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Old 10-03-2016 , 05:06 AM     Mrs.Mom est dconnect  search   Quote  
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybens...uters-n2227172
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-1...ide-agreements
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/do...rticle/2603450


FBI Allowed 2 Hillary Aides To "Destroy" Their Laptops In Newly Exposed "Side Agreements"

Why would the FBI do this, unless they were pressured to do so by the Obama administration? At the hearing, the FBI director said there was not enough evidence to indict Hillary. But he never told the American public that the FBI allowed Hillary's two aides to destroy evidence.
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Old 10-03-2016 , 05:50 AM     Xí Xọn est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Originally Posted by Mrs.Mom
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybens...uters-n2227172
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-1...ide-agreements
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/do...rticle/2603450


FBI Allowed 2 Hillary Aides To "Destroy" Their Laptops In Newly Exposed "Side Agreements"

Why would the FBI do this, unless they were pressured to do so by the Obama administration? At the hearing, the FBI director said there was not enough evidence to indict Hillary. But he never told the American public that the FBI allowed Hillary's two aides to destroy evidence.

Polling của ông Trump bị freefall, không biết hở sis?
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Old 10-03-2016 , 06:51 AM     Mrs.Mom est dconnect  search   Quote  






Look at what Hillary Clinton said about illegals in the past. That sounds just like what Trump is saying now! She's a flip-flop.
Bill Clinton also said 20 years ago, what Trump is saying now. But if Hillary Clinton's husband says it, it's OK. But if Trump says it, Hillary calls Trump racist!
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Old 10-03-2016 , 06:59 AM     newface est dconnect  search   Quote  
the ugly Hillary vs the bad Triump. I will choose the ugly.
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Old 10-03-2016 , 11:18 PM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...=.f8085dc9fefe

The Washington Post

Steve Case: Why I’m voting for Hillary Clinton

By Steve Case September 28



Steve Case, a co-founder of America Online, is chairman and chief executive of Revolution and author of “The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future.”

I’ve been involved in policy for three decades, since AOL played a pivotal role in getting the nation online in the early days of the Internet. Initially, my focus was on commercializing the Internet, expanding access and putting appropriate rules of the road in place. In the past decade, my focus shifted to encouraging pro-growth policies that foster innovation, generate jobs, help start-ups and create opportunity. I was proud to work with a Democratic president and a Republican House to help get the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act passed four years ago, and I have spent countless hours meeting with members of both parties on immigration reform, patent reform and pro-start-up economic ideas.

Despite my active engagement on policy, however, I’ve tried to steer clear of politics. I’ve avoided endorsing candidates or making big contributions to campaigns. I’ve wanted to be nonpartisan, able to work with people on both sides of the aisle. Indeed, I’ve been troubled by the hyper-partisanship that has defined our politics of late, and by the resulting gridlock that has set in. The United States faces many challenges, but in my view our greatest threat may not be external forces but rather our inability to work together to move our country forward.

So my inclination is to continue to stay out of politics and continue to quietly build working relationships with both Republicans and Democrats. I’d prefer to be positioned as a builder of bridges and consensus.

But I’ve decided to make an exception this election. I have concluded that I cannot sit on the sidelines this year. At this pivotal time, the choice is too important.

I’ve decided to back Hillary Clinton for president for four reasons.

First, I think she’d be better for our economy, especially with respect to innovative technology and start-ups. Donald Trump knows business, but his campaign has been backward-looking on the economy and oddly absent of ideas to spur creation of the jobs of the future. Clinton understands what we need to help start businesses and will invest in education, advanced manufacturing and basic research. She’s not promising a return to a bygone era — she’s focused on making our economy strong for our children and their children. These forward-leaning policies are essential to ensure continued U.S. economic leadership.

Second, Clinton is right on immigration. To win in the global economy, our country must win the global battle for talent. Immigrants don’t take U.S. jobs; they create them. More than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were started by immigrants or their children: Think how many fewer jobs we’d have in the United States if these entrepreneurs and their parents had been kept out by a wall. Trump’s harsh policies will cost us jobs, and his even harsher rhetoric will chase away immigrant families whose children could grow up to be the next Steve Jobs (whose father was a Syrian refugee) or Sergey Brin (an immigrant himself).

