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Viral Picture of Donald Trump at campaign rally
Mar 29th, 2016 at 6:19am
 
Here's a picture that I spotted in "The New Republic" a few months ago. I initially doubted its authenticity because it looks like something from the satirical "The Onion".

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Regardless of what you think about Donald Trump(I personally think he's about as qualified to be President as Donald Duck) there's no denying that this is an amazing picture. The exuberance is so genuine.
Here's more about the woman holding the baby that caught The Donald's attention.

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From "The Daily Caller":

Friday, Aug. 21 was like any other Friday. I was finishing up the work week and looking forward to the weekend. My husband and our two older daughters wanted to go the rally to see Mr. Trump’s speech. No one can argue the fact that Trump has a great brand and regardless of political affiliation, he is very entertaining.

I kept thinking of pictures one always sees of politicians kissing babies. Being a new mother, I thought how funny it would be if Donald Trump saw my son, and we could snap a picture of him giving our baby a kiss.

During the speech, I meandered my way through the crowds of people, so I could get a place on the front row. As Mr. Trump came by, he said, “What a cutie!” and gave my son a kiss. I guess my expression in the picture shows my surprise that this event actually took place. The camera caught a combination of me laughing hysterically while yelling to my husband, “Did you get the pic?” (The man on my left in the picture who is leaning back and taking a photo is my husband).

My husband and I enjoyed the picture, and laughed at nearly all of the photo shops and captions. We were however disturbed to see the negative comments people were making in response to the newspaper stories and the picture. These attacks were made against me, the collective group of people around me, the city of Mobile and the state of Alabama. “Alabamians are racist, stupid, have the lowest IQs in the country, the highest school dropout rate, etc.” I never realized until this experience how difficult it would be to hear such insults about my beloved city and state.

Here is the truth: I am a wife and mother of three, and I am employed full-time as a guidance counselor. I love my students regardless of ethnicity or affluence. I went to see Donald Trump because I have watched his television show and I have enjoyed him for years. My attendance didn’t have much to do with politics at this point in time. I was simply curious.

Mobile does not receive much attention from politicians, much less celebrities and as a member of this community I believe it is not only “southern hospitality” but good manners to show up and listen to what a candidate has to say. Furthermore, as a citizen of this great country, I feel an obligation to make informed a decision before I vote. Rest assured, I will attend speeches given by members of the other party as well.


http://dailycaller.com/2015/08/25/the-story-behind-that-viral-photo-of-donald-tr...




The Washington Post thinks this picture should win the Pulitzer Prize and I do too.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2015/08/24/breaking-down-this-ama...
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Reply #1 - Apr 1st, 2016 at 5:00am
 
From the beginning of Trump's campaign I doubted that Trump sincerely wanted to be President. I always figured it was a publicity stunt. I think he wanted proof that he was the most popular man in America. Or at least more popular than any danged politician.

Initially his quest was treated as Quixotic by the press. They didn't think any sane person could honestly want this man who had no political experience, was born with a silver spoon in his mouth but tried to convince the public he was a Horatio Alger self made tycoon. He's not. He inherited a fortune invested wisely and unwisely. He's a salesman, he's a showman. He's anything but the man we should want as the commander and chief of our military and as our nation's chief executive.

Here's a former Trump campaign strategist who bolted from his team after becoming disillusioned with the famous celebrity con man.

Stephanie Cegielski

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Even Trump's most trusted advisors didn't expect him to fare this well.

Almost a year ago, recruited for my public relations and public policy expertise, I sat in Trump Tower being told that the goal was to get The Donald to poll in double digits and come in second in delegate count. That was it.

The Trump camp would have been satisfied to see him polling at 12% and taking second place to a candidate who might hold 50%. His candidacy was a protest candidacy.


It pains me to say, but he is the presidential equivalent of Sanjaya on American Idol. President Trump would be President Sanjaya in terms of legitimacy and authority.

And I am now taking full responsibility for helping create this monster — and reaching out directly to those voters who, like me, wanted Trump to be the real deal.

My support for Trump began probably like yours did. Similar to so many other Americans, I was tired of the rhetoric in Washington. Negativity and stubbornness were at an all-time high, and the presidential prospects didn't look promising.

In 2015, I fell in love with the idea of the protest candidate who was not bought by corporations. A man who sat in a Manhattan high-rise he had built, making waves as a straight talker with a business background, full of successes and failures, who wanted America to return to greatness.

