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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-10-2015


Essentially the Trump entry into the Republican race timed right exactly after the Bush announcement for candidacy,
was a primetime political maneuver to upstage and completely deteriorate any possible Bush momentum.

Trump hates Bush ... is my take on the whole affair, the entire Trump pantomine was initiated and staged ...
to .... bushwhack Bush Whip

The problem Trump encountered is that even he was somewhat surprised at the magnitude of his success,
and now he is riding the unexpected tidal wave by what he knows best --- how to wing it spontaneously,
and ride out the wave to the beach.

You do hear him say this way too much:

"trust me, believe me ... I will ... do everything"

The next debate will demand more solid political answers of Trump. 

Marco Rubio remains the NoWhere man.
Rand Paul is still the Riddler.
Carly Fiorina is the token Republican female in the upcoming debate.
Cruz is just a bit ... spooky Dunno

Not only has Bush taken a beating in those Iowa polls, 
but Walker sank faster than a lead weight in water after the debates to non existant Lol
It is over for Walker Whip

His lame attempt at questioning Trump's faith was a feeble political ploy,
and digresses from true political content needed to be addressed.
The Iowa polls however do not represent the other states at all.
I don't see Carson holding on to his base that long.
Bush will emerge stronger in upcoming states,
but none of that can stop the Trump Bump  momentum.

Trump will have to make a serious faux-pas on primetime media to slow down his momentum.
It seems unlikely, 
that El Stupidissimo Jeb Bush will be convincing enough in the debate when he attempts to trump Trump,
with an aggressive enough stature that he will have to display this time,
as he has failed to convince anyone that he has a true political spinal cord  needed for the presidency.

Hillary on the other hand definitively has that political spinal cord to be the Titanium Lady,
and everybody can see that,
but nobody trusts her anymore to be accountable, except the faithful sheepies  

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and Bernie Sanders
is saying all the right things appealing to the wide Democratic base in his recent interviews.

So therefore, Joe Biden needs to shit  Whip
or get off the pot.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-10-2015

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-11-2015

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-12-2015
Quote:Trump Just Revealed How Long He Thinks It Would Take Him To Deport 11 Million Illegals
Submitted by IWB, on September 11th, 2015

by B. Christopher Agee, Western Journalism

Trump took another direct shot at his closest current primary rival.

After gaining significant support early on from his strong rhetoric against illegal immigration, Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has since faced criticism for a perceived lack of details backing up his bluster.

He answered that call last month by releasing a five-page immigration plan. This week, he provided some more insight into his presidential plan to deport illegals currently living in the U.S.

Trump spoke to a group of Alabama Republicans Thursday to announce his projected timeline for identifying and deporting the millions of illegals residing in America.
“We have to get them out,” he affirmed. “If we have wonderful cases, they can come back in, but they have to come back in legally.”

When a caller proposed five or ten years as a forecast, Trump explained he expects to get the job done much faster.
“It’s called really good management,” he responded. “It can be done.”

As for the estimated number of illegals in the country, Trump scoffed at the notion that it has remained stagnant in recent years.
“Our country doesn’t even know what the number is,” he said. “It’s been 11 million for years, but they don’t even know what it is. It could be much more than that.”

No matter how many there are, though, he said it is imperative for the next president to take the issue of deportation seriously.
He predicted the process “can take 18 months to two years if properly handled.”

Addressing concerns that his plan is untenable, Trump took another direct shot at his closest current primary rival, Ben Carson.
“It wouldn’t work for him,” he said of the deportation plan, “because he has absolutely no management capabilities.”
h/t: Wall Street Journal
TRUMP Monday Dallas Rally SOLD OUT 20,000 Seats- Tickets being scalped on EBAY for $30!
Submitted by IWB, on September 12th, 2015

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-13-2015
CNN: Clinton's emails she thought she wiped 'might not be erased after all'


if it were you or I
the records would have been found months ago
just like they knew who did it the day after 9/11


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-16-2015


El Stupidissimo Bush just spent 24 million prime timing TV ads today, for this debate .
What a shit stain loser.
Arnold the Pig on the old 60's Green Acres TV comedy was smarter than Bush.
smarter than Bush
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I bet that Trump didn't spend a dime on TV ads.
All he has to do is score evenly with the rest.

Carly Fiorina hasn't said a word yet and I am already bored with her answer.
Here she is with her hubby and the yappy pooches
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No Whip

Marco Rubio is going to try and prove that he isn't the Nowhere Man.

Rand Paul the Riddler remains a curiousity pending a possible good performance. 
Here he has a new take no prisoners attitude in the debate,
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Weasel Walker is going to slop shit his way through this debate and look even worse.

Ted Cruz Dunno will bitch slap somebody, probably Bush.
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Chris Yak Christie is another loser that can't see what is coming.  

Ben who? ... oh ... Ben Carson Hmm2
he's just too Cream of Wheat for me ...
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The Bush team thinks they are going to score tomorrow night:

Quote:Bush’s team has been scouring Trump’s business records, 
previous statements and political giving. 
“Trump is going to see what low-energy looks like,” 
said one Bush adviser who is not on campaign payroll.

