The Next Debate: Candy Kaine Sus-Pence

Update: Trump’s taxes are a thing? Hillary and Bill Clinton donated Bill’s used underwear to avoid paying taxes (old shoes, old shower curtains, old jogging shorts too). So why does Hillary2016 think Trump’s tax losses in 1995 are a problem? Trump lost about a billion dollars back then (which proves Trump is a billionaire contra Mark Cuban’s assertions) and legally spread his losses over future years. Who wouldn’t do that?

At Tuesday’s debate, tax cutter Mike Pence can point out that the government wastes so much money most Americans want to pay the least taxes legally possible and thereby attack Candy Kaine – the tax and spend loser. Stop wasting our money and Americans will feel less hesitant to pay taxes. Mike Pence, if the topic is broached by tax increaser Candy Kaine at the debate, can note how billionaire Hillary2016 supporters Warren Buffet and others shelter their tax liabilities with every scheme imaginable. Hypocrites.

The problem is not Trump’s taxes, the problem is how our tax dollars are wasted. It’s time for a change and Mike Pence has a chance to make the case tomorrow.


This coming Tuesday, VP nominee Mike Pence has a chance to do Donald J. Trump two solid favors. First, as a conventional politician, Pence will demonstrate how a debate strategy carried out with message discipline can be both powerful and the theme developed with focus to open like flower petals on a beautiful bloom. Second Mike Pence can set the table for the second presidential debate by linking many of Donald Trump’s critiques of Hillary Clinton to Candy Kaine.

What is Candy Kaine? Rather, WHO is Candy Kaine? Candy Kaine is not Tim Kaine’s wife. Candy Kaine is not a clever union of Candy Crowley and Tim Kaine. Kandy Caine, er, Candy Kaine is the man we wrote about in July:

Is the #SystemRigged? Tim Kaine received an $18,000 Caribbean vacation for free and legally. Is the #SystemRigged? How many free $18,000 vacations have you received for free? Is our political class “crooked”? Is the #SystemRigged to benefit the political class overlords at the expense of the taxpayer citizens? You betcha!

Former Governor, current U.S. Senator, promoted to candidate for Vice President, Tim Kaine, will speak tonight to the Dims in convention. Tim Kaine won’t speak about the corrupt, rigged system, because Tim Kaine is a beneficiary of the corrupt, rigged system:

WASHINGTON — Barr Pharmaceuticals gave Gov. Tim Kaine of Virginia a ride on a private jet to a meeting in Aspen, Colo., at a time in 2006 when it was lobbying him over issues related to its drug sales, state records show.

Dominion Resources, Virginia’s largest electric utility and a lobbying force in the state’s capital, Richmond, picked up the tab for a trip that Mr. Kaine took that same year to the college basketball Final Four tournament (and a funeral) in Indianapolis, according to the records.

McCandlish Holton PC, a law and lobbying firm that represented Virginia’s small vineyards and worked closely with Mr. Kaine’s office to create a new system for distributing wine produced by the vineyards, presented Mr. Kaine with four cases of wine in 2007, the records show, the same year he signed the legislation into law.

Under Virginia’s lax ethics rules at the time, the gifts, which had a total value of more than $160,000, were all legal as long as they were disclosed.

Is the system rigged? Picture yourself with a mask on as you rob a bank. After the robbery you disclose you are the criminal. No problem, keep the money, you disclosed your crime. System rigged.

Donald J. Trump says the system is rigged. Hillary Clinton does all within her power to prove Trump correct with her choice of Tim Kaine:

It would be naïve to think a pharmaceutical company like Teva was not interested in maintaining access to the governor as a result of a gift of that size,” said Andrew P. Miller, a former Democratic attorney general in Virginia, who now works as an energy industry lawyer and lobbyist, referring to Teva Pharmaceuticals, which bought Barr in 2008.

Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, wasted little time in starting to attack Mr. Kaine, branding him on Friday night as “corrupt Kaine” and continuing with the criticism during a Sunday morning news interview.

He took over $160,000 of gifts. And they said, well they weren’t really gifts. They were suits, and trips and lots of different things. Over $160,000,” Mr. Trump said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “I think to me it is a big problem.”

The system is rigged. The system is corrupt. Emails once again provide proof. The more corrupt a politician is, the higher he rises:

Corruption is the mark of Kaine. Kaine must get his candy. Candy Kaine gets his goodies in the corrupt system Donald J. Trump is fighting against.

Governor Mike Pence is not enamoured of political invective so he might not be willing to call the corrupt VP candidate “Candy Kaine”. But perhaps Mike Pence with his eerie resemblance to Race Bannon might mention all the candy Kaine has licked and loved.

At the next debate, Candy Kaine will try to goad Mike Pence on social issues. We suspect that Mike Pence will exhibit message discipline and respond with a judo style defense and flip every attack back to the candy from the corrupt, rigged system. Mike Pence will also talk about how he cut taxes and how Candy Kaine left his mark with tax increases.

Mike Pence should talk about how the system is rigged against working Americans. Mike Pence should talk about how Donald J. Trump is against the rigged system.

Mike Pence at the next debate will exhibit message discipline then pass the ball to the lead player so he can score big at the next presidential debate.


126 thoughts on “The Next Debate: Candy Kaine Sus-Pence

  1. And still American Jews vote for Dims without question:

    White House crosses out ‘Israel’ on its press release following the Peres funeral

    It was a moment rich with symbolism when, following the funeral of Israel’s Shimon Peres, the White House Press Office issued a correction to its press release, scratching out the State of Israel: [snip]

    I can just picture Donald Trump regaling an audience, asking them:

    “Do you know what the Obama administration did after Shimon Peres’s funeral?”


