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    Post  Carol on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:15 am

    Trump's fairytale in New York: The Donald crushes rivals in his home state with 60% of the vote and nearly all the delegates as John Kasich takes second with 25% and Ted Cruz is a distant third



    Donald Trump cruised to victory in New York on Tuesday, crushing his two remaining opponents in what could be the high water mark of his unconventional Republican primary campaign. A triumphant Trump entered the lobby of his signature Trump Tower to speak to supporters as Frank Sinatra's 'New York, New York' blared over loudspeakers. The GOP front-runner thanked 'the people who know me best' for a resounding win over Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. The only region of the state he lost, to Kasich, was the New York City borough of Manhattan - where he and those people live and work. Trump claimed at least 89 of New York's 95 delegates to the Republican National Convention. Kasich won three. The final three were still undecided as midnight approached, but Trump will likely claim at least two of them. With almost 99 per cent of the votes counted, Trump had 60 per cent of ballots cast. Kasich had 25 per cent of the vote and Cruz brought up the rear with 14 per cent. Hillary Clinton won easily in the Democratic race, winning 58 per cent of the vote, while Brooklyn-born Bernie Sanders was left with 42 per cent.


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    • Donald Trump cruised to victory in his home state of New York with a huge 60% of the vote


    • Kasich came second with 25% of the vote, Cruz brought up the rear with 14.5% of the vote  


    • New York has 95 Republican National Convention delegates and Trump will win at least 89 of them – likely 91 or 92


    • After his victory, Trump said 'Senator Cruz is just about mathematically eliminated' from the race for nomination


    • Trump lost only one region of New York – the Big Apple borough of Manhattan where he lives and works 
    • Democrat Hillary Clinton won her adopted home state over Bernie Sanders with a comfortable 57.9% of voters


    • See more of the latest news on Donald Trump as he wins in a landslide victory in his home state New York  



    By DAVID MARTOSKO, US POLITICAL EDITOR IN NEW YORK FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and GEOFF EARLE, DEPUTY US POLITICAL EDITOR IN NEW YORK FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
    PUBLISHED: 19:59 EST, 19 April 2016 


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    Donald Trump cruised to victory in New York on Tuesday, crushing his two remaining opponents in what could be the high water mark of his unconventional Republican primary campaign.
    A triumphant Trump entered the lobby of his signature Trump Tower to speak to supporters as Frank Sinatra's 'New York, New York' blared over loudspeakers.


    The GOP front-runner thanked 'the people who know me best' for a resounding win over Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.


    The only region of the state he lost, to Kasich, was the New York City borough of Manhattan – where he and those people live and work.


    Trump claimed at least 89 of New York's 95 delegates to the Republican National Convention. Kasich won three.


    The final three were still undecided as midnight approached, but Trump will likely claim at least two of them.


    'We're going to end at a very high level and get more delegates than anyone projected,' he boasted.


    With almost 99 per cent of the votes counted, Trump had more than 60 per cent of ballots cast. Kasich had 25 per cent of the vote and Cruz brought up the rear with 14.5 per cent. 
    'We don't have much of a race anymore, based on what I'm seeing on television,' said Trump, as he seemed to look past the remaining primary contests with an eye toward November – although he made no mention of Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. 


    'Senator Cruz is just about mathematically eliminated' from winning the GOP nomination, he claimed, observing that 'we have won millions of more votes than Senator Cruz. Millions and millions of more votes than Governor Kasich.' 


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3548918/Trump-towers-rivals-New-York-Donald-cruises-victory-50-cent-sweep-delegates.html#ixzz46NQ0Zho8 


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Mon Apr 25, 2016 5:30 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaEEKWRf0NI

    Excellent interview on The O'Reilly factor:

    "Donald Trump also scored big and it looks like he will get the Republican nod. Talking Points does not see a way for the GOP establishment to stop Mr. Trump, even if he doesn't have the 1,237 delegates needed to be nominated on the first ballot." 

