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RE: What could D. Trump improve, to win the general election?
(05-09-2016 09:10 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(05-09-2016 06:10 AM)Requiem Wrote:  Sure gotta learn dat Spanish and speak it during the presidential debate on national TV to get all these lovely Mexicans to vote for the ebil rich white man. Just make sure though to not fuck up the pronunciation otherwise all the HISPANICS™ will realize you're just doing this to get their darn vote. - What a surprise! You're NOT GENUINE. You DON'T APPRECIATE THEM the way they DESERVE.

Actually, there is nothing wrong with learning Spanish. May I remind you that Spain is one of the most glorious countries and civilizations ever? The language of (war hero, ex-White slave and martyr) Cervantes is one of the oldest and most gracious in History.

I mean, please stop equating Spanish language with Azteco-Mexican illegals...

Anyway, learning (good) Spanish would prove Trump is high-energy and unpredictable, whereas in her 666 years of life, Hillary only learned one word of Spanish (basta)... Trump could suddenly drop some Spanish words in a good-humored way, joking in Spanish, and Hillary would be stuck open-mouthed and wordless during a debate... then Trump would ask her, "wait, you claim to be the candidates of the Latinos and don't even speak five words of Spanish...?" Game over! Banana

Idea By the way, it'd be a good joke from Trump, saying, Hillary looks so tired, it's like she's 666 years old...

I know Spanish and can Salsa and Bachata, because I have to know to bang latinas.

Trump doesn't need to know Spanish. Trump is so Alpha that supermodels immigrate to the US and learn English just to talk to him.

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RE: What could D. Trump improve, to win the general election?
(05-09-2016 09:10 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(05-09-2016 06:10 AM)Requiem Wrote:  Sure gotta learn dat Spanish and speak it during the presidential debate on national TV to get all these lovely Mexicans to vote for the ebil rich white man. Just make sure though to not fuck up the pronunciation otherwise all the HISPANICS™ will realize you're just doing this to get their darn vote. - What a surprise! You're NOT GENUINE. You DON'T APPRECIATE THEM the way they DESERVE.

Actually, there is nothing wrong with learning Spanish. May I remind you that Spain is one of the most glorious countries and civilizations ever? The language of (war hero, ex-White slave and martyr) Cervantes is one of the oldest and most gracious in History.

I mean, please stop equating Spanish language with Azteco-Mexican illegals...

Anyway, learning (good) Spanish would prove Trump is high-energy and unpredictable, whereas in her 666 years of life, Hillary only learned one word of Spanish (basta)... Trump could suddenly drop some Spanish words in a good-humored way, joking in Spanish, and Hillary would be stuck open-mouthed and wordless during a debate... then Trump would ask her, "wait, you claim to be the candidates of the Latinos and don't even speak five words of Spanish...?" Game over! Banana

Idea By the way, it'd be a good joke from Trump, saying, Hillary looks so tired, it's like she's 666 years old...

Spanish is a beautiful language. I wish I could speak it. Mabe I'l learn one day. Nothing wrong with learning it for that reason or for travel or whatever.
Learning it to pander to minorities in an election for President of the UNITED STATES however, is just pathetic.

Never mind he's not actually going to do this, but he has so much stuff to learn and so many rallies to hold right now, this would be a very poor time-investment. Also, he couldn't learn it fluently in such a short time, so he'd just learn a few phrases and then they'd ask him something in Spanish and he wouldn't know what to say. Or he'd stumble and look fragile / lose frame. This is a bad idea from every angle in my opinion.
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RE: What could D. Trump improve, to win the general election?
Cold hard Economic Reality and saving the USA's economy will lock it in for Trump...

Immigration Controls, Jobs, Economy, Security and Health are what matter most to all men and women in the USA.

Bottom Line - 8 years of Obamanomics and a 2008/09 meltdown is quite likely before 2016 year end like 2008.

This is the weakest recovery in USA history due to the many crushing tax increases, costly onerous OSHA, EPA and myriad Federal and State regulations and brutally costly mandates like ACA and OFCCP militant diversity social justice warrior workforce modification laws ... it is illegal to hire only the best without workforce diversity complexion management... result a flood of jobs going offshore and the rate of offshoring increasing dramatically especially to $5 Hr Mexico with cheap rail and truck transport of goods back to USA markets - with mandatory Mexicartels controlled highly addictive drugs (Heroin, Cocaine, Crystal Meth) hidden in said trucks and rail cars. New Hampshire on the Canadian border had over 443 heroin deaths in the past 12 months. The closer you get to the NarcoMex border the worse this becomes.

