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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-09-2016

Been a week of unusual contacts.

Ben Carson is a Seventh Day Adventist as everyone knows.
One of the founders of the SDA denomination is a woman named Ellen G White. Their Prophetess who wrote many, many books. Practically a co-founder of Post and Kellogg, Loma Linda vegetarian foods, the hospital, etc.
Yesterday Elaine White, her great, great grandaughter, called me here at the house and we had a long chat.
Back in the day, we were in the same Jr High, High school class together for 6 years.
Wanted to know if I was coming to the 50th high school reunion in Mt View, California this April.
Jan and I had already decided we were going to be there for it.
Startling to hear a voice from fifty years ago out of the blue, just like that.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-09-2016

I read all her books.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-09-2016

What moved you to read all her books?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-09-2016

Tiller Oregon
forgot where I found first copy
while reading at same time Marry Summer Rain .

According to Dad
Ellen G White's secretary
almost became my mother.

my first wife
was 7th Day
I won the Bible trivia contest at her 7th day Church picnic at Tiller.
Great read !

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-10-2016

Well that answers a lot!

I read 'The Great Controversy', and 'Patriarchs and Prophets'.
Part of the Desire of Ages...I believe it was?
I was also exposed to a lot.

I am a big fan of Chuck Missler these days.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-10-2016

Quote:David R. Jones
Bernie Sanders Wins Every Demographic Group
Senator Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton among nearly every demographic group in the Democratic New Hampshire primary, according to exit polls.
He carried majorities of both men and women. He won among those with and without college degrees. He won among gun owners and non-gun owners. He beat Mrs. Clinton among previous primary voters and those participating for the first time. And he ran ahead among both moderates and liberals.
Even so, there were a few silver linings for Mrs. Clinton. While Mr. Sanders bested her among all age groups younger than 45, the two candidates polled evenly among voters aged 45 to 64. And Mrs. Clinton won the support of voters 65 and older. And, though Mrs. Clinton lost nearly every income group, she did carry voters in families earning over $200,000 per year.
David R. Jones of Baruch College is a Times consultant.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-10-2016


Rubio Sheep  didn't even beat Sheep  Bush.

yea yea yea ... Rubio got some delegates by the skin of his teeth,
but Cruz didn't spend a dime New Hampshire,
and took 3rd,
going into South Carolina where I think he will do well.

El Stupidissimo is savoring his finish over Rubio,

but Bush has to make or break in SC.

I personally think that Rubio is finished.
That is certainly premature judgement, 
but the New Hampshire vote clearly reflected Rubio's debate debacle.
He would have to be a 21st century Comeback Kid,
to emerge from the flames of his immolation on national TV.

Christie for all his venom in political tactics against Rubio,
failed to gain any ground in a state he had to do well in,
and he is finished.

Cream of WTF Buckwheat Carson,
didn't even out perform the aluminum foil lady Carly Fiorina.


Kasich ... well good for him ... bores me to death ...
I bet he bores the SC crowd to death as well.

Anything and everything, 
that the above listed candidates continue to do in competition with each other, 
is all to the benefit of Trump.

Trump got more votes than Kasich and Cruz put together. 

Carson, Christie, and Fiorina are non entities and should leave the race.
That would toss back in up to 15% points back in the rest of the pack.

Rubio hopes that pinching up delegates here and there,
will buy him time to ressurrect his candidacy.
It could happen, he does have some staying power with the funding he still retains.

A Rubio comeback debate performance Dance2 would be pulling the rabbit out of the top hat,
 ... on Saturday night Whistle 

Watch for Bush to "try and be a tough guy"  at the debate.
He still hasn't once gone after Cruz.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 02-10-2016

I always watch for weird body language......

Carson often folds his hands high up when speaking and interacting with crowds and individuals.
It reminds me of something out of The Birth of a Nation movie...

Kasich often tweaks the corners of his mouth up and down...
like he's momentarily wrestling with his words.

Rubio often licks his lips...not normally side to side...but outwardly,
as if from chronic drymouth or as a "hiding something" reaction.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-10-2016

Rubio got hurt, but I think he and Trump will be the last men standing.
This damage to Rubio could be all that's needed at the very end tho. If it hadn't happened, it might have been a closer struggle for Trump.

