My Message to Trump Supporters.

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I really have to say this because this is really directed to people who still are supporting Donald J. Trump. Your "leader" is a joke! This Government shutdown is hurting people who are Federal Employees. Some aren't receiving a paycheck and are forced to work for free. Why? Trump wants a stupid wall that will waste money and it will not make America safe as Trump claims. 

For the past 4 years, I have warned people that Trump is a danger to this nation. Read my past posts. Before the beginning of the Shutdown, Trump had told both Speaker Pelosi and Senator Schumer that he will own the shutdown and what does he does? Blame the Democrats for it. No Mr. Trump, this is on you and to quote President Harry Truman, "The buck stops here!" This isn't Speaker Pelosi, Senator Schumer or the Democrats fault, this is entirely your fault Mr. Trump!

To all you Trump Supporters, this is your fault and you are responsible for hurting people who are being affected by the shutdown and some of you are already affected! Do you now believe that Trump cares about you? His actions speak for him. His wife was on a Military Plane going to Mar-A-Lago and we, The American People are paying for it! He has also given senior members of his WH staff a pay raise while Federal Workers aren't! This is wrong!!!

Trump Supporters, I have nothing else to say to you and are disgusted by what you have done to your fellow Countrymen and Women and to this nation. Take a good look in the mirror, it doesn't lie! 

Comments

Leroy Added Jan 19, 2019 - 6:51pm
Let's hope RBG retires soon and has a long, happy life.
John Minehan Added Jan 19, 2019 - 6:59pm
The whole thing illustrates what they call "a bus ride to Abilene." 
 
I think people in Congress (on both sides of the aisle) know there is a workable compromise to be had and people in the Administration know it as well, 
 
But NOTHING happens.
 
 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Jan 20, 2019 - 2:04am
Trump Supporters, I have nothing else to say to you 
 
If only that were true. 
 
Flying Junior Added Jan 20, 2019 - 2:21am
Gregory,
 
You need to come in with your balls out, your arms packing and fucking hammer like a motherfucker on the sins of this godless fucking idiot president.  Every goddam time you talk like it should be completely obvious that Trump is a dangerous quantity.  You've been warning us since summer of 2016, right?
 
I fought this vile serpent every step of the way, day by day and moment by moment with everything I had.  I hate that fucking demon.
 
It's not obvious to your opponents.  You need to bring it home.  This should be easy with all of the dirt and the shit on this fucking president that comes out on a daily basis.  Fucking try harder or nobody will listen.  Ever.
Flying Junior Added Jan 20, 2019 - 2:25am
That was a good rant.  I'll give you a like in its honor.
Benjamin Goldstein Added Jan 20, 2019 - 5:10am
"This Government shutdown is hurting people who are Federal Employees."
That's why we like it.
Eric Reports Added Jan 20, 2019 - 6:46am
If Trump wants to build a wall, declare a national emergency, and have the military build it.  
Weak immigration laws in 2001 led to 9-11.
Gsm, what did Obama do for your people?  Allow race riots?  Tell the police to stand down?
Dr. Rupert Green Added Jan 20, 2019 - 7:16am
@ Gregory. "I really have to say this because this is really directed to people who still are supporting Donald J. Trump. Your "leader" is a joke! This Government shutdown is hurting people who are Federal Employees. Some aren't receiving a paycheck and are forced to work for free. Why? Trump wants a stupid wall that will waste money and it will not make America safe as Trump claims"
 
When folks have dug their heels in, one does not dislodge them with force of words, but with gentle caressing words that warm their underneaths. (Read Aesop's wind and sun contest)
 
Hitler had his supporters and Jesus had is persecutors--people blind to the reality.
Leroy Added Jan 20, 2019 - 8:34am
For the 15% or so of federal government workers who are competent and responsible, I am sorry that you are not receiving a paycheck.  For the remaining 85% of obstructionists and do-nothings and incompetents, find a real job.
FacePalm Added Jan 20, 2019 - 9:47am
Gregory-
You say Trump is a "joke."
You know who isn't laughing?
Globalists.
Satanists.
Pedophiles.
Murderers.
Cannibals.
Child sex traffickers.
Adult sex traffickers.
Leftists/Socialists.
NWO/OWG scum.
MSM.
Current Democrat/Socialists.
 
