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Creating the Toxic Atmosphere, Israel, and Iran Ballistic Tests

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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 11:25 AM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per U.S. News & World Report, Donald Trump realizes he must now scramble at the grass roots for still uncommitted delegates, including those released by candidates who have dropped out like Marco Rubio. The bully and narcissist isn't used to this kind of rough and tumble kind of politics and will find the going much more difficult now. Due to his help from a ratings driven media that favors celebrities who attract viewers, Trump is now aware that he is going to have to earn every delegate he can get going forward and it will be a very different kind of playing field than he is used to seeing.

The change in strategy Trump must now face comes with the increasing likelihood of a brokered Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio in July.

Bottom line: This would be fascist racist dictator is starting to sweat and becoming more and more desperate. Trump is starting to realize that he can't just simply bully and intimidate his way to the White House. There is a lot more to it than that!




posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 11:58 AM
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a reply to: Muse7:

As per "the Hill" magazine, Donald Trump was interviewed today in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and questioned about his negative comments about women. All he could do was to try to to make light of it by saying that the said comments evoked laughter in the crowds and that even the ladies thought the crude remarks were funny.

When the interviewer then asked Trump whether there was any reason the State of Wisconsin should regard him as anything other than a huge fraud, Trump answered by stating that in the past he had always just been a great businessman with no intention of running for President, and that he gave money to all politicians "because it was good for business".

Wow! How can any clear thinking voter in Wisconsin support this buffoon for the highest office in the land? It is Trump himself who is the "joke, " and not his disgusting anti women comments he tried to laugh off in the interview!



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 01:00 PM
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a reply to: Muse7:

Per Business Insider, Donald Trump will be trying to win the Wisconsin Primary without seeking the support of the state's talk show hosts. Why? Because the talk show hosts in this important Mid Western state are not for him and support other candidates.

One such leading talk show host, Charlie Sykes, told Trump that he had better realize he is not playing games on an elementary school playground. That he is running for President.

IMO, the country and the world would be far better off if this would be dictator went back to his playground and was not running for President at all.
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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 02:02 PM
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a reply to:CyberReig:

Per Time Magazine, polls continue to show Governor Kasich consistently beating Hillary Clinton in November with both Trump and Cruiz losing to her.

Gov. Kasich again told his supporters that he has a good chance to win the nomination on a late ballot at a likely brokered convention in July.

Now that the primaries shift to the Northeast in New York and Pennsylvania, Governor Kasich has a fine chance to acquire many delegates from those states . Both states have large populations and both are rich in delegate numbers. The better educated and more highly informed electorate in N.Y. and Pennsylvania are also more moderate and centrist in their viewpoints which clearly favors the Ohio governor over his more conservative rivals.

Things seem to be looking better for John Kasich even as things are looking worse for The Donald.

Hopefully the above scenario will come to pass. It would be great for America and the world.



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 06:33 PM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

Per :"Observer Magazine", the current election process has now degenerated into a terrifying, juvenile,mud slinging and violent mess.

IMO, the sad state of affairs so accurately indicated above is the direct result of the juvenile like would be dictator, Donald Trump and by the sneaky disingenuous tea party supported religious zealot, lying Ted Cruiz.

America needs new dynamic leadership. The kind we would have if were we to elect Governor John Kasich as President of the United States on November 8th, 2016!

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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:58 PM
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a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

Per The Huffington Post and Politico Magazines, Donald Trump is now viewed unfavorably by 63% of the voters nationwide spelling a crushing defeat ahead for him in the November 8th, 2016 national election and the likelihood of the Republican party turning to another candidate after multiple ballots at the GOP Convention in July.

There are still 17 primaries between April 5th in Wisconsin and June 7th in California and Trump's increasing loss of favor among the electorate indicates that he won't be able to secure the requisite number of delegates prior to the convention to clinch the nomination. When delegates after the first ballot can legally choose someone else and they see Trump can't win in November, they will turn to another candidate.

They would be well advised to nominate Gov. John Kasich because is the one Republican who will be able to defeat the lying Hillary Clinton in the Fall! And, in any case, he is simply the best choice for America!
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posted on Mar, 30 2016 @ 11:11 PM
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a reply to: CyberReig:

At a town Hall Meeting tonight on CNN, Donald Trump once again displayed the fact that his so called ideas are nothing more than spur of the moment ramblings to disguise his total ignorance and that they are simply expressions of his own narcissistic self delusions. He wants to diminish or eliminate America's relationship with NATO on the grounds that they don't fight terrorism when nothing could be further from the truth. Who can forget how France has become fully engaged in the war against Isis since that horrifying Isis engineered and executed terrorist attack in Paris!

His behavior at the meeting was similar to a 5 year old child on a playground whenever he was questioned about the incitement of violence by his supporters, and even violence by his campaign manager, against protesters attending his rallies. The only justification Trump can provide is that "he started it."
Even the talk show hosts are now finally reporting the decline of Trump's brand around the country. Hopefully the voters in Wisconsin will take note on April 5th and trounce this racist clown and bully!
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posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 09:08 AM
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a reply to:CyberReig:

As per The Miami Herald, Trump is continuing to lose support in Wisconsin and now trails Ted Cruz in the Badger State by 10%.

A defeat in Wisconsin will seriously slow him down, and the loss of momentum heading into the New York and Pennsylvania primaries late in April could prove decisive and result in brokered convention in July.

This con artist's brand is deteriorating all over the country. His supporters should know that when the fraud of a con artist is exposed, the con artist falls like a house of cards. And then those who relied on the fraud are brought down as well.



posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 09:27 AM
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Ben Carson accused the R.N.C. of actually preferring Hillary Clinton as President to Trump. I don't blame them a bit! As awful as lying Hillary is, the ignoramus and fascist dictator, Trump, is far worse for America!

