Expecting A Hillary Clinton Win Tomorrow

Republicans have to do better for themselves in 2020, but they already knew they had to do better in 2012 and *THIS* is what they came up with.

I expect Hillary Clinton to be elected President of the United States of America tomorrow.

I’ve *BEEN* tired of talking about this ridiculous election cycle, so I’ll mention some reasons why I believe she’ll win, and make a couple of other points so we can see if anything I have to say is relevant in the future. Continue reading “Expecting A Hillary Clinton Win Tomorrow”

War. Class. Honor. Respect. [Re: The 2016 Al Smith Dinner]

Whenever you hear of Barbarians, they aren’t inside the castle…. They’re at the gates.

I just watched Trump bomb at The Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner.

By “bomb”, I mean Trump got booed for quite a while, several times during his speech.

Because of his performance tonight, I’m now positive that Trump will *never* be the President of the United States of America.

Time will tell whether I’m correct or not. I think he’s going to get completely wiped out by Hillary in an embarrassing fashion on November 8th.

Here’s why my belief increased from being 80% sure to being 99% sure: Continue reading “War. Class. Honor. Respect. [Re: The 2016 Al Smith Dinner]”

Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?

Six months later… Let’s discuss scams and fake campaigns again. 😀

Now that there are 82 days left until the election, (270towin.com/2016-countdown-clock/) and people like Michael Moore are jumping on the bandwagon 5 months after I wrote “Donald Trump Is Playing With You Because He Knows You Don’t Count”, let’s go over this again. 😀 Continue reading “Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?”

Scalia May Be The Final Nail In The Coffin Of The 2016 Republican Presidential Election Dreams

With Antonin Scalia dying, all of a sudden the American people aren’t voting only for a President, but also for a Supreme Court Justice.

I’ve wanted to write about the 2016 USA Presidential Election process for quite some time now, but I just couldn’t do it because what’s going on is so silly.

I mean I can only call it “silly”. It isn’t even a strong enough situation to call it stupid or contrived or anything that indicates that anyone put any rational thought into what’s currently going on.

I really couldn’t guess what was going to happen with all this tomfoolery until U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died yesterday. Continue reading “Scalia May Be The Final Nail In The Coffin Of The 2016 Republican Presidential Election Dreams”

2016 Alliances & Partnerships

Sometimes, it isn’t the best thing to be the smartest person in the room.

Sometimes, it isn’t the best thing to be the smartest person in the room.

This is where consulting, business partnerships, and other sorts of teamwork come into play.

Even when you have the right idea for yourself, your consideration of the situation may be limited by what you know about yourself.. The personal limitations you know you have.

Adding one or more other people to the equation does way more than double your abilities now that there are two people involved.

The other person comes to the table with his or her life, personal, and business experience, none of which YOU HAVE! 😀

The other person comes to the table with equipment that they spent their money on that you didn’t.

I’ve seen the future… It’s creating alliances and partnerships in 2016. Continue reading “2016 Alliances & Partnerships”

2016 State of the Union Address

34 minutes in, when President Obama said “Our troops are the finest fighting force in the history of the world.”, everybody got up as if the DJ at the jam had put on “Eric B. is President”.

I just watched President Obama’s entire 2016 State of the Union Address -> http://www.c-span.org/video/?402620-1/2016-state-union-address.

First of all, it was good to see Paul Ryan up there instead of Jersey Shore Orange Boehner.

That dude needed to get TF up outta there because he wasn’t being effective at all.

As a video editor, it was annoying to watch the camera angle cut AWAY from every single interaction President Obama and Speaker Ryan had, including their very first handshake and personal conversation.

Clearly, the goal was to minimize the perception that politicians do what they do, which is perform for their constituents. They don’t actually hate each other. Their job is to perform for the people that elected them.

During the address, Ryan only signaled agreement when President Obama was talking about Ryan’s specific goals, when he mentioned protecting the American people, and when he gave respect to our military.

The rest of the time, Ryan tried not to react. You could tell he wanted to laugh when Iowa was mentioned, but he was struggling to hold it down. You could see him smiling through his attempts not to. Continue reading “2016 State of the Union Address”

Internet Blog-Influenced News Cycles

According to klout.com/BillCammack, I’m a “Broadcaster”.. To them, that means “You broadcast great content that spreads like wildfire. You are an essential information source in your industry. You have a large and diverse audience that values your content.”

I mention that because I’m glad they changed my category from “Pundit”. Pundits get on my last nerve. 😀

I didn’t have anything against pundits before a few months ago when I started following the Republican debates to see whether they were going to field a viable team to potentially defeat President Obama in 2012.

The problem I have with them now isn’t really their fault, but they have to deal with a new development in television broadcasting which I call “Internet Blog-Influenced News Cycles”. Continue reading “Internet Blog-Influenced News Cycles”