Saturday, October 1, 2016

Obligatory, 10.1.16

Another media blitz against Trump is ongoing.  If everybody just follows what Big Brother wants you to think, then the "obvious" choice is to vote for Hillary.

Not me.

Incidentally, because of my move, I may not get registered in time.  I might not get to vote.  But a lot of people will vote who shouldn't be voting.

Welcome to the modern age.  Up is down, and down is up.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Home again, home again

Jiggedy jig.

Yep.  Off the road and back at the domicile.  Home sweet home.

The experiment was a success.  Money is now coming in, but it could be better.  Need to work on it.

Now I've got to catch up on the news.

On the road

Working and making some money to pay bills.

It is an experiment.  Some of this is working out, some isn't.  This computer discharges even though it is off.  What kind of garbage is that?  It should retain its charge.  Come to think of it, sometimes it does.  Not sure why it discharged this time.  It was definitely off.

Anyway, have to keep it short.  I'm running on a nearly dead battery.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

If you didn't know, now know this: the media is the enemy.

Seems like a lot of places in the media had Hillary winning the debate.  But what else could the Donald do?  He touched on all of the important points.  People seemed upset because he missed a few opportunities, or so I hear.  Nobody is going to be perfect.  If people don't know certain things by now, like the one that Hillary is less than honest, to say the least, then it doesn't really matter, now does it?

I go by what I think, NOT what the media thinks.  The media is a mob---  unthinking and stupid.  The mob has numbers on its side.  But mobs can be beaten by intelligence and guts.

He did all right.  Don't worry.  If superhuman efforts are required, then you are going to be disappointed.  If people can be persuaded by such a person as Hillary, then there isn't much chance that any argument, no matter how well presented, will make any difference. 

If it doesn't make any difference, and she wins, then I will feel content that I did my best.  Certain things are out of my hands, and any mortal's hands.  You never know what people may do. 

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Impressions of the debate

As of this writing, which is before noon, I hadn't read anything about the debate last night.  This is my impressions without the filter of other opinions.

Number one, the moderator tried to ask tough questions of Trump in order to make him look bad.  All in all, I think Trump handled it well.  However, it made Hillary look a lot better than she deserved.  Trump would have had to be perfect in order to overcome it all and look even close to looking good.  He had to overcome that and he did reasonably well with it, in my opinion.

Number two, Hillary managed to keep her feet for the entire debate, as far as I can tell.  This has to be a win for her given her recent news.

Number three, she tried to make Trump look bad, but failed.

Bottom line:  Trump survives, but gains nothing much from this debate.  He didn't lose much either.

Monday, September 26, 2016

On eve of debate

Probably won't be watching it because there's no TV around here.

Many people decide how to vote based on these debates.

Generally, I don't put much stock into them, anyway.  By the time the debates get going, I have already made up my mind.

Okay, some general notes then on this campaign.

  • There's a tendency to think collectively as opposed to individually.  If someone calls you a racist, the answer is: I never hurt anybody.  To that, someone may try to lump you with all other of your type.  If white, and who calls non-whites racist? -- they'll try to lump you with the KKK or something like that.  Whatever some non-white person's grievance is, it isn't my fault.
  • Likewise, the alleged insults.  If you say something against an individual, it doesn't implicate the whole group of like individuals.  So, if Trump insults Rosie O'Donnell, it is only Rosie, not all women.  If he criticizes a Latino judge, it isn't against all Latinos, and so forth.
  • Will Hillary get some help from the "moderator"?  Calling Candy Crowley.
  • Reagan asked if you ( meaning an individual ) felt any better off than you did four years ago.  He didn't ask if everybody felt better off.  How can a question to a collective be answered, anyway?  No, stick with the Gipper example.
Frankly, I'd rather watch Football.  But the NFL is getting ruined by all of these high priced and spoiled athletes who claim "oppression" even though they are millionaires.

Maybe this debate will make a difference.  In that case, the go Trump!

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Limbaugh: Wilder Effect similar to Trump Effect

Lots of people don't want to admit to voting for Trump.

The SJW's will get them for that, so the word is mum.

It shouldn't be close, but that's what the polls say.  Maybe the polls are wrong.  But could that be wishful thinking?