Personally, i'm against all those except a minority of the MSM(like Hannity, Carlson, Jeanine Pirro, Greg Gutfeld, Laura Ingraham, Watters, and Lou Dobbs), and some of the original JFK-type democrats, most of whom voted for Trump. 
 
Will you declare exactly who it is that YOU are against?
Like, do you love America, its principles, Constitution, and it's voting system, or would you like the NWO/OWG unelected bureaucratic tyrants to rule you, instead?  Let's find some common ground, here.  Surely, you can't stand on the side of pedophiles, right?  So, go down the list provided, and let us know who you love and who you hate.
Leroy Added Jan 20, 2019 - 9:57am
"Take a good look in the mirror, it doesn't lie!"
 
My mirror says, "Damn!  You are a handsome guy."  My wife says it lies.  Thanks for settling the argument!
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 11:23am
Trump's Wall is to entomb America, and usually building walls is an indicator of a failing power. America no longer has the capacity to solve the economic crisis of South America that is driving millions to our nation. This wall will not stop the migration. Comparing it to Israel is a fallacy since Israel's neighbors are not trying to get in. Only a few militants are. A wall works on them but not on millions trying to get in.
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Trump's economic war against China is a joke. Both China and America are hurt by it and
China will become the dominant power in the Middle East.
China will develop Iran to become a first world economy
China will develop her OBOR (One Belt One Road) to connect Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, and Europe.
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By doing this  Arab Economy becomes a central market between Europe and the Far East.  Israel is checkmated and out of luck!
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 11:30am
Just like we were the world's largest oil consumer in the 1970s and by that we were in a position to dictate that the dollar become the currency for OPEC thus creating the Petrodollar.
Today China is the world's largest consumer of oil and is in the same position to dictate to her sellers that she will buy oil using the Petro Yuan. Saudi Arabia has already stocked up on Yuan and so have other OPEC nations. 
China now is the ME largest customer and the ME is one of China's largest markets. They buy far more Chinese items than American. China is investing billions into the infrastructure of the  ME while  America spends Trillions on wars in the ME for the sake of Israel.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Jan 20, 2019 - 11:44am
@ Michael.
 
"China now is the ME largest customer and the ME is one of China's largest markets. They buy far more Chinese items than American. China is investing billions into the infrastructure of the  ME while  America spends Trillions on wars in the ME for the sake of Israel."
 
Excellent analysis.
 
China is in Jamaica and in Africa.
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 11:58am
Green:
China plans to build a railway across Brazil and Peru connecting the Pacific with the Atlantic and bypassing Panama. Since China will own this railway she will have an exclusive connection between these oceans in the South American economy. 
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Russia plans to build 3 strategic ports in Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. that will be the first time tha Russia has military posts in the New World since the time of the Tsars. 
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Trump's wall psychologically alienates and already alienated leaders of South America. 
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I wouldn't be surprised if China comes up with a trans-African railway connecting Egypt with South Africa. 
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South Africa is already part of China's BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) which has its own bank in Shanghai. 
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 11:59am
correction:
Trump's wall psychologically alienates already alienated leaders of South America. 
FacePalm Added Jan 20, 2019 - 12:08pm
It will be an interesting development to see how Brazil's new ANTI-GLOBALIST president will react to China's desire to build AND OWN a train line in his country.
 
Betcha he doesn't roll over to them.
 
No one sane will, once they take a look at how China treats it's own citizens, surveilling them 24/7, murdering thousands every year, punishing anyone who disagrees with the regime to the slightest degree...not to mention that they're currently helping the socialist dictator of Venezuela to implement the SAME "social credit score" system in their country as in their own, to prop up the criminal government there.
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 12:18pm
FacePalm
The entire OBOR is owned and managed by China. It runs across many nations. In Pakistan it is called the CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor).  Check it out on wiki. It is enormous, Investment of 60 billion, the largest investment Pakistan has ever got.
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China is transforming the Islamic world and developing key major Muslim nations to make the transition from emerging economies to developed economies and by doing so is lifting the Islamic world into the first world.
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China has a security force which acts like an alternative army, protecting these railways which cut across land connecting cities.
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A few years ago China sent a train from the city of Yiwu to Madrid carrying thousands of tons of goods. It was the longest transcontinental trip ever made & it did that on existing lines
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All China is doing is connecting the old Silk routes plus adding a few new ones. In addition to the OBOR China is investing in a whole gamut of other things like ports energy plants, manufacturing centers along these railways. 
 
