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  1. I doubt Trump will be elected in the general.
  2. If seems likely Trump will win the Republican nomination, upping the level of absurdity reached with the Palin ticket.
  3. If America elects Trump as Pres, we will have officially "Jumped the Shark," becoming a caricature of our celebrity obsessed self.
  4. The POTUS is like the Queen of England, yielding little power beyond ceremonial and doing the bidding of the plutocracy.
  5. A perversely curious part of me actually wants to see Trump win; just to see what will happen.
  6. It is interesting to observe how women are not nearly as slavishly devoted to Hillary as Black folks are to Obama.
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I hate to say it but Trump is less scary than Clinton. She is all about power. His ego may make him a better President than Hilary. However I am not a fan of the Donald.

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Has anyone noticed that most of our policies that regulate education, banking, crime & punishment,  security, et al have not changed much since the Reagan administration? If there was a change,  it made the law more corporate friendly?  

I don't think a Hillary Clinton administration will make broad sweeping changes. I imagine the same players will have a seat at her table.

I haven't watched closely enough to see who is aligning themselves with Trump. 

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Well, I'm glad to see that this board has been brought back to life.....lol.
 

 



Like Troy, I also doubt that Trump will be elected as President.

Mel stole a little bit of my thunder...lol....because I share her observations of there being little change since the Reagan era.  Even if Trump does get in,  it really wouldn't make THAT big of a difference.
National politics and policy tends to remain the same regardless as to WHO gets in office be it a Republican or Democrat. 

Obama is in office right now, he's been in for the past 7+ years....have things IMPROVED for Black America or have things gotten worse?
Black America has lost more actual wealth under Obama so far than they had under George W. !

Much  of his policies thus far from cash-for-clunkers, to Obama Care, to continuing the war on Terror seems to eventually benefit Republicans and the rich more than they do the people who voted for him.

We need to take a page out of the Republican's playbook and start focusing more on local politics and gaining individual and communal wealth and build from that we will be in a position to have some real power and influence over national politics.


 

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To me, this is an election as much about questions as about answers. Why do millions of black Americans as well as their leaders support Hillary?  Will Hillary pass up a chance to create a great legacy or just go along with business as usual? When people allow candidates to symbolize their hopes and grievances, are they setting themselves up for disappointment in view of past history?  If a Democrat like Obama couldn't keep his promises, what kind of results can a Progressive independent like Sanders have in initiating reform?  Would a Trump presidency allow America to openly become the bigoted anti-thesis of democracy that it has always been? How well-equipped are Bernie and Donald to operate in the global arena? Is the United States of America on track to implode with internal dissent and, like the Roman Empire, fall?

As someone who has been retired for 24 years during which time, whomever was president made little difference in my day-to-day life, how many others are there like me who have simply stayed under the radar?

Why should I even bother to vote?  

 

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Pioneer the board has life because of folks like you; it is simple as that.  

I was listening to Thom Hartmann (a liberal radio talk show host) this afternoon and he was interviewing a guy who thought Trump might select a sensible, true republican, female running mate.  I thought if that happened The Donald may have a fighting chance, indeed with any decent running mate he has a chance.

I was in FL a few days ago and some older white guy, almost certainly a retiree, asked me what I thought about the election.  He immediately told me he was a Trump supporter.  Now the guy was quite friendly and reasonable. This was not some rabid, Obama-hating-racist, rather he was a guy that wanted a change in the way the country is being run, and he thought Donald was the one most likely to bring that change.

The other sentiment out there is the one Cynique raised, "Why should I even bother to vote?"  This sentiment is shared by many people.  I feel that way.  I'm not excited about voting for Hillary or Trump.  This sentiment is expressed in the "Bernie or Bust" position many Sanders people have taken.  This sentiment appears to hurt Hillary more than Trump, as Trump supporters seem more motivated... like Bernie supporters.

I think Bernie has a much better chance of beating Donald than Hillary does.  Hillary represents politics as usual.  Bernie and Donald represent change, much more so that even Obama demonstrated, and certainly promised.  This is the appeal of these candidates.  The polls support my impression of Bernie being a stronger candidate against Trump than Clinton.

Despite all the rhetoric you heard from many people about how important it is to vote, I don't buy into that concept for several reasons.  One is that If there is no candidate you are interested in supporting, then why vote?  I see no reason to force someone to vote for a candidate they do not support.

Since Donald is now the presumptive nominee, it looks like the republicans are getting their party aligned, while the Democrats are going battle it out all the way to the convention.  The republicans beginning to show more party unity than the Democrats.

