F Everbody! DT Goes Lower! (25 Days of Madness to Go)

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Its very possible the number of women who said DT has touched or fondled could very well match or exceed Bill Cosby accusers.

Jessica Leeds, Rachel Crook, People Magazine’s Natasha Stoynoff and Mindy McGillivary are just some of the women who have come forward.

Donald Says False Attacks!

Donald has threaten to sue the New York Times for its story AND wants a full retraction.  With smoke filling the room, the press is clamoring for Apprentice footage where it is alleged, DT has been inappropriate with female cast members.

Expect another leak by the weekend!


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He plans to ratchet up the attacks on Bill Clinton. He wants to paint former President Bill Clinton “as Bill Cosby”  Trump Campaign CEO Steve Bannon  said “We’re going to turn him into Bill Cosby. He’s a violent sexual predator who physically abuses women who he assaults. And she takes the lead on the intimidation of the victims.”

In a tweet, he says the shackles have come off.


He is at war with everybody. The media (who have been unfair to him) the GOP,  “disloyal” members of his own party are more of an impediment than Hillary Clinton.  Disloyal R’s are far more difficult than Crooked Hillary. They come at you from all sides. They don’t know how to win – I will teach them!

The very foul mouthed Sen. John McCain begged for my support during his primary (I gave, he won), then dropped me over locker room remarks!

“When They go Low, We go High”

“Michelle Obama”


Will They?

Will they listen to Michelle Obama, and go high?

Bill is off his game and VERY protective of his wife. Will he go  low to defend his wife?  Being an Alpha female will she respond to Donald’s attacks on her husband?

Hacked E-Mail 

Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta prodded the candidate to court “needy Latinos” during the Democratic presidential primary fight in 2015, according to an email published by WikiLeaks on Wednesday.

The subject of the Aug. 21, 2015, email from Podesta to Clinton and her top aide, Huma Abedin, reads: “Needy Latinos and 1 easy call.”Podesta suggests Clinton make calls to three politicians: Federico Pena, the former secretary of energy and of transportation under President Bill Clinton; Bill Richardson, the former New Mexico governor who spurned the Clintons by endorsing Barack Obama in 2008 and former South Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges.

What was in those E-mails?

During the primary, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to make Clinton’s paid speeches to Wall Street banks a major issues but she refused to release the transcripts.


Clinton Has Expressed Support For Fracking. Although Clinton cast herself as a fracking skeptic during the primaries, Clinton told paid audiences that she has promoted fracking around the world.


“Fracking was developed at the Department of Energy,” she told Deutsche Bank executives in a speech attached to an email from earlier this year. “I mean, the whole idea of how fracking came to be available in the marketplace is because of research done by our government. And I’ve promoted fracking in other places around the world.”

She also implied that fracking is an important part of the country’s future to become energy independent.

“Now the technology gives us the chance to go in and recover oil and gas” Clinton said in the document. “Or with the new technology known as fracking, we are truly on a path — and it’s not just United States; it’s all of North America — that will be net energy exporters assuming we do it right.”

 The transcripts, if accurate, also show that Clinton has slightly different things to say behind closed doors to bank executives when it comes to her relationship with ordinary Americans. In one of the transcripts she is quoted as saying that she’s “removed” from the struggles of ordinary Americans as a result of her family’s financial fortunes but that she hasn’t forgotten her upbringing. The transcripts also contained a line — brought up during Sunday’s second presidential debate — where Clinton said “you need both a public and private position” in politics.

“I mean, politics is like sausage being made,” she said during the 2013 speech to the National Multi-Housing Council. “It is unsavory, and it always has been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be. But if everybody’s watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position.”

Clinton also reportedly said in a paid speech that terrorism is not a threat to the United States as a nation though it is concerning.

It’s about to get Real Ugly Real Nasty!


Its desperation time, Donald plans to throw everything .  ABC News said, Roger Stone a Trump ally paid  Kathy Shelton $2,500 to attend Sunday’s debate. How many more will they dig up?   Will Hillary, talk about issues or play tit for tat.  Trump supporters are becoming more aggressive toward the press.

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If your in one of the early voting states

Do yourself a MAJOR FAVOR!   Vote ASAP.

Then turn off the News.

25 Days




Dear Paul Ryan, I’m not a Mexican

Paul Ryan on ABC

I’m a black man from the great state of California.  When I was a young man, some of my employers would tell me how exceptional I was as a black man.  How different I was, at the time I felt special “EXCEPTIONAL” I was better than those other blacks.

As I matured, I realized being the good one wasn’t a compliment.

Through the years, I have been in many organizations where I was the only person of color.  In these organisations, people would praise black people, politicians, entertainer and sport figures.   However, they would openly speak negatively about other races. Praising “African Americans” and disparaging  Mexicans, Indians, and Filipino’s in my presence.