And now we get:

The Sovereign Investor May 7th, 2016 Newsletter:

Death Threats From the Fed
By Jocelynn Smith, Sr. Managing Editor

More economic numbers rolled in this week, and they weren’t good. The cliff is crumbling under our feet, and I think it’s too late to back away from the edge — particularly when the Fed is whispering about more rate hikes this year that could almost certainly kill our tepid recovery stone-cold dead.

Earlier in the week, Automatic Data Processing (ADP) released its monthly employment report that showed employers adding 156,000 jobs in April — the slowest since February 2014 and widely missing the Street estimate of 193,000. What’s worse, all the jobs that were added were in the service industry — a sector not exactly known for high-paying jobs.

On the other hand, goods producers lost 11,000 jobs and manufacturers shed 13,000.

So we have another instance of high-paying job cuts, only to be replaced with low-paying service positions. This is not how you get an economy to bounce back.

All in all, April was an incredibly cruel month for the American worker. While ADP pointed out that the service sector was adding jobs, the retail sector was essentially beaten with a layoff stick. Here are just some of the cuts and closures announced in April:

Aeropostale filed for bankruptcy protection and announced plans to close 154 stores.

Sears announced that it’s closing 78 Sears and Kmart stores.

American Apparel announced plans to lay off 500 workers (11.6% of staff).

L Brands plans to restructure Victoria’s Secret and cut roughly 200 jobs.

Nordstrom is slashing up to 400 jobs due to slow sales.

Coach plans 300 job cuts.

Sports Authority has filed for bankruptcy protection and announced plans to close 140 stores, but it is considering closing all stores.
And it wasn’t just the retail sector that’s taking a beating from America’s poor economic recovery…

Chevron announced another 1,000 job cuts, bringing total layoffs to 8,000 (12% of workforce).

Halliburton cut more than 6,000 jobs in the first quarter and slashed its workforce by nearly one-third since oil started tumbling in late 2014.

Alcoa cut 600 jobs in the previous quarter, planning for an additional 400 cuts and could consider 1,000 more layoffs.

Lockheed Martin plans to lay off 1,500 workers.

Caterpillar announced plans to close five U.S. plants and shed 820 positions — part of the company’s broader plan to slash its workforce by 10,000 jobs and close or consolidate 20 facilities through 2018.

Intel announced plans to lay off 12,000 people (11% of workforce).

In fact, U.S. productivity dropped by 1% in the first quarter, marking the fourth decline in six quarters. In the past year, productivity has inched 0.6% higher, significantly lagging behind our historic pace of 2.2%.

While the economy continues to limp toward the edge that will finally send us tumbling back into recession, there remains a key pocket of growth that more investors are adding to their portfolios: gold. As Jeff Opdyke has pointed out on more than one occasion, gold is your insurance policy against economic collapse and government idiocy.

Since the start of 2016, gold is up roughly 21%, while stocks are slipping back into negative territory for the year. What’s more, silver has flexed its muscles, adding close to 26%. Adding exposure to these commodities and others will help to diversify your holdings and offer some protection as growth continues to slow.
http://thesovereigninvestor.com/investme...dd-metals/

Regards,

Jocelynn Smith
Sr. Managing Editor, Sovereign Investor Daily

P.S. If you missed some of last week’s Sovereign ideas, please see our commentaries below:

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In conclusion Donald Trump is the master of leverage and debt management. The Deep State and their Fed and Treasury tools have been pumping up the US economy on zirp policies for so long that it is like a Drugs pusher selling a dying heroin addict one last fix (Clintons and Obamanomics solutions to placate their Globalist Banksters - Rothschilds, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, BoA-Merrill Lynch, Fed etc.).

Trump knows that the USA and global economy are beyond the point of the straw that breaks a camel’s back and the only way to deal with the USAs and EU debt is the same way the Gov dealt with GM's massive antiquated pensions - Put GM in bankruptcy and reorganize by wiping out GM's phat rich pensions negotiated in the 50s 60s and 70s but unsustainable in a competitive Globalized World Economy.

The EU (Germany France Italy), UK, China, Japan, Korea, Saudis, Middle East, Mexico, South America and Asia have maintained a severe balance of payments surplus in excess of $1 Trillion USD per year at the expense and deficit of the USA singing the mantra of Free Trade and cheap goods for the gluttonous American Consumers.... to the tune of $Trillion a year in Trade Imbalances that is multiplied in the USA's rapidly increasing and unsustainable levels of National Debt and Unfunded Liabilities. If the USA were to go back to traditional levels of interest that incentivize savings of 5% to 10% CD interest rates - the debt service on the National Debt would dwarf DoD and major Entitlement programs budget line items - thus the insane and unsustainable Nirp and Zirp interest rates of today. Economic smoke and mirrors that would rival a Vegas Master Magician's illusions.