Trump has the right response

Quote:“The polls are really looking good,” 
Trump tweeted as he arrived in Los Angeles. 
“#1 everywhere despite all lobbyist & special interest $ being spent against me.”

The parade of Republican riff raff begins to stage the direction of the debate:

Quote:“If you don’t know the answer to these questions, 
then you are not going to be able to serve as commander and chief,” 
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said, 
pointing to Trump’s struggle to answer questions about foreign policy. 

“There’s nothing behind the curtain,” 
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says of Trump. 

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal was even more direct, calling Trump a “madman.”

Bobby Jindal Lol
Lindsay Graham Lol
The Republican Debate Rant-Off


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-16-2015
Quote:National Security: A new poll finds that despite her email breaches, voters still think Hillary Clinton is the best candidate to protect the country from cyberattacks. They clearly miss the gravity of the scandal.
Of course, it's not their fault. The Washington media have reported the story in fits and starts, while failing to provide context and relevance.
National security lies at the heart of the scandal. The FBI is investigating whether any of the Top Secret classified information passing through former Secretary of State Clinton's homebrew email server fell into the hands of America's enemies. Her server was unsecured and highly vulnerable to cyberattacks.
But apparently this critical angle is lost on registered voters, 42% of whom think Clinton is the White House hopeful "most qualified" to protect U.S. computer networks from hackers. Astoundingly, Clinton easily bested the rest of the 2016 field, according to the poll of 1,000 registered voters conducted by Wakefield Research and the encryption firm PKWare. GOP front-runner Donald Trump was a distant second at 24%.
In fact, Clinton is the worst person to defend the nation from cyberespionage.

What the public doesn't understand is that Clinton not only put national security at risk with her private email server. She also knew she was exposing state secrets to hackers — and did it anyway. Consider:
• In January 2009, diplomatic security officials "read in" Hillary on procedures to ID and handle classified information. Her security training included distinguishing classified from unclassified material and sending classified messages using the government's closed, encrypted email system, known as Secret Internet Protocol Router Network, or SIPRNet.
Yet Hillary secretly set up and used a separate unsecured email system in the basement of her New York residence to send and receive highly classified information.
• In February 2010, Clinton chided a staffer, Jake Sullivan, for hesitating to send a classified foreign speech to her personal and unsecured email account. "Just email it," she ordered him in a recently disclosed email, revealing her cavalier attitude toward protecting classified information from hackers.
• In July 2010, Clinton solicited additional classified information through her unsecured email — even though, at the time, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had hacked and released some 92,000 State Department and Defense Department cables and other classified documents.
• In November 2012, Clinton's private email account was reconfigured to use Google's servers as a backup in case her own private server failed — though just a year earlier Beijing had tried to break into the Google mail accounts of senior U.S. government officials. The then-secretary had backed up Google's accusations against the Chinese government, in June 2011.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 09-16-2015

Mr Rubio the nowhere man, may just be waiting in the wings, watching the rest of the field take pot shots at each other until some attrition narrows things down to more comfortable levels.
He seems to have avoided the attention of negative publicity to a large degree, and by keeping that low profile, and continuing to make good sense when he does speak, may appear to be the most intelligent, and attractive candidate in the final analysis?
All he really has to do tonight is hold the ground he currently occupies, and fend off the negativity others are experiencing, and it is a win, win for him now!
Plenty of time to shine later.......if the money holds out?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-16-2015
Quote:President Obama announced a new executive order on Tuesday which authorizes federal agencies to conduct behavioral experiments on U.S. citizens in order to advance government initiatives.

“A growing body of evidence demonstrates that behavioral science insights — research findings from fields such as behavioral economics and psychology about how people make decisions and act on them — can be used to design government policies to better serve the American people,” reads the executive order, released on Tuesday.

The new program is the end result of a policy proposal the White House floated in 2013 entitled “Strengthening Federal Capacity for Behavioral Insights.”

According to a document released by the White House at that time, the program was modeled on one implemented in the U.K. in 2010. That initiative created a Behavioral Insights Teams, which used “iterative experimentation” to test “interventions that will further advance priorities of the British government.” 

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-16-2015


Quote:According to a document released by the White House at that time, 
the program was modeled on one implemented in the U.K. in 2010. 
That initiative created a Behavioral Insights Teams, 
which used “iterative experimentation” 
to test 
“interventions that will further advance priorities of the British government.” 

The British government is like the Kremlin remodeled into an insane asylum.
It of course depends on those "priorities" advanced.

Priorities are pliable and also manufacturable.
This "program" is going too far obviously.

Just another excuse to limit freedom and will and rights.

Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose -- Janis Joplin 1968 ... talking about love and life

Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose  --- Bollocks Obama 2015 ... talking about your rights

"Behavorial Insights" ... is called developmental Political Correctness


This is why Trump is leading now,
he is not PC.

This is also why Biden had better not bother to run, he is Team PC.

