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Creating the Toxic Atmosphere, Israel, and Iran Ballistic Tests

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posted on Apr, 19 2016 @ 07:01 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

The founder of Skybridge Capital has responded to the Bernie Sanders proposal to break up Wall Street and it's large banks by advising him to move to Cuba, obviously a suggestion that Bernie's ideas are better suited to a socialist or communist kind of country than to a capitalist free enterprise nation like the United States.

While I wouldn't express the above in such stark terms because I do think the Bern is sincere in his beliefs and has a right to his opinions as a candidate, I do agree completely that socialism as a system of government would be a disaster for America. Our country was founded on principles of free enterprise and incentive. Socialism kills incentive and will only result in causing small business and corporations to suffer diminished profits forcing lay offs and staff reductions. In turn, many people would then lose their jobs and increase an already difficult unemployment and/or under employment issue. We don't need another recession like 2008 or maybe even something worse like a depression.

Moreover, socialism as advocated by Sanders would significantly add to the escalating national debt such that our children and grandchildren will be paying it off with exorbitant interest for decades to come.

We owe our families, ourselves, and our country a much better legacy than that!




posted on Apr, 19 2016 @ 07:10 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per The Los Angeles Times, New York GOP voters are more moderate than Republican voters in many other states and that is likely why centrist moderate republican John Kasich may come in second in the N.Y. primary ahead of Ted Cruz when this fact is combined with the self inflicted damage Cruz caused to his own position with the now nefarious N.Y. Values Speech.



posted on Apr, 19 2016 @ 11:07 PM
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a reply to: Willtel

As per Politicus USA, John Kasich finished second in the N.Y. Republican Primary ahead of Ted Cruz, and although Trump won as expected on his home turf, neither he nor Cruz are yet on track to capture the requisite majority of delegates needed to win the nomination before the July Republican Convention in Cleveland.

The above result was the best Kasich could have realistically hoped to achieve in New York and he still plans to fight on to Cleveland and compete on the convention floor for delegates.



posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 08:16 AM
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a reply to:Muse7:

Hillary Clinton's decisive victory over Bernie Sanders in the New York Democratic Presidential Primary last night all but clinches the Democratic Party nomination for President and guarantees that there will not be a socialist candidate still running for the Oval Office in November.



posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 08:24 AM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per AP, John Kasich stated in a speech last night that no candidate, including Trump, is going to achieve the requisite number of delegates to clinch the Republican Presidential nomination prior to the convention in July despite Trump's victory in the N.Y. primary. The governor is in this race to stay!

Cruz's poor showing in the N.Y. Primary in which he finished third behind Trump and Kasich effectively precludes him from clinching the nomination prior to the convention as well.



posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to Cybercreig:

Per Forbes Magazine, Hillary Clinton's victory over Bernie Sanders in the N.Y. Democratic Presidential Primary must be deemed huge as she won 57% of the vote and took a large percentage of the delegates that were at stake.

She has also maintained the same large delegate advantage over Sanders overall, and the nomination is clearly within her grasp now.

It appears that the Big Apple will vote for Clinton in November regardless of who her Republican opponent turns out to be.

However Governor John Kasich would defeat her in the November Presidential Election in a close contest if he were to be the Republican nominee. Clinton would defeat Trump by around 10% and Cruz by around 4 to 6%.
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posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 12:42 PM
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a reply to:Wltell:

As per Newsweek Magazine, the take away from the New York Primary final results is that Clinton has the Democratic Party nomination wrapped up, and that Trump, while the Republican with the best chance to be nominated, still has some tough roads to travel because the republican battle for the nomination is far from over.

Although a Clinton v Trump contest is brewing, America should not have to choose between a potential dictator and an ingenuous liar who has been dishonest and untrustworthy for decades and who compiled a simply atrocious record as Obama's secretary of State.

America needs change and a new direction from a genuine respected President who governs from the center, respects our Constitution, unites the American people, and provides a strong national defense in cooperation with our NATO partners and world allies.

The Republican Convention should nominate the kind of president described above. The American people deserve no less.

I therefore endorse Governor John Kasich of Ohio as my choice for President of the United States!


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posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 01:35 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As per The Los Angeles Times, Donald Trump has yet to show that he has either the aptitude or the will to be anything but a polarizing figure in the Republican Party who cares more about brow beating and intimidating his opponents than engaging in any kind of meaningful discourse on the issues facing the country. He is more the playground elementary school bully than he is any kind of statesman.

Trump thrives on his ability to antagonize the entire Republican Party establishment, as well as anyone else who happens to take issue with him. He is divisive and abrasive in addition to often acting like an outright clown with an unbelievable penchant for gaffes.

Therefore with respect to the fight to win the Republican Party Presidential nomination, and as the great N.Y. Yankee baseball player, Yoggi Berra, used to say, "IT Ain't Over Till It's Over"!
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posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 03:46 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As per CNN News, Ted Cruz told Fox News "talking head" and misguided Trump supporter, Sean Hannity, that "The Donald" and his campaign don't know how to run a lemonade stand properly let alone how to run a grass roots Presidential campaign and delegate contest.

Cruz essentially told Trump to go learn how to do what needs to be done instead of just whining and complaining when things don't go his way.