This is what rigid "conservative" ideologues like the Bushes, Karl Rove, Mutt Romney and Paul $2.3 Trillion Omnibus Budget Ryan have swamped the US with.

News flash the American Consumer does not a new Android or iPhone every year when they are built to last for 20 years... or a new Car every year when Toyotas, Lexus and Mercedes or VWs and Volvos are built to last 20 years versus US and Chinese and cheaper EE brands that rust out and disintegrate after 5 years.

The rest of the world can take their cheap crap and eff off while the USA refocuses on good old fashioned American Quality designed to last without built in obsolescence and mountains of trash. The time to take harsh medicine is now and that is renegotiating the Globalist Banksters unsustainable debt foisted on the US people and businesses by the Deep State Elites and their puppets at the Treasury and the Fed as well as the IRS.

Worked for GM and they are doing well globally… Debt renegotiation is overdue for the USA.
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RE: What could D. Trump improve, to win the general election?
(05-09-2016 01:47 PM)Requiem Wrote:  
(05-09-2016 09:10 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(05-09-2016 06:10 AM)Requiem Wrote:  Sure gotta learn dat Spanish and speak it during the presidential debate on national TV to get all these lovely Mexicans to vote for the ebil rich white man. Just make sure though to not fuck up the pronunciation otherwise all the HISPANICS™ will realize you're just doing this to get their darn vote. - What a surprise! You're NOT GENUINE. You DON'T APPRECIATE THEM the way they DESERVE.

Actually, there is nothing wrong with learning Spanish. May I remind you that Spain is one of the most glorious countries and civilizations ever? The language of (war hero, ex-White slave and martyr) Cervantes is one of the oldest and most gracious in History.

I mean, please stop equating Spanish language with Azteco-Mexican illegals...

Anyway, learning (good) Spanish would prove Trump is high-energy and unpredictable, whereas in her 666 years of life, Hillary only learned one word of Spanish (basta)... Trump could suddenly drop some Spanish words in a good-humored way, joking in Spanish, and Hillary would be stuck open-mouthed and wordless during a debate... then Trump would ask her, "wait, you claim to be the candidates of the Latinos and don't even speak five words of Spanish...?" Game over! Banana

Idea By the way, it'd be a good joke from Trump, saying, Hillary looks so tired, it's like she's 666 years old...

Spanish is a beautiful language. I wish I could speak it. Mabe I'l learn one day. Nothing wrong with learning it for that reason or for travel or whatever.
Learning it to pander to minorities in an election for President of the UNITED STATES however, is just pathetic.

Never mind he's not actually going to do this, but he has so much stuff to learn and so many rallies to hold right now, this would be a very poor time-investment. Also, he couldn't learn it fluently in such a short time, so he'd just learn a few phrases and then they'd ask him something in Spanish and he wouldn't know what to say. Or he'd stumble and look fragile / lose frame. This is a bad idea from every angle in my opinion.

I agree, especially with the underlined part of your post. Too late to become perfectly fluent, if starting now.

Well, Spanish or no Spanish language, Trump in any case will have many, many angles of attacks against Hillary.

Another idea: he could try to locate the rape victim whom rapist Hillary helped free, as a (laughing) lawyer, years ago... can you imagine Trump having her (the victim) climb on stage during one of his meetings? recount her experience with Hillary-the-lawyer?
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RE: What could D. Trump improve, to win the general election?
Article on recent battleground states poll:

Quote:Quinnipiac: Trump, Clinton Neck-and-Neck

The potential matchups show:

Florida: Clinton at 43 percent, with 42 percent for Trump;
Ohio: Trump edges Clinton 43 to 39 percent;
Pennsylvania: Clinton at 43 percent to Trump's 42 percent.


In Florida:

48 - 35 percent lead among women gives Clinton an overall score of 43 percent. Trump's 49 - 36 percent lead among men gives him 42 percent of all voters;
Independents were divided by 39-39 between Trump and Clinton. White voters go Republican 52 - 33 percent, with non-white voters leaning Democratic by 63 - 20 percent;
Younger voters 18 to 34 years old back Clinton 49 - 27 percent, while voters over 65 years old back Trump 50 - 37 percent;
Favorability ratings: Clinton, Trump each get negative 37 - 57 percent favorability rating;
Economy: 54 - 40 percent, for Trump;
Terrorism: Trump, 49-43 percent over Clinton;
Intelligence: Voters say 52 - 38 percent that Clinton is more intelligent than Trump and 46 - 41 percent that she has higher moral standards.
Clinton has the temperament to handle an international crisis, Florida voters say 54 - 44 percent. Trump does not, voters say 62 - 34 percent.

