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Creating the Toxic Atmosphere, Israel, and Iran Ballistic Tests

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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 12:59 AM
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a reply to:Muse7:

As per Bloomberg News, the Kasich and Crux campaigns have decided to play in certain states and avoid campaigning in others in a joint cooperative effort to stop Trump from reaching majority before the July convention.

For example, Kasich is already secure of his delegate position in the mid western state of Indiana and therefore won't compete there leaving Cruz a path in that state to secure delegates, while Cruz won't compete where he is already strong in Oregon and new Mexico leaving Kasich a clear path to secure delegates in those western states.

By employing this strategy, Kasich and Cruz can stop dividing the anti Trump vote and lessen Trump's chances of achieving a delegate majority. It is especially important to keep Trump from securing the winner take all Indiana primary.

If this plan is successful, the chances the party would turn to Kasich or Cruz on the second ballot increase, but it is Kasich who most likely would get the nomination because the R.N.C. knows Cruz would lose to Hillary Clinton and that Kasich would beat Hillary!

Since Kasich is the best man for the Presidency of all remaining candidates and his only chance for the nomination is to stop Trump, I'm much in favor of this strategy and it just might work.




posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 09:21 AM
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a reply to:Cybercreig:

As per Business Insider, Trump says that if he loses, we'll never see him again. We shouldn't expect any kind of gracious exit or concession speech from him.

Never again is still too soon to see this miserable excuse for a human being again! He deserves nothing less than a total disappearance into the abyss of oblivion!
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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 09:45 AM
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a reply to:Crazywater:

As per Reuters News, 80% of the United States Senate has sent a formal letter to President Obama to increase aid to Israel. It is about time in my opinion!

Obama had better do as the Senate advises and he had better do it NOW. Israel is under siege from both the PLO and Hamas terrorists and more Jews are being killed on an almost daily basis including children and tourists in Jerusalem.

In addition, Israel is now also at odds with Vladimir Putin, and Russia has become one more threat to the Jewish state that must be addressed.

We simply cannot leave our most important ally and the only democratic nation in the entire M.E. alone to fetch for itself under the present dangerous situation described above. Even Obama, despite his obvious disdain for Israel and it's Prime Minister must understand that!
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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 10:37 AM
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a reply to: Newsmax:

John Kasich told an audience at a Fox town hall that he expects an open convention to deny Trump the nomination in July so that a candidate such as himself can be chosen by the delegates in the realization that "The Donald" simply has no chance whatever to win the National Election against Hillary Clinton.

The Fox town hall folks in the audience booed him for making these remarks, but considering the make up of this audience and the ongoing Fox News love fest with Trump in the biased editorials of talking heads like O'Reiley and Hannity, this is hardly surprising!



posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 10:55 AM
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a reply to:Muse7:

Per the New York Post, Bernie Sanders is now just two points behind Hillary Clinton in the huge and crucial California delegate rich Democratic Party Primary, thus bringing Clinton's momentum toward clinching the nomination to a sudden halt.

To all those of us who want to see the Socialist candidate out of the race, this is both surprising and disappointing news indeed. Especially since it appeared only a few days ago that Sanders was already working on an exit strategy to bow out gracefully before this latest change in the status quo.
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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 01:29 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per Good Morning America, despite the new Cruz-Kasich alliance and strategy to stop Trump, John Kasich is still telling his supporters to vote for him in the crucial upcoming Indiana primary and clarified to his supporters that the deal between himself and Cruz is limited to not campaigning actively in certain states as distinguished from "throwing in the towel" in those states.

The above clarification is a good thing because the governor can ill afford to concede Indiana, a very important mid western state with a hefty share of delegates, to any other candidate.
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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 02:21 PM
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a reply to:Muse7:

As per Politico Magazine, Donald Trump has now come up with a nick name for John Kasich, "One And 38 Kasich" to emphasize that the governor has won only a single primary out of the 38 primaries he has entered.

It was only a matter of time before the buffoon would do this after calling Ted Cruz "Lying Ted" which happens to be true, and calling former candidate Marco Rubio, "Little Marco."

But there is more meaning behind the new nick name Trump gave Kasich. Up until now, Trump only stooped this low against opponents he feared might be a threat to him. Looks like Trump now, for the very first time, sees KASICH as a threat to his candidacy as well.

And that is a good thing because the governor is and should be a threat to the would be dictator's ambitions.






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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 02:49 PM
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a reply to:CrazyWater:

As per The A.P., Hillary Clinton is still on track to win the Democratic Party presidential nomination and can reach majority even before the California Primary on June 7th if she does as well as she is expected to do in the primaries scheduled for tomorrow.

That would be a good thing because it would put the Socialist candidate right back where he was just a few days ago when he was looking for a graceful way out of the race.

As much as I dislike the lying Hillary Clinton, America certainly does NOT need a Socialist in the White House!!


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posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 04:05 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per Reuters, Mexico has appointed a new ambassador to the United States, Sada, who will be asking the American government to gather powerful U.S. interests together to oppose Donald Trump's xenophobic attacks against Mexico and Mexican immigrants.

Trump's racist divisive views preaching hatred and division and referring to Mexican immigrants as rapists and murderers have been likened by the Mexican people to Hitler and have caused great damage to the Mexican tourist industry and economy.

John Kasich would treat America's neighbors with dignity and respect as indeed all people deserve to be treated. He would unite rather than divide. Trump is not what America is all about. Kasich is!



posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 04:25 PM
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a reply to:Willtel:

As expected, Trump 2 didn't last very long at all. The buffoon is again right back to his usual fare of mocking insults and rank ignorance in rare Trump 1 form.