The Hillary K-Hole is the precipice before the abyss of mandating PC.
None of her sheep see it that way.

Is Jeb any different?  
Is Cruz, Walker, Fiorina, Christie, Rubio, Jindal, Graham etc etc ... any different? 
Rand Paul stands apart from all that IMO.

It is PC playhouse attacking Trump tonight?

We shall see.

3 hours and counting before the yak fight 989 <----- Republican Debate


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-16-2015

I have a head ache already

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-17-2015


That idiot Bush wants to put Margaret Thatcher on the 10$ bill.


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then Fiorina nailed Bush with:

Quote:The pot nowadays isn't the pot Jeb smoked twenty years ago Whip

Bush low fiving with Trump was sad and lame.

Trump scored well with the vaccine issue IMO,
and I will bet that Carson will lose polling points more so than Trump,
and all the others gain a point or two here or there,
with Bush saving himself enough to hang in there like the hang dog bone head he is.

Nobody failed in the debate and nobody gained that much.

I liked Rand Paul's answers though somewhat sedately offered, 
Rubio was interesting and ready,
Cruz was eloquent but a little too Slyly Whiplash,
Carson was too boring and all Cream of Wheat, 
Trump held his own convincingly enough to show that all the rest are still second rate hacks,
and Bush was a polished Stupidissimo that is best remembered in the debate
as putting Margaret Thatcher on the 10$ bill, and being a pot head 20 years ago,
trying to convine everybody that he has testosterone on stage.
Fiorina is too cutesy and pissy prissy perfect at the same time,
Weasel Walker was dripping with slime the entire debate,
Kasich is just so what, so just shut up,
and that snot Christie is the eternal snoid that might gain a point in the polls.

The Atlantic just gave Fiorina the win.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 09-17-2015

Well yesterday was a pretty good debate, I think Fiorina did the best of them all, Rubio was second and I liked what Ron Paul said, Trump acted like a fish out of the water in several topics.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 09-17-2015

Fiorina did shine several times. I think she probably gained more ground over what she walked in with than any other person on the stage.
However, as Jan said to me last night
"Bitch Face at rest"

Rubio continues to do very well. Hang in there boy!

I think Carson lost huge last night.
I think Rand Paul is finished for good and all, whether he knows it or not.
Bush fell flat once again.
Christie did just well enough to earn a spot on somebody's staff as junkyard dog (Atty general) for those times when you absolutely have to have someone executed.
Scott Walker and Kasich are the little lost nowhere twins.
Huckabee could be our new ambassador to Israel.
Lindsey Graham could be our new ambassador to Iran/Secretary of War.
Cruz could be be our national Chaplain.

Trump remains the 'Fly in everybody's milk'
A true Wild Card.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-18-2015

On Rubio,
he showed something different this time, and what he needs to do more often.
... he needs to get nasty with style ...
take a lesson from Trump's play book, but in his own way.

Rubio did that in one moment on the debate.

Did you notice that f-ing idiot Jake Tapper Whip {the CNN moderator},
address Rubio as ... Rand Paul?


Well Rubio was not happy.
His response was quick and sharp.
he said this with a sarcatic smile that was excellent,
Quote:Yea, we all look alike don't we Jake?

That was a major put down of the CNN moderator.
It was the way Rubio did it.
He came out spontaneously in disgust of Tapper who deserved to be taken off the program on the spot,
for addressing Rubio as Rand Paul.
That is what Rubio needs to display, more spontaneous splash just like that.
Rubio did well in the debate for the most part.
Rand Paul is a good statesman,
but he comes off too Hollywood Roman Senator in a white sheet and hazy halo.
Cruz is too articulate in massive snoid factor.
Carson decomposed on stage into a melt pool of boredom, 
and Bush was the same pinhead goof ball he always is.
Trump held his own, and Pissy Fiorina thinks she scored a TKO,
but she just sat down from round 2.
Weasel Walker is finished.
So are the rest, and Rand Paul will hold on but sees the end game for him soon.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 09-18-2015

I'm watching The Apprentice
...for...uhhh...research purposes......
S1/E01 starts with Trump testing
16 "candidates" by having them sell
lemonade on NY streets.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 09-18-2015

I didnt like Cruz because he sounded very rehearsed, his words sounded like he was reading from a script, people want more honest, spontaneous answers no a pre-recorded message.-

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-18-2015
Quote:A major public-interest group that investigate and exposes government and political corruption -- even criminality -- released documents that included an official correspondence from Obama's Under Secretary of State for Management, Patrick F. Kennedy, advising Hillary Clinton's legal counsel to literally destroy all copies of a classified email. The email in question was discovered in records Clinton turned over to the State Department six months before, according to Judicial Watch on Thursday.

