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So who is the real criminal? The one supported by all these Delawareans… What lack of judgment must one have to choose a criminal over a saint?

These people are simply delusional… In their warped minds they presuppose this to be true and all evidence otherwise be damned.

Hillary has to be guilty of something because she just has to be, and Donald has to be innocent of everything because he just has to be….

When put in plain language such thinking is obviously a product of a sick mind.

There are no politics involved in this stark fact.  It is what anyone and everyone can see watching every video of both candidates from beginning of this campaign to its end… When reviewing such, there are a few bad moments in one campaign and a few good moments in the other… The the total preponderance of evidence matches the verdict of the three times we saw them on stage together… One is responsibly capable of handling the duties thrust on her; the other is not.

Any other conclusion is delusional.

it always comes back to this:  Hillary has to be guilty of something because she just has to be, and Donald has to be innocent of everything because he just has to be….

Now as a society it is obvious that we do have a segment of our population that is insane. But that does not mean we have to follow them. What usually happens is that as long as the insane are no danger to themselves or anyone else, we tolerate them.  When they become a danger, we lock them up.

The repeated chants based on nothing to “lock up” the leading candidate by followers of the minority party, show just how dangerously off-bent all these people are.

It is as if they have been released upon us by a bad television mini-drama and are ranging through our towns looking for brains to eat…

You laugh, but the similarities are scary.

There is no semblance of being a human being in saying: Hillary has to be guilty of something because she just has to be, and Donald has to be innocent of everything because he just has to be….

That is just being … a “being”…..   one in whom these crackpots still vociferously 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

None of these should get into office.  None.

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….

Sadly these are all the Republicans running for state office, but two… I must isolate and mention both of those two 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 Delawarean Republicans who have repudiated history’s worst candidate,  Donald Trump,  are:

Meredith Chapman    Senate District 8

James Spadola    Senate District 1

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That is what Hillary Clinton is. That is what the Democrats offer. The same boundless confidence that came out of Independence Hall in 1788. The same boundless confidence as we pushed our nation Westward over fresh laid iron rails in the 19th Century. The same boundless confidence as we fought two major wars across two different oceans at the same time. That same boundless confidence as we elected our first WWII fighter into the Presidency. That same boundless confidence with which we stared down the Soviet Union. That same boundless confidence with which we landed on the moon and watched with wonder as our vehicles drove around on Mars. That same boundless confidence as we faced down the Y2K problem. That same boundless confidence with which we said we’d avenge 9/11….That same boundless confidence with which we once faced down our deficit and had our budget completely under control…..

America has always vacillated between moments of boundless confidence and timid fear. Ironically it has always been the Democrats who gave us confidence and Republicans who gave us fear.

The fear is a anathema. We have nothing to fear but fear itself and when we allow ourselves to fear we loose all of our potential. Fear bites into America’s productivity…

You can choose to believe we have to fear. Fear from Muslims. Fear from Mexicans. Fear from Afro Americans. Fear from powerful women. Fear from orange haired sexual predators riding buses in 2005… But though that is only one option, it is not the only option. We can also make assumptions that all people are like us, some bad and some good, and work to elevate the good ones, and find and punish the bad ones. Just no profiling. Just don’t use race or religion as weapons against all one group’s right to freedom, which will become by accretion, weapons against our rights to freedom…

We always will have enemies for we are the most successful and powerful nation on earth. But we have two ways of combating those.. One the cheerful approach, exuding from our pores like Britain had when they were being bombed into oblivion but prevailed. Or the sunken, desperate gloom such as that hung over Berlin as its enemies surrounded it from all sides. One attitude wins against great odds; the other loses against the smallest of threats.

So which one describes you? Gloom, death, destruction, fear, hate, and loathing? or the boundless confidence in America’s progress?

You choose our future… it is serious. There are no do-overs…

This is amazing. Two videos released on the last weekend before the big vote…. Both summing up their campaign in under two minutes.. As is usual the tone is what one perceives and in this case there is a huge difference.

