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The following Delawareans have not publicly discounted Donald Trump.  They continue to support him, having never called him out for what he is… Here is an accurate description of what he is:

  • Trump’s casino bankruptcies, left investors holding the bag while he skedaddled with their money
  • Trump’s regular habit of refusing to pay contractors who had done work for him, especially if they were struggling small businesses who could not fight back.
  • Trump University scandal, which includes not only the people who got scammed and the Florida investigation, but also a similar story from Texas where the investigation into Trump U was quashed.
  • The Trump Institute, another get-rich-quick scheme in which Trump allowed a couple of grifters to use his name to bilk people out of their money
  • The Trump Network, a multi-level marketing venture (a.k.a. pyramid scheme) that involved customers mailing in a urine sample which would be analyzed to produce for them a specially formulated package of multivitamins
  • Trump Model Management, which reportedly had foreign models lie to customs officials and work in the U.S. illegally, and kept them in squalid conditions while they earned almost nothing for the work they did
  • Trump’s employment of foreign guest workers at his resorts, which involves a claim that he can’t find Americans to do the work
  • Trump’s use of hundreds of undocumented workers from Poland in the 1980s, who were paid a pittance for their illegal work
  • Trump’s history of being charged with housing discrimination
  • Trump’s connections to mafia figures involved in New York construction
  • The time Trump paid the Federal Trade Commission $750,000 over charges that he violated anti-trust laws when trying to take over a rival casino company
  • The fact that Trump is now being advised by Roger Ailes, who was forced out as Fox News chief when dozens of women came forward to charge him with sexual harassment. According to the allegations, Ailes’s behavior was positively monstrous; as just one indicator, his abusive and predatory actions toward women were so well-known and so loathsome that in 1968 the morally upstanding folks in the Nixon administration refused to allow him to work there despite his key role in getting Nixon elected.

    Why is this guy even on the ticket for president of the United States of America?  Oh yeah, that’s right. Republicans voted for him since he met their exceptionally high ideals as a candidate….

    The following Delawareans have either stated they publicly support Donald Trump for their President, or have been too timid to come out against him…. Silent support is as equally complicit as is wanton support.

    Charlie Copeland
    Colin Bonini
    Hans Reigle
    La Mar T. Gunn

    State Senate Candidates

    State House Candidates

    Kevin Hensley:  District 9

    Judith Travis:  District 10

    Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

    Debbie Hudson:  District 12

    James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

    James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

    Stephan Smyk:  District 20

    Mike Ramone:  District 21

    Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

    Timothy Conrad:  District 24

    Michael Nagorski:  District 25

    Janice Gallagher:  District 29

    William Outten:  District 30

    Jean Dowding: District 31

    Patricia Foltz:  District 32

    Charles Postles:  District 33

    Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

    David Wilson:  District 35

    Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

    Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

    Ronald Gray:  District 38

    Daniel Short:  District 39

    Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

    Richard Collins:  District 41

    Lip service is one thing. Actions are something else.  All of the above at this late date are still supportive of Donald Trump and what he stands for….

    These are all the Republicans running for state office, but two… I must isolate and mention both of them and encourage you to vote them in over their democrat opponents (no loss there in both seats) to show the world that Delaware is not a satellite of Donald Trump….

    These two very special people, the only two republicans who have repudiated the Bankrupt Bank Robber Donald Trump,  are:

    Meredith Chapman    Senate District 8

    James Spadola    Senate District 1

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But most women know he is a predator. They see in on TV. They see it when he talks to Megan Kelly. They see it everywhere.  They saw it in the debates, in how he handled himself in the presence of a more powerful, successful women who manipulated him like putty in front of 100 million people.  If you have ever had an unpleasant moment with a man… YOU KNOW!

But many people still are voting for him.. They close their eyes.  But the question really needs to be:  would you let him babysit your daughters while you were gone?

HELL … NO!

I you wouldn’t leave your daughters in his care, how can you put the whole United States in his safekeeping?

If your daughter called you up and said, “yeah, we got a baby sitter for our girls,  husband and I are going out… He’s a 70 year old man we found, says ‘wonderful’ a lot, wears a suit and red tie, and has this huge rug of orange hair on top of his head, seems nice, but we really don’t know anything else about him… ”

Wouldn’t you rush over to check up on your little grandkids?

