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    Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Tue Feb 09, 2016 2:21 pm

    HILLZILLA


    NEW HAMPSHIRE HATES HILLARY
    http://www.cnn.com/election/primaries/states/nh/Dem





    While Trump and Sanders smell victory, Hillary Clinton contemplates humiliation
    Hillary Clinton is running on one issue: Hillary Clinton.
    Unfortunately, very few Americans like Hillary Clinton.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/donald-trump/12147434/Hillary-Clinton-is-fighting-for-her-political-life-in-New-Hampshire.html


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:44 pm


    *SANDERS 57% CLINTON 41%



    *TRUMP 34% KASICH 16% BUSH 12%


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 10, 2016 9:31 am

    TRUMP AND HILLARY IN A BAR

    Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a bar.  Donald leans over, and With A smile on his face, says,
    "The media are really tearing you apart for That Scandal."

    Hillary: "You mean my lying about Benghazi?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "You mean the massive voter fraud?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "You mean the military not getting their votes counted?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Using my secret private server with classified material to Hide my Activities?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything Else?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Using the Clinton Foundation as a cover for tax evasion, Hiring Cronies,
    And taking bribes from foreign countries?
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "You mean the drones being operated in our own country without
    The Benefit of the law?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Giving 123 Technologies $300 Million, and right afterward it
    Declared Bankruptcy and was sold to the Chinese?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "You mean arming the Muslim Brotherhood and hiring them in the White House?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Whitewater, Watergate committee, Vince Foster, commodity Deals?"
    Trump: "No the other one:"

    Hillary: "The IRS targeting conservatives?"
    Trump: "No the other one:"

    Hillary: "Turning Libya into chaos?"
    Trump: "No the other one:"

    Hillary: "Trashing Mubarak, one of our few Muslim friends?"
    Trump: "No the other one:"

    Hillary: "Turning our backs on Israel?"
    Trump: "No the other one:"

    Hillary: "The joke Iran Nuke deal? "
    Trump: "No the other one:"

    Hillary: "Leaving Iraq in chaos? "
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "The DOJ spying on the press?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "You mean HHS Secretary Sibelius shaking down health insurance Executives?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Giving our cronies in SOLYNDRA $500 MILLION DOLLARS and 3 Months
    Later they declared bankruptcy and then the Chinese bought it?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "The NSA monitoring citizens' ?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "The State Department interfering with an Inspector General Investigation on departmental sexual misconduct?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Me, The IRS, Clapper and Holder all lying to Congress?"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "Threats to all of Bill's former mistresses to keep them quiet"
    Trump: "No, the other one."

    Hillary: "I give up! ... Oh wait, I think I've got it! When I stole the White House furniture, silverware and China when Bill left Office?"
    Trump: "THAT'S IT! I almost forgot about that one".


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:10 am

    Hillary Clinton’s political machine has been busted — thanks to Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren
    A political revolution within the Democratic Party has undermined Hillary Clinton's powerful political machine


    Several years before Bernie Sanders zoomed towards a virtual tie in national polls with Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren began the discussion about Wall Street’s influence in American politics. Warren even declared in 2014 that a portion of President Obama’s Omnibus bill “was written by Citigroup lobbyists.” Few politicians have directly accused investment banks of writing U.S. laws

    Warren paved the way for Bernie, and in doing so, helped the Sanders campaign undermine Hillary Clinton’s enormous political machine; a monstrosity that benefits from the status quo. I explain why Bernie Sanders has already made Clinton’s political machine implode in the following YouTube segment.


    The Atlantic has a provocative piece by Conor Friedersdorf that all Americans should read titled “Hillary Helps a Bank–and Then It Funnels Millions to the Clintons.” Let’s just say the article gives some insight into why Hillary Clinton is paid millions for speaking engagements. If you haven’t read Friedersdorf’s article, then you won’t know why there’s so much desire to read Clinton’s speech transcripts.

    Hillary Clinton’s political machine, which runs on a peculiar form of “honest graft,” as stated by Walter Russel Mead, has been undermined by a political revolution within the Democratic Party, and within American politics.

