‘Kaine is not able’

Published 3:03 pm Thursday, October 6, 2016


During the Vice Presidential Debate, Tim Kaine kept hammering on how Trump has insulted certain segments of society.  Trump never said, “All Mexicans were rapists and murders.” Trump never condemned the entire race of people. No matter who Trump did target for ridicule, if a trophy and award went out to the person who leveled the most indiscriminate sweeping insult to every race, creed, sex, and color across America, it would have to go to Hillary … hands down.

Lest we all forget, Trump may have insulted thousands, but Hillary insulted millions by saying half of all Trump supporters are an irredeemable basket of “deplorables.” Aside from Hillary wishing to continue Obama’s disastrous economic policies that doubled our national debt in just eight years and slating a plan to raise that debt further along with higher taxes, her disdain toward millions of Americans will (also) continue Obama’s divisive policies that have set race relations back 50 years in America.

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To quote the Bible verse Kaine leveled at Pence, “Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.” Indeed, that sword cuts both ways, Sen. Kaine. Hillary spoke, deriding tens of millions of Americans all at once.

Another verse applies here, “The tree is known by its fruit,” and the Clintons have been producing a bitter crop for three decades in American politics. Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. America needs a serious overhaul and “Kaine is not able.”


Karl Schmidt