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  • White House: Comey not trying to sway election

    11/07/2016 10:51:35 AM PST · 39 of 53
    john mirse to ColdOne
    Comey and Abedin, Hillary's right hand:

    1. An unnoticed side effect of Comey ruling in favor of Hillary: Abedin is cleared of wrongdoing,
    and she can now go back to working for hillary. That is, if Comey had found something wrong with Weiner’s laptop, Abedin
    could have lost her high security status.

    2. But now, Abedin can keep her high security clearance and go back to work for Hillary as if nothing happened.

    3. My point is this: President Hillary would have had a hard time
    running the government without Abedin at her side.

  • New Florida Poll and interesting analysis [Trump 49.7%, Hillary 46.1%]

    11/07/2016 9:36:36 AM PST · 23 of 53
    john mirse to trackman
    To: Kaine, VP nominee:

    1. Hillary's health: How is it?

    2. Is it worse than she tells the public?

    3. If you know that her health is worse than she tells us, then I say this:

    4. You have a moral and religious obligation to tell us
    that Hillary's health is worse than she tells us.

    5. If Hillary is elected, imagine this happening:

    6. 6 months or less after she takes office, Hillary is bedridden or put in the hospital for several weeks.

    7. But back on Nov. 8, you knew that would soon happen because of Hillary's
    poor health, and so it was inevitable that the day would come when Hillary would end up bedridden or in the hospital during her first year in office and that you would have to take over.

    8. But because of your cowardice, you refused to tell the public before Nov. 8 that you knew that Hillary was in worse health than she told the public.

    9. You are a devote Catholic with a Jesuit education: With such a background, you need to tell us in good conscience if you know that Hillary is in worse health than she tells the public.

    10. Again, You have a moral and religious obligation to tell us in good conscience if Hillary is in worse health than she tells us.

    11. If Hillary becomes seriously sick soon after taking office, and we find out that you knew Hillary was seriously sick back in Oct. 2016, then we will condemn you and you will go down in history as a coward.

  • Final Des Moines Register poll of Iowa has Trump winning easily

    11/07/2016 3:14:47 AM PST · 4 of 6
    john mirse to cba123
    To: Kaine, VP nominee:

    1. Hillary's health: How is it?

    2. Is it worse than she tells the public?

    3. If you know that her health is worse than she tells us, then I say this:

    4. You have a moral and religious obligation to tell us
    that Hillary's health is worse than she tells us.

    5. If Hillary is elected, imagine this happening:

    6. 6 months or less after she takes office, Hillary is bedridden or put in the hospital for several weeks.

    7. But back on Nov. 8, you knew that would soon happen because of Hillary's
    poor health, and so it was inevitable that the day would come when Hillary would end up bedridden or in the hospital during her first year in office and that you would have to take over.

    8. But because of your cowardice, you refused to tell the public before Nov. 8 that you knew that Hillary was in worse health than she told the public.

    9. You are a devote Catholic with a Jesuit education: With such a background, you need to tell us in good conscience if you know that Hillary is in worse health than she tells the public.

    10. Again, You have a moral and religious obligation to tell us in good conscience if
    Hillary is in worse health than she tells us.

    11. If Hillary becomes seriously sick soon after taking office, and we find out that you knew Hillary was seriously sick back in Oct. 2016, then we will condemn you and you will go down in history as a coward.

  • At A Conference For Coastal Elites, Silicon Valley Talks Trump

    10/24/2016 1:33:14 AM PDT · 6 of 8
    john mirse to headstamp 2
    Hillary and the nuclear codes: She should not be allowed near them.

    1. Trump. Hillary claims that Trump is too out of control emotionally and too unfit to be trusted
    with the codes.

    2. But I argue that it is Hillary, not Trump, who is too unstable mentally and physically, to be entrusted with the codes.

    3. VERY POOR DECISION-MAKING SKILLS: SHE IS NOT QUICK ON HER FEET: Look at her home server controversy.

    4. She quickly dismisses the controversy by saying “that It was “only” a simple “mistake” , and she won't do it again."

    5. My question to Hillary: Before I vote, can you assure me that you won't be making more such
    “mistakes” as President.

    If you make mistakes, are you going to blame others?

    6. It seems that your administration battle cry will be something like this for 4 years if things go wrong: “I was not responsible. The Russians did it.”

    7. Hillary's POOR MEMORY, AND SHE TENDS TO LIE A LOT: Benghazi incident: She told family members that she did not remember what she told them. and she told them that she did not remember all the details about what happened on the day of the incident. Was her strange explanation due to her poor memory, or because she was lying on purpose.

    Do we want a person with such a poor memory or who lies a lot, and who continually blames others for her "mistakes" to be our next President?

    Also, Do we want four more years of Obama's lies, or four More years of the old Hillary-Bill Administration?

    8. Another reason why she should not have access to the codes: Bill AND ABEDIN Are TOO STRONG AN INFLUENCE ON HILLARY: Because of her poor health, Hillary depends too much on Bill and Abedin to make key political decisions. I don't think that Hillary can go to the bathroom without telling Abedin where she is going.

    9. Obviously, Bill is not in good health himself. What happens if Bill is bedridden or hospitalized during a crisis DURING THE NEXT 4 YEARS?

    10. Who is Hillary going to turn to then? Her cabinet? or to Abedin? Kaine? God help us if she turns to Kaine?

    Obviously, Hillary is also not in good health. If Hillary is bedridden or hospitalized during the next 4 years, will Kaine run the country? Do we want that?

    11. Hillary's Presidency: I call it ruling by a committee of 3. I also call her Presidency the 3 headed monster of
    Hillary, Bill, and Abedin.

    12. Does anyone realize how much power Abedin will have in the Hillary Administration?

    13. One point I want to make: If Hillary claims that Trump is unfit to have the codes, I wonder if she thinks that Bill and Abedin
    are fit to have access to the codes? Can they pass a security clearance? Do they have the good decision-making skills and mental toughness to govern alongside Hillary?

    Of course, only Hillary will have physical access to the codes, but bill and Abedin will be right there talking in her ear every minute and giving her advice on what to do.

    14. To me, Hillary does not have the strong decision-making skills, nor the mental toughness, nor the good health to run this country for the next 4 years, or to have access to the nuclear codes.

    15. For instance, if Russia launches missiles from Cuba, will Hillary have the strong decision-making skills to do the right thing with the codes all by herself, or is she going to need Bill's and Abedin's advice? Hillary cannot stand on her own two feet. She is going to need Bill and Abedin with her every time she needs to make a major decision, like when to release the codes in a major crisis.

  • Black Trump Supporters Explain Why They are Voting for DONALD TRUMP!

    10/23/2016 3:19:17 AM PDT · 9 of 56
    john mirse to metmom
    Many black voters are voting for Hillary: Before they vote, they should consider thataccess to President Hillary's White House will not be as easy as it was with Obama. Hillary is a very private person.

    ( I live a long distance from Michigan. ) 1. Before they vote for Hillary, they should think about how Hillary's middle- East refugee policy and her Mexican open-border policy will change their lives and the lives of their children forever. Maybe for the worse.

    2. When they think about Hillary, Blacks should also think about the following places:

    3. Dearborn, Michigan 5% black 10 miles from Detroit

    Northern Virginia.

    Florida, especially South Florida

    4. Dearborn, Michigan is a good example of how Hillary's and Obama’s very active Middle-East Refugee Program are bad for blacks in Dearborn, Michigan and elsewhere.

    5. Dearborn 100,000 population

    6. Only 10 miles from heavily black Detroit.

    7. 40 % claim middle-East background.

    8. 5 % claim African-American background, Why isn't it larger, especially since Dearborn is only 10 miles from Detroit with its large black population? Something is wrong here.

    9. If Hillary increases the number of Middle-East refugees after she is elected, I wonder how many will find their way to Dearborn and its large Mid-East population? I bet a lot.

    10. MY POINT IS THIS: Under President Hillary, it will be easier for Middle-East refugees to travel from the middle-East and receive USA benefits than it is for Detroit blacks to move and work in Dearborn, only 10 miles from Detroit.

    11. Just wondering: Is there some unspoken agreement among Dearborn leaders to discourage Detroit blacks from living and working in Dearborn, while, on the other hand, these same leaders encourage people from the middle-east to live and work there.

    I wonder if Jews are encouraged to live and work in heavily Muslim Dearborn and the rest of Michigan, or are they discouraged from living and working in Dearborn?

