a reply to: Swills
Bernie is Jewish unless I am getting my fact's wrong, there have many great and good intentioned Jewish leaders among the nation's in the past (and
one or two bad one's) whom have acted in a secular (I am not a secularist fan so don't get me wrong on that point) way to try to benefit there
society's or have adopted the culture and religion of there host nation in time's when being a Jew meant blind persecution.
The Jewish intelligentsia tend to be by percentage of population the most intelligence people on the planet, maybe edged out slighty probably due to
greater numbers to draw upon by the elite of China whom lead them by about 10 IQ point's but are less creative and maybe less imaginative with
europe's elite trailing slightly behind them by about an estimated 5 IQ point's according to a very controversial study which was published then
silently unnofficially banned by the PC crowd in the 70's and 80's.
Bernie does not owe allegiance to the Pope as he is not a christian like Benjamin Disreali became (the great liberal prime minister of victorian era
Britain whom brought in education for the poores children and tried to put an end to the workhouses and small children in mill's and down mine's) but
he is a man whom the pope probably recognises as having the most human and workable policys of all your candidates, My take on the guy as an outsider
is that he seem's genuine and passionate about the well being of the united state's and it's people, I think he would genuinely put the people before
the corporations, at least in so far as he would be able to when trying to contend with the corruption among US senator's and there habit of blocking
It may not be my business as I am not a US citizen or resident but my impression is that Trump speaks a lot of sense mixed with a hell of a lot of
nonsense and he is dangerous and probably unpredictable though for international reason's (and his rant against Islam which I actually like about him
and think he is the only potential leader to speak the truth on that point) I would like to see him win but don't think he would be good for the poor
people of the US (which is probably the majority) in any way at all as he would likely allow companies to lower minimum wage's even further and
loosten what worker right's the US employee's have left in favour of boosting business success by allowing the US business to exploit there workforce
even more extremely than they do now (though I have no idea what he intend's and am looking at him as a business man, a better bet would be to see how
employee's of his business have been treated over time).
Hillary, I kind of liked her husband but there was that stain on monika's dress he will never get away from and Hillary herself is a stateswoman, her
alliance is probably not to the people but to her political peer's and corporate backer's, Trump is less corruptable and probably the better choice
there though she may be slightly kinder in her policy's if I am correct in my stereotyping of him as a business first people second kind of guy
(though he does put his country before even business so maybe I am wrong there too).
Cruz, I do not know how to take that guy, he just seem's like a typical US presidential candidate, nothing new just spin and flashy presentation plus
there is his rivalry with his competitor's, he is probably the safest bet but expect little to change if anything under either him or Hillary for that
matter, trump would boost your armed services and probably source there new equipment from stateside suppliers whom did not subcontract abroad which
in theory should boost job's in those sectors and reinvigorate certain vital defence industry's, If we break with europe he may be our best ally in
the UK as well so selfishly I do want him to win, he is correct about our city's being over run with no go zone's as well and that is coming from a
British man, there are streets were a white lad dare not walk and even entire towns like Luton were we are now the minority as indeed we are in our
supposed capital city of london, there was a documentary about 10 years ago and a reporter speaking to asian youths was told by them if they see a
white boy walking in there territory they will beat him up, an american actor in london was smoking and on his mobile phone out back of the theatre
where he was doing a bit part in a play, the alley he was in was just off of the road and a passing 6'6" Somali Moslem immigrant approached and
threatened him when he heard the american's accent, our soldiers have been insulted and threatened by Moslem staff in hospital's when they were being
treated back in England by our NHS which is now overrun with foreign staff (so our kid's have no career prospects in the NHS) SO trump took flack for
it but he spoke the truth on that point.
The rest of your candidate's I have not been following and my view of these people is based on only the little I have read here and the few time's
the US presidential race has made it's presence on TV over here in the UK felt.
I hope you get the guy or lady whom is best for all american's into power, the one that will care about YOU not just the corporations or a great wall
of Chi/Texas or that manicure and pedigree before getting on stage (am not talking about Hillary or Trump or Sanders) but the one whom want's to build
a more fair society for your kid's to grow up in and whom may actually also be the best bet for the economic future of your nation.
Best of luck and I hope God helps the right one to get to that job.
I like Bernie Sanders and think he is the Best person but I don't necessarily think he will make the Best president of the vying candidates but I am
damn certain he would make a very good one but for different reason's to Trump.
His meating with the pope is the pope actually trying to boost Bernies chances of winning since he dislikes Trump immensely being from south american
himself which is understandable and from his and a Christian perspective he is correct, Bernie is the most human and possibly also the best economic
choice, never underestimate the power of the pope over economic's though as over a billion people in the world listen to what he say's so if inclined
he could easily throw a very large wrench into Trump's gear's.
edit on 8-4-2016 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)