7. Unless Bernie gets the Democratic nod, Trump has a very real chance of becoming president.

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3 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

We need to take a page out of the Republican's playbook and start focusing more on local politics and gaining individual and communal wealth and build from that we will be in a position to have some real power and influence over national politics.

Pioneer, yes! 

This has been my reason to vote since before I left Brooklyn in the 90s... EVERYTHING happens at the local level. Thanks to the Republican party in Illinois, I saw this from the field...They put me in the game. And that game is brutal and those dudes are gangsta.  I mean, drive-by gangsta too.  

It just so happen I was in the right place to be appointed a precinct committeemen for the Republican party..Precinct committeemen is an elected position but you can also be appointed by the State's county party chairman.  I was appointed to the position in 2006 and I held until I voted for President Obama in the 2008 primary.  (you cannot be a republican precinct committemen  and pull a democrat ballot :heavy sigh:)  In Illinois and I suspect most everywhere, as a precinct official,  you are responsible for registering the people in your precinct (right there in their homes)  and campaigning for the candidates you believe in..The candidates are beholden to you, (kinda).  In this position you can literally stop a candidate from making it to the ballot or even to office.  I made sure I did my best to make sure one millionaire didn't get on the ballot because he wanted to be involved in too many bedroom issues.  But I digress. That is how much power is in the hands of the precinct committeeman at the local level.  

It was a great learning experience and although I'm a swing voter who votes mostly on issues - I still appreciate the Illinois Republicans for giving me that opportunity.  

I'm a huge advocate for voting in every single election even those off-off year elections.   There are so many referendums on the local ballots that affect everything in our communities from how long judges can serve - to whether state workers can keep their pensions or have the state treasurer raid them (I voted on that one in Illinois before I left) to who sits on the school board to penny taxes that will put lights on our highways (commissioners discussed that last night in our local meeting)... I vote presidential simply because they are on the ballot when I go to vote.  ;)

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I'm not a political theorist and Astrological charts and human nature are informing my position. Trump is one of the most important Presidential candidates since King George I I. Since he signals a tectonic shift in politics. 

No I don't think he's business as usual since the Republican party aren't endorsing him.

 

There are a few Political Astrologers. Who believe Trump beats Clinton, but Bernie can defeat Trump because they both represent change. I think Trump would be a better President than either Clinton or Bernie. Bernie wants fairness Clinton wants power, and Trump wants his ego stroked. So failure is a bigger issue for him. And I believe be will be Machiavelliapurs order not to be a failure.

 

Will post more about the sinking stocks of the US

 

And the buy ib and sell out of politics.

This is the beginning of a bigger Geo Political swing. And a client changing of the guards that will be complete by 2024

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Putting what I'm about to say in context: I never go to Tweeter to read tweets. I don't have the app installed on my phone.  I do post tweets, but the majority of those are automatically generated without my involvement.  

Just now, I decided to go to Twitter and read what Donald Trump was tweeting. I was motivated to do this because anytime I turn on the radio to listen to conservative or liberal talk, they all comment on The Donald's tweets.  A couple of hours ago a guest on the Karen Hunter Show was talking about Donald liking "the Mexicans" because he likes the taco bowls made in the restaurant in his office.  

Note to liberal radio talk show hosts:  If you really do not support Trump stop talking about him so damn much.  

So I did something which is essentially against my religion; I visited Donald's twitter account to see what I'd find.  I did find the tweet about the Taco Bowls.  The guest misquoted the tweet making the tweet sound much worse than it was.

The 30 or so Tweets I skimmed were all pretty innocuous.  He tweets pretty frequently, so I'd image the media have to be looking at everything he writes to find sometime controversial to talk about.  Donald has 8 million followers (2 Million more than Hillary) all of his tweets are liked and shared thousand, or tens of thousands of times, basically Donald is a "Twitter Master."  

I guess the next thing we will be reading is Twitter's role in to making Donald a viable candidate for presidency. 

One tweet that caught my eye was:

LOL! I know that's right Donald.  

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Cynique

Will Hillary pass up a chance to create a great legacy or just go along with business as usual? When people allow candidates to symbolize their hopes and grievances, are they setting themselves up for disappointment in view of past history? If a Democrat like Obama couldn't keep his promises, what kind of results can a Progressive independent like Sanders have in initiating reform? Would a Trump presidency allow America to openly become the bigoted anti-thesis of democracy that it has always been?

