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Creating the Toxic Atmosphere, Israel, and Iran Ballistic Tests

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posted on May, 8 2016 @ 02:53 PM
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a reply to:Gazroc:

As per The Hill Magazine, former Republican Senator Gordon Humphrey, of New Hampshire, called Donald Trump a "Sociopath" today indicating he would never support the buffoon even though Humphrey was a previous supporter of John Kasich who has since dropped out of the race.

The fact that Humphrey used to be a Kasich man is reason enough to not support Trump. No two candidates could have been as different nor have offered more opposite visions for the country than did Kasich and Trump.

I'm still quite sad that Kasich had to leave the Presidential race as he was clearly the best man for the job.




posted on May, 8 2016 @ 03:44 PM
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a reply to: Gazroc:

As per Business Insider Magazine: Sen. John McCain of Arizona says Trump owes an apology to all of America's Veterans for his remark that he respects soldiers who don't surrender more than he does those who are captured prisonsors of way. The Arizona senator didn't take the remark as personally insulting to himself but rather as disparaging to all veterans generally.

Trump indeed should be ashamed of himself for this ugly remark but his massive ego would never allow him to say he is sorry about anything.



posted on May, 8 2016 @ 04:53 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per Fox news, looks like Dick Cheney has also decided to hop aboard the "Night Train To Oblivion" that is the "Donald Trump Express", or band wagon if you will.

Guess Cheney would be the very last person I'd want on a train or on any other kind of vehicle with me. But then Trump is Trump ! Each to his own. Happy Halliburton Oil!



posted on May, 8 2016 @ 05:07 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per Politico, the only possible way Bernie Sanders can beat out Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Presidential nomination now is by talking every one of Hillary's pledged super delegates at the convention to switch over to him. It's not going to happen.

Looks like Game Over for the "southpaw socialist" and near Communist!



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 12:22 AM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per the AP, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has been justifiably calling Trump out for his dangerous megalomaniac and racial rhetoric but all Trump can do is to call her "goofy."

How typical. Call Trump what he is and all he'll do is change the subject and hurl some ludicrous insult without first answering the challenge. Especially if the challenger is a strong woman with substance like Elizabeth Warren.
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posted on May, 9 2016 @ 09:02 AM
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a reply to: Crazywater:

Trump's absurd plan to pay America's creditors less than the full amount owed on securities and bonds will not only discourage our trading partners and others from doing business with us in the future and crater the stock market, it is a clearly unconstitutional violation of the "Full Faith and Credit Clause."

Knowing the extent of Trump's alarming ignorance, I doubt he has ever even heard of the Full Faith and Credit Clause!

And this man is actually running for President?



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 09:25 AM
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a reply to:Gazroc:

Sarah Palin, never the sharpest tack on the board, and with an endless penchant for getting behind the wrong candidate, is back at it again. Now she supports Trump and says she'll actively work to defeat House speaker Paul Ryan because he wisely refuses to support Trump.

I doubt Ryan has much to worry about in this regard. Just consider the source!



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 10:57 AM
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a reply to: Crazywater:

Per The Washington Post, The greatest danger Hillary Clinton must keep in mind is that two thirds of the American people are very unhappy with the status quo and the direction the country is going. And Hillary Clinton does represent what most folks think of as the status quo.

There is no doubt Trump is a racist would be dictator with either dumb policies that won't work or no policies at all, and there is no doubt that he is an ignoramus and an egomaniac. But if two out of every three people dislike the way things are and believe Clinton will keep things that way, many of those people might still vote for Trump thinking he'll shake things up despite all his horrible deficiencies.

That is why Clinton cannot take this buffoon lightly and must campaign hard from day one, hitting the dictator with everything she's got! She must clearly articulate how she will make things better for America and not just focus on how Trump will make things worse, (which he will do, of course).

That having been said , I firmly believe that Trump will be utterly annihilated on November 8th, 2016 and that Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the United States and our first female Chief Executive.



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 01:31 PM
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a reply to: Gazroc:

As per the Wall Street Journal, Donald Trump is trying to purge the G.O.P. of anyone unwilling to join his train to nowhere.

Instead of reaching out to his many detractors in an effort to unify the party as he should be doing, he instead runs the risk of imploding and dooming his candidacy.

And that would be just fine. Maybe Trump can do to himself now what the country should have done to him right from the start of the campaign-----GET RID Of HIM!!!



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 01:43 PM
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a reply to:Gazroc:

Per the AP, it is a good thing that there is no realistic path left to the Democratic Party Presidential nomination for Bernie Sanders because his brand of socialism would add 18 Trillion dollars to the already out of control national debt.

One must wonder what this fellow was thinking when he came up with his plans? No nation on Earth could sustain a national debt like we're talking about here!



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 02:28 PM
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a reply to: Cybercreig:

As per Politico Magazine, large numbers of Republican leaders, policy experts and highly skilled managers will be sitting out the election rather helping the Trump.

