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For Investors, Deeds Count - Words Don't

For Investors, Deeds Count - Words Don't

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By    |   Sunday, 09 October 2016 08:43 PM

Are you an investor? Do you worry about your financial well-being?

Will a President Trump or a President Clinton be best for your hard-earned life savings and portfolio?

The Establishment political parties and their sycophants in the media jabber away superficially as if the moral equivalence of what Mr. Trump said 11 years ago is the same as what Mrs. Clinton did and is still doing to this day.

It reminds me about a book about Sam Zell, the multi-billionaire entrepreneurial investor, written by Ben Johnson, entitled “Money Talks and Bullsh*t Walks.”

Which part of this title describes Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton is something each investor will need to decide for themselves.

I find it more than disturbing for the Republican Political Establishment to feign outrage at remarks recently attributed to Mr. Trump from some unknown source that secretly taped the same sort of joking around which is a normal occurrence in the Halls of Congress. Just not on the Federal Register.

Cosmo Magazine, the still popular magazine whose long-time publisher was Helen Gurley Brown, owes its existence — and all the other woman’s magazines — to the promotion of sex as the great “democratizer.”

To quote Gerri Hirshey, who wrote Not Pretty Enough: The Unlikely Triumph of Helen Gurley Brown, “Here was the silly little secret, certainly men love beautiful women. But when the lights went out, Miss Universe might just as well be poor, sooty little match girl if she couldn’t make him shout hallelujah.”

The Democrats and Mrs. Clinton, unlike the Republicans, never said they have any ethics or moral principles and therefore it is unfair for me to criticize them for things to which they make no claim. Unlike the Republicans, as to this they aren’t hypocrites.

If you go down the list of all the Hollywood actresses that support Mrs. Clinton, what they find discomforting in Mr. Trumps remarks is what they do on film and television to earn a living.

And if all the billionaire supporters of Mrs. Clinton’s stop using escort services for their clients or otherwise supporting their various mistress’s in-between trophy wives, the GDP of the United States might drop significantly.

The true moral dilemma facing investors in deciding who will assure their economic survival as President is not Mr. Trump’s remarks, but Mrs. Clinton’s past actions and plans to act.

What does Mr. Trump know about politics anyway?

He knows the secrete sauce that makes politics palatable. That all politicians can be bought off. In Congress, they call it being bi-partisan.

What does Mrs. Clinton know about politics?

She knows the “gates” of politics. David Graham, a writer for The Atlantic, wrote, From Whitewater to Benghazi: A Clinton Scandal Primer. He makes no claim that the article is a complete catalogue of all the Clinton related illegal, corrupt, and unethical practices that are so well documented in court cases, depositions, draft indictments, investigations, hearing reports, newspapers, and video.

To write this story about Mrs. Clinton’s deeds will take a multi-volume set of books.

I Googled Mrs. Clinton’s accomplishments. The best list I found said she “Fought for”, “Helped Provide”, “Helped Get”, “Told”, “Stood Up”, “Helped Expand”, and “Negotiated a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.” Sure she did, and Hamas has stopped shooting rockets into Israel and digging attack tunnels.

To sum up her accomplishments after 40 years in politics, as Co=President, Senator, Secretary of State, and head of the Clinton Foundation, there are none. Just a long trail of scandals and corruption.

May be I just didn’t Google her well enough?

I’m going to Chicago in a couple of weeks to visit my daughter-- get some deep dish pizza and go to Manny’s Deli.

I plan on staying at the Trump Hotel. It is an architecturally magnificent and world renown building, standing 1,116 feet, encompassing 2,600,000 square feet, and cost $847 million.
Trump knows how to build things. Mrs. Clinton doesn’t.

For investor’s looking out for their future financial well-being in electing a President, deeds count and words don’t.


Denis Kleinfeld is known as a strategic tax and wealth protection lawyer, widely published author and creative teacher. To read more of his articles, CLICK HERE NOW.



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