In about 1777, a young British nobleman named Mr. Sinclair came to Adam Smith with the news of General Burgoyne’s surrender to the patriots of Saratoga or a fort near there.
“This will be the ruin of the nation,” said Mr. Sinclair.
“Young man,” said the Dean, Adam Smith, “there is a great deal of ruin in a nation.”
This comes to my mind lately as the election looms. I assume that Mrs. William Clinton, aka, Hillary Clinton, will win. I am not a big fan. She has a poor record of incompetence, cruelty, bullying, lying, stealing, and crime. The election was rigged, as Mr. Trump said, by the media, the one-party media which lined up solidly behind Hillary Clinton. I fear for our nation being led by an actual criminal.
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