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   PoliticsThe United States election--and the next First Lady?


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To: Solon who wrote (71)4/14/2016 10:47:24 PM
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From: Solon4/15/2016 7:07:59 AM
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"Hillary Clinton is running for president as an “advocate of women and girls,” but there is another shocking side to her story that has been carefully covered up—until now. This stunning exposé reveals for the first time how Bill and Hillary Clinton systematically abused women and others—sexually, physically, and psychologically—in their scramble for power and wealth.

In this groundbreaking book, New York Times bestselling author Roger Stone and researcher and alternative historian Robert Morrow map the arc of Bill and Hillary’s crimes and cover-ups. They reveal details about their actions in Arkansas, during Bill Clinton’s time in the White House, about who really ordered the deadly attack on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, during Hillary’s tenure as secretary of state, about their time at the Clinton Foundation, and during Hillary’s current campaign for president.

This is the first book to shed light on the couple’s deeply personal violations of the people they crushed in their obsessive quest for power. Along the way, Stone and Morrow reveal the family’s darkest secrets, including a Clinton family member’s drug rehab treatment that was never reported by the press, Hillary Clinton’s unusually close relationship with a top female aide, and a stunning revelation of such impact that it could strip Bill Clinton of his current popularity and derail Hillary’s push to be the second Clinton in the White House.

Anyone who cares about the future of the United States will want to read this tell-all, exposing the appalling, unvarnished, and ugly truth about the Clintons"

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Is Donald Trump in real danger???


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From: Solon4/15/2016 7:18:59 AM
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So it is almost a certainty that Trump will be in an election against Hillary Clinton for the White House. It is also a certainty that millions of "democrats" have an aversion to Hillary and will either vote for Trump or will stay home. Trump will gain a large number of democrats and undecided--even when they stay home. And the election is in the bag.

Unless Republicans cross over in a bewildering outbreak of necrotizing fasciitis?? The idea that Republicans would throw the election is mind boggling. And yet we have posters on SI who seem to drink their gin with a dash of lemming...

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From: Solon4/15/2016 10:45:29 AM
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Great article by Donald...

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Donald J. Trump


April 14, 2016 7:18 p.m. ET

On Saturday, April 9, Colorado had an “election” without voters. Delegates were chosen on behalf of a presidential nominee, yet the people of Colorado were not able to cast their ballots to say which nominee they preferred.

A planned vote had been canceled. And one million Republicans in Colorado were sidelined.

In recent days, something all too predictable has happened: Politicians furiously defended the system. “These are the rules,” we were told over and over again. If the “rules” can be used to block Coloradans from voting on whether they want better trade deals, or stronger borders, or an end to special-interest vote-buying in Congress—well, that’s just the system and we should embrace it.

Let me ask America a question: How has the “system” been working out for you and your family?

I, for one, am not interested in defending a system that for decades has served the interest of political parties at the expense of the people. Members of the club—the consultants, the pollsters, the politicians, the pundits and the special interests—grow rich and powerful while the American people grow poorer and more isolated.

No one forced anyone to cancel the vote in Colorado. Political insiders made a choice to cancel it. And it was the wrong choice.

Responsible leaders should be shocked by the idea that party officials can simply cancel elections in America if they don’t like what the voters may decide.

The only antidote to decades of ruinous rule by a small handful of elites is a bold infusion of popular will. On every major issue affecting this country, the people are right and the governing elite are wrong. The elites are wrong on taxes, on the size of government, on trade, on immigration, on foreign policy.

Why should we trust the people who have made every wrong decision to substitute their will for America’s will in this presidential election?

Here, I part ways with Sen. Ted Cruz.

Mr. Cruz has toured the country bragging about his voterless victory in Colorado. For a man who styles himself as a warrior against the establishment (you wouldn’t know it from his list of donors and endorsers), you’d think he would be demanding a vote for Coloradans. Instead, Mr. Cruz is celebrating their disenfranchisement.

Likewise, Mr. Cruz loudly boasts every time party insiders disenfranchise voters in a congressional district by appointing delegates who will vote the opposite of the expressed will of the people who live in that district.

That’s because Mr. Cruz has no democratic path to the nomination. He has been mathematically eliminated by the voters.

