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Creating the Toxic Atmosphere, Israel, and Iran Ballistic Tests

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posted on Apr, 12 2016 @ 12:15 PM
a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per The Washington Post, the Republican Party knows that Hillary Clinton is not going to be prosecuted for the use of a private e-mail server, but they just aren't able to come out and say so.

The Republican nominee is simply going to have to face Clinton in November, and given her double digit lead in the N.Y. Democratic Presidential primary, Hillary's only rival for the Democratic Party nomination, Bernie Sanders, now has virtually no chance to overtake her.

Whereas the above is bad news for both Trump and Cruz, John Kasich need not see these circumstances as a huge obstacle because he is the only one who can beat Hillary. The Republicans ,therefore, simply MUST turn to him as their choice in a likely contested convention in July.

posted on Apr, 12 2016 @ 12:31 PM
a reply to: Cybercreig:

Gov. John Kasich, as per the Washington Post, has criticized both Trump and Cruz for offering the American people nothing more than "a path toward darkness."

Eloquently stated, Governor Kasich, and oh so true!

posted on Apr, 12 2016 @ 01:24 PM
a reply to:Cybercreig:

John Kasich is seeing larger and more enthusiastic crowds at his rallies together with a surge of support in N.Y. Also more young voters seem to be turning on to his positive message of unity, honesty, integrity, experience in government, excellent leadership skills, and a proven track record. Perhaps realizing that their candidate, Sanders, is just not going to beat out the ingenuous Clinton for the Democratic Party nomination, these younger voters see a kind family oriented gentleman who sincerely wants to restore America to it's greatness while reaching out to all of our people regardless of their faith, race, skin color , or of their present or previous status as immigrants.

Kasich's message surely would have caught on a long time ago but for the talking heads in the media giving all the exposure to Trump in order to increase their T.V. and radio ratings with a celebrity obsessed entertainment is everything obsessed public.

John Kasich is the only candidate running for President today who can do what John F. Kennedy promised and tried to do so many years ago, "to get America moving again."
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posted on Apr, 12 2016 @ 11:29 PM
a reply to: CrazyWater:

John Kasich, in a speech in N.Y., stated that Donald Trump plays on the fears and anger of people in order to satisfy his insatiable ego driven lust for power. He says further that Trump as well as Ted Cruz will ultimately drive America into a ditch and will certainly NOT make America great again!

In addition The Ohio governor categorically stated that under no circumstances would he ever accept any invitation to serve on a ticket as Donald Trump's Veep. and again repeated the fact that Trump could never defeat Hillary Clinton in the general election.

posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 12:00 AM
A reply to CyberCreig:

John Kasich has the executive experience to be president of the United States by virtue of his success as governor of Ohio where he lowered taxes and balanced budgets. The governorship of an important state is the best experience for our nation's chief executive one can have, and Kasich has a proven track record in this regard ,as well as prior experience working with Congress, reaching across the aisle, and avoiding gridlock so that necessary legislation can be passed.

Furthermore, he has the respect of our world partners, an understanding of international politics and relationships, and the ability to unify the country and get things done in a positive way.

Governor Kasich is a free trader and understands how to grow the American economy and, at the same time, he has the knowledge and experience to develop a successful plan to strengthen our national defense.

Unlike the ego driven Donald Trump, Kasich has both the temperament and demeanor to be a respected and admired as well as successful President of the United States with the ability to defeat Hillary Clinton in the Fall.

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posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 12:06 PM
a reply to:CrazyWater:

A majority of the young women in America have the opinion that Donald Trump is just plain "scary" as per "The Hill Magazine."

Unfortunately, this megalomaniac narcissist and demagogic racist is a lot worse than scary. He is a fascist dictator in the making and utterly intolerable both as a human being and as a candidate for the Presidency of the United States.

Hopefully the good people of N.Y. will reject Trump at their upcoming Republican Primary and vote for the only remaining candidate in the race who is qualified to be POTUS, Governor John Kasich of Ohio! And an excellent President he would be!!

posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 12:46 PM
a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

Per The Washington Post, if Trump can't win the Republican Party nomination on the first ballot at the convention in Cleveland, Ted Cruz will block Trump out at the end of the second ballot based on commitments from Trump delegates that they will switch from Trump to Cruz during the second ballot voting process.

