Friday, May 27, 2016


1.       Obama and Hillary have been the most anti- Israel duo in US history.,

2.       They are both pro radical Islamic jihadists. Militant islam wants her to win.
says we should fight Islamic terror with more “love and Kindness”
refuses to see any connection between islam and 99.9% of terror conducted by Muslims
She is FOR catastrophic Iran deal. Trump says worst deal ever.
3.       She is most corrupt person ever to run for Potus
4.       She applauds Obama’s policies which have led to record poverty. wants to double down on Obama’s catastrophic presidency Obama worst POTUS ever.
5.       She applauds Obama’s policies which have led to doubling our national debt.
6.       She applauds Obama’s policies which have led to strangulation of business and record number of people quit looking for work.
7.       She applauds Obama’s policies which have led to lowest growth of economy for 8 straight years
9.      Her email scandal is treason, our top top secrets hacked by Russia, china, North Korea

10.  Her criminal phony foundation has taken $2 billion, mostly from Islamic jihadi nations, and used 10% on charity vs Trump continuing acts of kindness 5Phony foundation is criminal. Takes $2 billion from mostly from jihadist Islamic states seeking favors while she is Secr and spends on lavish lifestyle

13.   Trump has long history pro- Israel, has top pro -advisors will reduce business strangling regulations, lower corporate taxes, keep out isis terrorist from infiltrating, protect the First amendment threatened by Clinton, keep out illegals,
15.   She wants to destroy the coal industry Stated she wants to put coal and fracking out of business, make us more dependent on foreign oil
16.   She wants no border controls
17.   Her economic plans destroy business, jobs, strangle the economy
21.  Out-of-control anger Is hated by her Secret Service detail for out of control anger issues.
     a. Justified Hamas shooting 10,000 rockets at random targets in Israel.
     b. On whose watch 4 Arab countries fell apart to terrorists.
     c. Began Russian reset appeasing advancing Russia
d.     Began Iran deal negotiations of which she approves. They admit they lied to sell it
23.  Immoral. She laughed about getting child rapist off for technicality as defense attorney.
24. Flip flops so much we have no idea what she actually will do


The charge Trump has no specifics is BS. He has broad vision, has appointed Sen. Jeff Sessions
to head his foreign policy advisors, Larry Kudlow loves his tax plan, he says he will balance budget with the penny plan, has detailed medical policy on his page.
Why Trump could be a GREAT President.It is a gamble. And i think he is WRONG on trade but....

1. Will close the borders and deport illegal felons that Obama opened
2. Will slow Muslim immigration which endangers us that Obama did. It is the law
3. Will destroy Isis that Obama pretends to fight
4. Will improve balance of trade
5. Will cut business killing regulations that Obama instituted
7. Will support our allies that Obama repudiated
8. Will end Obamacare
9. Will end “sanctuary cities” harboring illegal immigrant felons that Obama encouraged
10. Will rebuild our military Obama gutted
11. Will improve care for our Vets Obama ignored
12. Will stop IRS and EPA abusing citizens Obama did
13. Will reform welfare that led to our record poverty under Obama
14. He won’t be Hillary: corrupt, pathological liar, scandal after scandal, sold out nation for profit, aided Islamic terror,
15. Will keep Gitmo open and add "lots of really bad guys"
16. Will scare world leaders of enemies to cooperating, as Reagan did.
17. Close to Israel PM Netanyahu
18. Breitbart gives 5 more reasons
19. Will balance budget with "penny plan"
20. Names Sen. Jeff Sessions to form foreign policy adviser team

If he does this, he will be a GREAT President. 
Obama worst president ever 
Obama is a radical Islamic jihadist

Paul Muffoletto Top Ten Reasons for Supporting Donald Trump:

1. Donald Trump is immune to special interest lobbying because he has accepted no special interest money. No other candidate can make this claim.
2. Donald Trump knows how to negotiate. No one builds an international business empire the size of Mr. Trump’s without being able to win at the negotiating table.
3. Donald Trump is an executive. The President of the United States is the Chief Executive Officer of our nation. We don’t need a policy expert or a legislator – we need someone who knows how to run an organization. Mr. Trump is the only candidate who has a proven record as a successful executive on a large scale.
4. Donald Trump is honest. Mr. Trump is a man who tells the truth. He may not always say it in the most polished way, but our country has had enough suave liars. It is time for some straight forward honesty.
5. Donald Trump is decisive. We hear about his having business interests that filed for bankruptcy. In each case, he looked at the situation as it was, and then he cut his losses. We need someone who will look at government programs realistically and if they are failures; will end the wasteful Washington spending.
6. Donald Trump is courageous. Mr. Trump has been viciously attacked by the Washington establishment and the media – and he has not budged one inch. In other words, he is willing to take charge and lead.
7. Donald Trump listens. At Trump Presidential events, the audience gets to actually speak to him without being screened, and he responds without a teleprompter.
8. Donald Trump understands that a nation without borders, language and laws is not a nation.
9. Donald Trump has actually read the Bill of Rights, and is willing to defend its provisions. He is not afraid to speak about Christian persecution, and protecting gun rights.
10. Donald Trump loves this country – and says so. He wants to make America great again –and he will!