After a meeting, I shared my discomfort with someone I thought was a friend, two days later I was called into a meeting and a week later I was demoted.  They said I would be reconsidered.

If your a person of color, you can sense who is a racist. There is often a distance, and an ignorance (which is the root of racism) that seeps out in a comment or statement.   No hue is exempt and  you when an individual makes a negative statement about a person of color, it resonates with all people of color.

No, I’m not Mexican, however the negative words used by the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party for the President of the United States affects more than Mexicans.

If you looks closely at the televised protests,they include many African Americans.We know how it feels to be called, thugs, rapists, murderers. Earlier this year Maine’s Governor Paul Le Page said “Drug dealers with names like “D-Money,” “Smoothie,” and “Shifty” who bring heroin in from out of state and often “impregnate a young white girl” before they leave.   So  we can realate,the wound for many if us is fresh

As an Independent voter, who believe the system is rigged and third or fourth party is needed for real change in this country.  I have hoped for leadership within the Republican Party, because I cant imaging a one party system . However, its hasn’t happened.

Your support of this racist brings your judgement into question. For every Republican who supports this politician WILL damage there position in their community. Perhaps for many many years to come.  It’s possible he may win the race but lose the war. There are many who believe he will lose the race and the war .

The day After New York

Forget the second or third largest state. New York was the ‘If you can make it here?” State!

An outsider, who entered politics in the seventies. Running for the President of the United States in his seventies.  His  views and opinions are considered extreme by members of his own party.  During the early months he was ignored by the media.  But his message appealed to a non traditional voting bloc, voters under 30.

His anti-establishment views ,defending the importance of free enterprise and the limited role of government appealed to this group. He ignited this group, who’s enthusiasm grew by the week.   This appeal, initially ignored by the other candidates was rapidly gaining ground and by spring it was clear, he owned this bloc of voters . Not only did they pledge their allegiance to him, they opened their wallets in large numbers.

In 2008, Ron Paul ran for President as a Republican.Twelve years earlier he was a Libertarian.  His presence annoyed Mitt Rooney, John McCain  and most of the GOP establishment. His team used You Tube and Social Media (a technology underused by the GOP) to help spread his message. Donations to his campaign though small, kept him in the race through June.

Ron Paul did not endorse any GOP candidates in 2008, preferring third party candidates.  If someone within the Republican Party brokered a deal with Paul as the Democrats did with Howard Dean in 2005, 2012 may have had a different outcome.

In 2004, the former Governor of Vermont campaign appealed to younger voters.  Many Democrats considered Dean an outsider.  But Dean’s campaign could not be ignored, and his non traditional campaign utilizing the net and social media was the foundation of Obama’s 2008 Presidential bid.

Not Yet

Bernie Sanders is the ticket, his campaign is drawing thousands. People want to be near him and feel the bern.   As for drawing power there  isn’t a close second this political season he is the Rock Star.   Like Ron Paul ,those large crowds and the enthusiasm does’t necessarily translates into votes.

Lynn Vavreck, a professor of political science at UCLA, noted that it was early in the election cycle and that support for Sanders may not translate to votes.  “Just because people are interested, it does not mean people will actually cast a ballot in support,” Vavreck said. “People showing up for these rallies have a strong interest in politics. They’re not average voters, who are barely tuned in to the election at this point.”

Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, and two associates, “It’s important to remember that crowd size fundamentally doesn’t matter much. Comparisons between how large one candidate’s crowd is compared to another are ripe for misunderstanding.”

They cite 2012, “when press reports and GOP partisans frequently mentioned the large numbers that Mitt Romney was drawing on the campaign trail. Did this end up mattering? Obama won the popular vote by about 5 million votes. “

Bernie Sanders isn’t going to sing anytime soon.  He has loyal followers who will finance him to the Convention.  Like Paul, he has a large following and if current polling holds true, only one in four Bernie supporters will vote for Hillary in the fall.
Sanders is an outsider, like Paul he changed his party affiliation from Independent to Democrat to run for President.  Like Paul, he has little support from the establishment in the Democratic Party.    However, the Democrat’s needs to regain those voters who enthusiastically supported Obama in 2008.

Real Change Happens from the Bottom up

Many of the young voters who supported Obama in 2008 are disappointed many are still waiting for the Change he promised.   Many of those young voters are disillusioned and have walked way from politics.
In an ideal world, those voters would have participated in local and state races.  This is where real change happens.   However, most of the members of the House and Senate have been in office for decades and holding on to power is the goal.   These (establishment) politicians have prevented change on both sides of the aisle and will continue until there is change from the bottom up.
In 2005 Howard Dean became the chair Democratic National Committee (DNC) he held that position for four years.
If the DNC is wise, they would broker a deal with Bernie Sanders. Again like Paul, many of his supporters would follow him.
The real failure of Ron Paul, was not using his appeal to generate interest in the Libertarian  Party.