Seriously, think about what we’re saying:  if you can’t trust him with your grandkids. how can you trust him with your country?

The following people below are just some of those who say they support Trump… Not voting for Trump is one thing… That is smart. But not voting for anyone on this list, people who when given the choice, said they supported what Trump was and stood for, sends a whole different message….

If you think a child sexual predator should not be president, how could you still support the following for state offices who think he should?……….

Charlie Copeland
Colin Bonini
Hans Reigle
La Mar T. Gunn

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

Lip service is one thing. Actions are something else.  All of the above at this late date are still supportive of Donald Trump and what he stands for….

These are all the Republicans running for state office, but two… I must isolate and mention both of them and encourage you to vote them in over their democrat opponents (no loss there in both seats) to show the world that Delaware is not a satellite of Donald Trump….

These two very special people, the only two republicans who have repudiated the Atomic Ant’s Donald Trump,  are:

Meredith Chapman    Senate District 8

James Spadola    Senate District 1

If you are going to change horses in the middle of the stream… doesn’t it make sense if they are going in the right direction?

This is based on continuing those policies we have in place since Obama took office.  One has to seriously question the judgment of anyone not supporting Hillary in her run. Now is not the time to put our economy in the hands of an unregistered sex offender…

Do you know who supports our nation’s best known unregistered sex offender?

The following  Delawarean people support that unregistered sex offender who is:

  • a) collapsing our economy;
  • b) sending all Hispanics back to Mexico;
  • c) using uncontrolled white militias with hoods in our black neighborhoods;
  • d) treating all women as objects, not people;

Who, then are these horrible people you ask?  The ones who publicly have not disavowed Trump and still support him?

Charlie Copeland
Colin Bonini
Hans Reigle
La Mar T. Gunn

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

Lip service is one thing. Actions are something else.  All of the above at this late date are still supportive of Donald Trump and what he stands for….

These are all the Republicans running for state office, but two… I must isolate and mention both of them and encourage you to vote them in over their democrat opponents (no loss there in both seats) to show the world that Delaware is not a satellite of Donald Trump….

These two very special people are:

Meredith Chapman    Senate District 8

James Spadola    Senate District 1

“Reproductive rights and justice has always been about a fundamental respect – or in this case, disrespect – of women’s bodily integrity and autonomy”.

Either our bodies are our own, or they’re not...

“We are witnessing a moment where our country could move backwards – either back to a place where “boys will be boys” and men will make decisions for women. Or towards a future where our culture and politics understand and respect women as autonomous full human beings.”

Those are the two paths.

All of America heard Trump deny he’s ever sexually assaulted women, even though he himself has publicly described having habitually done just that.

What Trump doesn’t realize in his denials, was how many of his listeners are thinking about all the times men have done the exact same things to them.

And then you have his Republican women defenders: Party over human rights……..

They still vigorously defended their candidate as the one that will be best for women, and ultimately the country. They are unconcerned about his comments on women and weight or Alicia Machado.

They say they don’t think it matters. They really don’t care about Miss Universe. That’s not what politics are about to them.

But for everyone wearing larger than a size 12,  Trump’s comments have affirmed that due to ones size, they would be invalid in a world where Trump leads.

When it comes to the plate set before women, there is a graphically clear choice…..

We are choosing between

  • A candidate who has spent her political career fighting for reproductive rights, and a candidate who says that women who have abortions need to be punished.
  • A candidate who said this week in the final debate unequivocally that she will defend Planned Parenthood, and a candidate who has promised to defund it.
  • A choice between a person who has spent her life in public service, and a braggadocious businessman who rips off his workers.

And, perhaps most tellingly: we’re making a decision between a woman who has said that “women’s rights are human rights” and a man who says if you want to and can get away with it, you can just grab women “by the pussy”.

Polls tell us that on November 8, pussy will grab back…..

But it does not end with just a presidential choice.  Across this nation, in every voting district are hundreds of people lined up to be chosen by the voters carrying Trump’s philosophy forward… which is to put the brakes on a women’s right to control her destiny, which is to promise to continue the culture of letting men be boys and boys be men, which is to minimize the individuality that all women have.  The issue does not go away with just electing the person at the top.

