Hillary's last ditch effort - the final speech

Hillary's last ditch effort - the final speech
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<p>Hillary’s last ditch effort</p>

Hillary’s last ditch effort

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“My priority is to reach out to my fellow Americans who had it good until the disaster from wars brought misery to them; the white Americans. We are going to find ways and means for them to recover from the difficult times they have endured while others Americans have prospered. “

The author of the following speech believes that Hillary Clinton needs to deliver this message in one fashion or the other on Monday, November 7, 2016.

My Fellow Americans, today is one of the most important days in American History. In the next 24 hours you will have the time to think through and decide which one of the two presidential candidates will shape the future of America. A huge responsibility rests on your shoulders and I am pleased to call on you to consider your choices.

You have two stark choices in front of you; one makes the decisions from the seat of his pants. He does not listen to any one, does not have the support of a single former President nor does he have the advisement of the sane voices. He can bankrupt the nation and walk away with no consequences, but you may be the one who gets stiffed. Your job and your life is an experiment to him, and the safety of our nation will be subjected to his whims. If you are a woman and do not measure up to his sense of beauty, you can forget about playing a role in his administration, even if you are a Republican. If you have a disabled family member, he sure will be mocked and the White House may become a locker room where raw language will become the norm.

The other choice is my candidacy, and I am asking each one of you to consider the following reasons to elect me.

I have always respected the vision of our founding fathers and the checks and balances they have created to ensure America remains a great nation, and thank God for the solid, stable government it has provided for the last 240 years. Listening to sane voices has earned me support from both the Republicans and Democrats, it is important that we work together and not go it alone, ours is not a dictatorship, ours is a Republic and we respect consensus and the choice Americans will make on November 8th.

Deep down, each one of us aspires to have a decent job and is fully committed to take care of our families, live a healthy life and retire peacefully. We want to get along with others, live our lives and let others live theirs. We are the happiest when we have the least conflicts with fellow beings. We are Americans and want our nation to be safe and secure and continue to be a beacon of hope to the world.

My priority is to reach out to my fellow Americans who had it good until the disaster from wars brought misery to them; the white Americans. We are going to find ways and means for them to recover from the difficult times they have endured while others Americans have prospered.

Believe me, the Black Americans, Jewish Americans, Muslim Americans, immigrant Americans, and all other Americans want each one of us to prosper, particularly the disaffected White Americans. Our prosperity hinges on the prosperity of people around us and prosperity of nations around us. None of us will succeed if some of us are left behind.

I am committed to restoring justice to my fellow Americans who lost their jobs in manufacturing, to fellow Americans who live on farms, to fellow Americans who do not have an education or technical skills, to men and women who are plumbers, electricians, repairmen, drivers, janitors and small business owners, and taking care of them is a priority of my administration. We will restore our glory days, and in the end, no American will be left out.

We are the pioneers, we discovered oil, produced automobiles, created mobility and we are still the lead manufacturer of planes, and dominate in the production of defense equipment creating jobs for millions of Americans. Now we will create another wave of innovation in energy industry, medicine, science and information technology to bring the glorious days back to Americans. No American will be left behind.

We will build strong relationships with other nations, particularly the 56 Muslim nations, whose purchase of our aviation and defense products sustains 1 out of 5 combined American jobs, hurting them will hurt us. We want to create more jobs by building stronger relationships, and we will maintain our technological advantage and continue to prosper.

Together, as Native Americans, Americans for generations, naturalized Americans and immigrant Americans, we want a safe and secure nation for each one of us to thrive. What is good for us has got to be good for fellow Americans to sustain it. We will live our lives and let others live theirs.

There is no country like ours. Indeed, we are God's own country and our Republic is the model for the world to emulate. We are blessed with everything God has created; the seasons, mountains, deserts, rivers, and snow on the one hand, and on the other, we are represented by every race, nationality, ethnicity, language, culture and religion. We see God as one, none and many and in every form; male, female, genderless and non-existent, being and non-being, nameless and with innumerable names. Where else do we find such freedom? There is no country like ours.

If we can learn to respect the otherness of others and accept the God-given uniqueness of each one of us, then conflicts fade and solutions emerge. I believe knowledge leads to understanding and understanding to appreciation of a different point of view, and different way of expressing things. This attitude of inclusion will mitigate if not remove the conflicts among us and nurtures goodwill and respect for each other. Indeed, we are one nation under God and we are committed to liberty and Justice for all.

America is one of the greatest nations on the earth, and I am committed to preserve it. I request you to vote for me on the 8th, and you can count on a stable, safe and prosperous America.

God bless America!

Mike Ghouse is a community consultant committed to build a cohesive America and offers pluralistic solutions on issues of the day. He is an independent voter, and not bound to any candidate. His loyalty is to America and not any political party. His choice is safety of America at least for another four years without messing it up – and he voted Hillary and asks you consider doing the same.

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