Listened to Bernie's speech.
Whatever it takes to get him out! Tremendous catastrophe should he get in. Look for him to tap Clinton or Warren as vice president running mates if nominated by Dems.
The absolute end of the America we once knew.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-10-2016

I watched a lot of Gene Scott
on those new fangled satellite antennas .

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-10-2016

(02-10-2016, 01:40 PM)Wook Wrote: 84-86
I watched a lot of Gene Scott
on those new fangled satellite antennas .

Me too. Nearly every night he was on. Really liked his info about the Great Pyramid.
Crusty old varmint.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-10-2016

Rubio aides:
"South Carolina will be a blood bath."


Rubio will have to score card a furious comeback in the next debate to regain legitimacy.
He will go after everybody,
as they go after everybody else this time.

CNN was pretty much making Rubio jokes all morning on their broadcast.

Bush is already running anti-Kasich ads and speech content.

I think that Kasich will fall flat in SC, then run out of money.

Christie won't even make the next debate stage requirements.
Fail fail and fail.
My bets are that he endorses Bush.

El Stupidissimo is bringing out El Ridiculoso to campaign for him in SC.

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When you have to bring out the above retard to campaign for you,'
well ... you just shot yourself in the foot.

Cruz will maintain his 2nd place more or less through the next few states,
and Trump will stay on top slowly degrading in numbers,
as the other candidates fall apart and their "establishment" votes go wherever.

Rubio aides:

"South Carolina will be a blood bath."


Rubio is lucky that Christie won't be in the next debate.
Rubio's balls just relaxed a bit.

Jeb had better get Mama back on stage and keep his moron brother hidden somehwere.

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Trump ... holds all the political tarot cards still.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-10-2016

I was seeing 11% Bush
11% Rubio finish.

A tie for fourth?

This could actually be the most important election cycle in our lifetime.

Do we move farther into the insanity of the last few elections, or is some element of sanity to be gifted us?
If sanity, enjoy the last of it. The generation coming out of university are all for Bernie now, all for the greatest outrages the radical 'Left' would impose on us.
Black lives matter, baby parts for sale, open borders, every possible quirk of the PC proponents, and total Socialism just to start the list.
The long range prognosis ain't looking good.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-10-2016

A Trump/ Kasich Ticket
might be interesting ?


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-10-2016

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-11-2016
Hillary wins more delegates despite getting crushed
Limbaugh: 'Wait 'til Bernie finds out New Hampshire was rigged'

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-11-2016

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-11-2016

Quote:Lauretta Brown | February 11, 2016 | 11:53 AM EST
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( – House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told at her press briefing on Thursday that requiring young women to register for the draft is “an issue that we should discuss."
At the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, asked Pelosi, “The commandant of the Marine Corps and chief of staff of the Army testified in the Senate Armed Services Committee last week that young women should be required to register for the draft. Do you support requiring all young women to register for the draft?

Quote:Jeff Miller
They think it's a good idea until women are actually drafted. Keep in mind Family members of Congress are exempt from a draft. Not only that, its a bad idea. Men, OK, but not the women. Some women don't want to go. Single moms, new moms, military spouses, etc. It's not a good idea and its idiotic its being discussed. Sounds like women better vote Republican. There's your war on women ladies!

Losing New Hampshire by 22 points to an avowed socialist was bad enough for Hillary Clinton. But then came the news — first reported by WaPo — that the State Department had opened a inquiry regarding the activities of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation during her time time as secretary of state. And bad went to way, way worse.

By my count, this latest State Department inquiry makes for three active investigations by the federal government that touch directly or indirectly on the 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner.

1. The newly revealed State inquiry into the Clinton Foundation and top Clinton aide Huma Abedin

2. The ongoing State inquiry into Clinton's private email server

3. The FBI investigation into Clinton's email server

And that list doesn't include the myriad looks Congress is taking into Clinton's time at State.

It's worth noting right at the top here that Clinton herself is not the target of any of these inquiries or investigations. Which from a legal perspective is very important, but which, from a political perspective, is far less convincing.

Here's why the latest revelation regarding Clinton's time at State is so problematic:

* It furthers the "where there's smoke, there's fire" argument. This hurts Clinton both coming and going. For Republicans, it hands them yet another way to suggest that something untoward is going on with Clinton. For Democrats, it increases their anxiety about the possibility of nominating someone who could fall under an ethical cloud just as the party is trying to elect them to the White House.

