I'm getting nervous. The dark blue states are starting to creep up on the light blue ones. Being distrustful of politics in general, I'm skeptcial that the best thing will be done for the people once this process is over. Our votes are supposed to count, but in the end, I fear it will be like the general election. Our votes will be "respected" but in the end, the party will have the final say. That Clinton name carries a lot of weight.
Check out how much money is being raised by these campaigns. Even the losing ones. Hillary just came up with another $10 million since Tuesday, and she "loaned" her campaign $5 million. Loaned it, as opposed to "spent" it. It makes one wonder, if it isn't important enough to her to actually spend the money herself, why is she in this? Of course, I'm not sure I'd have a whole lot of respect for somebody who spent $5 million of their own money to get a job that pays $250,000 a year, but what do I know?
"Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely."
An observation that a person’s sense of morality lessens as his or her power increases. The statement was made by Lord Acton, a British historian of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.