    Hillary Clinton has accepted campaign contributions from two major prison lobbyists, Wall Street, and the oil and gas industry, yet promises progressive stances against all these interests.

    In fact, Marco Rubio and Clinton take almost the same amount of money from prison lobbyists, as stated in Vice article titled How Private Prisons Are Profiting From Locking Up US Immigrants:

    VICE reviewed federal campaign disclosures and found that lobbying firms linked to GEO and CCA have already contributed more than $288,300 to three of the leading candidates. Clinton’s Ready for Hillary PAC received $133,246 from lobbying firms linked to GEO and CCA. Rubio’s PACs and campaign have taken a total of $133,450 from private prison companies or groups that lobby on their behalf. Bush’s campaign and his Right to Rise Super PAC have received $21,700 from lobbying groups affiliated with GEO and CCA.

    When Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton take essentially the same funding from GEO and CCA, and Jeb Bush actually receives less money than Clinton and Rubio, establishment politics proves ideology takes a back seat to cash.


    More: http://www.salon.com/2016/02/09/hillary_clintons_political_machine_has_been_busted_thanks_to_bernie_sanders_and_elizabeth_warren/


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:55 am

    'A vote for Hillary is a vote for endless, stupid war':
    Julian Assange accuses Clinton of 'spreading terrorism' through 'poor decisions' in diatribe against US Presidential hopeful


    - WikiLeaks founder brands Mrs Clinton a 'war hawk' who fuelled rise of ISIS
    - Accused her of getting 'an unseemly emotional rush out of killing people'
    - Said she had 'set back women's rights in Middle East by hundreds of years'
    - Assange said he had read 'thousands' of Mrs Clinton's leaked cables

    In a diatribe calling on Americans not to vote for her in the primary elections, the WikiLeaks founder branded her a 'war hawk' whose policy decisions had fuelled the rise of ISIS. He said he came to his judgement after 'years of experience' reading 'thousands' of Mrs Clinton's cables which had been passed to Wikileaks by U.S. soldier Bradley Manning. He added: 'Hillary didn't just vote for Iraq. She made her own Iraq. Libya is Hillary's Iraq and if she becomes president she will make more.  In 2011, Mrs Clinton boasted in a TV interview that 'we came, we saw, he died' – a reference to the execution of Colonel Gaddafi by Libyan rebels.

    Assange wrote: 'Hillary publicly took credit for the destruction of the Libyan state. Hillary's problem is not just that she's a war hawk.

    'She's a war hawk with bad judgment who gets an unseemly emotional rush out of killing people.'


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3440741/A-vote-Hillary-vote-endless-stupid-war-Julian-Assange-accuses-Clinton-spreading-terrorism-poor-decisions-diatribe-against-Presidential-hopeful.html#ixzz3zmxTyB7v


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:59 am


    Not too big to jail: Clinton has been giving this as her message on the stump about bankers -
    'no individual too powerful to jail'. But it is unclear whether she mentioned that as she met
    Goldman Sachs COO Gary Cohn in April 2013


    Thank you: Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, seems as pleased
    to see Hillary as she is to greet him. They were pictured on stage at the 2014 Clinton
    Global Initiative: Goldmans was a sponsor

    CLINTONS' SPEECHES IN NUMBERS
    15: Calendar years the Clintons have been on the speaking circuit
    729: Paid speeches made by the couple since Bill left office (not including in 2016)
    $153 million: Couple's total earnings from speeches
    92: Number of speeches Hillary has made
    $207,000: Average payment for Hillary speaking
    637: Speeches delivered by Bill Clinton
    $207,000: Average for a Bill speech
    Source: www.opensecrets.org campaign finance records and electoral filings


    EXCLUSIVE: How the Clintons embraced Wall Street and made $76,000 a DAY by cashing in with speech after speech - but now Hillary wants to fight to 'rein in' the money men