Great questions you raised.

I actually was FOR Hillary over Obama during the '08 election.
Not that she was a saint....as I knew she wasn't, but I figured that she'd be more of a fighter on certain issues dear to Black and poor people than Obama who just came across as too cereberal and professorial.....and now I'm CONVINCED that this is the case.

I think that regardless as to whether Trump actually gets in office or not, the damage has been done. He has indeed did what he was promoted to do....which is make racism and facism more acceptable in public discourse.
His entire presidential run was about dismantling the idea of political correctness.
However I don't know if his backers and promoters anticipated the backlash among progressives and especially progressive youth who have been challenging him at every turn lately.
Last week they hemmed him up so bad somewhere in Arizona they forced him to run out of his car for safety....lol.

 


As someone who has been retired for 24 years during which time, whomever was president made little difference in my day-to-day life, how many others are there like me who have simply stayed under the radar?

Why should I even bother to vote?  

Well, if the WRONG person gets in office and eliminates social security and pensions like they've been doing on a LOCAL level to many retirees....you may have to come OUT of retirement and find a job again just to eat!

I'm sure you won't feel like posting much on AALBC after spending a day splashing around down at the carwash, lol.


 




Troy

 

Pioneer the board has life because of folks like you; it is simple as that.

Ahhhh....lol....ever seen a Black man blush??

I didn't know
Thom Hartmann was still on the radio.
I used to listen to him all the time when I lived out West.
Him and Mike Malloy.


 


as Trump supporters seem more motivated... like Bernie supporters

Trump motivates his supporters the same way Sarah Palin did, by talking in a highly charged by very simple way that appeals to the lowest intelligence of the demographic.

As with Palin....many people who support Trump has no idea what he actualy stands for but he talks so base and low class that they can easily understand HIM and what he's saying in his speeches.

I've read stories where people who've lost thier factory and lumber jobs in rural parts of the nation see Trump as a savior if elected.
They really believe that he'll help them even though he doesn't even patronize them with a lie that he will.

This man simply gets on stage and tells people that they are unemployed because their factor closed down....that's it.
Or he'll tell a mother that she can't afford medicine for her children because the cost of medicine is rising....and leave it at that.
He doesn't say who caused these problems NOR does he offer a solution to them....he basically tells people what they already know.
But they see it as him speaking to their needs and that's enough to win their support.

Who knows....with any luck Hillary will choose BERNIE as her running mate and that would almost certainly bury any chances Trump has of winning.

 

 

 


Mel

This has been my reason to vote since before I left Brooklyn in the 90s... EVERYTHING happens at the local level. Thanks to the Republican party in Illinois, I saw this from the field...They put me in the game. And that game is brutal and those dudes are gangsta. I mean, drive-by gangsta too.

You brought up another good point I forgot to mention.
Black people need to stop focusing on party affiliations and focus more on the actually ISSUES themselves.
This calls for us to be more ANALYTICAL in our thinking.
We have to be able to decide who has our best interest in mind at any given election and go with THAT candidate regardless of their party affiliation.  Which means on a local level some times we go with the Democrat, other times we go with the Republican, and other times still we go with the Independant.
But we go with whoever promises to and continue to carry out our agenda.

I learned a lesson studying African immigrants around the United States.
Many of the Nigerians down in Texas are actually Republican.
When you ask them why it's not just because of family values and business, but also because Nigerians are extremely intelligent and business minded and heavily involved in LOCAL POLITICS as a way of fortifying their business success.

They talk with their money and Republicans know it and cater to it.

 

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Do you see the Genius oF Cinco de Mayo, he has insulted Mexicans in what almost appears to be a compliment. Trump is a Marketing Genius. Don't forget he is really good at Promotion. Think about it can you tell me what business he owns, maybe, maybe not but you know the Apprentice and You're fired even if you never saw the show. He is a combination of George Bush Ronald Reagan and Ross Perot. He will win because people will vote for him because he is at their level. Clinton is too intelligent too savvy and seems like a power hungry guy, that has a string of dead bodies behind her. Bernie sounds like a dope smoking socialist, which sounds too much like a communist.

 

Sorry about that Troy

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@Delano, I did not write the statement above that you've attributed to me.  I'd appreciate it if you posted a link to where you found it, and attribute it to the person who actually wrote it.

Besides, what point are you trying to make by copying what someone else wrote, posting a seemingly unrelated photo, and adding no comments of your own?.