If Cruz has failed to reach majority by the conclusion of second ballot voting, then the convention could turn to any one of the candidates who previously participated in the primaries such as Carly Fiorina or Marco Rubio, etc., or more likely they would nominate Gov. John Kasich of Ohio who would be the only viable remaining current candidate still running other than Cruz. And It is already well known that the R.N.C. doesn't want Cruz, or Trump, to be the party's nominee.

Even if it takes all of the above to play out, IMHO, the convention should choose Kasich, clearly the finest person out there to guide our country forward in these most troubling of times!

posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 12:55 PM
a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

There have been some allegations and rumors of death threats from some Trump supporters amid growing speculation that a contested Republican Presidential Convention in July will choose someone other than Trump as their nominee.

Let's hope the above turns out to be nothing more than mere rumors and allegations! This election process has already reached low enough depths as it stands now!

posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 01:40 PM
a reply to: Cybercreig:

Per "Paste Monthly Magazine", there is a way, though far fetched, by which the republicans can still beat Hillary Clinton and take the White House back in November. It is quite clear than Trump and Cruz cannot beat Clinton and that Kasich is the only candidate who can do so if he is nominated.

But if Trump is denied the nomination and Cruz can't make it either, Trump could mount a third party effort driven by his massive ego.

If the House of representatives remains republican controlled and a Trump engineered third party effort denies Clinton the requisite 270 electoral college majority needed to elect her President, the whole thing would have to be decided by the House of Representatives. If Republican controlled, the House would naturally choose a Republican. And the most likely candidate they would elect is John Kasich.

Current polls indicate Kasich would beat Clinton anyway even without the above unlikely convoluted process, but some feel perhaps Kasich would not beat Hillary given his lower relative vote totals in the primaries to date. The above process would make sure the nominee would probably be Kasich!

And Kasich is the man America needs now!

posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 04:30 PM
a reply to: [post=20601191]Muse7:

Per Forbes Magazine, President Obama's miserable administration will unleash a barrage of White House and regulatory agency rules affecting overtime, unionization, the environment, and finance which will, in turn, adversely affect small businesses and free enterprise and likely result in an under performing economy.

Looks like our lame duck and ineffective chief executive will try to get his last word in right to the end!

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:26 AM
a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per Quartz Magazine, John Kasich beats Hillary Clinton in November with 303 electoral votes, ironically around the same margin of victory as John F. Kennedy had in 1960 against Richard Nixon.

Quartz also confirms recent polls showing both Trump as well as Cruz being demolished in the electoral college in November by Clinton with Hillary taking virtually every swing state necessary to win the election and acquiring over 400 electoral votes. That would constitute a huge electoral landslide.

The same polls, per Quartz, show Kasich winning over Clinton because the moderate centrist republican would cut deeply into Clinton's Democratic base and acquire the votes of many independents as well.

If Kasich can just get the nomination at the likely contested Republican convention in July, he'll be the next President in all probability. And he should be since, by a wide margin, he is the best man!

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:56 AM
a reply to Cybercreig:

Per The Boston Globe, while Donald Trump would be an absolute disaster as President, it must not be forgotten that Ted Cruz would be an almost equal disaster and even apocalyptic.

Cruz is a person of noxious ambition with archaic views and an ill informed grasp of civil rights.

In addition, his plan to carpet bomb the M.E. would not work and is both inhumane and in violation of international law. Military experts are totally against this plan as an effective way to defeat Isis.

Ted Cruz belongs to the "tea party" wing of the Republican party and beholding to them and to evangelicals.

His flat tax plan would fail to raise the necessary revenue to run the country and he will impose a 19% federal sales tax to supplement the flat tax in addition to a tax increase on middle class senior citizens' income taxes. He is disingenuous and sneaky. The R.N.C. dislikes him as much as they do Trump. He would cause our economy to badly under perform.

Once again, John Kasich is really the ONLY right choice to lead America today!

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 10:58 AM
a reply to:Muse7:

The message is getting out in New York prior to their Republican Primary. A massive rally is planned in the heart of town which will protest "creeping Trumpism." It is anticipated that thousands may be at the protest.