Israel is scared shitless.
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 12:20pm
The "OR" (One Road) is the alternative to the railways of developing key ports across the world. Sri Lanka got 4 ports developed into deep water ports now capable of handling the biggest cargo ships or naval ships. 
FacePalm Added Jan 20, 2019 - 12:46pm
Yeah, China's "transforming the Islamic world" alright - by imprisoning all of them within it's borders, and putting any who resist their orders into slave camps or just murdering them.  Websearch "Uighurs, China" and learn.
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 12:57pm
FacePalm:
The province of Xingjiang is China's largest in area and richest in natural resources. I doubt if China is going to give independence to that province- Muslim or not.
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Suddenly the American media is highlighting that aspect of China. 
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Comparing China's human rights violations to neighboring India and its ruling party India is worse. What the Hindu militants are doing against the Indian Christians does not worry you. It worries me especially since these Christians are not demanding secession. 
opher goodwin Added Jan 20, 2019 - 1:26pm
He is a very dangerous joke. He certainly has lowered the world's opinion of the US. Fortunately he will soon be gone. 
He's served a good purpose though.
The reaction to him might just get a decent President elected and also get rid of the Republicans for a while.
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 20, 2019 - 1:43pm
Eric:
"Weak immigration laws in 2001 led to 9-11."
 
If illegals or a ragtag group of terrorists carried out 9/11 which broke through NORAD, and America's strongest defense system that protects the Pentagon, Washington DC and New York, believe me, Erik, no wall could stop these same ragtag illegals.
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So we have to rule out the absurd!!.
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When powers like Russia cannot penetrate NORAD that easily then common sense dictates that 9/11 was carried out by a sophisticated intelligence agency who probably got inside help to bypass NORAD and other defenses. 
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This becomes so apparent when our military easily subdued the Al-Qaeda and found their leader hiding in a hole in Pakistan.
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If the Al-Qaeda can carry out mission impossible by bypassing NORAD and attacking the Pentagon, they would have been impossible to catch and their leader would not be hiding in a hole in the ground in Pakistan. 
Jeff Michka Added Jan 20, 2019 - 1:56pm
Probably not soon enough, opher, and ol Greg to better please rightists deletes my comments like Ryan tells him to.  There's always a swing between Ds and former Rs, now Ts.  If Orange dildo isn't reelected, the "good white people" tribe will try an uprising,  and notice brave Ben Moldstein, supposedly living in Germany says "We" (who's "we?" Germans, cryptofascists like Ben, just whom?) like seeing government employees hurt..  May Ben and Ben's family be brutalized(hurt)  by migrants, 'cause "we" like it.  "We" like feeding locked out government workers that are our neighbors and care for our neighbors being held hostage by Trump for his silly Wall.  Go out and work with Neonazis in Germany if you want to see people hurt, may it be your people, you know...Germans.
FacePalm Added Jan 20, 2019 - 2:16pm
Bagala-
You ignore China's record of bestial brutality at your own peril.
The rest of the world has noticed...and is taking steps.
Dino Manalis Added Jan 20, 2019 - 2:25pm
 That's why Trump should pay for the wall himself, gain politically and end the shutdown immediately!  Some government jobs are critical and people have to be paid!
Leroy Added Jan 20, 2019 - 3:20pm
"In Pakistan it is called the CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor).  Check it out on wiki. It is enormous, Investment of 60 billion, the largest investment Pakistan has ever got."
 
Wow.  Good deal.  It took $143 Billion for China to buy all of Africa.  Pakistan got a heck of a deal for $62 billion.  Of course, that will pay for Chinese labors and Chinese businesses to perform the construction.  The Chinese do great work.  Just ask the Ecuadorians.  In the end, Pakistan has to pay for all this substandard work for which there will be little or no return.  It's not a gift.  When Pakistan can't pay, China gets something in return.  It's a debt trap.  Just ask the Ecuadorians how it worked out for them.
Gerrilea Added Jan 20, 2019 - 3:32pm
Gregory M--- The "talking points" aren't helping you, your position or convincing any of us that Trump hurting anyone.  If those in government don't want to work for free, they can always get another job, maybe one that does pay.  Alas, we know that they will get paid once he gets funding for a wall. Trump signed a bill to insure they get back pay already.
 