    “They actually crossed out… (louder) CROSSED OUT… Israel on the press release they gave out.

    (pause for crowd reaction)

    “Crossed out Israel.

    “And they called it their longstanding policy.

    “Well let me tell you…I’ll tell you President Trump will never cross out Israel. Never.”

  2. After “deplorables and irredeemable,” this will be Trump’s new favorite Hillary quote.

    Trump adds, "Hillary Clinton thinks Bernie supporters are hopeless and ignorant basement dwellers…"— Chris Snyder (@ChrisSnyderFox) October 1, 2016

  3. BO continues his evil agenda, giving away the internet. It was not his to give, but that did not stop him.

    As reported last week, in a last ditch effort to block Obama’s plan to allow the US Commerce Department to hand over oversight of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), or the “Internet’s address book” to a multi-stakeholder community – which includes the technical community, businesses, civil society and foreign governments – 4 state attorneys general from Arizona, Oklahoma, Nevada and Texas filed a lawsuit in a Texas federal court alleging that the transition, in the absence of congressional approval, amounts to an illegal forfeiture of U.S. government property. The lawsuit also expressed concern that the reorganized ICANN would be so unchecked that it could “effectively enable or prohibit speech on the Internet.”

    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt and Nevada Attorney General Paul Laxalt filed a lawsuit on Wednesday night to stop the White House’s proposed transition of ICANN functions. A primary function of ICANN is done by its Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) department, which coordinates the internet’s domain name and IP address system.

    However, as of midnight last night, the transfer is officially complete after Obama-appointed US District Judge George Hanks ruled on Friday afternoon that the transfer of internet domain systems oversight to an international governing body can move forward, overruling the opposition from several state attorneys general and lawmakers.

  4. God damn ny times has trumps 1995 taxes. Clinton camp set up. Who ever has got crap on Clinton better release it soon

  5. Some twitter fun about Trump’s taxes

    #DemExit Vote Trump Retweeted
    Women 4 Trump ‏@Women4Trump 4m4 minutes ago
    @HillaryClinton um, using the tax laws YOUR HUSBAND set forth. Oops

    Black Women 4 Trump ‏@TallahForTrump 17m17 minutes ago
    Mr. Trump, how dare you not pay the taxes you’re not required to pay! Surely this revelation will stump the Trump.🐸

    #LastTimeTrumpPaidTaxes if more HRC supporters spent two weeks in an economics class, this would be a no-brainer. #economicsmatters

    Democrats for Trump ‏@YoungDems4Trump 4m4 minutes ago
    #LastTimeTrumpPaidTaxes was probably when Hillary blamed all of her Election Crimes on Putin because WW3 is better than telling the truth.

  6. I don’t really care about Trump’s taxes. If he took advantage of tax laws as the exist and everything he did was LEGAL, then I don’t care. That’s not to say that tax loopholes shouldn’t always be looked at and closed when it makes sense to do so. If they want to talk about someone flaunting tax laws, then they should revisit the Clinton’s who claimed charitable contributions made to their very own foundation. Supposedly, the vast majority of their charitable donations went to the Clinton foundation. Does this not mean that they used these donations as a means to lower their tax bills? Since we know that the Clinton Foundaition is basically a scam in which the money garnered was not used as the donors anticipated, but used for a myriad of things not related to helping the less fortunate. In my opinion, much of the money has been used to enrich the Clinton’s. Making contributions to their own foundation seems like a form of evading taxes, and keeping their money in a different “accoubt”, but in the long run, they still indirectly have possession of this money, and can use it as they see fit. Am I viewing this correctly?

  7. As always, I wish that there was an edit key after posting something. I see two errors in my post above. I should have dropped the word “Since” from the beginning of one sentence, and I should have spelled “account” correctly. I apologize for making these errors, but “typing” on a phone is not as easy as typing on a laptop, or desktop. The small comment field that remains visible as you type makes it difficult to catch errors, and I do not usually preview what I have typed before posting. Also, these damn keys on an IPhone are tight, and autocorrect is more likely to make an error even worse than it is to make the right correction.

  8. Again, here is something for those whom may be interested – I posted my friend’s youtube channel at the end of the last thread. I’ll throw it on once more, since it’s morning and he has this interesting oatmeal recipe – never heard of doing it this way before. Again, he posts infrequently, so if someone chooses to subscribe they won’t be getting too much mail (notices).

  9. Wow – I think I’m going to tweet both the Judge Jeanine video right above and the Stephen video to Trump – they’re both great and on the mark!

  10. As we come into the last run into the election, we will get to see if the voters have lost control of the election process. Trump has the populous. Hillary has the rigged system.

    BO’s maneuverings to get himself a leadership position in the One World Governance he has been working on during his 2 terms as POTUS would lead one to think he does not care who wins because the nation is to be destroyed anyway. The thing with the internet is telling. Like he has given it away to the people he will be joining with after he leaves office. He sees himself as continuing his ascent.

    If Hillary wins, there will be less of a fight for the nation, but more responsibility for the human misery they create. If Trump wins, there will be conflict. They will continue their plans for destruction with him set up as the scapegoat for the misery. Trump the builder, versus Operation Chaos. Those who cannot build, who think they can make themselves powerful by destroying, or taking through corruption, the products of the productive, will have ample funding and get to make their bid.

