Why Donald Trump for POTUS?

Crippled America

Yes, Donald J. Trump, billionaire extraordinaire is leading in the polls and leading by quite the margin. Yes, there are some recent polls showing Ben Carson leading Mr. Trump but these are not what I call legitimate polls. One from Elon University with a student population about the size of the polling sample.

Nevertheless, why should we elect Donald J. Trump at President of the United States? I’ve read his book, I’ve studied his policy papers and for the most part, I’m all in. But the number one thing that brought Trump from a maybe candidate to a real candidate was the issue of immigration, primarily illegal immigration. This topic sits side-by-side with every other policy concern including the economy, taxes, education, military, race, religion, national security, government regulation, gun rights, health care, trade, American jobs, rule of law and the US Constitution.

The number used concerning illegals is 11 million but that number is so stale it’s moldy and green. How about 20, 30 or 40 million? That is not far-fetched because no one is counting and deporting them may be more difficult than herding cats but Trumps promises it will be done with a “Deportation Force.” I say – go for it.

What launched Trump’s campaign was “offensive” to many but sometimes the truth hurts. He called many who come into the US rapists, thieves, murderers and criminals. Well as soon as they enter the US illegally they’re criminals.

Now one activist group from the Latin quarter decided to take matters to a new level and demonstrate why illegals should, in fact, be deported back to their homeland.

Deport Racism PAC put up a now-viral video featuring young children telling Donald Trump and his supporters — and others who are concerned about the immigration crisis — to go f*** themselves. To all those Americans concerned about the security, economic, and cultural impact the immigration crisis has wrought, these youngsters have a message, and it’s “f*** you, you f****** d***!” complete with a bird flip (from a 10-year-old!)

It’s heartwarming to know that the parents of these kids, who have not come to the US using the legal channels required and are demanding citizenship, are doing their part to raise such moral and upstanding Americans.

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Posted by Don Anastas - November 11, 2015 at 7:29 pm

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Hillary Clinton’s Laundry List of Lies

Bill, Hilary Clinton Corruption

UPDATE: With Hillary Clinton announcing her candidacy for POTUS in 2016 I will be updating more and more with links to significant articles concerning the “Corrupt Clinton Machine”. All links can be found at the bottom of this post.

My original article was first posted December 11, 2007.

More than lies actually, many things bordering on criminal, somethings very possible criminal.

National Journal legal columnist, Stuart Taylor Jr., offers a list of a long list of questionable statements made by Hillary Clinton during the Clinton scandals of the 1990s.

Mr. Stuart asks, “Hillary Rodham Clinton is supposed to be smart. But how smart is it for a woman with such a bad reputation for truthfulness and veracity to put those character traits at the center of the campaign?”

Let’s take a careful look:

Gennifer and Monica. Former lounge singer Gennifer Flowers surfaced in early 1992 with claims — corroborated by tapes of phone calls — that she had had a long affair with then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, who had arranged a state job for her. Bill Clinton told the media, falsely, that the woman’s “story is untrue.”

Although well aware of her husband’s philandering history, Hillary backed his squishy denials, famously asserting on “60 Minutes” that she was not “some little woman standing by her man like Tammy Wynette.”

Travelgate. The first Clinton scandal after Bill became president started in May 1993, when Chief of Staff Mack McLarty fired the seven employees in the White House office that arranges travel for the press corps. The White House cited gross financial mismanagement.

Hillary later told the General Accounting Office, in a document prepared by her attorney, that she had no role in the decision to fire the employees, did not know the “origin of the decision,” and “did not direct that any action be taken by anyone” other than keeping her informed.

Cattle futures. The New York Times revealed in March 1994 that in 1978, just before her husband became governor, Hillary had made a $100,000 profit on a $1,000 investment in highly speculative cattle-futures contracts in only nine months. Hillary’s first explanation (through aides) of this extraordinary windfall was that she had made the investment after “reading The Wall Street Journal” and placed all the trades herself after seeking advice from “numerous people.”

Eventually, she had to admit that longtime Clinton friend James Blair had executed 30 of her 32 trades directly with an Arkansas broker. In an April 1994 press conference, Hillary denied knowing of “any favorable treatment” by Blair.