One uplifting and inspiring. The other dark and foreboding One full of color, bright and active. The other shot like a crime scene drama, dark, dramatic, and dangerous.

I actually like both of them. They are both pretty good summations and the darker one is polished rather well almost enough to be convincing… Only it is too little too late. It fails to address that the solution it proposes to all the problems it illustrates, is more of a problem than the problems are. To be fair, both videos are rather vague on policy…

One says we need to celebrate life. The other implies we can never celebrate life because there are always big scary problems out there which will attack and eat us… Be afraid, be very afraid…

So I guess it depends on what type of nation you want for your children really… One that is great to live in, or one that sort of sucks to live in but if you just elect Donald Trump, even though it sucks, you will be safe. Why? Because he’s been on the Apprentice… (as the closing pose strikes so similar) lol.

And now… the greatest contrast of two videos you will ever see… (unless you watch Comcast’s Channel 29 and porn back to back)..

What did you think? Isn’t the difference as stark as that between Kennedy and Nixon? Between Johnson and Goldwater? Between Nixon and McGovern? Between Reagan and Mondale? Got any more? It has been a while we’ve had a more comparative bright and dark contrast…

Now it is up to you… What spirit do you want to lead America? The good one? Or Bad?

Donald Trump!  Would my son, Captain Khan, have a place in your America?   NO………
Donald Trump!. Would Muslims have a place in your America?  
NO…………………
Donald Trump!   Would Latinos have a place in your America?   NO…………………
Would Afro-Americans have a place in your America, Donald Trump?
NO………
Would anyone who is not like you, Donald Trump, have a place in your America? NO………
Well thankfully, Mr. Trump….. This isn’t your America…………….
 

There are those in whom we have great respect across most of their lives.  Then suddenly they seem to abandon reason.

Why should anyone vote for Jill Stein?  Great question and one I’d never investigated up to now. So I looked.

Shocked. In her views she is no different than Clinton?  Don’t believe it?  Here is her questionnaire compared with Hillary’s, filled out..

Check it out. When it comes to individual rights, both were identical except for their belief in God. Hillary would keep “God” on money, Jill would be against it. On domestic issues, they agree on everything. The small distinction is that Hillary does not agree that marijuana is a gateway drug,  Jill “strongly” does not agree that it is. A very small degree of separation between them. On economic issues they are identical across the board. in both their choices and levels of degree in which they support them.

Only in international relations and defense is there is some gap of difference. One should expect such from someone who has represented our nation around the world  versus someone postulating their positions from the couch in their living room.  Even here the differences are often only in degree of being against or strongly against..  Hillary is definitely not a Republican as she is sometime called by leftists.  The only major difference one can quantify between these two candidates  across the whole spectrum, is that Hillary does not believe in isolationism or running away from every conflict, and Jill Stein does.

That means there has to be something else motivating Stein voters.  What could it be?

It could be personal dislike.  Many people do vote off of their emotions and therefore they may not like Hillary not for anything she has ever done, but just in how she fills out a pantsuit.  Rumors are that Susan Sarandon doesn’t like Hillary because George Clooney does. Such dislike if true certainly is not misogyny, easily ruled out when comparing against the gender of Jill Stein, (but perhaps a factor when compared against Gary Johnson).

It could also be a religious fervor for third parties.  “Woo hoo, I’m a Green Party/  All the bad stuff you Democrats and Republicans have done to the globe does not reflect on me/ Since my party has never held responsibility, we are clean of all your bad decisions/ Buy voting Jill I’m clean as snow”..

Or it could be a European specialist highly familiar with the third party system across the pond and wishing to implement that system here…

Or it could be someone who just doesn’t care about anything (historians called them anarchists 100 years ago) and is happy watching the world burn.

But we CAN rule out some other reasons.

