Saturday, May 28, 2016

Donald Trump in Perspective

Asian Americans Stump For Donald Trump | MSNBC:
Marty Yu 
I"m not pro-Clinton. I'm just less anti-Clinton than I am anti-Trump

Marty Yu 

But for the record, there is no reality where I could vote for someone who: - Centered a presidential campaign around building a wall on the Mexican border - Doesn’t believe human-caused climate change is real - Wants to repeal Dodd Frank, effectively deregulating Wall Street - Wants to dismantle the ACA, which has reduced the uninsured by 18 million, but has no alternate plan (replacing it with “something great” is not policy) - Wants to impose steep tariffs which will only serve to hurt the working poor and middle class, while starting a trade war with China - Wants to ban an entire religion from entering the US - Is anti-abortion - Believes in torture
My Response: First off, there are far more reasons to be anti-Clinton... Hillary Clinton is a Crook - This is Why People Won't Vote for Her (A Letter to ABC's 7:30 Program): "But for the record, there is no reality where I could vote for someone who..." Sure there is! It's just a matter of perspective. You could choose to live in a reality where a border wall is but a means to ensuring national sovereignty, which is an antithesis to the tyranny of globalism... BREXIT & America First: The Battle of Globalism vs Nationalism - As the Bank of England prepares for the now possible outcome of Britain leaving the European Union, we look at the death struggle between national sovereignty and the NWO of global consolidation:
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National sovereignty is the only thing that keeps the world relatively free and is government’s most important responsibility. The invading forces are the spirit of non-government – anti-civilization – evil anarchy.:

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You could also choose too look into and recognize the multitude of other reasons that illegal immigration is a bad thing: Your second point should not be a reason to settle on who to vote for as... GLOBAL WARMING SCIENCE IS NOT SETTLED; 31,497 SCIENTISTS DISPUTE MAN-MADE GLOBAL WARMING:
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Let's skip Dodd Frank for just a second. As to Trump dismantling the Affordable Care Act. He has outlined real policy to replace it with, not
 just "something great."


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I'm Still Hearing This Talking Point That Trump Has No Real Policies, Offers No Real Details:

Obamacare DISMANTLED Health Care | Dr. Elaina George:

Trump is right: YOUR medical care IS at risk By Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D.:

Excerpt from 
The case for repealing Dodd-Frank:
The Affordable Care Act, better known as ObamaCare, has received all the attention as the worst expression of the Obama presidency, but Dodd-Frank deserves a look. Just as ObamaCare was the wrong prescription for health care, Dodd-Frank was based on a faulty diagnosis of the financial crisis. Until that diagnosis is corrected—until it is made clear to the American people that the financial crisis was caused by the government rather than by deregulation or insufficient regulation—economic growth will be impeded. It follows that when the true causes of the financial crisis have been made clear, it will become possible to repeal Dodd-Frank.

This has happened before. During the 1930s, the dominant view was that the Depression was caused by excessive competition. It seems crackpot now, but the New Dealers thought that too much competition drove down prices, caused firms to fail, and thus increased unemployment. The Dodd-Frank of the time was the National Industrial Recovery Act. Although it was eventually overturned by the Supreme Court, its purpose was to cartelize industry and limit competition so that businesses could raise their prices. It was only in the 1960s, when Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz showed that the Depression was caused by the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy, that national policies began to move away from regulation and toward competition. What followed was a flood of deregulation—of trucking, air travel, securities, and communications, among others—which has given us the Internet, affordable air travel for families instead of just business, securities transactions at a penny a share, and Fedex. Ironically, however, the regulation of banking increased, accounting for the problems of the industry today.

If the American people come to recognize that the financial crisis was caused by the housing policies of their own government—rather than insufficient regulation or the inherent instability of the U.S. financial system—Dodd-Frank will be seen as an illegitimate response to the crisis. Only then will it be possible to repeal or substantially modify this repressive law.
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President Franklin D. Roosevelt Roosevelt was the architect of the above mentioned New Deal program, please learn... 

The Truth about Franklin D. Roosevelt:


On to the next point...

Is Donald Trump Right About Taxes, Tariffs and Trade?:

The next point after that is simply incorrect, a temporary ban on Muslims in an effort to combat terrorism isn't the same as wanting to "to ban an entire religion from entering the US."  
Carter Agrees With Trump On Muslim Ban - Trump is a monster, a madman and a vile racist. He’s just like Hitler. Or Jimmy Carter.

During the Iranian hostage crisis, Carter issued a number of orders to put pressure on Iran. Among these, Iranians were banned from entering the United States unless they oppose the Shiite Islamist regime or had a medical emergency.:

Muslim community leader supports Trump's proposed ban:
Louis Farrakhan Agrees With Donald Trump on Refugees: Moving on... Anti-abortion is one perspective. Pro-life is another.
Recalling his personal observation of a late-term abortion performed by one of his instructors during his medical residency, Ron Paul stated, “It was pretty dramatic for me to see a two-and-a-half-pound baby taken out crying and breathing and put in a bucket.”

Trump Isn't for Punishing Women, He's Against Killing Babies & He Believes in the Rule of Law, Which Allows Abortions:

And finally...

Trump WAS Wrong about Torture:

But again, he believes in the rule of law...

Donald Trump reverses position on torture, killing terrorists’ families... a statement Friday, Trump said that he understands “that the United States is bound by laws and treaties” and that he would “not order our military or other officials to violate those laws and will seek their advice on such matters.”:


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