    "History will record that this was an uprising, a movement of the people supporting a candidate who has absolutely no ties to the political establishment. Republican voters are so angry they don't care what Mr. Trump says about other people. They don't care if his programs are controversial. They simply want to hear his message stated in a blunt way." 


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    Post  Carol on Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:01 pm

    WOW! MUST-SEE VIDEO=> HUNDREDS OF SUPPORTERS Chase Down Trump’s Caravan in Rhode Island


    Jim Hoft Apr 25th, 2016 


    THIS WAS AMAZING!
    Trump Supporters – Young, Old, Middle Aged, Men, Women, Children – Chase down the Trump caravan in Warwick, Rhode Island.

    They were RUNNING ACROSS A FIELD to see Donald Trump arrive for his Rhode Island rally today.

    Then they chased him down the street.
    …Just to get a glimpse of the Republican front-runner.

    When was the last time you saw HUNDREDS OF MIDDLE AGED PEOPLE chase down a candidate’s caravan?



    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/04/wow-hundreds-supporters-chase-trump-caravan-warwick-rhode-island-video/


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Pris on Wed Apr 27, 2016 12:18 am

    Carol wrote:When was the last time you saw HUNDREDS OF MIDDLE AGED PEOPLE chase down a candidate’s caravan?

    THAT'S different. Very Happy
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    Post  Pris on Wed Apr 27, 2016 12:47 am

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    I couldn't get the video to play, so I found it on YouTube:




    Here's an interesting comment that caught my eye:

    enoch poor:


    I see desperate people flocking to a message of change....wait a minute, sounds like I heard this story before.

    Everytime the hidden hand wants to recapture the good ole patriotic red blooded American pioneering fantasy, they send in an outsider. You take the bait and next thing ya know America is worse off 8 years later.

    Catch 22 ,..aka American Elections



    It's a good point... just how much are the cabalists really upset or is it part of their game plan...  After all, voting is voting.  

    Politics (let alone 'American Elections')... it's going along with the existing corrupt system of (global) governmental control.  I mean, unless Trump starts up a contributionist system or something... (see Michael Tellinger, UBUNTU) Wink  

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:03 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51mFD9Xf0gc


    Just Released: Listen To Boehner Calling Ted Cruz A "Luciferian Son Of A Bitch"
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/28/2016 


    Just in case you were waiting for the "taken out of context" or "just kidding" excuse to come from the GOP establishment over John Boehner's earlier comments with regard to the 'luciferian, son of a bitch' Ted Cruz... none will be coming. Here is the full 97 seconds of truthiness from the mouth of the cryingest speaker America has ever known...


    "[Ted Cruz] is lucifer in the flesh...I have as many Democrat friends as I have Republican and I get along with almost everyone... but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch than Ted Cruz... over my dead body would he represent [Republicans]"


    Boehner then went on to discuss his "friend Donald Trump."


    One wonders how (or if) Cruz will talk his way out of this? Perhaps another pretend cabinet appointment?


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Mon May 02, 2016 12:35 pm

    FULL Interview: Donald Trump at CNN NEW DAY, 
    Chris Cuomo, Comment on Obama, Hillary, 5/2/16


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Mon May 02, 2016 1:30 pm

     1st Newspaper to Say Cruz Ineligible
    Date: Monday, 2-May-2016 02:03:14




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_N6H00iYmQ

    The nation’s first mainline newspaper has come out with an analysis that says: “No way is Ted Cruz eligible to be president.”



    The Arizona Republic, a part of the USA Today Network, came out Friday afternoon in their online edition saying that Calgary Ted Cruz is not eligible to run for President of the United States. 

    In fact the new analysis calls into question whether the junior senator from Alberta, Canada is even qualified to hold a seat in the United States Senate.



    According to columnist Alan Korwin:



    “The founding fathers were specific in using ‘natural born citizen’ in the Constitution. That means something.”



    Korwin then explained what the founders based their interpretation of the term natural born citizen upon, “Law of Nations” written in 1758 by Swiss Political philosopher, Emer de Vattel.

