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Trump can never win as he is not a puppet...your Presidents are chosen, not voted for and they are puppets to your real leaders....CFR,UN,IMF Etc...your last real President was Kennedy and look what happened to him after he wanted to get rid of the Fed, which most Americans still believe is American . Once you see the whole agenda by the Elites you can understand what the Dinar scheme really is.

There is only a few countries left with No Rothschilds Central Banks...and one of them is Libya. Once more Americans wake up to reality and get away from TV, the Elites are in trouble, just have to hope it is soon.

No disrespect towards any veterans out there but remember the quote from one of the guys Still running the US Governments policies...

“Military men are just dumb stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.” – Henry Kissinger.

PS- The RV will happen and by design....patience and common sense will get you there....then use some cash to wake people up and take America back.

PS2- Just a thought...after all the crap in Japan going on and the USA having a deserted City like Detroit...shouldn't the US offer to give Japan the City to come and rebuild the Auto Industry in Detroit?

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Wonder what he has to say about President Obama's Place of Birth Now that he released his certificate of birth (long form) oooohhh I forgot NOW it's about his education. My Bad!

Frankly, Jazzman...I haven't been worried about where he was born since before he became president. I didn't particularly like it, but that wasn't my focus. And that includes many more people like me. Every election I do my homework on the people running or attempting to run. Obama's plans for our economy and his views for this country clashed with mine so badly I did not vote for him. He talked a good game, but financially it didn't jive with what his ideas for this country were. Many people elected him because it would make history of him being the first black president and he was a smooth talker. I know this because I am a student who teaches other students about politics, government, economy, and how it all works together internationally. Many people couldn't answer me when I asked why they wanted to vote for him, but they did. The truth is, he is a liberal and a socialist in his viewpoints (which forgive me, but I'm not) and he has assisted other presidents before him REPUBLICAN, DEMOCRAT, and WHATEVER to run this nation's economy and people into the ground. I admit that the American public must take some responsibility because we didn't handle things like we should've (financially and economically), but not all of us dislike Obama's views because of his birth certificate or education. Although I do think he needs more economics and finance classes to see how it works.

And just so you know, I vote for the candidate closest to what I believe should happen in this nation. I don't care if they're Republican, Independent, Libertarian, Democrat...I vote for those I believe that will get the job done right for the greatest good for all the people of this nation.

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Frankly, Jazzman...I haven't been worried about where he was born since before he became president. I didn't particularly like it, but that wasn't my focus. And that includes many more people like me. Every election I do my homework on the people running or attempting to run. Obama's plans for our economy and his views for this country clashed with mine so badly I did not vote for him. He talked a good game, but financially it didn't jive with what his ideas for this country were. Many people elected him because it would make history of him being the first black president and he was a smooth talker. I know this because I am a student who teaches other students about politics, government, economy, and how it all works together internationally. Many people couldn't answer me when I asked why they wanted to vote for him, but they did. The truth is, he is a liberal and a socialist in his viewpoints (which forgive me, but I'm not) and he has assisted other presidents before him REPUBLICAN, DEMOCRAT, and WHATEVER to run this nation's economy and people into the ground. I admit that the American public must take some responsibility because we didn't handle things like we should've (financially and economically), but not all of us dislike Obama's views because of his birth certificate or education. Although I do think he needs more economics and finance classes to see how it works.

And just so you know, I vote for the candidate closest to what I believe should happen in this nation. I don't care if they're Republican, Independent, Libertarian, Democrat...I vote for those I believe that will get the job done right for the greatest good for all the people of this nation.

I didn't post this to discuss politics....As I've indicated in previous post...I vote for the best peson for the job. He/She could be Republican, Democrat, Independants or tea drinkers. The only reason I made this post...put aside the Birther issue. Mr. Trump is now questioning how the President got into the schools he graduated from. I don't know if he received some special acceptance, what I do know..He finished! and has been a contributing member of society since graduation. Relative to the past election....We were faced with a choice...more years of the Bush direction.....or.....try to turn this big ship around....We didn't get to where we are in two years and we won't get out out it in two presidents.

you wrote; "Many people elected him because it would make history of him being the first black president and he was a smooth talker.[/u] I know this because I am a student who teaches other students about politics, government, economy, and how it all works together internationally."

I don't know what prompted most folks to vote for President Obama, however, I could suggest they were tired of their retirement's going down the drain, or the equity in their homes under water, or any number of financial situations that were personal to them. Me personaly? I vote with my best interest, and because I have like yourself invested in post graduate degrees in economics and law, I think I can assess what Is in my best interest. While I appreciate your right to express your opinion, I find that I have to disagree with your assesment.

