The First 100 Days Of A Hillary Clinton Nightmare

On August 8 in Kissimmee, Florida, Hillary Clinton outlined the things she hopes to accomplish in her “first 100 days in office”.

Her plan sounds a lot more like the “first 100 days in socialism”.

During the campaign stop, Clinton acknowledged the strong presence of Latinos and then spoke about her plan for comprehensive immigration reform.

Her plan for a path to citizenship for illegal aliens would reward criminals for breaking the law.

Clinton then announced she wanted to create more than 10 million new jobs — by continuing the same miserably failed policies of Barack Obama.

But Clinton’s economic plan has a few problems.

She spoke about investing in infrastructure. Sound familiar?

That’s because it was an Obama selling point.

The problem is it hasn’t worked, and it won’t fix the economic woes of the nation now, any better than it has the past 8 years.

Clinton’s next brilliant idea was making college “available for all”.

Clinton has been touting “free” college on the campaign trail ever since she made a deal with Bernie Sanders to add this Socialist Party USA platform plank to her repertoire.

She also announced Obama’s idea of “free” community college.

Anyone with a shred of logic understands that “free” just means more expenses for the taxpayer is coming down the pike.

No economic recovery there.

Clinton’s next couple of batty ideas is to make companies share more profits with their employees and to, “make corporations, the wealthy, and Wall Street pay their fair share.”

Perhaps this insanity regarding business practices and profits also stems from the Socialist Party USA platform plank:


The Socialist Party stands for a fundamental transformation of the economy, focusing on production for need not profit. 

Clinton also blathered on about reforming policies that support so-called “21st-century families”.

This drivel included forcing corporations to offer equal pay, paid leave, and reduce child care costs.

She obviously has an intense hatred of the free market, and a love for all things that would give her and her government cronies ultimate power over others.

Hillary Clinton in her first 100 days would go a long way toward giving America a third Obama term, with an extra helping of socialism on the side.