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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwit View Post
    Donald Trump’s poll numbers collapse as general election looms

    The bottom is dropping out for Donald Trump.

    http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/donald-tr...election-looms
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    Revelation 14:7
    Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters.
    "not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me.”

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    Originally Posted by Godwit Donald Trump’s poll numbers collapse as general election looms

    The bottom is dropping out for Donald Trump.

    http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/donald-tr...election-looms


    Quote Originally Posted by danielboon View Post
    Originally Posted by Godwit Donald Trump’s poll numbers collapse as general election looms

    The bottom is dropping out for Donald Trump.

    http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/donald-tr...election-looms




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    Quote Originally Posted by dissimulo View Post
    I think Trump is as likely to choose Peewee Herman for his running mate as Carson.
    Megan Kelly: "Please step closer to the mic Mr Trump"
    Trump: "HAAAAAAA! Take a picture, it will last longer"

    Cruz: "You're a RINO"
    Trump: "I know you are but what am I?"

    Trump: "I put mirrors on my shoes so I can look up your dress and see your panties Hillary"
    Hillary: "The jokes on you, I'm not wearing any panties"

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    LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) -- One day before Wisconsin's primary election, Republican Donald Trump told supporters that we need less political correctness and that we need to get the job done.
    He made the remarks in front of a crowd at the La Crosse Center Monday morning. A man who appeared to be demonstrating at the event briefly interrupted Trump around 10:30 a.m. Monday, and could be seen walking out of the room.
    "I wonder what state he came from," Trump said afterwards. "You know, they send em' around."
    "Good, you had fun. You know it makes it more interesting, doesn't it?"

    Trump said that published reports had stated that he wants to dissolve NATO, but that was not what he said. He said he wants to get back money that's owed to the United States by countries that "have been given a free ride," and to make America rich again. He also said that reports saying he wants to arm a nuclear Asia are incorrect. Trump said President Barack Obama has said that global warming is America's biggest problem, but that we will have "global warming of the nuclear variety" if we don't "get smart people in office" soon.

    "We're like the big bully that constantly gets beat up," Trump said, referring to the United States. He said that Russia and China toy with the United States, and that Mexico "laughs at us."
    Trump called politics a dirty business, and said that he's never seen lying and deception like he's seen while running for office. He called "the media" dishonest, adding that he's "so much smarter than the guys who write the stories." He referred to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz as "Lyin' Ted," saying that nobody lies like he does. He called for Republican presidential candidate John Kasich to leave the race, saying it is unfair "to have a stubborn guy like that campaigning." Trump told the crowd they had a governor that's got "a lot of bad information out there," referring to Gov. Scott Walker. Walker announced his endorsement of Cruz last week. Trump said Wisconsin's job creation is low. Later in the speech, he said Walker has not done a great job, and that Wisconsin is "average."
    "You're not average people!" he exclaimed.

    Trump also predicted that he would win the general election in November if his opponent was Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

    "I'll beat her so easily," he said. "I haven't even focused on it."
    He called America's military severely depleted, and promised to strengthen the military, if elected. Trump told the crowd they were going to be very proud of their country again. He reminded supporters that his campaign is self-funded, and said that he's not controlled by outside groups, the banks, electric or lumber interests, but rather, by the people.
    "We have the machine against us," Trump said.

    All of this just confirms that The Big And Powerful guys are going to smear him every chance they did and twist his words. The media which DOES include Fox are out to git em.

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    Trump campaign in disarray

    Morale sinks as key battleground state staff laid off, including senior data operative.

    Donald Trump’s campaign is increasingly falling into disarray as the Manhattan billionaire braces for a loss in Wisconsin that could set him on course for an uncertain convention floor fight for the Republican presidential nomination.

    Since March, the campaign has been laying off field staff en masse around the country and has dismantled much of what existed of its organizations in general-election battlegrounds, including Florida and Ohio.

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    Keep on discounting Trump Godwit.

    The tales of his political death are as fallacious as all the climate bull**** you spread............

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    If Godwit is against Trump, maybe he isn't so bad, and Hilabeast minions must be worried about him. Godwit just needs to worry about keeping his Queen out of prison long enough to get to November.