Clinton's attorney, Bill Clinton's "Monicagate" mouthpiece David Kendall, had rejected the request for the email's destruction as Congress and other investigators had demanded electronic records be preserved. The message also provides additional proof that Hillary Clinton ignored lawmakers who demanded she or her representatives turn over all electronic copies of the approximately 55,000 pages of emails she previously gave the State Department in paper form. That transaction allowed her and her sycophants in the media to claim she cooperated fully with the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

The documents were disclosed by the State and Justice Departments as a result of a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit in which the group's legal team asked a federal judge to issue from the bench an order to preserve and protect any emails Clinton has yet to turn over to either the State Department or to any congressional committee. The judge's order included those emails in which Mrs. Clinton and her legal and political representatives unilaterally determined to be personal.

Secretary Kennedy is in-charge of 13 Department of State bureaus, including the Bureau of Diplomatic Security and the Office of White House Liaison. His letter to Clinton's longtime attorney David Kendall stated in part: "I am writing in reference to the following e-mail that is among the approximately 55,000 pages that were identified as potential federal records and produced on behalf of former Secretary Clinton to the Depa1tment of State on December 5, 2014: E-mail forwarded by Jacob Sullivan to Secretary Clinton on November 18, 2012 at 8:44 pm (Subject: Fw: FYI- Report of arrests -possible Benghazi connection)."

Kennedy also wrote: "Please be advised that today the above referenced e-mail, which previously was unclassified, has been classified as 'Secret' pursuant to Section 1.7(d) of Executive Order 13526 in connection with a review and release under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). In order to safeguard and protect the classified information, I ask – consistent with my letter to you dated March 23 2015 – that you, Secretary Clinton and others assisting her in responding to congressional and related inquiries coordinate in taking the steps set forth below."

The letter shows that Clinton was actually advised to delete electronic copies of her State Department correspondence. "Once you have made the electronic copy of the documents for the Department, please locate any electronic copies of the above-referenced classified document in your possession. If you locate any electronic copies, please delete them. Additionally, once you have done that, please empty your 'Deleted Items' folder," Patrick wrote.

Patrick Kennedy's correspondence is evidence of the State Department knowing that Clinton had classified material on her email system two months before it was revealed by the news media on July 23. At that time, Congress had been told about this issue by Charles McCullough, the inspector general of the intelligence community under the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper..

Victoria Toensing, a respected national security litigator and former deputy attorney general, told the Daily Caller that the State Department’s actions regarding Hillary Clinton “is a double standard. I’ve never been given that treatment.” Toensing while working for President Ronald Reagan's administration in the 1980's is responsible for creating the U.S. Department of State's first counterterrorism terrorism unit, pointed to the government’s requirement that classified materials be held in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility. “You have to trot yourself out to a government agency that holds classified material and enter a SCIF. You’re like in a prison cell,” she said.

“Judicial Watch exposed a cover-up with criminal implications. Why on Earth would John Kerry’s State Department tell Mrs. Clinton to delete classified Benghazi records before finding out where and how this material had been disclosed?” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “That the State Department asked Clinton’s lawyer to destroy federal records shows a level of distain for the rule of law that goes beyond the pale. These letters should have been disclosed to more than one federal judge. The evident contempt and obstruction of justice by both Mrs. Clinton and the Obama administration will be brought to the attention the courts,” Fitton noted.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-19-2015

TV media pimps trying anything they can on Trump with the Obama - Muslim non-issue.
Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, and ‘No Apologies’ Conservatism
Quote:I think apologizing’s a great thing, he said. 
But you have to be wrong.
I will absolutely apologize, sometime in the hopefully distant future, 

if I’m ever wrong.


Quote:When Frank Luntz asked Trump if he had ever sought forgiveness from the Lord, 
Trump responded: 
“I am not sure I have. I just go on and try to do a better job from there. . . . 
When I drink my little wine — which is about the only wine I drink — 
and have my little cracker, 
I guess that is a form of asking for forgiveness, 
and I do that as often as possible because I feel cleansed.”


Quote:“Never apologize, at least not for what liberals want you to apologize for,”
 she advised in her 2004 book,
 How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must) Rofl 
It’s a rule her critics know she follows all-too-well. 
During the George W. Bush years, 
Coulter’s use of the terms “raghead” and “faggot” in speeches at CPAC 
generated some furious reactions but no public contrition. 

In 2012, the Today Show spotlighted a father 
who was demanding that she apologize for using the term “retarded,” 
and cease using it in the future. 
She insisted she wasn’t really referring to the mentally handicapped and said, 
“screw them!” 
when asked about her critics ...

Coulter then writes:
“Knowing What We Know Now, Would You Say Jeb Bush Is Retarded?” Reefer

The answer to that above question is .... Yes. ... Bush ---el Stupidissimo --- is a bonafide tard.

Coulter continues on another link:

Quote:The conservative pundit says she doesn’t hate Jews—
just the Republican candidates sucking up to them.
Gadfly Ann Coulter’s veneer of conservative cool came crashing down 
during the final minutes of CNN’s marathon debate.
Apparently offended by multiple expressions of solidarity with the state of Israel, 
she delicately tweeted, 
“How many  f-ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?”


