Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Whatever The Trump People Are Doing, It Isn't Working




Are a lot of Trump on-line supporters actually from Russia?


Rent Control Donald Style


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  1. Chen; writer for the New Yorker and Weiss for the Daily Beast (both left slanted rags) are showing so much concern about the Donald, that I suspect they see the Clinton campaign as faulty.
    Could it be rumors of Hillary's emails tying her to Russia? Pay to play Clinton.

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    1. How about Trump's ties to Vladimir Putin? I guess what galls me the most is how the farthest right wing 15-20% of the nation lives a total fantasy land. Almost everything they believe is complete nonsense. I mean....Donald Freaking Trump? It would be hysterical if it wasn't so pathetic.

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    2. The Daily 202: Russian meddling in U.S. election backfiring on Putin, hurting Trump
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/daily-202/2016/08/23/daily-202-russian-meddling-in-u-s-election-backfiring-on-putin-hurting-trump/57bb9b5bcd249a2fe363ba31/

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    3. Trump supporters, like Trump, just hit back blindly to any criticism - they'll never stay on the topic and address what is said, but attack instead.

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    4. It's a small hands thing.

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  2. Why would a Grandmother steal silverware? Hillary give it back. The tax payers paid for all that, and you've been shown to not be poor and desperate; not trustworthy yes. Poor no.

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    1. Trump Has Pocketed Nearly 8 Million Dollars Of Donor Money While Running For President
      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/23/trump-pocketed-8-million-dollars-donor-money-running-president.html

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    2. COOKED BOOKS
      Donald Trump Used Campaign Donations to Buy $55,000 of His Own Book
      http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/08/24/donald-trump-used-campaign-donations-to-buy-55-000-of-his-own-book.html

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  3. Out of 135 meetings with Hillary; 85 doners that contributed large amounts of cash totaling over one hundred million dollars to her foundation were given face to face meetings with her as Secretary of State.

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    1. What's a "doner?"

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    2. Mmm doner kabobs.. Yum!

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    3. Nothing illegal about that. Unsavory but that's how the world works.

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    4. The Clinton Foundation has done great work worldwide. This is just cooked up nonsense.

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    5. Haiti is so happy with the Clinton Foundation!!! Name some good they have done, please.

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    6. Only after you tell us of the wonders Trump's ex-KGB allies have accomplished in the Ukraine.

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    7. 7:58A Podesta had some dealings with Russia and the Ukraine didn't he? Why are they Trump's KGB buddies? Are you talking about the guy who just resigned? Sign of the times whether anyone likes it or not. All of these people go where the money is. It appears it's only wrong if you follow the elephant and not the donkey.

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  4. Media Matters: The Clinton Foundation Is A Global Charity -- Why Does The Press Treat It Like A Political Death Star?
    http://mediamatters.org/blog/2015/02/20/the-clinton-foundation-is-a-global-charity-why/202587

    "The Clinton Foundation returned to the headlines this week and once again the topic was promoted with lots of media hand-wringing. The problem is, it's not always clear journalists understand what the foundation does. At least it's not clear based on the media coverage.

    The news this week came from a Wall Street Journal article reporting that once Hillary Clinton left her job as secretary of state, the Clinton Foundation lifted its ban on donations from foreign governments. The ban was reportedly first put in place at the request of the Obama administration, which wanted to alleviate any possible conflicts of interest with its new secretary of state. When Clinton became a private citizen again in 2013, the foundation once again accepted money from foreign governments."

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    1. Trump thinks the Clinton Foundation is so crooked, he donated at least $100,000 to it

      @RealDonaldTrump thinks the Clinton Foundation is so crooked, he donated at least $100,000 to it.
      http://www.weeklystandard.com/for-years-trumps-charity-gave-veterans-little-more-than-peanuts/article/2000776

      The Trump Foundation's $57,000 in donations to veterans groups from 2009 to 2013 amounted to far less than Trump's donations to the Clinton Foundation. "Trump is listed on the Clinton Foundation's donor page as having given somewhere between $100,001 and $250,000," the Daily Caller reported last year.