No.  Everyone down ballot who still supports Trump, needs to go as well… You really need to know who is still supporting the back-room deals of keeping women under men’s control, whether they voice it or not… You will be able to tell by their actions…. Are they upset enough to denounce probably that presidential candidate most disrespectable of women in the history of the USA?

The following ….. are not…. 

Charlie Copeland
Colin Bonini
Hans Reigle
La Mar T. Gunn

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

Lip service is one thing. Actions are something else.  All of the above at this late date are still supportive of Donald Trump and what he stands for….

These are all the Republicans running for state office, but two… I must isolate and mention both of them and encourage you to vote them in over their democrat opponents (no loss there in both seats) to show the world that Delaware is not a satellite of Donald Trump….

These two very special people are:

Meredith Chapman    Senate District 8

James Spadola    Senate District 1


Beyond the political differences, there are issues of sincerity and character for voters to consider. First, though many did not support Donald Trump during his primaries, it has come to pass that none of these asking for your vote, have spoken out against him since he became the head of their ticket. Their steadfast endorsement of Mr. Trump, whom most called a con man during the previous campaigns, at this late date continues even as the Republican candidate stumbles from gaffe to insult to outrage.

Mr. Trump’s candidacy is a test of character, and all these candidates are failing that test. How can voters believe they are sincere when they say they do not share Mr. Trump’s awful views on Mexicans, immigrants, Muslims, women, etc., yet — at the same time — stands by their endorsement of the New York billionaire? Their support for blatant racism while pretending they don’t share such views,  is unconvincing. It reeks of political convenience rather than political conviction.

These below do not deserve your vote…. (unless of course, you are a bigoted, hateful, disillusioned, closet racist who for the first time in your life, actually has a candidate who thinks like you.)  With less than 18 days before the general election, these candidates firmly have their teeth clamped on a teat of puss and bile ….As of this late date, it appears they will be unwilling to ever let go…..   You deserve better…. and in this election, the Democrats running against all these candidates, are all better for one reason: they don’t endorse a bigot, misogynist, hate-monger. They are the better choice for anyone wanting to “make America great again…”

These people were given a choice to show what they could be.  They failed their tests of character....

Charlie Copeland
Colin Bonini
Hans Reigle
La Mar T. Gunn

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

 

Here are the following Delawarean Republicans on the ballot this November who still think Donald Trump is the proper role model for our children…. The power to make great changes lies in you… not them…. you have always been the ones who control those who goes forward in this great Democracy.

Charlie Copeland
Colin Bonini
Hans Reigle
La Mar T. Gunn

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

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It was actually auto-correct which came up with the title; I liked it.

Republicans are in a lemonade… A mouth-puckering concoction they keep trying to sweeten with sugar and dilute with a liquid of fluid nonsense.

One of the most arrogant, vilest, decrepit humans to ever head an American main party ticket is now at the top of theirs. Oh many others across our nation’s lifespan including the Clintons have been accused of vileness, but none have ever wallowed in it as much as this one.

How do you run down-ticket from such a voter turn-off?

Exploring the options you have several choices.

  • A) Embrace him. If he is arrogant, vile, and decrepit, you pitch to your crowd that arrogant, vile and decrepit are good.
  • B) Blame others. It’s not your fault he’s at the top of the ticket, but since he is, you support the ticket, even if you don’t support the actions of the man heading it.
  • C) Denounce him. Cut your ties… You simply have more morals than will allow you to support such a cretin as head of your party…
  • D) Say your party is F’ffed Up… and bail….

 

Embracing him is has its risks as well as does cutting ties.   By embracing him you forever tie yourself down to his sinking ship. Each 4 years, 6 years, 8 years, someone will always bring up this as your character flaw: poor judgment.  You supported sedition, prejudice, and misogyny.But by cutting ties from your top ticket you take the risk of alienating his supporters who have rabies and who will in anger  or severe thirst, bite you…

What one thinks first to do, is try to balance carefully and work both angles simultaneously.  That basically means talking out both sides of their mouth.  Which if you cut the junk thrown in the middle meant to discombobulate the listener, it would sound like this:  “he is a vile, odious, and ungrateful man, ………………………. and I fully support him in November….”

