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Creating the Toxic Atmosphere, Israel, and Iran Ballistic Tests

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posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 01:47 PM
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a reply to:CyberCreig:

Per The Los Angeles Times, Marco Rubio has again stated that he will not be a Vice Presidential candidate this year and absolutely doesn't wish to be! He wants only to continue to serve as a United States Senator.

Rubio also stated that Donald Trump has no legitimate right to complain about the Republican Party's delegate selection process or about their Convention Rules, all of which are long standing and well known. He indicates that political parties have always had the right to decide how they will choose delegates to nominate one of the candidates running for President, or to choose or draft a different candidate during a contested convention process. He called Trump's remarks and complaints concerning same ridiculous.

I couldn't agree more! Play the "sour grapes" game all you want, Mr. "Bully Buffoon". But, go study the Party Rules, do your homework and while you're at it, also try to learn some elementary Civics and something about the way our Congress operates as well!
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posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 03:20 PM
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a reply to: Gazroc:

Per Business Insider, Donald Trump would have an even greater negative impact on M&A activity in that sector of the stock market than even would the avowed socialist candidate, Bernie Sanders. The M&A sector concerns those companies that specialize in acquisitions of and mergers with other like companies.

Trump has also been said to likely cause a 50% drop in the stock market overall if he is elected president. His economic policies would simply not work and his proposed tariffs on foreign countries and the resulting trade wars would be a disaster.

These are a few factors the people of N.Y. should bear in mind when they go to the polls to vote in the upcoming N.Y. Republican Presidential primary. In this regard it should also be noted that Business Insider concludes that John Kasich would not have a negative impact on the stock market and the Ohio governor has always been a free trader!



posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 05:57 PM
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a reply to :Gazroc:

As per Newsmax, John Kasich is the candidate who would combine a centrist conservative approach to governing with empathy toward others both in our country and toward our neighbors. He would be inclusive and unite the country while balancing the budget within the structure of a fair and balanced tax structure. He would also be able to work successfully with Congress so as to be able to plan and execute a sound economic plan together with a realistic policy to protect the American people within a strong national defense. One that will provide the coalition with NATO and Sunni Muslims needed to defeat Isis.

He is the candidate Paul Ryan described without mentioning any specific individual when the House Speaker, himself, made it very clear that he would not seek or accept the nomination during what is now a probable brokered convention in July.

In my opinion, Governor Kasich would be the perfect compromise candidate who would defeat lying Hillary, save the Republican party, and, much more importantly, would unite all Americans on a path toward a brighter and better future for our nation!



posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 11:04 AM
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a reply to:Muse7:

Per M.S.N.B.C, Donald Trump has the worst unfavorability rating in American History among persons running for President of the United States, and he also has the second worst unfavorability rating of any person at all, beaten out for that distinction by none other than the former grand wizard of the KKK, David Duke, who has endorsed Trump's candidacy!
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posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 12:10 PM
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posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 12:21 PM
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a reply to: Crazywater:

Per Capital Hill Blue, the American people find Donald Trump ill mannered to the extreme and call him "crude and rude"!

Wish that was all that is wrong with this racist megalomaniac and bully, who has absolutely no credentials whatsoever to be a presidential candidate in a country where democracy and freedom of speech are an established and cherished way of life!



posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 03:17 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per Business Insider, the N.Y. Democratic Presidential Primary is the last chance for socialist candidate Bernie Sanders to realistically continue to challenge the front runner, Hillary Clinton, for the Democratic Party Presidential nomination.

As Clinton has significantly increased her lead over Sanders there, it appears that Hillary will now have a clear path to the Democratic party Presidential nomination.

The latest CBS polls indicate that Clinton will easily beat Trump by 10% in the popular vote in November with a landslide margin of some 425 Electoral College votes. While the poll also shows Cruz losing to Clinton, the margin of victory would be smaller.

Only John Kasich, the Republican Moderate, would defeat the architect of the Benghazy and private server e-mail scandals!
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posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 03:37 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per Business Insider, Ted Cruz's 10% across the board flat income tax would reduce the nation's tax revenue by 8.6 trillion dollars over the course of a decade and only around 7% of the tax relief it provides would go to those middle class income tax payers most in need of tax relief.

"All that glitters isn't gold" and lying Ted Cruz is anything but gold for America!

Furthermore, lying Ted promises that his plan will result in 5% G.D.P. growth per year in our economy, which is something that hasn't happened here for years, and won't happen with the Cruz plan either. There will only be less revenue with which run the government and that will have to be supplemented with a huge 19% Federal Sales Tax if Congress is willing to authorize same.
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posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 04:02 PM
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a reply to:CrazyWater:

As per the A.P., eight out of every 10 Americans are upset with the Federal Government and that condition lies at the feet of President Obama's policies. That number of people constitutes a lot of disgruntled unhappy folks in the electorate who were prone to believe in Trump's false promises to make things better for them.

It becomes easy to see how the left extremist monster Obama created the right extremist monster Trump!



posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 05:08 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As Per CNN, Bernie Sanders is taking the position that Israel has recently used disproportionate force in responding to Hamas rocket fire from the Gaza and also says that it is time the U.S. take a more even handed look at the Palestinian conflict which he describes is too much Israeli oriented presently.

