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" was going to read this book.....I really was. But just as I got started, I found myself under sniper fire, passed out, and fell and hit my head. After that I got double vision and had to wear glasses that were so damn thick I couldn't even see to read. Then I had an allergic reaction to something and started coughing so hard I spit out what looked like a couple of lizard's eyeballs, my limbs locked up, and I passed out and fell down again, waking up only to find out I had been diagnosed with pneumonia 2 days earlier. It's a good thing I was able to make a small fortune making this random small trade in the commodities market (cattle futures or some such thing) and then, miracle of all miracles, a few banks offered me a few million to just talk to their employees for a few minutes - and all that really helped out because I swear I was dead broke and couldn't figure out how I was gonna come up with the 6 bucks to pay for this book, let alone pay the $1,500 for my health insurance this month. I still want to read it, but, hell, what difference at this point does it make? I hear it sucks anyway."
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>I bought this thinking it would be a how-to book. I wanted "How to set up your own Foundation for fun and profit." Also, would like to have seen a chapter on "Ten easy steps to setting up your own secure server in a bathroom." I do hear there's going to be a sequel, tentatively called "The Art of the Shakedown." Should be interesting.
And 318 people like this:
>This could be the first "book" in history to have more reviews on amazon the actual sales bwwwwaaaahAAHA lol
Pretty deplorable reviews, just check it out on amazon:
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This shameless bitch actually gave plugs for her book yesterday too, said she won't explain what she's running for, but to buy her book, it will tell you everything.
Yep, not even kidding. The book bombed at the time, and Amazon has since fixed it's rating.
>> Not really.
That's TV ads, not discussion of policy.
Clinton literally released a book with detailed policy points and how she wanted to put them in place.
>> Even if we take Trumps stance on illegal immigration and terrorism as an attack on people. Which we shouldn't for so many reasons. Trump didn't attack the voter base, Clinton did. Which is why I say Democrats won the election for Trump.
Yeah, Breitbart spamming about the "coastal elites" and trying to make it seem as if urban voters were less valuable than rural voters clearly isn't an attack on voters.
>> Source? Also attacks on voters is not the same as attacks on other candidates. At least when it comes to winning elections.
So for example, when Trump tweeted fake black crime stats, that wasn't insulting black people?
When he tried to claim a Mexican judge couldn't rule on his case, that wasn't insulting to Mexicans?
The constant attacks on cities, often lying about them wasn't attacking voters?
>> I didn't, I just explained to you why people say "Literally the reason Trump is President."
No, you listed the bullshit reasons delusionals run around the internet spamming. Any look at any of the reasons that motivated a Trump voter in 2016 would paint a very different picture.
>That's the problem: the centrists think they don't don't need the leftists to win.
To quote myself "Until we can fix our current conundrum we need to figure out a way to meet in the middle because it is in both of our best interests."
>All they do is talk about "values", without any policies to back it up.
Here is a link to Hillary Clinton's book outlining all of her prescription policies. If you think that lady didn't have actually policies to help fix problems most Americans face you weren't even trying to look. Also what about Obama do you think he didn't have policies or do you think that he just fucked off the last eight years? I don't know if you noticed, but when he took over the economy was in free fall and his centrist Keynesian policies helped right the ship. You know who didn't have specifics Bernie, he spoke in platitudes and made promises there would have been no way to keep. His policies would have burnt up to little pieces of nothing on the Hill.
>You can't be pro-corporate and be pro-worker at the same time.
We fundamentally disagree on this. I believe you can be pro business and pro worker there is an ethical middle, where all sides are met.
Again we fundamentally disagree with each other and but if I am forced to choose between the far left and the middle I will take my chances with the middle. I would prefer that we compromise but it seems the far left has no desire to compromise in which case fuck you. I would rather compromise with those I disagree with than be strong armed by those I disagree with. The state that I live in, New York, is far more centrist than far left. You might be able to win Oregon with far left policies but tbh there aren't that many electoral votes in Oregon.