Looks like the process whereby the Republican party formally abandons the would be dictator has started.

And it is about time! There is a lot of dead weight to toss overboard into the drink concerning this circus freak!
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posted on May, 9 2016 @ 03:14 PM
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a reply to: Crazywater:

As per The Week Magazine, Donald Trump continues to make a fool out of himself on an almost daily basis with his catastrophic displays of outrageous ignorance regarding virtually every major issue facing the country.

The problem is that he banks on the public's lack of knowledge concerning the issues themselves, so he figures it doesn't matter because they'll vote for him anyway based on his false promises to fix everything and make it right.

But how can he fix anything when he has no understanding of what it is he is promising to fix?



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 04:57 PM
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a reply to:Muse7:

Per The Washington Post, the Republican Party has no idea what religious liberty is really all about, and until they do they will continue to be the party of exclusion relegated to minority status relative to the Democratic Party.

They are trying to push legislation discriminating against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders (Anti L.G.B.T. laws as they are known).

Each American should have freedom of choice and the Constitution guarantees religious freedom in the First Amendment.

Whether any given person agrees or disagrees with same is simply not the issue. The point is that anyone who has any of these preferences is entitled to same without discrimination. This is America!
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posted on May, 9 2016 @ 07:05 PM
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a reply to: Crazywater:

As per The Federalist, Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment Right of American citizens to bear arms.

While I'm in favor of reasonable gun registration and regulation, it is my opinion that the Second Amendment must be protected, especially since criminals will get the guns anyway on the huge black market that would be created if the Second Amendment were to be taken from law abiding citizens.

I doubt Clinton would be able to accomplish this task given the very strict and difficult requirements among the states to do so, but the fact that she wants to do it shows that Hillary doesn't have much respect for the constitution and that is a dangerous characteristic in any serious presidential candidate.

One more reason why Trump v Clinton translates to "Neither Of Them" for me!



posted on May, 9 2016 @ 08:10 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per The Miami Herald, Hillary Clinton leads Trump in Miami-Dade County by the incredible margin of 55% to 25%.

That landslide Clinton victory is really beginning to take shape. And a what "Dumping" it will apparently be! Can't wait to see him say "they weren't nice to me" and I'm going home.



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: Crazywatter:

As per The Chicago Tribune, the self destruction of Donald Trump is underway. He no longer feels that the Republican Party needs to be united and he now says that the party is whatever he says it is on any given day.

Trump continues to change his views, such as they are, on a daily basis and has no particular philosophy or ideology, both of which shift according to the audience to which he speaks. He can't be taken at his word on any issue whatsoever because five minutes later he'll reverse himself.

The Trump bandwagon is breaking down and this miserable excuse for a presidential candidate and also for a human being is heading for a catastrophic fall.

All of which comes down to handing the Presidency to Hillary Clinton by default, and has the Republicans in a mad search for an alternative candidate when it is probably too late to save them or to stop Trump's seemingly certain nomination.



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 11:33 AM
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a reply to:Cybercreig:

As per Business Insider UK, Marco Rubio is swearing he doesn't want to be Donald Trump's running mate. Trump nevertheless continues to insist that Marco is on his short list of potential choices for the job.


Marco had better turn Trump down if asked because the Trump ticket will be going down hard this Fall and it would only ruin what might be a bright future for Rubio to get trashed in the rubbish of the coming Trump bonfire!



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 11:49 AM
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a reply to: AVoiceofReason:

Per Bloomberg News, John Kasich, like Marco Rubio, is on trump's short list to be his running mate. And like Rubio, Kasich continues to resist the idea.

I can't imagine anyone wanting to be Trump's running mate, let alone a fine gentleman like John Kasich who should have been the Republican nominee instead of Trump.



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to:AVoiceOfreason:

Per Huffpost politics:

Donald Trump continues to antagonize House Speaker, Paul Ryan, and he is now threatening to remove Ryan as co-chairman of the Republican National Convention if the Speaker continues to refuse to endorse him.

Why should Ryan endorse a candidate who has given the party no reason to endorse him and every reason not to do so? Ryan wants a unified party and Trump says that a united party doesn't matter.

This clown has had everything handed to him on a silver platter all his life and now he is finding out that there there are some people who just won't do that!



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 01:26 PM
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a reply to:Cybercreig:

Wall Street has made more contributions to Hillary Clinton than to all of the other candidates combined and have indicated that they are solidly with her.

Bernie Sanders has heavily criticized Clinton for her large campaign contributions from the Financial sector and Trump can be expected to to do the same.

Clinton stresses the fact that in spite of same, she was one of the first candidates to call for regulation of Wall Street abuses.

But this kind of thing doesn't help Clinton and she is going to need to find a way to distance herself more from Wall Street during the coming campaign.




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