    NOTE: To me, Dearborn is a segregated city, no doubt about it. And nobody complains about it. only 10 miles from Detroit, and only a 5 % African-American population? The FBI should investigate.

    NOTE: To blacks in Michigan, go ahead and vote for Hillary if you want more and more Muslim middle-east refugees to move to Dearborn.

    12. NORTHERN VIRGINIA and how Hillary's immigration open border policy will hurt black opportunities in Virginia.

    13. Northern Virginia already has one of the largest illegal immigration populations in the country. And it has one of the largest communities from El Salvador.

    14. My point is this: If blacks in Virginia think it is hard to find a job and decent housing in northern Virginia now,
    especially if they don't speak Spanish, they will see how harder it will be to find a decent job once Hillary's open door policy along the Mexican border goes into effect and her amnesty plan floods Virginia with immigrants from Central America and the middle -East.

    15. Again, if you are a black person in Virginia who moves to Northern Virginia looking for work and housing, forget it once Hillary opens the borders to anyone from Central America.

    16. So if you are a black person in Virginia and you want to make it harder to find a job in northern Virginia, then go ahead and vote for Hillary and her open border policy.

    17. FLORIDA especially South Florida: New immigrants will make it much harder for blacks to compete for jobs and housing, especially if they don't speak Spanish.

    18. Are blacks in Florida finding it difficult to find a decent job, especially if they don't speak Spanish.
    19. Let's take a quick look at how Hillary's open door immigration policy and amnesty policy will do damage to black lives in Florida.

    20. To blacks in Florida, I say this: Where do you think the immigrants from the following countries will be headed after they cross the border? It is not California or Texas. Most of them will go to Florida.

    a. Guatemala

    b. El Salvador

    c. Honduras

    d. Nicaragua

    e. Panama

    21. Once they arrive in Florida. They have to live somewhere. At first, they will move into cheaper historically black neighborhoods. Do you think that they will move into historically white-Cuban neighborhoods.

    I don't think that white Cuban neighborhoods will greet these new immigrants with open arms just because they speak Spanish. They might even have trouble moving into growing Puerto Rican neighborhoods.

    They have to work somewhere, so they will take jobs that were historically held by African-Americans.

    A warning: If you are black in Florida and you work for a company owned by a Spanish -speaking person, get ready to look for another job once Hillary opens the floodgates along the Mexican border, because the Spanish-speaking owner will want to hire other Spanish-speaking workers.

    I wouldn't be surprised if Hillary's government pays Spanish-speaking owners a fee to hire new immigrants.

    22. My point is this: once blacks are forced out of historically black neighborhoods in Florida by new immigrants, where will they go?

    Will Hillary's open border policies and amnesty program force Florida blacks from their historically black neighborhoods and from their jobs?

    23. To black voters for Hillary in Florida: Go ahead and vote for Hillary if you were happy under 8 years of Obama’s policies, and if you want your historically black neighborhoods to disappear under Hillary's open-door immigration policy on the Mexican border?

    24. What is going on in Hillary's diabolical mind?

    I think that President Hillary is going to THROW BLACKS UNDER THE BUS who live in Michigan, Virginia, and Florida in order to put her Central American immigration and her middle-eastern refugee program into action, while at the same time, she avoids compensating blacks in those states to help them deal with their new housing and financial problems.

    ( Do African-Americans really believe that Bill and Abedin care about what happens to African-Americans?) I don't think so. They care more about Central American immigrants and muslim refugees from the middle East.

    Remember blacks in Michigan, Virginia, and Florida: If you vote for Hillary, you are voting for what I call the 3-headed monster of Hillary, bill, and Abedin. So good luck to you over the next 4 years, if you vote for Hillary.

  • NO Hillary Speeches Scheduled Thru October 30

    10/22/2016 2:05:40 AM PDT · 75 of 76
    john mirse to LibertarianLiz
    I can't remember a candidate, in my lifetime (I'm 62), that has spent most of this campaign in seclusion. She has maybe an event once or, at most, twice a week. Then, back to her bat cave to recuperate from all that exhausting work.

    *******

    If Hillary spends so much time in seclusion now while campaigning, I have the feeling that she will spend even more time in seclusion as President Hillary.

    For instance, I believe that there will be very few Hillary press conferences if Hillary is elected, because she will be in absolute control of everything as President.

    On the other hand, Trump will have an open Presidency, and he will hold many more press conferences than Hillary, because I believe that Trump likes to talk to the public more than Hillary does.

  • NO Hillary Speeches Scheduled Thru October 30

    10/22/2016 1:44:23 AM PDT · 74 of 76
    john mirse to Diana in Wisconsin

    Is it just my imagination, or is her left eye out of alignment?

  • President Obama Explains How He Wants to Fix Obamacare in Speech at Florida College

    10/20/2016 4:54:12 PM PDT · 34 of 52
    john mirse to DoughtyOne
    On problem is, he sold it as the Taj Mahal, not a starter home. It must be tough realizing you’re irrelevant.

    ********

    I think that Obama meant to say this: ObamaCare is a long term fixer-upper, not a starter home.

    ObamaCare may have begun as a brand new starter home long ago, but it is now on its last legs, and has turned into a horrible fixer-upper that needs a lot of work.

    Trump: Maybe he can buy it and fix it.

    Sorry, Obama. This experiment has failed.

    1. I think that ObamaCare is NOW in the flip-this-house territory.

    2. ObamaCare may have started out as a starter home, but now it has disintegrated into a fixer-upper.

    3. I don't think that Obama knows very much about real estate terms. He should spend some time watching those flip-this-house shows on tv so that the next time he tries to compare ObamaCare to some real estate property, he gets it right.

    4. Hillary: If Hillary is elected, she will probably carry on Obama's ObamaCare thinking where Obama thinks of ObamaCare as a starter home, and not a fixer-upper. Sad.

    5. Fixer-upper: I don't think that rich Hillary knows what a fixer-upper is.

    6. Abortions and ObamaCare: We know one thing for sure: Under President Hillary---Hillary said so in the last debate---abortions in the last month---the 9th month--- will be allowed. So, I'm sure Hillary will allow persons covered by ObamaCare to have an abortion anytime she wants. Terrible.

  • U.S. civil rights groups to fan out on Nov. 8 to fight voter intimidation

    10/19/2016 1:16:16 AM PDT · 10 of 30
    john mirse to tcrlaf
    Many black voters are voting for Hillary: Before they vote, they should consider that access to President Hillary's White House will not be as easy as it was with Obama. Hillary is a very private person.

    1. Before they vote for Hillary, they should think about how Hillary's middle- East refugee policy and her Mexican open-border policy will change their lives and the lives of their children forever. Maybe for the worse.

    2. When they think about Hillary, Blacks should also think about the following places:

    3. Dearborn, Michigan 5% black 10 miles from Detroit

    Northern Virginia.

    Florida, especially South Florida

    4. Dearborn, Michigan is a good example of how Hillary's and Obama’s very active Middle-East Refugee Program are bad for blacks in Dearborn, Michigan and elsewhere.

    5. Dearborn 100,000 population

    6. Only 10 miles from heavily black Detroit.

    7. 40 % claim middle-East background.

    8. 5 % claim African-American background, Why isn't it larger, especially since Dearborn is only 10 miles from Detroit with its large black population? Something is wrong here.

    9. If Hillary increases the number of Middle-East refugees after she is elected, I wonder how many will find their way to Dearborn and its large Mid-East population? I bet a lot.

    10. MY POINT IS THIS: Under President Hillary, it will be easier for Middle-East refugees to travel from the middle-East and receive USA benefits than it is for Detroit blacks to move and work in Dearborn, only 10 miles from Detroit.

    11. Just wondering: Is there some unspoken agreement among Dearborn leaders to discourage Detroit blacks from living and working in Dearborn, while, on the other hand, these same leaders encourage people from the middle-east to live and work there.

    I wonder if Jews are encouraged to live and work in heavily Muslim Dearborn and the rest of Michigan, or are they discouraged from living and working in Dearborn?

    NOTE: To me, Dearborn is a segregated city, no doubt about it. And nobody complains about it. only 10 miles from Detroit, and only a 5 % African-American population? The FBI should investigate.

    NOTE: To blacks in Michigan, go ahead and vote for Hillary if you want more and more Muslim middle-east refugees to move to Dearborn.

    12. NORTHERN VIRGINIA and how Hillary's immigration open border policy will hurt black opportunities in Virginia.

    13. Northern Virginia already has one of the largest illegal immigration populations in the country. And it has one of the largest communities from El Salvador.