In Ohio:

Men: Trump, 51-36 percent;
Women: Clinton, 43-36 percent;
White voters: Republican, 49-32 percent;
Non-White voters, Democrat, 76-14 percent;
Younger voters: Clinton over Trump, 43-39 percent;
Voters over 65: Trump over Clinton, 46-40 percent;
Independents: Trump over Clinton, 40-37 percent;
Favorability ratings: Clinton, 34-62 percent; Trump, 36-57 percent;
Economy: Trump over Clinton, 52-40 percent;
Terrorism: Trump over Clinton, 48-43 percent;
More intelligent: Clinton over Trump, 47-39 percent;
Moral standards: Clinton over Trump, 43-39 percent;
International crisis temperament: Clinton, 51-46 percent; Trump does not, 63-29 percent.

Pennsylvania:

Men: Trump, 54-33 percent;
Women: Clinton, 51-32 percent;
White voters: Republican, 48-37 percent;
Non-White voters, Democrat, 74-14 percent;
Younger voters: Clinton over Trump, 43-36 percent
Voters over 65: Trump over Clinton, 49-42 percent;
Favorability ratings: Clinton, 37-58 percent; Trump, 39-55 percent;
Economy: Trump over Clinton, 51-42 percent;
Terrorism: Trump over Clinton, 47-46 percent;
More intelligent: Clinton over Trump, 52-35 percent;
Moral standards: Clinton over Trump, 48-39 percent;
International crisis temperament: Clinton, 55-42 percent; Trump does not, 63-33 percent.

http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/quinnipi...id/728000/

I've highlighted the important areas Trump should focus on:

-Hit Hillary in the moral standards column, hard, and well. He needs a woman spokesperson/champion to highlights the Clintons long history of rape, and attack their CGI corruption and her ineptitude as SoS.

-Work on youth and indepedents. He has to reach out to Bernie voters, he needs to get a third of those, or at the very least make them feel that Hillary is no better which will deflate their turnout. Emphasize the commonalities with Bernie (anti-globalist, anti-establishment, pro-America/pro-labor, anti-bankster, anti-corruption, high energy).

Emphasize the economic angle for youth: address their anxiety about their career prospects; he will work to make sure their jobs stay in the US.

Trump needs to set up a panel and action plan, recruiting well-liked independent outsider spokespersons like Jesse Ventura. Also, he needs to, when possible, refrain from directly attacking Sanders, deflecting his attacks judo-style, and pounding instead on Clinton and hated establishment Democrats like Pelosi: he will look like he's tag teaming Sanders and continuing the fight against Clinton, which many of his supporters already dislike.

-Reach out to minorities: economic angle (pro-job, pro-America, anti-globalist, anti-outsourcing). Soften up rhetoric towards hispanic citizens. Recruit champions, create a "concilliation" panel.

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These numbers amongst non-white voters show why Trump is the last nationalist who can win a nation wide election.

Not to mention that we will probably never have another person run with 10 billion of fuck you money, incredible boardroom leadership skills, and Hollywood A-Lister charisma. This is the last battle for America as it used to be.
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RE: What could D. Trump improve, to win the general election?
Insightful Schiff on Trump:

https://youtu.be/ZNNDMCWHSQg

Published on May 6, 2016
Peter Schiff on CNBC.com Futures Now 5/5/2016
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(05-10-2016 05:16 PM)Enoch Wrote:  These numbers amongst non-white voters show why Trump is the last nationalist who can win a nation wide election.

Not to mention that we will probably never have another person run with 10 billion of fuck you money, incredible boardroom leadership skills, and Hollywood A-Lister charisma. This is the last battle for America as it used to be.

This has been my point for some time now. Kudos.

In my estimation it is too late, but if you don't see that this is the only chance at a last stand, you are dead-blind

And a lot of friends and people for whom I have respect are just that = dead blind.
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(05-08-2016 01:40 AM)Anabasis to Desta Wrote:  No need to over-analyze this. A black VP would seal the election.

15-18% of the black vote would have turned Florida, Ohio and Virginia red even back in 2012 when the Republican turnout was super low which would have won the election. This time around, a black VP along with the increased turnout might turn PA red as well.

I can't believe how many people suggested some lily white "Marine" or Jon Huntsman as VP in the other thread. The VP has no power and in an election this crucial ... one that literally will determine the future of the planet, we can't afford to gamble that way.

Most of you guys don't understand how the majority of AA vote. Slap on a black face as VP and two million black people will hop on the Trump train overnight in support of a brotha'.

Desta,

You're Ethiopian right? I'm wondering how you classify yourself (American? Black? Mix? African? etc)

I've enjoyed your posts.
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