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13754438_1230043743693720_685955440070583444_nCOMMON SENSE: This campaign cycle, both parties had insurgency candidates—the Democrats an Independent and the Republicans a non-politician. The difference is the Republicans chose an outsider, while the Democrats doubled down on their establishment candidate. This means America has a real choice this year—not a nuance of difference, like most elections, but a real choice.
 
Because Hillary Clinton cannot run on her accomplishments, which are negligible, despite being a public figure since the Watergate hearings—where she was fired for being unethical—she has to paint Trump, the insurgency Republican, as temperamentally unfit to serve. Despite the fact that she has anger issues, Hillary will spend $2 billion in ads attacking Trump, while never pointing out what she has actually done, other than become filthy rich through corruption and influence peddling.
 
Aiding her efforts, the media will do everything it can to make Trump look like a fool. In Trump’s favor is the social media—people like you and me. Because our goals are not self-serving, our influence is disproportionately greater than slick ads aimed at painting a deceptive picture.
 
If we stand strong and remain firm, we will restore our nation and end the corruption that threatens to destroy us. We are that strong; I promise we are. There are 99 days left before the election, use them wisely.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Why would Hillary Clinton make the Democratic National Convention be about positioning her as the reincarnation of June Cleaver—Beaver’s mom? Scripting everybody to fall into line with the theme that Hillary is a wonderful—albeit a misunderstood woman—speaker after speaker extolled her as a virtuous lady, someone who is warm, compassionate and giving. It was a great production. Unfortunately, it has nothing to do with reality.
The reason she chose this approach is because it’s her default position on everything. When she is cornered, she lies. It’s not just what she does; it’s who she is. So, it’s not surprising that she would use the DNC to create an illusion of who she thinks the American people want her to be. In fact, it’s predictable. The last thing she wants is for you to know what she is really like.
Donald trump complains that she hasn’t given a news conference in nearly nine months, but I think that, by not doing so, this is the most honest thing she has done. Since she will not give straightforward answers to direct questions—not without lying—why bother to go through the motions, knowing that it is a charade?
Because she will get much further by promoting the illusion of who she is, rather than letting us have a candid look at her, the Queen of Corruption will continue to extol her virtues—none of which square up with reality. It’s her only option—her default position on everything. So, if you can stomach four more years of deceit, she’s your gal.
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Tonight, as the Democratic National Convention closes, you will be subjected to world-class sophistry. Hillary will present herself as a calm, safe, trustworthy, and honest Presidential candidate—a woman you should choose to be our leader. Each word she speaks will have been carefully tested for effectiveness. Each phrase she uses will has been scrutinized by focus groups to maximize its impact.
 
This is how Hillary plans to counter her high negative numbers on trust and honesty. She has chosen verbal seduction, rather than what is really needed, which is straightforwardness.
 
The worst part is there will be millions who embrace her falseness as truth and her cunning as caring.
 
—Jack Watts

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12647126_929269360475183_8664983865575063534_nCOMMON SENSE: If Donald trump suggested that Russia get involved in disclosing Hillary’s 30,000 missing emails a month ago, even in jest, I might have been as enraged as the Left-Wing Media. But that was before I knew the FBI and Department of Justice could be compromised. That was before I knew the “Fix” was in for Hillary, and she would not be indicted, regardless of how egregious her behavior has been.
 
Until I witnessed Hillary walk, when she should have been indicted, I was still foolish enough to believe in the Rule of Law. I also believed nobody was above the law, but that’s not true either.
 
I no longer believe either of these things because they are no longer true.
 
So, if Russia has the missing 30,000 emails, I hope they post them on Wikileaks—I really do. I love our nation, but I am appalled by the depth of corruption in the Obama administration. I’m equally offended by Hillary, her foundation, and establishment Republicans who willingly look the other way. I want them exposed—all of them, particularly the Queen of Corruption.
 
Hillary loves the darkness, rather than the light, because her deeds are Evil. If it takes Russia to expose her, then let it be. I want the truth—no matter what.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Dirty Debbie is out. She got fired for being unethical, which certainly shouldn’t surprise anybody, especially Bernie supporters. She even tried to use his Jewish heritage against him—a definite No-No for Democrats. But don’t worry about Dirty Debbie. She has landed on her feet, thanks to the benevolence of Hillary Clinton.
 
Clinton says that Wasserman Schultz will serve as honorary chair of her campaign’s 50-state program to help elect Democrats around the country. So, Dirty Debbie has a new job—actually a key appointment in the Clinton campaign.
 
But why would Hillary hire Dirty Debbie, especially now, when the full impact of her duplicity is yet to be unraveled? Doesn’t that seem risky for Hillary?
 
Of course, it does, but Hillary probably had to do it. After all, the ueen of Corruption doesn’t want Dirty Debbie to give a “Tell All” press conference, does she? Once again, someone is being thrown under the bus to protect Hillary. Unbelievable!
 
—Jack Watts

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thCOMMON SENSE: Although I have consistently written about the political corruption in the Capitol, I’m even surprised by how deep it goes. Not only has Hillary skated on her email server scandal—thanks to the FBI and DOJ—but now we learn about how the DNC has rigged the system to ensure she received the nomination. Adding insult to injury, many of the GOP’s most notable leaders actually favor Hillary over their own party’s nominee.
 
Trump is right. The system is rigged. There is only one thing that stands in the way of Evil’s complete triumph—you, the American voter. Will you sustain this massive assault against our core values, or will you rise up collectively, in righteous indignation, and say, “No!”
 
Will we coronate the Queen of Corruption, or will we put an end to her deceit and influence peddling? Will we sit by passively, as the values of our Founding Fathers are swept aside in favor of Progressive Socialism, or will we repudiate this Tsunami of Evil? Will we justify corruption, saying it’s always present, or will we insist that the Rule of Law make everybody accountable, as our founders envisioned?
 
The answers are yet to be determined, but we will soon know—that is, if the voting machines have not already been rigged.
 
—Jack Watts

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imgresCOMMON SENSE: Bitterness is hardened anger. Nobody wants to be bitter, but it’s inevitable, when you succumb to self-righteously embrace your wounds—when you justify them as being right—rather than turn them over to God. If you place them in God’s hands, over time, you can become a forgiving person. If you can muster the courage to do that, you will become a person of value, a person who demonstrates the positive fruits of the Spirit of God.
 
Unfortunately, few choose to forgive. Because they do not own enough of their own souls, people like this chafe instead. They continue to justify their woundedness rather than abandon it. By embracing their acrimony, they think they are hurting the other person, but they are only hurting themselves. Unwittingly, they allow emotional poison to become self-consuming, destroying their future.
 
Ted Cruz demonstrated this error for us last night. Does he have justification to be bitter? Of course, he does, but his actions only hurt him—not Donald Trump. I hate that this has happened, but it has. Like all of Life’s lessons, I hope Cruz learns from it, but I doubt he will. Instead, like millions of others, he will choose to justify his actions, which are so unlike the Lord, Cruz talks about serving.
 
—Jack Watts

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