This is the very opposite viewpoint one would have expected from Sanders but then he really hasn't stated his position on this issue until now.

If there was any chance Sanders might have closed the gap with Hillary in the N.Y. Democratic primary, this eliminates same and Clinton will win a huge share of Democratic primary delegates in the "BiG Apple" now for sure! And rightly so because Sanders would ruin our country economically for decades to come with his rank socialism and "Robin Hood" approach to government were he ever to become President.

Moreover, when the only democracy in the entire M.E. needs America's aid and support the most to defend itself from Hamas rocket attacks and Iranian nuclear threats, the last thing she needs and the last thing America needs is Bernie Sanders!!
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posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 01:01 AM
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A reply to CrazyWater:

As Per the Boston Globe, John Kasich told Chris Mathews of MSNBC that he was still in the race because he wanted to give America hope and unite the nation thereby offering an alternative to those who had nothing to offer except to play on fears and to divide America.

Governor Kasich's record in Ohio clearly establishes his credentials to serve as President of the United States and he stands head and shoulders above the other two Republicans still running for the office, the racist demagogue, Trump and the ultra Conservative Tea Party man, lying Ted Cruz.

He also stands head and shoulders above the Democratic Party candidates running for the office, Hillary lying Clinton, and Bernie Socialist Sanders.

Hopefully the voters in the N.Y. Republican Primary will cast their votes for Governor John Kasich, our country's best hope for a better tomorrow, especially because Polls clearly show that he is the only Republican candidate who will defeat Hillary Clinton in November!







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posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 01:16 AM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per Business Insider, permanent White House Staffers say that Hillary Clinton is paranoid and that serving Donald Trump would be a disaster. These are the persons who actually work in the White House on a permanent basis.

See my blog entitled "Trump v Clinton, How About neither of Them" for further thoughts on this issue.



posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 08:23 AM
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a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

Per Business Insider, Donald Trump is planning his exit strategy in case the Republican Presidential Nomination is denied to him in a brokered National Convention In Cleveland this July.

That exit strategy is to protect his brand and appear as if the nomination was stolen from him by "ridiculous rules" formulated by the R.N.C. and designed to deprive the public the "glory of his presence". This exit strategy was also chosen to avoid Trump looking like he blew it and chocked out in the end.

In other words, SOUR GRAPES! These rules were in place a long while ago and they apply to all of the candidates, not just to Trump's candidacy. Once again this petulant adolescent and playground bully would rather shift accountability to the R.N.C. than take responsibility for his own failure to do his homework and prepare properly for the presidential race!


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posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 09:16 AM
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a reply to:AVoiceOfReason:

Per The Street, Bernie Sanders , like Donald Trump, is complaining that he is the victim of huge donors playing tricks on him in order to unfairly deny him the presidential nomination he seeks.

But "sour grapes" isn't the only thing these two have in common. They would both be an utter disaster for America and for entirely different reasons, one from the extreme right, and the other from the extreme left. Potential right wing fascist racist dictator, or rank socialist? Pick your poison.

Or reject BOTH of them, don't accept lying disingenuous Hillary scandal ridden Clinton, and elect Gov. John Kasich President of the United States. After all, Kasich just happens to be the best qualified for the job by reason of integrity, temperament, experience, a proven track record with executive experience, and ability to get things done and unite the nation.



posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 09:59 AM
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a reply to :CrazyWater:

Per Market Watch, a Wall Street Journal/ NBC News Poll shows that both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party front runners for President, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are becoming increasingly unpopular with the general public, and Trump is becoming the most unpopular.

This is only as it should be since each one of them have a very hard time with the truth!



posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 11:08 AM
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a reply to Gazroc:

Per Politico, on Saturday, Donald Trump once again got slaughtered in the battle for delegates as he was drubbed in Georgia, Wyoming ,South Carolina, Kansas, and Florida state conventions picking up only around a dozen delegates while Ted Cruz, far better organized, scooped up fifty more delegates.

The above significantly undermines the chances of Trump being able to reach majority prior to the Republican Convention in July.

Cruz will also be unable to reach majority before the convention.

All of the above increases the chance Kasich could still be the Republican compromise candidate of choice.



posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 11:22 AM
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a reply to: Gazroc:

When are we going to see Trump's tax returns??

Guess he doesn't want it advertised that he hasn't given anything to charity in quite some time. But he has given plenty to politicians because it is good for business. His business perhaps, but not for the business of America!



posted on Apr, 18 2016 @ 10:34 AM
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a reply to: Willtell:

Per the Fiscal Times, Donald Trump threatened the R.N.C. with a rough July at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland if he doesn't get the Republican Party nomination for President.

More 'sour grapes" and part of a strategy to save face and preserve his brand in advance if he is denied the nomination this Summer, by blaming the rules and the party for his own failure. He could have properly prepared for the presidential campaign by simply familiarizing himself with rules that were there to be studied a year ago and which apply to all the republican candidates equally, and not just to Trump.



posted on Apr, 18 2016 @ 10:58 AM
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a reply to: Willtell:

Per Business Insider Magazine, Ted Cruz says he absolutely will not serve on any ticket as a Veep with Trump should The Donald emerge as the republican presidential nominee.

The rift between these two is continuing to widen which can only work to the advantage of John Kasich while Trump and Cruz continue to block each other from reaching a delegate majority prior to the convention in July.



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