    The original first edition was published in French in 1758 – the language of the Geneva side of Switzerland. An English edition was printed two years later in 1760.



    Benjamin Franklin was sent 3 copies of the French edition by Charles Dumas and he brought one of them to the Constitutional Convention.



    In a letter thanking Dumas dated Dec. 9, 1775, Franklin wrote: 

    “I am much obliged by the kind present you have made us of your edition of Vattel. It came to us in good season, when the circumstances of a rising state make it necessary to frequently consult the law of nations. Accordingly that copy, which I kept, has been continually in the hands of the members of our Congress, now sitting …”



    Centuries after his death, it was discovered that “Law of Nations” was in George Washington’s library - one of his overdue library books – 221 years overdue.



    “Law of Nations” defines “natural born citizen” as a person born in a country, both of whose parents are citizens of the country at the time of birth.

    As columnist Alan Korwin put it:



    “It was a clear 3-part requirement: two citizen parents and native birth.”



    “It allows for no foreign birth or parentage in a person who is a natural born citizen. It’s distinct from ordinary citizenship.”



    As Vattel put it in “Law of Nations”:



    “The citizens are the members of the civil society: bound to this society by certain duties, and subject to its authority, they equally participate in its advantages. The natives, or natural-born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens.”



    John Jay, who became the first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court even wrote George Washington a letter directly on point:



    “Permit me to hint, whether it would not be wise & seasonable to provide a strong check to the admission of Foreigners into the administration of our national Government; and to declare expressly that the Command in chief of the American army shall not be given to, nor devolve on, any but a natural born Citizen.”



    Washington thanked Jay for his advice and in the final edited version of the Constitution, the framers changed the Article II requirement for President from merely “citizen” to “natural born Citizen”.



    According to Alan Korwin:

    “The Founders knew exactly what the term meant. 

    The presidency is the only office in our entire legal structure with this requirement. "Citizen" appears throughout our laws. "Natural born citizen" appears in only one place — as a requirement for the highest office in the land.”



    And the exact reason that this is being hushed up across the entire spectrum of the mainstream media is that this plain and simple definition of the term eliminates from eligibility not only Calgary Ted, but Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindel and ….. wait for it …… President Obama.



    So call me a birther if you like, but, in return, you convict yourself of ignorance of these basic, founding principles of the United States of America.



    Furthermore, certainly someone who claims to be a constitutional expert - like Calgary Ted does – is aware of these facts. Therefore, he knows he is not eligible to run for President, and therefore has perpetrated a fraud on every state where he has sworn that he is eligible.

    One by one, states need to realize this and prosecute Cruz accordingly.



    Going forward, we must now find a federal court to rule in favor of these facts so that next time this comes up, it will not take 8 months to discern the truth. That’s why the efforts of Prof. Victor Williams are so vital.



    And in that regard, there is some bad news of Dr. Williams’ fate, but that will have to wait for another report.



    I’m still reporting from Washington. Good day.


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Mon May 02, 2016 2:50 pm

    Why Donald Trump Deserves to Win the American Election


    Submitted by Olivia on Sun, 2016-05-01 05:07
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    "My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people, and American security, above all else. That will be the foundation of every decision that I will make. America first will be the major and overriding theme of my administration." Donald J Trump.


    If Americans still care about the legacy they once wrought out of a raw but magnificent continent, if they still give a damn about prosperity, security and freedom, then Trump ought to be their man.
    Watching from a far off country gives one a certain measure of objectivity when viewing the American Presidential elections, but one thing is indisputable: love him or hate him, Trump oozes the All-American spirit of advancement, achievement and strong familial ties.


    Since 2008 and the election of President Obama, the world has watched America slide backwards. Grownup politics has been replaced by a revolting imposter – Social Justice Warrior politics. I’ve often thought Obama looks like a guy who cares more about just getting an approving hug from any random stranger than he does about the success of his own country; a country which in many respects has always played an impossibly important part in helping to forge the future of the whole world. Obama has been a boy playing at being a president, with dangerous results.


