No, It Is Not the Orange Way Or No Way

Trump is trying to do to the Nation what he has done to small businesses across the country. He is attempting to force his deal down our throats. Donald Trump has a history of making great propositions, pulling people in with what appear to be fair, reasonable, even profitable agreements and once he gets what he wants, he changes the rules. He calls them in and tells them he is not going to pay them what he agreed. Trump, and his team of lawyers proceed to explain that this small businessman can either take half, or less, of what was agreed to and be happy about it, or Trump will pay him nothing and tie it all up in litigation for years. The small businessman, who doesn’t have the monetary means to pay lawyers for years of litigation, and who needs to pay those who work for him, is coerced into accepting Trump’s terms because it is the only path forward. He just has to cut his losses so he can move on.

Trump’s talk of a rigged election is his way of justifying not accepting the outcome. And now, he has made it abundantly clear he does not plan to accept defeat graciously if he loses the election. Instead, he is positioning himself, and in fact telegraphing to the country and the world, that he either gets his way, or no one wins. He is telling the American people that if he doesn’t win, then he is prepared to make it so that no one does and undermine the transition of power from one president to the next. He will attempt to throw it into litigation for an indeterminate length of time. Oh, but America, you can avoid all of that. All you have to do is give The Donald what he wants. If you vote for him, then you don’t have to worry about him holding the presidency hostage. That’s the Art of the Deal, so to speak.

This is the essence of his refusing to accept the outcome of our election, a temper tantrum meant to bully people into just accepting him on his terms. Of course, it makes sense. This is a tactic which has worked for him over and over again. He is used to using his money and power (and lawyers) to intimidate and take advantage of others.

But Donald, the Presidency of the United States of America is not a position you can bully your way into. You cannot hold it hostage in lawsuits. Your thinly veiled threat is an indecent proposal that should even shame you, if you understand that emotion. In the end, you will not only go into the bowels of history as the most petulant, vile man to ever run for the office of Commander in Chief, but as the worst loser in history. In the meantime, while you are waving your fists screaming about how unfair it all is, how the election (like so many other things in your life that didn’t go your way) was rigged against you, we will move on.

But you won’t have much time to grieve, as you have a fraud and racketeering case to attend to on November 28, and then a child rape case in December.

Vote! Your voice is important. It is your right and your duty.

We are One Woman, One World.

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Ann Lavendar is an author of Children's books, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction. She lives in Southern California with her family and fur babies and enjoys the mountain views from her writing habitat. She is a Texas Tech Alumni. Guns up! Ann has worked in the industry more than two decades with publications in magazines, newspapers, and textbooks world wide and multiple books available in print and eBook formats. She organized youth writing programs and conferences in West Texas and was the third director of the Write Right Critique Group, located in Lubbock, Texas, an organization recognized by and featured in Writers' Digest. She has also worked as an editor, including presently with LeeLoo Publishing. She has been the Literacy Day featured author for Sam's Club and Walmart and has been an invited speaker and taught workshops at multiple writers' conventions. Ann taught creative writing for adults as part of the community outreach program. Check out her work day blog Daily Write! right here on goodreads! Ann Lavendar also is an avid supporter of equal and civil rights, pushing awareness, calls to action, and encouraging legislative development in the United States and abroad. Her blog, Lavendar Thoughts, tackles issues which have direct impact on the progress of civil and human rights. She believes every person has the right to grow to their full and best potential.

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