    This conflict has been building since the last World War. Through my entire life, much of which I did not understand. But I knew, even as a child, when Kennedy and King were assassinated, that bad things were happening. In this life, I have never found my soul-mate and have imagined he died in the foreign wars created by the evil power seekers looting the wealth of the nations. What price, their greed? I have watched them more carefully since Bush took the election in 2000. How could we have stopped them? As conspiracy theory becomes our reality, covered in propaganda and fed to an overwhelmed populous.

    There is talk that the most elite and powerful have underground bunkers where they plan to go if this all ends badly. On their way to Hell. The world gone mad.

    This week I will be voting early in Florida and taking a small donation out of my paycheck for Donald J. Trump. Just in case we still have a choice.

  11. Les Deplorablés ♕ ‏@TheAngieNC2 1h1 hour ago

    Trump’s alleged 1995 loss smaller than loss NYT reported when it sold the Boston Globe in 2013 for loss of $1.03 billion #TrumpTaxes

  12. Trump does not need to take the bate. A short statement that as a businessman he used the tax laws appropriately, as is not only his right, but the expectation of the IRS and for the success of his businesses. He didn’t make the tax laws, Congress did, he just followed them as any successful businessman is expected to do and every year in America.
    Let’s talk pay for play and the Clinton Foundation.

  13. what jt mentioned and from Lu’s link

    The three documents arrived by mail at The Times with a postmark indicating they had been sent from New York City. The return address claimed the envelope had been sent from Trump Tower.

    It would be pretty funny if Trump did this himself. If it were a mole, why wouldn’t they have released the full report? If Trump did it, he could come out and show the rest of them, and show he actually did pay taxes lol (but he probably took the deduction he was allowed)

  14. I no longer have tv service as of 5 years ago. I wasn’t watching it because I wasn’t interested in it any longer. With that noted, I realize that every now and then there are things that would be nice to see in real time. I came across the Sean Hannity townhall program that he had with Donald Trump a few days before the first debate.
    Omarosa, an eloquent speaker who is involved with the black outreach of the Trump campaign, and Mr. & Mrs. Ben Carson spoke up for Trump from about the 24:00 minute mark. This town hall was done in conjunction with Reverend Scott who is another eloquent Trump backer. Don King was also part of the program. He’s a friend of Trump, and it was good to see him support Trump, but his advocacy of Bernie Sanders as Trump’s running mate was stupid. I don’t know if anyone here mentioned this Townhall when it occurred, so here it is. It’s nothing extraordinary, but it was interesting enough to keep me watching to the end.

  15. The illegal release of his partial state tax returns is just another desperate distraction or more flak from the globalists as Trump approaches his goal of winning on November 8. It’s going to intensify the closer it gets to that date. That must be why Trump was blasting Hillary even harder in his Mannheim, PA rally last night.

  16. It will be daily Tony, that’s why I think he needs to stay focused. They want him to behave “unhinged”.

  17. So, they illegally obtained his tax returns and it shows a yuuuuuge loss. I’m sure he’s offset subsequent tax liability with any loss carry over credits he’s entitled to, just like I and any one else would.

  18. nomobama
    October 2, 2016 at 11:17 am
    I no longer have tv service as of 5 years ago. I wasn’t watching it because I wasn’t interested in it any longer. With that noted, I realize that every now and then there are things that would be nice to see in real time.

    Not really. If it weren’t for the wife, I wouldn’t have it either. You can pretty much see anything you want online.

  19. Whoever mailed Trump’s tax returns to The NY Times to be published this weekend may have also been baiting them to break the law and set themselves up for a world of hurt in the courts.

  20. They just showed a clip of Hillary…. talking about race again…. did the first 1/2 black president even talk this much about it?

  21. The weatherwoman is saying this storm is going to hit Haiti hard. Maybe Hillary and Bill could finally cough up that money they took in that was supposed to go there before and didn’t…..

  22. Peter Schiff ‏@PeterSchiff 2h2 hours ago

    Anyone dumb enough not to use every legal deduction to minimize his income tax liability is not smart enough to be president!

  23. Lorac,

    Peter is right and said it in fewer words than I, but it was the jest of what I was trying to say, lol.

  24. I video from someone in Washington state who was a witness to the crowd that Trump drew at his rally there a couple of weeks ago.

  25. When I first started listening to this ad, I was ambivalent about it because it seemed disjointed, but within 10 seconds I realized that it was actually a pretty damning ad. The Hillary cough in the background was genius.





    Hillary Clinton has committed a series of crimes which undermine national security. The FBI has so found. Others have committed similar crimes. They were prosecuted, sent to jail, or their lives were ruined. However, she was not. And neither were her subordinates who conspired with her.

    Prosecutors across the country roundly condemned this decision. Explanations ran the gambit, from there is a double standard of justice for the elites, to the head of the FBI James Comey was involved in a bank scandal, and the Clintons got to him, etc.

    In my view, neither explanation is sufficient. If the elites have a different standard of justice then how do you explain the impeachment of Nixon? If Comey was blackmailed, then surely the scandal he created by letting Hillary off the hook was worse for him personally, and turned him into a pariah.

    Therefore, I would like to suggest an alternative rationale which has not been proffered publicly before to my knowledge. One that explains the refusal to prosecute Hillary in this instance, a similar reluctance to hold her accountable for massacre at Benghazi, and why she has laughed off the entire affair.

    This rational also explains the statements she has made which show no fear of the electorate, such as calling half the country deplorables, vowing to raise taxes on the middle class (with Buffet behind her), calling Bernie supporters basement dwellers, and cutting social security (through Hank Paulson).

    When someone suggests a single cause for multiple events, there is a tendency to say either this is tin foil hat stuff, or to a man with only a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. But sometimes, there is a clear and consistent pattern which reveals motive, means and opportunity. That I submit is the case here.