    In direct contrast to the current president, Trump is a real man, and a real achiever. He’s the stuff of gruff charm and hard-out competence, whose appeal largely has its roots in the appeal of the classic Alpha male. He’s big, bold, brash and boastful, at least he is when he’s locked in a competition – and given that the competition to become a president is outrageously difficult, that’s exactly the sort of spirit I want to see win.


    But apart from these personality impressions, I feel a sense of relief when I hear him state some of his policies. I didn’t realize how much I’d given up on ever hearing a presidential hopeful say the things which are now going to go down in history as Trumpisms.


    1. A temporary ban on Islamic immigration into the United States. 
    This is way beyond important. It should have been an imperative straight after the perpetrators of 9/11 wreaked their terrible murder on US citizens one clear and beautiful morning. This was a profound act of war, but its soldiers were hiding. It doesn’t matter if many Muslims might be innocent, so long as they are the adherents of a bloody and backward superstition which is hostile to the West, whose holy-book not only allows for, but actually calls for acts of murder, they should be viewed with rational suspicion by anyone who claims to care about having a developed society. The safety and security of American citizens needs to be upheld first, second and last by their president. The United States is not automatically responsible for being the benefactor of all peoples who live in foreign lands – even if they do just want to go to Disneyland.


    Now that Trump has laid out his Foreign Policy, a policy which is basically a return to "no foreign entanglements" that are not within the self-interest of the United States (unless they are paid handsomely for the privilege), Americans can rest assured that if he should become President Trump, they will have the hardest of fighters, the toughest of negotiators and a man of immense instinctive talent representing their foreign interests.


    2. The building of The Wall (which Mexico is going to pay for).
    As Carly Fiorina pointed out many times in the primary debates, the stemming of illegal immigration into the States through the southern border has been talked about and debated, with only half-ass measures being enacted for about 30 years. Action to actually stop this flow has been pitiful. We now know that ISIS can and have sent operatives straight through that border. Are people under the illusion that the Mexican government is going to extend big efforts to put a stop to this? They don’t even stop their own people (good and bad) from crossing. So now a nominee who has a spectacular history of building huge, complicated projects is stating that he’s going to build a wall across this rogue border. Amen! The safety and security of American citizens needs to be upheld first, second and last by their president. The United States is not automatically responsible for being the benefactor of all peoples who live in foreign lands – even if they do just want to go to Disneyland.


    3. Rethinking NATO.
    It has become typical now of the news media to shriek and spit every time Trump says something sane. His desire to rethink NATO is a classic example of this. As it now stands, NATO consists of: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.
    NATO’s stated purpose is this (taken from the official NATO website): the Alliance’s creation was part of a broader effort to serve three purposes: deterring Soviet expansionism, forbidding the revival of nationalist militarism in Europe through a strong North American presence on the continent, and encouraging European political integration.


    Not only has Soviet expansionism into Ukraine and Crimea occurred without any backlash from NATO, the whole world has watched Europe staunchly uphold its weak-spirited commitment to fashionable cradle-to-grave socialism and unlimited “tolerance.” In so doing, their commitment to multiculturalism has been totally paramount. They have allowed unprecedented Islamic immigration into its respective countries (some more than others) culminating recently with the Islamic Immigration Crisis; welfare dependent Muslims which Germany is forcing all other countries in the EU to accept, whether they want them or not. EU hopeful, Turkey, is negotiating this flood of people, who are most assuredly not just coming from war-torn Syria! Deeply hostile to Russia, who he accuses of intensifying the conflict and resultant refugees into his land (an accusation I have no doubt is true), Erdogan threatens to further flood Europe with many more millions of Muslim refugees. Read here about the next coming Immigration Crisis.


