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It’s Going To Be A Hair-Raising 2016 U.S. Presidential Race

imageWASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles) – When she concluded her closing statement during the last Democratic Presidential Debate earlier this month, Hillary Clinton wished the American voters: ‘May the Force be with you!”

Pandering to the millions of Star Wars fans, Clinton may just have found the magic bullet to clinch her party’s nomination.

There could not have been a more perfect timing for her remarks.  It came as the latest Star Wars film opened in theaters nationwide.

Riding on the momentum that won over millions of voters, the Clinton campaign just released a new official photo of the former Secretary of State, wearing a new hair style that mimics that of Star Wars’  Princess Leia.

The ‘new look’  all but pits Clinton with the presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, whose hair style has been the subject of jokes and ridicule.

We all look forward to a hair-raising political campaign for the general elections between Trump and Clinton.


imageMANCHESTER, New Hampshire (The Adobo Chronicles) – Hillary Clinton’s performance at tonight’s Democratic presidential debate in New Hamphire may have convinced Democratic voters that she would be the best party nominee for president of the United States, but her closing statement may have won for her the  votesd to win in the general election.

Clinton ended her closing statement with ‘May the Force be with You.’

With that, she won the votes of millions of Star Wars fans — Democrats and Republicans alike, assuring her of victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.

All major networks have just called the election in favor of Clinton.


imageWASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles) – While Americans were camping out in movie theaters nationwide to be among the first to see ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ President  Barack Obama signed new legislation that would discriminate against human beings — including U.S. citizens — based on national origin and travel history.

Both Houses of Congress approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill intended to keep government services funded through September 2016. Tucked into this omnibus legislation are provisions that could undermine, on the basis of personal heritage, the ability of many American citizens to travel visa-free to countries in Europe and east Asia.

For more than 25 years, the Visa Waiver Program has allowed people from a select list of 38 countries to travel to the U.S. without a visa. Those countries, in turn, must reciprocate, allowing Americans the same privilege on their own soil. Congress voted to change the deal: People coming from countries covered under the Visa Waiver Program, including people who are citizens of those countries, will now need to get a visa if they are determined to be nationals of Iran, Iraq, Sudan, and Syria, or if they have visited those countries since 2011.

So, if you’re a citizen of Germany whose parents were born in Sudan, or if you are a Japanese citizen who has previously travelled to Iran for business or tourism, then you would need a visa to visit the United States and will no longer be covered under the U.S. Visa. Waiver Program.

If you are an American citizen and a national of the above-named countries, you may soon face retaliatory travel restrictions when visiting friends and family abroad.

The visa wars have begun, and neither Dath Vadar nor Princess Leia could stop it.