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  5. The Trump-Putin Bromance Is Getting Even Shadier
    From the standpoint of the United States, the prospect that a President Donald Trump would be unduly influenced by Vladimir Putin has paled beside the far more harrowing prospect that he would be Vladimir Putin. Still, Trump’s relationship with Putin is creepy and mysterious. Some of its elements lie perfectly visible — the exchange of compliments between the two men, Putin’s efforts to help elect Trump, Trump’s adoption of unusually Russophilic policies on Ukraine, and the financial ties between Trump’s campaign and the Kremlin. The latter is coming more clearly into view with several new reports today.
    http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/08/the-trump-putin-bromance-is-getting-even-shadier.html

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  6. Trump just admitted his entire immigration posture is a big scam
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2016/08/23/trump-just-admitted-his-entire-immigration-posture-is-a-big-scam/?utm_term=.881cce48d022

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    1. By saying he's meet with president of Mexico?

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    2. Who cares what Trump does? His whole campaign now is an attempt to reverse all of the hate speeches he made during the primaries. Even if it means going south of the border to kiss some ass. Ding Dong Donny is as phony as they get.

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  7. Which candidate would the MVN support?

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    1. Depends on Henderson's mood.
      She's kind of like Trump that way.

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    2. Mood swing management. Not good for a guy with the nuclear codes.

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  8. 7:32A He's already said he's for the pot eating Johnson.

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    1. Better pot than Putin.

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    2. He?
      The MVN decider is a she. And she supports whichever party is paying her bills at any given moment.

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    3. Susan supports Republican Antonovich.

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    4. She'll take money from just about anybody.

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  9. It's obvious that the United States is friendly with Russia, so why all the fuss? Even Pres. Obama made the decision to watch Ukraine, once again; become blended with Russia.
    The articles are so Cold War.

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    1. Trump siding with Russia and against out allies in NATO was no small thing.

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    2. 'Treason'? Critics savage Trump over Russia hack comments

      Donald Trump's call on Russia to hack Hillary Clinton's emails has shocked, flabbergasted and appalled lawmakers and national security experts across the political spectrum, with one saying it was "tantamount to treason."

      Few would argue Wednesday that what the Republican presidential nominee said will directly cause Russia to conduct more cyber-espionage against the U.S. than it already is doing. But several described Trump's statements as dangerous for America's global standing. Some echoed the Clinton campaign in calling the comments a threat to national security.

      "It’s just one more example of the reckless and dangerous comments that Donald Trump makes that compromises American foreign policy objectives," said Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

      Leon Panetta, a former CIA director, told CNN's Christiane Amanpour that Trump's comments were "beyond the pale" because he was "in fact asking the Russians to engage in American politics." Later during a panel at the University of Pennsylvania, Panetta ramped up his rebuke, calling Trump’s remarks a “threat to our national security.”

      An aide to House Speaker Paul Ryan, the Wisconsin Republican who has endorsed Trump, added, meanwhile, that "Russia is a global menace led by a devious thug" and that it should stay out of the U.S. election.

      “The United States should not tolerate Russian meddling in November’s election,” said House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.). “Period.”

      http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/trump-russia-clinton-emails-treason-226303#ixzz4IGbEpK51

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    3. Okay 9:12A- Can we hold Obama responsible for doing nothing when Putin entered Ukraine or Syria? He could have hampered Putin by selling our over-abundance of natural gas to Europe and cut Putin. But he didn't. Didn't Obama abandon plans for a missle defense for Europe? Didn't Kerry visit Rusiia 20 time in a year and met with Putin twice-and what was the result? Do we know? Does Hillary have some ties with Russia? Plutonium maybe? She'll be any different than Obama? All you have said is rhetoric meant for the press to run away with, which they have. Do I like Donald? Not so much. Do I like the pot eater? Just got back from New Mexico-no one I asked was very fond of him. So we're really left without much of a choice. Be honest with yourself and look at all arguments.

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    4. Sorry, but Trump is a traitor. And the sad thing is he committed his treason out of ignorance and stupidity. Qualities that also make him unsuitable for this country's highest elective office.