    Turkey is a deeply Islamic nation which refuses to make war on ISIS but would happily bomb the Kurds to oblivion. They are no longer the Turks of Kemal Ataturk’s liberal imperatives. President Erdogan is the devout Muslim who states that, “there is no such thing as moderate or immoderate Islam: Islam is Islam, and that’s it!” (And here is the West trying to sort Islam out into nice, neat, palatable categories – that which is lethal, that which is peaceful, that which is in between.) We should take Erdogan at his word – he knows a thing or two about that of which he speaks. Peaceful, violent, latent, nominal or radical, Islam is all one ideology. 


    The differing sects (among them Shia & Sunni are just the narcissism of small difference – similar to a Methodist arguing with a Jehovah’s Witness, except neither the Methodist nor the JW will shed each other’s blood over their differences). Those who kill in Islam’s name are the ones who take their religion literally. They are the ones whom their prophet would call “Good Muslims.”


    A return to Nationalism and a breaking away from the EU may just be the only way for these small countries to protect their cultures from being swamped and Islamicized (under orders from multicultural-obsessed Brussels) – yet one of NATO’s stated reasons for existence is to forbid Nationalist militarism. Can you see a poisonous dilemma brewing here which America will be pulled into? Trump can; hence his wariness on NATO and his bold statement to rethink it all. It will take a mighty heart and diplomatic brain to sort through the mess that is NATO, especially with Russia fanning the flames with its dangerous bedfellows ie: Iran and Syria. The safety and security of American citizens needs to be upheld first, second and last by their president. The United States is not automatically responsible for being the benefactor of all peoples who live in foreign lands – even if they do not want to go to Disneyland.


    4. Enough with the PC Feminazi Nonsense! (Okay, not technically a policy)
    When Megyn Kelly, in the first Fox-hosted Primary debate, asked the awful question of Trump...
    “You’ve called women you don’t like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals... For the record, it was way beyond Rosie O’Donnell... Your Twitter account has several disparaging comments about women’s looks. You once told a contestant on the Celebrity Apprentice it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees. Does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president? And how do you answer the charge from Hillary Clinton – that you are part of the war on women?”


    ...it caused a furore which went on for months and months, and to which Donald Trump remained admirably unapologetic. He knew he was being hit hard by the Humourless-Harriet; politically correct feminist nonsense which has emasculated men for several generations now. Frankly, Kelly was dealing with the wrong type of man, and has suffered Trump’s contempt ever since; a thing which has hurt her as the top darling of the Fox News Channel in a contentious election, more than it has hurt Trump. She may as well have asked him, “When did you stop raping your wife?” Trump was rightly galled that this was considered to be "good moderation" from the nation's best journalists.


    This is where even Trump’s foibles are All-American in their essence. He is a lover of beautiful women, of which Kelly is one, but if women try this emasculation XXXX out on the likes of him, especially drawing on examples of his alleged behaviour from his life as a non-political businessman, they’re toast. He subsequently refused to be interviewed by her, he verbally hammered her in public and he even declined to attend a debate which she was to moderate. The ongoing nature of the feud was devastating to Kelly, so much so that she recently said she was thinking about not renewing her contract with Fox because it had been hard, not only on her, but also on her boss Roger Ailes.


    It is so typical of the feminist mindset to want to play hardball with the men, then run and cry to other men to take a stand to defend you. Kelly made the comment that she was disappointed her colleague, Bill O’Reilly, didn’t make more of an effort to defend her. Why would he? She had been warned by her co-moderators Brett Baier and Chris Wallace, when they were running over the questions before the fatal debate, that if she persisted in that kind of questioning, there would be a lot of pushback (their male instincts were right on cue). She insisted on having her way. Well, she didn’t just get pushback, she managed to alienate a potential future president from her network (which since seems to have resolved itself, no thanks to Megyn's own charms).


    Kelly then invited the disgusting, sneering, morbidly obese, even uglier than Rosie O’Donnell, Marxist lowlife, Michael Moore, on to her show to bottom -feed with her about Trump’s decision to skip the next debate. Michael Xxxxxxxx Moore!! A man who is militantly hostile to Western values and everything America has traditionally stood for. They giggled and indulged in words of admiration with each other - enough to make a grown-girl hurl. Suddenly Trump’s insults about Megyn’s being a “bimbo” and “overrated” started to make an awful amount of sense. 


