“Between the Devil and the Deep Sea”

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“Between the Devil and the Deep Sea”*

Americans must decide, do we want a president who is crazy or corrupt?

Those who tout Trump’s business acumen and frankness ignore his sleaze. Those who tout Clinton’s resume and experience ignore her chronic lying.

Partisans of each side recognize the mote in the other’s eye but overlook the plank in the eye of their candidate.

And both candidates will raise your taxes … even you who don’t think you pay taxes.

* The expression dates from 1637. Western civilization is no stranger to such a dilemma.

1 thought on ““Between the Devil and the Deep Sea”

  1. One more thing I thought of – when I said my heart was “good” I didn’t mean perfect or saintly.. I meant my heart was in good shape. The Buddhists have a practice called sending metta – loving
    kindness. When G.W. Bush was in office I had to practice a lot. I will again.

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