    14. My point is this: If blacks in Virginia think it is hard to find a job and decent housing in northern Virginia now,
    especially if they don't speak Spanish, they will see how harder it will be to find a decent job once Hillary's open door policy along the Mexican border goes into effect and her amnesty plan floods Virginia with immigrants from Central America and the middle -East.

    15. Again, if you are a black person in Virginia who moves to Northern Virginia looking for work and housing, forget it once Hillary opens the borders to anyone from Central America.

    16. So if you are a black person in Virginia and you want to make it harder to find a job in northern Virginia, then go ahead and vote for Hillary and her open border policy.

    17. FLORIDA especially South Florida: New immigrants will make it much harder for blacks to compete for jobs and housing, especially if they don't speak Spanish.

    18. Are blacks in Florida finding it difficult to find a decent job, especially if they don't speak Spanish.
    19. Let's take a quick look at how Hillary's open door immigration policy and amnesty policy will do damage to black lives in Florida.

    20. To blacks in Florida, I say this: Where do you think the immigrants from the following countries will be headed after they cross the border? It is not California or Texas. Most of them will go to Florida.

    Haitians: I understand that there is a large group of Haitians waiting on the Mexican border getting ready to enter the United States when President Hillary says it is alright.

    a. Guatemala

    b. El Salvador

    c. Honduras

    d. Nicaragua

    e. Panama

    21. Once they arrive in Florida. They have to live somewhere. At first, they will move into cheaper historically black neighborhoods. Do you think that they will move into historically white-Cuban neighborhoods.

    I don't think that white Cuban neighborhoods will greet these new immigrants with open arms just because they speak Spanish. They might even have trouble moving into growing Puerto Rican neighborhoods.

    They have to work somewhere, so they will take jobs that were historically held by African-Americans.

    A warning: If you are black in Florida and you work for a company owned by a Spanish -speaking person, get ready to look for another job once Hillary opens the floodgates along the Mexican border, because the Spanish-speaking owner will want to hire other Spanish-speaking workers.

    I wouldn't be surprised if Hillary's government pays Spanish-speaking owners a fee to hire new immigrants.

    22. My point is this: once blacks are forced out of historically black neighborhoods in Florida by new immigrants, where will they go?

    Will Hillary's open border policies and amnesty program force Florida blacks from their historically black neighborhoods and from their jobs?

    23. To black voters for Hillary in Florida: Go ahead and vote for Hillary if you were happy under 8 years of Obama’s policies, and if you want your historically black neighborhoods to disappear under Hillary's open-door immigration policy on the Mexican border?

    24. What is going on in Hillary's diabolical mind?

    I think that President Hillary is going to THROW BLACKS UNDER THE BUS who live in Michigan, Virginia, and Florida in order to put her Central American immigration and her middle-eastern refugee program into action, while at the same time, she avoids compensating blacks in those states to help them deal with their new housing and financial problems.

    ( Do African-Americans really believe that Bill and Abedin care about what happens to African-Americans?) I don't think so. They care more about Central American immigrants and muslim refugees from the middle East.

    Remember blacks in Michigan, Virginia, and Florida: If you vote for Hillary, you are voting for what I call the 3-headed monster of Hillary, bill, and Abedin. So Good luck if you vote for Hillary.

  • NO Hillary Speeches Scheduled Thru October 30

    10/18/2016 9:31:54 AM PDT · 52 of 76
    john mirse to PJ-Comix
    If Hillary is elected, what about Hillary's acceptance speech?

    Will Hillary's health be good enough for Hillary to make it through the very long day of speeches and parades without a serious problem?

    What happens if she suddenly has a "pneumonia" attack?

    1. Washington in January can be very cold and windy.

    2. Hillary might get lucky. It could turn out to be a nice day.

    3. Hillary could also get lucky if the weather is terrible, because the ceremony will then be moved indoors, which means that Hillary's weak health could be better cared for by her staff.

    4. It will be a very long day and Hillary will have to stand for long periods of time, especially when she gives her own acceptance speech. Can her legs take the pain from standing for so long? Will her doctors be standing nearby?

    5. If Hillary suddenly has a severe medical problem during the ceremonies and has to go to the hospital, does it mean that VP Kaine will have to take over for a short time beginning on day one? God help us if Kaine is suddenly in charge.

  • Guarding Hillary's Health

    10/17/2016 8:58:19 PM PDT · 11 of 88
    john mirse to doug from upland

    If Hillary is elected, and we find out soon after she is inaugurated that she, on purpose, hid or lied about her poor health during the campaign in an attempt to make fools out of the voting public, she should be impeached.

    Kaine: I wonder how soon after Hillary accepts the Presidency will Kaine have to take over for Hillary because of her poor health.

  • Jon Voight's plea to save America

    10/17/2016 8:35:29 PM PDT · 11 of 17
    john mirse to SkyDancer
    If Hillary gets to be president we’re doomed. The USA as we know it will be no more; in fact it’s pretty close to that now. North Korea will be jealous.

    ******

    If Hillary is elected, we will have our first 3-headed Presidency. This 3-headed monster will be made-up of Hillary, Bill, and Abedin, because while the people legally voted for Hillary only, Hillary will run every decision through Bill and Abedin before she makes the final decision.

    In a sense, Abedin will be the first person of mid-eastern background with almost unlimited Presidential power.

    Do you Remember Bill's 8 years as President? I do. Looking back now and thinking at the same time about what we know today about Hillary's strong personality and her emotional power over Bill, it is easy for us to conclude that Bill's Presidency was really a 2-headed Presidency of Bill and Hillary.

    That is, it is not hard to imagine that during his 8 year Presidency, Bill often sought unelected Hillary's opinion before he made a government decision.

    1. Think about this: If you liked the 8 years of Obama, then go ahead and vote for Hillary, because you will get more of the same. For instance, I think that some officials in the Obama administration are campaigning to move into the Hillary administration.

    2. And if you were happy with the Bill-Hillary 8 years, then go ahead and vote for Hillary, because you will get more of the same.

    In fact, Bill may get his own private quarters in the White House, which will make it easier for Hillary to discuss government matters with Bill.

    I would not be surprised if some old faces from Bill's 8 year administration will show up in Hillary's administration.

    3. Bill living in the White House for a second time. Will Bill pass Security clearance?

    Will Bill bring his girlfriends to visit the White House?

    Abedin: Can she pass a Security Clearance? How about Hillary's other assistants? Can they all pass a Security Clearance?

    So remember, a vote for Hillary, is a vote for the 3-headed monster of Hillary, Bill, and Abedin. So Good luck the next four years if you decide to vote for the 3 headed monster.

  • Russian Television Warns of Nuclear War Amid US Tensions

    10/14/2016 9:25:52 PM PDT · 42 of 66
    john mirse to JPJones
    Russian Putin: Who does he want to win?

    It's Hillary, of course! not Trump! Contrary to what pro-Hillary supporters want us to believe. I say this for the following reasons:

    1. Putin has known all about the Clintons for over 20 years. So he knows that Hillary brings so much bad baggage to the Presidency that she will be a weak and vulnerable President.

    2. 2008: He probably thought Hillary, not Obama, was going to win in 2008, so he started preparing a detailed background check on the Clintons way back then. What are her weaknesses, her strong points? How much influence does Bill have over Hillary's decision-making skills? How much influence does Abedin have over Hillary?

    3. For instance, today, he probably knows Hillary's many weaknesses that she has revealed over the past 20 years. At the very least, he knows that Hillary does not make a major decision before talking to Bill and her top assistant Abedin.

    For instance, imagine this: It is 3 a.m. in D.C. and President Hillary suddenly faces an international crisis. Putin knows who Hillary will first run to for advice. It is not her cabinet or her generals. It is Bill and her top assistant Abedin.

    NOTE: If Bill is not at the White House but is out visiting a female friend when the crisis occurs, then what will Hillary do? Will she send someone out to find him? Will she call him on the phone? Will Bill be living at the White House, or will helive at his home during Hillary's Presidency? Just wondering.

    Putin knows that the American people did not officially vote for Bill for President but during Hillary's 4 years, Bill will act as if the public did indeed vote for him. (People get over it. If Hillary is elected, we will have a 3 headed monster running the country: Comprised of Hillary, Bill, and Abedin.

    Abedin. Putin probably has a detailed file on Abedin, like details about her scandel with her ex-husband Weiner. And her ties with , what is it, Muslim Brotherhood.

    4. Bait and switch: Is Putin pulling a bait and switch or sleight-of-hand trick to get American voters to believe that he wants Trump. when, in reality, he wants Hillary to win?

