Hillary Clinton launched her strongest attacks yet at Donald Trump Monday in a speech for the annual Service Employees International Union convention. In what many pundits are calling a preview of the general election (guys…it’s started already…wake up), Clinton took sharp aim at Trump’s business success story.

“He could bankrupt America like he’s bankrupted his companies,” said the woman who has never actually tried to start a business. “Ask yourself: how could anybody lose money running a casino?”

As far as applause-lines go, that’s not a bad one, but it certainly opens her up for some fairly obvious retorts. Where is Hillary’s record of casino success? Where has she ever generated a profit (other than for herself, using illegal means)? Where, quite frankly, has she ever achieved anything without riding her husband’s coattails? Where would Hillary Rodham be without Bill Clinton?

But she wasn’t finished.

“What kind of country would we be if we let Donald Trump rip our families apart?” she asked, moving into the I’m For Amnesty part of her speech. “We have to reject this wrong vision for America with a strong, clear voice.”

Instead, we must embrace Hillary/Obama’s vision for an America without borders. An America where anything goes, as long as you aren’t one of those evil, white, Christian native-born citizens. We hate those people, don’t we? Yaaaaaayyyy.

You know, it’s kind of a shame how many people are trudging around with their heads hung low, talking about the “lesser of two evils.” If you have an opinion about the direction of this country, you should not be complaining about your choices this year. The contrast could hardly be greater. We’re talking about two completely opposite directions here: Hillary’s amnesty/gun control/abortion on demand/blind interventionism/crony capitalism/endless scandal or Trump’s defense of the Second Amendment/defense of borders/defense of laws/America First plan of attack.

This election is bound to get nasty, but forget about all of that for a second. Just choose. Left or right. That’s all that matters.

It shouldn’t be tough. Not this time.