Americans Will Have a Choice, Mob Rule or Rule of Law
On November the 6th, Americans will head to the polls and select their members of Congress.
Should they choose to vote for mob rule, or do they choose to vote for the rule of law? Do they choose to endorse threats, intimidation, and incitement, or do they choose to treat everybody, no matter how much you disagree with them, with dignity and respect?
I was very disappointed to hear the former Secretary of State, Mrs. Clinton say, ‘you cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for and what you care about.
This mindset, I think, is very disturbing and should be of concern to all of us who want to restore some civility and decorum and bipartisan cooperation.
Climbing statues, disobeying Capitol police, getting arrested, chasing senators and their spouses from restaurants, screaming at members in elevators, sending coat hangers to senators at their offices, and offering what amounts to as a bribe. That doesn't sound very civil to me.
Then you have former Attorney General Eric Holder.
He intentionally poured gasoline on the fire.
He said instead, ‘when they go low, we kick them.’ That's what the new Democratic Party is all about.
I believe former First Lady Michelle Obama rightfully condemned this ugly and shameful statement.
This election is more about than just the rhetoric. I think the voters also have a choice when it comes to looking at who is interested in solving the problems that confront our country. Who is willing to work on a bipartisan basis together with the Administration to make the country a better place, more prosperous place, a safer place.