Whoppi Goldberg asked Dr. Carson why he now supports the racist Trump. Not surprisingly, Carson had no credible answer to that question!

Also as is typical, Trump is now backing away from his statement about abortion following the firestorm of criticism and controversy the statement caused. He has lost the support of women all across the nation and that, alone, will mean that America will never have to endure a Trump presidency!



posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 11:47 AM
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John Kasich has blasted Trump for advocating the use of nuclear weapons in Europe and getting rid of the Geneva Conventions. He also blasted Trump for his abortion remarks. As far as Kasich is concerned, Trump simply spouts nonsense off the top of his head in a stream of consciousness without thought or reason. So true!



posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 01:32 PM
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Donald Trump's remark that there has to be some kind of punishment for women who have illegal abortions has drawn heavy criticism from both Abortion and Anti Abortion groups around the country as well as from presidential candidates John Kasich, Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and also from political commentators in Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, and California. CNN News has also blasted Trump for the remark.

Trump quickly tried to back away from his self imposed disaster, but the damage to his campaign among the nation's women has already been done and rightly so.

It is going to be extremely difficult for this buffoon to remove that huge foot stuck in his mouth this time!



posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 03:45 PM
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a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

Per Vox Magazine, Donald Trump is now doing worse in all major national polls when matched against Hillary Clinton than any other candidate in the past 20 years! He trails her from a low of 9% to a high of 11%. He tails Sanders by even more than that.

Per Politico Magazine and Real Clear Politics Magazine, polls such as these usually stick when taken at this approximate time frame prior to the national election. Hence, one thing is becoming more and more clear. America will NOT have a fascist dictator in the White House on Jan. 20th, 2017!! And thank God!



posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 05:30 PM
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a reply to: kendix1960

You are so right about Trump. He answers any question asked impulsively. He speaks off the top of his head with mo idea about what he is saying or the consequences or backlash that will follow. He just has no idea what he is saying or even talking about. His words always start a media fiasco & somehow he talks his way around something he answered off the cuff with no thought or knowledge about the questioned asked. He has no logical answers when he is confronted with something he did or said. He immediately shifts the blame, changes the subject & casts blame on someone else who had nothing to do with his remark.

This guy as I keep saying has not a single or legal plan that would make this country a better place. He absolutely is useless in politics except to do & buy whoever he need to, to promote his own agenda & line his pocket book. His money has not made him smart or knowledgeable except for his own gain. He does not care about this country, our constitution or other human beings. He is no way fit to be running as our president. I see him as nothing more than a spoiled 3rd grade bully who cries foul when he can't have his way & nothing is out of bounds when getting even with anyone who rubs him the wrong way. Nasty, crude, & not a very smart guy for sure. He is great at alienating & blaming anyone who doesn't agree with him. This is one narcissistic loud mouth nut!

Govenor Kasish understands what it takes to be a good President & to get this country back on track. I pray that the Wisconsin voters listen to him carefully & understand that he is the authentic, knowledgable, a tried & true guy with a prove record that has the right plans, ideas & know how to lead us where we need to go at this time in history.



posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 05:42 PM
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a reply to: bonden

Well stated, bonden, and I agree that John Kasich is the best candidate out there for our nation by a wide margin! Thank you for your interest in my posts!



posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 07:11 AM
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a reply to:Muse7:

John Kasich has asked Trump's supporters in N.Y. to come over to his side. He told them he understands the economic factors of wage stagnation and a fear they would lose their jobs which made them vulnerable to Trump's phony promises and con artistry, and he assured them that based on his own humble background and extensive experience in government, he knows how to execute policies that will make their lives better. This is per Newsmax Magazine.



posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 07:58 AM
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a reply to: Muse7:

John Kasich has called out lying Ted Cruz for claiming that he (Cruz) is the best GOP candidate when polls show that Cruz cannot defeat Hillary Clinton in November, wheras Kasich would beat Hillary per the said polls.

Kasich also called Cruz disingenuous for spreading the false rumor that Ben Carson had dropped out of the race before Iowa's caucus when the statement was totally false!

It is about time candidates began to expose Cruz for the liar that he is!
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posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 08:07 AM
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a reply to:Muse7:

It was the loss of jobs, homes, income, and wealth and a generalized poor economy that allowed a potential fascist dictator, Donald Trump, to emerge as a presidential candidate and those same factors also led to the appearance of extreme left wing socialist Bernie Sanders as a presidential candidate in this election cycle.

Let's just hope that the national election in November doesn't come down to a tragic choice between these two!
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posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 08:25 AM
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a reply to: CrazyWater:

As per the Los Angeles Times, the June 7th California Republican Presidential Primary could very well decide the fate of Donald Trump. The fact that this state has a high proportion of progressives should benefit a moderate like John Kasich but just as large a factor will be the quantity of voter turn out that day.
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posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 08:31 AM
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Per Politico Magazine, Donald Trump is just the kind of political opportunist our Founding Fathers were worried about because they feared a candidate who would play on peoples' emotions to gain political power. It was to protect America from just such a potential dictator that our Constitution was created.

Lets hope the voting public heeds this warning and that they now proceed to "Dump the Trump" with dispatch!
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posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 03:30 PM
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a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:

As per U.S. News and World Report, Trump's lack of character is doing him in all across the country at the worst time for his campaign.

His reluctance to admit error, preoccupation with not showing weakness, use of intimidation, and his insistence on defining all issues , both foreign and domestic in terms of money and deal making rather than principle are a TOXIC BREW.

The country is beginning to wake up and is seeing "The Donald" more and more for what he really is---an absolutely empty barrel with a peculiar loud and obnoxious rattle!


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