    The rationale I will present to you now, passes that test. It is based on the rule of probability. And it came to me after watching the movie Snowden, and reflecting on a comment made by a person with direct knowledge at a time virtually everyone else was predicting to a moral certainty that Hillary would be indicted.

    What this individual said was this: “she will never be indicted because it would cause our foreign policy to unravel.” To put that comment in context will require some basic knowledge about our most secret organization, and how it has mutated over time. I refer of course to the Central Intelligence Agency.

    One could argue that the CIA has not mutated at all, that it continues to serve the nation faithfully, and that it has merely evolved to meet the challenges of a changing world, and a new calculus of risks. But that is not the opinion of knowledgeable people willing to speak truth. Let me give you 3 examples:

    First, a former Director of the CIA that he believes if it continues on its current course it will destroy the world. Second, a former secretary of the Navy raised troubling concerns about the current Director John Brennan. Third, a former Undersecretary of State advocates removal of the top echelon of the CIA.

    External events substantiate these concerns. Sy Hirsh has revealed that the CIA gave arms shipments to jihadists including al Qaeda to topple the Syrian government. Julian Assange has revealed that the CIA is enmeshed in a second Bay of Pigs to topple the Turkish government. And then there is Snowden . . .

    The explanation for much of this can be found in the history of that organization, its culture of secrecy and the personalities of the men who ran it over the years from Wild Bill O’Hara (OSS) to Alan Dulles to James Jesus Angelton (dark angel) to John McCone whom I caddied for at Seattle Golf Club in my youth.

    I also caddied for General Power who expressed the mindset of the agency in that era. In the terse truncated style of a military man, he famously said: “if we and the Russians both initiate nuclear war at the same time, and after the smoke clears, there are 2 Americans and 1 Russian left alive, we win”).

    Fast forward four decades. The year is 1987, the place is Berlin. And, in the twinkling of an eye the wall separating east and west crashes to the ground. Suddenly, the Soviet Union is no more, the “end of history” becomes fashionable, and the raison d etra for the CIA ceases to exist.

    The CIA responded to this existential challenge the same way every bureaucracy does, from the NAACP to the Southern Poverty Law Institute, once their core mission is achieved. Loath as they all are to give up their wealth, power and prestige, they change– and expand their core mission for the worse. To wit:

    1. Phase I: Liberating Former Soviet Republics (1992-2000): under Clinton, the CIA launched what Naomi Klein called “shock doctrine” campaigns to overthrow the former pro Soviet leaders and install crony capitalist officials who allowed big business to loot state assets, leaving the people destitute.

    Within the CIA, these were known “colors revolutions”. Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Lebanon, were the targets. Key players in these CIA projects were George Soros (Rothschild, OSI, CFR), Zbigneiw Brzezinski (NSA, CIA, CFR), and Jeffrey Sachs (NYU, CFR).

    Shock doctrine methodology called for a disruptive event, the emergence of a charismatic leader who can seduce the masses, but will do the bidding of the elites who installed him, flash mobs, three word chants, a media echo chamber, small group cells, bribery and extortion, etc.

    (Note: later, these same tactics were incorporated in The Dean Plan which was the blueprint used to elect Barack Hussein Obama, whose past was shrouded in mystery, whose candidacy was promoted by big media, and whose real agenda was never revealed. Not surprisingly, Soros was his biggest backer.)

    2. Phase II: The War On Terrorism (2001-2008, et seq): under Bush, the CIA turned its attention to the United States. The catalyst was the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

    The new target was Muslim terrorists. There was a breathtaking irony to this because twenty years earlier the CIA armed those terrorists against Russia in Afghanistan. Furthermore, under the Brzezinski Doctrine the CIA used them to dismember the old Soviet Union along its “arc of instability.”

    The further irony is that two weeks before 9/11, I was on an airplane from Los Angeles to Seattle, and the man in the seat behind me was a GE contractor who worked with British Special Forces. He told me and my friend that the CIA had identified 19 terrorist suspects but lost them when they entered the US. Keystone cops they are.

    For these and other reasons, the CIA began monitoring American citizens. This was a major expansion in their role, because historically their jurisdiction was outside the United States. Therefore, they lied to Congress about this. But when they were caught, no one lost their job.

    Frankly, with the fear of another 9/11 in the air, and the open borders position adopted by Messiah Obama, most Americans welcomed this heightened surveillance. In their view this infringement on liberty was warranted, they had nothing to hide, and above all they wanted to be safe.

    Meanwhile, Congress passed the Patriot Act, which armed certain federal district judges, selected by John Roberts (a questionable figure in his own right), to conduct secret proceedings in derogation of the Bill of Rights, and to issue FISA warrants in the name of national security

    Some scholars have compared the FISA court to the dreaded English Court of The Star Chamber (1487-1681), which by-passed the established court system, conducted secret proceedings, was used for political purposes, and had the power to order torture and imprisonment.)

    3. Phase III: Control The World (2008-2016): the election of Messiah Obama marked either the Age of Aquarius or the End Times, depending upon your point of view. Presidential historian Michael Bechloss pronounced Obama the smartest president ever. Others opined he was nothing more than a cipher.

    I recall a séance led by Maria Shriver one summer evening where she repeated hypnotically: “He (Obama) is the one we have been waiting for.” It was never revealed to me at the time who “we” was. However, it is clear in hindsight that the beneficiaries were Soros, big business and CIA–but surely not the American people.

