Voters of New Hampshire: Since ’52 the NH primary’s importance primarily
lies in media coverage of the half-truths and lies, of candidacies.
Voters of NH: Do not throw out the dirty bath water along with the baby.
Reconsider ye granite Yankees. ‘The Donald’ must be in NH, stymied.
Voters of NH: The two parties (Grand Ol’ and Democratic) are not the parties
of our fathers. Casting lots with a loose cannon seems, deadly.
Voters of NH: No; the former is s not the party of President Abraham Lincoln,
the great emancipator; one of the greatest, of our grand union.
Voters of NH: Nor is the latter the party of Franklin Roosevelt, new deal leader
and John F. Kennedy, a battle-tested and visionary dreamer.
Voters of NH: A nation (and a planet) cry, not for shoot-from-the-hip reactions
from a gossipy war-monger whose claim to fame, is illusion.
Be careful, what you wish for US of America, a black hole head-hole is upon US
and networks are become, the publicists, of a populist.
Head-holes are very often very good things, for our God-given spaces (holes)
for senses, but in elections, there’s no room, for head-holes.
Voters of NH: A race for POTUS is surreal, reality TV; its star, tragi-comically,
neither warrior nor diplomat but an entertainer, un-funny.
Voters of NH: The Donald is in need of sensitivity training. Aspirations as lofty
as running for POTUS require inspiration, not denigration.
NH voters: Do not be duped by The Donald’s personality. Unquestionably, he
lacks presidential timber; or, rotted is the timber, irreparably.
Voters of NH: So what might the ‘ugliest American’ of all time possibly
do? Bomb the ‘shit’ out of them? That’s no vocabulary for a wannabe!
Voters of NH: Head-hole, for The Donald, seems a good fit, for in between
ears and under restorations, yawns an immense cavity, ne’er seen.