One can accomplish this slight of hand when speaking directly face to face, we listeners all get tricked at one time or another, but the long term damage is that if we do hold our noses and vote for you, this stays on your permanent record that at this time, you supported an vile, odious, and ungrateful man… You can never escape it; you may at some point be forgiven for it, but you will never escape it.

Which is why now only two Delawarean Republicans have had enough courage and bravery to cut ties with Trump. Meredith Chapman in the 8th, and James Spadola in the 1st, both Delaware Senatorial Districts.  All other Republicans have tied the loose end of their noose to Trump.

They are either trying to keep their heads down, or if at the top of the ticket and queried by reporters, duck and cover but still support the nominee.

Nevertheless, whether they win or lose in November, they will feel feckless, emasculated, and embarrassed by themselves (sort of like Peter who got caught denying Christ 3 times).

Supporting him is a lose-lose proposition.  Even if you were to win your election, your own next primary constituency would be split between those who hated you for supporting Trump and those who supported you for that same reason or vice versa.  Any new primary challenger could waltz in untarnished and grab untainted votes from both factions with the charge: “he’s creepy and I’m not”.

No. the best bet is to decide now, if you really do mind or don’t really care, that Trump is the top of your ticket. Either way you will be resolved to your fate. .  If you really mind his actions and do not disassociate yourself from him, you are a false fake candidate, and will lose the trust of your constituency..  Likewise if you truly see nothing wrong about his antics, you are being honest to yourself, and come what may you can accept the outcome of your vote..

You should either jump both feet in, or as did the two refrainers, jump with both feet out. The voters will make their choice and their choice will be clear.

But here’s the caveat.  4 years from now you probably won’t really care if you won or lost this election. Much less 10, certainly after 20 years. But you will care, and it will eat you, if you were dishonest in this election and ran on someone else’s platform that brought up vomit into your mouth.

Be who you are.. Don’t try to guess by numbers.. Determine your course based on your inner principles and then work your butt off. Win or lose, God will make sure you are alright..

 

It depends on your definition of morals

If you don’t believe in God,  perhaps you can argue you are morally fit to run for office.

If you think women are things, to be used and tossed away when done, perhaps you can argue you are morally fit to run for office.

If you think skin color should be the sole determiner of ones rights and future, perhaps you can argue you are morally fit to run for office.

If you think that wealth gives you privilege and the right to do as you please and suffer no consequences for your actions, perhaps you can argue you are morally fit to run for office.

If you think laws should only be obeyed when thye suit your favor, and disregarded when they suit someone elses at your expense, then perhaps, you can argue you are morally fit to run for office…

If you think you should have total control over all natural resources so you can sell them to others who may need them to survive and make set your price high knowing they must pay it, then perhaps, you  can argue you are morally fit to run for office…

But none of these are my morals.. Mine are set higher and as their foundation, tend to be routed in the texts of the worlds three greatest religions, all hinged on the same God…

Based on MY morals, which basically come from this one line:  “love the Lord your God more than anything else, and love your neighbor as much as you do yourself”,  I have found the following Republicans not morally fit to run for office, and of course this is based solely on their support for what can only be called the true anti-Christ, Donald Trump for President.

Republican Party Chairman  Charlie Copeland

Republican Nominee for Governor  Colin Bonini

Republican Nominee for Congressperson  Hans Reigle

Republican Nominee for Lt. Governor  La Mar T Gunn.

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

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Don’t take my word for it. Click the links and ask them. Ask them why they think they are morally fit yet still support Donald Trump?… After all, maybe your values are different and not based on those underlying the world’s three main religions….

“The reason those people are now saying what they are saying and doing what they are doing is primarily because they are part of the Washington, D.C., establishment or the GOP establishment and they are very concerned, very afraid, Donald Trump may break up their establishment way of life,” said Duke Brooks, a conservative talk show host on WGMD-FM..

It has absolutely nothing to the visual of some creep grabbing your mother by her pussy knowing she’ll enjoy it,  just because………………….

