Does anyone remember the little chihuahua bobble head dogs that they used
to put in the back dashboard of Mexican low rider cars?
How about the a hillary version except when the brakes are applied the
hillary version would lie and her eyes wouldn't blink on...........

On Sep 16, 2016 6:16 AM, "MJ" <micha...@america.net> wrote:

>
> September 15, 2016
>
> *What Is Wrong With Hillary? *Chuck Baldwin
>
> What in the world is wrong with Hillary Clinton? Besides her criminal
> activities and her warmongering, socialist, gun-grabbing politics, I mean.
> She collapses; has fainting spells; refuses to do press conferences;
> bobbles her head back and forth like a plastic, well, bobblehead; goes into
> weird, wide-eyed, out-of-control facial contortions; has constant coughing
> fits; and is escorted by physicians everywhere she goes. What gives?
>
> After her blackout last Sunday, her campaign office said Hillary is
> suffering from pneumonia. The problem is that pneumonia does not come close
> to explaining all of the disturbing symptoms that the American people have
> been watching Hillary exhibit. And this is not to mention the fact that it
> is hard to imagine anyone in politics more unlikely to tell the truth than
> Hillary Clinton--except for maybe Bill Clinton, G.W. Bush, Barack Obama,
> John McCain, Al Gore, Lindsey Graham, Dick Cheney, Nancy Pelosi, Paul Ryan,
> Mitch McConnell, Newt Gingrich, Ted Cruz--oh well, skip that point.
>
> According to confirmed reports, here is what we know about Hillary’s
> health so far (this column being written before Hillary’s campaign released
> more of her health information on Wednesday, September 14):
>
> *Hillary Clinton suffered her first blood clot in 1998 while she was First
> Lady and experienced a second incident in 2009.
>
> *In 2012, she was given blood thinners for a venous thrombosis of her
> right transverse sinus, which drains blood from the brain. This occurred
> some two weeks after falling and suffering a concussion. (By her own
> admission, Hillary could not remember security briefings, etc., regarding
> her email leaks. She attributed this memory loss to her concussion.) Her
> venous thrombosis was found on a CT brain scan. Typical symptoms of a
> venous thrombosis of the transverse sinus include headaches, strokes, and
> seizures. (Several reports have noted Hilary has suffered from blinding
> headaches for years, which tends to explain her often wearing dark glasses.)
>
> *She has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
>
> *She broke her elbow from a fall.
>
> *She collapsed when she left a 9/11 ceremony this past Sunday. Her office
> said she has pneumonia.
>
> A diagnosis of venous thrombosis of her right transverse sinus might help
> explain the blackouts, severe head-bobbling, wild-eyed facial contortions,
> coughing spells, etc. On the other hand, if she has completely recovered
> from the 2012 diagnosis (about 57% of such patients do), her current
> symptoms stem from something else altogether.
>
> I’ve heard some physicians speculate that Hillary might also be suffering
> from Parkinson’s Disease. Medications prescribed for Parkinson’s Disease
> could also cause some of the symptoms we are seeing with Hillary.
>
> The BIG question is: Are Hillary’s health problems serious enough to
> disqualify her from being President of the United States?
>
> And I suppose the next biggest question is: If her health problems ARE
> serious enough to disqualify her from holding the office of President,
> would anyone bother to tell the American people?
>
> For all intents and purposes, the mainstream media has been running
> Hillary’s presidential campaign from Day One. They have been talking for
> her, apologizing for her, promoting her, downplaying her physical
> liabilities--even covering up those liabilities. Mainstream journalists,
> news anchors, reporters, etc., are more than Clinton lackeys; they function
> as her campaign team. So, unless Hillary’s health deteriorates to the point
> that it absolutely cannot be disguised any longer, the media will NEVER
> reveal just how sick Hillary might be.
>
> Obviously, the DNC and Democratic leadership in Washington, D.C., will
> never tell the American people the truth about Clinton’s health--unless,
> again, it becomes impossible to hide it any longer. So, unless her
> condition worsens to the point that she loses motor skills, verbal skills,
> or cannot stand upright, Hillary Clinton will be portrayed as being in
> “perfect health.”
>
> But obviously something seems VERY WRONG with Hillary Clinton. And the
> American people are starting to notice.
>
> Hillary’s poll numbers have plummeted from having a double-digit lead to
> now actually trailing Donald Trump. And the Clinton campaign knows that
> whichever candidate has the most momentum going into the election will win.
> And right now, Trump has ALL of the momentum.
>
> It is no hyperbole to say that the DNC is worried. And for good reason.
> They have a candidate that is soiled from so many scandals it would be
> impossible to even name them all. She is disliked--even by people who plan
> to vote for her. Special interest groups favorable to the Democrat Party,
> such as radical feminists, are also down on Hillary, rightly blaming her
> for facilitating her husband Bill’s flagrant and perpetual abuse of women.
> She is speaking to crowds so small they could fit into a phone
> booth--remember those?
>
> The only people who are publicly promoting Hillary right now are Party
> partisans, the sycophantic mainstream media, and the deviant-oriented
> Hollywood and entertainment crowds. Add a coughing, head-bobbling,
> stumbling, fainting, wild-eyed, face-contorting cartoon character to the
> mix, and Democrats have a VERY GOOD REASON to be worried.
