Whispers of a Democratic Presidential Dream Team

While browsing the internet site CafePress for US Navy Dad t-shirts, I happened upon Dream Team Clinton/Obama 2016 bumper stickers, magnets, mugs and t-shirts.  The 2016 Presidential race is two years away and talk show hosts and Hollywood mouthpieces are weighing in on the Democratic ticket to have the ultimate dream team, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama. Dream team? Maybe nightmare!  The buzz is humming with this talk, though spokespersons for Clinton and Obama have not publicly commented.

Hillary
Mrs. W.J. Clinton

An all woman presidential ticket would  be great, it would be a thumb your nose to the Good Ole Boys club known as Congress, but only if it were a different dream team. The right combination of candidates could work to bring this nation back as the one and only America. We would be loved, feared and envied by the world again. Our power would once again be the Made In America stamp on our products. the empty shells of our manufacturing would once again hum with activity. We need doers not talkers.

I can only imagine what this dream team would conjure up.  Fast food restaurants would be outlawed across the country, excluding, the vice president mansion which would be outfitted with the best short order cooks from McDonald’s.  Hillary and Michelle could be called, the Wicked Witch of the South and the Wicked Witch of the Midwest. This ticket not only would be the homeliest, we’d be bombarded with frowning, scowling faces.

Michelle
Mrs. B.H. Obama

To quote Hillary Clinton, “What difference does it make at this point?” The difference is we would be on a path of no return.  Another four years of the liberal agenda would send this country into a black hole of a sluggish economy, bigger government, unrestrained spending and bigger government.

Presidential trips would be lavish beauty salon and shopping excursions at the taxpayer expense.  I am all for a two women presidential ticket but a Clinton/Obama ticket would be a disaster.  If I was hiring someone for an entry level position, those two would be the last two employees that I would want.  Why?  Here are my list of reasons.

Number 1. Too snarky.

Number 2. Not diplomatic.  I know, they have both had jobs that require that skill but let’s look at how that has turned out.

Number 3. Too liberal. I am running a business that is out to make money not give it away.

Number 4. The  duo doesn’t work well with others.  If I wouldn’t consider them a candidate for a minimum wage job, why would I entertain the thought of giving them the two most important jobs in the free world?   Another apology tour would need to be booked,not to world leaders, but for the American people.

 

 

 

I live in the hills of Western Pennsylvania, where some of the first battles were waged that began this Great Nation. Keeping up the tradtion, only fighting the battle with words.

About Beth Hope-Cushey

I live in the hills of Western Pennsylvania, where some of the first battles were waged that began this Great Nation. Keeping up the tradtion, only fighting the battle with words.