    For Soros, this meant the implementation of key components of his agenda by Messiah Obama, which by his own admission, voters would never accept. They the loss of their health insurance, open borders, climate change, inextinguishable debt, reverse discrimination, subversion, crony capitalism, etc.

    For the CIA, this meant that a mission which began eighty years ago to counter the Soviet Union, and changed forty years ago to liberating former Soviet Republics, and changed again twenty years ago to fighting the terrorism, to laying the foundation for a “New World Order”.

    That New World Order will be run by multinational corporations, bureaucrats, politicians and big media shills, with a permanent lease on power. The goal is to put major decisions beyond the reach of democratic majorities in the affected countries, and to eliminate the vestiges of national identity.

    This cannot be achieved through immaculate conception. It requires dismantling the constitution, or honoring it more in the breach than in the observance. The populations of those countries must be controlled economically, politically, socially. The pressure point of each person must be exploited. Julius Assange has informed us that Eric Schmidt of Google and NSA is one of the prime architects.

    Granted, there is a case to be made that surveillance by the CIA and its progeny is necessary, in order to fend off cyber attacks on our power grid by China, Russia and Iran. Likewise, it is vitally important if we are to counter the growing military and financial influence of China., etc. I have no problem with that.

    But those legitimate concerns do not warrant a continuous monitoring of the American People to determine their political preferences, consumer behavior, medical condition, net worth, and primary/secondary/tertiary circle of friends, as the CIA is doing. Clearly, there is hidden agenda in play.

    This vast overreach by the CIA, including a world-wide dragnet, the recording and cataloguing of the email, telephone and internet communications of every American, coupled with the serial denials thereof by Messiah Obama, Admiral Clapper, inter alia, is what motivated Snowden to go public.

    He had no illusions about what this would mean for him personally. He would be vilified as a traitor by big media whores like Jeffrey Toobin (CNN), David Gregory (NBC)–and candidate Hillary Clinton. He would become a fugitive. And if caught he would spend the rest of his days in Leavenworth Prison. (Note: seeing Glenn Greenwald, an honest man of the left kick Toobin and Gregory in the ass was special)

    To understand these points at a deeper level I commend the movie Snowden to your attention. The courage of Snowden in doing what was right, and the courage of the movie director Oliver Stone for telling the story the rest of Hollywood was afraid to tell, is reason enough for you to see it.

    What you may ask does any of this have to do with Hillary Clinton? I am not a Hillary hater per se. On the contrary, I campaigned in Texas, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and West Virginia in the 2008 primary. But I refuse to do so now because she has changed. As Keynes said: change the facts, I change my answers.

    Suffice it to say, the Hillary we see today is the polar opposite of 2008. In those days, she was the champion of the working class. Today she favors the elites. In those days, she was a nationalist. Today, she is a globalist. And today, she promises to implement to Soros agenda, whether you like it or not.

    There is an old saying that he who pays the piper calls the tune. And where Hillary is concerned Soros is doing exactly that. The Old Nazi was chairman of her exploratory committee, and has been a big money raiser. And she has reciprocated by pledging to meet and exceed the Soros inspired Obama agenda.

    Most people know that Hillary’s husband Bill attended Oxford under a Fulbright scholarship. However, few know that he was expelled for an alleged rape, or that he hung around Europe thereafter to spy on anti war students for the CIA, or that Obama’s mother also worked for the CIA.

    That connection was a factor in his later rise to power in the State of Arkansas, and subsequent rise to president in 1992. And it has also helped his wife in her rise to power. The specifics are beyond the scope of this discussion, but if you are curious, there are books you can read on the subject.

    If you wonder why Hillary was not held accountable for either Benghazi, or the email scandal, then you should take a hard look at the Clinton Global Initiative. If it is the charitable entity it purport to be then who are its donors, why is its accounting slippery, and how can it pay only 10% of what it takes in?

    Here is one clue: Soros has a charitable institution as well. It is called The Open Society Institute. And contrary to its stated mission, its real role is to foment revolution. What if the Clinton foundation plays a similar role? What if it is a CIA front organization? In that case, how eager would you be to prosecute Hillary?

    Or, does the excuse alluded to above, i.e. she will never be prosecuted because that would cause our foreign policy to unravel, begin to make sense? Before you attempt to answer any of those questions, go see the Snowden movie.

    Assuming this is true, that raises another material question, i.e. if Bush Sr., Bill Clinton, Bush Jr., Obama, and Hillary are all tied to the CIA, how deeply is that institution involved in our presidential elections? And if they are involved, then how far are they prepared to go to corrupt the electoral process?

    It is a known fact that the relationship between big media and the Clinton campaign is incestuous. They routinely over sample the polls to produce their consistent meme that Trump is losing. Apart from discouraging Trump supporters, it gives Soros cover to steal the election by corrupting voting machines.

    To manage this risk, Trump has hired a statistician to develop a generic ballot to show where big media is cheating in their polling methodology. Nevertheless, his supporters are worrying. The question for them is do you believe big media is a chronic and habitual liar? If so, then why pray tell do you believe them now?

  27. (sigh)

    Anyway, I just saw a clip of Chris Christie saying that the NYT was only saying that with the kind of loss shown on the part of Trump’s tax papers that were released, he by law could write off his taxes for next 18 years.

    What it made me think of again was, WHY did this person only release a few pages? Why not release the part that showed he actually *did* write them off? I don’t know, it makes me kind of wonder if he didn’t do it himself… because now there’s all this talk except it’s only talk that he *could* have done it, there’s no proof in the papers shown that he DID do it… so if it gets shown later that he *did* write the taxes off, the sting will be gone by then lol

    (but of course it’s legal, and why not unless you’re stupid)… just weird that if you have access and wanted to screw him, that you would only print the suggestion, not the proof…

    unless the NYT actually has *more*, and only chose to print this part to limit their liability somehow…?