Yes The System is Rigged

The are local, state and Convention rules for the Delegates. The objective is control over members of the two parties.  Its important that are choices are limited to Skippy or Jif.

The top of the ticket is important for the make up of the Supreme Court..
American are angry!   For eight years we are hostages in the war of  Rhetoric and ideologies.    Unfortunately most people believe its the President who has the power.
In the red states if you are poor, Obamacare isn’t an option. Many counties are without clinics and people are without medical care.   If you are a woman,your legal right to have an choice has been stripped away  with new laws intending to make it difficult for physicians and their patients are on the books. Texas the second largest state in the country with over 26 million people has less than 6 clinics.
If you are Gay or Trangendered your civil rights have been stripped and businesses  can legally fire you for being Gay.  In resent weeks some states have added new law that further restricts the LGBT community.
Stagnation plagues many of the blue states.  Internal issues power struggles within the Democrats prevents movement within the states.  Lost in the middle is  adequate funding for education, repair roadways and polices that will attract business.
The President can not change these policies that adversely affects Americans. These changes can only happen when we change the make up state and local politicians.
The Day After New York expect more of the same.
Sources: (Larry Sabato)
(Lynn Vavreck)

Donald Trumps Racist Comment : Mexico Speaks, Hillary Speaks, The Republican Party continues to be the stupid party

By: CityFella

A few years ago Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal  urged his party to “stop being the stupid party.”

“We must not become the party of austerity. We must become the party of growth,”

“We had a number of Republicans damage the brand this year with offensive and bizarre comments,”

Donald Trump was not happy with Jindal

“He was stupid for using that term,” Trump told “Fox and Friends.” “Because that term is so obnoxious, and so good for the other side, he should not have used that term. That term is going to be living now for a long time, and they’re going to have his face on television using it.”

The Republican party wants Latino’s (especially Mexicans) voters. In the last presidential election 71% of Mexican voters choose Obama over Mitt Romney 71% to 27%      There are many in the GOP, believe attracting Mexican voters is important to growing the party.

June 15,2015

Donald Trump:  “When Mexico sends its people,”  “they’re not sending the best. They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems. They’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime. They’re rapists and some, I assume, are good people,  I speak to border guards and they’re telling us what we’re getting.”

June 17th 2015

Republican Presidential Candidate and former Texas Governor Rick Perry appeared on Fox America Newsroom.

Perry derided Trump’s proposal on Tuesday to build a wall across the Mexican border, saying that while it makes for good television, “Americans are not looking for rhetoric.”

Interviewer Bill Hemmer finished the discussion by pointing to Trump’s statements about Mexican immigrants taking advantage of the American economy, asking Perry, “Are they ripping us off?” “I think you have to have diplomatic relationships with a lot of different countries. Mexico happens to be the number one trading partner with the state of Texas,” Perry said. “We may disagree on a number of things, but, again, I’m not going to get distracted on what is important to the people of this country.”

Mexico’s Interior Minister Miguel Angel Osorio Chong said at an anti-discrimination event in the Mexican capital that Trump’s comments are “prejudiced” and “absurd,” adding that the business magnate was “clearly ignorant” of the Mexican migrants’ contributions to the U.S.’ economy.”I think what (Trump) did is generate controversy, but not a plan,” Osorio Chong continued, “[Trump] surely doesn’t know the contributions made by migrants from practically every nation in the world, who have supported the development of the United States,” as quoted by Reuters.

June 18,2015

Thursday on “Ralston Live” Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suggested real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s comments about Mexico sending criminals to the United States during his announcement speech could “trigger” shootings like the one in Charleston’s Emanuel AME church yesterday.

“We have to have a candid national conversation about race, and about discrimination, prejudice, hatred. The people who do this kind of dastardly, horrible act are a very small percentage. But unfortunately public discourse is sometimes hotter and more negative than it should be, which can, in my opinion, trigger people who is less than stable to do something like this.”

Clinton continued, “I think we have to speak out against it. Like, for example, a recent entry into the Republican presidential campaign said some very inflammatory things about Mexicans. Everybody should stand up and say that’s not acceptable. You know you don’t talk like that on talk radio. You dont talk like that on the kind of political campaigns. I think he is emblematic. So I want people to understand, it’s not just him, it’s about everybody.

Trump countered with an Instagram response:

“Wow–it’s pretty pathetic that Hillary Clinton just blamed me for the horrendous attack that took place in South Carolina. This is why politicians are just no good. Our country’s in trouble.”

The Trump video clip has received more than 3,000 Instagram likes so far, along with lots of polarized, profane comments.