* It makes it increasingly difficult for Clinton, as she has done since the revelation that she had a private email server broke a year ago, to cast the questions raised about her time at State as simply a partisan fishing expedition. "There is a concerted effort to try to make partisan advantage by really trying to throw so much at me that even if little splotches of it stick, it will cloud peoples's judgment of me," Clinton told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow this week. "That is a burden I carry."

There is, without question,

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-12-2016

PJ ORourke is a conservative comedian that used to be an editor for National Lampoon.
He writes for Salon magazine.
He was one of 4 pundits du jour for Anderson Stupor on a CNN analysis of the debate and road to SC.
ORourke is funny!
Talking about his dismay in the high popularity of Sanders and Trump,

Quote:"Bernie Sanders is a commie nut,
and Donald Trump is a New York billionaire with dueling squirrels on his head."  Lol
{Trump's hairdo}

like I said 
Trump has a hairdresser on his private jet.

from september:
P.J. O’Rourke on why Trump will collapse, 
Ann Coulter’s a fraud 

Looks like PJ ate his words on Trump.

Then on another news political talk station was a guy named Lawrence Lessig, a Harvard big mouth.
Sharp as a tack point on the end of a whip however.
His shot at Trump:

Quote:"Trump has no solutions.
Trump thinks that the solution is to hire billionaires"

Reefer Whip

Meanwhile Trump and Cruz and Bush and Rubio and Kasich and on and on ...
Rubio is correct indeed.
It is going to be a bloodbath at the debate.

Cruz's ads with the kids and the Donald Doll ... as the kids laugh about Trump thinking he is a conservative.
That was amusing indeed.

Meanwhile WTF Buckwheat Carson is forgotten road kill from the Cruz team big lie in Iowa,
and as such he was cleaning the toilet at 2% in NH polls.

Trump gets away with pussy talk on the stage, and the crowd there just laughs.

Sarah Palin no doubt will be refeatured in new steamy porno shots with multiple negroes, on the net . Lol
I can hear Trump on his jet now,

Quote:Oh my God!
Did you see what they stuck in her p----!"

And the rest of the entourage on the jet just laughed and applauded  Applause 
even Bianca.

Reefer Whip

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-12-2016
Trump Jumps to 44% Nationally, Rubio Drops to 10%

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-13-2016

Tonite's "bloodbath" Republican debate is in CBS at 9 EST and 6 PST.

Tune in for live coverage when Jeb Bush plays tough guy,
and confronts Trump about his pussy talk on the TV news broadcasts.


Bush has been a political pussy. Reefer
He plans on changing that tonite.

I will say this about Bush. 
If he was in Cam Newton's cleats in the Super Bowl,
he would have tried to dive on the fumbles.

That is what Bush does best, diving onto his many fumbles to try and recover momentum.

Cruz and his comedy skits in TV ads isn't gaining any traction from them IMO.

Trump's game plan gets tougher with each debate.
He cannot afford to make a Rubio blunder fuck.

Watch Trump refer to Bush directly as a lightweight pussy without saying the actual word.

Why is WTF Buckwheat Carson even showing up?
give it up man

Bush has inflated his balls for this debate.

Rubio has to become ... Jesus resurrecting himself from the dead.

Kasich will bore SC voters to death.
They will see him as a Marcel Marceau mime of Rumplestilskin asleep at the wheel.

Trump still is The Big Show.
Can anyone drop the curtain on his act?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-13-2016

It's show time.

The Obama speech on Scalia tactically precedes the debate Hmm2

Jeb Bush is going to try to be a "tough guy" tonight.

They are all going to go after Trumpty Dumpty,
and the question is if can they knock him off the wall into a free fall?

Jeb Bush Lol last chance to be a tough guy, and stay in the race.

Rubio has to Miracle Man his way back into contention.

Who is the retard from CBS ... asking ... interrupting Cruz?

Rubio had the best answer overall on the Scalia replacement.

Trump answers a question by not answering the question on National Security,
and is successful at it!

this "booldbath" is a borebath thus far ...

Rubio ... yawn ... 

Carson ... dead fall 

Kasich ... wants to arm Ukraine Lol

Let's talk directly about Putin!

Trump tried to tie in Russia in the discussion on ISIS and Syria.