  28. The video above that won’t show for me was posted by Dennis Michael Lynch on twitter – it’s a spoof of Forrest Gump sitting on the park bench, except it’s “Hillary Gump… but you can call me Hillary Rodham Gump”… but it’s cute… you’d swear it really was Hillary – someone is really gifted with he computer…. (it’s her face alright, but they have it moving as though it’s saying the words – way advanced from Johnny Quest days lol)

  29. I notice that alot of utube clips that are negative towards Hillary always seem to have “an error and to check back later”…it has happened to me one too many times not to wonder what’s up with that…


    speaking of…I heard that Julian Assange cancelled his big expose of Hillary on Tuesday due to “security reasons”

    so what’s up with that? Is he going to re-schedule? Will we still be hearing what he has to say…before the election…or has he too be silenced…

  30. The Assange article says he is postponing because of security concerns *at* the Equadorian embassy… I wonder what that means… and if it’s related to the story that he was going to be providing this information while standing on the balcony. And I wonder why on the balcony – I believe in the past he has just put the information out there, put it online or sent it to someone who did – the balcony would be a bigger risk obviously – so why do it? And why not just release the usual way now that security is a concern….? It makes me think the security concern is wider than just standing on the balcony….

  31. I just read that Assange is on again for Tuesday morning but it will be thru a video conferencing…not from the balcony…

    there is a link over at CTH, I tried to post it here but it was difficult…however that is what is says…

  32. The the reigning US Women’s Chess Champion has said she would rather sacrifice her career than submit to demands to wear a hijab at the next world championship.

    Nazi Paikidze, one of the nation’s best-ranked players, swore to boycott the 2017 contest, which is being held in Iran and will have an enforced Islamic dress code.

    Paikidze admitted that the decision will harm her career, but said that doing the bidding of an oppressive regime in order to compete is not a price worth paying.

    In an interview with the founder of My Stealthy Freedom, a campaign against Iran’s hijab laws, she said: “I will NOT wear a hijab and support women’s oppression. Even if it means missing one of the most important competitions of my career.”

    Later in article, a woman in charge is said to have:

    Polgar had previously told players to respect “cultural differences” and go along with wearing the hijab.

    My question – why is it always US who has to respect THEIR cultural differences? It’s an international competition – THEY should be respecting everyone else’s cultural differences…

  33. ok – now I think that Hillary video is *not* a computer genius miracle, but really Hillary (and Bill at the end). Forrest Gump was in 1994, and this video is titled 1995. Maybe it was a Saturday Night Live kind of thing….

  34. (it kept nagging at me that if they were going to make a video of Hillary, why wasn’t it heavily anti-Hillary – so I watched again, and it leans more towards promo, not anti-Hillary…)

  35. not sure if this has been posted yet:

    WATCH: Refugee Gives Jaw-Dropping Interview Defending Trump’s Muslim Immigration Ban

  36. I think this quote from admin’s post above
    “Tim Kaine received an $18,000 Caribbean vacation for free and legally. Is the #SystemRigged”
    plus the link for this post
    make a good tweet on this day before the VP debate.

    Also thanks to conservative Byron York, I learned of this NYTimes piece which apparently is about the little Greek’s book.

    But Mrs. Clinton demanded action.
    “We have to destroy her story,” she said, according to Mr. Stephanopoulos
    When the work was done, both Clintons called Mr. Stephanopoulos, together, to offer their thanks

    [There seemed to be no pay restriction on the article]

  37. That spoof of Forest Gump with HRC is from the White House Correspondents Dinner that year. She spoke of it in the book, “Making History.” She made a big deal of the fact she had a good sense of humor and used the video as an example of it.

  38. We have CNN running non stop in the breakrooms and cafeterias where I work. Every time I walk by they are hammering the Trump tax return “bombshell”. They are relentless in this BS

  39. Gary Hart catches up to us many years later:

    On your personal blog, you’ve written about the re-alignment of the Democratic and Republican parties. How do you see the shift?

    This kind of re-alignment tends to happen every 20 or 30 years. It certainly happened massively in the Franklin Roosevelt era. It happened in the Johnson-Nixon era when the South, which used to be Democratic, shifted on racial issues to the Republican Party. It is largely a result of changing economics or shifting demographics, the rise of movements, the disappearance of movements; nothing really stays static forever in terms of ideologies and coalitions.

    Both of our major parties in the United States are coalitions of one kind or another and the members of those groups that form those coalitions change. Whereas in some cases, people rise from poverty into the middle class, or from the middle class into wealth, they change their politics as they move. That is to say, if someone is prosperous and then suddenly—or not suddenly, but rather quickly, historically speaking—they lose that prosperity, their attitude toward politics and government changes. This happened to many blue-collar people in manufacturing jobs in the 1970s, 1980s, at the beginning of globalization.

    What’s fascinating is how, quite often, political leaders and those involved in managing political parties, fail to notice those shifts happening. I think that happened with the Democratic Party in the last 20 or 30 years in terms of the working-class base, which in many cases lost its economic income and became very angry at politics generally and traditional politics, in particular. And those people have been gravitating toward Donald Trump, who himself doesn’t represent any traditional Republican base that anyone can think of, but is simply opportunistic in putting together a Trump coalition. [snip]

    How has this re-alignment affected the Clinton campaign?

