Donald Trump and Mitt Romney having dinner. Truely odd!
To put it mildly: I didn’t like the fact that Hillary is not the next Presient of the United States. While I feel sad about that, I noticed that the one who won against her acts like a sore loser. He got mad last weekend at both the Hamilton cast and Alec Baldwin. I guess Donald doesn’t know much about free speech and parody. The funny thing is that Donald guest hosted Saturday Night Live last year, and he acts as though that didn’t happen. Just before the weekend started, he paid $25 million to settle the Trump University lawsuit.
When will Donald’s whining end? Maybe, when he gets sworn in as the 45th president, but I shouldn’t hold my breath about that.
Meanwhile, Hillary’s popular vote count is nearing the 2 million mark. I don’t get this electoral college stuff at all. The system is broken. Where do we go from here with all this? I keep reading news stories about hate crimes, killings (both civilian and police), bullying, and white supremists.
We’re in the final stretch of the election for President of the United States. The night before Election Day. I voted early on October 21 in Massachusetts. This was the first time this state decided to have people vote early. I went to City Hall in Boston on the evening of October 21 and voted. The best part was that there was no long line. Other voting places had long lines, but I seemed to luck out at going at a time when it wasn’t so crowded.
Who did I pick? Hillary, of course, because I’m with her!
Go out and vote tomorrow if you didn’t have the chance where you are to vote early.
What can I say about the 3rd presidential debate? Donald was his usual borish self once again. Hillary looked presidential and confident again. Donald was very argumentative as usual. Hillary stood her ground again. There was the usual disagreements between the two. Not surprised about that.
Did I see and hear anything new here while watching the 3rd debate? Absolutely nothing that moved me at all. I’m watching the news people on CBS talk about the debate right now. That’s what they’re paid to do.
I’m still rooting for Hillary anyway. I’m with her.
Massachusetts is having early voting this year starting next week. I plan on voting early so that I can be done with this and move on.
Wow!!! What a fight! But this was supposed to be a debate. Donald looked very desperate towards Hillary who was real confident and never looked weak. Donald had trouble with answering questions that were asked directly to him. He seemed to be reciting back what he had rehearsed. Too rambling!
Hillary was more polished again. She was focused on the questions and the people regarding their concerns. While Donald seemed to be in a bullying mode, she was interested in the people for the people. At least, she stayed on her goals.
Donald left the debate quickly afterwards. Like he was too beat up.
Hillary looked like a winner while Donald showed little improvement.
Btw, that vulgar talk on tape was bad for him even though it did happen 11 years ago. It got a lot of people upset and talking. Every time he opens his mouth or something dug up about his past gets people crazy. Not a good prospect for president.
It’s less than one month now until the election. Then, we’ll be free at last from this crazy election season.
Just saw Charlie Rose on TV saying that this debate was more like wrestling match.
Hillary looks presidential to me!
The debate’s not even over yet. Hillary is still looking presidential right now while Donald is stammering out another complaint about her campaign ads.
Great red suit, Hillary!
Donald, that blue tie is too bright!
Donald’s message still sounds stale to me at the end of this debate.
I declare Hillary the winner of this debate.
And now the debate is over.
Last week, Hillary Clinton met with Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy for 30 minutes in Cleveland, Ohio. Later, Paul tweeted out a picture of himself and Hillary saying that “She’s with me.”
The meeting occurred before Paul’s concert at the Ouicken Loans Arena.
Read the whole story in the Daily Mail: Hillary Clinton Meets Paul McCartney Behind Closed Doors
What can I say more about Hillary’s acceptance speech? She was excellent and well polished like a real nominee running for president. It was a million times better than Donald Trump’s shoutout last Thursday night (he simply yelled at the TV camera for 75 minutes).
Hillary’s speech had substance and meaning. She is with us. Donald Trump, on the other hand, is too much of a loose cannon and doesn’t have any substance to what he was shouting about last week.
Hillary made history. I’m with her!!!
Btw, both former President Bill Clinton’s and President Barack Obama’s speeches were great too. Chelsea’s was good as well.
Let’s face the DNC was looked more like a convention, instead of that carnival atmosphere at the RNC we all saw last week.
#WCBOS I am once again at WordCamp Boston at Boston University right now. It’s a little bit before the 5 Ways to Contribute WordPress lecture. I already attended 2 lectures so far: 101 Ways to Rock as a Freelancer and How to Get 100 content ideas in an hour. Learning new stuff, but also hearing some familiar stuff as well.
Being an independent blogger is hard. Trying to make the jump into making income as a freelancer/self-employed individual is not easy. Been trying to do this before there was a thing called a blog.