Saturday, December 19, 2015

Putin's Trumpet.

Putin's Trumpet.
Donald TRUMP just got his biggest endorsement : Russian President (**) Vladimir PutinPutin in fact was VERY diplomatic in his reply - he praised Trump's personality.Putin praised Donald Trump on Thursday for wanting deeper ties with Russia and described him as the “absolute front-runner in the presidential race.”“He is a very flamboyant man, very talented, no doubt about that... He is the absolute leader of the presidential race, as we see it today. He says that he wants to move to another level of relations, to a deeper level of relations with Russia. How can we not welcome that? Of course we welcome it,” Putin said during his traditional end-of-year Q&A session with journalists. However, the Russian president noted that he was ready to work with whoever becomes the next US head of state.  (1)>> Trump said in October that he and Putin "are very different" but suggested that the two men could move beyond the frigid relations that have come to define U.S.-Russia relations under President Barack  Obama."I think that I would at the same time get along very well with him. He does not like Obama at all. He doesn't respect Obama at all. And I'm sure that Obama doesn't like him very much," Trump said then. "But I think that I would probably get along with him very well. And I don't think you'd be having the kind of problems that you're having right now." Donald Trump basked in the praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin and returned the compliment by noting Putin's poll numbers "in the 80s" and calling him "powerful" during an interview Friday morning.In a  interview, on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," host  (3)>> Joe Scarborough asked Trump whether he'd considered the brutality of Putin's tactics. Scarborough pointed out that Putin "is also a person who kills journalists, political opponents, and invades countries. Obviously that would be a concern, would it not?" Trump responded, "He's running his country, and at least he's a leader, unlike what we have in this country." Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump responded to Vladimir Putin’s comment, in which the Russian president called Trump “the absolute front-runner,” stating that it was a “great honor” to receive praise from a “highly respected” leader like Putin.“It is always a great honor to be so nicely complimented by a man so highly respected within his own country and beyond,”Trump said at a rally in Columbus, Ohio. I understand hes the only one praising Putin. But, I would stay cool and support no one than a bad one like Trump, besides, one thing is for sure: It doesn't really mater who will be the next guy in DC, he or she will have to deal with Russia as partner anyway. The Americans know it, a good example is the Kerry visit this week> a true sign from Washington that there will be and there cant be any "world policy" without Russia. Did he want to fly to Moscow? No, Did he Must fly to Moscow? Yep.So my message to Mr. Putin: play your Trump cards close to your chest and wait, the next guy in DC will come to you, there is no choice anyway, as to undoing the foreign policy mess of Mr. Obama.
Trump's Trumpet.
He’s a billionaire. Many of his supporters are low-income victims of a shrinking middle class. Trump's populist rhetoric, including attacks on Islam and Washington insiders, hits home to a huge group of Americans who worry about immigration and the growing threat of terrorism, who are sick of what they see as political correctness run amok, who feel trapped by a changing economy, and who — most significantly — (2)>> have lost faith in a government they believe has let them down and left them behind. Does Mr. Trump ruin the Republican brand? That tends to be the eager question of those who hope he will ruin the Republican brand. But he’s his own brand. He doesn’t call his hotels “Republican Plaza.” He spends much of his time knocking Republicans, setting himself apart from the party and its contenders.In the past two presidential elections, the Republican Party tried to shove down on voters throat their choice candidate.  In the process they became their own worst enemies, and now again they are trying to alienate their best presidential candidate, Donald Trump.  Don't republicans ever learn?  With this attitude they are heading toward losing a presidential election against a week opponent for the third time in a row.  Trump is the best republican candidate, and with a solid Republican Party support he can easily win.  Listen to the voters.  Trump is in number one place. 

(**) Vladimir Putin. While the majority of Democrat and Republican candidates have been scoring points by criticizing  Russia, Trump has taken a different tone, saying he wants to work with Moscow if elected.“I have always felt that Russia and the United States should be able to work well with each other towards defeating terrorism and restoring world peace, not to mention trade and all of the other benefits derived from mutual respect,” he reiterated on Thursday.Trump has said in the past that he sees himself getting along with Putin. “I would get along with him,” Trump said in September. “I would get along with a lot of the world leaders that this country is not getting along with.”Trump has also expressed strong support for Russia’s bombing campaign against terrorist groups in Syria, which started on September 30 following a formal request from Damascus.“I like that Putin is bombing the hell out of IS,” Trump said in October. “I’ll tell you why. Putin has to get rid of IS ’cause Putin does not want IS coming into Russia,” he added.(1)>> Trump. Putin cements Trump's status as a world leader, not just the overlord of American Media. In just the past 48 hours, 18 million people watched him debate, 15,100 people attended the AZ Airplane Hanger Rally, Trump was the Headliner on O'Reilly, and Trump was the lead guest on Kimmel.Meanwhile, Obama is being ignored as he makes the same tired all is well speech almost every day now, Sanders only appears on milk cartons and the Cruz Rubio Feud has gotten as livelly as dos Prima Donas en una Telenovela! As the election season continues on and Trump becomes the nominee and gaining in popularity, you will see the liberals frothing, cursing, foaming, spewing and convulsing their vile hatred. It's gonna be great! They will then see and feel what it's been like having Obama. The difference coming is that the liberals will not accept the will of the people. My advice to you.... don't get to frisky with Trump as President... you won't like it. (2)>> have lost faith in a government. When I look at Hillary Clinton's achievements I can't name any substantial good accomplishment.  I am not alone.  On the other hand I can easily recall at least six substantially negative executions of her:  the HMO fiasco of the 1990's, the White Water lies on national television, her miserable performance as Secretary of State, her ill-fated war recommendations, her hand in creating the Russian uranium supplier monopoly, her incompetence in the Benghazi cover up. Do I want such a political harlot to run the United States?   (3)>> Joe Scarborough. Jack Scarborough claims that PUTIN WAS MURDERING JOURNALISTS????? I have never seen any CORROBORATION OF THOSE CLAIMS....and what I think is that the MEDIA is trying to start A SPIN STORM WITH THOSE COMMENTS SO THAT WE CAN ALL HATE PUTIN AS MUCH AS THEY DO!!!!

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