Now he is criticizing John Kasich's table manners of all things. But trying to discuss issues and how he differs from the governor regarding same? No way because Trump doesn't have any real ideas or policies to discuss! And those he has expressed make no sense and only have a shelf life of a day or two before he changes them to suit his next audience.

A leopard never changes his spots, at least not for very long, and a buffoon never stops being a buffoon!



posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 04:43 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As per The Washington Post, the real reason Sanders has remained in the race so long is because he feels there should be as many voices out there to oppose the racism and divisive zenophobia of Donald Trump as possible. In and of itself, that is a good thing.

BUT there is also another reason the Bern sticks around. He believes it is time for the American people to hear the message of Socialism.

In my view the message the American people want to hear is the message of free enterprise, incentive, and economic freedom! Listening Bernie?



posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 05:52 PM
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a reply to:AVoiceOfReason:

As per Politico, John Kasich is the only candidate who beats Clinton in November per the latest polls, but now these same polls indicate for the first time that Kasich ALSO would defeat Bernie Sanders head to head in the national Election in November!

If the Republican Party really wants the White House back and they don't want to risk utter shattering of their party, there really is only one thing to do. Nominate Kasich in July. It is a no brainer!!



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 12:52 AM
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a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

As per CNN, John Kasich says that it is Trump who is desperate not him. Trump is worried that he won't be able to acquire the 1,237 delegates required to be nominated on the first ballot and that an open convention will then turn to someone else because he knows full well that the party doesn't want him.

And why wouldn't the convention justifiably choose a candidate who can win the general election against Clinton. It is clear that Trump cannot win and that Kasich can and will.

Trump should feel desperate and that is how he richly deserves to feel after months of trying to defraud the American people with his vapid racism and megalomania!



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:54 AM
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a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

The Indiana primary has become extremely crucial as it likely will be the one that stops Trump from getting the 1,237 delegate majority on the first ballot at the convention and forcing a second ballot resulting in an open convention where Kasich could win. It is also the first state testing whether or not the new Kasich-Cruz plan to stop Trump in certain key states will actually work as planned. Many feel that Indiana could be the last real chance to stop the Trump.

The importance in stopping Trump in Indiana lies in the huge lead Trump now has in all five primaries taking place today thus forcing both Kasich and Cruz to focus all their collective efforts and attention on Indiana's May 3rd primary.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 10:33 AM
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a reply to:Cybercreig:

As per "The Week Magazine", Ted Cruz has placed Carly Fiorina at the very top of his potential list of running mates in the unlikely event he some how secures the Republican Presidential nomination.

If it were not for Carly's gross media underexposure during the earlier republican primaries, this outstanding well qualified lady would be in the running and probably in the lead today for her own richly deserved nomination for the presidency! Carly could have carved up the lying Hillary
as if the democratic party front runner were a piece of rotten beef had she been able to debate the Democratic Party front runner head to head on the national stage as she should have been allowed. We can thank the talking heads and the media driven moderators at the debates for preventing her from being able to do so. One day America will realize that the only "spin" we can ever get from O'Reilly and Hannity at Fox News is their own Trumpian spin!! Disgusting!!


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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 10:44 AM
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a reply to:Cybercreig:

Per The Washington Post, Bernie Sanders knows now that he is going to lose the race for the Democratic Party Presidential nomination to Hillary Clinton.

The only reason the avowed Socialist is still hanging on is his hope to be able to gain some policy concessions from Clinton in the interest of party unity once Clinton formally secures the nomination.

Hopefully Hillary will refuse to incorporate any of the Sanders Socialist policy suggestions!



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 11:10 AM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per CNN, of the 61 delegates available in the Pennsylvania Republican primary tonight, only 17 of those delegates are a lock on the first ballot at the convention in July for the winner. The remaining Pennsylvania delegates are on the honor system and could vote for any candidate they wish.

The above means that even if the Trump wins the Pennsylvania primary tonight as predicted by the polls, he won't have any guarantee that the bulk of the delegates will ever vote for him at the convention in July.

One can almost hear Trump moaning "what a revolting development this is" as Chester A. Riley played by William Bendix used to say on the old T.V. show,"The Life of Riley."



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 11:17 AM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per International Business Times, a new poll shows that in the national election, if it is between Trump and Clinton, Hillary would take 61% of the vote among the age 19 to 29 year old group, and that Trump will be soundly thrashed overall as well.

The above shows that Clinton doesn't have to make any policy concessions to Sanders as she already has the support of our younger voters!



posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 09:16 AM
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a reply to:CrazyWater:

Per Fox News, the state department hid an important Hillary Clinton Benghazy E-Mail and Obama had to know about this at some point in time. Just when he knew, however, will be difficult to pin down.

There has definitely been an attempt by the Obama administration to cover up Clinton's scandals, and there can no longer be any doubt about it!



posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 09:53 AM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per CBS News, four out of ten people who are actual registered republicans would probably not vote for Donald Trump if he is the nominee and these same registered republicans would then just as likely vote for the democratic candidate, i.e. Hillary Clinton! That means "The Trump" will be unable to fully unite even his own supporters behind him in the national election in November.

One more thing for the R.N.C. to consider at the convention this summer as to whom they will nominate. They have to know by now that it better not be "The Donald" if the Republican Party wants to survive as a viable entity!



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