The POTUS (in the most powerful position in the world) and their spouse get security and use of military plans to do so.  The Speaker of the House gets what the POTUS, as commander in chief, offers. Maybe he's finally putting an end to Senators & House members (and their entourage) from using the military as a private taxi service.
 
Pelosi wanted to have an excursion to Europe while the government is shutdown.  IF that don't take the cake.  She's still getting paid and wants to gallivant around the world while not funding national security.
 
The longer it drags out, the better Trump looks.
 
Jeff Michka Added Jan 20, 2019 - 8:04pm
Of course, Moggy the dogfish doesn't see anything wrong with fed workers working without pay.  He's almost said he has.  For how long Moggy?  And property managers and bankers don't see a  problem loering credit ratings or starting foreclosure on fed workers.  You fascists and rightists have this comic book view of government workers, who are lazy by action and inept, much like the fascists and rightists are.  Hmmmmm.  I wonder how long you fascists and your rightists pards would worker without pay?  l Mogg the Turd wants this to be a Pelosi hate piece, needing another woman in government to hate, Hillary becoming passe.  Leave WB Moggy, and we'll go on like you don't exist.  Got a dogfish av pic yet?  Any bottom feeder pic will do well to "mark" you.
FacePalm Added Jan 20, 2019 - 8:08pm
Co-equal branches.
The general government of the United States intended a balance of power, such that each branch has checks upon the other.
 
"To maintain the ascendancy of the Constitution over the lawmaking majority is the great and essential point on which the success of the [American] system must depend; unless that ascendancy can be preserved, the necessary consequence must be that the laws will supersede the Constitution; and, finally, the will of the Executive, by influence of its patronage, will supersede the laws ..."
-- John C. Calhoun(1782-1850) American statesman
(and his words were prophetic, as Lincoln fulfilled them.)
 
The Executive has grown more powerful than any other branch, however...which works in the favor of the People with Trump in office, or will once he learns how to apply the powers of the presidency in a "state of emergency."
 
There are rumors right now that the deep state plan is to arrest and remove both Trump and Pence from office, whereupon Pelosi would take the presidency under the rules of succession, then she'd appoint The Liar as Veep, then Pelosi resigns and makes The Liar the president "like it should have been"(in their febrile imaginations) - and if this happens, there will be a civil war.
 
i believe that Trump is fully aware of this plot, however, and is preparing countermeasures in the event any fools attempt to implement it.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Jan 20, 2019 - 8:17pm
once they take a look at how DUHmerica treats it's own citizens, surveilling them 24/7, murdering thousands every year, punishing anyone who disagrees with the regime to the slightest degree
 
There, fixed it. 
 
Gerrilea Added Jan 20, 2019 - 11:17pm
Mogg T--- You really need to convince me that the Commander-in-Chief of the United States Armed forces isn't the most powerful position on this planet. 
 
Maybe you need a lesson on reading comprehension.  I never said anything about Pelosi even being remotely at the same level as the POTUS, she's only 3rd in line if both the President & VP are taken out.
 
The Speaker of the House does not control the most powerful military in human history.
 
 
Flying Junior Added Jan 21, 2019 - 2:41am
I am enjoying your comments, Michael Bagala.
 
But I have to scratch my head about how easy it would be to build a railroad through Brazil, Argentina and Peru.  Surely hundreds of men would perish in such a venture.  Would it not take as many as twenty years?  You have heard of the Andes, n'est ce pas?  The Amazon rainforest?
Leroy Added Jan 21, 2019 - 7:53am
"But I have to scratch my head about how easy it would be to build a railroad through Brazil, Argentina and Peru.  Surely hundreds of men would perish in such a venture.  Would it not take as many as twenty years?  You have heard of the Andes, n'est ce pas?  The Amazon rainforest?"
 
If any country can do it, FJ, it's China.  Lives don't particularly matter, especially if they aren't Chinese, but even if they are Chinese.
 
The Chinese are master builders.  I'm truly amazed at the overhead highways built in the mountains of China.
 
Twenty years?  No way.  There is a local project here.  It was probably ten years in the planning.  The implementation has been going on since 2014.  It is just a small section of overhead highways.  It is nowhere near finished.  Now, compare this to Shanghai.  It announces that it will start a new overhead highway to increase employment.  Three weeks later, about a mile of it is complete.  Image doing this in New York and you will understand the complexity and scale.  Ok.  So it was never completed and goes nowhere.  It was still an amazing feat.  And the Chinese do good work.  Unfortunately, some contractors skimp on the steel to make more money occasionally, but that is beside the point.
 