This isn’t the first tangle of its kind. 
Those of us old enough to remember landlines Hmm2 Whip
still recall how another Republican pol put “fuck” and “Jew” together: 
Secretary of State James Baker, circa 1989. 
In fact, maybe Coulter’s words count as a kind of progress. 
Where Baker said, infamously, 
“Fuck the Jews—they don’t vote for us anyway,” 
Coulter is complaining that Republicans care too much about the fucking Jews.

... fucking Jews ... fucking Muslims ... fucking Republicans ... Lol

Coulter is a funny media whore:
Quote:“My point was this whole culture of virtue-signaling 
where debates are about nothing. 
Republicans all agree 100 percent that we are pro-Israel, pro-Life, pro-gun. 
So why do we spend so much time on these issues? 
It’s just pandering, so who are they pandering to?”

My tweet was about Republicans and the pandering. 
It wasn’t about Israel, it wasn’t about Jews. 
It’s what Republicans are thinking in their little pea brains. Lol
I could say the same thing about evangelicals. 

It’s what Republicans are thinking in their little pea brains. Applause

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-19-2015
John Wayne - Never Apologize
Hillary Attacked Trump For Letting ‘Obama’s A Muslim’ Comments Go. Then This Photo Surfaced…
Quote:by Randy DeSoto, Western Journalism
Hillary Clinton was quick to pounce, but…
Hillary Clinton took Donald Trump to task for not correcting a questioner at a New Hampshire town hall Thursday night who asserted that Barack Obama is a Muslim; but it appears she was fostering those same doubts about her rival during the 2008 Democratic presidential primary campaign.
As reported by Western Journalism, the man said to Trump, “We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims. We know our current president is one. You know he’s not even an American.”
Trump responded: “We need the question. This is the first question,” he said to laughs as he uncomfortably allowed the man to finish.
Hillary Clinton was quick to pounce, tweeting:

However, the Clinton campaign released a picture of Barack Obama in a turban during a 2006 visit to Kenya, apparently to encourage the rumors about his connections to Islam.
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Obama’s campaign manager, David Plouffe, described the Clinton campaign’s release of the photo as “the most shameful, offensive fear-mongering we’ve seen from either party in this election.”
The Clinton campaign denied being behind the circulation of the photo. “I just want to make it very clear that we were not aware of it, the campaign didn’t sanction it and don’t know anything about it,” Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson told reporters.
However, the candidate herself seemed reluctant to put the issue of Obama’s faith totally to rest in aninterview with ABC News during the heated campaign. Steve Kroft pressed the candidate concerning the matter.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-21-2015


Quote:Carly Fiorina has surged into second place, 
Bush has dropped to fifth, 
and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has seen his support collapse. 

Walker now registers no support in the national poll Whip

Trump 25%
Fiorina 15%
Carson 14%
Rubio 11%
Bush 9%

Rubio’s support has more than tripled since a CNN poll at the beginning of the month.

Carson will continue to drop, Rubio will catch Fiorina, and Bush is a retard.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-21-2015

After the comments about Romeny being a Mormen in the last election it seems slightly hypocritical of the Left to open their big mouths on Carson.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-21-2015

I don't think that a Muslim should be president,
and I don't think that Carson should be president,
and Bush is still a retard.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-21-2015

Walker has quit.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 09-21-2015

(09-21-2015, 05:58 PM)Vianova Wrote: ...
I don't think that a Muslim should be president,
and I don't think that Carson should be president,
and Bush is still a retard.

Yeah, that wouldn't be at all wise, as history has shown for ~1000 years.

What I mentioned before about Trumps show, The Apprentice...
The number of Republican candidates-16-
seems to show a certain link to the script being followed,
whether as a result of psychological factors within the party
or even overtly "arranged" by Trump... 

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-21-2015

With the FBI, Congress and the courts all closing in on Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified material on her private email server, one of her longtime advisers has recommended that she hire an outside legal counsel and consider cutting a deal to avoid criminal charges.

According to this adviser, who spoke to ED KLEIN CONFIDENTIAL, time is of the essence. Contrary to published reports that the FBI investigation could drag on for months, he believes it could wrap up as soon as the end of this year.

At the same time, the House Benghazi Committee is reaching  the final stages of its own investigation. Two of Hillary’s former aides at the State Department—chief of staff Cheryl Mills and policy guru Jake Sullivan—were hauled before the committee last week. A third—Bryan Pagliano, who worked as an adviser on Hillary’s home- brew computer setup —was subpoenaed by the committee and plans to invoke his Fifth Amendment right not to answer questions.

And Hillary herself is scheduled to testify before the committee next month.

“This thing is spiraling out of control,” Hillary’s adviser said, “and to paraphrase John Dean of Watergate fame, it’s potentially a cancer on your candidacy.”

In conversations with Bill and Hillary Clinton, the adviser urged her to hire outside legal counsel, preferably someone from the Republican side of the aisle like Theodore B. Olson, a former U.S. solicitor general, or another lawyer with an equally irreproachable standing in the legal community.