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    5. 2:32PM A traitor, huh? Clinton has had financial dealings with Russia. I'm sure if you look at a lot of corps have dealings with Russia. You make these bold sweeping statements and yet you provide no facts. That's your right, but it scares me that you aren't an informed voter. Ya just gotta be fair all the way around to make an informed decision. If you said you weren't voting, I could understand. Our seated president has done a few questionable things and so has M's. Clinton. Why are they different?

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    6. 3:17 - Do you lie to your wife and children as much as you do the people here?

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    7. 4:38P I lied?

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    8. When don't you?

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  10. Yes, we agree with Gary Johnson. If any of you readers out there think that what we're witnessing in the Trump campaign is NOT facisim just ask any 90-year old ex-GI from the European Theatre what the face of facisim looks like. We think you'll discover unique comparisons can be made. And, yes, Trump is the illegimate grandson of Benito Mussolini and Generalissimo Franko.

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    1. They could mate?

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    2. You have the right to chose whomever you want. That being said, How is love of country fascism? Too much love of country is not good. Witness the WW2 Germans and Hitler. He mad race as well as a heightened love of all things German a big deal. How has Trump done that? You think with our checks and balances that he could become a dictator? I suppose if you look at Obama you could believe that, but you don't mention him. Do you want one world order? No borders? No belief in our system of rules? What?

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    3. Someone saying they love this country means nothing. It is their actions that count.

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  11. Clinton now leads Trump by 12%
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/clinton-trump-poll_us_57bd92d9e4b0b51733a6b1d5

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    1. Really? The Huff 'n Puff Post?

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    2. Certainly isn't those white power sites Donald reads.

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  12. What a crock! Hillary just gave open security emails to all with her unprotected server she had in her home basement. That should scare the 90 year old ex- GI. Does she intend to peddle all information to the highest bidder that contributes to her Foundation? Look what this generation has learned from the hard fought freedom from WWII. Nothing. Liberalism, everything revolves around them. Too much wacky weed.

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    1. Trump was a liberal before he wasn't.

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    2. Easy fella
      Take your meds

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    3. Seriously. He believed in a "woman's right to choose." I thought everyone knew what a flip flopper he is. There is a video.

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    4. 90 year old ex GI's don't get scared like you do.

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    5. Ironically, while I do not think that this was appropriate, her emails may have been safer at her private server then if hosted in the government:

      https://www.opm.gov/cybersecurity/cybersecurity-incidents/

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    6. Calm down pops, you'll bust a giblet, sound like you could use some of that wacky weed.

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  13. What was Gary J. Besides an isolationist? And Hillary? Which is your alternative this year with grabbing the ring from the merry-go-round of bad choices???

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  14. 3:27 pm. What drugs are you on?

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    1. 4:35 - why do you curse this blog with idiotic and contentless ad hominem attacks?

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    2. 4:35 resorts to ad hominem attacks because 4:35 does not have arguments. That is all that we need to know.

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  15. 3:38pm. Donald only reads Vartagoon Ooyj sites; he also supports Vartagoon Ooyj in the work place. Unlike Hillary or the Obama Administration. So much for your attempt with racists remarks on reading sites.

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    1. New York Magazine: There’s Just One Flaw in Donald Trump’s New Plan to Show He’s Not Racist

      Two weeks ago, the New York Times reported that Donald Trump’s focus groups found voters frequently use two words to describe their candidate: “unqualified” and “racist.” This assessment, while encouragingly on-point, presents a serious obstacle to the Trump campaign. And so, it has set out to mitigate this liability with “a full-fledged strategy to court black and Latino voters,” reports the Washington Post.

      The main difficulty Trump faces in dispelling the impression that he is a racist is that Trump is, in fact, a gigantic racist. His first appearance in the New York Times came in the context of his being caught refusing to rent apartments to African-Americans. A former Trump employee has detailed a series of private racist statements and acts — saying “laziness is a trait in blacks,” objecting to black people working for him in accounting, his staff shooing black people off the casino floor when he arrived. Trump has replied that the comments were “probably true,” but berated the person who made them as a “loser.” He has questioned the legitimacy of President Obama’s birth certificate, called him a “terrible student,” and implied he only made it into Harvard Law School due to affirmative action.

      http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/08/theres-one-flaw-in-trumps-plan-to-show-hes-not-racist.html

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  16. Read the front page of The Times tomorrow morning.

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