Who the hell should I vote for? I hate politics, yet it is my right and my duty to vote, even if I don’t know who to vote for. It’s going to be a stressful week. November 1, 2016. Below are a few of the most popular books on Amazon, both Kindle format, and paperback.
December 2016 – Now that the election is over there are more questions than ever. What part, if any, did Russia play in the elections? Is or has Russia overstepped its boundaries? Is Europe’s concern over the elections a real issue? Did Russia play with election results in America?
.What about the recounting of the ballots? Why did the judge first say yes, then turned around and said no? Is there cause for alarm. Has the country been highjacked? And what about the reports of false media and the teen who made money writing fake news reports?
And why isn’t the Slovenia, born first-lady not moving into the White House? maybe that’s a good thing. Now, will the country become the TV show “The Apprentice?” The first thing they teach you in law school is to never ask questions you don’t already know the answers to. Well, I never finished law school, so there, Are these questions we’d rather not answer, or worst, rather not ask?