Okay, okay! Enough, ready!
Last Fall, I thought both political parties came up with awful candidates. I wound up voting for HRC, simply as the lesser of two evils.
While Donald Trump has done nothing to change my negative opinion of his candidacy since, Hillary Clinton has managed to spend the past six months or so to make mine of her more negative than it was before.
Specifically, her book What Happened depicted her in a very self-serving, negative manner. She in no way owned up to why she lost.
Why did she lose?
It wasn't Bernie Sanders, or James Comey, or young women failing to vote their sex. Not really. It wasn't the plethora of "deplorables" as she styled them.
But doing so was a gaffe of the first order.
Some of it was her suckling up to the udders of Wall Street, some of it was the lingering bad taste from her husband's two terms, some of it was that she came on with a sense that she was entitled to the nomination by the Democratic Party.
And Madeline Albright's remark about 'the special place in Hell for young women who don't support her.'
No, she lost because she was not seen as trustworthy by a lot of people.
The scandal of the superdelegates helped make the Democratic Party's selection process look like a rigged deck.
And she thought that she had Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania in the bag; and consequently didn't campaign there like she should have.
So for whom would I like to change my 2016 vote to?
Bubba the Cat!
Because I think that a representative of felis catus would have made a better President, and more honest, that the two that the Republicans and Democrats came up with.