Orlylicious wrote:Can anyone photoshop this with a HILLARY WINS graphic?
Not before late on the 8th, please.
Orlylicious wrote:Can anyone photoshop this with a HILLARY WINS graphic?
The comparison, as they say, is at the link.During a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Monday, Donald Trump said he was "sure" that what's contained in the emails at the center of the FBI's renewed probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private server is "absolutely devastating."
Those emails are under review by the FBI, and their content has not been released publicly, but Trump appears certain in his pronouncement despite a lack of evidence.
His trading on uncertainty without proof may seem familiar: His talk of the renewed probe mirrors his years-long perpetuation of the birther movement.
Meet Donald Trump’s Top FBI Fanboy
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There are a few Americans to whom I do look up. The Obamas are in my list. Joe Biden is. At one time John McCain was. Hillary is in many ways; Bill, very much less so. Many TFB people are recipients of my semi-anonymous admiration. But I keep asking my question: who is up and coming in the Democratic Party? I see the bench as very thin. To whom will we look up in 2024?When Donald Trump controversially confirmed his bid for the presidency, I knew he had a real shot at being the next president. I was in Los Angeles and everyone thought I was mad. “Trump?! No way!” But what nobody picked up on is we no longer live in an America where people look up to anyone; we look down—at our phones, and our selfies, staring back at us.
In the Middle East we have no one to choose from; in America, we’ve chosen no one.
On the financial disclosure forms that Donald J. Trump has pointed to as proof of his tremendous success, no venture looks more gold-plated than his golf resort in Doral, Fla., where he reported revenues of $50 million in 2014. That figure accounted for the biggest share of what he described as his income for the year.
But this summer, a considerably different picture emerged in an austere government hearing room in Miami, where Mr. Trump’s company was challenging the resort’s property tax bill.
Mr. Trump’s lawyer handed the magistrate an income and expense statement showing that the gross revenue had indeed been $50 million. But after paying operating costs, the resort had actually lost $2.4 million.
Mr. Trump has repeatedly held out his financial disclosures as a justification for breaking with tradition and refusing to release his personal tax returns. “You don’t learn that much from tax returns,” he said in September during his first debate with Hillary Clinton. “You learn a lot from financial disclosure. And you should go down and take a look at that.”
But an examination of his tax appeals on several properties, and other documents obtained by The New York Times through Freedom of Information requests, shows that what Mr. Trump has reported on those forms is nowhere near a complete picture of his financial state.
Chaffetz: Voting for Trump doesn't mean I'm endorsing him
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Agree!RoadScholar wrote:After watching his speech at the DNC convention in 2012 I thought Cory Booker had a promising future.
He was pretty amazing! I think he's definitely at least one of the ones to watch.RoadScholar wrote:After watching his speech at the DNC convention in 2012 I thought Cory Booker had a promising future.
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/t ... ops-230666Trump transition team pulls out the stops
Emboldened by the polls, GOP policy wonks finish plans to dismantle Barack Obama's legacy.
By ANDREW RESTUCCIA and NANCY COOK 11/03/16 05:27 AM EDT
Donald Trump’s presidential transition team has kicked into higher gear as the race for the White House tightens, with a team of conservative Washington policy wonks fleshing out plans to dismantle President Barack Obama’s legacy.
What once seemed like a futile exercise in preparing for a government that might never be is suddenly becoming very real for the 100-plus Republicans on Trump’s transition team. The group — made up of an unlikely hodgepodge of conservative think-tank fellows, former Mitt Romney advisers and die-hard Trump supporters — has been working at a frenzied pace to put the finishing touches on a road map for the nominee’s first 100 days.
Several sources said the team has focused heavily on how a President Trump might use executive authority, both as a way to quickly put his stamp on the federal government, as well as to undo hundreds of Obama’s regulations on energy, taxes and health care.
“That’s been a big focus of their effort, so they’re in a position on Day One to repeal things and replace things with the stroke of a pen,” said one person close to the transition team.
Those close to the transition team said they expect a President Trump to concentrate on immigration and repealing Obamacare as key issues to tackle early. The group has also prepared detailed agency-by-agency guides for a potential Trump administration that include recommendations on personnel, new regulations and executive orders.
Just watched The Sociopath. Gives a history of the rise of the Tea Party & exploiting it for his own gain. Lots of Never Trump conservative commentary that points out his vile rhetoric. Unfortunately (as usual) none mention their own contributions as conservative media, pundits, etc. for failing to rebuke the precursor to Trump rhetoric, the Tea Party or GOP leaders.Karen Walker wrote:Ben Howe's Never Trump movie drops tonight.
Slim, I think there's a thread for Trump's failed businesses. Oh, perhaps that's a tad premature?Slim Cognito wrote:Not sure where to put this, but since everyone is going to think "Trump!", here goes.
Casting notice goes out for new 'up-and-coming' conservative news network
The notice goes on to say the on-air talent the network wants "must be knowledgeable about conservative viewpoints, current events and the presidential election," adding applicants must also "look upscale and intelligent," and should be "outspoken and energetic."
Auditions are being held at an undisclosed New York City studio on Nov. 7, the eve of Election Day.
While the casting call doesn't identify any specific employer, it does suggest initial programming will be streamed on the internet, infrastructure the Trump campaign has already set up through its Facebook live feed where aides have been broadcasting events and counter news programming.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/11 ... twork.html
India:Hindu-nationalist group celebrate Trump election "victory"
NEW DELHI The Hindu Sena group on Friday celebrated the "victory" of U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump, hailing his friendship with diaspora Indians and backing his call to ban immigration by Muslims from countries hit by Islamic militancy. With drums banging and speakers blaring, the Hindu Sena, or Hindu Army, gathered at Jantar Mantar to proclaim to a knot of TV crew."Trump's victory is confirmed early, due to his thoughts against Islamic terrorism and love for India and Hindus,"
And in Phoenix he promised those planes to Luke AFB, and in Tucson they were going to Davis-Monthan.RTH10260 wrote: BTW he spoke of a totally depleted military he wants to rebuild, and references the near McDill airforce base, and how much grater he will make it. He never mentioned what new unneeded functionality and planes he may want to build and put on base there against what phantom attacker.