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Posted in: Trump nominated as Republican presidential candidate See in context

"we just want to preserve conservative traditional values." - comments

A Dictator like Trump should do just fine.

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Posted in: Trump nominated as Republican presidential candidate See in context

post script: That Manafort guy seems really scary. Is his family in concrete up by Donny's digs? You know, where really, really rich people live? Who use concrete, live? Those People?

What we learn . . .

"Paul Manafort has a history of working for strong men."

"Over a 40-year career as a lobbyist and political consultant, Manafort and his firms have advised, in no particular order, a business group tied to Ferdinand Marcos, the dictator of the Philippines; Viktor Yanukovych, the ousted Ukrainian president and ally of Vladimir Putin; and Lynden Pindling, the former Bahamian prime minister who was accused of ties to drug traffickers."

Source: "From Ukraine To Trump Tower, Paul Manafort Unafraid To Take On Controversial Jobs"

Now he's working for Trump. Go figure.

A Thug working for Trump? Impossible. The Truth Will Out. Donald J. Trump.

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Posted in: Trump nominated as Republican presidential candidate See in context

Governor Chris Christie is running a bully pulpit prosecution of Secretary Clinton. What difference the RNC Cleveland Convention than the daily FOXNews propaganda?

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Posted in: Melania Trump ignites GOP convention after gloom, turmoil See in context

"One thing that always intrigues me about some people is that they actually believe making blanket statements and over-generalizations is an intelligent way of conducting a debate or having a meaningful discussion." - comments

That's you all over.

Why can't half truths and outright deception solve every problem? (see: Trump Campaign)

Isn't the lack of willingness to believe whatever one is told the real problem? (see: Threatening Delegates)

Or are these ideas too radical for you? (because you're PC?)

Sounds like another one of those, "fact based analysis" things. (Even Sarah Palin knows those aren't right, EVER!)

All proven false by the way, including that Darwin guy. And Gallyleo guy about stuff.

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Posted in: Trump nominated as Republican presidential candidate See in context

"Melania Trump, a Slovenian-born jewelry designer and former model, talked about passing on to the next generation the value of hard work" - article

Oh! The 'hard' work?

What a fraud.

The RNC has one goal, re-weaponizing America.

Trump's on board. Death Ahead and The GOP-tea is steering the bus.

Trump knows when he can make a good buck.

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Posted in: Melania Trump ignites GOP convention after gloom, turmoil See in context

re: Photo #1: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, greets his wife Melania after introducing her during the Republican National Convention, Monday in Cleveland.

Now, names aside, total old drunk Uncle lurching at grand-daughter. Creepy. Photo #1, "GO From My Mind!"

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Posted in: Prince William's sister-in-law Pippa Middleton engaged See in context

LONDON — Pippa Middleton, the younger sister of Prince William’s wife Kate, announced Tuesday that she had got engaged to her boyfriend James Matthews, a hedge fund manager.

OTM!

(OTM: 'over the moon')

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Posted in: Trump nominated as Republican presidential candidate See in context

Party officials are hoping to use the convention to smooth out some of his rough edges and present him as a job creator and a strong hand to combat security threats at home and abroad.

The Fraud King, Donald J. Trump.

What does Trump know about combating security threats at home and abroad?

Oh, yeah! Trump's Daddy sent Donny to Military School at age 13 for uncontrollable outbursts of prejudiced and, well the records show very clearly.

So, a discipline problem Trump's Daddy disposes in the Military School and Donny who ran from the Draft and attacked Disabled Veterans at Trump Towers, is now, some how, 'a strong hand to combat security threats at home and abroad'?

Trump's a Dunce. The RNC is his puppet.

post script: That Manafort guy seems really scary. Is his family in concrete up by Donny's digs? You know, where really, really rich people live? Who use concrete live? Those People?

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Posted in: Melania Trump ignites GOP convention after gloom, turmoil See in context

"In an interview with NBC News taped ahead of her convention appearance and posted online early Tuesday, Mrs Trump said of her speech, “I wrote it.” She added that she had “a little help.”

"Her husband made a brief, but showy entrance, into the convention hall to introduce her, emerging from shadows and declaring, “We’re going to win, we’re going to win so big.” - article

Creepy, and very much, another fraud in the Trump hall of shame.

Trump's wife hasn't any credibility or position of any respect earned by any hard work she pilfered from First Lady Obama's speech of 2008.