    - Hillary and Bill Clinton have taken in a total of $150 MILLION since 2001, when he left office
    - In 2015, at the height of their earning power,  she and Bill made $27,946,490 in total - $76,565.72 every day
    - They made speech after speech to Wall Street big names with 39 appearances for banks and other financial and legal institutions
    - She refuses to release transcripts which she ordered to be made of the speeches unless every candidate does the same for all private sector talks
    - Hillary spoke to series of other bodies, never for less than six figures, and even got $100,000 for a satellite appearance
    - Now she says she wants to 'rein in Wall Street' and get 'secret unaccountable money out of politics'


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3438129/The-Clintons-76-000-DAY-just-year-cashed-Wall-Street-speech-speech-including-100-000-just-appearing-video-link.html#ixzz3zmzLEw8I


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 10, 2016 2:20 pm

    Judge Mocks: Hillary ‘Wants to be President, and She’s a Felon’!

    “These (emails) are important because they show the manner and methods by which the United States government acquires foreign intelligence. And they name the names of people who supply United States intelligence. People in foreign countries, who if their names came out, they would be dead. They name the names of American agents who work with these people, people who if their names came out would be dead. And she has shown a cavalier attitude about preserving these secrets, which violates an oath she took when she became Secretary of State. Which violates the same federal criminal statute that was used to prosecute General Petraeus. Now, a few minutes ago you asked me, ‘Why should the American public be concerned about this woman?’ Because she want’s to be the President of the United States and she’s a felon and she should be indicted for it.”

    http://eaglerising.com/29957/judge-mocks-hillary-wants-to-be-president-and-shes-a-felon/


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 10, 2016 2:28 pm

    THE THEFT HAS BEGUN: NH gives Bernie and Hillary an EQUAL number of delegates.
    Clinton likely to leave NH with same number of delegates as Sanders

    See how it was done:

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/268935-clinton-likely-to-leave-nh-with-same-number-of-delegates


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Thu Feb 11, 2016 12:56 pm

    CLINTON FOUNDATION SUBPOENAED - MORE HUMA HEADACHE
    Full article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/clinton-foundation-received-subpoena-from-state-department-investigators/2016/02/11/ca5125b2-cce4-11e5-88ff-e2d1b4289c2f_story.html

    Investigators with the State Department issued a subpoena to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation last fall seeking documents about the charity’s projects that may have required approval from the federal government during Hillary Clinton’s term as secretary of state, according to people familiar with the subpoena and written correspondence about it.

    The subpoena also asked for records related to Huma Abedin, a longtime Clinton aide who for six months in 2012 was employed simultaneously by the State Department, the foundation, Clinton’s personal office, and a private consulting firm with ties to the Clintons.

    For months, Clinton has wrangled with controversy over her use of a private email server, which has sparked a separate investigation by the same State Department inspector general’s office. There is also an FBI investigation into whether her system compromised national security.

    Abedin has been a visible part of Hillary Clinton’s world since she served as an intern in the 1990s for the then-first lady while attending George Washington University. On the campaign trail, Clinton is rarely seen in public without Abedin somewhere nearby.



    [The inside story of how the Clintons built a $2 billion global empire]
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/the-inside-story-of-how-the-clintons-built-a-2-billion-global-empire/2015/06/02/b6eab638-0957-11e5-a7ad-b430fc1d3f5c_story.html?tid=a_inl


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    Post  Carol on Thu Feb 11, 2016 2:46 pm

    HILLARY ‘WINNING’ MORE DELEGATES THAN SANDERS PROVES THE ELECTION IS RIGGED
    Ask anyone who has decided not to vote in the upcoming elections why they have chosen to disengage and the answer usually boils down to the belief that our votes don’t matter. After the popular vote was won by Al Gore in the 2000 election, and George W. Bush was nonetheless appointed to the presidency, many came to see the democratic voting process as more symbolic than anything. The powerful, many have concluded, will determine the outcome of the election, based on two candidates that they find acceptable for us to select. If another should win instead, some strange technicalities will give things to whoever mostly closely reinforces the establishment.

    http://www.blacklistednews.com/Hillary_‘Winning’_More_Delegates_Than_Sanders_Proves_the_Election_Is_Rigged/48806/0/38/38/Y/M.html


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    Post  Carol on Fri Feb 12, 2016 11:54 am

    Einstein developed proof of this formula

    Energy = Mass x Speed of Light squared.

