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The following column first appeared on TheHill. I made one of the most difficult decisions of my life — not just political, but also personal — on Sunday night. Why did I say this?
Not for any small reason. I am now convinced that we will be facing the very real possibility of a constitutional crisis with many dimensions and deleterious consequences should Secretary Clinton win the election.
In the best case scenario, there will be at the very least a criminal investigation of president-elect Clinton. And there will be a criminal investigation of Huma Abedin, which is apparently ongoing. Furthermore, there will be potential investigations into the actions of the Justice Department and most of all the FBI and its director, James Comey.
After the past eight years wherein America has become progressively more and more divided and a campaign season that has magnified these divisions, I fear for that we will not be able to withstand this kind of continued scandal.
Donald Trump likes to say that the Clinton email scandal is worse than Watergate. I remember Watergate very well. What troubled me most, other than the crimes committed, was that the United States was paralyzed and unable to act. President Nixon and the government were rendered impotent, unable to govern and meet its responsibilities to the American public.
I worry that the same thing could happen after a victory by Secretary Clinton and could carry on into her term of office. There will be no goodwill or honeymoon period for Clinton. Her first days agenda will take a backseat to partisan divisions and polarization with little chance of constructive legislative action occurring.
We have seen that a hyper-partisan, gridlocked Washington is bad for the country.
Further, Russian President Vladimir Putin said tongue-in-cheek that we are not a banana republic. Our national security will continue to be jeopardized by ongoing investigations by the FBI, and potentially the Justice Department and Congress, putting us at immediate risk of more assertive actions in Europe, Middle East and Asia by the Russians and Chinese.
Moreover, we simply cannot face a situation where the president elect may need or want a pardon from the president to govern. Or worse yet, need to pardon herself after she takes office. However, in good conscience, and as a Democrat, I am actively doubting whether I can vote for the Secretary of State.
I also want to make clear that I cannot vote for Donald Trump as his world view and mine are very different. I remain a Democrat and proud of the work I did for six years for President Bill Clinton between and and I write with extreme sadness.
But I cannot in the waning days of the election make the case that Secretary Clinton should be elected. I still share her worldview and am much closer to her approach to policies than I am to Donald Trump.
That said, with America facing a potential constitutional crisis after her election, I am not able, under the circumstances we are now facing, to vote for Secretary Clinton.I M A Banana And Proud Of It Wayson Choy. Wayson Choy was born in He is a Chinese, but born Canadian. He spent his childhood in Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Choy is the novelist, memoirist and short-story writer. He attended the University of British Columbia where he studied creative writing under tutelage of Early Birney. I'm so proud of all of these people and of my team. We really believe in what we do and we believe in love and working together and shining light as much as possible.
We believe in unity and diversity and strength and freedom. Banana Pudding Bundt Cake is a cake worth obsessing over. Just ask Lucy!
My 2 year old, Lucy, is obsessed with cake. My son who is 10 couldn’t really care less about cake. He loves brownies and candy and the occasional doughnut, but he just doesn’t flip out about all sweets like I do. I don’t discriminate – he and my husband, however, have very strict restrictions on what desserts they will and will not eat.
In Choy's "Im a Banana and Proud of It," he uses his personal background and history to turn an awkward topic on racial labels and ethnic nicknames into a lively discussion.
He narrates his background at the beginning of the essay in order to attract his target audience--Chinese Canadian to read this essay.3/5(3). Nov 13, · I’m So Proud of You.
October 28, Strawberry Banana Mimosas. February 14, It’s Galentine’s Day! Galentine’s Day is just like Valentine’s Day, except you celebrate with your friends.
I mean do you really need a reason to hang out with your friends? To celebrate, I made strawberry banana mimosas, and they were. I am still a socialist. My words and action are not insincere just because I have a desirable postcode to go back to and a quality bottle of shiraz (by quality I mean £).