Saturday, October 1, 2016

Did Hillary Win the Election This Week?

Photo courtesy HFA
Let me go ahead and answer the headline question right away: No!

This election isn't over until the polls close on the evening of November 8th. Whatever the opposite of complacency is, we need to have it every day until then. Donald has pretty much promised us that the next five weeks are going to be the nastiest yet. And unless he chickens out (very possible) there are still two more prime-time opportunities for him to attempt to turn it around. Anything could happen.

That being said.

On the morning of November 9th, there's a very good chance that we'll look back and know that this was the week Donald blew it and Hillary secured the win. As soon as the debate ended, I didn't need to see any poll to know that she totally crushed him. But polls like this from Fox News, which is typical of what we saw all week, are really beautiful to behold:

It was one of the most lopsided debate wins in American history and kicked off a meltdown that is still ongoing...because Hillary set the perfect trap!

Who could have predicted when Hillary joined the race 18 months ago that sex tapes (real or imagined) would help decide who becomes the next president? It's really amazing when you stop to think about it.

We'll see how much further into the gutter Trump goes. But I have no doubt that our candidate will take the First Lady's advice to go high when he goes low.

Soon after that, Hillary will end up occupying the highest office in the land. Where Donald finally ends up will be of little concern.


  1. That's kind of cool that Fox actually has reputable polling. Maybe that will keep their viewers from being in so much denial if/when Hillary wins. I notice they do one thing one mildly dishonest thing in that area: if the poll has a 4-way and a 2-way, they only show the one in which T is doing better.

  2. Where Trump will end up: Right-Wing TV or Radio. And quite possibly bankrupt. I get the idea his whole has been one continuous Ponzi scheme, and it's finally getting ready to come down. But now he can say he was a victim of the establishment, media, etc. (He'll be OK. :) )