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    Corrupt and Deranged, by Robert Gore

    Posted on September 7, 2016 | 2 Comments

    Contemporary governance embodies corruption within deranged systems resting on foundations of theft and fraud. Corruption makes reform impossible; derangement assures eventual collapse.
    “Defense” spending is a misnomer. The US could defend itself at a small fraction of what it spends on its military and intelligence. The US government’s foreign intervention and maintenance of a confederated empire are actually a welfare and transfer payment program. Spending has become the point: maximizing the payoff to military and intelligence contractors, their think tanks and lobbying arms, captured politicians, and the vast bureaucracies. Winning wars doesn’t serve the interests of those beneficiaries, lengthy and inconclusive engagements do.
    The war on terrorism is a mother lode. The enemy is whomever the government deems it to be, wherever the government chooses to fight it. The war itself creates more terrorism. Victory cannot be defined; the war will go on as long as the current ideology remains in place. It enriches the military-intelligence-industrial complex, but a war-without-end welfare program is clearly deranged, a fitting target of satire. It will continue indefinitely because its beneficiaries have far more incentive and resources to promote their interests than the rest of us have in promoting peace.
    Politicians use other people’s money to line their own pockets and buy votes; recipients accept the largess and become dependent on it. There is no limit to demands that the government fund “needs,” and no limit on the political willingness to meet those demands. It is testament to this lack of limits that the world’s richest countries cannot fund the demand for redistributive largess from their countries’ own resources. Aggregated, they have accumulated the largest debt load in history, far beyond their ability to repay it.
    Mounting debt generates its own limit: insolvency. Demographics shaped by the transfer state compound the problem. Stealing the fruits of labor penalizes honest productivity and constricts opportunity. Faced with bleak prospects, many of the young opt out of the financial obligations of starting families, rearing children, or even supporting themselves. Birthrates have dropped far below replacement in most developed countries: fewer people to fund taxes and debt just as the number of putative beneficiaries skyrocket. Pension shortfalls around the world are the canary in this coal mine. The mathematics are inescapable. Present arrangements are unsustainable, but will continue until debt markets and taxpayers rebel.
    They will face a counter-rebellion by dependency-warped recipients deprived of that which was never really theirs. Those who can but don’t honestly produce are both dishonest and unproductive. Faced with a cut-off, expect chaos and violence.
    Debt and taxes fund governments and enslaves their constituents. They’re the foundation for the second most insidious racket: the banking complex. The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 began the shift from real money (gold) to debt, enshrined the banking cartel, and was, through the establishment of the lender of last resort function, the first major step towards making taxpayers the guarantors of bank liabilities. Later, deposit insurance and Too Big To Fail (TBTF) sealed that guaranty.
    Bankers have found heaven on earth, but their paradise has destroyed the economy. TBTF has removed capitalism’s most potent corrective: failure. Government debt issuance, central bank monetization, interest rate suppression, and random, whimsical, and absurd policies provide banks with middleman’s profits, inside information, access to cheap funding for speculation, and, as a particularly vicious policy—the war on cash—gathers steam, captive deposits. They destroy honest saving and investment and burden the economy with an increasingly onerous load of debt and taxes. Even governments and central banks, entities that can conjure their own debt and mandate its acceptance, will for all intents and purposes go broke if spending outruns revenues long enough.
    The most insidious racket? While the banking camarilla is nothing to sneeze at, lawyers writing laws and regulations must be reckoned the Mt. Everest of rackets. They write, implement, interpret, and enforce the laws, augmenting their wealth and power every step of the way. Even the bankers ostensibly kowtow to the government (what happens behind the scenes is another matter). The repository of lawful coercive force, government inevitable becomes organized crime and the law nothing more than the means to corrupt ends. Write the law and write your own ticket.
    Standards of honesty and integrity crumble in societies based on theft and fraud, replaced by a new standard. Coercive, redistributive “altruism” excuses all manner of corruption among the powerful and the servitude of those who either choose or are forced to produce. Bread, circuses, and moral degeneracy entertain and placate the masses. The bizarre becomes commonplace, but the populace grows sated with each new manifestation, always more “transgressive” (of standards that no longer exist) than the previous one, in progressively shorter spans of time.
    Anything and everything goes. Only one standard remains that rouses virtually everyone—rich and poor, powerful and powerless—to righteous indignation: the more pervasive the corrupt derangement, the less acceptable it is to talk about it. In our own time, the obvious conclusion that the warfare and welfare states are morally and fiscally bankrupt, doomed to collapse, remains confined to the fringe.
    Here’s a rewrite of the “Emperor’s New Clothes” in light of modern realities. The child points out the Emperor’s nudity. The Emperor’s beholden courtiers and the impoverished but thoroughly cowed townspeople immediately threaten and intimidate the child. Naively stubborn, he repeats himself until someone claps a hand over his mouth. The headline next day: “Child who Questioned Emperor’s Attire Found Dead in Field Outside of Town.”
    Hillary Clinton wins support not despite her corruption and derangement, but because of it, especially among the establishment. Their rackets need a participant and patron. Donald Trump is hardly a naively honest child, but he has had the temerity to question a few rackets, notably immigration, trade, and the warfare state’s global empire. Questioning that last one—because it’s the largest and most lucrative—has provoked copious quantities of vehement vitriol.
    Truth can awaken minds and rouse people to action, posing an obvious threat to the corrupt and deranged. Should Trump win the election, he will assuredly be presented with the same choice as the child in the story: get with the program or die. Odds are he folds, in which case those of us rooting for meaningful change will be left with the hope that the inevitable collapse occurs before we die.
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



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