    Putin really knows little about how Trump will respond to a major international incident. but he has seen how poorly Hillary has responded to incidents as Secretary of State. To trick the American voter, he spreads the story that Trump is a great guy so that the American voter will believe that he wants Trump to win.

    5. Putin is probably saying to himself: If Hillary is half as bad and weak as President as she was as Secretary of State, then I think that I can control and manipulate Hillary over the next 4 years like I want to.

    6. Putin says look at the Ukraine. I walked in and took the area, and weak leaders Obama and Hillary did nothing. They complained a lot publicly. but did nothing. And I'm still there. And I'm not leaving any time soon. And Hillary will do nothing when she is President. I will still be there during Hillary's 4 years.

    7. Putin is thinking: Look at present day Syria. Obama and Kerry botched the cease fire. And if President Hillary continues Obama's and Kerry's erratic policies, I think that I can control and manipulate Hillary when it comes to Syria.

    And if Kerry continues to be Secretary of State under Hillary, I again believe that I can control Kerry and President Hillary like I control Kerry now.

    8. Wikileaks controversy: If Russia is responsible or not, the point is that Russia sees that Obama and Hillary don't know what to do to solve the Wikileaks problem.

    If Russia is responsible for the Wikileaks/ Podesta files leaks, what makes anyone believe that Russia will stop hacking files when Hillary is elected. Russia will continue the hacking, because Putin knows that Hillary has no idea what to do to solve the problem.

    9. Pro-Hillary websites make me laugh: They try to tell the public that Putin hates Hillary, so that there is no way that Putin wants to face Hillary as President. But it is one thing to hate your opponent, however, it is another thing to look at your opponent and think that I can control him, and I know what buttons to push to manipulate him. Putin knows what Hillary buttons to push. No doubt about it.

    The pro-Hillary supporters tell us that Hillary was the most outspoken anti-Putin person at Obama staff meetings. In the meantime, Russia remained in the Ukraine, and Obama did nothing.

    Will President Hillary be tough on Putin? I have my doubts. For instance, I hear that Russia wants to build an airfield in Cuba. I bet that Putin believes that President Hillary will do nothing to stop him.

    10. In closing, I believe that Putin wants Hillary to win, contrary to what pro-Hillary supporters want us to believe, because he knows how to control and manipulate her and Bill.

    I wouldn't be surprised if Putin is thinking about the following right now: He learned so much about Hillary's poor decision-making skills during her time as Secretary of State, he now feels that he can control and manipulate President Hillary any way he wishes.

    For instance, he knows that before Hillary makes any major policy decision, she will first run it through chief advisor former President Bill and advisor Abedin to see what they think about what she should do.

    My point is this: Will President Hillary be able to make key decisions on her own, or will she have to first talk to Bill and Abedin.?

    I call it the 3 headed monster Presidency. Hillary, Bill, and Abedin.

  • Rasmussen: Clinton 42%, Trump 41% (Post Debate...is this trouble?)

    09/29/2016 8:36:34 AM PDT · 57 of 60
    john mirse to Boatperson83
    debate, my thoughts:

    1. Hillary talking about her server: It was a mistake. I take full responsibility.

    2. My response: If you are elected President, how can I be sure that you won't make more such “mistakes”.

    3. As president, you will have power over more people and agencies than you had as Secretary of State. So how I can be sure you won't make other mistakes and hide them from the public like you hid your "mistake" with your server.

    how many more times will I hear you say "It was a mistake. I take full respsonsibility." When you are confronted by difficult decisions as President.

    4. So again, how can I be sure that you won't make other, more serious “mistakes” as President, if you had problems obeying, and enforcing the rules of just one agency and controlling its workers, the State Department?

    5. Hillary attacked Trump by attacking the loan that Trump's dad gave him, she said about $14 million. How did she come up with that amount?

    6. What was she trying to say?

    7. That Trump would have been a failure without the loan?

    That without the loan , Trump would be selling home siding today?

    8. If I were Trump, I would say: Yes, but look what I did with the money over these many years. I think dad would have been proud of me,
    if he were alive today. For instance, I have created so many jobs over the years and all over the world. I thank dad for his help, and I don't think I am the first person who has been helped by their parents over the years. You make dad's loan seem dirty and evil, why go after my father, what did he ever do to you? I didn't attack your parents?

    9. Hillary likes to brag about her father a small-business owner.

    10. Trump should ask: Would your father be able to start his small business today with all the regulations a small business owner must comply with before he even opens?

    11. And what about competition from foreign companies, and immigrants who could probably do the work cheaper and better than your father?

    12, Hillary talks about Trump's wealth, but what about Hillary and Bill's wealth?

    13. Hillary: You recently said that you and Bill were dead broke when you left the White House in Jan. 20. 2001.

    14. My goodness, a lot has sure changed in the past 15 years, 2001 to 2016?

    15. It seems that you and Bill are now worth at least $100,000,000?

    16. How did you and Bill make so much money so quickly? Is that all from making speeches all over the world?

    17. Did you manufacture anything or build anything like Trump has done over those 15 years? Did you invent and sell a unique product besides yourselves?

    18. Did you and Bill play the stock market? I have trouble believing that you and Bill made all your money making speeches and selling books. Are all your assets in both your name and Bill's names, or are there any assets hidden under you husband's name, or even Chelsea's name.

    19. Enquiring Minds want to know how a dead broke couple, you and Bill , could be dead broke in 2001
    and be worth $100,000, 000 just 15 years later Today? You could write your own version of Trump's “The Art of the Deal” and tell people how they too can be become rich almost overnight like you and Bill.

    20. Bill's presidency: Are you going to copy what Bill and Obama did? That is, are we going to see another term of Bill Clinton, if you are elected President? Another term of Obama?

  • Donald Trump Says Protesters Are Violating His First Amendment Rights

    03/20/2016 3:15:15 PM PDT · 73 of 185
    john mirse to john mirse
    NOTE: June 16, 2016. To help the reader of this message to better understand my message, he should keep this date in mind. This was the first day of Trump's campaign and also the day that he uttered his now famous phrase "they're rapists."

    ******

    CORRECTION: My mistake. I meant June 16, 2015, not 2016.

  • Donald Trump Says Protesters Are Violating His First Amendment Rights

    03/20/2016 3:01:15 PM PDT · 62 of 185
    john mirse to drewh
    Anti-Trump protesters: I would like to ask an anti-Trump protester questions about the moment in Trump's 69 years when he believes Trump turned into a horrible racist.

    ( I like Trump, but I don't agree with everything he says. )

    NOTE: June 16, 2016. To help the reader of this message to better understand my message, he should keep this date in mind. This was the first day of Trump's campaign and also the day that he uttered his now famous phrase "they're rapists."

    Back to my question: So when do you---the anti-Trump person---believe that 69 year old Trump first became a racist?

    Do you think that it occurred a long time ago, or did it occur more recently, say, about 9 months ago on June 16, 2016, the first day of Trump's campaign, when he startled the world by suddenly announcing on national tv that Mexicans "they're rapists"?

    Myself: I find it difficult to believe that 69 year old Trump who has no history of being a racist before June 16, 2016 woke up on June16, 2016--- the first day of his campaign---and suddenly turned into this crazy 69 year old racist who, according to anti-Trump people, hates all Mexicans. It makes no sense to me.

    So, I would like to ask an anti-Trump protester: When do you think that Trump first started to believe that ALL Mexicans were criminals, drug dealers, and rapists?

    1. That is, how long do you believe that 69 year old Trump has been a racist? Just for a few months or for most of his 69 years?

    2. Maybe you believe that Trump became a terrible racist way back during his teenage years at a military school?

    3. Do you have any evidence---like written material or eyewitness testimony---that 69 year old Trump was a racist way back even in military high school?

    4.. Or, maybe you believe that Trump quietly developed his racist views during his first two college undergraduate years when he studied at Fordham Catholic University in New York before transferring to the famous Wharton finance school in Philadelphia for his last two years of undergraduate studies? Yes, it must have been those horrible Catholic priests who first taught Trump to be a racist. Yeah, right.

    5. Or, maybe you believe that Trump developed his racist views----especially against Mexicans----his junior and senior years at the famous Wharton School in Philadelphia? Do you have any evidence that young Trump held racist views---especially against Mexicans----while at Wharton? Like the testimony of former classmates, or some papers he wrote for some classes.

