Is Trump Going To Be Our Hitler?

To tell you the truth Donald Trump should be scaring people in America. He loves seeing his name everywhere like most dictators do. He always saying he likes Putin of Russia and several other leaders that are dictators. He also wants to bring back stop and frisk. Nice way of saying police power or police state. Now we find out that while America had an embargo going on with Cuba Trump was secretly doing business behind the scene. Plus there is his great wall of Trump between America and Mexico and the ban on Muslims entering the USA.

Wake up America…This man is Unfit to be President…

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Trump The Sleaze

Why is it #Trump thinks Bill Clinton is a sleaze when Trump is just as bad or worst! At lease Bill Clinton and Hillary worked out there problems and the Donald just moved on to the next wife…Bill is not running for President! Hillary is and that,s a big deal. She is a woman of power and not a weak sleaze ball like Donald Trump!

Trump…No Taxes and We’re A Third Rate Country

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America is Great Keep Going Forward

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Move forward

We keep reading letters in newspapers insisting that we must reverse the disastrous policies of President Barack Obama. And once again, I will respond.

A Sept. 14 article in this newspaper quotes the facts pulled from the U.S. Census Bureau: Last year poverty fell for children as well as adults, family incomes rose for black and Hispanic households as well as white households. Last year, the median household income was $56,500 — 5 percent higher than it was in 2014.

Back in 2009, soon after Obama took office, the stimulus went into effect and unemployment claims declined. Twelve months after that, the private sector began producing more jobs than it was losing, and it has continued to do so every month since then, creating a total of nearly 9.3 million new private-sector jobs. Unemployment is down to 5 percent from a high of 10 percent. Under the Obama administration, 32 million more people have health insurance, including an expansion of health care for children that will be paid for with increased taxes on tobacco products. Obama increased the budget for veterans affairs and expanded stem cell research, which will benefit those with spinal injuries and life-threatening illnesses. Under Obama, two more women were appointed to the Supreme Court, including the first Latina.

Osama bin Laden is dead, the auto industry is not, and starting July 2010, all students began getting their federal student loans directly from the federal government. This will save the U.S. Treasury $67 billion over 10 years, $36 billion of which will allow the expansion of Pell Grants to lower-income students.
Electing Hillary Clinton will allow us to continue to go forward. Is there any part of this we should reverse?

By : Judy Nying

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The Standing Rock Pipeline Protest

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Stand for tribe

As someone who considers herself an ally to indigenous people, I was elated at the chance to take actions to stand with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against the Dakota Access Pipeline. I have written and called the White House, written to Energy Transfer Partners and more. I encourage readers to do the same.

I organized a protest, too, but I was the only one who signed up to showed up. I proudly represented myself as an “army of one.”
On Facebook and in the physical world, I have noticed a lot of support, but also a lot of silence from non-native people on this issue. Perhaps others have not been waiting, like I have been waiting, to take a stand in an indigenous-led movement.

Let me take you back to 1863, when the United States started laying the railroad. Back then, the United States looked different than it looks now, and many Native Americans opposed the railroad through their lands. The railroad destroyed their way of life, and land was taken from them for the public gain of Americans.

I don’t want the issue of pipelines to become another tragedy in a series of tragedies in Native American history. We may love our railroad now, but Native nations, which are sovereign nations, had to adapt, like they always do. We cannot keep asking them to adapt to our desires — especially now, when their water, and the water of millions of people downstream, is at stake.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has made it very clear that they oppose the pipeline. They have the backing of some 200 other tribal nations at this time. No means no, and we should respect their wishes.

I encourage everyone to take a stand with Standing Rock today. You’ll be proud you did.

Jennifer Lawson

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Tick Tick – Trump Time Bomb

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One doesn’t have to be a doctor to recognize that Donald Trump acts mentally unstable and unfit to be president. Consider the following characteristics, which fit Trump to a “T.” Mitt Romney called him a “con man.” Two senators, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders — who couldn’t be further apart politically — declared Trump a pathological liar. Nonpartisan PolitiFact has checked 248 Trump statements to date, and rated 176 (nearly 71 percent) “mostly false,” “false” or “pants on fire.”
Many would agree that he’s an egotistical narcissist — or a Machiavellian megalomaniac. The co-author of his “Art Of The Deal” book calls Trump a sociopath — and I see a lack of empathy and conscience that seem like evidence of this. Antisocial personality disorder? Trump’s photo should be next to the term.