>
> I guess the next big question, then, is: What are they going to do about
> it? The options seem pretty simple:
>
> 1) They continue to do what they’ve been doing and keep Hillary out of the
> public eye as much as possible and let the media keep campaigning for her.
>
> The problem with that strategy is the American people now notice Hillary’s
> health issues. The more the campaign tries to keep Hillary isolated and
> insulated, the more the American people will suspect that Hillary’s health
> is too problematic for her to be elected, and her poll numbers will plummet
> even further. But if Hillary’s health is as bad as some are suggesting, it
> will be impossible for her to function normally in the super-stress
> environment of a presidential campaign.
>
> Then there are the presidential debates looming on the horizon. The
> campaign will not be able to shield Hillary from those appearances. And she
> will have no one standing next to her if she starts to fall down--and no
> doctor right beside her with a syringe in his hand containing whatever drug
> he’s using to quickly poke into her body in order to keep her lucid.
>
> If Hillary’s health is truly not a serious issue, she should be able to
> continue her campaign normally. She will speak at all the rallies, hold
> press conferences, deal with the flashing lights from photographers, remain
> steady in the face of protesters and agitators, work with little sleep,
> take tough questions, etc.
>
> But if Hillary’s health truly IS a serious issue, then the campaign will
> be forced to continue the current plan: keep Hillary out of the public eye
> as much as possible (except in VERY controlled environments) or risk
> letting Hillary try to fake her way through her illness (whatever it really
> is) and hope she doesn’t come apart.
>
> Or, the other option would be:
>
> 2) They pull the plug and replace Hillary Clinton as the Democrat Party’s
> candidate for President.
>
> If they choose this option, they must do so rather quickly. A couple more
> weeks or so, and it will be too late. And if they do choose this option,
> the question becomes: Who would they pick to replace Hillary?
>
> Conventional wisdom would say that the mantle automatically falls to Tim
> Kaine. After all, he is the Party’s current nominee for Vice President. But
> that’s taking quite a risk.
>
> Kaine is a liberal’s liberal. He is probably further to the left than
> Hillary (if that’s possible). Furthermore, he is a committed globalist, a
> total lackey for people like George Soros. A sizeable percentage of the
> Bernie Sanders supporters are already determined to not vote for Hillary
> due to her overt cronyism with the globalist and corporate elite. And these
> people would recognize Kaine to be even deeper in the globalists’ pockets
> than Clinton. Kaine would be a fresh face to the general population, but
> his political appeal is only to the extreme left. Hillary’s choice of Kaine
> was similar to John McCain’s choice of Sarah Palin. Both Clinton and McCain
> chose a VP to try to bolster their respective bases. But to try to sell
> Kaine to the general public is quite a gamble.
>
> Then there is Joe Biden.
>
> Many months ago, I predicted that the Democrats would dump Hillary for
> Biden. But, of course, my predictions don’t always materialize. However,
> this one might.
>
> Don’t let Joe Biden fool you. He comes across as a kind of country
> bumpkin, but that is just a front. He is one of the smartest politicians in
> Washington. He has the charm and charisma of a Bill Clinton, the wit and
> humor of a Ronald Reagan, and the intelligence of a John Kennedy--ok, that
> might be going too far. But if you think Joe Biden would not square off
> formidably against Donald Trump, you are very mistaken. And from a strictly
> entertainment point of view, a Trump/Biden debate would be a hoot.
>
> In my opinion, if the Democrats were smart, they would dump Hillary soon
> and pick Biden. As the sitting Vice President, he should easily be able to
> solidify the Party--including the Sanders people--and his disarming,
> whimsical manner would be a quick sell to a mostly distracted and shallow
> American public.
>
> But make no mistake about it: should the Democrat candidate--be it Hillary
> Clinton, Tim Kaine, or Joe Biden--be elected President, it will be little
> more than Barack Obama’s third term. Then again, Barack Obama’s terms were
> little more than G.W. Bush’s, and Bush’s terms were little more than Bill
> Clinton’s, and Clinton’s terms were little more than G.H.W.
> Bush’s--especially in matters pertaining to foreign policy. Each of these
> presidents was a toady for the globalist elite. Nothing more!
>
> Right now, however, something seems mighty wrong with Hillary’s health.
> But the Trump campaign should be hoping that the Democrats stick with her,
> because I think whatever is wrong with Hillary will continue to negatively
> impact her campaign, and all that does is help Donald Trump win the
> election.
>
> What a Donald Trump victory would bring to the table is the subject for
> another column. In the meantime, what in the world is wrong with Hillary?
> Even if nobody honestly tells us, the remaining weeks of this presidential
> campaign will tell us all we need to know.
>
> P.S. The great philosopher John Locke is regarded as “The Father Of
> America’s Founding Fathers.” All of our country’s founders were fully
> educated in the principles of Natural Law. It was upon the principles of
> Natural Law that our entire form of government in America was founded and
> framed. Locke’s “Second Treatise of Government” is, in my estimation, the
> most succinct and precise explanation of Natural Law ever written. Thomas
> Jefferson borrowed heavily from Locke’s “Second Treatise” when he wrote our
> Declaration of Independence.
>
> Locke’s “Second Treatise of Government” is just one of the many great
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