I was sold.

Last summer, I signed on as the Communications Director of the Make America Great Again Super PAC.

It was still early in the Trump campaign, and we hit the ground running. His biggest competitor had more than $100 million in a Super PAC. The Jeb Bush deep pockets looked to be the biggest obstacle we faced. We seemed to be up against a steep challenge, especially since a big part of the appeal of a Trump candidacy was not being influenced by PAC money.



After the first debate, I was more anxious than ever to support Trump. The exchange with Megyn Kelly was like manna from heaven for a communications director. She appeared like yet another reporter trying to kick out the guest who wasn’t invited to the party. At the time, I felt excited for the change to the debate he could bring. I began realizing the man really resonates with the masses and would bring people to the process who had never participated before.

That was inspiring to me.

It wasn't long before every day I awoke to a buzzing phone and a shaking head because Trump had said something politically incorrect the night before. I have been around politics long enough to know that the other side will pounce on any and every opportunity to smear a candidate.

But something surprising and absolutely unexpected happened. Every other candidate misestimated the anger and outrage of the “silent majority” of Americans who are not a part of the liberal elite. So with each statement came a jump in the polls. Just when I thought we were finished, The Donald gained more popularity.

I don't think even Trump thought he would get this far. And I don’t even know that he wanted to, which is perhaps the scariest prospect of all.


He certainly was never prepared or equipped to go all the way to the White House, but his ego has now taken over the driver's seat, and nothing else matters. The Donald does not fail. The Donald does not have any weakness. The Donald is his own biggest enemy.

A devastating terrorist attack in Pakistan targeting Christians occurred on Easter Sunday, and Trump’s response was to tweet, "Another radical Islamic attack, this time in Pakistan, targeting Christian women & children. At least 67 dead, 400 injured. I alone can solve."

Ignoring the fact that at the time Trump tweeted this (time-stamped 4:37 p.m.) the latest news reports had already placed the number differently at 70 dead, 300 injured, take a moment to appreciate the ridiculous, cartoonish, almost childish arrogance of saying that he alone can solve. Does Trump think that he is making a cameo on Wrestlemania (yes, one of his actual credits)?

This is not how foreign policy works. For anyone. Ever.

Superhero powers where "I alone can solve" problems are not real. They do not exist for Batman, for Superman, for Wrestlemania and definitely not for Donald Trump.

What was once Trump's desire to rank second place to send a message to America and to increase his power as a businessman has nightmarishly morphed into a charade that is poised to do irreparable damage to this country if we do not stop this campaign in its tracks.

I'll say it again: Trump never intended to be the candidate. But his pride is too out of control to stop him now.

You can give Trump the biggest gift possible if you are a Trump supporter: stop supporting him.

He doesn't want the White House. He just wants to be able to say that he could have run the White House. He’s achieved that already and then some. If there is any question, take it from someone who was recruited to help the candidate succeed, and initially very much wanted him to do so.

The hard truth is: Trump only cares about Trump.

And if you are one of the disaffected voters — one of the silent majority like me — who wanted a candidate who could be your voice, I want to speak directly to you as one of his biggest advocates and supporters.

He is not that voice. He is not your voice. He is only Trump's voice.


Trump is about Trump. Not one of his many wives. Not one of his many "pieces of ass." He is, at heart, a self-preservationist.

In fact, many people are not aware of the Trump campaign's internal slogan, but I will tell you. It is stolen from a make-believe television presidency on The West Wing where Martin Sheen portrayed President Bartlet. The slogan on the show amongst the idealistic group of Bartlet's staff was “Let Bartlet Be Bartlet.”



It is a repurposed slogan that seemed spot-on for the candidate. He is an intelligent, charismatic man who is involved in every aspect of his organization and would rather speak from the cuff than read briefing notes and recite them. I, in fact, admire Trump for this. But saying this qualifies him to be president is like saying that Seth Rogen is suited to be president. Another extraordinary improvisor, not an extraordinary presidential candidate.

Trump has undoubtedly lived up to the slogan, right down to his main public-relations liaison. Rather than go for a focus-group Washington insider, his communications person had previously taken press calls for the Trump Organization and directed them to the appropriate Trump child. She joked that before joining the campaign she thought "Common Core" was a class at Equinox.


The primary problem with this? What I've seen the longer I've helped prop him up along with the millions who are helping Trump is that we got the slogan wrong. A more accurate internal slogan would read, "Let Trump Help Trump."

