Saturday, March 5, 2016

Why the Republican's are losers!

Why the Republican's are losers!

Trump had the opportunity
to get the African- American
vote , and blew it.
There was a "perfect" time for (1)>>Donald Trump to get the African- American vote , but that opportunity was blasted away with all royal arrogance . Last Saturday , A (2)>>Black Lives Matter protester who disrupted a Donald Trump stump speech  was beaten and kicked by supporters of the loud-mouth candidate. Trump, without stopping his speech, dismissed the disruption.“Get him the hell out of here!” the GOP presidential candidate said to cheers. “Throw him out.”---- Here was prime time for Trump to turn the other leaf , show the nation the he rose higher than the rest of the GOP right wing nut jobs ---- instead he blew it,  getting support from ex- (3)>>KKK David Duke ( if not racist elements)  into the political game . I personally can say that Trump has sent the rest  GOP into corner , yet after spending time listening to the Kansas speechs of the likes of Ted Cruz & Marco Rubio , comparing what they are all saying ( within a bric a brac ) . Like Trump they (Cruz & Rubio ) are saying virtually the same thing . If Trump is extreme , Cruz , Rubio were throwing into the political soup : God , religion , and the right to bare arms .  Honestly I don't recognize  the current Republican party as it was in it's heyday as a party of Civil Rights , even Ronald Reagan to make mention. Hypocrisy is what is eating away the party that calls upon God given rights , but the GOP has  put a blemish to those rights.The immigration problem beside Trump's 10 billion dollar wall is but a echo of what Cruz was just proposing in Kansas . It's the same thing . The same mention : Kick the illegals out . Cruz wants to abolish the IRS , I have  to give him just one star on this proposal . My question , one flat tax rate for who & whom ? , sorry Cruz you wont get away with (4)>>eliminating IRS without dealing with tax and spend state of California. Just ridding the IRS could be bad for the nation . While I hate the IRS , I think our taxes are too high with mention of those who recently sell , or bought homes recently , while the government has a right Constitutionally to levy taxes on us .Mind you, this isn’t even a debate about spending money the government is collecting from taxpayers. It’s about money the government is borrowing from future generations of taxpayers to the tune of more than $18 trillion. Without a regulatory system like the IRS , we must see our taxes go threw the roof , that idea will get most states to find  other means to raise money . Otherwise with the Trump monster on the loose the establishment Republican leadership is afraid. They have not won the young voters , or the "minorities" etc .  They say a failed government shutdown would alienate independent voters in 2016. Apparently, they don’t mind alienating Republican voters. It doesn’t even occur to them that independents might actually be attracted to Republicans with backbone – well the Trump-ites.The Republican race had narrowed to four men: Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio, and Gov. John Kasich. The  GOP candidates have yet to offer compelling alternatives to Obama—leaving us to languish in this political stalemate. The Republican debates, the  aspirants struggling for attention in a more pedestrian setting couldn’t rely on Obama’s rhetorical stiletto swipes. They launched verbal cruise missiles against each other and against the president. The candidates started by aiming less  at the Democrats, and eventually bashed each other, growling, clawing, elbowing and grumbling for two-and-a-half hours on themselves !


(1)>>Donald Trump. The Republican leadership, such as it is, has shrugged off these slurs. Romney, who now spurns Trump, embraced the birther in chief during his 2012 presidential campaign. Cruz and Rubio have echoed Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric. Cruz, casting aside the distinction between legal and illegal immigration, is attacking Trump as a squish because, after deporting undocumented immigrants, Trump would let them apply to re-enter the country legally(2)>>Black Lives Matter . Yes, Black Lives do matter . As much as Trump's " all lives matter...". Ignoring  the American genocide of Native Americans , yes Black males via gang shooting , police race profiling , shootings again . However, as the Black Lives Matter movement seeks a greater role in shaping the conversation around a justice system that disproportionately affects African Americans, candidates are reacting in decidedly different ways on the campaign trail.How each party responds both rhetorically and substantively to such activists, who have taken to the streets across the country in protest of police brutality and racial profiling, could shape turnout among black voters in November next year. (3)>>KKK David Duke. Having previously blamed a faulty earpiece for failing to condemn KKK, Trump said he couldn't just come out and condemn groups generically because
Let us dispel with the notion that Donald Trump doesn’t know who David Duke and the KKK are. In 2000, Trump briefly flirted with running for president on the Reform Party ticket, but concluded that the party was too full of extremists.Trump’s complete mendacity coexists with a twisted sort of honesty about his own motives. He doesn’t pretend to be anything but a bigot and a bully. Sunday, a few hours before refusing to condemn white supremacists, he retweetedEven in the unlikely event Trump had never heard the term “white supremacist,'” “white” coupled with “supremacist” is kind of self-explanatory. Donald Trump declined repeated invitations Sunday to disavow the support of former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke — even though he did just that on Friday."I don't know anything about David Duke, OK?" Trump said on CNN's State of the Union. "I don't know anything about what you're even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists. So, I don't know."After the broadcast, amid a torrent of criticism, Trump tweeted out his answer to a similar question during a Friday news conference — he said then he didn't know about Duke's endorsement, but "I disavow, OK?" Trump was condemned over the weekend by Democrats and many Republicans for seeming to stumble over disavowing Duke and other so-called white activists who have been supporting him. Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr., has given an interview with white nationalist radio host James Edwards, who once wrote that slavery was the best thing to happen to African-Americans, Politico reported Wednesday. Amid the fears of association with racists, Trump captured victories in seven of the 11 primaries and caucuses held on Super Tuesday and is poised for more victories in coming contests.David Duke, a white nationalist and former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, is urging the listeners of his radio program to volunteer and vote for Donald Trump.“Voting for these people, voting against Donald Trump at this point is really treason to your heritage,” Duke said on the David Duke Radio Program Wednesday, referring to Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. “I’m not saying I endorse everything about Trump, in fact I haven’t formally endorsed him. But I do support his candidacy, and I support voting for him as a strategic action. I hope he does everything we hope he will do.”. (4)>>eliminating IRS. Cruz may not be able to get rid of the IRS, but apparently he got rid off all the schedules on his returns. The sad thing, is people will actually believe Cruz and Rubio are being transparent here. But Cruz also thinks he can eliminate the IRS. Or, in any case, "the IRS as we know it." Has anyone asked him just why he thinks this? His tax plan still has a 10 percent income tax. It has a standard deduction. It has a child tax credit. It has an EITC. It includes a charitable deduction. It includes a home mortgage deduction. And there's a business VAT to replace the corporate income tax. So who's going to oversee and collect and audit all this stuff? It is true that the problems with our tax code are legion. It is also true that for most people, most of the stuff you list has no impact on their federal tax return.Most of the complexity of our tax code is there to provide benefits to the rich, the upper middle class, and businesses. Some of it is also there to provide benefits for the poor and lower middle class because starting with Clinton it just became so much easier to implement benefits via tax credits than more direct methods.The agency has other critical duties, too, above and beyond collecting taxes. Congress requires the IRS to oversee key economic subsidies such as the Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income families, the mortgage interest deduction and charitable contributions.

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