    I don’t think she or those around her have fully understood the ground shaking that is going on under the Democratic Party. It’s more obviously under the Republican Party because of the rise of Trump and the kind of collapse of the Nixon-Reagan coalition. But the same, probably less visible, shaking has been going on under the structure of the Democratic Party.

    It all began, as I said, with the shift in the South from Democratic to Republican, but the labor movement has declined with global competition. Labor was, up until 20 or 30 years ago, a pillar of the Democratic Party, and now it is in sharp decline, unfortunately. It has gone along with globalization and jobs migrating offshore, American companies going abroad for manufacturing.

    The Democratic party has welcomed a new coalition of African Americans, Hispanics, environmentalists, and others. But there has not been a concerted effort to understand how to get back older voters, who should favor the Democratic Party because of Social Security, and Medicare and so forth. And to think through what a 21st century Democratic Party should look like, and principally, how to get younger voters who don’t identify with the current Democratic Party. That is the big challenge.

    Years after we did Hart sees the realignment. But he too is part of the problem. Hart calls Trump “opportunistic” instead of honestly noting that Trump is a political response to the kook left takeover of the Democratic Party.

    The Democratic Party is the “opportunistic” party which takes grievances from black Americans and the hopes of idealistic young people and cynically turns the grievances and idealism to political profit even as behind closed doors the Dim leaders mock the “basement dwellers” as thousands of black citizens get shot in Chicago by other black citizens.

  40. Wbboei is this true?

    Bert Darrell says:
    October 3, 2016 at 9:58 am

    Unfortunately, many, many people don’t have the slightest idea how investment losses are treated in the IRS code. Losses above $3,000 must be deferred to subsequent years. Therefore, income tax MUST BE PAID on all but $3,000 of the loss incurred. So, when Trump writes off a huge loss he is actually paying the tax on the carry-over amount. That is paying tax in advance!. Often, it takes years to recover the pre-paid tax on a large amount, as new income starts eating at the write-off over time. Anyone claiming that Trump avoided paying the tax is either willfully ignorant of tax law or outright lying to persuade ignorant voters. And who, you may ask, made this stupid taxation rule the law of the land? Jimmy Carter and a congress.


    Among today’s denials was the federal government’s petition for rehearing in United States v. Texas, the challenge to an Obama administration policy that would have permitted as many as four million undocumented immigrants to apply for a program that would have allowed them to remain in the country and work here legally. The justices heard arguments in the case in April of this year, but in June they announced that they had deadlocked 4-4, an outcome that left in place the lower court’s decision striking down the policy. In July, the Obama administration asked the court to reconsider that ruling when it has all nine justices. The petition for rehearing was, as the federal government acknowledged in its filing, a long shot, and today the justices rejected it without comment.

    Obama loses again on illegal immigration. Obama can’t win legally so he is lawless. Gangster government.

  42. Anyone have a comprehensive list of misogyny against Palin? So sick of Hillary defense. Would like specifics.

  43. gonzotx
    October 3, 2016 at 1:40 pm
    Is the Supreme Court growing a pair?
    A pair of what?

    A cat does not bark.
    A fish does not live on the top of a mountain
    Eagles do not live on the floor of the ocean
    And a eunuch like Roberts does not grow balls.

    However, when it is safe he will do what is expected.

    By safe I mean he has the cover of a lame duck president, a unanimous court, and public opposition to illegal immigration.

    He has mastered the fine art of the big media beloved messiah, which is of course leading from behind.

    He is risk adverse and I find him beyond disgusting.

  44. Update: Trump’s taxes are a thing? Hillary and Bill Clinton donated Bill’s used underwear to avoid paying taxes (old shoes, old shower curtains, old jogging shorts too). So why does Hillary2016 think Trump’s tax losses in 1995 are a problem? Trump lost about a billion dollars back then (which proves Trump is a billionaire contra Mark Cuban’s assertions) and legally spread his losses over future years. Who wouldn’t do that?

    At Tuesday’s debate, tax cutter Mike Pence can point out that the government wastes so much money most Americans want to pay the least taxes legally possible and thereby attack Candy Kaine – the tax and spend loser. Stop wasting our money and Americans will feel less hesitant to pay taxes. Mike Pence, if the topic is broached by tax increaser Candy Kaine at the debate, can note how billionaire Hillary2016 supporters Warren Buffet and others shelter their tax liabilities with every scheme imaginable. Hypocrites.

    The problem is not Trump’s taxes, the problem is how our tax dollars are wasted. It’s time for a change and Mike Pence has a chance to make the case tomorrow.


  45. Shoes and shower curtains, hmmm..I heard on a radio show that Bill loved to put his feet up on the desk and ask for foot massages and be called Mr. President.

    Now normally I give these “stories” not too muchattention,BUT Admin..maybe the taking off of his old shoesfor foot massages allows him to claim a tax right off
    Cheek in tongue. ..

  46. Also point in fact, this bogus show your taxes crap…it’s used by these professional politicians to deceive the public, claiming, whatever salary they get say 150,000, and no more, but as we see, Hillary and Bill have been on the public dole all their life, yet despite complaining of being broke when they left the Whitehouse, miraculously, they are worth 300 million today.

    And who is going to prosecute the publisher for putting out Trumps 1995 taxes? It’s against the law.
    Don’t hold your breath…

  47. “Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules… You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things… they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.” ~ Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

  48. Lol Hillary and Kerry nominated for Nobel Peace prize…lol lol lol…

    Bought and paid for…

    The mistress of Benghazi and the Devil of Iran…

  49. Sharyl Attkisson ‏@SharylAttkisson 5h5 hours ago

    Is it fair to ask about business acumen family that earns 6-figure presidential salary for 8 yrs w/all expenses pd but leaves “dead broke”?