That Trump continues his domination of the Republican National Committee reveals a more sinister aspect of the Trump Campaign.

With only 44% of Registered Republicans voting for Trump, some 56% were muzzled and forced to listen to the surreal cries of 'hard work' from two people who never worked a day in their lives selling a freak show of terror-mongers one after another at the RNC.

Scare and Sell, a tried and true tactic for fear peddlers.

The RNC Halloween House was early this year but expect it a set piece in the Trump Purge of Reason.

The two people who have no place lecturing Americans on Safety of any kind by sowing fear into every Campaign event are Donald and Melania Trump, including this opening day of the RNC 2016 'War on America'.

If American's want to be safe from Trump the only protection they need is the Ballot Box on November 8th.

Reckless and Dangerous needn't be the future Trump creates with his sham marriages or rabid prejudices.

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Posted in: Trump forces quash attempted revolt at U.S. Republican convention See in context

"The keynote speaker tonight. Interesting interview on strategy fighting ISIS + dealing with Trump." - comments

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Melania Trump — wife of presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump — will make her Republican National Convention debut on Monday.

Unclear what Melania Trump knows of strategy fighting ISIS + dealing with Trump. How pathetic. Like some dunce ballyhooing "My wife's real pretty'. Is there a 'tragic clown' too? Some bozo is claiming Trump can "Fix This".

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Posted in: Trump forces quash attempted revolt at U.S. Republican convention See in context

"The turmoil threatened efforts by the Trump campaign to show the party had united behind the businessman-turned-politician and distracted from the day’s theme of “Make America Safe Again,” meant to depict Trump as a strong leader capable of shielding the country from violence and Islamist militancy." - article

"Trump’s son and adviser, Donald Trump Jr, threatened the leaders of the attempted revolt, saying: “Your careers are finished” in a message posted on Twitter." - article

What a masterpiece. What precision.

These two quotes: 'depict Trump as a strong leader capable of shielding the country from violence and Islamist militancy' and 'Trump’s son and adviser, Donald Trump Jr, threatened the leaders'

Both a demagogue, 'The Trump Delusion', controlling the actions of others and Trump served by his self named son who threatens people.

The whole thing is Italian Opera. What next? Trump descends on gold wings from the rafters of the Q? This will make some great TV show one day.

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Posted in: Trump forces quash attempted revolt at U.S. Republican convention See in context

"Trump has sought to position himself as the law-and-order candidate in an echo of Richard Nixon’s successful presidential campaign of 1968."

“This is really appalling,” Ken Cuccinelli, a delegate from Virginia who favored a roll-call vote, told MSNBC afterward. “This is the party of law and order. ... If you won’t obey your own rules, there is no reason to think you’ll obey any others.”

Well, a Nixon comparison shows where Trump's delusions lead and a Virginia GOP Delegate nails the lid down; "If you won’t obey your own rules, there is no reason to think you’ll obey any others."

'If you won’t obey your own rules, there is no reason to think you’ll obey any others' should have been the Trump+P slogan all along. Or 'another bigot for god', either way.

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Posted in: Trump forces quash attempted revolt at U.S. Republican convention See in context

opponents of presumptive U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump stormed out of the room and others chanted in protest at their failure to win a symbolic vote opposing his candidacy

That sounds like fascism.

The RNC won't allow a "symbolic" vote?

Trump is clearly dictating the playbook, 'No Dissent' and the RNC is handing it to Trump.

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Posted in: Myanmar's Suu Kyi holds landmark rebel talks See in context

Myanmar has been scarred by ethnic conflicts ever since its independence in 1948, with minority groups battling for greater autonomy against a central government that they believed has long ignored and abused them.

Suu Kyi has vowed to overturn that painful legacy with plans to hold a major peace conference later this summer.

Since 1948. There are some very deep and long sustained wounds to the psyche of humankind. Some are beginning anew, others finding resolution. Resolution is by far the cheapest and most effective use of resources. A prayer for Myanmar (Burma).

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Posted in: Trump ready to complete improbable rise at GOP convention See in context

The Republican New Hampshire Delegate: "This isn't a meeting of the Republican Party, this is a meeting of Brown Shirts."

So much for Party Unity, or allowing a Democracy of Voice Vote at the RNC Convention.

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Posted in: Trump ready to complete improbable rise at GOP convention See in context

"Trump is a loose canon (which I love) and people are afraid of him (which I love)." - comments

Reckless and Dangerous. Another vote for David Duke. oops, Donald J. Trump.