Third, while Trump has been largely silent on technology issues facing the new economy, Clinton has put forward an agenda that has won considerable acclaim among technology leaders. She wants to appoint a chief innovation adviser, expand science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education and more. And she shares my view that it’s not enough to support a booming Silicon Valley — we need policies that promote the “rise of the rest”: a spread of start-ups to all parts of our country. We need to level the playing field so anybody, anywhere, has a shot at the American dream.

Fourth, I agree with Clinton on the need to control the deficit. Despite his populist rhetoric, Trump wants to give huge tax breaks to people like me, the very folks who have benefited greatly from the innovation economy, while many others have been left behind. In the process he would blow up our deficit and make the economy more unequal. I agree we need to simplify the tax code, but if we are going to give tax relief, let’s make sure it is in incentives for start-ups to grow and create jobs.

I think I get why Trump has been such a potent political force this year. I am well aware that millions of people are angry about their prospects and fearful that the forces of globalization and digitization have left them behind. I also recognize many are frustrated by politics and feel we need an outsider to shake things up. But I don’t think Trump is the answer, for those people or for the country.

I don’t agree with everything Clinton has said and done. I take issue with some aspects of her platform, and I worry about her inclination to all too often view the government as the solution to problems. If she becomes president, I’m sure there will be plenty of times I will disagree with her. But for 2016, I believe Hillary Clinton represents the best choice for the United States — and our best hope to remain the most innovative and entrepreneurial nation in the world.

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Old 10-03-2016 , 11:21 PM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...=.8a1271f4b865

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I’ve always voted Republican. Until now.

By Daniel Akerson August 17



Daniel Akerson was chairman and chief executive of General Motors from 2010 to 2014 and was vice chairman and special adviser to the board of directors for the Carlyle Group from 2014 to 2016.

I am the son of a World War II and Korean War veteran. As a young man, the men I respected most were my father and my uncles, who collectively fought in the Battle of the Atlantic and the invasions of North Africa, Sicily, D-Day, Iwo Jima and Inchon. I came of age in the service of our nation. I never had a draft card. I entered the U.S. Naval Academy before my 18th birthday and served in the Navy for five years. My older brother volunteered as well. Simply put, it was expected. We were raised in a good Catholic home and believed in God and country. My wife of 44 years and I have sought to pass these values to our kids and grandkids.

And I have always voted for Republicans for president. Not this year.

The compelling rationale behind this decision: leadership. A good leader must demonstrate such qualities as competence, integrity, empathy, character and temperament. Hillary Clinton has these essential qualities. Donald Trump does not.

Trump simply lacks the competence to serve as president of the United States. His knowledge of economic policy and foreign affairs is rudimentary, at best; his views are misguided. His threat to impose prohibitive tariffs on trade would repeat mistakes that contributed to the Great Depression. His words and actions have rattled our European and Asian allies at a time when Russia and China are resurgent. He has demonstrated neither the capacity nor the inclination to learn from experts in global economics.

Trump claims great business prowess. Running the U.S. government is perhaps the most complex global chief executive job in the world. Everything one does as the leader of the free world is watched by markets, foreign governments, our competitors and our enemies. This requires a steady hand and temperament.

When I worked at General Motors, our global operations comprised more than 100 plants and roughly a quarter-million employees. Supply-chain management and the orchestration of commodities, parts and components around the globe required a multinational, interdisciplinary effort. In every chief executive job I have had, my team and I spent countless hours analyzing global trends, listening to experts, learning from others and making informed, reasoned decisions. Trump does none of that. While running a successful hotel business is honorable and hard work, there is no comparison to running a sophisticated global operation such as the U.S. government. Trump is simply not up to a job of this complexity.

Long ago, I learned an old Navy saying from a good friend and now-retired admiral: “Ship, shipmate, self.” This motto set the priorities for my life during my service. The civilian equivalent would be “country, fellow citizen, self.” As individuals and as a nation, we must aspire to serve the greater good. We must exhibit the empathy that places the greater good of the nation and its people above individual self-interest.

Unfortunately, Trump has appealed to the lowest common denominators in our society: prejudice, xenophobia and intolerance. He has mocked people with disabilities, tarred ethnic minorities, demeaned women and insulted religious leaders, including the pope.

When Trump questioned the patriotism and sacrifice of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and, thereby, other prisoners of war, he demonstrated a complete lack of respect for the men and women in uniform, as well as our veterans. He appeared unable to empathize or comprehend the sense of isolation and despair associated with years of imprisonment. But he did not stop there.

