Dear editor,

In Philadelphia, July 25-29, the Democrats nominated Hillary Rodham Clinton to be their presidential candidate. The scandalous event which rocked the convention was that the Democratic National Committee had rigged the votes of the primary delegates so Bernie Sanders would lose to Hillary.

Scandals are a part of the Clinton lifestyle. In the 1980's, the scandals included the Whitewater Real Estate venture, the $1,000 investment in cattle futures that produced a $100,000 windfall in ten months,and Bill's affairs with Juanita Broderick and Monica Lewinsky.

As Secretary of State (2009-2013), the Clinton Foundation received millions from donors and governments to assure easy access to government favors. Her emails were unsecured, "extremely careless" (FBI), and placed our national security in deep jeopardy. Her failure to protect Benghazi resulted in four American deaths. She is now two months from an election to become president.

There will not be any imaginable "change"in her murky ethics, her phony character, and congenital lies in this established politician of twenty-five years. She takes pride in four more years of failed Obama policies.

Voters should be aware of her planned agenda which offers no growth to our economy. Here will be our chaotic future: $275 Billion infrastructure, government expansion, higher taxes on businesses, free college, higher minimum wage, restore collective bargaining, affordable child care, Obamacare mandates, open borders, liberal Supreme Court justices who can alter the 1st and 2nd Constitutional amendments, and no plan to expand military or defeat ISIS or radical ISLAMIC terrorists. Her physical appearance is alarming and her loss of strength and stamina is obvious.

Voters should not be fooled by overwhelming, biased media hype; her presidency will be a chaotic apocalypse from which this country will never recover.

John Goswitz

Manitowoc

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