Bush gets the tough question on Assad ...
he just pointed at Trump on Russia in Syria.
Bush does not explain how he will toss Russia aside and eliminate Assad. Lol

Trump scores every time regardless of the Bush special intersts in the crowd.

Now Bush sounds like Rubio with a "Sunni army" to take on ISIS.

... the bloodbath has a trickle of red in it now.

Cruz essentially voiced Trump's response on ISIS.

Trump Rofl

... told Bush his mama should run for president instead of Jeb ...

Kasich just essentially lied about WMDs in Iraq by referring to Powell.

Rubio sucks Bush's dick by defending GW and the Iraq decision.
He just lost all my support.

Bush has quite the group of SC supporters in the crowd.
His joke on disinviting Trump to GW's Monday rally in SC was lame.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-13-2016

"... cannot use magic pixie dust to create jobs ... Lol
but his first comment was exactly what Trump said:
... have to bring jobs back to the USA ... {from other countries}.

Bush accuses Kasich of expanding Obama care! Lol
That went nowhere.
Kasich and Bush in a yak 989 fight 
Bush's attack and Kasich rebuttal was a rabbit hole of bore you to death tit for tat.

go to is all Carson has to say.

a totally uninspiring round of Q and A, dominated by the Bush - Kasich yak fight,
which was boring to everyone watching.

yak fight 989 yak fight ... roly poly yak fight Lol

The Cruz - Rubio tiff on immigration was quite an amusing ... replay.

Bush wants to be like Christie ... his ... "I have to listen to my inner Christie"
what a retard

Trump and Bush ... what a laugh.
"Bush is the weakest candidate on immigration"
That was heard louder than you may think, across the country.

Carson is still trying to sell his website:

Kasich wants to "punch Russia in the nose",
but complains about the nose punches on the Republican stage here.
It's a debate, ya dummy, not a game of musical chairs.

even when Bush fights back against Trump,
Trump effectively shouts over him with good comebacks,
and Bush
just stands there looking like a confused and bewildered ewe that just sniffed dummy dust,
and has a clownish grin on his face trying to cover his embarrassment.

Trump quieted the Bush supporters with the Florida comments.

Rubio got the best response to the closing statements,
but I liked Trump's points in his statement,
though he leans too much on how much America loses, and how he will make America win.

The blood bath Whip ... was more of a mud wrestling bath with bubbles and bozos.

Nobody won, and Bush is still a retard.

Time to ponder.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-14-2016

Rubio did well but he can't walk on water fast enough 
to Miracle Man his way back into contention.

I thought that Cruz did the worst of anybody as far as crowd or national appeal.
His battle with Trump however was his strong point in the debate,
on the issue of being a conservative.

I think that Trump did well enough to maintain his lead just fine enough to win.

kasich ... carson ... pfft

Bush will do OK in SC, 
but he didn't score as a tough guy, 
Trump is right, Bush is just a weak cow tit with no milk.

Both Rubio and Trump labeled cruz as the Liar.

Rubio has to out poll Bush, he just has to.

I am done with Rubio.
His defense of GW Bush in the Two Towers and Iraq debacles was just cock sucking ridiculous.
He is still heavily scripted.

Trump still did not lose, so he still won by the fact that nobody else won.

Bush needs to lose and be done with.
Trump was correct on all counts on the WMDs and GW.
 It my not play out well in SC, but the rest of the nation knows he is correct.

Rubio got some traction in his eloquence.
Miracle Man ... he is not.

I am done with Rubio, his defense of GW Bush was so lame.

Even the post debate pundits are saying that Bush's attacks on Trump failed.

Those pundits appear to be saying that Trump lost.
I don't see it that way.
Maybe I just don't like Bush too much to see it that way.

Trump took all the boos at the onset of the debate, and turned them into his asset on the spot.

Poll numbers won't change too much IMO,
but if I am wrong,
then Trump would lose 10-15 points right off the top, if he ... lost the debate Nonono

we shall see.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-14-2016

Commentary on the debate:

Rubio pissed me off with his pro GW Bush comment on "defending the country",
and the Two Towers / Iraq issue Trump tried to play out on Jeb.

Rubio did that for one reason only, 
to pander to the established pro Bush contingency in SC,
while lamely tieing that to not having Gore in power at the time.

Trump is leaning on the WMD and Iraq issue too much,
in anticipation of GW speaking in SC on Monday.