When asked how he has sacrificed for our country, Trump compared his experiences in real estate to that of a mother who lost her son after that brave young man volunteered for service in the U.S. Army. Trump’s complete lack of empathy and his failure to understand the heartache of a grieving mother disqualify him from being commander in chief. What kind of person equates the sacrifice of the loss of a child to that of creating jobs or making money?

Trump has resorted to schoolyard name-calling and skewed the truth too many times. I simply do not believe that Trump could stand tall like John F. Kennedy did during the Cuban Missile Crisis, demonstrate the strength of Ronald Reagan in bringing about the end of the Cold War or articulate the vision of George H.W. Bush to support a unified Germany when the wall came down.

By contrast, Clinton has been tested. She has demonstrated balance, calm and an even temperament. She has an unparalleled knowledge of foreign and economic policy; she has run complex organizations such as the State Department. Over the years, she has demonstrated that she can take criticism and work with even her most strident political opponents. Like other leaders, including myself, she has made mistakes. I believe she has learned from those mistakes. In my opinion, she is ready to be commander in chief on Day One.

Many of my fellow chief executives will question my decision to speak out. My choice is grounded in the Midwest values that I learned from my parents and grandparents. I hope and believe that one day my grandchildren will be proud that I stood up to speak out about what is right for our country. Ultimately, our greatest duty to our country is to put our future, and our children’s future, above partisan politics.

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Old 10-04-2016 , 06:19 AM     Mrs.Mom est dconnect  search   Quote  
"Everything you need to know about Hillary Clinton can be understood with this simple phrase," Trump said. "Follow The Money."



http://www.realclearpolitics.com/vid...the_money.html
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/0...a-money-228873
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Old 10-04-2016 , 09:13 AM     Mrs.Mom est dconnect  search   Quote  
http://www.martinoauthor.com/hillary-clintons-failures/


As Hillary Clinton is now running for president, it is necessary to take a good look at her record in order to gain a glimpse of how she would perform as the president. After going over her success and failures over the past few years, I was able to accumulate a list of her failures and accomplishments.

List of Hillary Clinton Failures:

Gave Russia a reset button which reset cold war
Lack of a coherent plan to address the Arab Spring
Deteriorating relations with Israel
Assessment of Bashar al-Assad (whom she labeled a “reformer”)
Cluelessness that withdrawal of U.S. forces in Iraq would give the radicals a foothold
Benghazi scandal
Lack of bringing to justice the jihadists who killed our 4 Americans
Victory lap on Osama bin Laden giving a false impression of al-Qaeda’s decimation
Blindsiding the Israeli prime minister with a public declaration of U.S. policy on “1967 borders”
Backing Hugo Chavez’s candidate in Honduras rather that the middle and business classes’ choice (who was also pro-American)
Relaxation of Cuban sanctions followed by Alan Gross’s imprisonment
Surprising Poland and the Czech Republic by pulling out anti-missile sites
Embracing Hosni Mubarak (calling him a family friend) just when pressure was needed to prevent what ultimately became his overthrow
The lack of a cogent approach to the Middle East
Failing to take decisive action in Syria before jihadists poured into the country
The decision to overthrow President Gaddafi in Libya
Downplaying human rights, especially with China
Failing to robustly support the Green Revolution
Engagement of Iran and foot-dragging on sanctions, allowing Iran to reach the cusp of a nuclear weapons capability
Announced “pivot” to Asia without carrying through
Erased email server
Clinton cash
Maintaining the status quo with Pakistan
Lied to FBI and to Congress
Creator of ISIS by pulling out of Iraq too quickly despite military recommendation not to
Called Trump Supporters “Basket of Deplorables”

Colluded with DNC to cheat Bernie Sanders
Called millennial voters lazy and living in parents' basement
Hid from the American voters her health problems
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Old 10-05-2016 , 04:08 AM     Mrs.Mom est dconnect  search   Quote  




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Former President Bill Clinton came under fire Tuesday for remarks he made at an event in support of his wife's presidential bid that critics saw as a decidedly harsh criticism of ObamaCare.

"You've got this crazy system, where all of a sudden 25 million more people have healthcare, [but] the people that are out there busting it--sometimes 60 hours a week--wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half," Clinton said in Flint, Michigan.

"It's the craziest thing in the world," he said.
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