I don't dismiss any single Trump constituent, which is why I believe it's important to let you know that the candidate does.

I, too, think our country has gone off track in its values. I, too, think that we need a dramatic change of course. But I am, in my heart, a policy wonk and a believer in coming to the table with necessary knowledge for leading the free world.

The man does not know policy, nor does he have the humility to admit what he does not know — the most frightening position of all.

I remember watching the second Trump debate and thinking, After this, he is going to have to start hammering it home on policy; the country needs substance to make an informed decision.

I wished for it six months ago and am still waiting for it today. He had an opportunity after the terror attacks in Belgium and instead he used the opportunity to talk about closing the borders and what a mess that country had become. I was appalled that he offered no condolences or words of support; he merely gave his "build a wall" stump speech and talked about his greatness.

I felt sad for him at that moment.

And now, with the latest horrifying terror attack in Pakistan, my sadness has turned into anger.

I consider myself a part of the silent majority that led to Trump’s rise, which is why I want you to know that I am with you — I wanted Trump to be real, too.

He is not.

He even says so himself. His misogyny? That's the character.

His presidential candidacy? That's a character, too.

The problem with characters is they are the stuff of soap operas and sitcoms and reality competitions — not political legacies.

Trump made me believe. Until I woke up.

http://www.xojane.com/issues/stephanie-cegielski-donald-trump-campaign-defector
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Reply #2 - Apr 2nd, 2016 at 5:46am
 
the world would end if Trump or $$$$illlary wins the Presidency.  The best option is socialist Bernie "Birdie" Sanders.  I like the guy. I agree about 60% of what he said...  Smiley
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Reply #3 - Apr 4th, 2016 at 1:56am
 
I agree with everything Bernie says. I hope he gets the nomination.

Go tell it to the birds, Bernie! Click on this YouTube picture link.

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P.S. The "Put a Bird On It"  refers to a skit from a show called "Portlandia" that makes fun of Oregonians.

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Reply #4 - Apr 4th, 2016 at 4:29pm
 
I am also a Sanders fan, but he is a huge longshot.

https://electionbettingodds.com/

I am appalled at my fellow Democrats voting for HRC.  I am also appalled at Republicans for favoring Trump and Cruz over Kasich and Paul.

I say, "Just say no" in the general election.  I urge my fellow liberal Democrats to vote for the Green party candidate and I hope the sharper Republicans will choose the Libertarian party candidate.
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Reply #5 - Apr 4th, 2016 at 7:58pm
 
DogbiteWilliams wrote on Apr 4th, 2016 at 4:29pm:
I am also a Sanders fan, but he is a huge longshot.

https://electionbettingodds.com/

I am appalled at my fellow Democrats voting for HRC.  I am also appalled at Republicans for favoring Trump and Cruz over Kasich and Paul.

I say, "Just say no" in the general election.  I urge my fellow liberal Democrats to vote for the Green party candidate and I hope the sharper Republicans will choose the Libertarian party candidate.

Talk about long shots!
Every election is pretty much the same. Candidate A is better than candidate B.

Bernie is better than Hillary. Kasich is better than Trump or Cruz but just slightly. Kasich is a weasel who just stood back and watched as Rubio and Cruz got down and dirty with Trump in the debate before the first Super Tuesday primary. Kasich is a stern anti-abortion candidate. He's not a moderate.

There's no point in voting for a candidate who has no chance of winning.
Trump is dangerously out of his depth.
Bernie Sanders turns 75 in September which is something to keep in mind. If he's elected he'll be oldest President we've ever had when he finishes his term in 2021. He'll be 79. He's a one-term President.
Hillary has taken money from everyone and if you believe she's simply a puppet of special interests that's a legitimate concern but at least she has a long track record in politics both as an elected official and behind the scenes as a political consultant.

Trump is an ignorant, obnoxious bully.
Cruz is a bigoted xenophobe.
Kasich did manage to balance his states budget, is not a paranoid Islamaphobe but is otherwise as socially conservative as Cruz. So don't vote for him either.
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Reply #6 - Apr 5th, 2016 at 6:34am
 
Starbuck2016 wrote on Apr 4th, 2016 at 7:58pm:
DogbiteWilliams wrote on Apr 4th, 2016 at 4:29pm:
I am also a Sanders fan, but he is a huge longshot.

https://electionbettingodds.com/

I am appalled at my fellow Democrats voting for HRC.  I am also appalled at Republicans for favoring Trump and Cruz over Kasich and Paul.