5 Reasons Why Trump Would be a Better President than You Thought

Would President Trump be that bad?

The establishment would have you thinking that.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
 repeated the same platitudes and half-truths several times following his embarrassing performance on Super Tuesday—Trump is a racist, Trump is not a conservative, Trump isn’t electable, etc. The reaction? Everyone laughed.
Nothing changed at the Thursday night debate. Many of the attacks leveled at Trump seemed to be made up by a junior high school focus group. Those that actually had substance—and there were a few great barbs by both the candidates and the moderators—questioned not only Trump’s honesty and integrity, but also his “conservative credentials.”
Trump, the establishment says (along with the anti-Trump crowd), is all image and no substance, a “reality TV star” who doesn’t understand the Constitution or American government. His “debate” performance seemed to solidify this critique. After all, Trump does not give concrete answers to policy questions and maybe spends too much time on the size of his hands.
But let us consider five reasons why the establishment and the anti-Trump crowd may be wrong about a President Trump:
1.) “I’ll look into it”: A President Trump who will “look into” a particular situation is not the same as a president who will unconstitutionally legislate from the Oval Office. We have seen that Trump has good advisors, particularly 
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
 of Alabama, a man whom no one would confuse with a weak-kneed liberal. Sessions has been the most vocal opponent of illegal immigration in the Senate. Does anyone think that his influence would lead to a Gang of Eight scenario and compromise from President Trump? “Looking into it” might produce a push for even more stringent immigration policies from Congress. If Trump says he will support it, Congress would be foolish not to act.

2.) Trump won’t start WWIII: Among the remaining candidates (including the Democrats), Trump has been the most vocal opponent of military adventurism. He has suggested he will take the fight to ISIS, but Trump has been insistent in his belief that the Iraq war was a mistake, that American blood has been shed in a misguided attempt to restructure the Middle East, and that a real conservative American foreign policy would place American interests first, ahead of those of foreign nations. Trump’s foreign policy would be closest to the founding generation’s desire for peaceful neutrality. As a businessman, Trump understands that peace produces prosperity, both for the American federal republic and the people who reside here.
3.) We may get Judge Napolitano: No, not Janet Napolitano, but Judge Andrew Napolitano for the Supreme Court. Critics have charged that Trump would likely appoint a rabid leftist for the bench, perhaps his sister, but in a recent interview, Trump advisor Roger Stone hinted that Andrew Napolitano might be Trump’s first choice to take Antonin Scalia’s seat on the bench. It would make sense. Napolitano has a high profile in the media and is rock solid on civil liberties. And though he appears regularly on Fox News, he is not an establishment favorite, nor would he be an establishment choice. It would be as unconventional as a Trump presidency. That is good for America. Who needs another Harvard lawyer on the Supreme Court bench? We have a clear example of how a Harvard Law grad has screwed up America. He currently resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Hillary Clinton thought he would make a good Supreme Court justice.
4.) Trump brings back the Reagan coalition: It wasn’t that long ago that people used to salivate over the 1980s Reagan coalition of blue-collar Democrats and white-collar Republicans. Trump has that kind of appeal. This is why his message resonates across the political spectrum and why many Americans are supporting him. If the Republican Party is serious about a “big tent” philosophy, Trump is their guy. Most conservatives vote Republican because they lack real alternatives. It is better, they think, to hold their nose and pull the lever for Mitt Romney than vote for Barack Obama. This hasn’t worked, and American knows it. Trump represents real America, what Glenn Beck recently derided as the “bubba effect,” and real America is ready to kick the establishment to the curb. They want jobs, security, and someone who isn’t afraid to stand up to the cultural Marxism of the establishment, both Left and Right. Reagan would agree. He nailed the “bubba” vote as well. That worked out ok.
5.) Trump cleans up corruption: Trump has made clear that he intends to prosecute Hillary Clinton if elected president. That is a good start, and candidate Hillary doesn’t stand a chance against the verbal onslaught Trump would bring to a Trump v. Clinton campaign. She has never encountered someone like Trump as a candidate. He is not awe struck by the Clinton machine. But more than that, Trump prides himself on efficiency. Grover Cleveland, the last good Democrat elected to the executive office, rode a wave of anti-corruption into the executive mansion and proceeded to remove as much of the cancer from Washington as possible. It would not be hard to image a similar great purge of establishment corruption from D.C. should Trump be elected. It would be like shining lights on cockroaches. Clinton would be the first target, but other vestiges of Washington corruption would be getting a Trump scrubbing. Who wouldn’t want that?
At the end of the day, Americans should ask, “Do we want a chief legislator, a dictator in chief who already has an agenda and like Teddy Roosevelt, Wilson, FDR, Truman, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Obama etc., will force Congress into submission?” We have already seen how that screwed up America. Think the New Deal, Fair Deal, and the Great Society. Making America great again will take a different kind of leadership, one in which “I’ll look into it” is preferable to “I’ll act even if it’s unconstitutional.”

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