Rainforest?  Who cares about a psychedelic gnat?  The Chinese won't spend years studying it.
George N Romey Added Jan 21, 2019 - 8:33am
Yet his hero Obama when told by his economic advisers you will only have the money to either save the homeowners (most of which were losing their homes because they lost their jobs) or the bankers he chose the bankers.  Why?  Because the bankers funded his political campaigns.
 
This author like many others should go the library and read books.
Rusty Smith Added Jan 21, 2019 - 11:42am
The blame for the extended shutdown falls on both parties. It would be just as easy for Democrats to give Trump the funding he wants for his wall as it would be for him to sigh the existing budget without those fund in it.

Right now in a weird way the Democrats just might be proving many of the people who haven't been working, are in jobs that aren't as essential as we thought they were.  
 
If nothing really bad happens when those jobs don't get done, maybe we don't really need all those jobs or the money it takes to fund them.  By letting the shutdown continue Democrats might just be giving Trump the test period he needs to prove some jobs are not needed.

Perhaps in the next budget we can eliminate more nu-necessary Federal jobs.
Thomas Sutrina Added Jan 21, 2019 - 12:38pm
Gregory, the shut down is hurting mostly democratic voters since ~80% of federal employees vote democratic, they support big government, their employer.   Thus Pres. Trump is not harmed by this shut down at the voting booth.  The actual people that work at the border with Mexico even those that are Democrats support the President.  And so did the Democrats as part of the 'gang of eight' in 2013.  They supported the two or three 'fence acts' as well that have occurred in the past two decades.  The facts are not with Pelosi and Schumer.
 
Gregory you seem to forget that ALL SPENDING BILLS MUST START IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.  Thus Pelosi has to approve a spending bill.  The senate must approve the same spending bill as the house BEFORE IT IS SENT TO THE PRESIDENT'S DESK.  " quote President Harry Truman, "The buck stops here!" This isn't Speaker Pelosi, Senator Schumer or the Democrats fault, this is entirely your fault Mr. Trump!" 
 
The house and senate can over ride a president veto.  So the ultimate responsibility is in the hands of congress as the Constitution intended.
 
Want the language to improve on WB  then consider deleting Flying Junior Added Jan 20, 2019 - 2:21am    YOUR TRUMAN  THE BUCK STOPS ON YOU GREGORY
aCultureWarrior Added Jan 21, 2019 - 1:37pm
Donald Trump's secular humanist policies are nothing to laugh at Gregory.
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 21, 2019 - 5:14pm
I am baaaack!
Flying Junior:
Not really. China has some of the most ambitious plans of the modern age. Remember 3 Gorges dam the world's largest dam.  China OBOR is the most ambitious infrastructural transport program man has devised. It will "hard wire parts of East Asia, South Asia, South East Asia, West Asia, central Asia, across Russia, into Europe with ports and railways. 
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Just recently China achieved 100 million degrees centigrade (sun is around 16 million degrees centigrade) and sustained it for 108 seconds. That is long enough to prove Fusion technology is feasible. 
 
China plans to enter Nepal by cutting under the Himalayan range (around 300 to 400 miles of mountains)  creating a tunnel for a train. That train would be the 2nd one to enter South Asia, a region of 1 billion 700 million people. 
 
China just landed on the far side of the moon. It has not been done before. 
Flying Junior Added Jan 21, 2019 - 5:36pm
Wild.
Jeff Michka Added Jan 21, 2019 - 6:05pm
If India is real nice, the Chinese will hire Moggy the Turd to be the one and only public bathroom in Mumbai.  Moggy figures he's following Ryan's orders by reposting the same nasty comment about me like the comment about me, like it matters.  It matters to Moggy.  It matters to Ryan.  Doesn't mean shit to me.  But Moggy's open gaping mouth, just below the circular opening in a two holer, taking load after load of shit in downtown Mumbai or Delhi, does amuse me as a vision.  Keep up the good jerk, Moggy!!  Personally, I want the Chinese to build a new Panama Canal to allow me the option of moving to Honduras and opening a bar and whorehouse for canal workers, as opposed to moving to Italy then Spain in retirement,
Flying Junior Added Jan 22, 2019 - 3:00am
What happenned to the old hashish routes connecting us to Pakistan, Nepal and Lebanon?
Phoenix Added Jan 22, 2019 - 12:33pm
Give up your infatuation with what "the rest of the world thinks." That's your first problem right there. You care too much what other people think. Until you change that, you'll continue to tilt at windmills. 
Michael B Bagala Added Jan 22, 2019 - 1:19pm
Jeff:
What in the world? "If India is real nice" to China? Not going to happen. 
Jim Stoner Added Jan 23, 2019 - 12:47am
What Dino said. 
 