Removal of Vince Foster documents. During the same press conference, Hillary was asked why her then-chief of staff, Maggie Williams, had been involved in removing documents from the office of Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster after his suicide.

“I don’t know that she did remove any documents,” Hillary said. But it was reported three months later that Hillary had instructed Williams to remove the Foster documents to the White House residence.

Castle Grande. In the summer of 1995, the Resolution Trust Corp. reported that Hillary had been one of 11 Rose Law Firm lawyers who had done work in the mid-1980s on an Arkansas real estate development, widely known as Castle Grande, promoted by James McDougal and Seth Ward.

McDougal headed a troubled thrift, Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan, and had given Hillary legal business as a favor to Bill. McDougal and his wife, Susan, were the Clintons’ partners in their Whitewater real estate investment.

Hillary told federal investigators that she knew nothing about Castle Grande. When it turned out that more than 30 of her 60 hours of legal work for Madison Guaranty involved Castle Grande, she said she had known the project under a different name. A 1996 Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. report said that she had drafted documents that Castle Grande used to “deceive federal bank examiners.”

Later, Hubbell went to prison for fraud, as did James McDougal.

Billing records. Hillary’s billing records for Castle Grande were in a 116-page, 5-inch-thick computer printout that came to light under mysterious circumstances on January 4, 1996 — 19 months after Starr’s investigators had subpoenaed it and amid prosecutorial pressure on Clinton aides who had been strikingly forgetful. For most of that time, Hillary claimed that the billing records had vanished.

This implausible tale, on top of other deceptions, prompted New York Times columnist William Safire to write on January 8, 1996, that “our first lady … is a congenital liar.”

The next day, the White House press secretary said that the president wanted to punch Safire in the nose for insulting his wife. Five days later, the president invited Monica Lewinsky to the Oval Office for what turned out to be one of their 10 oral-sex sessions.

Two years and 13 days after that, Hillary was on the “Today” show suggesting that her husband’s Lewinsky affair was a lie concocted by “this vast right-wing conspiracy.”

Hmmmmmmm….Conspiracy Indeed!

Hillary Lies and Obfuscations from Debate #1 Oct. 13/2015

“I have spent a very long time – my entire adult life – looking for ways…to find the ways for each child to live up to his or her God-given potential.”

“Yes, finally, fathers will be able to say to their daughters, you, too, can grow up to be president.”

Actually, I have been very consistent.”

“I did say, when I was secretary of state, three years ago, that I hoped it would be the gold standard. It was just finally negotiated last week, and in looking at it, it didn’t meet my standards.”

“I’m a progressive. But I’m a progressive who likes to get things done…how to find common ground, and I have proved that in every position that I’ve had, even dealing with Republicans who never had a good word to say about me, honestly.”

“When I think about capitalism, I think about all the small businesses that were started…”

“It was pretty straightforward to me that [Sanders] was going to give immunity to the only industry in America. Everybody else has to be accountable, but not the gun manufacturers.”

“Well first of all, we got a lot of business done with the Russians when Medvedev was the president, and not Putin….There’s no doubt that when Putin came back in and said he was going to be President, that did change the relationship.”

I think while you’re talking about the tough decision that President Obama had to make about Osama bin Laden, where I was one of his few advisers, or putting together that coalition to impose sanctions on Iran…”

We had a murderous dictator, Gadhafi, who had American blood on his hands, as I’m sure you remember, threatening to massacre large numbers of the Libyan people… Our response, which I think was smart power at its best, is that the United States will not lead this.”

“I’ll get to that.” (Concerning Benghazi)

The Libyan people had a free election the first time since 1951. And you know what, they voted for moderates, they voted with the hope of democracy.”

“I think it has to be continued threat from the spread of nuclear weapons, nuclear material that can fall into the wrong hands. I know the terrorists are constantly seeking it, and that’s why we have to stay vigilant, but also united around the world to prevent that.”

