FBI Director James Comey’s Hillary Clinton email dustup on Friday smells like another rope-a-dope.
I won’t be surprised if Comey comes out and exonerates Clinton again to prop her up in the eyes of the crucial undecided part of the electorate.
If Clinton is elected, the U.S. Supreme Court (and most of the judicial branch) will be far too imbalanced to the left, along with the cabinet, the military and the heads of every office, department and bureau under the executive branch. That’s two out of three, with the legislative branch teetering.
Dave Nielsen, Arlington
Negative Trump news gets bold headlines while Clinton issues get Page 14.
Now, the reopening of the email investigation was called a “review” instead of an investigation.
A Clinton election and subsequent indictment would put the country in a terrible position. The party should have been more scrupulous about nominating a candidate under investigation and the FBI’s proclamation that her actions were careless.
We must consider the consequences of electing a corrupt and legally flawed candidate like Hillary Clinton.
North Richland Hills
Forget Whitewater, travelgate, Castle Grande, the cattle futures investment, the Rose Law Firm reappearing billing records, Benghazi and the private email server.
The Clinton Foundation and pay-to-play makes all these other things seem trivial.
Set up your own charity. Donate hundreds of thousands of taxable dollars to it, then get back millions in tax-free “travel expenses.”
The foundation takes money from foreign governments for access to Secretary Clinton. It pressures donors to pay Bill Clinton enormous speaking fees. It keeps Hillary’s political operatives on the payroll at no expense to her while she waits to run for office.
This level of corruption should not be rewarded.
Troy Worthy, Hurst
I understand why Trump votes would come from CEOs who only care about boosting corporate profits while cutting all environmental controls and from male chauvinists who see women only as sex objects that should be seen and not heard.
But what about everyone else?
The difference between the two candidates is so monumental that I would liken it to a judge who must decide between punishing a violent crotch-grabber or an email-violating jaywalker.
Sharon Austry, Fort Worth
Donald Trump does not want to be your president. He wants to be your all-powerful, omnipotent emperor.
Voting for him because he is a Republican is a mindless, robotic reason — which is what he is counting on.
Trump has money. Is that all we care about anymore? He has hurt or ruined so many people in his business deals, only caring that the deals lined his own pockets.
Trump has shown many times he has no compassion or honor toward women, the poor, the handicapped or non-white men and women. I shudder to think how he would look after our environment.
Alma Perez, Fort Worth
I would like to urge Trump supporters to do exactly as he has requested: Vote on Nov. 28.
Stephen L. Kelly, Arlington