According to Albert Einstein insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

With an I.Q. in the 160-190 range Einstein was one of the smartest people to ever live.

Political insanity in an election year is voting for the same politicians over and over and hoping for different results.

It makes no difference to me whether I like Donald Trump or not.

I don’t really care whether he builds a wall or does half the stuff that he says.

I think many people like myself are only interested in whether he goes to Washington and tries a different approach. Do you really believe Hillary Clinton is going to be different than President Obama?

Should we really care what Republican leaders such as Paul Ryan or Mitch McConnell has to say about Donald Trump? The same thing goes for any other politician who was been in office for 10, 20, 30, or even almost 40 years such as Orin Hatch.

He was elected in 1977, the same year I graduated from Chase County High School and I am almost 58 years old now. Come on, give me a break Orin!

These are not the brightest people in the world, but they are smarter then us because we keep re-electing them.

People that are part of the problem can never be part of the solution because they do not know how to change anything. The longer they are there the more they become part of the problem.

Even great war heros such as John McCain need to retire and give some new faces a chance. Thank you Jim Webb.

This is why almost half the people in America are going to vote for Donald Trump. All they care about is whether he gets the chance to go in and make changes in the way politics are done in Washington.

Otherwise we may as well just sit back and let things be done as they have in the past. Electing Hillary Clinton is political insanity in my view, but if that’s what the people end up doing we will get what we deserve.

This article has 2 comments

  1. Jeff Schuman Sr.

    Not with Hillary. Yes, she is a woman, but she has been in politics for 30 years. Susan Sarandon would be different.

  2. Anonymous

    Doesn't breaking glass ceilings qualify as different?

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