Ones support for Jill Stein is not for the candidate herself.  Most people know very little about her. Is she bi or straight?  See?  You don’t know.  What personal experiences make her more qualified than either Hillary Clinton or Gary Johnson, or Donald Trump or Evan McMillian? See?  Speechless.

To pull the lever or push the button for Jill Stein means that you are voting for a superfluous cause, a sprite of your own imagination.  As in for example: “I’m voting to make the world more liberal.”.

Ok, having been there, that is understandable and the first sane thing you may have said… Because if that is what you believe, voting for Jill Stein is at least one way of expressing it.

But what does that vote get you?  Right now she is on track to come close to her last attempt at the presidency, 4 years ago… 469,501 voted for her… 0.36% of the vote.  This year it may be less.   That is less than 150 people per each county in the entire United States… That per county level is fewer than the numbers that vote in one ward or precinct.

So what statement are you trying to make by voting for someone who averages out to 150 voters out of every single county?  The analogy might as well be “not voting”, such a correlation seems “right-on” here.

By now I’m sure you’ve heard over and over and over and over that if you are a current Trump supporter and vote for Jill Stein it is a vote for Hillary and vice versa.   That keeps getting said because there is some truth to that.  If you were in a three way and the two others got serious with each other, you get shut you down; you lose out.  Same way in a general election… To matter as a person, as a voter, you really can’t be casting your vote to someone who when they ran before, against the same two machines, against the same two ideologies, with the same candidate on the same platform, only muster 3 out of every 1000 people.

Imagine if those 3 activists, instead of being on the outside in a club of their own, were arguing their cases inside a party that will take in 550 our of every 1000 people. Do you have a better chance to win friends and influence people over to your cause?  Of course you do…

Being a partner of one of the most powerful influences on our national destiny, you have far more clout in achieving your aims and dreams, than you would many miles away, crawling to the surface of a dark Scottish loch….*(Police reference)

So what sense does that make to anonymously state your liberalness by voting on a third party?

Now there are times for a third party, don’t get me wrong… On local levels a third party, even Greens, can field a better candidate than the other two local party apparatus’s can muster … Because smart concerned local people sometimes don’t belong to parties.  I’ve supported many such candidates because I want to make the world a better place.  So don’t misinterpret this piece as anti-third party…

But the difference there is that those candidates offered a quality choice, something completely different from the other two available options.  That is not the case here.   Jill Stein is the same as Hillary and yet Stein couldn’t handle the presidency.  In her defense, very few people can. Jill has never held elected office. In fact the argument can be made, that since Trump (who also has never held elective office) would have the backing of a majority of people, he could get enough cooperation and though he knows nothing, the system would respond by putting in his party’s people who could handle things “under” him…
But the Greens in that spot would face animosity.  Instead of voting for Jill Stein this time, Greens need to get serious.  They need to remove themselves from only offering simply an ineffective vanity campaign, and look to begin offering a real one. Which means they need to lobby a top named Democrat or two to jump and pull their high talent and followers across the divide, so their party immediately has clout on the national stage.  Fronting Bernie is what I’m talking about.

Simply put.  Politics is about power and who gets to make the decisions.  Bad as the process can sometimes be for liberals it still beats the historical precedent of war.  We are so much better off to decide our differences without war.   But it is idealistic to think that politics is anything less than a war that decides who wields power…

This year the decisions between the two powerful candidates could not be more stark. The competence level between the two power candidates could not be more stark.  If you think Global Warming should be stopped; if you think national parks should be off limits to oil and gas drilling;  if you think we should save the Monarch Butterfly with government intervention; if you think we should lable GMO’s;  if you think we should pursue the kind treatment of farm animals;  if you think we should accelerate the making of electric cars; if you think we should honor native American’s requests not to uproot their ancestral land simply to benefit some investors; …..