It is about time. This man must be denied any chance to become President of the United States. Hopefully this protest will have an impact on the primary results there and lower the number of N.Y. delegates that go to Trump.

It is urged that as many New Yorkers as possible will attend the protest rally and will also vote against Trump as well as against Cruz in the forthcoming primary.

John Kasich, now in second place in the N.Y. primary polls, can possibly gain more ground on Trump as well as on Cruz in light of the foregoing!
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posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 12:35 PM
a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

As per The Washington Post, the G.O.P. convention in July will be Donald Trump's "Waterloo" due to his incompetence in the delegate selection process.

So be it, but I'm more concerned about his incompetence as a candidate for the presidency.

The latest indicators suggest Trump will lose at a brokered convention, and we can thank the excessive media exposure that Trump has received for allowing his candidacy to get as far as it has!

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 02:08 PM
a reply to: Muse7:

Even one of Trump's most staunch supporters, the chief Fox News talking head, Bill O'Reilly, now admits that if Trump is nominated, he and the entire Republican Party will be utterly slaughtered in the November Presidential General Election. Even old Bill can't "spin" the Trump out of this one!

The talking heads have only themselves to blame because with more exposure given to John Kasich, America would have had a much better chance to see the right person in the White House next January 20th, and there would continue to be a viable Republican Party going forward.

Hillary "ingenuous" Clinton owes Bill and some of his media friends a large bottle of the world's very best champagne!

Go sell some more of your books, Bill!

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 02:27 PM
a reply to :Nifflehome:

While election reform is certainly something our country truly needs, what is needed even more is the day when civility, character, integrity, the absence of corruption, and true sincerity are given the high priority they deserve in a candidate for President of the United States.

If the above were the case today, we'd be looking at the imminent nomination of John Kasich for POTUS, and not at a potential Trump v Clinton or Cruz v Clinton general election in November.

posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 12:22 AM
a reply to: Nifflehome:

Per the Fiscal Times, if either of the leading candidates for the Republican Presidential nomination, Trump or Cruz, gets the nod at the Republican convention taking place in Cleveland this Summer, his "day in the sun" will be very short lived as Hillary Clinton will defeat either one of them in the general election, and her margin of victory over Trump will be huge.

Bernie Sanders would also beat both Trump or Cruz in the general election, but it is very unlikely he'll be able to beat out Hillary for the Democratic Party nomination, especially with the number of Super Delegates in Clinton's camp.

Hillary is only vulnerable to John Kasich, losing to him in a close race in November, if the Ohio governor can secure the nomination on a late ballot in a brokered Republican Convention in Cleveland in July.

posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 11:55 AM
a reply to: Gazroc:

Donald Trump threatens the liberal values of Europeans, particularly in England, and Americans traveling abroad often are asked to explain his crazy antics and boorish manner when conversing with people they meet there.

We deserve to have pride in our chief executive and should not need to field questions about what kind of a country we have in that so many folks here have voted for this buffoon!

John Kasich would be a President Americans could be proud to call their Chief Executive and he has the greatest admiration from our European allies. His courteous and respectful manner would serve as an excellent role model for our country, as well as for our children and grandchildren.

No one would ever refer to Governor Kasich as a buffoon or a as a boor.
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posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 12:09 PM
a reply to: Gazroc:

As per the Washington Post, Donald Trump's unfavorable ratings are so unspeakably awful that he is regarded as a "Zomby Candidate." And Cruz doesn't do much better.

John Kasich stands head and shoulders in stature over both the buffoon and racist megalomaniac, Trump, and over the right wing extremist, Cruz.

posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 12:31 PM
a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per The Washington Post, Donald Trump wants to make America a "banana republic" when he calls for brutish mayhem and personal harm against those delegates who seek to deny him the Republican Party Presidential nomination.

Trump has known about the delegate selection process and the rules in place at the convention for a good year and only now complains about these rules as he he realizes things are not going very well for him.

"The Donald" knows he could easily lose out to another candidate during later ballots at what increasingly looks to be a brokered Republican Convention in July.
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