Trump’s nationalistic ideology, fear-mongering, and xenophobia have appealed to many Americans who are ignoring history. They are enamored by Trump’s cult of personality without recognizing this is how fascism arose in 1930s Europe. Followers believe his crude strength and toughness will somehow cure all the ills of a stagnant economy, bloated government bureaucracy, foreign “invasion” and terrorism.

Those who think President Obama is a tyrant? Ain’t seen nothin’ yet. If Trump’s elected, what do they think will happen when he obtains presidential power? That he’ll become less vengeful? More diplomatic?

Psychologist and Harvard professor Howard Gardner stated, “For me, the compelling question is the psychological state of his supporters. They are unable or unwilling to make a connection between the challenges faced by any president and the knowledge and behavior of Donald Trump. In a democracy, that is disastrous.”

Donald Trump is not just a poor excuse for a presidential candidate. He is a very dangerous man.

By: Andrew Wigner

The Great Open Letter To Trump

By: Janet Trevithick Via: Lita Whitener

Dear Mr. Trump,

For the past few months I’ve spent a good deal of time lamenting your campaign and the poison it has so effortlessly generated. I’ve watched our country imploding, our public discourse become polluted, our political climate grow ever more corrosive, and wrongly assumed you were to blame.

It’s only lately I’ve come to understand that you haven’t manufactured our current national ugliness—you’ve simply revealed it.

By saying the irresponsible, mean-spirited, ignorant things you say so freely and so frequently, you’ve given other like-minded people license to do the same. You’ve opened up the floodgates for our corporate sewage to flow fully. People no longer conceal their vile mess, they now revel in it, they broadcast it and retweet it.

By saying the irresponsible, mean-spirited, ignorant things you say so freely and so frequently, you’ve given other like-minded people license to do the same. You’ve opened up the floodgates for our corporate sewage to flow fully. People no longer conceal their vile mess, they now revel in it, they broadcast it and retweet it.

You’ve made bigotry and racism socially acceptable again and that has been a kind of twisted gift because it’s allowed me to really see people; not as they pretend to be on the surface—but in the very depths of their wounded, weaponized hearts.

Over and over as your campaign has persisted, your supporters would tell me that they like you because you “speak your mind”. It wasn’t until recently that I’ve realized that you speak their minds. You’ve given credence to their prejudices and made those prejudices go mainstream.

Thanks to the terrible ground you’ve broken, politicians, pastors, friends, and strangers, both in person and on social media now regularly out themselves as hateful, intolerant, and malicious—the sickness runs deep.

You’ve emboldened people to be open about things they used to conceal for the sake of decorum. In other words, you’ve let us know what we’re really dealing with here and while it’s been rightly disturbing, it’s also been revelatory. That’s the thing about that kind of harsh light: you’re forced to see everything. Beauty and monstrosity equally illuminated.

I think you’re the least qualified, least knowledgeable Presidential candidate we may ever have had participate this far into the process, and if you somehow are elected I’ll fear gravely for the world my children would inherit—should it survive your Presidency at all. I believe you’re reckless, bitter, and completely reprehensible; the very worst kind of bully.

But whether you win or lose, you’ve already allowed me the blessing of Truth; about you, about our nation, about people I once thought were friends. I’ve received many private messages threatening me, supporters of yours telling me to kill myself and I have been so verbally insulted by your supporters that I can no longer find words to express this level of hate. All this because I won’t “fall in line.” Yeah, what a “great movement” you claim to have created. Count me out…

In the process you’ve also shown me that I am not alone in resisting you and this ugly thing you’ve revealed about us.

You’ve generated an equally loud, equally passionate response to it and this is where I find my hope these days.

I find it in those for whom equality isn’t just a cheap buzzword, it’s the most precious of hills to die on.

I find it in those people who refuse to be silent in the face of our impending shared regression.

I find it in those willing to be bolder in defending the inherent value of all people.

I find it in the growing army of those who will not tolerate hatred as a core American value.

I find it in those who reject violence as our default response to dissension.

I find it in the ever rising voice of people who will not let malice and bitterness represent them in the world.

Today I find my hope in those who, like me, will not be complicit in allowing bigotry and intolerance to become a source of national pride, because we’ve seen where that leads.

Yes, Mr Trump, you’ve unearthed our hidden sickness and you’ve allowed it to go viral.

You brought every awful thing about us out into the open.

You will NEVER Get My Vote…