Your vote for Jill Stein, face it or not, is a vote against all of the above…  You actually take away the clout you could have influenced from the left wing of the Democratic party, and removed it completely out of the equation… So when Democrats have to vote inside their caucus to determine their stance and future actions, because you or your candidates were not there to push the liberal agenda, when those votes get taken, results tend to be weighted towards the more conservative of the Democratic party, simply because there were more of them to vote because you and your contingent removed yourselves from the action. …

That is how, a vote for Jill Stein, makes it harder to achieve your objectives than had you either voted for Hillary or Trump…

You say the Democrats are not left enough?  Well if anything Bernie shows us, that was because the left had up to then, abandoned acting politically to influence the party…

No one is going to tell you how to vote.  You may be so mad at the first paragraph these words down here never see the light of day… But if it does, add it to you plate as you decide over the next few days how badly you really desire to influence your own future and save the planet…

 

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Scholastic does mock elections which historically predict the winner.  The above is this years compiled across the country.

The kids got this…

I post this because many of my Republican friends are in denial.  And my third party friends are in la la land…. From this map, the latter need to move to Washington DC.

All rationality dissipates the closer one gets to election.  Really. It’s no fluke. It dissipates in every close contest be it a boxing match, World’s Series, or high school football game. Things get said in the heat of the moment that on reflection weeks later, probably should never have been said otherwise.  It comes from being in the heat of the moment, we weaponize our speech. Me and you, we all do it, unless of course we’ve spent considerable time on Dagobah with Yoda learning how to control our anger by using the “Force”..

That being few among us, it is understandable that those on both sides skimming (in a panic), would quickly pass over this post in search of a more reassuring tidbit promoting proof that their side will win over the other…. That is understandable. however, this will still stay up for the ages to remind ourselves of what what could have been; how we should have behaved; which choice we should have taken…

That said, sometimes the best advice is old advice (and I believe it originally came from ancient battles where hand to hand fighting was the norm)… When confusion is rampant, it is best to step back, look around horizon to horizon, and take a deep breath.

You are voting for someone to run our country, not for your favorite cartoon character. Like Brexit, this is serious.  The traits one would need for president should at least rise to the level required for running ones employment, tons of little stuff needing ones endorsement day after day after day, and hopefully some additional time to make your mark on some big changes you want to make into policy…

Too often I hear a pronouncement begin with:   “Oh, but I don’t like…..” as if liking someone was the best criteria for running our country.  There really is no relation between “like” and “ability”.. Some people you like may be douche bags, but you still like them anyway. Having a likable douche bag for president was actually tried during the 1920’s and it gave us hands-off government which plunged the globe into a Great Depression. Likewise, the winner of “who would you rather have a beer with” contest of 2000 gave us 9/11, two Middle East Wars, $4 trillion in “new” debt, and our version of The Great  (2nd Republican Caused) Depression…

We really cannot be distracted by a popularity contest, or past loyalties to one team versus another… Your choice first needs to be solely based on qualifications.Would you want a plumber running your hospital?  Would you want a ghost writer fixing your sewer and your stopped up toilet?  Would you want the new-hire on the bottom rung  of your workplace whatever that position is, to become the person in charge and running your organization as CEO?

Probably not.. Why?  Because if they screw up and ruin your company in a few short months, you are out of a job and all your financial plans for the future are now up in the air…

It’s exactly the same with running the country.

All of us need you to seriously decide if you truly feel safe and comfortable with your presidential prospect running either your business or office where you work, before you vote for them.

Can they flat out do the job that is expected of them?  You are, after all their human resource officer.  You are on task for the quality of hires you provide to the organization. Will the hire you vote in, be able to do the job? The whole job?

A lot of people are ignoring this. “He tells things like they are.”  “She’s a crook”.  “Both are shitty so I’m voting 3rd Party to protest.” So I’m just mentioning it here so you also put this into your calculations before making the choice of the century so far.

It boils down to a simple qualifying question that all candidates should pass before you go onward in analyzing them to make your decision.