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Lol.....
I think the vast majority of Americans actually CAN relate to a "perceived" dope smoking socialist more than  a rich business tycoon who likes firing people.

However who a person can relate to and who they think would be better at running the country can often be two different types of people.
Unfortunately many Americans have bought into the foolish idea that a nation should be ran like a business...and if follows that they would assume a businessman would make a better President.

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Well you can fire me Del, cause, and I know I'm in a minority here, but "reality" TV never ever interested me.  

I take that back I did watch an episode during a party for Randall Pinkett, the brother who won one year. A buddy agented his book.  Actually I'm surprised the media is not parading Omarosa, Randall and all the other Black Apprentices--maybe they have a gag order in their contracts :-)

Listening to the news there seems to be more reluctance than I originally thought, by some in the GOP to embrace The Donald. The republican party is a disaster.  They better embrace their boy and hope Hillary does not get indicted if they want a chance to win the whitehouse.

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Election time is now coming to an end but I'd like to ask everybody,do you think that Donald Trump has rigged the election for him?You have to look at the fact that he has illegally campaigned for president of the U.S.He bought the election. He's unqualified to be president. Now he has the nerve enough to tell peoplet to change their votes and give the election over to him.Have you ever heard of any candidate behaving like this in American History?Trump is a crook and he needs to go to Jail.

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I don't think Donald rigged the election.  Trump got to where he is in a manner that is perfectly consistent with the way the process was designed to work. 

What are the qualifications to run for President?  I'm sure we all appreciate the most "qualified" people to be POTUS wouldn't subject themselves to the process--it has nothing to do with qualifications... otherwise you'd think the republicans can do better than Trump or Palin as candidates.

Yeah, Trump is a crook, and probably should have done a little time for the University scheme he ran. But Bill Clinton was a crook too, and we elected him for two terms.  

We'll get the candidate we deserve.

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What crime did Bill Clinton commit? And, running for president does have something to do with qualifications.  Every chief executive in modern day history, with the exception of Trump, has had qualifications in the form of the experience that comes from having held a previous political office, as well as holding a law degree. Whether these leaders make the office, or the office makes them, depends a lot on the whims of the Legislative branch of the government as well as the Judicial.  It would be more accurate to say that in the ruthless arena of politics, what qualifies one to be President is an ability to wheel and deal at home and abroad. The Presidency is not the Papacy.  It is a job that requires someone who can walk it as well as talk it.  Donald Trump's only qualification is that he embodies all of the malcontents who this country reeks with.

A vote for Trump is either a vote for a return to the oppression of the past, or an exercise in narcissistic obstinacy manifested by taking pride in oneself for being judgmental about Hillary, fixated on all the unproven accusations, while blaming her for the sins of her husband. IMO     

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What crime did Bill Clinton commit? Seriously?  Bill is at worse a rapist and best a sexual predator, he is likely a criminal, then there is Whitewater, of course, all the shenanigans at their foundation, and on. That is before we even talk about the havoc wrecked on the Black community with the hyper-inceration and draconian drug laws. 

Not all criminal go to Jail Cynique--especially the rich and powerful.

No, the Presidential election is not like selecting the Pope. No one wants to trade "leave no child behind" for "Leave no child's behind." :o

I'd agree with you in principal about a POTUS's qualification, but in practice, we see this is not true. Because it does not square with what actually happens. It is possible that Trump can be elected president on Tuesday, and he is very likely nuts.

I think the candidates we have is a reflection of a population that is both ignorant and uneducated--due to no fault of their own.  It is all of our faults.

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The Clinton saga is all about the spin-doctoring of his haters and defenders. What we have proof of, is that Bill Clinton balanced the budget, kept us out of war and gifted workers with the family leave bill. What we can observe is that none of the half-truths made by his detractors have benefited from objective scrutiny and - by the way, he is not who is running against the unprecendented, unqualified Donald Trump.  Bill Clinton's wife, who has endured 30 years of unrelenting demonization by those who blindly hate her, is the one seeking the office, eager to focus her considerable skill sets on fixing the country, - now that she has feathered her own nest. 

Bill Clinton is, however, guilty of believing he was doing the black community a favor by what he thought would deter crime.  He has since admitted his good intentions  "paved a pathway to hell", and the old guard of black civil rights veterans have apparently decided to forgive him. Moreover, in 2016 all of those incarcerated in the 80s are out of  prison, and many of those remaining are being pardoned by Obama, the injustices committed against them inspiring Democrat promises to get rid of the stop-and-frisk laws, harsh sentences for victimless crimes, and an overhaul in policing procedures.  And what party do you suppose the Walmart family dynasty, who engages in slave labor, belongs to??