aCultureWarrior,  as a Secular humanist, or at least an ally of them, I object to your calling Trump one of us.   I denounce him (in the way he couldn't denounce David Duke).   I am willing to believe it was a joke, but if so, poorly labeled as such. 
 
Gregory,  You have to engage, man!  Look at the words they are putting in your thread and attributing to you. 
 
FacePalm, I will answer for you--why not?  I "hate" all the types from "Pedophiles" to "Adult sex traffickers", inclusive (don't try messing with the order above, or I will catch you on it).  The rest, no.  I find Satanists ridiculous, as I do Hannity, Carlson, Dobbs, Pirro, and Ingraham (the other ones I haven't noticed). 
You then say: 
Like, do you love America, its principles, Constitution, and it's voting system, or would you like the NWO/OWG unelected bureaucratic tyrants to rule you, instead? 
First, "it's voting system" is completely wrong on two accounts:  1) it's "its", not "it's".  How many times do I have to correct you?  2) our voting system sucks.  In Quality manufacturing terms, its (note, not "it's") Cost of Bad Quality is through the roof, and rising.  
America, its principles, Constitution....yada yada, I know them, love them, know how I would change them.  Because I love them. 
NWO/OWG unelected bureaucratic tyrants...  Yeah, I'll take them over the Trumpian unelected bureaucratic tyrants we currently have.  Whoever they might be, they couldn't be worse. 
 
 
 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Jan 23, 2019 - 12:57am
I am glad Trump came at this time when America still has Americans entrenched in the American ideals of not trusting government but making themselves governable because they want to see their government succeed. There is coming a new generation of Americans who do not give a shit about tradition and ideals as long as they can make a few cents picking tomatoes. Such groups will roll over and make the government take away guns and all rights.
FacePalm Added Jan 23, 2019 - 12:47pm


Jim-
First, "it's voting system" is completely wrong on two accounts:  1) it's "its", not "it's".  How many times do I have to correct you?
Pedantic tyrant, much?  So you choose to amplify trivial typos to make... what point, again?  
 
2) our voting system sucks.  In Quality manufacturing terms, its (note, not "it's") Cost of Bad Quality is through the roof, and rising.  
And you would fix it, how?  Whining is just pathetic.
 
"America, its principles, Constitution...."  yada yada, I know them, love them, know how I would change them.  Because I love them. 
Good thing the task will not fall to you, given what you write, next:
 
"NWO/OWG unelected bureaucratic tyrants..."  Yeah, I'll take them over the Trumpian unelected bureaucratic tyrants we currently have.  Whoever they might be, they couldn't be worse. 
You know how Hitler tied his shoes?  Why, with lots of liddle Nazis.
Of course things can be worse; make an insightful observation about Nazi Germany AFTER Kristallnacht, for example, before Speer and his "final solution."  But if you side with globalists, you're a traitor to America and everything it stands for.  GTFO, and with alacrity and dispatch.  If you need a boot in the ass to motivate you, i'd be happy to help.
 
i'd suggest you websearch 2 terms: "pedovore" and "adrenochrome," and once you discover their meanings, awaken to the fact that the NWO/OWG globalist pedophile satanists you're choosing over America will torture and eat your children, literally, if they get their hands on them.  Choose your allies wisely...and your enemies, likewise.

Jim Stoner Added Jan 23, 2019 - 1:40pm
My dear FacePalm
The USA has contributed greatly to the progress of humanity in its short history; it can continue to do so if it gets its head out of its ass--the clearest demonstration of ass/face confusion being the election of our current Dickhead President.  (If you can persist in grammatical errors, I can mix metaphors.) That's what I'm interested in; I'm a patriotic American and a globalist.  Take your boot and chew on it. 
 