While I am self-funding, Mr. Cruz rakes in millions from special interests. Yet despite his financial advantage, Mr. Cruz has won only three primaries outside his home state and trails me by two million votes—a gap that will soon explode even wider. Mr. Cruz loses when people actually get to cast ballots. Voter disenfranchisement is not merely part of the Cruz strategy—it is the Cruz strategy.

The great irony of this campaign is that the “Washington cartel” that Mr. Cruz rails against is the very group he is relying upon in his voter-nullification scheme.

My campaign strategy is to win with the voters. Ted Cruz’s campaign strategy is to win despite them.

What we are seeing now is not a proper use of the rules, but a flagrant abuse of the rules. Delegates are supposed to reflect the decisions of voters, but the system is being rigged by party operatives with “double-agent” delegates who reject the decision of voters.

The American people can have no faith in such a system. It must be reformed.

Just as I have said that I will reform our unfair trade, immigration and economic policies that have also been rigged against Americans, so too will I work closely with the chairman of the Republican National Committee and top GOP officials to reform our election policies. Together, we will restore the faith—and the franchise—of the American people.

We must leave no doubt that voters, not donors, choose the nominee.

How have we gotten to the point where politicians defend a rigged delegate-selection process with more passion than they have ever defended America’s borders?

Perhaps it is because politicians care more about securing their private club than about securing their country.

My campaign will, of course, battle for every last delegate. We will work within the system that exists now, while fighting to have it reformed in the future. But we will do it the right way. My campaign will seek maximum transparency, maximum representation and maximum voter participation.

We will run a campaign based on empowering voters, not sidelining them.

Let us take inspiration from patriotic Colorado citizens who have banded together in protest. Let us make Colorado a rallying cry on behalf of all the forgotten people whose desperate pleas have for decades fallen on the deaf ears and closed eyes of our rulers in Washington, D.C.

The political insiders have had their way for a long time. Let 2016 be remembered as the year the American people finally got theirs.

Mr. Trump is a candidate for the Republican presidential nomi

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From: Solon4/15/2016 7:46:53 PM
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GREAT video posted by YearsGoneBy over on the "I Hate Trump, He Reminds Me Of My Father Who Made Me Feel So Small", Thread!

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As Trump continues to lap the field, the Trump Haters are starting to melt! The question all the rest of us are asking is what makes them hate so deeply? What is it about strength, success, confidence, and greatness that infuriates them? Would they hate all self-actualised people?

While the Trump Haters are wasting their lives hating...normal people are getting outside of themselves and involving themselves in assessing the election and working to elect a great leader to make their country great again. I guess people have to grow as best they can. No point in condemning the haters. They are doing what they can with what they have. That is all anyone can do...

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To: Solon who wrote (76)4/15/2016 8:18:09 PM
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That video was actually posted by ByGoneYrs! Tricky name!

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From: Solon4/16/2016 5:17:53 PM
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The "moderator" on the "I Hate Trump" thread is really going off the rails!! Cut and paste after cut and paste making stupid insults and false statements. YIKES!

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His hate is bizarre. Why does Trump make him feel so small? Hey! Most of us can say plenty of good things about Cruz, Rubio-almost anybody other than Jack the Ripper or Manson! But this simple fellow never offers a measured comment with a considered viewpoint? NOT EVER. He just masturbates endlessly in his hate and anger. He hates Trump. Yeah! We get it! But you have never once posted a fact to justify your hate?

HELLO??

So where does that come from?

You can always tell a man by his children. All normal people know this. Donald's children are on public record. And this fellow's children deserve their privacy. Do they ever! Let us be kind.

Hate is such a poor motive for a thread. But free speech is free speech. So please read this fellow's cut-and-pastes!

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To: Solon who wrote (78)4/16/2016 10:05:40 PM
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I sent this to this coward in PM!!.. Don't hold your breath! Cowards are cowards! HO! HO!


Another cowardly nobody!!

You are such a useless and TRANSPARENT SHITHEAD!!

You cannot discuss or argue because morons do not discuss or argue!!"

Good-bye and good luck."

What a MORON!!

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To: Solon who wrote (79)4/16/2016 10:19:17 PM
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I responded to this young kid in PM (both the Brum boy and that other kid) but they are too much of the PUNK to stand front!!

So I win! HO HO!!

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To: Solon who wrote (80)4/16/2016 11:41:38 PM
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You jumped in to addressing someone who was merely being asked a question. You were not fair. You were not decent. You were not above board.

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