Thursday, March 3, 2016


I had three eye opener lead in lines for today’s belated blog;(1) OMG I have to agree with the Ledger,(2) And now there are three plus one,(3) apolitical Campbell’s support anti-Mapp Democrat Council slate.

I could add a fourth, Tomorrow evening this blogger will have the agenda for Monday’s Council meeting.  For one not in any loop that is that will be ambrosia; a chance to comment on Plainfield not the national scene which does not seem to be of interest to the locals.

However to return to Republican politics; Christie by supporting Trump has lost any respect I had for him. How can an honest American support a man who flirts with “truth”.

Although space and time prevent me from documenting any; at least 90% of Trumps clams as facts or the “truth” have been given a 3 or 4 Pinocchio rating by the Washington Post’s Fact Checker.

This man who some have called a “neo-fascist” claims that although years ago  he refused to run with Duke’s support to have no knowledge David Duke or the KKK   
Therefore despite a statement that he “misheard” the question he has not rejected that support.

And now he has received the support of Anti-Semitic, anti-white Farakhan. According to a USANews article March 1: The strange-bedfellows truism of American politics was all but redefined Tuesday when Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump – currently taking fire from his own party for the support he's getting from the Ku Klux Klan – got a salute from Louis Farrakhan, longtime leader of the Nation of Islam
Speaking at the Black Nationalist organization's annual Savior's Day in Chicago, Farrakhan told parishioners that he admires Trump because he believes the celebrity billionaire's purportedly self-funded presidential campaign isn't taking money from the "Jewish community.
[Trump] is the only member who has stood in front of [the] Jewish community and said, 'I don't want your money,'" Farrakhan told his followers Sunday at the Mosque Maryam in Chicago, according to the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish civil rights organization. “
"Anytime a man can say to those who control the politics of America, 'I don't want your money,' that means you can't control me. And they cannot afford to give up control of the presidents of the United States." Farrakhan said in the sermon. Though he said he admires Trump's independence, the 82-year-old leader stopped short of endorsing the first-time novice politician for president.
"Not that I'm for Mr. Trump," he said, "but I like what I'm looking at."

We look forward to tonight’s debate and how the good people in the Republican Party react to this menace. Yes there is a real danger that many Democrats and independents will support a Trump at the general election.

From today's Rasmussen report: "Among the voters who say their vote depends on who the opposing candidate is, roughly 55% say they will definitely not vote for Trump or Clinton if he or she is that opponent.
Among Republicans, 60% say they will definitely vote for Trump if he is their nominee, while 18% say they will definitely vote against him. Another 18% say it depends on who his opponent is.
Seventy-two percent (72%) of Democrats say they will definitely vote for Clinton if she’s the party’s nominee versus 12% who will definitely vote against her. Thirteen percent (13%) say it depends.
When it comes to voters not affiliated with either major party, 47% say they will definitely vote against Trump, while 40% will definitely vote against Clinton. Roughly a quarter of the voters in this group say they will definitely vote for Trump or Clinton."

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