    A lesser known formulation of his asserted that:

    If you were to strip naked and run around in a circle at the speed of 298
    km/sec (the speed of light) it could be possible for you to screw yourself.

    If you are not physically capable of achieving that speed at your age, you
    can easily accomplish the same result by:

    Voting Democratic in the Nov. 8, 2016 election.


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XodSvsmUa6U
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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Mon Feb 15, 2016 8:56 pm

    Hillary is used to beating, kicking and abusing her own husband – former Nixon adviser
    Published time: 15 Feb, 2016 07:39

    The American presidential contest is heating up, but the new book about Democratic co-frontrunner Hillary Clinton may have some wide consequences. It alleges that the Clinton family has been involved in abuse, rape and fraud, not having any qualms with using the privileged position and money to shut the mouths of victims. What's the basis of these claims? Can it change the flow of the election campaign? We speak to the author of the book, a former advisor to Nixon and Reagan. Roger Stone is on Sophie&Co today.

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    Sophie Shevardnadze: Roger Stone, political strategist, former advisor to presidents Nixon, Reagan, to candidate Donald Trump.. Now, you've just pen a book, called "Clinton's war on women", where you alleged that a lot of, frankly, sensational things about the personal lives of Bill and HIllary Clinton. For instance, you claim that Clintons systematically abused women, sexually and physically. Do you mean to say they rape and beat them? I mean, is that what you're saying?

    Roger Stone: Well, Hillary Clinton's running for president of the U.S., claiming to be an advocate for women and that's true - unless you're one of those women unlucky enough to have been sexually assaulted by her husband. Eileen Wellstone, Juanita Broaddrick, Carolyn Moffet, Liz Ward, Becky Brown, Helen Dowdy, Polly Jones, Cathy Ferguson, Christy Zercher, Kathy Willey - I could go on, because they are in the hundreds. These women have been sexually assaulted by Bill and then it is Hillary Clinton, as I establish in my book, who hires the heavy-handed private detectives to then threaten those women, to intimidate them into silence, so they don't get in the way of the Clinton's rise to power and wealth.

    SS: Okay, so, mr. Stone, I guess the important question here is where do you get this information from?

    RS: From the women themselves. They've all been interviewed, extensively. Unfortunately here, in the mainstream media in the U.S., through most of the 90s you had a very substantial media blackout, but Juanita Broaddrick, for example, spoke about her horrific rape at the hands of Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton not only raped her but he bit her upper lip, almost bit it through as a bid to be silenced. She said this on NBC in an interview with Lisa Myers. She said it with Sean Hannity on Fox News network. Unfortunately, many in the mainstream media, in the thrall of the Clintons, didn't cover it. But, it happened, and no one has been able to disprove it. One of the great canards that comes from the Clinton's supporters is that they say: "Oh, that's all been discredited and has been disproved" - actually, none of it has been discredited, none of it has been disproved. We also reveal in the book that Hillary has been physically abusive of her husband.

    SS: Hold on, hold on, before we get to that point, I want to ask you, because, you know, these are very serious allegations, okay? So, why are we only hearing about them now, and, honestly, where is the guarantee that, you know, these women telling these stories, they are true? How can you trust them?

    RS: It's kinda like Bill Cosby: if there were one or two women, you might guess. I interviewed 27 women who tell an identical story. These women have not even spoke to each other in many cases. Here, in the U.S., when you publish a book like this, you can be sued. My lawyers, for the publisher, have gone through every word, my book is carefully documented with footnotes and sources. I stand behind my book and let the book speak for itself. Last week, Hillary Clinton put out a video designed for college rape victims and she said, and I quote: "You deserve to be believed". Why are those women different from these women who have been sexually assaulted by her husband? Why are we just hearing about it now? Because the mainstream media in this country has blocked this information. It's a very sad thing, but it's true. These women are available, they talk to other reporters, all these things have been reported elsewhere, but they don't get picked up by CBS.

