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Sigh. Eleven years ago Donald Trump made some really crude comments about women, and apparently that's the worst thing to have ever happened in the history of the universe.
Or so the liberal media would have us believe.
These are, of course, the same guys who cheer for all manner of sin — fornication, homosexuality, cohabitation, divorce, abortion, drug use. They're the same media which pooh-poohed Bill Clinton's many transgressions, gave awards to Roman Polanski, Woody Allen, and Lena Dunham, snickered over the antics of one Carlos Danger, and conveniently forgot that Ted Kennedy left a woman to die.
But now they're arbiters of morality?
Gimme a break.
Donald Trump is not perfect.
Neither am I. Neither are you.
Should he have said those vile things? No. But he has unequivocally disavowed them, apologized for making them, and owned up to his struggle to be a better man.
I believe him when he says he's a changed man.
It's time to put this behind us and move on.
Because, on the flip side, here's what the media isn't telling you.
Hillary Clinton's Goldman Sachs speech transcripts are finally seeing the light of day. And they are, as the saying goes, Real News.
Discussing middle class economic anxieties, Clinton told a crowd at a Goldman Sachs-sponsored speech that she is now "kind of far removed because the life I've lived and the economic, you know, fortunes that my husband and I now enjoy."
At the Goldman Sachs Builders and Innovators Summit, Clinton responded to a question from chief executive Lloyd Blankfein, who quipped that you go to Washington" to "make a small fortune." Clinton agreed with the comment and complained about ethics rules that require officials to divest from certain assets before entering government. "There is such a bias against people who have led successful and/or complicated lives," Clinton said.
Gee, I thought people went to Washington to serve their country and their fellow Americans. Nope. Hillary's going there, again, to get rich. At our expense, of course, since she's "kind of far removed" from folks like us.
Then, in another speech, she really ramped up the hypocrisy:
"You just have to sort of figure out how to … balance the public and the private efforts that are necessary to be successful, politically, and that's not just a comment about today. Politics is like sausage being made. It is unsavory, and it always has been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be. But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position."
Got that? Hillary needs to keep her machinations secret. But not Trump's! Hillary needs both a "public" and a "private" position, so she can fool the rubes while assuaging her corporate benefactors. But not Trump! He's gotta be pure as the driven snow while she can be as dirty as sin so long as she ends up where she needs to be.
There's the Democrats' double standard — the ends justify the means.
Look, I get it. Politics ain't beanbag. But good grief, surely you can see that there is one media standard for Democrats and a totally different, and vastly more stringent standard being applied to Republicans.
So let's focus on the issues. And on the issues, Donald Trump beats Hillary Clinton like a rented mule.
Donald Trump will respect our Second Amendment rights. Hillary Clinton has pledged to stack the Supreme Court with rabid gun-grabbers.
Donald Trump will protect the unborn by re-authorizing the Hyde Amendment and working to overturn Roe v. Wade. Hillary Clinton praises Margaret Sanger while vowing to lavish federal funds on the charnal houses of Planned Parenthood.
Donald Trump will repeal Obamacare. Hillary Clinton helped craft Obamacare, insists it's "working" (nonwithstanding that her husband says otherwise), and would love to expand the government takeover of healthcare into a Single Payer system of socialized medicine.
Donald Trump will reaffirm America's place as the leader of the Free World and strengthen our military. Hillary Clinton is the architect of Obama's failed foreign policy. She presided over the disastrous dissolution of Libya, the debacle in Syria, the disengagement and surrender of Iraq to ISIS, and of course the farcical Iran nuclear deal, which virtually guarantees the mad mullahs will get The Bomb.
Donald Trump knows how to create jobs and get Americans working again. He'll renegotiate bad trade deals, cut onerous regulations, and grow our economy. Hillary Clinton plans to stay the course with Obama's ineffective economic policies of anemic growth and stifling government regulation wrapped up in bureaucratic central planning.
Donald Trump has pledged to cut taxes to put more money into our pockets. Hillary Clinton wants to raise taxes by trillions of dollars and continue to inflate the deficit to finance an unprecedented expansion of the cradle to grave nanny state. Donald Trumps wants Americans to be self-sufficient; Hillary Clinton wants Americans to be dependent on government largess.
I could go on. On issue after issue, from energy policy to education to religious liberty to free speech to border security Donald Trump and the Republican Party are on the side of freedom and liberty while Hillary Clinton and the Democrats are determined to undermine the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and American sovereignty.
Donald Trump will make America great again. Hillary Clinton will continue Barack Obama's legacy of failure. The choice is clear. Donald Trump must become the next president of the United States.
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