Would you want your chosen candidate running your job?  If absolutely not, why are you doing this to yourself and sticking it to everyone else in the process?

Once you’ve determined you are comfortable in their ability to actually run the office he/she is seeking,  which is to keep the government running while they try to enact their agenda and selling points…. the next step should be whether they will go in the direction YOU want them to go?

Too often we reverse these priorities (especially towards those running for Congress). We get a confirmation on their quoted destination and vote them in, realizing much too late that they’ve never driven a car, looked at a map, or made a reservation.  

“Load up the truck you’all;
we’re moving to … Beverly”

This is one of the reason our Congress is filled with Tea Party idealogues who strut and fret over the direction our nation is taking, without doing anything solid to get us moving. This is ninety-five percent of the reason middle class white America is frustrated and hurting today: republicans in Congress.

To fix that, you need to make sure that whoever you put in Congress is at the very least, capable of doing what is needed, and only then, determine if they are going to go your way…  Because reversing those priorities, just doesn’t work….

Only then, if you are sure that both candidates are equally qualified, and both are going to go the way you want to go, do you then begin to look at character of the person. This is the part where liar accusations arise, infidelity issues arise, loyalty issues arise, RINO or DINO issues arise, or if you are Darrel Issa, actually arrest records for theft apply.

And here is the crowning point.  You may not like your boss at work (you may even hate him), but you don’t try to remove him because he is paying you to live a good living as it is. You put your own self interest far, far above your fuzzy feelings of ” like” and “dislike”..

There is precedent for what I’ve just said.  Harry Truman was washed up in 1948. Going into election day the polls were against him, the press was against him, and it looked like a rout was going to wipe him out, so much that a famous headline was preprinted and sent out which turned out wrong.

A lot of confused political people wondered what happened… What they found was that most people who had come home from Europe and Japan while he was president, who had gone to school or found new jobs while he was president, simply could not find it in themselves to remove someone who had shown themselves to be so skillful, so competent, and such a great American, no matter how much “character assassination” had been printed about him.  Although a lot of voters did vote for Dewey; more went for Truman because they felt they just couldn’t let a good man go.

Many people have been fed a lot of lies about Hillary. You can see it in the comments of some on this blog below articles about her. There is an entire industry of highly paid muckrakers funded exclusively by billionaires who drag her name through the mud. They’ve poured over ever word she’s ever said to try and find something they can hang her with, and across 25 years of national public life, to date they found nothing…

If you are making less than $250,000 a year, you should probably ask yourself “why” on earth these billionaires are spending so much of their money to tarnish just her above all other people?

They are afraid of her because she WILL fight for you…. 

In the real world you live in, the world of too little income coming in and too many bills to pay going out, that should be all the endorsement you could ever need…. One should always vote opposite of how billionaires tell you to vote….


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First Hillary… Here are all the Hillary legal issues…

1973 – Trump Organization sued by Federal Government for housing discrimination.

1978 – Trump Organization accused of violating consent decree.

1979 – Trump allegedly investigated for bribery. [Voice’s Wayne Barrett, “Trump: The Deals and the Downfall.”]

1980 – Trump subpoenaed in relation to an FBI Investigation of Corruption at the Trump Tower construction site.

1987 – The FTC asks the Justice Department to prosecute Trump. [Feds settle suit for $750,000.] Yet the FTC, according to antitrust legal expert Robert Skitol, believed that Trump had used “put-call option agreements” with Bear Sterns to mask his large purchases of stock in each of these companies.

1988 – The U.S. Attorney’s Office Investigates Trump‘s role in the sale of two apartments to an alleged member of the mob.

1991 – A Trump casino admits breaking the law by having Fred Trump buy uncased chips.

1991 – “As reported by USA Today earlier this year, Trump Plaza casino was fined $200,000 for discrimination after it was determined that the casino’s pit bosses would rotate craps dealers who weren’t white men off the tables when alleged mobster Robert Libutti came to play. Later that year, Trump’s Atlantic City casinos were also fined for giving Libutti nine luxury cars.”

