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Posted on Nov 10, 2016 in Bernie Sanders, Democratic Party, Donald Trump, Elections-U.S., Hillary Clinton, Obamacare, Public Opinion Polls, Republican Party, Scott Walker, Social Issues: Free Trade and Labor displacement., Social Issues: Gun control, social issues: Racism | 0 comments

How Hillary Lost: It was she that got off message down the stretch, not Donald!!

  While it is early in poll and voting analyses to draw any final conclusions, one overlooks the importance of staying on message down the home stretch at their own peril. This obviously includes making the right priorities in determining how the short time allotted to candidates in campaign rallies (and the television coverage of those speeches) is spent–in short, which messages should be stressed. I would argue that Hillary contributed mightily to her own demise based on some of the data that has been revealed even this early, as well as my own observations–made now and in the past. Sure, FBI Director Comey’s meddling in the election where and when he shouldn’t have no doubt played a big part in the outcome, as did latent racism among the large cohort of white, low educated, men and women. (More on the latter gender-group’s voting patterns in a moment). Those were known going into the final ten or so days, and despite those influences, a solid victory was still in reach by...

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Posted on Nov 3, 2016 in Bernie Sanders, Cruz, Democratic Party, Donald Trump, Elections-U.S., Hillary Clinton, immigration, Iraq, ISIS, Jeb Bush, Middle East, Obamacare, President Obama, Public Opinion Polls, Putin, Republican Party, social issues: Racism, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Emails on her private server=dishonesty=Hillary- Have the Republican “dirty tricks” gurus outfoxed the Democrats

    When Bernie Sanders famously said: “Enough of those damned emails,” many thought they’d heard the death-knell of that wearisome argument. Just this week, President Obama referred to it as “all that noise,” designed to confuse new voters about Hillary’s trustworthiness. The concept of “noise” comes from cybernetics and it refers to anything that interferes with a message sent by one party to another–we laymen also know it as static. Sad to say, we are all familiar with static on our cell phones which keep us from hearing the other person’s words and messages. The static in this case, as we all know by now, are the dark references to some of Hillary’s emails. Of the emails, President Obama also noted that while Clinton, while serving as his Secretary of State, made an “honest mistake” by using a private email server, as it was now “being blown up into just some crazy thing,” which will affect new voters when they hear “all that noise.” Why now, you may ask, all of this focused static. Well,...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2016 in Democratic Party, Donald Trump, Elections-U.S., Public Opinion Polls, Republican Party, social issues: Racism | 0 comments

I empathize with patriots, and consider myself one as well, but Kaepernick is right on this–also update on the polls

  Unquestioning pride in everything that our country does may be good for some, but definitely not for all Americans. Many thought that principle was established during the Vietnam and Iraq wars, where lies about the Gulf of Tonkin incident drew protest by those who didn’t blindly believe all that their government was telling them. Many didn’t want to appear to be supporting the government in this endeavor which they felt were based on lies.  Lies that if Vietnam Fell to Ho Chi Minh’s Communists from the north, Laos, Thailand, the Philippines would then all fall like dominos in a row. Lies about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Lies that got us into wars that became disasters. Lies that they challenged and protested. Colin Kaepernick started the current brouhaha at the San Francisco 49ers first regular season game by sitting and not holding his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem. He did this in protest of white-America’s ignoring the police-killings of unarmed blacks. He had a message, but...

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