    It has now come to light that in order to calm this feud, Kelly has reached out to Trump personally and gone to Trump Tower for a meeting. The result is an upcoming one-on-one interview with Trump on Fox, scheduled for May 17th. We’ll see how that works out, but I’m betting Grandma’s creamiest pearls that Kelly will conduct herself with a renewed sense of respect, and for that Trump will reward her with his time and attention.


    Trump won by not fawning over an uppity little femme with a fashionably gratuitous absorption in resentment of the opposite sex (the feminist agenda). If this is going to be typical of what is in store for Hillary should he win the nomination, I can’t wait. Especially considering that hiding in Hillary’s filthy feminist closet are toe-curling stories about her own personal war on the women who allege that they were sexually assaulted by her own husband, and then systematically besmirched and threatened by Hillary in the Clintons’ long ascent to attain the Whitehouse. If she thinks Trump is going to go easy on her because she’s choosing to build her campaign around playing the “woman” card, then she is in for the ride of her life. One I believe she will lose, because some part of me still actually believes that while scum often does rise to the top, it can be blown away by the vim of a powerful challenger with right on his side. I hope America proves me right.


    BIG EDIT: I'm just going to add right here that I have noticed many, many Right-leaning people and above all, Libertarians, suffer from a massive snob-factor in holding on for dear life to their Trump Derangement Syndrome. People who consider themselves "intellectuals" take issue with his apparent lack of smarty-man clever talk about The Constitution and Individual Rights, forgetting that the human quality of AUTHENTICTY trumps, and should trump clever dickness on any day of the week in human affairs. People of aesthetic sensibility take issue with his Liberace hair do, his Nouveau Rokoko palatial, gold-drenched residence and white piano. People who only care about the Free Market forget that they have never lived in one, but somehow Trump is this radical, unusual newcomer who is going to rob them of it (forgetting America does business everyday with countries who do not observe anything close to a free market standard). 


    There are also those who take issue with Trump's wanting to ban Islamic immigration, totally dropping context of the fact that America has been in a war since 9.11 with Islam - that Islam has declared and America has pretended to be oblivious to. I am so disgusted with these people for pretending to have such "great judgment" yet are not able to see their own shocking propensity for context dropping, despite their self-proclaimed intellectual prowess. They, in their various critiques, get to feel superior to Trump in some Xxxxxx up way - and that is the only emotion which carries them along in their criticism and Derangement Syndrome. 


    I hope they have the good grace to let me know when they have created a family fortune of 10 billion plus, have the heart, guts and competence to want to save their country from becoming a "once was" civilization. I hope they let me know when they have 2 ex-wives as good friends, along with five high-functioning kids who absolutely adore them - and, more importantly, want to learn from them. I won't hold my breath. 
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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Tue May 03, 2016 6:02 pm

    Indiana Primary Results: Trump Has Daunting Lead Over Cruz; Hillary Leads Sanders

    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/03/2016

    With the polls in eastern Indiana closed (the last polls in the western part of the state are open until 7pm Eastern), the first results come in, and in early counting of the available votes, Trump has a daunting 54% lead over Cruz's 32% and Kasich at 11%, while Hillary leads Bernie Sanders 54% to 46%.













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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Pris on Tue May 03, 2016 6:20 pm

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    Why Donald Trump Deserves to Win the American Election






    Submitted by Olivia on Sun, 2016-05-01 05:07
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    I couldn't help it.  My eyes wondered over this one.  Geesh... so much nonsense/bullshite in it.  The thinking nicely follows 'cabalistic' agenda...  It reads like a tabloid.

    Sorry if I'm a bit reactionist.  I shouldn't read this stuff.