Fixing our voting process:  1) Eliminate the Electoral College; 2) End unlimited dark money contributions to phony 501c3 organizations; 3) shorten the primary season; 4) Institute penalties for libelous political statements and deliberate falsehoods in campaigns; 5) restore access to public airwaves for all candidates meeting the threshold for ballot access; 6) Empower the Federal Electoral Commission and ensure it is controlled by non-partisan members.   
Then, there are the methods of voting and counting votes:  1) Invest in secure (intranet) methods with sufficient paper trails and backups; 2) Automatic voter registration for all citizens, accompanied by implementation of Voter ID standards in all states;  3) Reduce the cost of voters' gaining information in all elections through public sites with all candidates participating in mandatory campaign information on their issue stands. 
 
No need to respond to your scurrilous conspiracy theories; they're full of crap. 
Dave Volek Added Jan 23, 2019 - 3:02pm
Jim
Here is my quick reply to your points.
First set:
1) Not likely and not likely to find better candidates
2) Dark money always finds a way to get influence, get a system where it has no influence.
3) Good idea. I'm wondering why the D's haven't let their horses out of the gate yet.
4) A lot of politicians would be in jail. A lot of more honest people will be too scared to run.
5) Good idea, but the D's and R's will fight against that.
6) The parties will find non-partisan party members to fill those spots. Not a job the public will want unless it pays a lot more.
 
 
Second Set
1) How about a paper ballot, a pencil, a box, and at least two people to watch each box? Works in Canada.
2) Good idea, but liberty lovers see it as an entrenchment on their rights.
3) Yeah, but aspiring politicians will either lie or make promises they can't keep.
 
 
FacePalm Added Jan 23, 2019 - 7:56pm
Jimmeh-
No need to respond to your scurrilous conspiracy theories; they're full of crap.
You keep holding on to that ignorance, boy.  You're a traitor - get used to it.  Still, i'm willing to help you gtfo with my size 12 boot if you don't voluntarily deport yourself...
 
1)  The electoral college isn't going anywhere.
2)  Who makes the determination as to what is or isn't a phony 501c3?  The IRS already approved them, or they wouldn't have that status to begin with, so not them.
3)  Good luck on "shortening the primary season."  It wouldn't surprise me in the least to see it start immediately upon the swearing-in of the next president, Trump, in 2020.
4)  There are already laws against slander and libel.  Exceptions are carved out for "public figures."  Perhaps exceptions can be made to the exceptions, but where can impartial rule-makers be found?
5)  i actually agree with this one; every presidential candidate from every party should get access to nationally televised debates if they have been able to garner at least 3% of registered voter support in at least 1/3rd of the States. During the run-up to the last D'OhBama maladministration run, RT shamed the MSM by letting everyone from EVERY party debate.  But MSM are controlled by globalists, based on results.  The "League of Women Voters" used to decide who'd be "allowed" to debate, but that went by the wayside after Perot, who was blamed for putting BJ Billy in office.
6)  Also not a bad idea, but finding a "non-partisan" would be quite difficult these days.
 
Second set:
1.  When it comes to the internet, there's no such thing as "secure."  Who defines "sufficient" paper trails?  And when it comes to the internet, WHAT "paper trails"?  That's sortof the point of internet comm, to reduce paper wastage.
2.  NO ONE should be "forced" to register to vote in America.  That's tyranny.  "Voter ID" isn't necessary, either; see my suggestion below.  Any kind of regular ID should more than suffice.
3.  i do agree with this one; there should be ZERO cost to finding out candidates positions on various issues - there's just no centralized website yet which posts them all, especially in an unbiased manner.  Any interested parties (voters) should already have the names for everyone on the ballot at least 2 weeks prior to every election, and anyone with internet access can go to each candidates' website and learn about them - but as that info would be biased, getting a fully-informed evaluation would be difficult.
 