1992 – Congressional investigators link Trump business to Asian organized crime interests. One was indicted on a charge of providing kickbacks to executives at Trump Castle. More specifically, Danny Leung was a vice president at Trump Taj Mahal who was known by law enforcement to be linked to organized crime syndicates.

2000 – Trump fined $250,000 for improper lobbying [He hid behind 3 separate shell companies and ordered to publicly apologize to the Mohawk Indians for slanderist advertising.]

2002 – Trump faces SEC enforcement action for misleading earnings reports. “… found that Trump Hotels, through the conduct of its chief executive officer, its chief financial officer and its treasurer, violated the antifraud provisions of the Securities Exchange Act by knowingly or recklessly issuing a materially misleading press release.” [The SEC accepted an undisclosed offer and issued a cease-and-desist order.]

2010 thru 2013 – States investigate Trump University. In 2010, the state of Texas opened an investigation into the business practices of Trump University, the now-infamous real estate seminar program run by Trump. Three years later, the state of New York filed a fraud lawsuit against the business. (The recent legal fight over Trump University has been centered on class-action lawsuits against the “school” filed in California.)

2011 – Trump settles with Trump Soho buyers after a criminal investigation into sales in the property was opened.

2016 – The state of New York investigates the Trump Foundation.

2016 – The Trump foundation pays a fine for making an improper political contribution.

2016 – Trump lawyers given court date over lawsuit alleging rape of 13-year-old.
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Oh, my bad… Those were Trump’s….

Hillary Clinton has not been charged with any criminal wrongdoing requiring her to appear in any court of law….

What about all the scandals you ask?  Like emails, Benghazi, and Whitewater?  Well, those were scandals only in the Republican party, which if they had control over either house of Congress, could convene hearings to embarrass someone who might one day win the presidency by such large of margins it would end up destroying their party…

Big difference.

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On a recent meme showing a comparison of Trump versus Hillary, listing the negatives.of both, the only one available for Hillary was her bad choice of email server…..

This prompted a discussion casting in doubt even whether that was a bad choice.  The polls show her to be locked in;  Hillary is going to be president. We can never know what could have happened if she’d used the state.gov for all her emails…

But we have an idea.  Seeing how her opposition is peering in excess over every one of the leaked emails from John Podesta, one can easily gather how difficult her campaign would have been if she had to answer every email in real time by every questioning FOIA’d requester …

With so much baggage, she would not only have missed the plane to the White House, but she’d have never gotten through the front door…

This is what all advised her to do.. Colin Powell.  Condi Rice.  and the exiting Republican Party… All knew the political expediency of not having to always backtrack to the distant reaches of memory, and instead moving forward towards implementing ones agenda.

The real truth in this world is that success itself, writes the best plans of actions… Nothing else.  And she is going to be president.

Would that have happened if she’d used the required email protocol?   Most likely, no. Therefore, as Comey originally said, no prosecutor would find anything on her private email server for which to prosecute, and therefore there was no fallout across 8 years from anything she did.  But it is very likely there would have been unsurmountable obstacles if she’d gone the other way around…

If anyone had any doubts, it would be erased by seeing how Republican operatives are combing through the Podesta leaks, twisting headlines to imply one thing, whereas the body of the email sends the resounding message of……”duh, that’s not what it says”…We’ve only had three weeks of this.  Imagine the last 8 years?

In hindsight, the use of a private email was brilliant.

America can only move forward under Hillary Clinton and full democratic House and Senate control.. Any other combination dooms us to the same stalemate and the same levels of ineptitude we’ve seen from almost all Republicans across this election….

Bottom line?  Her email server though currently a drag, was still the better choice for her to achieve the presidency.. And only if she achieves the presidency, will America prosper.

So, yeah. Her private email server will ironically, ….be what make America great again…

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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