I say, "Just say no" in the general election.  I urge my fellow liberal Democrats to vote for the Green party candidate and I hope the sharper Republicans will choose the Libertarian party candidate.

Talk about long shots!
Every election is pretty much the same. Candidate A is better than candidate B.

Bernie is better than Hillary. Kasich is better than Trump or Cruz but just slightly. Kasich is a weasel who just stood back and watched as Rubio and Cruz got down and dirty with Trump in the debate before the first Super Tuesday primary. Kasich is a stern anti-abortion candidate. He's not a moderate.

There's no point in voting for a candidate who has no chance of winning.
Trump is dangerously out of his depth.
Bernie Sanders turns 75 in September which is something to keep in mind. If he's elected he'll be oldest President we've ever had when he finishes his term in 2021. He'll be 79. He's a one-term President.
Hillary has taken money from everyone and if you believe she's simply a puppet of special interests that's a legitimate concern but at least she has a long track record in politics both as an elected official and behind the scenes as a political consultant.

Trump is an ignorant, obnoxious bully.
Cruz is a bigoted xenophobe.
Kasich did manage to balance his states budget, is not a paranoid Islamaphobe but is otherwise as socially conservative as Cruz. So don't vote for him either.

that's what they said about Obama when  he first  ran for  President   -- a  longshot. Sanders, at this  point  have  more delegates  than Obama did  in '08.  He is  technically  not  that  far  behind  from $$$illary.  I think the recent exposure  of the Panama Papers  will  be bad news for both $$illary and Trump. Smiley good... Hope  Wisconsin votes for Sanders  tomorrow!
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Reply #7 - Apr 5th, 2016 at 8:20pm
 
How times have changed. An early Republican primary debate from 1980. This one took place before the Iowa caucus in March. Ronald Reagan wasn't present at this one. He had a commanding lead in the polls and perhaps saw no advantage to attending this one.
The candidates are all seated, there's no cross-talk, the tone is civil and they stick to the issues.There was no grandstanding and the audience was asked to respectfully refrain from cheering,applauding or booing. Robert Dole occasionally makes snide remarks, sometimes funny most times unfunny.
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Reply #8 - Apr 6th, 2016 at 5:46am
 
Starbuck2016 wrote on Apr 5th, 2016 at 8:20pm:
How times have changed. An early Republican primary debate from 1980. This one took place before the Iowa caucus in March. Ronald Reagan wasn't present at this one. He had a commanding lead in the polls and perhaps saw no advantage to attending this one.
The candidates are all seated, there's no cross-talk, the tone is civil and they stick to the issues.There was no grandstanding and the audience was asked to respectfully refrain from cheering,applauding or booing. Robert Dole occasionally makes snide remarks, sometimes funny most times unfunny.
img.photobucket.com/albums/v304/Grisostomo/1980%20Republican%20Debate.png



In those days, the debates were too...."PBS" for most audiences.  With 24/7 news around these days, insulting each other is the name of the game. We have dumb down a lot over the decades.  Sad
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Reply #9 - Apr 8th, 2016 at 9:21pm
 
absfan36 wrote on Apr 6th, 2016 at 5:46am:
. We have dumb down a lot over the decades.  Sad

True.
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Reply #10 - May 4th, 2016 at 9:28pm
 
Well it looks like the Republicans are stuck with Bozo the Clown as their party's presidential nominee. As much as they hate the guy the party establishment is lining up to climb on board the HMS Titanic 2.

Here's Bobby Jindal speaking about Trump in September 2015. Click the pic below.

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Here's the text of speech, from the National Review.

Donald Trump is not a serious candidate. He’s a narcissist. He’s an egomaniac. The only thing he believes in is himself… Everybody knows this is true.

This shouldn’t be new. The idea of the Donald Trump act is great. The reality of Donald Trump, however, is absurd. He’s non-serious. He’s a carnival act. Here’s the truth about Donald Trump. Donald Trump is shallow. He has no understanding of policy. He is full of bluster. He has no substance. He lacks the intellectual curiosity to even learn. You can’t argue policy with this guy. The only thing that Donald Trump believes in is himself. Look, he tells us that his healthcare plan’s going to be fabulous. He tells us his tax plan will be really, really terrific.