    6. Or, maybe you believe that 69 year old Trump developed his racist views about Mexicans while working the past 30 years in the construction industry, when he worked so much with Mexicans and other minorities and came to hate them.

    7. So, again, I would like to ask an anti-Trump protester the following question: When do you believe 69 year old Trump first started expressing his racist views----especially his racist views about Mexican immigrants?

    8. Finally, I challenge anti-Trump protesters with this statement: If you cannot find any evidence whatsoever that Trump has a history of hating Mexicans during his 69 years BEFORE June 16, 2016---the first day of Trump's campaign---then it would be absurd for you to conclude that 69 year old Trump suddenly turned into a crazy 69 year old racist OVERNIGHT on June 16, 2016.

  • Black Dems aren't turning out for Hillary like they did for Obama (they're down 35-40 percent)

    03/18/2016 5:46:27 AM PDT · 27 of 38
    john mirse to Vaquero
    Black Dems aren't turning out for Hillary like they did for Obama (they're down 35-40 percent),

    This could change the whole complexion of the race!

    ******

    Why do 70 % of black Americans hate Trump so much and call him a racist? Is it because they are upset with Trump over his recent David Duke controversy? Probably.

    NOTE: I like Trump, but I am not comfortable with a lot of things he has said and done in his past.

    To the 70% of black Americans who hate Trump, I ask you to think about the following about Trump:

    1. 30 years of hard work: Trump has spent the past 30 years working hard to build a vast business empire.

    2. Obviously, during those 30 years, Trump has employed many blacks and other minorities to help him build that empire, and, as far as I know, Trump has rewarded those blacks and other minorities with good wages for helping him build his empire.

    3. My point is this: Before you decide to vote against Trump, you owe it to yourself and your families to take a few minutes to do some research to find out how Trump has treated blacks and other minorities over the past 30 years.

    4. For instance, maybe you know someone who has worked for Trump during the past 30 years. You could ask him how Trump treated blacks over those years. Was Trump fair and respectful to blacks and other minorities? You could ask him if he would work for Trump again.

    5. However, if during your research, you should find out that Trump was a terrible boss and that he has a long history of treating blacks horribly over the past 30 years, then you surely have every right to be angry with Trump, and you should go ahead and vote against Trump.

    6. But what happens if, on the other hand, you find out that Trump has treated blacks and other minorities all over the country fairly and with respect over those 30 years and that he has rewarded the hard work of blacks and other minorities by paying them decent wages?

    7. Then I say this: Before you decide to vote against Trump, you should give him the chance to explain why his Presidency would be very good for blacks and other minorities.

    (Maybe past and present black Trump workers---in order to show people what a fair boss Trump is---should start the following organization and speak publicly about what a good boss Trump is:

    "Past and present Trump black employees for Trump".)

  • Hillary Clinton: US has done a ‘really good job’ securing Arizona-Mexico border

    03/18/2016 12:55:07 AM PDT · 47 of 52
    john mirse to gaijin

    If we are to believe Sanders, Hillary, and pro-amnesty people, there are no criminals, drug dealers, or convicted rapists on that over-crowded train from Central America.

  • Hillary Clinton: US has done a ‘really good job’ securing Arizona-Mexico border

    03/18/2016 12:52:52 AM PDT · 46 of 52
    john mirse to gaijin
    If we are to believe Sanders, Hillary, and pro-amnesty people, there are no criminals, drug dealers, or convicted rapists on that overcrowded train from Central America.
  • Trump Information 'Leaked' by Anonymous Has Been Online for a While

    03/17/2016 11:41:17 PM PDT · 4 of 26
    john mirse to Trumpinator
    Forget Trump's Social Security number. I don't care about it.

    Obama: It's Obama's Social Security number I am really anxious to see.

    Is it really a Connecticut number?

    To Hacker: Can you find Obama's Social Security number? Thanks.

  • Christine O'Donnell slams Trump: 'I can't sit back anymore' (Video)

    03/17/2016 11:12:46 PM PDT · 60 of 87
    john mirse to Citizen Zed
    Why do 70 % of black Americans hate Trump so much and call him a racist? Is it because they are upset with Trump over his recent David Duke controversy? Probably.

    NOTE: I like Trump, but I am not comfortable with a lot of things he has said and done in his past.

    To the 70% of black Americans who hate Trump, I ask you to think about the following about Trump:

    1. 30 years of hard work: Trump has spent the past 30 years working hard to build a vast business empire.

    2. Obviously, during those 30 years, Trump has employed many blacks and other minorities to help him build that empire, and, as far as I know, Trump has rewarded those blacks and other minorities with good wages for helping him build his empire.

    3. My point is this: Before you decide to vote against Trump, you owe it to yourself and your families to take a few minutes to do some research to find out how Trump has treated blacks and other minorities over the past 30 years.

    4. For instance, maybe you know someone who has worked for Trump during the past 30 years. You could ask him how Trump treated blacks over those years. Was Trump fair and respectful to blacks and other minorities? You could ask him if he would work for Trump again.

    5. However, if during your research, you should find out that Trump was a terrible boss and that he has a long history of treating blacks horribly over the past 30 years, then you surely have every right to be angry with Trump, and you should go ahead and vote against Trump.

    6. But what happens if, on the other hand, you find out that Trump has treated blacks and other minorities all over the country fairly and with respect over those 30 years and that he has rewarded the hard work of blacks and other minorities by paying them decent wages?

    7. Then I say this: Before you decide to vote against Trump, you should give him the chance to explain why his Presidency would be very good for blacks and other minorities.

    (Maybe past and present black Trump workers---in order to show people what a fair boss Trump is---should start the following organization and speak publicly about what a good boss Trump is:

    "Past and present Trump black employees for Trump".

  • Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders attack 'pathological liar' Trump over violence

    03/15/2016 12:12:40 AM PDT · 41 of 41
    john mirse to detective
    So, Sanders calls Trump a "pathological liar"?

    It got me to thinking: Has Sanders ever spread any lies about Trump since Trump entered the presidential race way back in June 2015, about 9 months ago?

    Yes, he has.

    He has lied over and over that Trump said that ALL Mexicans were criminals, drug dealers and rapists. He has also implied that Trump was talking about all Hispanics, not just Mexicans from Mexico.

    (To Mexican-American voters I say this: Before you decide to vote for or against Trump, take another close look at Trump's working relationship with the hundreds of Mexican-Americans who have worked for him over his 30+ years in the business world. Then ask yourself: Has he been a fair boss or a terrible boss? Maybe you know someone who has worked for Trump during those 30+ years. Surely, he would know if Trump treated Mexican-Americans fairly or terribly.)

    (Note: I like Trump, but I still have problems with some things in his background like the Trump University issue and his four bankruptcies.)

    Still, it disgusts me so much to watch Sanders and Hillary lie about Trump's Mexican comments in order to gain Mexican-American votes for the Democrat Party, I feel that I must speak up and say something.

    (Do you remember this? Trump made his Mexican comments way back on the first day of his campaign in June 2015 when he had no experience handling his enemies. However, nine months later, he seems to have become a quick learner, because he seems much better in fighting off his enemies than he did when he started his campaign nine months ago.)

    1. Sanders and Hillary are liars for the following reason: They continue to spread the untruth that Trump says that ALL Mexicans throughout the world are criminals, drug dealers, and rapists.

    2. In repeating the lie over and over, Sanders and Hillary violate the ten commandments:: "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor."

    3. Apology? At the very least, Sanders and Hillary owe Trump an apology for spreading the untruth that Trump hates Mexicans everywhere and that Trump condemns all Mexicans as rapists.

    4. Inciting Spanish-speaking people to riot? Sanders' and Hillary's Trump lies are also very dangerous, because such lies could easily incite Spanish-speaking people to start riots against Trump and threaten Trump with bodily harm, all because they believe the lies about Trump spread by Sanders and Hillary.

    5. I was convinced that Sanders was a liar after I thought about the following:

    6. Trump's 30 years of running businesses all over the country. Some were successful, and some were not.

    7. As far as i know, during those 30 years, Trump NEVER insulted, abused, or mistreated any of his Mexican-American workers.

    8. I wonder about this:

    Why would Trump risk destroying 30 years of business empire-building by suddenly accusing ALL Mexicans of being criminals, drug, dealers, and rapists? It makes no sense.

    9. The simple answer is this: Trump said no such thing, contrary to what Sanders, Clinton, and anti-Trump people want us to believe.

    10. NOTE: To talk show hosts I say this: Do your moral duty. Ask Sanders and Clinton the following question: "Do you really think that Trump believes that ALL Mexicans throughout the world are criminals, drug dealers, and rapists?"

