The Hill writes … Could a President Clinton heal a divided nation?
The answer, NO!!!! Note to Te Hill, what makes you think she wants to? One does not get to be one of the most polarizing figures, coupled with being a compulsive liar and corrupt individual that sooner belongs in jail than running for president and think that they could ever heal a divided nation. The idea that Hillary could heal anything is a joke. Establishment Republicans and RINO’s may go along with her, but they are just as much of the problem as Hillary is. If Hillary Clinton wins in 2016, look for a further divided United States as she pushes for more liberal policies and attacks the 2nd Amendment. It is getting to critical mass in the US and a split would not be out of the question.
What Difference does It Make that I further divide America?
If she wins the White House, Hillary Clinton will face the daunting task of healing the national divisions exposed by a vicious campaign season.
Whether Clinton could knit the nation back together is an open question. Her supporters say she will do what she can, but that the GOP will have to play its part. Opponents argue that she is uniquely ill equipped for the task.
The Democratic nominee and former secretary of State has been a polarizing figure for decades. She is the most unpopular nominee of modern times, with the sole exception of her Republican counterpart, Donald Trump. To many conservatives, she represents everything that is wrong with liberal politics.
Yet Clinton has sought to make overt appeals to Republican voters. Invited to deliver a closing statement at the third and final presidential debate of 2016 last week, she said that she was “reaching out to all Americans — Democrats, Republicans and independents — because we need everybody to help make our country what it should be.”
If Clinton wins, said former Republican Sen. Judd Gregg (N.H.), “For the first time in our history, we will have a president who more than half the people don’t trust and don’t like. That means that, rather than having the historic honeymoon period — being given the benefit of the doubt for a time — she won’t have that, unless she creates it.”