While I'm certainly no fan of lying Ted Cruz, this time was one of the rare occasions he has told the truth, i.e. that Donald Trump is nothing more than a whining cry baby!



posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 04:56 PM
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a reply to:Muse7:

The R.N.C. is presently considering whether they would allow a "White Knight" candidate to emerge from the convention this Summer to accept the nomination if neither Trump, Cruz, or Kasich are able to snare the requisite majority of delegates after several ballots.

It is obvious that the party is still looking for ways to "Dump The Trump."



posted on Apr, 20 2016 @ 05:04 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per Reuters news, "ObamaCare" was rendered a huge blow today when United Healthcare Insurance Co. left the Obamacare Exchanges in all but a handful of states.

The Affordable Care Act needs to be repealed and replaced with something that will actually work for the American people and Obama is now looking at a potentially damaging blow to his so called legacy!

It's hard to feel sorry for this sad sack of a President!



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 11:02 AM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per Newsweek Magazine, John Kasich's team of political advisors see the Governor's second place finish in the New York Presidential Primary as a win because it sets him up to do well in upcoming primaries such as Connecticut, Maryland, and Pennsylvania where the more moderate voters who populate these states would be favorable to him going forward toward the republican nominating convention.

John Kasich is and he remains the best choice for America as he towers over the other candidates in his ability to work with Congress and by reason of his proven executive experience acquired during a successful term as the governor of an important Mid Western state.

Hopefully, his campaign advisors are correct and we will see Kasich scooping up more delegates so as to enforce the argument that Republicans should choose him as the best compromise candidate in July.

But the very best argument in support of his nomination is that Kasich is the only Republican who can defeat the totally untrustworthy Hillary Clinton in the Fall!
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posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 11:37 AM
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a reply to: Cybercreig:

Per Newsmax Magazine, Hillary Clinton will demolish Donald Trump in the general election this fall, and she can do it even from jail.

All kidding aside, and as much as America needs a much better better choice than these two, the very last thing anyone needs is the racist megalomaniac, Donald Trump!

It's about time the Republican Party realized that neither they nor America has to settle for Clinton when John Kasich is ready, willing, and able to serve as President. Nominate him!



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 12:25 PM
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i.e. a racist, fascist, and and a zenophobic megalomaniac egoist!


hahahaha.....and yet you support the most racist nation in the ME, Israel.



On an issue of this importance, moreover, neutrality toward America's most important partner in the M.E. is tantamount to being adverse to Israel,


Then you talk about Iran testing missiles...and yet no mention of Israel's nucleaar capabilities. Are you also a one of those fundy US christians that believes that the second temple should be rebuilt....etc...just asking



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 12:38 PM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight

It is a good thing Israel has nuclear capability given that Iran fully intends to carry out it's threat to wipe the Jewish state off the map one day. Israel's strong defense posture will hopefully convince Iran not to try!

I'm entitled to state my opinion as to Donald Trump and you're entitled to disagree with same. There are many who share my opinion but I fully respect the rights of those who do not.



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 03:40 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As per CNN News, John Kasich describes his appeal in terms of being favored by conservative democrats and independents which constitutes a much wider range of the voting public than those segments of the electorate who tend to favor his opponents, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.

The governor's argument that he has a potentially higher following among the general voting population is supported by every poll out there which unanimously finds Kasich defeating Clinton. On the other hand, Clinton utterly creams Trump and easily beats Cruz.

The Republican Party simply must nominate Kasich, the Governor argues, or they will be taken to the cleaners this Fall after Clinton wins by a landslide margin against his opponents. Wake up R.N.C.!



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 03:54 PM
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a reply to: Willtel:

Probably to mitigate the effects of his very poor third place finish in the N.Y. Republican Primary, Ted Cruz is now considering lowering his projected 19% Federal Sales Tax to somewhere in the 14% to 16% range. That kind of slight reduction in the tax will not avoid a near collapse in the retail sector of the stock market. The resulting damage to a significant segment of the nation's equities will have wide ranging and painful economic consequences affecting thousands of retail employees.
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posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 04:27 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per MSNBC, John Kasich is the only presidential candidate who wasn't mentioned on Time Magazines 100 most influential list.

That speaks volumes about our media obsessed celebrity and charisma driven culture which cares more for bottom line ratings and it's volume of subscribers than it does for the right of the American people to have all of the facts set forth before them in a clear unbiased fashion.

John Kasich has been the victim of media under exposure from the start of the current campaign and has therfore been placed at a serious disadvantage relative to the other candidates.

This is a shame because it is the American people who stand to be the most hurt by this media bias. John Kasich is simply the only remaining candidate with the ability to lead America forward on a true path toward peace and prosperity in a dangerous world. Indeed the country deserves every opportunity to hear what he has to say!



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 08:41 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As per Investment Business Daily, The State Department appears to be involved in an active cover up of the Hillary Clinton private e-mail scandal.

If such a cover up proves to be true, it would be fair to suspect that President Obama is an integral part of same so that he can be sure the person most apt to continue his policies will be his successor in office.



posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 10:49 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As Per Newsmax, House speaker Paul Ryan has been sending many e-mails to republican recipients that sound much like campaign flyers leading many to speculate that he plans on becoming the Republican Party nominee for President at the convention in July.

Despite his previous statements that we will not accept a draft at the convention, Ryan's recent behavior indicates that he may just be planning on being the party's "White knight" after all if Trump and Cruz don't make it and if Kasich is unable to convince delegates that he is the only candidate who can win in November.

Things are starting to get interesting!
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