They all were relatively unstimulating in a less than average debate.
Trump was funny with the mama Bush joke {she should run, not you Jeb}.
I thought that he held his own in the tussle with Cruz,
but the pundits gave that one to Cruz as his best moment.

The debate itself was lame,
and the CBS bonehead running it was like slow drying Elmers glue,
no stick, and no stay, with nothing really to ask or say.

Rubio was eloquent and sharp, and still a little too scripted,
but that actually worked this time because he did finally loosen up somewhat in his demeanor,
displaying some comfortable but strong composure,
which helps in stature interpretations by the public.

Rubio did not Miracle Man the political debate or walk on water for the evangelics,
and he still is dogged by the immigration issue.
His support of GW Bush, so overtly stated in the debate, 
was not palatable for my temperament Nonono to be nice about it.

Cruz is smart enough to avoid that issue, and offer overt support for Bush politics in a debate.
Cruz can accomplish anything that Rubio could in a position of power,
and he is smarter and craftier overall.
In a way,
Cruz is like Tricky Dick Nixon but much wiser in the current age.

Bush for all his attempts at tough guying on Trump,
fails to address Cruz as an opponent to consider.

Trump remains an international attention magnet that attracts.

Rubio however,
would have more of that JFK style international appeal in news flash propaganda than Cruz, 
but not any more than Trump.

Bush would be the international news stupidissimo when he is compared to Putin,
so he loses no matter what.

So who ... Hmm2 .... would be a better opponent to Putin on the international stage?

Carson ?
Howdy Doody? {Kasich

Trump clearly has made overtones in trying to be friendly with Putin,
as a get go to allow international relations with Russia to improve.

None of the others went there.
I don't like Putin either,
he is the top international criminal cartel kingpin and a super powerful political military force,
and Trump is smart enough to recognize that Putin can be addressed better,
from a less aggressive political attack stance.

The rest of them talk tough on Putin,
but he will kick Rubio's political puppy ass,
and he will be too wary of Cruz to trust him.
Putin would make Bush run to Mama,
but he respects Trump as an international figurehead of fame,
which is how Putin regards himself.

Carson is just another shade of American political nigger to Putin.
I like Carson as a human being, 
and he had some good comments tonite,
but he is not what anybody wants for president anymore.

Trump is honest enough to basically say that Putin has to be negotiated with,
while the rest of the political rat pack on stage,
think that they can politicize and capitalize on being tough on Putin,
and they are about as .... convincing ... as a pig on thin ice.

...  about as convincing   Naughty   as a pig on thin ice.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 02-14-2016

The only one who can engage Putin is Trump, because they both think alike. Trump wants to be an economical Emperor and Putin wants to be a Political/military Emperor. They both fit each other agendas.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-14-2016
SNL‘s Hillary Clinton Sings ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’ in Cold Open (Video)

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-14-2016

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Quote:Bret Baier of Fox News observed after the GOP debate in South Carolina on Saturday night: “The crowd, clearly, was anti-Trump.”
Republican frontrunner Donald J. Trump had plenty of cheers, but many more boos, over the course of the evening. As he did in New Hampshire, Trump blamed the response on Jeb Bush’s supporters, “special interests,” and “lobbyists” in the audience.
Party insiders and donors usually do have the inside track to debate tickets.
Breitbart News’ Alex Swoyer reported on Friday that the audience was heavily stacked towards the party establishment:

Breitbart News learned from RNC’s Chief Strategist and Communications Director, Sean Spicer, that the Peace Center in Greenville holds roughly 1600 seats. Out of those 1600 seats, candidates received 600 tickets to invite their guests.
The state party and locally elected officials received 550, while the RNC, including nationally elected officials, received 367 tickets.
The debate partners, CBS News, the Peace Center, and Google received 100 tickets.
Analysts differed on whether the boos hurt or helped Trump–but jeers in previous debates did not seem to damage him much.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-14-2016

good posts Wook and Mayito, thanks.

check out the polling results for Fri, Sat, and Sun

The CBS poll shows Trump with a whopper lead.
The debate fallout should filter into the results by Tues or Wed.

The key here is how Junkyard Jeb does in SC.
If he fails to break into double digits, he is toast.

Rubio will get his bump back into a vague footing of contention.
But Rubio still has to exceed Cruz.

The battle between Bush and Rubio takes center stage in SC.