    You need to ask them this question in order to get their opinion on the public record.

    11. I was completely sure that Sanders and Hillary were liars after I looked at the following info:

    Mexico's population: 120,000,000 million

    United States Mexican-American population: 35,000,000 million

    12. Insulting my intelligence? Sanders and Hillary insult my intelligence by trying to convince me that Trump really believes that ALL 120 million Mexicans in Mexico and ALL 35 million Mexican-Anericans---even those Mexican-Americans whose family history goes back many generations----are criminals, drug dealers, and rapists.

    13. Don't Sanders and Hillary realize how absurd, laughable, and ridiculous they appear when they insist that there are no criminals, no drug dealers, and no rapists in Mexico, especially after we see above that there are 120 million people in Mexico?

    14. Surely, after seeing the facts above about Mexico's population, reason dictates that we conclude the following: Among the 120 million people in the vast Mexican countryside there has to be at least one criminal, one drug dealer, and one rapist somewhere, contrary to what Sanders, Hillary, anti-Trump people , and pro-amnesty supporters want us to believe.

    15. Illegals are pure as the driven snow? Sanders, Hillary, and anti-Trump people also insult my intelligence by trying to convince me that the 120 million people in Mexico---and the hundreds of Mexicans waiting to sneak across the border as I type this message---are pure as the driven snow.

    16. That is, Sanders and Hillary are trying to tell us that ALL 120 million Mexicans are so pure as the driven snow and so goody-goody that there no criminals, no drug dealers, and no rapists in Mexico. Yeah, right.

    17. Oceanfront property to sell : If Sanders and Hillary believe that in a Mexican population of 120 million people, there are no criminals, no drug dealers, and no rapists, then I would like them to look at some great oceanfront property in Kansas.

    18. I just had a very strange idea: Is it possible that Sanders and Hillary could be wrong when they claim that 120 million Mexicans are pure as the driven snow?

    19. That is, is it at all possible that some/many of the illegals from Mexico and Central America are not as pure as the driven snow as Sanders and Hillary claim?

    20. My goodness, is it thinkable that some of those illegals from Mexico and Central America---contrary to what Sanders, Hillary, and pro-amnesty people claim---actually have criminal records back in their home country? What an amazing discovery.

    21. Sarcasm: Surely we must wake up Sanders and Hillary immediately to tell them the sad news before they go to their graves believing that all illegal immigrants from Mexico and Central America are pure as the driven snow, when in reality, some of the 120 million Mexicans are actually criminals, drug dealers , and rapists in their home country.

    22. Men from Central America with all those tattoos: I wonder if Sanders and Hillary believe that all those tattooed men we see on those overflowing trains from Central America are pure as the driven snow?

    23. I wonder what Sanders and Hillary think about all those men with tattoos all over their bodies sitting on those overflowing trains from Central America? Do they ever think that some of those men were gang members back home and had criminal records?

    24. I doubt if they even think about those overflowing trains from Central America, because Sanders and Hillary continually tell us that everyone on those trains are pure as the driven snow and so have no criminal records back home.

    25. Sadly, I think that Sanders and Hillary will continue to live in their little fantasy world, where ALL Mexicans and people from Central America are pure as the driven snow, and where criminals, drug dealers, and rapists simply don't exist in Mexico and in Central America.

    26. Finally, as I said in the beginning, Sanders and Hillary continue to disgust me as I watch them lie over and over about Trump's Mexican comments in order to win votes for the Democrat party in the Spanish-speaking world.

  • 'Mitt Romney is a stiff': Donald Trump launches flurry of attacks before Romney's big speech

    03/03/2016 6:52:12 AM PST · 25 of 29
    john mirse to maggief
    Trump vs Romney:

    1. If I were Trump, I would simply say nothing and avoid Romney completely, and then I would watch Romney disappear quietly into the good night. I wouldn't bother with him.

    2. If I felt that I needed to respond publicly to Romney's criticism, I would say something like this:

    "Sorry, but Romney has nothing to say that I would be interested in.

    "I just don't have the time or energy to waste responding every few minutes and every day to Romney's criticism of me.

    "I'm sorry Romney, but I'm so busy running for President of the United States that I just don't have the time or energy to waste responding to your criticisms of me.

    " God bless."

  • Romney calling Trump 'phony,' urging Republicans to shun him

    03/03/2016 6:41:59 AM PST · 67 of 114
    john mirse to Enlightened1
    Trump vs Romney:

    1. If I were Trump, I would simply say nothing and avoid Romney completely, and then I would watch Romney disappear quietly into the good night. I wouldn't bother with him.

    2. If I felt that I needed to respond publicly to Romney's criticism, I would say something like this:

    "Sorry, but Romney has nothing to say that I would be interested in.

    "I just don't have the time or energy to waste responding every few minutes and every day to Romney's criticism of me.

    "I'm sorry Romney, but I'm so busy running for President of the United States that I just don't have the time or energy to waste responding to your criticisms of me.

    " God bless."

  • O’Reilly Dismisses Trump KKK Controversy as ‘Complete Non-Story’

    02/29/2016 10:34:39 PM PST · 46 of 68
    john mirse to dlt
    Is Trump a racist? To me, the more important question is this: Is Trump a racist employer?

    (Note: I like Trump, but I don't agree with everything he says. For instance, I don't agree with Trump if he has anything good to say about Planned Parenthood.)

    Back to my question: Has Trump been a racist employer over the 30+ years he has run his many businesses?

    1. Has Trump employed many minorities, especially blacks, over the past 30 years? Or, has he employed very few?

    2. Has Trump intentionally ordered his people to hire few minorities over the past 30 years?

    3. Has Trump treated his non-white employees with fairness over the years, the same as he treated his white employees?

    4. Has Trump paid his non-white employees a decent and fair wage/salary over the past 30 years, the same as he paid his white employees?

    5. Has Trump given his non-white employees a fair opportunity to move into supervisory positions, the same opportunities he gave his white employees?

    6. Do Trump projects have a safe and welcome environment for non-white employees?

    7. Do past and present non-white employees---for the most part---have good things to say about the working conditions at Trump projects?

    8. My suggestion to Trump advisors: Bring present and past non-white employees together to tell their stories on how well Trump treated most of his non-white employees, especially his black employees.

    9. An idea: Trump could gather past and present workers---minorities and non-minorities---in small groups throughout the country and allow reporters free access to the workers. The reporters could ask if working conditions were good or bad. For instance, The reporters could ask the workers if they would work for Trump again.

    10. Trump and David Duke-KKK controversy. My point is this: If Trump can show that he has treated his non-white employees fairly during the past 30+ years, such proof could go a long way to quiet his present David Duke-KKK controversy.

    11. NOTE: If anybody reading this message has ever worked for Trump over the past 30+ years---especially if you are black or any other minority--- why don't you tell us about your experience, good or bad? Thanks.

  • Why no one should be surprised that Donald Trump didn’t disavow the KKK (Race card is no surprise)

    02/29/2016 4:01:58 PM PST · 31 of 44
    john mirse to Kid Shelleen
    Is Trump a racist? To me, the more important question is this: Is Trump a racist employer?

    (Note: I like Trump, but I don't agree with everything he says. For instance, I don't agree with Trump if he has anything good to say about Planned Parenthood.)

    Back to my question: Has Trump been a racist employer over the 30+ years he has run his many businesses?

    1. Has Trump employed many minorities, especially blacks, over the past 30 years? Or, has he employed very few?

    2. Has Trump intentionally ordered his people to hire few minorities over the past 30 years?

    3. Has Trump treated his non-white employees with fairness over the years, the same as he treated his white employees?

    4. Has Trump paid his non-white employees a decent and fair wage/salary over the past 30 years, the same as he paid his white employees?

    5. Has Trump given his non-white employees a fair opportunity to move into supervisory positions, the same opportunities he gave his white employees?

    6. Do Trump projects have a safe and welcome environment for non-white employees?

    7. Do past and present non-white employees---for the most part---have good things to say about the working conditions at Trump projects?

    8. My suggestion to Trump advisors: Bring present and past non-white employees together from all over the country to tell their stories on how well Trump treated most of his non-white employees, especially his black employees.

    9.Trump and David Duke-KKK controversy. My point is this: If Trump can show that he has treated his non-white employees fairly during the past 30+ years, such proof could go a long way to quiet his present David Duke-KKK controversy.

