No matter how the mid-terms turn out the biggest winner of all will be Hillary Clinton.
If the polls hold and the Republicans take control of both houses it will be a dramatic repudiation of the policies of Barack Hussein Obama. Of course, not against the Prez the person, since everyone loves the “First Golfer”.
With events both domestically and internationally spinning out of control the Clinton camp can whisper that the mistake made six years ago in the Democratic primaries can be rectified in ’16.
A Republican House and Senate will set up delays in appointments and confirmations. It will give vent to the attempted undoing of the Obama agenda, such as Obamacare and the size of government, which of course means the veto pen will be used again and again.
As the world of Americas Rome burns the boys and the girls in the Capital will be fiddling and simply making noise. However, Sunday mornings will become a battleground as the airwaves will be filled with the same vitriol we’ve experienced this past year.
Nothing will change no matter who’s elected since the “Independent” Federal Reserve and the central bankers of the world will go deeper and deeper into Keynesianism proving the truth of Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s famous quote:
“Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.”
As the next 24 months bring events outside the control of Senators, Congressmen, Presidents and even bankers, the frustration level of the American public will grow even greater.
Great anticipation of change (once again) will be quickly blunted by the realization that the 44th will not go quietly into the night.
The Clinton machine could foment turmoil and unrest unprecedented in American history.
The ground swell created by the machine for someone who can work across the aisle, appeal to the minorities and majorities (whoever that is), has a wealth of experience, is known to the world, and could be trumpeted as the last best hope, will be the former First Lady/Secretary of State/Senator.
And Benghazi, her so called Achilles heel?
It will be simple to convince the mass that a sitting President trumps the Secretary of State and that the blame, which will be laid at someone’s feet, could very well be shifted to the 44th. After all, President Harry Truman, a Democrat, once said “the buck stops here”.
Thus “The Machine” could put another nail in the coffin of the Obama legacy.
Oh Yes, ADVANTAGE HILLARY!
God help us all!