It certainly goes for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, neither of whom possess the requisite talent, vision, or charisma needed to destroy this country in a mere four years. Yet on Tuesday in Dade City, Florida, Hillary finally stated what many in her party (from the president to students to 96-year-old Roger Angell) have been saying for months: “I believe this may be the most important election of our lifetimes.” For her, yes. For the rest of us, not so much.
…If providence (or dumb luck) takes mercy on the Constitution, Washington’s gridlock — an organic reflection of the nation’s disposition –will remain the status quo. Actually, what am I talking about: that’s exactly what the Constitution was built to do in a divided nation. The situation will render the next president weaker than most, and somewhat contain his or her authoritarianism and poor judgement.
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