    SS: How come they didn't block Monica Lewinsky but they block all these other women from telling their story?

    RS: Because Monica Lewinsky's relationship with Bill Clinton was a consensual relationship. My book is not about consensual sex. I am libertine, I understand consensual sex between adults...

    SS: No, no, hold on, that's not the point of my question. The point of my question is, if a woman wants to talk about having sex with a President, whether it's rape or consensual, media definitely grabs that story and then you have a President who is almost impeached, so why wouldn't they talk about these other 27 women that you allege were abused by Bill Clinton?

    RS: In many cases it took a lawsuit. Bill Clinton denied, for example, that he ever met Paula Jones. Then, in the House impeachment inquiry, when he was under oath, he reluctantly admitted that he had assaulted her and her paid her $850,000 in a legal settlement. So, these women have spoken out in many cases. Let me say this: when you have your children threatened, your pets killed, you home ransacked and broken into, your car windows shattered, when you have late-night phone calls saying "We know where your children go to school".... many of these women were very reticent to talk because they are poor women. They are not women who can afford lawyers. They are not women who can afford to fight back. By the way, Michael Isikoff from NBC, he has reported this, Roger Morris, Pulitzer prize-winning author of Washington Post, he has reported this. So, it's not just Roger Stone who has made these allegations.

    More: https://www.rt.com/shows/sophieco/332460-hillary-husband-nixon-adviser/


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:14 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gbvi0vsGLc
    MORE SEX! MORE DRUGS! & MORE MURDER! Why Hillary Shouldn't be in the White House w/ Victor Thorn

    EXCELLENT INTERVIEW! WELL WORTH LISTENING TOO.

    Published on Feb 19, 2016
    THE RUSSELL SCOTT SHOW - Victor Thorn picks up right where he left off with Hillary (and Bill). In Crowning Clinton: Why Hillary Shouldn't be in the White House, Thorn provides groundbreaking information that mainstream media sources never had the courage to touch it at all.

    In this interview: The political correctness of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Bill's journeys to "Pedophile Island", Bernie Sanders and Animal Farm, Hillary's failing health.


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    Re: MORE SEX! MORE DRUGS! & MORE MURDER! Why Hillary Shouldn't be in the White House w/ Victor Thorn

    Post  Jenetta on Fri Feb 19, 2016 10:20 pm

    As a personal note to you Americans I would say as a Canadian that your forthcoming selection for President doesn't hold much hope for the American people with the available candidates...vote ANDREW BASIAGO for President!

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016

    What Are We Smelling?

    So far I have mostly tried to ignore the US presidential race. It's a distraction from doing things that are either pleasant or useful—of which it is neither. I haven't always tried to completely ignore these torrents of nonsense that erupt every four years like a gushing sewer, but, in general, I was never interested in the outcome, because in all but one case I genuinely disliked all of the candidates. Jimmy Carter is the only one whose hand I would shake. I wouldn't want to breathe the same air with any of the others—all lizard-brained miscreants who have left a slimy trail through the White House.

    As I understand it, the way this system is supposed to work is as follows. There is just one good, solid reason to vote for the Democratic candidate: to keep out the Republicans, who are so much worse than the Democrats. And there is just one good, solid reason to vote for the Republican candidate: to keep out the Democrats, who are so much worse than the Republicans. Now, you may ask yourself, How is it possible for both sides to be worse at the same time? Well, you are right, that's not possible. Obviously, they have to take turns at becoming the worst. Whoever happens to be in office adds another turn to the downward spiral.