“Hillary needs counsel to let Congress, the Justice Department, the FBI, and all the authorities involved know that she’s taking this very seriously,” the adviser said. “And she needs to get some discovery as to where the investigation is going so that she can make plans how to deal with it.

“By joking about her email problem, pretending it is some conspiracy by her political enemies, and treating it like a PR issue, she is only hurting herself, maybe mortally, with the prosecutors,” he continued. “You don’t want to be blindsided. And if you ignore it, pretend it is a partisan ploy, and act scornfully, it will blindside you.”

The adviser said that he and the Clintons discussed the fate of two other high-ranking officials—former CIA directors David Petraeus and John Deutch—who avoided criminal charges for mishandling classified material by pleading guilty to a misdemeanor.

According to the adviser, Hillary pointed out that there was no comparison between her situation and the Petraeus and Deutche cases. Neither of them was running for president when they cut a deal. She feared that any admission of guilt—even of a minor wrongdoing— would sink her chances of winning the Democratic nomination.
But the adviser argued that she had to take that chance.

“From what I know of the case,” the adviser said, “Hillary is extremely vulnerable, and there is going to be blood in the water. The investigators are looking for weak links to get to the bottom of what went on with national security emails. And they will find one.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-22-2015

Kalter Rauch:

Quote:What I mentioned before about Trumps show, The Apprentice...
The number of Republican candidates-16-
seems to show a certain link to the script being followed, 
whether as a result of psychological factors within the party
or even overtly "arranged" by Trump... 

Trump knew exactly when to step in.
He will know exactly when to pull out, 
unless he maintains his wave of winging it, by producing substance and surprising everybody.
Regardless of the ultimate outcome,
Trump's entry into the race foremost exposed the weakness of Bush, 
a feeble dopey stupidissimo with 100 million dollars for political advertising,
disguised to hide the dummy dust candidate Whip 
behind a mask  Anon of efficiency and experience. 

Trump still controls the show. In a way he is weeding them out.

Walker's failure was predicted on my part, and probably sensed as inevitable by Trump.
Rubio looks clean and fresh again and will build upon that.
Fiorina is the current wild card, and not a chance that she will be the Republican candidate,
but she can take from Trump's polling totals as time goes on.
Fiorina also bleeds Carson even further as the sinking ship candidate Whip
Rand Paul may be next to concede. 
Forget the rest, perhaps Cruz will stay or linger in the race.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-23-2015
Quote:The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has successfully recovered personal and work emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server, according to a new report.
Sources told Bloomberg News that some of Clinton’s emails have been extracted from the server, thus disproving the claim that Clinton managed to wipe her server clean after she deleted all of her emails earlier this year.
Therefore, some of the emails that Clinton deleted — the ones that she determined were NOT relevant to federal investigations — are now in the hands of the FBI.
The federal investigation, therefore, is now out of Clinton’s control.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 09-23-2015

People are starting to wake up to Trump. Best thing that could've happened to the GOP was his entry into the fray. I like Trump.
Not that I wish the things he said he'd do, couldn't be done in reality, but reality is rearing it's ugly head as we all feared it might really do eventually, and he will start to fade.
I like Carly, I really do, but, and I could really be wrong about it in this crazy political year, her best chance just now is to position herself as a viable candidate in the Vice presidential position, being groomed for the top spot (or should I say, US being groomed to accept her)
I'm still thinking Rubio as the GOP nominee for president, frankly I do not think either party has such talent in this presidential cycle, and with Carly as a running mate, I think they would present an unassailable wall. (Assuming some whacked out feminists doesn't shoot Rubio to move Carly to the top position)
I think the women of both parties would fall in line to an amazing degree with her on the ticket, and Rubio has all the talent and wit this nation needs over the next few years to bring us back from the ragged edge we now find ourselves at
in a world turned upside down. (at least as much as any mortal man might possess)
So very, very much is riding on this election!

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-24-2015

Note that Trump went after Rubio more than anybody else after the debates.
That should tell you a lot.
Fiorina ... is just a hoser in a dress.
Bush remains the circus clown,
and Trump doesn't have to focus on Bush while Bush eats his foot daily.

Trump on Rubio

Quote:“He’s overly ambitious,”
Mr. Trump told the crowd at an event sponsored by the Greater Charleston Business Alliance
and the South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce. 
“And I have better hair than he does.”


Quote:The sniping has escalated since last week’s debate, 
after the pair briefly locked horns over Mr. Trump’s readiness to be commander-in-chief – 
Mr. Rubio said the next president needs to show a stronger grasp of foreign-policy. 

In the days since, Mr. Trump has repeatedly criticized Mr. Rubio 
for missing votes in the Senate and again questioned his position on immigration.

On Wednesday, 
Mr. Trump seized on the strained relationship 
between Mr. Rubio and his onetime ally, Mr. Bush, 
to paint both as conventional politicians who never say what they mean. 

The real-estate mogul called Mr. Rubio “very disloyal” for running for president 
at the same time as his onetime “mentor,” Mr. Bush, 
and chastised both for failing to acknowledge the rift.

