In his latest New York Times op-ed entitled "The Banality of Change," David Brooks tells of his encounter with a handyman from Iowa who is voting for Trump:
"Trump speaks to this man’s situation and makes him feel heard. But when you think practically about which candidate could improve his life, it’s clear that Clinton is the bigger change agent."
Road apples! In case you were wondering, David, the FBI already knows what is in Weiner's computer, and it isn't pretty. There is a good reason why Huma Abedin is no longer travelling with Hillary: Huma, Hillary's second daughter, is about to be disowned.
Or stated otherwise, if Hillary is elected, she is going to be under criminal investigation from day one. Change? During the relatively short period that she will remain in office, she will not be able to effect it.
"Many of us disagree strongly with many Clinton policies. But any sensible person can distinguish between an effective operating officer and a whirling disaster who is only about himself."
Hillary isn't only about herself, too? In fact, if she cared an iota about the welfare of the United States, she would not be running for president.