    This seems like a good, solid arrangement—if the goal is to produce the most bloated, corrupt, criminal, warmongering, terrorist-coddling, bankrupt government the Earth has ever known—it is, indeed, all of these things. But it has just one tiny flaw: getting people to vote for you by teaching them to hate the other side is effective, but it's purely negative. To introduce a positive, aspirational element, it is necessary to somehow make people feel that it is possible to bring about political change by voting for someone within the Democratic or the Republican party. Of course, this is sheer nonsense, because the only people pulling the strings are the ones who write the checks, and you don't get to vote for any of them. But people don't want to believe that they are completely powerless, and the same people who fell for it in thinking that they could bring about change by voting for Obama are now falling for it again, thinking that they can bring about change by voting for Bernie. No, you can't possibly ever change things by voting for the Democratic/Republican duopoly. Oh, and you can't possibly ever change things by voting against it either. Sorry, Jill Stein.

    So that's how it goes, generally, getting worse and worse each time. But things can't just continue to going from bad to worse forever; eventually, something has to give. At some point there must come a phase transition, or an inflection point, or some sort of political collapse scenario. And this year seems somewhat atypical because the quality of the candidates is so poor.

    On the Democratic side, we have Hillary the Giant Flying Lizard, but she seems rather impaired by just about everything she has ever done, some of which was so illegal that it will be hard to keep her from being indicted prior to the election. She seems only popular in the sense that, if she were stuffed and mounted and put on display, lots of folks would pay good money to take turns throwing things at her. And then we have Bernie, the pied piper for the “I can't believe I can't change things by voting” crowd. He seems to be doing a good job of it—as if that mattered.

    On the Republican side we have Donald and the Seven Dwarfs. I previously wrote that I consider Donald to be a mannequin worthy of being installed as a figurehead at the to-be-rebranded Trump White House and Casino (it is beneath my dignity to mention any of the Dwarfs by name) but Donald has a problem: he sometime tells the truth. In the most recent debate with the Dwarfs he said that Bush lied in order to justify the invasion of Iraq. Candidates must lie—lie like, you know, like they are running for office. And the problem with telling the truth is that it becomes hard to stop. What bit of truthiness is he going to deliver next? That 9/11 was an inside job? That Osama bin Laden worked for the CIA, and that his death was faked? That the Boston Marathon bombing was staged, and the two Chechen lads were patsies? That the US military is a complete waste of money and cannot win? That the financial and economic collapse of the US is now unavoidable? Even if he can stop himself from letting any more truthiness leak out, the trust has been broken: now that he's dropped the T-bomb, how can he be relied upon to lie like he's supposed to?

    And so we may be treated to quite a spectacle: the Flying Lizard, slouching toward a federal penitentiary, squaring off against the Donald the T-bomber. That would be fun to watch. Or maybe the Lizard will implode on impact with the voting booth and then we'll have Bernie vs. the T-bomber. Being a batty old bugger, and not wanting to be outdone, he might drop some T-bombs of his own. That would be fun to watch too.

    Not that any of this matters, of course, because the country's trajectory is all set. And no matter who gets elected—Bernie or Donald—on their first day at the White House they will be shown a short video which will explain to them what exactly they need to do to avoid being assassinated. But I won't be around to see any of that. I've seen enough. This summer I am sailing off: out Port Royal Sound, then across the Gulf Stream and over to the Abacos, then a series of pleasant day-sails down the Bahamas chain with breaks for fishing, snorkeling and partying with other sailors (I know, life is so hard!), then through the Windward Passage, a stop at Port Antonio in Jamaica, and then onward across the Caribbean to an undisclosed location. Please let me know if you want to crew. I guarantee that there will be absolutely no election coverage aboard the boat.

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    Um... why do people still vote?
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    Post  Carol on Sat Feb 20, 2016 1:17 pm

    I like Andrew Bassiago. However, Trump is a successful financial business man and given the current state of things probable the most experienced with this end of things.


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    Sometimes I wonder about this Pris given how all of the future presidents have been identified via the secret time-travel program that Bush was involved in. However, I think the time line must have shifted with Trump running for office and being self-funded. He isn't owned by anyone.


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    Sometimes I wonder about this Pris given how all of the future presidents have been identified via the secret time-travel program that Bush was involved in. However, I think the time line must have shifted with Trump running for office and being self-funded. He isn't owned by anyone.