“Paul Ryan, as far as I’m concerned, is inexcusable, and I don’t even think he is a Republican at this point.” said Duke Brooks in Sussex County. ”

He was voted in as Speaker of The House with 236 of 247 possible Republican votes. He was the Republican Vice Presidential Candidate in 2012.  Dukes definition of “Republican” seems to be his own or representative of an extremely tiny faction.

“It’s not something that happened yesterday,” said Sussex County Republican Committee Chairman Billy Carroll. “I don’t condone that kind of language. I’ve never used it myself and I don’t really have guy friends that do that, but I don’t think it’s a disqualifier to talk that way.”

As a Christian he does not have any friends or acquaintances who talk like that because he won’t associate with such disgusting behavior, but it is “ok” for the leader of the free world, the head of a mostly Christian nation to show such behavior.. Because we all know,  that is exactly what Christ would want us to do….

Carroll said talk is talk and actions another thing entirely. He was quick to follow the Trump line of attack on Bill Clinton and his well-documented sexcapades. He said the “mainstream media” swept those scandals under the rug — despite their dominance of early 90s news cycles — and is hypocritical to be offended by them now.

Anyone living during that time knows Carroll is not being entirely forthright.  The scandals NEVER rose above the National Enquirer level because they were all proven to be false accusations.  The only ever documented incident was the Lewinsky affair which like it or not, was mutually consenting, and not an unmitigated assertion over someone who doesn’t want their vagina to be touched. One should also note that the two biggest Republican finger pointers at that time,  Newt Gingrich and Henry Hyde, were both cheating on their own wives at that exact same time while calling Clinton’s “sexcapades” morally despicable.. It is actually embarrassing to that person for anyone to bring up an equivalency between Trump’s sexual assault, and Clinton’s sexcapades.  One further mention, in polls taken after the impeachment trial, America by numbers near 90% said they didn’t care about who had sex with who in government… They were too busy enjoying the amazingly prosperous economy and spending their new family time with their families, thanks to the Clintons…  In polls being taken now, Americans are saying Trumps comments are a BIG DEAL!

As for establishment Republicans in Washington, D.C., Carroll said it’s they who deserve to be abandoned – but by the rank-and-file party members”…  The insider GOP Washington, D.C., group has lost credibility with the GOP grassroots,” Carroll said. “Paul Ryan should lose his leadership position. Not because of what he says about Trump, I don’t really care, but because of his lack of leadership in the House. He’s guilty of exactly what Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are guilty of and that is being all talk and no action.”
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True, we’ll agree the House Republicans need to be abandoned, but disagree in that should be replaced with Democrats, instead of those few remaining Republicans who are too timid or too deeply buried in a hole with sand over their head, to say Trump is not fit to be the President of our country…

Hans Reigle, the Republican candidate for Congress, is voting for Donald Trump on the issues, despite misgivings about recently-revealed comments. Reigle pointed to Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, well-known as a social conservative, as an example of setting aside pet policy points in the quest for a more secure and prosperous country. Reigle and Pence both believe Hillary Clinton could ruin the United States and having a bawdy President Trump might be the price of avoiding it.

This is what you call ruining America?    

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MWX6X0A85I


“I have spent a lot of time speaking about Mr. Trump, that is true”. Reigle said. “That has detracted from other issues. I would say, to a certain degree, talk about both candidates has blocked out the sun when it comes to issues, While I disagree with some of his personal locker room banter and saying inappropriate things, I just don’t see Hillary Clinton as getting done what needs to be done in getting American back on track.”

So you are willing to totally ignore sexual assault, as long as it doesn’t happen to you?

“The regular Republican voter out there is probably not swayed all that much by mainstream media saying, ‘This makes Trump a sexist, raping, sex-assaulting, crude, lowlife, low-brow,'” WGMD’s Brooks said. “D.C. just really doesn’t matter because they have screwed up everything they have tried.”

Why would anyone trust a Republican voter saying rape doesn’t matter, after this?  They really don’t belong in the nation of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, or Teddy Roosevelt, if this is truly how they feel?…

I happen to know, this is not how most Republican voters feel… Just a tiny fraction of a few select older bitter males who are angry they were deceived and that the world didn’t conform to their idle wishes and elevate them on top of their own pedestals so they could continue being rewarded for their lazy ways.