  • Rubio releases partial tax returns

    02/27/2016 6:25:43 PM PST · 46 of 64
    john mirse to plain talk
    well it’s a start. Now Trump and Cruz need to get theirs in.

    ******

    In addition, Hillary and Bernie need to get theirs in as soon as possible also.

    I'm sorry to say this: But hell will freeze over before we see Hillary's tax forms before the Nov. elections.

    Still, if the media is going to continue to put pressure on Republican candidates to release their tax forms as soon as possible, then it should play fair by also putting pressure on Hillary and Bernie to immediately release their forms.

  • Trump Needs To Release His Tax Return

    02/27/2016 6:03:11 PM PST · 79 of 275
    john mirse to ObamahatesPACoal

    Hillary’s most recent tax forms: We should pressure Hillary and Bernie to release their tax forms also.

    I bet Hillary’s tax forms would be interesting reading.

    Excuses: I wonder what excuses Hillary will come up with so that she won’t have to release her most recent tax papers?

    Just wondering: Will the income from her speeches to Wall Street companies be listed?

  • Cruz has yet to release promised tax returns

    02/27/2016 5:50:56 PM PST · 60 of 60
    john mirse to M. Thatcher
    I can’t BELIEVE I ever sent this guy money.

    ******

    Hillary? We should pressure Hillary and Bernie to release their tax forms also.

    I bet Hillary's tax forms would be interesting reading.

    Excuses: I wonder what excuses Hillary would come up with so that she won't have to release her last year's tax papers?

    Would her income from her speeches to Wall Street companies be listed?

  • Clinton: I don’t believe I ever lied to the public

    02/20/2016 6:17:47 PM PST · 37 of 39
    john mirse to TBP
    At least, not in the last 30 seconds.

    *****

    Watergate committee: Wasn't young and new lawyer Hillary fired from her job on the Watergate committee?

    Why was she fired? Did she lie to the committee for something?

    20/20 interview: Remember that 20/20 interview with presidential candidate Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary?

    I think Hillary was on the show to defend Bill against media charges that he had affairs with several women.

    I think that Hillary defended her husband by denying that the affairs ever happened.

    As I watched the show, I kept telling myself this: "She knows he had affairs. She knows. I believe she is lying."

    I think that time has proven that Hillary knew about the affairs when she was on that 20/20 show and that she lied on that show about what she knew about Bill's affairs.

  • Trump: Would Obama have gone to Scalia funeral if it was at a mosque?

    02/20/2016 5:33:24 PM PST · 36 of 37
    john mirse to Clintonfatigued
    Trump scores another one. I hope this gets plenty of ink in South Carolina.

    *****

    Just wondering. What about Rev. Wright? He of "come home to roost" fame?

    Suppose Wright had been the one who suddenly died instead of Scalia?

    Do you think Obama would have rushed to be present at the good Reverend's funeral in Wright's hometown of Chicago? Or, would he send someone to represent him, like VP Biden?

    I bet that Obama and Michelle would be the first ones in line.

  • This Canadian Island is offering refuge if Trump wins

    02/18/2016 11:36:23 PM PST · 29 of 77
    john mirse to Springman
    To bad I didn’t know about this place when Barry was elected.

    *******

    Sadly, people probably knew more about Canadian Cape Breton in 2008 than they knew about Barry Obama when he was first elected president in 2008.

  • This Canadian Island is offering refuge if Trump wins

    02/18/2016 11:18:57 PM PST · 22 of 77
    john mirse to Olog-hai
    Cape Breton has yet to experience the full force of the coming ravages of the Justin Trudeau tenure.

    ******

    Cape Breton officials should be careful not to upset and criticize Trump too much, because billionaire Trump might release his wrath on the place by deciding to buy it in the near future. Just having some fun.

    Seriously, I bet that the people of Breton would be more than happy if Trump decided to build a tourist attraction like a lavish hotel, resort, and shopping complex in relatively unknown Canadian Breton.

  • Coulter: Trump is right — end Muslim immigration to US

    12/09/2015 9:19:32 PM PST · 27 of 40
    john mirse to conservative98
    Trump and Daily News sick headline, Dec. 9,2015.

    “When Trump came for the Mexicans, I did not speak out, I was not a Mexican. When he came for the Muslims, I did not speak out, as I was not a Muslim...

    Two can play this game of presenting a variation of the famous anti-Nazi speech and poem, 1930s.

    Here is my 2015 version:

    1. “Iraq: When the radical Muslims came for the Jews and Christians, I did and said nothing, because I was not Iraqi, and because I lived far, far away in the comfort of my home in the good old, all-powerful United States.

    2. “Syria: When the radical Muslims came for the Jews and Christians in Syria, I said and did nothing, again, because I was not Syrian, and because I lived far, far away in the comfort of my home in the good old United States.

    3. “Turkey: When the radical Muslims came for the Jews and Christians in Turkey, I said and did nothing, because I was not Turkish, and because I lived far, far away in the comfort of my home in the good old United States.

    4. “France: When the radical Muslims came for the Jews and Christians in France, I said and did nothing, because I was not French, and because I lived far, far away in the comfort of my home in the good old, all-powerful United States.

    5. “Great Britain: When the radical Muslims came for the
    Jews and Christians in Great Britain, I said and did nothing, because I was not English, and because I lived far, far away in the comfort of my home in the good old, all-powerful United States.

    6. “Germany: When the radical Muslims came for the Jews and Christians in Germany, I said and did nothing, because I was not German, and because I lived far, far away in the comfort of my home in the good old, all-powerful United States, and if I was not going to help Jews and Christians in France and Great Britain, why should I change my mind and
    help the people in Germany.

    7. “United States:Then the radical Muslims came for the Jews and Christians like me in the United States-—no one said or did anything, because there was no one left to speak for me or to help me.”

    NOTE: The famous speech “First they came...”in the Nazi-era. 1930s.

    Pastor Martin Niemoller (1892-1984)

    Wikipedia: “about the cowardice of German intellectuals
    following the Nazi's rise to power and the subsequent purging of their chosen targets, group after group...”

  • HILLARY CLINTON REQUESTED BOOK WITH TIPS ON ‘HOW TO DELETE SOMETHING SO IT STAYS DELETED’

    08/13/2015 11:54:02 AM PDT · 35 of 45
    john mirse to Cats Pajamas
    Man you are on top of it. FBI needs to check her library books checked out.

    ******

    "Art of the Deal": I think that Hillary checked out this book written by some guy named Trump. I never heard of him.

  • Hillary Clinton email probe turns to Huma

    08/13/2015 11:30:31 AM PDT · 22 of 90
    john mirse to Candor7
    Hilolita! Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood are on yur server and eating yur cookies!!

    Thank you Huma!

    ******

    Weiner: Isn't she married to former Congressman Wiener from New York.

    I hope that Wiener has not given her some bad advice on how to handle this server problem.

  • Jesse Ventura open to playing second banana on Trump ticket

    08/12/2015 4:46:25 PM PDT · 33 of 73
    john mirse to WilliamIII
    “These insiders to our government, you’re right Roger, Trump has scared the hell out of them, because as you said, they can’t control him,” Ventura said.

    *******

    Black Lives Matter thugs: Maybe Trump could use ex-Seal Ventura as a bodyguard in case the thugs from Black Lives Matter rush the stage and try to take the microphone away from Trump like they recently did against Sanders.

  • Pat Buchanan on Donald Trump: He's Headed to the Finish Line

    08/12/2015 3:59:42 PM PDT · 16 of 52
    john mirse to Jim 0216
    Hope he’s right.

    Hope Trump gets more into less government, more free market economy.

    *****

    Like many people here, I have followed Trump off and on for at least 20 or more years.

    I like Trump. I think he is a great businessman and seems to have great leadership skills. But I must admit that I feel uncomfortable with some things he says.

    Still, I think that if I needed a smart person to handle a small or a big project---construction or non-construction---I would like to find someone smart like Trump to handle it, because I would be pretty sure that it would get done the right way.

    But this is what fascinates me most about Trump up to know during this campaign season: He seems to have so much energy.

    For instance, he appears on a tv show in the morning, and then turns around and appears on another show at night the same day. Then the next day, he flies to another city to give a speech. Amazing.

    Even more amazing, he seems ready to answer all the questions he is asked, and he seems to enjoy answering them.

    On top of going on all those tv shows, he still must find time to keep an eye on all his businesses.

    Trump also seems easily approachable. he seems like a person who is easy to talk to. That is, if I approached Trump and was polite to him, I have the feeling that he would stop for a few minutes and talk to me, a perfect stranger.