    I don't know what to make of a 'secret time-travel program' identifying future presidents (frick, anything is possible I suppose).

    But, IF Trump isn't owned by anyone (gee, look what the 'inequity' of money/wealth can do)...



    Meantime, we still have a money system, we still have governments (bad), corporatocracy/plutocracy (bad-bad)... same structures (controlled by the same people) that continue to oppress everyone practically everywhere.

    Regardless... there's really only one thing to do.  Care to join me?


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    Post  Carol on Sat Feb 20, 2016 7:00 pm

    Sure.

    But John Hogue who has successfully predicted the past 12 presidents identified Trump for 2016. There is some other info out there as to some major financial changes. I just wonder what Trump will do once in office and who he'll select as his running mate.


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    Oh, hey... someone sent me this today.  I skimmed over it and thought I'd share.  It appears that Trump has not always been a 'successful financial business man'.


    TRUMP AIRLINES - In October 1988, Donald Trump threw his wallet into the airline business by purchasing Eastern Air Shuttle, a service that for 27 years had run... hourly flights between Boston, New York City and Washington, D.C. For roughly $365 million, Trump got a fleet of 17 Boeing 727s, landing facilities in each of the three cities and the right to paint his name on an airplane. But his gamble was a bust. A lack of increased interest from customers combined with high pre–Gulf War fuel prices meant the shuttle never turned a profit. The high debt forced Trump to default on his loans, and ownership of the company was turned over to creditors. The Trump Shuttle ceased to exist in 1992.

    TRUMP CASINOS - Donald Trump's gambles don't always go as planned. Especially when that gamble is gambling itself. In February 2009, Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the third time in a row — an extremely rare feat in American business. The casino company, founded in the 1980s, runs the Taj Mahal, the Trump Plaza and the Trump Marina. Trump defended himself by distancing himself from the company, though he owned 28% of its stock. "Other than the fact that it has my name on it — which I'm not thrilled about — I have nothing to do with the company," he said. He resigned from Trump Entertainment soon after that third filing, but in August of that year he, and an affiliate of Beal Bank Nevada, agreed to buy the company for $100 million.

    TRUMP MARRIAGES - Donald Trump's life in the bedroom has been messy at best. The real estate magnate married his first wife, Ivana, in 1977, but things got rocky after Trump's affair with actress Marla Maples surfaced in New York City tabloids. "You bitch, leave my husband alone!" Ivana told Maples on a ski trip in Aspen, Colo. Ivana's warning fell on deaf ears, and in 1992, Trump left her with a reported $25 million settlement and married his mistress one year later. His marriage to Maples was even shorter-lived, and the couple divorced in 1999. These days, Trump is married to Slovenian supermodel Melania Knauss.

    TRUMP MORTGAGE - In April 2006, Trump announced that, after years in the real estate business, he was launching a mortgage company. He held a glitzy press conference at which his son Donald Jr. predicted that Trump Mortgage would soon be the nation's No. 1 home-loan lender. Trump told CNBC, "Who knows more about financing than me?" Apparently, plenty. Within a year and a half, Trump Mortgage had closed shop. The would-be lending powerhouse was done in by timing (the housing market cratered in 2007) and ironically enough, given Trump's Apprentice TV show, poor hiring. The executive Trump selected to run his loan company, E.J. Ridings, claimed to have been a top executive at a prestigious investment bank. In reality, Ridings' highest role on Wall Street was as a registered broker, a position he held for a mere six days.

    TRUMP UNIVERSITY - They hoped to get rich off real estate, so they enrolled in Donald Trump’s University to learn the tricks of the trade, some of them maxing out their credit cards to pay tens of thousands of dollars for insider knowledge they believed could make them wealthy.

    Do you remember Trump University? Probably not — founded in 2005, it didn’t really catch on. And one big reason it didn’t catch on is because it was a total scam, say former students in complaints that were filed to the Federal Trade Commission and were unearthed by a Freedom of Information Act recently requested by Gizmodo.