“They hate each other, but they can’t say it,” 

Mr. Trump said. 
‘It really does bother me…I am so tired of this politically correct crap.”

Rubio fights back
Quote:Sen. Marco Rubio is firing back at Donald Trump as "insecure" and "touchy" 
after the mogul has spent the past two days going after his Republican presidential opponent.

Trump slammed the Florida senator during an interview Thursday with CNN, 
calling the 44-year-old just a "kid." 

It followed a lengthy attack on Rubio that Trump delivered the previous day in South Carolina.
Later on Thursday, 
Rubio told a Kentucky sports radio station that Trump lashes out at his opponents 
when his front-runner status appears in jeopardy.
"He takes shots at everybody that gets anywhere close to him, in terms of a poll, 
or anytime he hits a rough spot, that's what he does," Rubio said WLAP.

The senator {Rubio} charged that the mogul is going through a rough patch in the campaign,
thus the insults.
"He had a really bad debate performance last week Hmm2 
he's not well informed on the issues, 
he really never talks about issues and can't have more than a 10 second sound bite 
on any key issue," Rubio said. 
"So I think he's really been exposed a little bit over the last seven days 
and he's a very touchy and insecure guy and so that's how he reacts. 
And people can see through it."

On CNN on Thursday, Trump spent significant time on disparaging Rubio.

"Marco Rubio, he's like a kid. 
He shouldn't be running in this race as far as I'm concerned," the 69-year-old Trump said.

Trump also downplayed Rubio's public service, 
claiming he doesn't do anything but sit at a desk. Lol

"Marco Rubio sits behind a desk; 
sometimes and he reads stuff, 
he's in committees so you know that's all he does. 
I create jobs all day long," 
Trump told CNN's Alisyn Camerota on "New Day."

"Believe me Whip 
I'll know more about this than all of them put together," Trump said. 
"If Marco Rubio's good, how come we're doing so badly? 
He's a sitting U.S. senator so why doesn't he do something about it? 
I'm not in government, he is in government."

Trump's fire comes after Rubio knocked Trump on Tuesday, 
suggesting the businessman is not prepared to take the helm as commander-in-chief.

"I think that the most important thing a president will ever do 
is provide for the national security of our country, and I think up to now, 
he hasn't really answered serious questions about national security," 
Rubio said on Yak Fox News.
"Until he does, there should be serious concerns, 
not just about him but about any candidate that's not able to speak in detail, 
with clarity and with seriousness, about the national security threats that we face."

Trump first took aim at Rubio -- who is ascendent in polls 
following a strong performance in last week's CNN debate -- 
during a Tuesday night tweet, then again on Wednesday
during an appearance in South Carolina.
"I mean, Marco Rubio, as an example. 
He's got no money, zero. 
Now, I think that's OK, (but) ... I mean, he's got nothing," 
said Trump, speaking before the Greater Charleston Business Alliance 

Trump -- who is often mocked for his own signature coif -- 
even went after Rubio's hair.
"(Rubio) announced he was going to run because he's overly ambitious, too young -- 
and I have better hair than he does, right?" 
Trump said to cheers from the crowd.
But Trump told CNN on Thursday when it comes to foreign policy, 
he prefers to be "unpredictable" Lol
over revealing how he would address top national security issues 
like the threat of ISIS and U.S. military interventions in Iraq and Syria. 

He also slammed President Barack Obama for giving the U.S.'s enemies 
too much insight into U.S. policies.
"I don't want the other side to know what my views are, where I'm coming from," Trump said. 
"You've got to be cool and you've got to be unpredictable." Smoke

Trump also mocked Obama for publicizing ISIS successes.
"Every time they kill mid-level accounting person from ISIS 

they have a news conference," he said.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 09-25-2015

Now the dems have managed to link Rubio and Hitler!

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-26-2015

looks like the Dems and Trump are after Rubio now.
Rubio has that JFK youth and charisma ... once in a while ... we shall see if he can manage to step up to consistency.

In the meantime ... oh my ... this gets interesting ...
Trump is starting to eat his foot on occaion ... like when  he called Rubio a clown and got booed for it.
Donald Trump: Let Russia fight the Islamic State in Syria


Quote:Donald Trump accused his Republican presidential rivals on Friday night 
of wanting to "start World War III over Syria," 
and suggested that the United States should instead let Russia deal with the problem. Nonono

Trump has recently faced criticism for not providing details 
on what sort of foreign policy positions he would take as president. 
That lack of specifics is purposeful and strategic, 
Trump said during a 50-minute speech at the Great State Fair of Oklahoma on Friday night. 
He said Republicans who publicly share their strategic foreign policy plans are "crazy."

Trump then used a child-like voice to imitate those who have questioned 

the depth of his global expertise. 
He switched to a deeply serious voice to imitate his rivals who have provided details: 
"If I'm president, I will engage the sixth fleet. 
I will do this, I will do that, I will attack Russia and Syria."