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

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    Post  Pris on Tue May 03, 2016 7:56 pm

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Tue May 03, 2016 8:00 pm


    Ted Cruz on Tuesday night dropped out of the presidential race, ending one of the best-organized campaigns of 2016 after a series of stinging defeats left Donald Trump as the only candidate capable of clinching the nomination outright.

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/ted-cruz-drops-out-of-presidential-race-222763#ixzz47e1Cv8nI 


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Wed May 04, 2016 9:35 am


    Lupica: Donald Trump's victory in Indiana is the final KO for Republican Party


    What Donald Trump has done across the last 11 months is not just take out all the other candidates who started out on the stage with him, so many of whom eventually looked like they were piling out of a car at the circus.

    Trump absolutely did more than take out Low-Energy Jeb and Little Marco and even Chris Christie, who ended up working as a bouncer in Trump’s campaign. What Donald Trump really did was take out the Republican Party.

    He rolled through Indiana on Tuesday night, Trump did, and rolled Ted Cruz like he was mugging him in broad daylight. Now the only one left is John Kasich, who for some reason stays in a race that has seen him win one primary, in his home state of Ohio, where Trump will become the nominee of a party that he fired as surely as if it were some loser B-lister on “Celebrity Apprentice.”On his television show, Trump sent the losers down in an elevator. Since last June, since he came down that escalator at Trump Tower and announced he was going to run for President, what he has done is closer to throwing an entire political party down an elevator shaft.

    So this wasn’t just the end of the Cruz campaign in Indiana. It was the end of what people are still calling the Republican establishment, whatever that still means.

    You know who the real low-energy losers have been in this whole thing? The ones who never saw Trump coming, then looked drunk when they finally tried to stop him.




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    This isn’t about what will happen when it is him against Hillary Clinton on the stage in the fall — if she can ever put Bernie Sanders away — and if Trump will go at her as hard when he is facing her as he does now on Twitter and on the campaign trail; when he calls her loud and Crooked Hillary and says if she were a man, “I don’t think she’d get 5% of the vote.”

    For now, this isn’t about how terrible the demographics are for him, even as people talk about how he is going to reimagine the electoral map. Barack Obama got 71% of the Hispanic vote four years ago against Mitt Romney — another of those genius Republican Party elders — and 73% of the Asian-American vote and 93% of African-Americans and 55% of women. On and on. The only place, really, where Romney dominated is with whites.

    For now, this is about how Trump’s message has resonated with the voters he needed to get this nomination, in this year of American politics when he figured out, and quickly, that there was nothing he couldn’t say, because enough people were that angry about their government.


    He talked about building a wall. The crowd went wild. So then he talked about a ban of Muslins coming into this country — “hitting the pause button” is the way he puts it now — and his crowds went wild again. By then, this wasn’t just normal political fighting. It was Ultimate Fighting, and Trump simply turned out to be better at it than any of the other people on that stage, whether you hate him or are simply scared to death at the prospect of him being President.


    I was talking the other day to a recent acquaintance from Ghana, a bright young man who had come to this country 11 years ago and has just gotten an MBA. And he was talking about Trump, and his brand, and his messaging, in a year when nobody else in the party had a message.


    “What people were so slow to identify,” the man said to me, “was that whatever you think of his ideas, he was becoming as powerful a change candidate as Obama was eight years ago.”


    This was the day after Trump’s foreign policy speech in Washington.


    The pundits can pick it apart,” the Ghanaian man said, “or make fun of it. And I can understand how and why they would. But you know what most people heard? They heard ‘America first.’ ”


    No Republican took him on until it was too late, and when it came down to him against Cruz, it didn’t even seem like a fair fight. Not only couldn’t Cruz win a debate against Trump, he couldn’t win one against that Trump supporter in dark glasses in Indiana.


    Of course it is one thing to win a nomination and another to get the 50 million more votes that you need to become President.


    Only Trump himself knows if he really thought he could pull this off. He says he did, that the only thing that surprised him, as he said to me months ago, was “how quickly it happened.” No one will ever know if he could have gotten to where he is without the low blows.


