Tonight, Clinton and Trump will bore America with their daddy issues. Here’s what a real presidential candidate would say.
You get to make the choice.
By Brandy C. Newbold, Cthulhu for America, East Coast Communications Director
Throughout this campaign, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have laid out the same old out-of-touch crap you hear every four years. Sure they say they’ll change the future of America, but 60% of Americans don’t believe a word they say. And on Wednesday night, they’ll meet, not to debate that future, but to put their bloated egos on display one last time.
On one tentacle, there’s Donald Trump’s world, full of gold-leafed facades and fast talking hucksterism. He wants to grab the world by the giant Mexico wall and erect his name on it, in gaudy lights.
On the other tentacle, there’s Hillary Clinton’s world, full of pompous elite propagandists and entitled lawlessness. She craves the established presidency by any means necessary.
Thankfully, there’s another option—a world that looks upon the disappointing end result of the 240-year old promise of our country and declares they’d rather be dead than live with the shame. A promise of freedom, liberty and equality that every single person, no matter where they come from, who they love, or what they look like, will be fulfilled when Cthulhu rises up to consume us all.
That’s the vision Cthulhu spoke about during the second presidential debate—an America that is great, not because of some meaningless platitude of “good” but of strength and power.