I just read a very passionate defense of Hillary Clinton and her presidential run, and it was quite persuasive.
I must admit , though, that I am not a huge fan of Hillary or her husband. I still can't get over some of the things that went down in 2008 when she ran against president Obama.
Still, given the choices we are faced with, ---e-mails or no e-mails---this shouldn't even be a close call.
Consider the following:
"Donald Trump's hiring of pollster Tony Fabrizio in May was viewed as a sign that the real estate mogul was finally bringing seasoned operatives into his insurgent operation.
But the Republican presidential nominee appears to have taken issue with some of the services provided by the veteran GOP strategist, who has advised candidates from 1996 GOP nominee Bob Dole to Florida Gov. Rick Scott. The Trump campaign's latest Federal Election Commission report shows that it is disputing nearly $767,000 that Fabrizio's firm says it is still owed for polling.
Trump campaign officials declined to provide details about the reason the campaign has declined to pay the sum to Fabrizio Lee, the pollster's Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based firm. “This is an administrative issue that we're resolving internally,” said senior communications adviser Jason Miller. Fabrizio did not immediately respond to requests for comment." [Source]
Translated: We are stiffing yet another vendor out of their money.
Then there are the latest incidents about trump: His computer server communicating directly to Russia; him throwing a black man --who drove 100 miles to see him ---out of his campaign and calling him a "thug"; refusing to release his tax returns; encouraging his supporters to vote twice; oh, and in very Hillary like fashion, destroyed e-mails and other evidence in court cases. (No doubt one of the instances when he sued to get out of having to pay someone he owed money.)
I could go on, but I think everyone gets the point.
*Pic from cnn.com