A bellyful of cold diarrhea after a night of cold fish tacos served out the back door of a Las Vegas whorehouse is more appetizing than either 2016 presidential candidate.
The office of the Presidency of the United States of America has always been, and will most likely continue to be, a reflection of what this great nation wants its leader to be in 2016.
Consider that in 2008, the United States was reeling from the presidency of George W. Bush. A man with both a feigned southern drawl and “down home” naiveté, that had set the USA on a course with disaster. At the end of his Presidency, the pendulum had swung in favor of a man that spoke with academic diction and legitimately stunning academic accolades.
Enter Barack Hussein Obama, a president that I actively helped to win his election by advocating for him as a delegate.
In the years that followed, as far as presidents go, President Obama was better than average and he came in as the embodiment of what “Representation Matters” means , underserved and ignored people need role models. He wasn’t a better president because he is Black, he simply proved that any American of any stripe should be able to manipulate the broken American system with equal opportunity. I’m OK with that.
The pendulum will never rest.
The 2016 presidential election is upon us. America has whittled away all of the lesser contenders. Between Hillary R. Clinton and Donald J. Trump, we are left to choose between the lesser of the two great evils that are the distilled, refined products of all of the worst qualities that our government and private sector businesses has to offer.
If I am to choose the lesser of two evils, I will choose the evil that brings about the most change and chaos, even if that is the greater of the two evils.
Why not Hillary?
Hillary Clinton, if elected, will maintain the status-quo. As a product and beneficiary of the American political machine, she was bred to maintain it at all cost. Her entire career has been a cacophony of pernicious foreplay that, if left unchecked, will consummate in her
coronation election as president of the United States of America. She will be a four to six-year tourniquet that will staunch the bleeding of lives well enough for the USA to shamble along, but not nearly well enough to fully heal.
That’s why I am voting for Trump, the cauterizer!
Unless I am given new information on either candidate, I am voting Trump. Donald Trump has openly and consistently demonstrated that his racism, lack of decency, and abject amorality will be used to eviscerate anyone who opposes him, in any political organization. He even makes enemies in his own Republican party. Holding them hostage to, and with, a set of circumstances they brought into existence by encouraging hateful discourse against President Obama. He bypassed the Republican party elite and used a grassroots campaign similar to the one that President Barack Hussein Obama used. He connected directly to “the people”, so to speak.
Donald Trump is the fetid reflection of America that will step through the looking glass to sodomize Lady Liberty with sadistic glee, and reckless abandon.
I want to watch it happen, in high definition, full color, surround sound.
While I am not sure Trump is quite the fool he plays to be, I am nearly certain that he does not have the political acumen and wherewithal to be a competent President.
I believe that he will bring America to a tipping point and force us to make clear and stark decisions about our outdated two-party system, third-party candidates, and the electoral system.
In order for the mold that was used to produce our current crop of leaders to be shattered completely, it will take a great calamity and catastrophic, systematic risk.
Donald Trump is that fiasco.
He is easily one of the most ruthless, selfish, unpredictable potential Presidents our country has ever produced. If allowed to helm the ship of America, he will most certainly crash it into the rocks.
I want to hasten this process and bring about the ensuing chaos so that I can be a part of the semi-strategic reshuffling of the proverbial deck.
Why invite disaster?
The United States is coming towards the end of a very short arc. Fortunately, that arc has found a way to bend towards justice! We have people of all colors and religions becoming allies and choosing to take not a single step backwards in an effort to take their well-deserved slice of the American pie, we have mounting evidence exposing the systematic corruption and abuse rampant in Law Enforcement, and we have a Trump vs. Clinton war that has exposed the weaknesses that need to be repaired in our election system.
“I do not pretend to understand the moral universe; the arc is a long one, my eye reaches but little ways; I cannot calculate the curve and complete the figure by the experience of sight; I can divine it by conscience. And from what I see I am sure it bends towards justice.”
-Theodore Parker (August 24, 1810 – May 10, 1860)
Hillary Clinton will slow down the process and return us to a low, complacent hum.
Donald Trump will accelerate the process of forcing America to re-set itself with a greater sense of growth and honesty after a screaming symphony of blood, metal, and political missteps that his presidency will bring about.
I want to hasten this inevitable process on as close to my own terms as will most likely ever be possible in my life.
The rate at which Native/First People are still trying to avoid becoming totally extinct as a result of a generations-long genocide campaign brought against them; Black and Brown people still being
Black and Brown people still being murdered indiscriminately;
A rainbow of poor people and innocent children being poisoned.
Things may not get better before they get worse for many Americans. By helping to usher in Donald Trump, the pain may become greater for all Americans equally, not just the marginalized ones. We may, as a nation, all be on the same side for once!
The only thing better than never letting a crisis go to waste is being able to usher in the inexorable crisis on my own terms!
With Malice Aforethought,
YusefWateef (at) Gmail.com