“Well, I’ve taken responsibility for it. I did say it was a mistake. What I did was allowed by the State Department, but it wasn’t the best choice. And I have been as transparent as I know to be, turning over 55,000 pages of my e-mails, asking that they be made public. And you’re right. I am going to be testifying. I’ve been asking to testify for some time and to do it in public, which was not originally agreed to.”

“I want to make sure every single person in this country has the same opportunities that he and I have had, to make the most of their God-given potential and to have the chances that they should have in America for a good education, good job training, and then good jobs.”

“This inequality challenge we face, we have faced it at other points. It’s absolutely right. It hasn’t been this bad since the 1920s. But if you look at the Republicans versus the Democrats when it comes to economic policy, there is no comparison. The economy does better when you have a Democrat in the White House and that’s why we need to have a Democrat in the White House in January 2017.”

“We have to deal with the problem that the banks are still too big to fail. We can never let the American taxpayer and middle class families ever have to bail out the kind of speculative behavior that we saw.”

“I represented Wall Street, as a senator from New York, and I went to Wall Street in December of 2007 — before the big crash that we had — and I basically said, ‘Cut it out! Quit foreclosing on homes! Quit engaging in these kinds of speculative behaviors.’”

“I never took a position on Keystone until I took a position on Keystone.”

“I have been on the forefront of dealing with climate change, starting in 2009, when President Obama and I crashed (ph) a meeting with the Chinese and got them to sign up to the first international agreement to combat climate change that they’d ever joined.

“My plan would enable anyone to go to a public college or university tuition free.”

“I think that it was necessary to make sure that we were able after 9/11 to put in place the security that we needed. And it is true that it did require that there be a process. What happened, however, is that the Bush administration began to chip away at that process. And I began to speak out about their use of warrantless surveillance and the other behavior that they engaged in.”

“Well, I can’t think of anything more of an outsider than electing the first woman president, but I’m not just running because I would be the first woman president….Well, I would not ask anyone to vote for me based on my last name.”

“California has had a paid leave program for a number of years….And it has not had the ill effects that the Republicans are always saying it will have.”

“They don’t mind having big government to interfere with a woman’s right to choose and to try to take down Planned Parenthood. They’re fine with big government when it comes to that. I’m sick of it.”

“I know we can afford it, because we’re going to make the wealthy pay for it. That is the way to get it done.”

“Well, in addition to the NRA, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the Iranians.”



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Hillary Clinton fired from Judiciary Committee Investigating Watergate

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Despite Hillary Clinton promise, charity did not disclose donors

For Clintons, speech income shows how their wealth is intertwined with charity

Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company

The Disastrous Clinton Post-Presidency

Do Hillary’s Fair-Pay Talking Points Apply to Her Own Family?

Clinton Foundation Quietly Revises Mexican Billionaire’s Donation

The Spy Satellite Secrets in Hillary’s Emails

Senate committee seeks email facts from Clinton’s tech company

Hilliary Servers Kept in Bathroom Closet of Loft Apartment

Hillary Clinton’s Computer Company Wasn’t Cleared for Classified Material

The Time Hillary Clinton Networked from a Funeral

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Posted by Don Anastas - October 14, 2015 at 6:12 am

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How Obama Would Defund the US Military

Obama - anti-Military, anti-American

It’s fairly well known, if you’re an honest broker of the truth that Barack Obama has little use for the United States military. He’s decimating all branches and more concerned with integrating the LGBT community openly into the services as well as placing women in combat roles although test after test has shown they are not capable of that duty.

But Obama likes to use his leverage and we know he as a pen and a phone as well as an Un-American attitude. Obama promised over 6 years ago he would close down Guantanamo Bay but has yet to do so. He has release many prisoners who have ended up back in terrorists camps and back on the battlefield.

Currently Congress has the Defense Authorization Bill named the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which has been authorized for five decades running. Yes FIVE DECADES!

But Obama wants something and he has threatened to veto the bill if Congress does not authorize the closure of Guantanamo Bay. Obama has the fewest veto’s since President Garfield who didn’t finish his first term in office.

So let’s shut down a prison camp for terrorists or better yet, let’s defund the military, put our national security at risk and blame Republicans.

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Posted by Don Anastas - October 7, 2015 at 6:50 pm

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