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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Desperate GOP Insiders Approach Mark Cuban As A Third Party Candidate?


It appears as though Anti-Trump Republicans have contacted Mark Cuban about a third-party bid. Really?

My, my is this an altruistic act out of concern for the American people or an act of sheer desperation to guard their own self-interests.
What part of the sentence "The voters have spoken" do the insiders not get?

For the so-called establishment to turn against their own nominee is insane unless one digs beneath the surface. It is astounding that so many of them can actually say that Hillary would be a better president than Trump. Seriously.
Hillary Clinton’s speech on ISIS to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) showed clearly what to expect in a Clinton presidency: more of the same. In her speech, Clinton doubled down on the existing, failed U.S. approach in the Middle East, the one she pursued as Secretary of State. More here

Go here to see a list  the end of those who will not back Trump--as of now. While many may have some genuine concerns regarding Trump, others may have a more nefarious motive.  Although no names were mentioned these so called "Republicans" are undoubtedly insiders who are more in line with the Globalist agenda and their place in it than with American interests.

They called themselves the Bilderberg Group with a membership representing a who’s who of world power elites, mostly from America, Canada, and Western Europe with familiar names like David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, Lloyd Blankfein, George Soros, Donald Rumsfeld, Rupert Murdoch, other heads of state, influential senators, congressmen and parliamentarians, Pentagon and NATO brass, members of European royalty, selected media figures, and invited others – some quietly by some accounts like Barack Obama and many of his top officials.
It would appear as though our "leaders" are not on our side and  Americans from both major political parties have awakened to this fact. Even though some may question their politics, the battle cry for both seems to be "Go Donald, go Bernie".



The major  parties and their handlers have only themselves to blame. They thought they could deceive us by placing, yes placing, an attractive candidate of color (he is NOT African American) into the Oval Office.  Even though the election may have  won via  fraud in 2008  and in 2012
(debate continues as to how much) many voters continued to support his policies regarding both domestic and foreign. Understandably the GOP house could not do much with Harry Reid refusing to send anything the they sent him to the appropriate Senate committee to be passed and sent to the floor. However, when the GOP got control of both houses in 2014, things appeared to be much the same. Is it any wonder that the voters are furious. 

As for many Democrats, they appear to be angry with politics as usual also. It is astounding that a 72 year old disheveled socialist has been able to mount a serious challenge to the anointed queen. Were it not for the super delegates, she would undoubtedly lose.

Although Trump was not my first, nor even my tenth choice, he IS the nominee and is unquestionably better than Hillary. He does appear to genuinely care for America, and yes he has many worldwide business interests. What we must understand is that vibrant business activity,  both small and large, is necessary for a vibrant economy. Also, he does not have egregious situations like Benghazi, an unsecured email server, nor pay to play political deals on his back as does the anointed Democrat nominee (unless she ends up in the pokey first). 

I can understand voters being angry and disappointed that their choice did not win as am I. However for the party to turn against him is unconscionable.

America is at a crossroad. We need to pray that it takes the right path
 
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