"This is what they say," Trump said. 
"They want to start World War III over Syria. 
Give me a break. 
You know, Russia wants to get ISIS, right? 
We want to get ISIS. Russia is in Syria — maybe we should let them do it? 
Let them do it."


no, just let them do it long enough to get their asses in a bind with captured Russain troops and advisors being beheaded.

Then take northern Syria while we have a chance.
Other wise Syria will become a russian protectorate under Assad or his choice of leader in the near future.
Russia may let Assad drop from power,
but Assad will govern from the shadows of Damascus ... or Moscow.

Quote:Earlier in the evening, Trump made clear that while he wants to strengthen the military, 
he does not want to send troops into war.   {V - note : Obama-esque he is ..}

Trump said he was opposed to the Iraq war, 
even though he considers himself "the most militant person here ... 
the most militaristic person you'll ever meet." :lol:

Trump said that war ended as he predicted: 
trillions of dollars spent, thousands of lives lost and a destabilized Middle East.

 Trump ---  a contradiction wrapped in a confusatorium of conflicting ideas ---
--- it works --- for now ---

Quote:"We're going to make our military so strong," Trump said. 
"Nobody's going to mess with us.
 They're not going to mess with us. 
We're not going to use our military."  Doh

So he plans on being secretive and playing the political cards ... after he is elected {if so}

Quote:"You know, I have a good chance of winning," 
Trump said to a cheering crowd of several thousand.
 "I don't want to say: 
'Well, if I were president, 
I would do this Whip
I would do that, Whip
I would go here Whip
I would attack here Whip
I wouldn't go here ...
No, I don't want to do that. I really don't. 
I don't want them to know what I'm thinking, 
does that make sense? Lol
I want people to be guessing … I don't want people to figure it out. 
I don't want people to know what my plan is. 
I have plans. 
I have plans! 
But I don't want to do it." Lol

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-28-2015

all those idiots are at the UN talking about Syria.

Putin is a total scum bag for supporting Assad -- a murderer equal to ISIS,
 a leader that destroyed his own country, bombed his own people in many cities,
created a refugee crisis beyong what ISIS has done yet.
and used military terrorism to control the land he still has left.

Millions have fled Assad controlled Syria then to encounter ISIS,
and so the exodus heads to Europe.

Putin sees what is coming at him, and allies with Iran,
and who together are now calling for international organization against "terrorism".

I will laugh when the first Russians get beheaded in Syria.

Putin has deployed Russian troops into Syria to support Assad who is as evil as they come around.
Iran is working the same game of blame the "terrorists".

We blew it not going in immediately and taking Syria when we had a chance.
Now Obama has to work with Russia.
Stupid shit.
The Turks are useless and so is the rest of NATO.
Only the Kurds had integrity and true will to fight the evil of ISIS.

There will never be peace in Syria as long as Alawites retain full power in Syria.

Assad will be assasinated, it is a matter of time, and don't be surprised if the Russians do it,
behind the scenes somehow,
as that is what they are best at.

The Iranian nuclear deal is nothing to worry about,
and a ploy by Republicans currently to play big mouth bullshit.
The deal was inevitable.
A nuclear offensive Iran would become a burnt hole in the ground full of Israeli jet strikes and nukes.
There is no question that Israel will some day destroy those facilities,
after Iran gets frisky and tries something stupid,
or is set up into a manufactured war act that demands Israeli response.

Next ... as Russia gets more powerful in Syria ... watch the Russians start to build nuclear plants there.
That will tighten up Beelze-Bibi's butt hole and constipate his sorry ass with more shit than he can handle. 

Fuck Vladimir Putin, ... only a sick leader with bad intent supports Assad,
and that goes for Iran as well.
Death to the Ayaghoulah.
May Putin eat his own shit cakes of war and bring home Russians in body bags.
Death to Assad.
die mother fuckers, right along with ISIS.

We blew our chance in Syria to take over when the taking was easy.
It's too late and messy now,
and time for the Turks to put their money where their mouths are,
because they don't want Russia or Assad in Syria.
If the Turks do nothing, Russia will eventually take it all.
And the Saudi's ... wtf? ... all money talk and no military action on the ground.

Putin has challenged them all to fight on the ground,
but now Turkey and Arabia have to tiptoe around Russian troops and air strikes.
... has Putin already won?
We shall see how far back they push al -Nusra and Army of Conquest,
because that is who they have to go after first.
Damascus will burn as well, it is coming.

Demilitarized zones will be set up in Syria ala eastern European style WW2, after the apocalypse.
F-ing crazy shit.
Then what?
What happens to the Kurds?
Then the Shi-ite Iraqis are back in power over all of Iraq?
It isn't going to work that way this time.
Assad and his top men have to die, along with al-Baghdadi and his top men, and all the Ghouls in Baghdad.
Putin needs to be removed from Russian power.
The Russians themselves see that coming soon enough, and know that change will be difficult. 

Putin supporting Assad is political insanity and an act of global terrorism.
Russia will greatly regret these actions in the future when the Islamic terrorism returns to Moscow.
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die Ghoul die

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Putin sucks