Every time Trump says that “nobody” has more respect for women than he does I can’t help but agree with him. He is right. The Greek hero, Odysseus, also known as Nobody to the cyclopes Polyphemus, who traveled through dangerous waters and struggled for ten years to return to his wife does indeed have more respect for woman than Trump does.

how could one ever choose between them?

Hillary Clinton: is currently under investigation for using a private email server

Donald Trump: called Mexicans rapists, tried to claim Obama was born in Kenya, claimed that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama created ISIS, proposed a ban on an entire religion from entering the US, was accused by 12 women of committing sexual assault, asked ‘second amendment folks’ to take care of his opponent, mocked a disabled reporter, praised Putin and other totalitarian leaders, bragged about walking backstage at beauty contests to watch the contestants get changed, bragged about not paying income tax, didn’t pay income tax for 18 years, said he might not accept the results of the election if he loses, lost a billion dollars in one year, claims the polls are rigged when he’s losing, refuses to release his tax returns, used money from his fake foundation to buy a 6 foot painting of himself, lied about funding his own campaign, said he could shoot someone on 5th avenue and wouldn’t lose any supporters, said John McCain wasn’t a war hero because he was captured, cheated on his wives, bragged about grabbing women by the p***y, said some of the women accusing him of sexual assault weren’t attractive enough for him to commit sexual assault, questioned whether an Indiana born judge could do his job fairly because his parents were of Mexican descent, wants to throw his opponent in jail, claims Hillary wants to introduce 600-650 million immigrants into the country in a week when the current population is only 320 million, is awaiting a trail for fraud in November, created a fake university to scam people, called global warming a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese, wants to make Mexico build and pay for a wall they don’t want, encouraged violence at his rallies, declared bankruptcy 6 times, kicked a black supporter out of his rally because he assumed he was a protestor, supported the invasion of Iraq, would not say whether he treats women with respect, wants to give nuclear weapons to more countries, mocked a disabled reporter, wants to implement “stop and frisk”, humiliated the parents of a fallen solider, said women should be punished for having abortions, referred to his opponent as a nasty woman, encouraged his supporters to vote on November 28th, illegally solicited contributions for his ‘foundation’, said on multiple occasions that it is important to be “unpredictable” with nuclear weapons, tweeted at 3am telling people to check out a sex tape, is threatening to sue the women accusing him of sexual assault, has referred to multiple women as slobs, pigs and dogs, publicly ranks women from 1-10 based on looks, had a twitter war with Cher, is endorsed by the KKK, wants to become best friends with Putin, had a lawsuit filed against him for raping a 13 year old girl but most importantly:  has blatantly denied most, if not all of these things

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Former US Attorney General Eric Holder shuts down Trump for threatening to jail Clinton

In a rare series of tweets, former United States Attorney General Eric Holder slammed Donald Trump for threatening to abuse presidential power to order the AG and jail Hillary Clinton. In a follow up tweet, Holder expressed two other critical reasons why he believes people must vote for Hillary.

I remember a moment during the 2012 Presidential Debates when Mitt Romney accidentally referred to the Affordable Care Act as “Obamacare,” and then quickly apologized to the President and said he wasn’t using the word “Obamacare” disrespectfully, and Obama just waved him off and said he didn’t mind.

…..Do you guys remember when that counted as debate drama?

……Do you guys remember when the worst we had to worry about was Mitt Romney?

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3 big takeaways from Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz’s CNN debate

  • Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders held no punches about just what the looming prospect of an ACA repeal meant for the country.
  •  While Cruz insisted Republicans would provide better access to health care at a lower price point than the ACA, Sanders fairly pointed out the party still has little idea how to do that and risks stripping insurance from tens of millions who did not have it before the law went into effect. Read mo