This pretty much summarizes the philosophy of those who wish to be led by a Dictator.

Trump supporters.

Say a prayer for Cleveland.

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Posted in: Trump ready to complete improbable rise at GOP convention See in context

“He [Donald J. Trump] does really well on the teleprompters,” Priebus told The Associated Press. “It really is, I think, presidential.” - article

Turning Trump into a robot would help. But, it would still be an evil robot.

Robots don't deserve that.

“He doesn’t have natural filters,” New York GOP Chairman Ed Cox said. “Let’s see about the acceptance speech. That’s probably going to be the most watched acceptance speech ever, because it’s going to be dramatic. People don’t know exactly what it’s going to be.” - article

Just what Americans need. A Narcissist Twelve year old with a Trust Fund.

Everyone hopes there's some kind of decent person inside Trump's rabid prejudice.

There isn't. Let Trump Be Trump, an evil robot.

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Posted in: Trump ready to complete improbable rise at GOP convention See in context

"Ivanka Trump’s rabbi, scheduled to deliver the opening prayer, also backed out." - article

What more need we know? That's what happens when Daddy doesn't condemn David Duke, Holocaust Denier.

"“We want America to understand who Donald Trump the man is, not just Donald Trump the candidate,” Trump’s campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, said Sunday on the convention floor."

Looks like everyone who needs to, knows what Trump the "man" is. He's the guy who refused to condemn David Duke.

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Posted in: Trump ready to complete improbable rise at GOP convention See in context

"That moment may help Trump score what he needs most from the convention: a picture of a Republican Party united behind his candidacy."

"According to any number of preference polls, Trump heads into the convention as one of the most unpopular major party nominees ever." - article

Worst, Trump is using the event as a personal celebration of Donald J. Trump.

Americans are clearly not anywhere near as interested in Trump as Trump is in himself.

What most will agree on is Cleveland is a good place not to be anywhere near for a week or more.

"So Trump doing his version of a touchdown dance in the end zone would not be unprecedented. But there would be a large problem for the GOP this year, should it follow Obama's lead. If Trump were to hold his coronation in one of these stadiums, he would have to open up the event to thousands of people not vetted for the convention. That means that a large number of potential protesters could attend. Maybe thousands. Given the conflict that has occurred at Trump campaign rallies, it is not hard to imagine what could happen in such a situation."

source: 'Will Donald Trump Turn the GOP Convention into Chicago 1968?'

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Posted in: Under the radar See in context

"From Beijing’s perspective, as long as Pyongyang does not threaten China with nuclear weapons, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is primarily America’s problem. After all, the DPRK’s nuclear arsenal is improving with the aim of targeting the United States mainland, and it is Washington that has to keep its allies, South Korea and Japan, feeling secure."

China's 'Good Neighbor' policy seems openly encouraging to DPRK's nuclear arsenal and use. With friends like these?

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Posted in: Trump presents 'partner' Pence, but no doubt who's the star See in context

"The complaint argues that the Trump campaign has “knowingly and illegally” solicited donations from the foreign nationals. It includes several references to media reports of politicians receiving fundraising emails, including a number of members of parliament in Iceland and Australia as well as the 54 members of the Scottish National party and UK House of Commons."

source: 'Trump Campaign May Have Broken Law By Seeking Foreign Political Donations'

What has Pence gotten himself into?!

Boy, join the Campaign and find out your boss "has “knowingly and illegally” solicited donations from the foreign nationals."

That Pence! (what a screw up.) Maybe Trump can blame him?

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Posted in: Trump presents 'partner' Pence, but no doubt who's the star See in context

"Pence also personally led the fight to defund Planned Parenthood while serving in the House and fought to pass Indiana's 2016 anti-abortion law, with some of the most outrageous restrictions in the country that threatened women’s privacy and limited their choice. And just like Trump, he's been a longtime opponent of comprehensive immigration reform."

source: 'Donald Trump Reveals New Trump-Pence Logo, Twitter Has a Field Day With Suggestive Design'

For a television game show host, Trump can't put together a ticket to The White House.

Picking an enemy of women's rights and pair it with Trump's own outrageous bigotry?

The GOP-tea can cry all they want. Short of pulling the endorsement these two are going to lay one egg after another.

"The logo features a letter T for Trump penetrating the center of a P for Pence in blue, along with five red horizontal bars meant to symbolize the American flag. Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again!” runs under the pair’s names." - source above

Even a game show host should be able to make a logo other than TP, known in the States as an abbreviation for, 'toilet paper'.