    But the reason he thinks he can beat Hillary Clinton is because he just put an entire political party out of business. Republican Party. Just put an “i” in the middle. So the initials read this way: R.I.P.


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Wed May 04, 2016 10:06 am

    Start at the 12 minute mark when DT comes to the stage.
    The why, the how - the WIN


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Wed May 04, 2016 7:30 pm

    Lynne Patton "The Trump Family That I Know" 
    - A Black Female Trump Executive Speaks

    EXCELLENT!


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    Post  Carol on Fri May 06, 2016 10:14 am

    FULL Event: Donald Trump's HUGE RALLY in Charleston, WV (5-5-16)


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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Fri May 06, 2016 12:21 pm

    Dr. Benjamin Carson's Amazing Speech 
    at the National Prayer Breakfast with Obama Present


    Ben Carson Vetting Trump VP. Full List Of Trump Gov That Are Birthers


    More people need to question why Obama hides his past. He has hidden his education records, birth records and virtually any trace of a past that would have been recorded for the taxpayers to verify his claims. We just have to take his word for it. Every other president up until Obama had full transparency with their records including their birth certificates. Not this president. Ben Carson live on CNN, just leveled some heavy accusations against the press as to why they did not care about Obama’s past but are ringing him through the coals. Because it was live, the CIA based censors at CNN could not edit Ben’s comments about the Frank Marshall Davis (Obama’s real daddy) his hidden college transcripts and more. Kudos to Ben Carson for injecting a bit of sanity to the press corps.

    Celebrate Truth John 14:6. Blessings.



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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Fri May 06, 2016 11:30 pm

    Trump Releases His 7 Point Health Care Plan
    Date: Thursday, 5-May-2016 22:10:37



    1. Completely repeal Obamacare. Our elected representatives must eliminate the individual mandate. No person should be required to buy insurance unless he or she wants to.

    2. Modify existing law that inhibits the sale of health insurance across state lines. As long as the plan purchased complies with state requirements, any vendor ought to be able to offer insurance in any state. By allowing full competition in this market, insurance costs will go down and consumer satisfaction will go up.

    3. Allow individuals to fully deduct health insurance premium payments from their tax returns under the current tax system. Businesses are allowed to take these deductions so why wouldn’t Congress allow individuals the same exemptions? As we allow the free market to provide insurance coverage opportunities to companies and individuals, we must also make sure that no one slips through the cracks simply because they cannot afford insurance. We must review basic options for Medicaid and work with states to ensure that those who want healthcare coverage can have it.

    4. Allow individuals to use Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). Contributions into HSAs should be tax-free and should be allowed to accumulate. These accounts would become part of the estate of the individual and could be passed on to heirs without fear of any death penalty. These plans should be particularly attractive to young people who are healthy and can afford high-deductible insurance plans. These funds can be used by any member of a family without penalty. The flexibility and security provided by HSAs will be of great benefit to all who participate.

    5. Require price transparency from all healthcare providers, especially doctors and healthcare organizations like clinics and hospitals. Individuals should be able to shop to find the best prices for procedures, exams or any other medical-related procedure.

    6. Block-grant Medicaid to the states. Nearly every state already offers benefits beyond what is required in the current Medicaid structure. The state governments know their people best and can manage the administration of Medicaid far better without federal overhead. States will have the incentives to seek out and eliminate fraud, waste and abuse to preserve our precious resources.

    7. Remove barriers to entry into free markets for drug providers that offer safe, reliable and cheaper products. Congress will need the courage to step away from the special interests and do what is right for America. Though the pharmaceutical industry is in the private sector, drug companies provide a public service. Allowing consumers access to imported, safe and dependable drugs from overseas will bring more options to consumers.

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    Re: PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump

    Post  Carol on Fri May 06, 2016 11:33 pm

    Trump comes on at 25 minute mark
    Full Event: Donald Trump Holds MASSIVE Rally in Eugene, OR (5-6-16)


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