Five Women that we all know

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This photo is “Priceless!”

Five Women in the know,

All

‘First Ladies,

two are Republicans

and

three are Democrats

And

All are backing Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.

Think about it for a moment,

what are they telling even the most stanch Trump backer?

Bruce Blair

former launch offices Ellsworth missile site

South Dakota missile silo

has a video you must watch.

And then Donald Speaks!

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I will bomb the hell out of them

https://youtu.be/aWejiXvd-P8

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I want to be unpredictable

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I love war

https://youtu.be/6-FUfMRgbWU

What would it mean to have

Trump’s fingers on the nuclear button?

We don’t really know, but we do know this:

In the atomic age, when decisions must be made very quickly,

the presidency has evolved into something akin to a nuclear monarchy.

With a single phone call,

the commander in chief has virtually unlimited power to rain down nuclear weapons

on any adversarial regime and country at any time.

You might imagine this awesome executive power would be hamstrung

with checks and balances,

but by law, custom and congressional deference

there may be no responsibility

where the president has more absolute control.

There is no advice and consent by the Senate.

There is no second-guessing by the Supreme Court.

Even ordering the use of torture—which Trump infamously

once said he would do,

insisting the military “won’t refuse.

They’re not gonna refuse me”

imposes more legal constraints on a president than ordering a nuclear attack.

Bruce Blair former launch offices Ellsworth missile site South Dakota missile ad

This photo taken Jan. 9, 2014 shows Capt. Lauren Choate, a Minuteman 3 missile launch officer, at the console of a launch simulator used for training at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. As disclosures of disturbing behavior by nuclear missile officers mount, to now include alleged drug use and exam cheating, Air Force leaders insist the trouble is episodic, correctable and not cause for public worry. The question persists, nonetheless: At what point do breakdowns in discipline put nuclear security in jeopardy? (AP Photo/Robert Burns)

This photo taken Jan. 9, 2014 shows Capt. Lauren Choate, a Minuteman 3 missile launch officer, at the console of a launch simulator used for training at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. As disclosures of disturbing behavior by nuclear missile officers mount, to now include alleged drug use and exam cheating, Air Force leaders insist the trouble is episodic, correctable and not cause for public worry. The question persists, nonetheless: At what point do breakdowns in discipline put nuclear security in jeopardy? (AP Photo/Robert Burns)

And then Donald Trump Speaks!

I will bomb the shit out of them

I want to be unpredictable

I love war

http://mypoliticalopinionblog.blogspot.com/2016/10/five-women-in-know.html?zx=f88830009baea944

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