Like Trump said to Jeb,
your mama should have run for president. Lol

They keep replaying that moment on the news.

Cruz got hit with the Liar label by both Trump and Rubio,
that will start to stick if he doesn't take action to counter the perception repeated by the media.

Like I said, I am done with Rubio.
That is unfortunate, as he does have the JFK charisma to parlay into a presidency,
but he just got too charismatic with his support of GW Bush in the debate.
That was sickening.
I trust Rubio less than Cruz now,
and Bush ...
remains a nitwit with a Rubic cube of personal clown conundrums,
that he still has to unravel for the voters to see if he is anthing more than another Bush,
for the Big Dog Trump,
to lift his leg and take a quick leak on.

Kasich ... he will have to weather the South and hope he lasts into the Midwest where he is strong.

Wook's point about Kasich as a VP was appropriate.
You did not see Trump attack Kasich or Rubio,
who represent Ohio and Florida respectively as voter block potential.

Note that Trump pointed to Cruz as unable to speak Spanish -- a clear reference to Rubio,
as a VP possibility.
You can watch Trump literally vet the other candidates as they speak ... for VP content.

Cruz countered quickly by speaking Spanish on stage to Rubio Rofl

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-15-2016
Quote:A large number of non-citizens cast ballots in U.S. elections and it’s possible that the illegal votes were responsible for President Obama’s 2008 victory, according to an in-depth academic study that confirms Judicial Watch’s assessment that foreign nationals have helped Democrats steal elections.

Non-citizens tend to favor Democrats and Obama won more than 80% of the votes of non-citizens in the 2008 sample gathered by the Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES), a large-scale academic survey project operated by teams of researchers from across the country. In fact, enough ineligible voters cast ballots in 2008 to conceivably account for Democratic victories in a few close elections, CCES researchers found. A respected Ivy League professor is coordinator of the CCES which has produced national sample surveys, stratified by state and type of district, in every federal election since 2006. This allows the optimal study of congressional and state races as well as an ideal setting for understanding the relationship between the congressional and presidential elections.

The CCES is an esteemed and highly respected operation that recently published shocking information, gathered from big social science survey datasets, that supports Judicial Watch’s work in this area. In 2012 JW launched the Election Integrity Project, a widespread legal campaign to clean up voter registration rolls and support election integrity measures across the country. Our investigations immediately uncovered data that proved voter rolls in a number of states—including Mississippi, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, Texas, Florida, California and Colorado—contained the names of individuals who are ineligible to vote.

Now the CCES confirms this, specifically that large numbers of foreign nationals vote in U.S. elections. The “participation was large enough to plausibly account for Democratic victories in a few close elections,” according to a mainstream newspaper article written by two of the political science college professors that conducted the study. “Non-citizen votes could have given Senate Democrats the pivotal 60th vote needed to overcome filibusters in order to pass health-care reform and other Obama administration priorities in the 111th Congress,” the researchers write. “Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) won election in 2008 with a victory margin of 312 votes. Votes cast by just 0.65 percent of Minnesota non-citizens could account for this margin. It is also possible that non-citizen votes were responsible for Obama’s 2008 victory in North Carolina. Obama won the state by 14,177 votes, so a turnout by 5.1 percent of North Carolina’s adult non-citizens would have provided this victory margin.”

Most non-citizens do not register, let alone vote. But enough do that their participation can change the outcome of close races, the professors confirm. More than 14 percent of non-citizens in both the 2008 and 2010 samples indicated that they were registered to vote and some actually voted. Based upon extrapolations from the portion of the sample with a verified vote, 6.4 percent of non-citizens voted in 2008 and 2.2 percent of non-citizens voted in 2010. This is outrageous, to say that least, and illustrates the need to clean up voter rolls in this country.

“This is a major story and confirms JW’s working theory that foreign nationals illegally vote in federal elections in large numbers and have allowed Democrats, including this president, to steal elections,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This is why the Left does not want voter ID, loves same day registration, by mail voting, etc. and craves amnesty and open borders. It is not about the Hispanic vote – it is about the illegal alien vote (and the legal alien vote), it is about stealing elections.  Makes all the talk about targeting, messaging, issues, candidates, and policy seem quaint.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 02-15-2016

Cruz Spanish was as bad as bad can be.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-15-2016

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-15-2016
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