As to fixing the voting system, i think that all vote-counting should be done by local volunteers who are videotaped and live-streamed to one particular website(for national elections; should be 50 individual State websites for local and State elections), data to be maintained inviolate for a minimum of one calendar year.  Electronic machine voting banned forever. (see blackboxvoting for reasons).  Paper ballots only. Every polling place should have at least one member from every party on the ballot on-site, to challenge any suspect voter immediately, with police on-hand to take all such into custody at once if probable cause is established (fake id, for example).
Every voter should have a finger marked with indelible ink to insure against multiple votes immediately after leaving the voting booth.  Refusal to receive the marking would invalidate that voter immediately, and the one so refusing should be digitally photographed, then uploaded to a "watch list" for every polling place within 500 miles.
Identify and prosecute any and everyone caught voting illegally, with guaranteed jailtime/fines upon conviction.  Include those who canvass the homeless and the elderly to falsely register them(and vote in their names).  Apply harsh sanctions to any political party which endorses, publicly or sub-rosa, any illegalities, as for example Project Veritas identified in Chicago, i think it was...not to mention the operative(s) themselves.
The Klin-ton campaign endorsed sending paid "protesters" dressed as Bernie supporters to Trump rallies to "kill two birds with one stone."  Yet no fines or jailtime for any of the miscreants involved especially The Liar.  That needs fixing.  Same with cheating Bernie of several primary wins.  But as Sanders rolled over like a good little doggy for The Liar, trying to throw his voters over to that globalist scum, and DIDN'T PROTEST HIS TREATMENT, he's revealed himself as a bribe-able crapweasel.  Buh-bye, Bernie, buh-bye.
Jim Stoner Added Jan 25, 2019 - 2:15am
I lost my draft response: "An error has occurred" and my copy/re-paste didn't work right.  So I will try to keep it short. 
 
The problem with your well-intentioned advice, Dave V.  is that the stakes--and I mean US$$$--are so high here.  We have to get the money out of the process, or legalized corruption will continue indefinitely and we will spiral down the drain. 
 
On the specifics:  1) I think it was George Romey who correctly labeled today's EC a put-up job by the two parties to keep everyone else out.  Nevertheless, the Republi-cons will scream bloody murder to end the EC once they get screwed by it, and it won't be long. 
2)  When the IRS tried to investigate 501c3's (during the Obama administration) the Republ-Cons did scream bloody murder, though it turned out they were investigating Democratic-oriented groups.  Every one of these groups should have to provide detailed information on their expenditures annually (to show their activities are not 'primarily political') and who their contributors are, and their license should be reviewed carefully by specialists outside the parties (FEC--see #6).  
3) The downside of shortening the primary season is that it will make it harder for relative unknowns to rise up into prominence.  I still argue for it in the interests of reducing wasteful cost. 
4) 5) 6)  no further comment
Part II  1)  I said "intranet", not internet.  A closed system is easier to supervise and maintain security, and also not difficult to produce the necessary physical evidence for any required audit of counts. 
2) 3)  Registration should not be so difficult.  All citizens should be in a database and have sufficient ID issued to them.  It's actually not so hard to do, though the libertarians among us may chafe at their existence being known.   
 
Jim Stoner Added Jan 25, 2019 - 2:17am
FacePalm,  In your whining about voter fraud you forgot (?) to mention the most egregious example that has arisen in decades--NC-09 in 2018, with the "miscreants" being Republican operatives.  
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:13pm
Thomas Sutrina,
You are wrong! The Shutdown and another one hurts EVERYONE!!! So this is on Trump, not The Democratic Party!! Trump wants money for his stupid wall which is a waste of money!  It will not stop crime and criminality isn't only from Mexico, it is also from Europe too!! 
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:14pm
Gerrilea,
 
The Shutdown makes Trump look bad, not good! NO ONE agrees with this Shutdown! 
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:15pm
FacePalm,

I love America, not when Racism is used to scapegoat a group of people and Trump makes it hip to be a racist! 
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:16pm
Jeff M,
I am telling the truth and if you don't like it, that is your problem and not mine!
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:17pm
Leroy,
Remain ignorant as you want, the truth about Trump is coming out and both his words and actions speak for him.
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:18pm
Eric,
I admit that Obama had his flaws, Trump has to own up to his mistakes which Trump refuses to do. We are discussing Donald J. Trump, not Barack Obama and he is no longer President. 
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:19pm
Flying Junior,
I do come out with my balls more than you!! At least I am willing to respond to people like you who cannot deal with the fact that Trump has proven to be a horrible leader and an embarrassment as President.
Gregory S. McNeill Added Feb 4, 2019 - 1:21pm
Leroy,
There is a such thing called Checks and Balances. I suggest you read up on it. Trump isn't a King, he is a President and nothing but a wannabe King who loves Dictators. 

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