Parent to look up to

I wish the children of politicians would stay out of their parent’s campaigns whether or not they are a parent to look up to.  Politicians should be open to all forms of scrutiny yet Chelsea and Ivanka say whatever they wish yet are protected by the press and the general population’s civility. They offer fodder which is supposed to be insight.  As for the other Trump children, they appear to have inherited much of what is wrong with their famous father.

First off there’s Chelsea Clinton, a lightweight, earning 65 grand making speeches less than an hour long and who apparently has no trouble taking that money, who has adopted the Clinton position of persecution, and who cannot see that any discussion of unwanted sex promulgated by her father may not be appropriate for the political arena but remains not only a large issue of character, but how he has damaged some women’s lives. Chelsea, whose husband started a business in the financial arena funded by the chairman of Goldman Sachs not because of brilliant business models but because of what family he married into.

And there’s Ivanka who thinks it is a business model to relay that as a child she ran a lemonade stand and dared the hired help not to buy it though it was a dare she unknowingly had made. Coercion.   Ivanka, whose famous father discusses her anatomy, definitely not a parent to look up.

Parent to look up to. Honorees and presenters arrive for GLAMOUR Magazine's 2014 Women of the Year Awards, sponsored by L'Oreal, held at Carnegie Hall in NYC. Pictured: Ivanka Trump Kushner and Chelsea Clinton Ref: SPL887350  101114   Picture by: Johns PKI / Splash News Splash News and Pictures Los Angeles:310-821-2666 New York:	212-619-2666 London:	870-934-2666

Parent to look up to. Honorees and presenters arrive for GLAMOUR Magazine’s 2014 Women of the Year Awards, sponsored by L’Oreal, held at Carnegie Hall in NYC.

Pictured: Ivanka Trump Kushner and Chelsea Clinton

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Picture by: Johns PKI / Splash News



It’s just part of the problem, the fluff problem in our political system.  A serious discussion of the candidate’s vision for the country rarely occurs.

Perhaps we can have the kid’s fight, the winner winning the election for their parent.

Parent to look up to

Parent to look up to

“Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her nearly 40 years ago, fired back at Chelsea Clinton in a series of tweets Wednesday after the former first daughter lamented attacks on her parents’ character in a new interview.”


“Broaddrick alleged in 1999 that Bill Clinton raped her during his 1978 run for governor in Arkansas. While no physical evidence tied Bill Clinton to the crime, Broaddrick has staunchly defended her account over the years.”

“Then-President Bill Clinton was impeached in 1998 as a result of a lawsuit filed against him by Paula Jones, a woman who alleged Clinton had sexually harassed her. The late 1990s also saw the surfacing of Clinton’s in-office affair with then-intern Monica Lewinsky.”

“Broaddrick has argued Hillary Clinton is also culpable in the crime she says the former president committed. After Bill Clinton allegedly raped Broaddrick while she was volunteering for his gubernatorial campaign, she says the presidential nominee worked to cover up his misdeeds. Broaddrick told Mic in January that Hillary Clinton thanked her for “all [she] was doing for them” at a campaign event in 1978.”


“We were at the end of a cul-de-sac in an affluent community of spacious homes on sprawling properties. In every other respect, this was a prime spot, but it was a dead zone for aspiring lemonade magnates.”

“So the kids copied their father and conned working-class people — specifically, the family’s employees — into covering their poor business failures.”

“The pair persuaded their bodyguard, their parents’ driver and household staffers to buy enough lemonade to cover their costs.”

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I've published an E-book (Neurotic Man), a hard copy book, (Dworb), produced movies (Woman of the Port and Liberty and Bash), and worked as a writer for Demand Media writing those ehow tidbits you've most undoubtedly seen. For many years I wrote business and marketing plans for service, retail and manufacturing businesses. Along the way I've also prepared tax returns, taught accounting, been a business start-up consultant, licensed arbiter, federal analyst, busboy, waiter, safety clerk, lighting salesman, restaurant manager, parking lot attendant, construction foreman, and cook.
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