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Sum-it-up Sunday: Bias, Bimbos, Benghazi

The moderator of the first debate takes Trump to task 6 times (even though Trump was correct on several points), but doesn’t touch Hillary’s lies and misrepresentations once. Well, I suppose that’s understandable – the Clinton campaign told the media to fact-check Trump, and the moderator is part of the media, so he had his orders. Why would I think that the moderator was supposed to be an unbiased referee?

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It amazes me that the Media, continually at the behest of the Clinton campaign, can spend a week dwelling on whether Donald Trump was mean to a woman about her weight twenty years ago. If this is what matters when choosing a President, shouldn’t we consider the number of women that Hillary destroyed while protecting her husband (and her own quest for power) from victims of his sexual harassments and assaults. These were so frequent, the campaign referred to these as BIMBO ERUPTIONS (did Hillary really mean it when she said ALL women who come forward about sexual assault deserve to be believed? Apparently not.)

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Why aren’t we talking about something meaningful – like Benghazi? Americans were left to die four years ago (including our Ambassador) and yet we STILL don’t have answers to where Clinton and Obama were. You would think this would be important when talking about a job that’s PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY is protecting the American people. (After all – Hillary’s 2008 ads touting herself as a better choice for that 3am phone call than Barack was points out that importance – doesn’t it? It’s a shame BOTH of them were AWOL when it counted.

I know Trump’s nighttime tweets may seem childish, but it implies to me that he’s paying attention, available, and thinking – EVEN at 3AM.

Just saying…

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collection2coverThis week’s Smashwords coupon is for More Things I Could Get OUT OF MY MIND – my second short story collection, which contains the following:

“Sasqwhat?” –  Sometimes, you don’t know what you’re made of until it’s staring you in the face…

“The View From Up Here” – Talking to yourself can be something quite different when you’re possessed of two minds.

“Inheritance” – When Amun discovers that his family is connected to power, wealth and infamy, he enlists a friend to help him get his share. But does he really want the ancient inheritance that’s coming to him?

“The Human Interface” – Customer support can be Heaven, but most of us remember when it’s like – the other place. Keep your cool; stick to the script and remember, people don’t always have control of themselves.

“Riding the Devil” – With his town running from one strange frontier to another as they elude their abductors, Aaron Walker is forced to risk all to fulfill his destiny.

“Last Call” – Where would you want to be at the end of days?

Use coupon code DP84A to get an additional 67% off the newly reduced cover price at Smashwords (that’s only 99-cents – such a deal!) – it’s good until October 8th. Here’s the link:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/351846?ref=NoTimeToThink

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My next release will be “Hard Times”; Release date is October 21st.

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killingthemsoftlycoverWilliam Mangieri’s writing, including his latest publication “Killing Them Softly”, can be found in many places, including:
• Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/NoTimeToThink
• His Amazon Author page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B008O8CBDY
• Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/william-mangieri?store=book&keyword=william+mangieri
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To CONNECT WITH HIM (and LIKE and FOLLOW), go to
• His site on WordPress: https://williammangieri.wordpress.com
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• His Goodreads author page: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6893616.William_Mangieri
• Or on twitter: @WilliaMangieri

 

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