I truly believe once President Obama gets past this myrid of distractions, pehaps he can put forth his agends and not always having to react to situations that were in place way before he even thought about running for office. JMO

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I didn't post this to discuss politics....As I've indicated in previous post...I vote for the best peson for the job. He/She could be Republican, Democrat, Independants or tea drinkers. The only reason I made this post...put aside the Birther issue. Mr. Trump is now questioning how the President got into the schools he graduated from. I don't know if he received some special acceptance, what I do know..He finished! and has been a contributing member of society since graduation. Relative to the past election....We were faced with a choice...more years of the Bush direction.....or.....try to turn this big ship around....We didn't get to where we are in two years and we won't get out out it in two presidents.

you wrote; "Many people elected him because it would make history of him being the first black president and he was a smooth talker.[/u] I know this because I am a student who teaches other students about politics, government, economy, and how it all works together internationally."

I don't know what prompted most folks to vote for President Obama, however, I could suggest they were tired of their retirement's going down the drain, or the equity in their homes under water, or any number of financial situations that were personal to them. Me personaly? I vote with my best interest, and because I have like yourself invested in post graduate degrees in economics and law, I think I can assess what Is in my best interest. While I appreciate your right to express your opinion, I find that I have to disagree with your assesment.

I truly believe once President Obama gets past this myrid of distractions, pehaps he can put forth his agends and not always having to react to situations that were in place way before he even thought about running for office. JMO

Thank you for your response, Jazzman. From what you've written, I must make the assumption that you are liberal in your ideas and adhere to a more socialistic agenda. Obama and the previous Congress were simply that. I am nowhere near in line with his agenda and ideas for this country and I respectfully disagree that his agenda could do much good for this already hurting nation. While it is true that past presidents helped this situation along, this president and last two seats of Congressional leaders have caused the nation to erode far faster than their predecessors. We are in a pseudo-economy and that IS factual information. And it's not simply Trump spewing it. It's a vast many professionals far more intelligent and experienced than myself or you. Look at our unemployment rates, our housing markets, our banking situation.....and he wants to raise the debt ceiling even though we cannot afford to pay the deficit as it stands now? Please, Jazzman, I beg you to look around. His agenda is going to cost us trillions more. I don't know about you, but as a simple person, I can't afford him and neither can the majority of the other little people like me. And simple common sense without our fancy degrees tells that we cannot continue to cover debt with debt. Eventually it will create a BIG fall.

I don't believe Trump is the answer, Jazzman, but I know that Obama and the current Congress is definitely not.

Respectfully yours,

aferriss

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Thank you for your response, Jazzman. From what you've written, I must make the assumption that you are liberal in your ideas and adhere to a more socialistic agenda. Obama and the previous Congress were simply that. I am nowhere near in line with his agenda and ideas for this country and I respectfully disagree that his agenda could do much good for this already hurting nation. While it is true that past presidents helped this situation along, this president and last two seats of Congressional leaders have caused the nation to erode far faster than their predecessors. We are in a pseudo-economy and that IS factual information. And it's not simply Trump spewing it. It's a vast many professionals far more intelligent and experienced than myself or you. Look at our unemployment rates, our housing markets, our banking situation.....and he wants to raise the debt ceiling even though we cannot afford to pay the deficit as it stands now? Please, Jazzman, I beg you to look around. His agenda is going to cost us trillions more. I don't know about you, but as a simple person, I can't afford him and neither can the majority of the other little people like me. And simple common sense without our fancy degrees tells that we cannot continue to cover debt with debt. Eventually it will create a BIG fall.

I don't believe Trump is the answer, Jazzman, but I know that Obama and the current Congress is definitely not.

Respectfully yours,

aferriss

First I appreciate your reply....as opposed to bashing as some do..you went on to explaine your position..Im not a liberal and do not adhear to any principle except the doctrine of treating other as I want to be treated. When choosing a representative sometimes you just have to choose the lesser of the two evils. Personally, I couldn't see McCain and I can see russia from my back yard doing anything responsible for this country. I could be wrong, however, I do believe the agenda that President Obama has an altogether agends then when he went in office. just saying

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Trumph is a nutter. Who can take this guy seriously?

So he thinks the US should just keep the Iraqi's oil? Well I suppose thats what "big business" teach you "How to steal other peoples stuff"

Muppet.