There is so much counterfactual information in your post that I don't know where to start. Let's start with her public agenda that she spoke about at length but no one listened to. She even went so far as to write a book on the topic: https://www.amazon.com/Stronger-Together-Blueprint-Americas-Future/dp/1501161733 And to say she has no passion is to ignore her passion for helping women and children.
Then let's go on to Bernie: We have no reason to believe he would have won. Every pre-convention poll of Clinton vs Trump had years of concentrated attacks from across the aisle already baked in, where as the Bernie vs Trump polls did not. And the GOP had plenty of as-yet-unused oppo on Bernie. The kind of stuff that looks a lot worse than it actually is, but requires a more nuanced approach than the electorate apparently has to realize that. Bernie might have won, but that is an unknown.
But the most ridiculous part of your post is the suggestion that Trump is in any way whatsoever straightforward and truthful. I would say that he lies all the time (about everything), but the truth of the matter is that he says things without any regard for whether they are true or not. What hasn't he changed positions on in the last 5 years? Even the last year-and-a-half? His self-aggrandizement is the only thing that comes to mind.
It is selling about 5 kindle copies per day. Yuge success (its not).
Edit: Amazon link. Rated at 1/5
Amazon comment example
"ByThe Oneon September 21, 2016
I ordered this book from the Clinton Foundation for 2.5 million USD. It came with a certificate good for one free ambassadorship and a guaranteed seat on the State Department advisory board. I only give it one star because when I received the book I found all the pages had been deleted."
> But what she can control is what sort of commercials she runs.
Commercials are just one part of an overall campaign strategies. They are aimed a demographic of undecided voters in swing states that watch a lot of daytime television. Commercials have to distract you from the awful syndicated crime drama in exactly 30 seconds. The message fits the medium and the audience.
I started reading "Stronger Together". It really is insightful, persuasive, and comprehensive. You should give it a try.
The reviews on Amazon are hilarious.
Stronger Together: A Blueprint for America's Future https://www.amazon.com/dp/1501161733/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_jIs6xbDR5MCPX
You MUST check out the reviews on Amazon:
someone better tell Amazon then /s https://smile.amazon.com/Stronger-Together-Hillary-Rodham-Clinton/dp/1501161733/ref=zg_bs_11105_21
Amazon review are brutal
Omfg the reviews and customer pictures are fucking amazing on Amazon for her book. Stronger Together: A Blueprint for America's Future https://www.amazon.com/dp/1501161733/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_pdJ6xb1ZG9KVE
You asked for sources and I pointed you to her book. That is the source for her policies. The book she wrote about her policies. If you can't think of a single policy she has you should do some reading. I am not brushing you off and I telling you where to go to find the information you asked for.
If you are as open minded as you say you are check it out.
I am sure you can find a copy at the library.
There is also a campaign website if you don't care about an indepth look at how the policies would have been implemented (I voted for Hillary Clinton because she had the most realistic plan on actually implementing policies);
Speaking of Hillary and her authenticity - member this?
Whut? I see 1.5 stars? Where are you guys looking at?
Anyone have any guesses what book that is?
EDIT: Found it. I don't think the book is important.
It's because your premise is nonsensical. "Only a quarter of X" is a random figure — what's the baseline? Please tell me, how many of Trump's adverts or speeches or slogans were about policy? How many voters were swayed by Trump's policy who would've voted for Clinton "if only she had shared her policy"?
Her campaign literally released A BOOK of policy proposals. Her slogan was never "I'm With Her" — that was a Twitter hashtag started by her supporters: women (and men) standing up FOR women. Her slogan was "Stronger Together" — never about her, but about strength and inclusivity and positivity.
> and she had all of her policies/plans listed in great detail on her website.
Or you know... this...
Hillary isn't going down, she's going high. You should buy Stronger Together, on sale for only $9.59! It's completely changed my life.