The solution is to remove from power all those who have not at this moment, said Trump is unfit to be president... Those Republicans who have, need to be picked up and carried high……

In Delaware that is only two.  Meredith Chapman and James Spadola... Please, before responding to requests from Delawareans who won’t disassociate themselves from Trump,  send these two all of your giving and contributions, otherwise conservatism will have no carriers after November 8th… 

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My guess is yes.   Remember how the election of 2000 forgot all about the national debt headed towards zero.  It forgot all about the greatest economic boom in America’s history.  It forgot about the prosperity that every quintile of the American Public experience growth from one year to the next.  It forgot about the peace that was in the Balkans.  It forgot about the curtailing of Welfare.  The election in 2000 was decided on morality.  More people in those good times were interested in “morality” than what was good for the economic future of this country.   Because of “morality” (translated as sexual immorality) even smart people could not bring themselves to vote for more of the same, and instead switched to something completely different.  It was close. Florida proved it, but had that immoral incident never been brought to light, … things would have been so much different today.   it affected that many voters, enough to throw an election in the middle of the biggest boom times ever, to the minority party.

That is a valuable lesson.  Now for a known Obama supporter and guide, to have severe misgivings over this use of secrecy and reading all data on all citizens, and keeping them for future reference, (one can only think for sinister reasons), is very telling.   This is a gut mover; one like having the president dally with an intern which sets a lot of people off.   Both are impossible to justify.  The simple fact that all this information is for sale to prospective employers, competitors for the next promotion, or spouses wishing to exit a relationship, has grave consequences to a lot of American’s private lives.  And it is not that they did something bad.  It is that accusations (unfounded) can be made on piecemeal information (as was done by Issa in the IRS hearings)  and the citizen of the United States cannot defend his actions.  In fact, he never knows of  what he was accused.  He gets turned down for this, or for that, and it is all from a mistake…

The Obama Administration is in grave danger of losing his place in history.  His legacy will be shadowed by his upholding of this secret spying.  He has only one out, and it must take place now; surprise everyone, and his legacy will be saved, as well as create a democratic administration which will not undo, as was promised by Romney, everything the current president has put in place.

Here is what he has to do.

1)  Fire and replace the current director with someone Constitutionals trust.

2)  Declare all NSA actions will now be open.  FOIA will apply to the NSA.

3) Remove all objections to lawsuits in court, which seek clarification over whether the Constitution was violated or not.

4) Since the NSA is in charge of domestic spying, (the CIA does International), the NSA rules need to change to that of the FBI.  Though not perfect, secrecy is still kept, but the super-secrecy is stopped.

5) Warrants will be required for all searches.  That is the minimum of what the Constitution requires.

6) Encourage all internet providers not to cooperate unless they have a court order requiring them to do so for each person.  Outlaw blanket searches.  Outlaw phishing.

7) Admit the NSA went overboard, and take the responsibility for it.   Say it was a mistake, which you plan and hope it will be fixed long before you hand over the White House keys to your successor.

Mark my words.  If a very moderate Republican (Christie) ran and said he would “shut down the NSA”,  he would get my vote as of now.  This is serious and you had better listen to those outside of Washington, before you listen to those within.   if you are skeptical, I don’t blame you.  But I have to tell you, we survived Bush; we can survive a moderate Republican who is far more clear headed and able to stand up to nut case conservatives, which was Bush’s biggest personal fault; he caved.   You need to understand that all that damage by Bush, affects my children far less than having them be slandered for something they know nothing of, or did not do because it is attached to their name. Our privacy is of utmost importance to us.   Just like America sent a signal that sex in the White House would not be tolerated, you are in the same boat now.   Clinton won the impeachment battle.  It cost Gore the next election.

The Republicans have something on you here; you are guilty;  this is scary stuff.  Any dodging, or keeping the status quo, hurts your legacy every day it exists in its current form.  You know what you have to do, and the sooner it gets done, the sooner all talk among our citizens goes back towards getting rid of Republicans completely, so we finally can fix the economy.

It would be one more thing.. you got right.