Just a question but,,, what has Iraq done for us? they would not be able to get the oil out of the ground over there if it wasn't for our troops protecting their oil fields, I have a friend who was a POW in Iraq, and he says that the suicide bombers are constantly trying to blow up their oil fields.. I think that we should be paid for protecting the fields... thats where 95% of Iraqs money comes from.... without us there offering protection they are 95% in the hole because of their own people that they can't control. I suppose you think it's a GREAT Idea that Obama had,, to stop all drilling in the Gulf killing thousands of jobs as those oil rigs left never to return, and at the same time sending 2billion of the "BAILOUT" money to Brazil so they could drill in 15000 ft of water,,,,,, oh yeah and his most recent coments "We want to be your bigest customer" That makes lots of sence.... one thing is for sure if Trump was the big guy, other countrys would be paying us to help them rebuild their blown up cities, they would be paying us for those 2million a piece missles that we are using to protect them, and I bet he would do everything he could to open up drilling in our reserves, but maybe you like driving around in little one seater SMART CARS ( by the way hope you don't get hit by anything bigger than a draggonfly, or you're a gonner) at least you know where the guy stands, he's sure isn't a politician. but maybe you trst the politicians more to get us out of debt,,, Be real,,, that won't happen. Trump would make it more profitable to do business in the US creating more jobs, and putting a major boost to this economy that is desperately needed. I don't want someone to get in there and keep the whole political BS going playing games here and there to fit their own little personal goals while doing absolutly NOTHING to fix the mess we're in. Where is Obama,,,,,, Oh he had a tee off at 9am today........ BS

Sorry for the Ranting!!!

Peace

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I didn't post this to discuss politics....As I've indicated in previous post...I vote for the best peson for the job. He/She could be Republican, Democrat, Independants or tea drinkers. The only reason I made this post...put aside the Birther issue. Mr. Trump is now questioning how the President got into the schools he graduated from. I don't know if he received some special acceptance, what I do know..He finished! and has been a contributing member of society since graduation. Relative to the past election....We were faced with a choice...more years of the Bush direction.....or.....try to turn this big ship around....We didn't get to where we are in two years and we won't get out out it in two presidents.

you wrote; "Many people elected him because it would make history of him being the first black president and he was a smooth talker.[/u] I know this because I am a student who teaches other students about politics, government, economy, and how it all works together internationally."

I don't know what prompted most folks to vote for President Obama, however, I could suggest they were tired of their retirement's going down the drain, or the equity in their homes under water, or any number of financial situations that were personal to them. Me personaly? I vote with my best interest, and because I have like yourself invested in post graduate degrees in economics and law, I think I can assess what Is in my best interest. While I appreciate your right to express your opinion, I find that I have to disagree with your assesment.

I truly believe once President Obama gets past this myrid of distractions, pehaps he can put forth his agends and not always having to react to situations that were in place way before he even thought about running for office. JMO

Ok,, I would like to say then if one president can't do the kind of damage to this country that we have seen clearly manifested in Obama and his Agendas, then why doesn't everyone stop Blaming Bush for "always having to react to situations that were in place way before he even thought about running for office"? Obama was CLEARLY elected by a majority of people because they thought it would change history, or they were simiply wanting a hand out, ("I think I can assess what Is in my best interest") Well I'm not looking for only MY best intrest, I am looking for what is inthe best intrest of my country for my children, and their children, and so on. Don't try and tell me that it's Bushes fault that Obama cut the drilling in the Gulf, and that it's Bush's fault that gas is higher than high,,, and PLEASE don't try and tell me that Obama HAD to spend 3 times what bush spent to save us from Bush's spending. NOBEL PEACE PRIZE..... HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! no respect for that award anymore...... I'm just sayin.... anyway. I too think a dog should be able to hire a lawyer to sue me, hey maybe they'll use the Dog Whisperer to translate!!!..... Foolishness!

"Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools"

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Good find on Trump, Thanks for the original post. Lot of folks fell right into the political pot and some without much background research. Too many people watching the Apprentice. Sure Trump comes across as arrogant and self centered but if you do your due diligence on the man...you might have much more respect for him. His biggest problem is in ways he had the same problem Michael Jordan had, he expects people to perform at 100%. How many do?probably less than 3% and those are the wealthiest self made billionaires. Trump along with Paul Zane Pilser and a few other rather well educated wealthy folks graduated from Wharton School of Business. Not a pushover school. Anybody else on here been to it?? Trump makes a lot of business sense inspite of his ability to be a little self centered,,,but he makes sense and has helped this country more than he is given credit for. Like everything else if you don't check things out for yourself you are opinionated by other peoples opinion, not necessarily by facts. Who among us as posters are so brilliant as business people and such tremendous leaders? if we were such top hats and had the credentials and proven track records we probably would not be on these posts ranting about Iraq's dinar.In the first place most including myself probably don't deserve it. Trump could get a lot done, Ron Paul could get a lot done. Think about this...If Paul would have had a voice like Obama and Obama had a voice like Paul....Obama would never have been elected...Thank God for teleprompters. It' about Our Country and the RV can help tremendously...but will it? If it does Obama gets the credit and nobody ..will beat him. Just an opinion. The question we all have,,,when and how much...lets hope for the best and expect the worst :angry: In the meantime don't take everbody elses opinion as your own. Especially the medias. they have a biased plan of action and Americans take most of it as Gospel Sorry if sounds like a rant.