    NOTE: I understand that he was a pretty good athlete in high school. Maybe all those workouts in high school helped prepare him physically and mentally for this tough campaign season.

  • Disruption of Bernie Sanders’ speech brings racism front and center

    08/12/2015 9:44:43 AM PDT · 49 of 76
    john mirse to LydiaLong
    Really, if Bernie Sanders can’t even handle a couple of loud mouth brats, how could he cope with a serious crisis as President? He showed himself utterly weak and helpless. Imagine Donald Trump allowing these two brats to upstage him.

    ******

    If Sanders---who seems like a good man---is frightened and backs away every time black brats/thugs---American citizens who should know better---confront him until they get their way, then how in the world is elderly "President" Sanders going to find the energy and courage to stand up to real, vicious thugs from Russia and Iran when they attack him day after day. Sad. Sad.

  • Study Shows That Universe Is Dying [We Are All Doomed]

    08/12/2015 8:59:12 AM PDT · 64 of 70
    john mirse to Purdue77
    Should Purdue beat ND this year in football then expect great fireworks from the heavens. And the Universe shall be born anew.

    ******

    I live a long ways from Indiana. I have never been to Indiana or to Purdue. I wish I could visit South Bend, home of Notre Dame and Ruddy! Ruddy! some day.

    Just wondering. Does the great engineering university Purdue still have a football team? I thought that they stopped playing football years ago. Sorry. Couldn't resist.

  • Study Shows That Universe Is Dying [We Are All Doomed]

    08/11/2015 9:58:07 PM PDT · 56 of 70
    john mirse to Purdue77
    f the Eagles, Jets, or Bucs win the SB then expect the end of the universe sooner than later.

    *******

    Notre Dame: What happens if my all-time favorite team---Notre Dame---wins the National College Football playoffs? Do you think that the end of the universe will come to an end then?

  • Study Shows That Universe Is Dying [We Are All Doomed]

    08/11/2015 3:27:03 PM PDT · 44 of 70
    john mirse to Purdue77
    How much longer do I have?

    Do you think that God will wait until after football season?

  • ‘Top Secret’ emails found as Clinton probe expands to key aides

    08/11/2015 3:11:55 PM PDT · 32 of 127
    john mirse to CivilWarBrewing
    Top Secret/(Codeword): It refers to a secret list of expensive DRESSES hidden way back in Hillary's home closet that she is too embarrassed to wear in public, because she knows that she does not look good in a dress when she goes out in public.

    Pantsuits: If Hillary wins the election, I hope that she wears a dress to her inauguration and does not embarrass us by wearing one of her ugly pantsuits that we see her wearing all the time.

  • Obama Signed Off on Iran’s Right to Nuclear Program in Secret 2011 Talks

    08/11/2015 10:04:28 AM PDT · 12 of 12
    john mirse to sheikdetailfeather
    Misleading the Nation: Obama Signed Off on Iran’s Right to Nuclear Program in Secret 2011 Talks

    *******

    Trump? My response is how I think Trump would respond:

    "Obama and his staff---sad to say---have no negotiating skills whatsoever. Obviously, Obama is in way over his head when it comes to this Iranian deal.

    "The Iranians saw a sucker right away in Obama, and they ate him alive. Sad. Sad. Poor Obama."

  • Jeb Bush Defends Megyn Kelly As ‘Most Professional, Talented Journalist’

    08/10/2015 4:00:01 PM PDT · 58 of 76
    john mirse to Dr. Thorne
    “Megyn Kelly is probably the most professional, talented journalist on cable television — on television, in America today”

    ******

    I like Kelly. I often watch her show, but I don't agree with everything she says.

    I think that Kelly---I understand that she was a good lawyer in her previous life---wants to be as good a journalist as she was a good lawyer.

    My point is this: I think that Kelly believes that she is a big girl now who can take care of herself and can fight her own battles, thank you.

    So I think she is embarrassed by all these politicians and tv commentators who have suddenly jumped in to protect her against bad boy Trump, when she has not asked for any help in handling bad boy Trump.

    I believe that she wishes that people would just leave her alone so that she can do her journalist job as best she can, even if she makes mistakes along the way.

    I would like to think that she hopes that good-intentioned people would stop trying to protect her at every turn as if she were a weak schoolgirl who needed someone to protect her from the big bad wolf as she walked home from school.

    So, Kelly, I like your show, but if you are going to ask someone like Trump some rough questions, and you want to be a good journalist, then you should be ready to receive rough replies in return.

  • Donald Trump’s companies tried to import at least 1,100 foreign workers

    08/10/2015 12:43:22 PM PDT · 26 of 66
    john mirse to captain_dave
    Aren’t these all legal workers, and wasn’t Trump speaking out against illegal immigrants? So, no problem.

    ******

    I like Trump, but I don't agree with everything he does or says.

    So, I think it would be fair for a reporter to ask Trump to explain his side of this story about bringing in such workers as maids and other hospitality workers.

    For instance, I would like to know why Trump could not recruit American citizens to do the same jobs, with so many Americans looking for decent work. Did he really try hard enough to find good American workers? Maybe he should try harder.

  • Bernie Sanders is now effectively a hostage of #BlackLivesMatter

    08/09/2015 6:42:59 PM PDT · 30 of 35
    john mirse to tflabo
    Bernie the socialist victim of the polar bear hunting treatment minus the sucker punch— just the sucker boot off the stage. Old, feeble, white, jewish guys make a nice target for the BAMish breed.

    *******

    Bernie vs. Russian and Iranian Thugs: If Bernie suddenly becomes so confused and flustered by two arrogant young black women protesters from "Black Lives Matter" and humiliates himself in front of them, I wonder if he has the courage and management skills to go up against the thugs from Russia and Iran, who will try to humiliate Bernie every chance they get.

    Sad to say, but maybe Bernie is just getting too old and too mentally weak to be President of the United States.

  • Shrinkage of breakout time 'emboldens' Iran, Obama says (CNN interview)

    08/09/2015 1:11:50 PM PDT · 13 of 16
    john mirse to BenLurkin
    I'm confused. What happens if the Senate and House both turn down the deal? Thanks.

    1. Money: Will Iran still get the money, which is suppose to be between 60 and 150 billion dollars, if the deal is turned down?

    2. Again, how much money is Iran supposed to get if the deal is approved?

    3. Nuclear weapons: Will Iran develop nuclear weapons within 6 months if the deal is turned down by Congress?

  • Bill Clinton Tells Jeb Bush, “This Trump Thing Will Be Taken Care Of.”

    08/09/2015 12:28:50 PM PDT · 41 of 208
    john mirse to dfwgator
    Sorry. But poor Jeb is too dull for my tastes.

    If Jeb is elected president, it may be an efficient 4 years, but I think it will also be a very dull 4 years. Sorry, Jeb, I hope another Republican is elected president.

    Jeb may have been a good Florida governor, but he seems to lack the good management skills and charisma to inspire the country and to win my vote.

  • Megyn Kelly’s Ex-Husband: ‘She Wanted A Wife’

    08/09/2015 8:36:53 AM PDT · 75 of 137
    john mirse to Jack Hydrazine
    If only she could have been just as tough on the other Pubbie candidates as she was on The Donald.

    ******

    Kelly vs. Trump "blood" comment:

    1. Why doesn't a reporter/tv commentator ask Kelly what she thought about Trump's "blood"?

    2. I think it is a fair question to ask her: Did she believe that Trump's blood comment referred to her period?

    3. So far, I have listened as just about every tv political commentator and Republican candidate on earth has crucified Trump over what THEY thought Trump meant, but I haven't heard one word from Kelly as to what Kelly herself thought Trump said and meant.

    4. Also, political commentators conveniently seem to forget that Trump also described Chris Wallace as having "blood in his eyes".

    5. My point is this: Suppose that Trump had said something like this about Chris Wallace during the CNN Lemon show the night after the debate:

    "You could see the blood in his eyes...wherever."

    Would the anti-Trump people also suddenly jump up and shout that Trump was viciously talking about Wallace's period? I don't think so.

    6. Imagine this happening in the future: We hear President Trump publicly commenting on a recent meeting with Russian leader Putin:

    "Poor Putin. You could see the blood in his eyes and wherever."

    Really, would anyone in his right mind---including Putin himself---think that Trump was talking about Putin's period. Of course not.

    7. Also, Trump has been married several times. Why not ask his past wives and present wife what they thought about Trump's blood comment.

    8. Trump also has grown children, so why not ask them, especially, his daughter, what they thought about Trump's blood comments.