As the omniscient, oracle known as Oprah has declared, nobody is asking voters to like Hillary or invite her into your house for tea. The election is pitting a "demagogue against democracy", and the choice is clear. The venerable Bernie Sanders emphasizes that this is not the time for a protest vote! It's about what will best serve the country.  Even if Hillary does nothing more than maintain the status quo which at least acknowledges that reform is necessary, that is far better than what a Trump presidency with all of its mean-spirited, foolhardy goals will be.

  

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Cynique you asked what crime did Bill commit?  It is fascinating how Clinton's rapes and infidelity roll off him like water off a duck while the other Bill (Cosby) was vilified.  This is not about "hate;"  It is about power.

Of course, hindsight is 20-20 and I know full well how Black folks were desperate to see crime rate go down--I was one of them.  But what we did not know was how much money rich folks were planning to make by locking up over a million Black people. When you compare this to the government's reaction to the current epidemic of heroin use by white people; it becomes obvious where the source of the actual hate comes from and who it was directed against.

I think characterizing a critique of the Clinton's as "blind hatred" is simplistic.  Here is a recent article about Hillary and some of her scandals written by The Atlantic. You can't read this and not view Hillary as a flawed candidate.  This is not "spin" or "hate;" it is journalism. 

So while Clinton is far and away a more desirable candidate than Trump, let's not pretend that Hillary is even close to being an ideal candidate.  To do so reveals a complete blindness to her behavior or an ignorance of it.

Again, we will learn a lot about our country after this election, which states go to Trump, what the turnout is, who wins the popular vote, it will be fascinating, were it not so scary :o

 

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Who did President Bill Clinton rape?  And did he force his attentions on Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones?  Seems like he spent most of his time with his mistress, Gennifer Flowers, which makes him an adulterer more than a sexual predator. Whatever.  In any case, as you say, it is all about the power men have been exerting over women dating back to the cavemen days when they carried a club and dragged their mates by the hair.  

And by now everybody agrees that Hillary Clinton is far from perfect. Her ardent black supporters, however, will tell you all about the good programs she established for women and children and other helpful legislature she got passed during her term as a senator, and how she has been a target of vicious right-wing conservatives for 30 years, characters who are just as devious as she is accused of being.  And crusader Michael Moore will tell you how, during her husband's term of office, she put her heart and soul into an attempt to bring about affordable health care in this country, and was crucified by the Republican congress for doing so. Barak and Michelle Obama will tell you that no one is more capable than she is.  

The question remains: If Hillary is elected president, what will we have to fear?  That she won't  keep the campaign promises that include implementing the progressive input from Bernie Sander's platform? That she will favor the rich and continue her conniving ways and try to capitalize on her position as chief executive by making secret deals to increase her personal fortune? That she will put a hit out on her enemies or drive them to suicide?  My gut feeling tells me that this 69-year-old senior citizen is now ready to put her crafty talents to work for the good of the country. But, others cling to the spitefulness that they try to pass off as "integrity".  So let them penalize her by casting their ballot for Trump, or by wasting their vote on either the Green or Libertarian party candidate or any other name they choose to write-in if this will make them feel good about themselves.

And, of course, Trump supporters can tick off all the reasons why they believe their candidate would be best for this country so it obviously boils down to one's world view.  Such is life.  

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Juanita Broderick accused Clinton of rape and he paid Paul Jones almost a million dollars to go away.  A quick search will provide many credible sources and a great level of detail, for those interested.  Bill is objectively a sexual predator.  Also, it was not that Hillary was a victim here; she actively worked to silence these women.

The left criticizes the right for overlooking all of Donald obvious flaws, but the left does the same thing with the Clintons.  

But hey she is better than Donald. The devil you know...

 

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"Don't need qualifications to be president."I've really learned something today.Then I guess you can be real stupid and vote too.Trump has just as much the character of a rapist as Bill Clinton.(I ain't telling you something I know which has been swept under the rug).Anyway,what has Bill Clinton's problems got to do with the Hillary Clinton's campaign..The same dumb stuff coming back when Al Gore was trying to run for president in 2000.

Trump is now president of the U.S. and has the capability of becoming a dictator too .He is now saying that the people who gave Clinton the popular vote were commiting fraud.He's so greedy he can't accept the fact that he won , he has to have the popular vote too.