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[font="Times New Roman"]It's Parking Lot time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lets make a Parking lot out of Iran so that Trunp can park his personal jet there and secure the American future!!!!!

God i love being a imperialism! USA USA USA USA USA USA!

trump for President!

Yeah baby![/font]

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Ok,, I would like to say then if one president can't do the kind of damage to this country that we have seen clearly manifested in Obama and his Agendas, then why doesn't everyone stop Blaming Bush for "always having to react to situations that were in place way before he even thought about running for office"? Obama was CLEARLY elected by a majority of people because they thought it would change history, or they were simiply wanting a hand out, ("I think I can assess what Is in my best interest") Well I'm not looking for only MY best intrest, I am looking for what is inthe best intrest of my country for my children, and their children, and so on. Don't try and tell me that it's Bushes fault that Obama cut the drilling in the Gulf, and that it's Bush's fault that gas is higher than high,,, and PLEASE don't try and tell me that Obama HAD to spend 3 times what bush spent to save us from Bush's spending. NOBEL PEACE PRIZE..... HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! no respect for that award anymore...... I'm just sayin.... anyway. I too think a dog should be able to hire a lawyer to sue me, hey maybe they'll use the Dog Whisperer to translate!!!..... Foolishness!

"Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools"

Im not telling you anything. just how I feel...and a FYI when I talk about whats in my best interest. I always consider my family...and as far as my countryn is concerned.....CPT USA Vietnam 1/5/68 - 2/23/1971 100% permanent and totally disabled. volunteered my service wasn't drafted and I did my part paid up front. My real question.....why are you so angry?? If it wasn't for bush we certainly would not have lost so many kid's lives for a war that had no appreciating factor at all...then dealing with a ungrateful country just makes me wonder. just saying

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People you need to understand a few things about this whole situation...

1. We are putting the Muslim brotherhood in control of more than one nation over there... look at egypt and us backing them to boot out the current administration

2. Who are the rebel forces in Lybia that we are arming.... Muslim Brotherhood... didn't look at that did ya

3. When we leave Iraq they can't fight a war yet especially with Iran... so guess who is going to come and take it... you guessed it... the Iranian led Muslim Brotherhood

Then What Happens?

Well if you look at a map of the middle east you will find that these nations are all within striking distance of who...? Israel now our "friends" over there are stuck in the middle of every nation around them wanting them wiped off the face of the planet.... Guess who is going to help them out.... Not us everyone's Messiah Barack Hussein Obama already has made that point very clear that he wants nothing to do with helping out our long time friends in the middle east...

Can anyone tell me what historical document predicted this inevitability? If you said the Holy Bible you where correct... more importantly the book of Revelations

Now what to do about this.... well your guess is as good as mine but I have two solutions

1. Pray

2. Don't vote for Obama again and don't vote for Trump ever!!!!

+1 from me one that one...

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Im not telling you anything. just how I feel...and a FYI when I talk about whats in my best interest. I always consider my family...and as far as my countryn is concerned.....CPT USA Vietnam 1/5/68 - 2/23/1971 100% permanent and totally disabled. volunteered my service wasn't drafted and I did my part paid up front. My real question.....why are you so angry?? If it wasn't for bush we certainly would not have lost so many kid's lives for a war that had no appreciating factor at all...then dealing with a ungrateful country just makes me wonder. just saying

My heart goes out to you, Jazzman. My dad (the apple of my eye) is a Vietnam Vet too and served many tours (official and unofficial), and he was another one that wasn't drafted. He retired at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama around '84 or '85 and served 20 or 21 years in the army. At his retirement, I was around 9 or 10 years old so exact dates aren't clear. I'm remembering from a little girl's hazy memories. However, from knowing my father as not only my father, but a man and a soldier, I can understand and respect your point of view. My dad is not 100 percent disabled, but he still bears scars where he was burned with napalm and scars where he was shot up and down his legs. I come from a very long line of military people on both sides of my family. So with that said, I don't take any U.S. soldier or their allies for granted and even though many from that generation and maybe some now were/are ungrateful jerks...you won't find that with me or my family. Thank you, Jazzman. Your sacrifice is more than appreciated and I hold you high on the ladder of respect. Even if we differ in our opinions.

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[font="Times New Roman"]It's Parking Lot time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lets make a Parking lot out of Iran so that Trunp can park his personal jet there and secure the American future!!!!!

God i love being a imperialism! USA USA USA USA USA USA!

trump for President!

Yeah baby![/font]

The USA has been Imperialist since the Spanish - American War, party affilliation has made no difference in this matter.

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