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"Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world" - Henry Kissinger

and yet...

"Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences" – Robert Louis Stevenson

God help America if these two are the best on offer

In response to an FT article by Ed Luce on 5th April 2015, entitled 'America's coming presidential game of thrones'

I do not believe for one second that these two posers are the best that a great nation has to offer. If they are the most qualified then what is being measured and how high is the bar?

Mrs Clinton apparently can't manage to get two email accounts on one phone, which, I suggest, makes her a total 'numpty' or an experienced liar who doesn't expect to be called on it. She is audacious though, and very good at destroying things that might morph into evidence...even President Nixon didn't wipe the tapes. Yes indeed, hubris has come a long way since the seventies. 

Jeb Bush, like the other two Bushes, is apparently another great decider. He oversaw 21 executions as Governor of Florida and never commuted a sentence. On the other hand he did intervene to prevent a husband allowing his wife to die a peaceful death after 15 years in a coma, on a feeding tube. If America wants a guy who knows who should live and who should die, then apparently 'he da man'.

On the other side of the coin, Wall Street and K Street will be delighted if these two get to the  final of 'USA's got talent'. So convenient to have two candidates who are supported by the same folks. It's a clear choice for the American people - you can have Wall Street, Welfare and Warfare or Wall Street, Warfare and Welfare.

'The land of the free and the home of the brave' can do better than this - maybe they can choose two candidates who understand what those two words mean.

The average voter is fed up - with being fed garbage

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