He is shallow, there is no substance. He doesn’t know anything about policy. He has no idea what he’s talking about. He makes it up on the fly. He doesn’t believe in limited government. He has told us that. Over and over from his belief in socialized medicine to his desire for tax increases. He has told us over and over that he’s got no problem with big, top-down style government. The only government he’s got with D.C. today, he has no problem with big top-down style government. His only problem is he’s not the one running it today. Donald Trump’s not against big government, he’s just against the folks that happen to be running it.

Donald Trump is for Donald Trump. He believes in nothing other than himself. Look, he’s not a liberal, he’s not a moderate, he’s not a conservative. He’s not a Democrat, he’s not a Republican, he’s not an independent. Donald Trump is for Donald Trump. He’s not for anything, he’s not against anything. Issues don’t mean anything to him. Policies, ideals, they’re not important to him, he is for Donald. Donald Trump is a narcissist and he’s an egomaniac. Donald Trump is dangerous, but not in the way you think. The reality is we have an incredible opportunity to turn our country around and the question for conservatives is this: are we going to rely and trust proven conservative principles or are we going to turn to a man who believes in nothing but himself? And that is the most essential question we’ve got to answer right now. Are we going to miss this great opportunity? Are we going to apply conservative principles, or do we trust a man who believes in nothing but himself?

That’s what makes Donald Trump so dangerous. Many people think he’s dangerous, they say, “Well, you wouldn’t want somebody like that with such a hot head with his fingers on the nuclear codes.” And yeah, that’s certainly true. That’s not the real danger. The real danger is that ironically Donald Trump could destroy America’s chance to be great again.


And yet this same Governor Jindal who sounds the alarm about an unstable megalomaniac with his finger on the nuclear trigger is giving the Donald his support instead of giving him the finger.
Why is this happening? Because the party establishment is hedging their bets in case  somehow The Joker snatches victory from what surely appears to be the jaws of defeat and the Titanic stays afloat this time. Pardon the mixed metaphors.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/434937/lets-unite-help-hothead-get-his-fing...
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Reply #11 - May 8th, 2016 at 8:13am
 
$$$illary  is just as equally bad as Trump.  Who the hell picked these people?!?
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Reply #12 - May 8th, 2016 at 10:44am
 
absfan36 wrote on May 8th, 2016 at 8:13am:
$$$illary  is just as equally bad as Trump.  Who the hell picked these people?!? 

The people picked these people! That's how democracy works. Mediocre people pick mediocre people or in the case of Trump, the clueless pick the clueless.
Hillary is an experienced politician, she worked alongside her husband Bill crafting policy when he was president and when she speaks she knows what she's talking about. On every count she's a far, far better choice than con man Trump.
In fact I've just talked myself into voting for Clinton in the California primary instead of Sanders. Despite the minor scandals that occurred during President Clinton's term in the White House I still believe he's a good man to have there. It's a no brainer, the Clinton's in '16.
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Reply #13 - May 9th, 2016 at 6:23am
 
Starbuck2016 wrote on May 8th, 2016 at 10:44am:
absfan36 wrote on May 8th, 2016 at 8:13am:
$$$illary  is just as equally bad as Trump.  Who the hell picked these people?!? 

The people picked these people! That's how democracy works. Mediocre people pick mediocre people or in the case of Trump, the clueless pick the clueless.
Hillary is an experienced politician, she worked alongside her husband Bill crafting policy when he was president and when she speaks she knows what she's talking about. On every count she's a far, far better choice than con man Trump.
In fact I've just talked myself into voting for Clinton in the California primary instead of Sanders. Despite the minor scandals that occurred during President Clinton's term in the White House I still believe he's a good man to have there. It's a no brainer, the Clinton's in '16.

Is that what you want? an establishment?  Shes all for Wall Street, Big Oil, Big Fracking, Anti-Climate Change, Big Pharma, Big Money. She could give two shits about the little guys/gals. She could careless about you because you are low class.  She and Bill made over $26 million dollars according to their last tax returns most of the money came from their "Foundation" and her speaking engagements.  She only earned $23 all of 2015.  Shocked    Angry She is NOT a working class politician/person.  No surprise major cities  like San Diego would go for $$$illlary. Sad....
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Reply #14 - May 9th, 2016 at 9:52pm
 
I don't speakfor San Diego. I know many people here who are voting for Trump. My sister and brother are voting for Bernie. They live respectively in Denver, CO and Huntington Beach, CA.
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