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Posted in: Trump presents 'partner' Pence, but no doubt who's the star See in context

“This is the primary reason I wanted Mike — other than that he looks very good, other than he’s got an incredible family, and incredible wife,” Trump said." - article

So, nothing about anything, except 'he looks good' and 'his wife is hot'?

What a Buffoon. Donald J. Trump, 'Buffoon in Chief',

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Posted in: Trump presents 'partner' Pence, but no doubt who's the star See in context

"The Indiana governor is well-regarded by evangelical Christians, particularly after signing a law that critics said would allow businesses to deny service to gay people for religious reasons." - article

In simple terms: Pence is a nutter. Trump wants him as the Vice President. Trump is a buffoon. QED.

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Posted in: Can U.S. prevent war in Southeast Asia? See in context

"That makes the decision to deploy the U.S.-made Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) system in South Korea entirely reasonable. Missile defense systems like that, however, can themselves raise tensions even though they are defensive systems."

"In Europe, the deployment of a missile shield in eastern and southern Europe primarily to counter any threat from the Middle East clearly antagonized Russia, suddenly wary of losing its own long-held ability to strike European targets with nuclear and conventional weapons."

"If peace is based around consensus, the direction of travel in Asia this year seems to be entirely the wrong way." - article

The wrong way, is allowing bully rights, not early warning and surveillance. Where's the beef?

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Posted in: Trump presents 'partner' Pence, but no doubt who's the star See in context

"Yet the announcement lacked much of the stagecraft typically associated with the public unveiling of a running mate, one of the most significant moments under a presidential campaign’s control."

"“All right, back to Mike Pence,” Trump said at one point after a long tangent talking about the Republican Party’s efforts to overturn rules that limit church leaders’ political involvement." - article

Donald J. Trump, gaming the rigged system of Evangelical 'what's in it for me?' ethos. A match made in heaven.

Just like Trump and 'Trump University'.

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Posted in: Trump announces Pence as running mate See in context

"But you're ok with the LGBT using bully tactics push Hollywood to create gay characters like Disney's frozen " - comments

It is hilarious when a cartoon is reality for some of the more rabid right like Swanson and those who chant his mantra. Let's check, frozen? gay? Who says?

"As Right Wing Watch reported, Pastor Kevin Swanson blasted producers of the movie, which has reportedly grossed over $1 billion worldwide and nabbed two Oscars, for trying to “indoctrinate” children into being gay, and treating “homosexuality [and] bestiality in a light sort of way.”

"He asked listeners in a radio broadcast, “How many Christians are taking their kids off to see the movie ‘Frozen,’ produced by an organization that is probably one of the most pro-homosexual organizations in the country?”

source: Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Will Teach Kids To Be Gay And Is The Work Of The Devil: Kevin Swanson

Trump's Pence is patronage to Prophets. Trump's Prophet is Profit. Pence's Prophet, Trump?

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Posted in: Trump announces Pence as running mate See in context

"But as of Friday afternoon, Gingrich had yet to share his support with Trump himself. He told The Associated Press he had not received a call from Trump telling him he wasn’t getting the job."

The image of Newt sulking with a gallon of Hagen Daze and a fork. Newt, impeached and fined $300,000, couldn't pay his Tiffany bill, was the originator of today's 'image only content free' Legislators.

How the thought of two egos like Trump and Gingrich could ever be paired in any endeavor is Freud's nightmare psychosis.

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Posted in: Trump announces Pence as running mate See in context

To recap the events, the Republican vice-presidential candidate has said that the presidential pick should not be elected president; the Republican presidential candidate has tried as recently as last night to replace his vice-presidential candidate; and the campaign manager has publicly described the presidential candidate as jittery and emotional in the face of upsetting news. And all this has come out in the last day! source: Matt Fuller

Actually the chaos of Trump's personal life is the same as his public persona.

'Let Trump BE Trump', that guy stinks.

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Posted in: Obama slams suggestion of Muslim test in wake of Nice attack See in context

"Without naming names, Obama responded to a suggestion from Newt Gingrich, a former Republican speaker, who on Thursday said a religious test was needed for Muslims in America, deporting them if they believe in Sharia law."

"Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for the Nov 8 presidential election, has called for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the country." - article

Hand out the arm bands and the GOP-tea swings into action with their 'Dictator in Chief'.

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