    “I want my $35,000+ back. All I got was books that I could have gotten from the library that could guide me better then Trump’s class did." Another grievance describes a strategy reminiscent of Scientology. After paying $1,495 for a three-day seminar, which provided information freely available on Zillow, “attendees were told that unless they purchased additional products (software; individual coaching) they would not succeed,” the complaint states.

    In 2013, the New York Attorney General’s office filed a $40 million lawsuit against the former reality star and current Republican presidential candidate for failing to impart the promised real estate education on 5,000 students and subjecting prospective students to high-pressure sales tactics. In April 2015, a judge ruled that Trump was indeed personally responsible and that the matter would go to trial. A class-action suit against Trump related to Trump University is also pending.

    TRUMP VODKA - Trump vodka was introduced in 2006 to much fanfare. At the time, Trump predicted the T&T (Trump and Tonic) would become the most requested drink in America. On Larry King Live, he said he got into the vodka business to outdo his friends at Grey Goose. Ten years later, Grey Goose is still on top shelves throughout the country. As for Trump vodka? Yeah, we'd never heard of it either. The New York City blog Gothamist reported the vodka stopped production "because the company failed to meet the threshold requirements." In 2011, Trump's company filed an injunction to prevent an ISRAELI company from selling Trump vodka without his consent or authorization. Meaning the Donald stopped the only people in world who wanted to drink his vodka from doing so.

    CHINA CONNECTION - "The problem with our country is we don't manufacture anything anymore," Donald Trump told Fox News recently. "The stuff that's been sent over from China," he complained, "falls apart after a year and a half. It's crap." That very same Donald Trump has his own line of clothing, and it's made in ... China. (OK, OK — not all of it. Salon, which reported this intriguing, head-scratching fact, notes that some of his apparel is from MEXICO and Bangladesh.)

    BANKRUPTCIES - Donald Trump brags about how well his businesses have fared. Yet, no major U.S. company has filed for Chapter 11 more than Trump's casino empire in the last 30 years.

    In 1990, the banking institutions that backed his real estate investments had to bail him out with a $65 million "rescue package" that contained new loans and credit. But it wasn't enough, and in 1991 the famous developer was nearly $4 billion in debt and his famous Taj Mahal casino had to file bankruptcy, [with another bankruptcy for Trump Castle Associates being filed in 1992*]. Trump's economic troubles continued through the '90s, while he was personally leveraged to nearly $1 billion. In 2004, Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts also filed for bankruptcy. In 2009, the same company (by then renamed Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc.) filed for bankruptcy again.

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    http://time.com/money/4010695/trump-university-scam-donald-trump/

    http://money.cnn.com/2015/08/31/news/companies/donald-trump-bankruptcy/index.html

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    Post  Pris on Sun Feb 21, 2016 6:23 pm

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    This is from 15 years ago:




    It is more than likely that Trump is just another hoodwink.





    It's all part of 'The Game'.

    You don't need a crystal ball or fancy time travel to foresee the future (just watch The Simpsons lol, The X-Files/The Lone Gunmen etc. [9/11, Hillary presidency etc.]) when you are a member of a certain group of individuals that control the mainstream media and stage events/world events in advance, using 'predictive programming'..... to psychologically prepare the public/victims for what is to come.


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    Post  Carol on Sun Feb 21, 2016 10:40 pm

    yep.. Simpsons gets the "hidden" info out first. Glad we don't have TV and never did like the Simpsons so didn't watch it.
    No matter what anyone says, Trump is better then the last 4 presidents and he will be left with the biggest financial mess imaginable along with some major social issues, illegals overrunning the country, etc. If the felon Hillary got in it would just be much, much worse. At least Trump is entertaining as was Reagan. I feel sorry for the mess he's going to be left with.


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    Post  Pris on Sun Feb 21, 2016 10:52 pm

    Carol wrote:yep.. Simpsons gets the "hidden" info out first. Glad we don't have TV and never did like the Simpsons so didn't watch it.

    Come to think of it, I never really liked that show either.  We gave up cable around 2002 but clung to a couple of channels with bunny ears until about 2009. albino  
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