  50. I’m really feeling frustrated with Trump. I’ll never vote for Hillary, but I need Trump to grow up FAST. Tweeting at 3 am to look at someone’s sex tape, then more recently suggesting that Hillary might have cheated on Trump, and that Bill has an illegitimate black child….

    I realized I’ve only been focused on him winning – will this or that help him to win, he has to win. Now the winner is going to be president *very soon* – and I’m thinking more about what *type* of president we will have.

    I’m all for less political correctness and more truthful speech, but I do need a dignified president. He’s really like The National Enquirer candidate.

    I don’t think most people really care all that much about the dirt – they want to hear about issues and how he will change things. His behavior, while entertaining and helping him win with the base, is at this point IMO immature and – quite frankly – low class.

    I want him to win but I want him to grow up, too. Fast.

  51. So wikileaks is supposed to be releasing the big bombshell at 4 am EST, 1 am PST.

    I wonder how many journalists have to stay up all night waiting and then wading through all of it to see what’s there lol

  52. Actually not just journalists, but Clinton staffers as well ….

    Hillary herself might even be up at — 3 am lol

  53. gonzotx
    October 3, 2016 at 8:49 pm
    Lol Hillary and Kerry nominated for Nobel Peace prize
    That is the handiwork of Soros

    Obama won the prize for doing nothing. T

    Hillary will win the prize for proposing a drone strike to take out Assange, as reported in today’s guardian.

    Kerry will win the prize for making the worst treaty in history with the greatest sponsor of terrorism.

    The Nobel Prize is idiots delight.

  54. Lorac,

    You have to take Trump with all the blemishes. He’s close to 70, he has shown some avenue to modulate, but he is a business genius who built an empire,has a big ego,loves this Country and has little love for globalist BS. Time is not on his side, nor ours.
    You want professional politician, you need to look elsewhere.
    As for me and mine, we will be voting Trump!

  55. gonzo, I think you know I don’t want a professional politician.

    I want some class and maturity. I don’t think it’s too much to ask. And I think it will only help him – to win and to preside.

  56. So after an entire year and more, you expect a different product?
    I don’t pretend to know what you want. He is who he is…

  57. So Assange will be making his announcement at 3am EST or 12am PST. Guess I know what I’ll be doing then.

  58. so far, I really enjoyed the male journalist with his undershirt rolled up over the sleeves of his dress shirt. wtf is that?

  59. so far, this is as credible as the French scientists announcing the cloning of a human back in the 90’s. Total bull-shit.

  60. Well, it looks like Assange trolled everyone. He said at the beginning that they don’t release big dumps at 3 in the morning… meaning, haha you tuned in, and you’re not getting what you thought you were.

    He says before the end of the year (ie, after the election…?) he will release stuff.

    Alex Jones saying he has been bought….

  61. I think they have found away to get to Assange stopping the airing of what he ha on Hillary that will prevent her being elected to the presidency.

    Assange has a son- perhaps he’s been kidnapped and they have threatened to kill him if he announces any revelations that would submarine Hillary chances of winning the election. Assange has provisions in place if he is suicided or assassinated perhaps he overlooked the importance of protecting his family. Whatever prevented him for re;easing this information has to be something close to his heart.

    Assange staked his reputation on reveling the facts about Hillary’s complicity in creating Isis going as far back as removing Qaddafi as the cork in the bottle controlling the advance of Isis throughout the ME and the world.

    Time will tell.. I don’t think it’s fair to dismiss Assange out of hand until more facts are revealed over the next 10 weeks.

  62. I stayed up for about 30 minutes of droning from Assange’s spokespeople before giving up on the infomercial and going to bed. Glad I did not wait for Assange himself to pop up.

  63. That didn’t help Roger Stone’s credibility either, although he has until tomorrow to make good on his tweet that Wikileaks will release some new stuff on Hillary.

  64. I guess the elites will insist on a newer version of the National Anthem- after all, announcing the immigrants need a new tune (for the old cliche) “The Greater Good”!

    The U.S. isn’t one of the top 10 most free countries in the world, study says:

    With costly healthcare, a stereotype of obesity and a culture of creatively fatty foods, “healthy” probably isn’t the first word that comes to mind when you think of the United States.

    But according to the Legatum Prosperity Index’s findings for 2015, the U.S. is the healthiest country in the world. However, when it comes to FREEDOM, an ideal most Americans pride themselves on, the U.S. falls to 15.

    So what’s the country with the most personal freedom? Canada, followed by New Zealand, Norway, Luxembourg and Iceland.

    Personal freedom, as defined by the London-based Legatum Institute, measures a nation’s performance at both guaranteeing individual freedom and encouraging social tolerance. Canada was ranked No. 1 due to 94 percent of its citizens saying they believed they had the freedom to choose the course of their own lives and 92 percent saying there was tolerance for ethnic minorities and immigrants.

    Overall, the U.S. was ranked the 11th most prosperous country out of 142, with Norway snagging the top spot. Other areas measured are the economy, entrepreneurship and opportunity, governance, education, social capital and safety and security.

    The U.S. was ranked highly in all categories except safety and security, where it has dropped to number 33. In fact, in the study’s key findings, it said the U.S. is “an increasingly dangerous place.”

    “It is also the only Western country to register high levels of state-sponsored political violence,” the study says. “According to Amnesty International the country has the same level of political violence as Saudi Arabia.”

    The safest countries are Hong Kong, Iceland, Finland, Ireland and Sweden.

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