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Trump is going to turn on all the people who backed him. . He will be the most important President in our lifetime. is divisiveness will force people together. He is signalling a major shift. I reckon the next President will be under 50 years old maybe even 40.

 

Troy we are in agreement that Trump is the President America deserves. He is us.

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Well, he's not the president I deserve cause I never supported him.I'm one of the protestors saying "NOT MY PRESIDENT."And true, Delano he has already turned on the people who supported him.But I think people will turn on him also.Especially

if he keeps making promises to poor workers he's not going to keep.

I think we will have our first third world tyrant governing the U.S.

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There is some discussion that the electors may not actually vote for Trump.  I've been listening to NPR, so I'm not sure if this is just hopefully liberal echo chamber stuff or something that is actually likely to happen...

I don't think the masses will turn on Trump. While I've been playing down the racist element of his support, but they are not insignificant.  Rather than turn on Trump they will be convinced that the problems were caused by the Blacks, the Mexicans, the Muslims...  The masses will be pitted against each other; this is the way it always goes in America.  

While we fight amongst ourselves, Trump and his boys will get fatter.

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Xeon

Lol.

It was a COMMENT.....not a prophecy....or even a declaration.

Notice in my very next statement I even entertained the possiblity that he COULD be elected by saying,


"Even if Trump does get in......."

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I too was making a comment, not a declaration or a prophecy.

I doubted he become president--but never, for a second, had i ruled it out.  As I moved around the country I saw that he had a lot of support outside the major cities.  

In any case, I don't think it is a laughing matter, but to each his own...

 

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My statement  was an astrological prediction, six  months ago .  It was not a position taken by most astrologers either. I am comfortable being  in the  minority opinion and being right . 

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Del

My statement was an astrological prediction, six months ago . It was not a position taken by most astrologers either


You said Trump COULD become the next President.
You didn't say it was definate or even most likely.
So your statement didn't meet prediction standards.....lol.

It was a mere comment just like Troy and mine but from the other side of the coin.

 

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On 5/5/2016 at 6:34 PM, Del said:

I'm not a political theorist and Astrological charts and human nature are informing my position. Trump is one of the most important Presidential candidates since King George I I. Since he signals a tectonic shift in politics. 

No I don't think he's business as usual since the Republican party aren't endorsing him.

 

There are a few Political Astrologers. Who believe Trump beats Clinton, but Bernie can defeat Trump because they both represent change. I think Trump would be a better President than either Clinton or Bernie. Bernie wants fairness Clinton wants power, and Trump wants his ego stroked. So failure is a bigger issue for him. And I believe be will be Machiavelliapurs order not to be a failure.

 

Will post more about the sinking stocks of the US

 

And the buy ib and sell out of politics.

This is the beginning of a bigger Geo Political swing. And a client changing of the guards that will be complete by 2024

Jut thought this needed repoting

On 12/25/2016 at 11:17 AM, Pioneer1 said:

Del

My statement was an astrological prediction, six months ago . It was not a position taken by most astrologers either


You said Trump COULD become the next President.
You didn't say it was definate or even most likely.
So your statement didn't meet prediction standards.....lol.

It was a mere comment just like Troy and mine but from the other side of the coin.

 

On 9/27/2015 at 5:28 PM, Del said:

Ok I did a reading about the upcoming elections on 17 Sept 2015. Yeah Cynique your sentiments echo my delineation. Troy your close but it could be much worse.

 

Here's the delineation.

 

The 2015 United States of America Presidential Elections

The people Want a leader who will hide their true motives and 

be the firm but unpredictable mother. However they will change 

their mind 26 days after the Inauguration of the Presidnet. 

Let's call them Lily.

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On 5/5/2016 at 5:59 PM, Troy said:

I guess the next thing we will be reading is Twitter's role in to making Donald a viable candidate for presidency. 

Nailed that one didn't you! LOL!

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Del

in about two weeks the 26 days will expire. I wold say his approval will be between - 26 - 31% plus or minus 7.

That's not much of a prediction brutha....lol.

For one, 26% to 31% plus or minus 7 basically amounts to a margin of 19% to 38% !
.....a statisical hole big enough to drive a truck through.


While I don't believe anyone KNOWS the future except God, I do believe some people can
indeed PREDICT future events based on various factors.

But for me to honor a prediction I have to have a specific event tied to a specific date.
It can't be blurry or vague allowing for too much wiggle room.

 


By the way.....

What does "Let's call them Lily" mean?

 

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