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Hail Hillary: Is There A Clinton Progressive Police State In America's Future?

“Depend upon it, sir, when a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully.” 

Samuel Johnson 

The 2016 Presidential Election is now about six weeks away – a bit more than a fortnight – but close enough that it should concentrate the mind of every conservative and right-of-center voter in America on what the actual Hail Hillary Covereffects of a Hillary Clinton presidency would be on their lives and the lives of their fellow citizens. 

Accordingly, this booklet isn’t about why conservatives should support Donald Trump, or Gary Johnson or Jill Stein or any other candidate running for President. 

Instead, it is a cannonball through the doors of the Ivory Towers of those “conservatives” who continue to obdurately claim that a Hillary Clinton presidency might not be that bad, that the country can recover after four or eight years, and that her policies won’t be aimed at marginalizing, if not outlawing, the conservative worldview. 

To outline and explain these dangers I asked a group of conservative leaders to share with me their assessment of what a Hillary Clinton presidency would mean to those Americans who hold traditional Judeo-Christian values and who believe in American exceptionalism. 

Most of these leaders had not backed Donald Trump during the Republican Primaries, but the response was immediate and overwhelming – far beyond the expected pro forma election year support for the Republican candidate for president.  

In fact, each of these respected conservative leaders saw Hillary Clinton not as merely a wrongheaded political opponent, but as a genuine threat to the future of the conservative movement and to the domestic tranquility of this great country. 

The dangers that these leaders saw in a Hillary Clinton presidency represent not obscure Capitol Hill policy differences, but dangers to the peaceful lives of ordinary Americans. 

What they told me was that Americans who believe in the right-to-life; Americans who believe that marriage between one man and one woman is Biblically ordained; Americans who own guns; Americans who believe in the rule of law and protecting our borders are all at risk. Perhaps most at risk from a Clinton presidency are those Americans who believe that the Constitution is the law that governs and restrains government. 

The one voice that is not represented, and from whom I expected to receive a response was my longtime friend, the First Lady of the Conservative Movement Phyllis Schlafly. Not only was Phyllis Schlafly the first major conservative leader to endorse Donald Trump, she was also conservativism’s most effective opponent of the radical Leftist Feminism to which Hillary Clinton subscribes and wishes to impose upon America. 

What’s more, the Trump campaign’s populist – conservative coalition of outsiders seemed to be the very embodiment of her 1964 classic A Choice Not An Echo, committed as they are to breaking the power of the kingmakers, as Phyllis called the Wall Street – Washington – Silicon Valley Axis. 

Unfortunately, before she could submit her response, Phyllis Schlafly passed away and it is to her and her lifelong struggle against the establishment kingmakers and the radical Left that this booklet is dedicated. 

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Where's the booklet?

If the "Hail Hillary" booklet were available, I'd buy a bunch to pass out.
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I detest Hillary at least as

I detest Hillary at least as much as you do.
However, you seem to want to overlook the authoritarianism of Trump.

Just today he advocated stopping and frisking and 100% supported the Kelo decision for eminent domain.

This is not a man that cares about liberty and freedom


Stop and frisk in uber crime areas will save lives. Period.

Trump is an opportunity

Trump's main flaw is he thinks something as large and as grossly corrupt as the federal government simply needs better management. In this he wrong. The size and unconstitutional scope of the federal government makes it corrupt. Better management will only make it a more efficient their, since it no longer protects our rights but is in the business of stealing what we've earned to buy votes to increase its power.

But Trump's populist following might form a coalition government with conservatives and do significant good. For instance, agreeing to break the power of establishment Republicans (the ones who just sold out on the budget and who are working on selling out to Obama's judicial appointments).

The alternative is abandoning the presidency to Clinton. She didn't lift a finger to save the Benghazi defenders. This alone precludes her from being commander in chief. Her influence peddling is obvious, and the only reason she's not in jail is the cronyism and "fixing" that Trump populists and conservatives hate. Importing terrorists and illegal aliens could be stopped by a conservative coalition with Trumpsters.

In light of the danger presented by a continuation of the executive lawlessness of Obama--aided and abetted by SCOTUS, even before Clinton appoints more Leftists--Trump presents infinitely less risk than a government run by Clnton kleptocrats.

Why we are supporting Donald Trump

We understand that Trump does not regularly speak the language of the conservative movement and that he may stray from conservative dogma on some issues. However, we believe that his record and support from Rudy Giuliani, Sheriff Arpiao and Sheriff Clark indicate that he stands for the ordered liberty that is fundamental to civil society. We disagree with Trump on Kelo, but believe that on most issues he will be with us. So even though this is one issue we disagree with Trump on, we know Hillary Clinton will oppose the conservative position 100% of the time, thus the percentages indicate that the correct real world position is to vote for Trump.