Lisa Navarrete, a spokeswomen for the National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organisation said  “absurd” “This is a man who has a pathological need for attention,”

“Part of the reason why Latinos are so alienated from the Republican party these days is there’s a sense that there are people who actually believe [what Trump said],”.I’m hoping that the saner, more rational people in the Republican party can put a stop to this kind of thing, and say: ‘No, we’re going to be constructive, we’re not going to needlessly and consciously alienate the fastest-growing group of voters in this country.”

Pablo Manriquez, Hispanic media director of the Democratic National Committee, told  Forbes that Trump’s “utter disrespect for Mexicans and immigrants” is “nothing new. In fact, it’s just the same old Latino outreach playbook the GOP turns to every election, just with less packaging and finish.”

So Far no one from the Republican Party has condemned Trumps racist comment.

Senator Marco Rubio and former Governor Jeb Bush, expressed their plans to pave a way for the citizenship legalization of undocumented immigrants, Fox News Latino added. The two also boasted of their projects benefiting Hispanics while in office.

2016 is a crucial year for the Republican Party.  The GOP cant afford a repeat of 2012 with too many fringe candidates.  Donald Trump is more than a distraction, he needs to be shut down.     The core is rapidly fading, in the next 10 years voters of color will determine elections, Hispanic, Asian and Black voters are slowly reshaping America.  The writing is on the wall, in California, the majority of the populations is of color where the Republicans have little power.

The party needs to shut him down as a group.  It should not be a one on one war. ( Having said that, in the short term,  taking on Trump could do much for a candidates visibility)  Trump loves nothing more than a media war.  Trump dominates social media and with each passing day he damages the party.  They should say his racist comments do not reflect our views.

Who remembers Jeb Bush? he announced his candidacy one day before Trump.  Donald has made the other candidates Irrelevant. Republican strategist are pulling their hair out as they have seen his road show before, he bolts before the lights dims and decides not to run.

For each day, the Party is silent, it further damages the brand, Donald didn’t just insult Mexicans, he insulted every person of color, every working woman and gay individual,everyone who isn’t a white conservative male.    The silence confirms what Bobby Jimdal said a few year back, the stupid party.


Wasting My Vote

By CityFella,

A Sea of Democrats 

From a child I loved politics, at 15 I was a member of a youth commission.    For years, I walked the precincts and manned the phone banks for various candidates and issues.

A billion years ago, A friend asked if I wanted to meet George McGovern, he was speaking at the Cow Palace, just outside of San Francisco.  Meet turned out to listen, and after hearing him, I  immediately volunteered to work for his campaign.   Even though I was to young vote, I did anything they asked of me.  It took a while to recover from his loss to Nixon.

A look outside of  the Democratic Party and Republicans 

Everyone I knew was Democrat.  I didn’t meet a Republican until college, my first meeting almost turned violent, as my Republican neighbor told me, I liked the Democrats because of welfare.  He assumed this black man, as every black man was getting a check.    The save, was his Republican friends didn’t share his racist views and called him an asshole.   While I didn’t like my neighbor, I liked his friends, some are friends today.

Exposure to Republicans changed my view on Republicans, I put away my giant brush and learned there were different Republicans.

I changed my party affiliation to Independent more than 20 years ago to support Presidential Candidate John Anderson, who changed from his affiliation from Republican to Independent.                     ( At the time I thought I was limited to Democratic Candidates)

Ideology aside, I began to see many similarities in the two parties.

Many of us are led to believe, a vote for someone other than a Democrat or Republican is wasted vote.

There is some truth to this.  In most states, third parties candidates are invisible with some members of the two parties suggesting they are cult candidates.

Most Americans are not privy to the positions of third party candidates.  They are often ignored by the local press and other media outlets.   On a national scale, there is a convoluted policy that prevents them from participating in televised debates.   Of course this limits their ability to raise funds.

Americans are being held hostage by Congress who despite our anger and despair is ignoring the electorate.  Americans are simply collateral damage.

The Democrats can blame the Republicans who’s current slogan should be just say no.  However, when the Democrats were the majority, little was done due to the infighting in their party.

Beginning this year, I plan to waste my vote.  Its clear as an American, I am not important.  From bad highways and dangerous bridges, to the well being of Veterans who have fought and served this country, we are simply collateral damages in the war of policy and opinion.

Beginning this fall, I will only vote for a third party candidate running for Congress and the Senate, any third party candidate.

I’ve had my fill of cake.  I want someone who will act in my best interest.

Most states have closed primaries, limiting your vote, to those candidates in your party.


This fall most Americans will vote for a member of the majority party, ensuring more of the same.  Insuring more of the same.

If ten percent of Americans vote for a third party candidates, the two parties will notice.    10 percent will not elect a third party candidate.  Its a beginning.

This is just the first step.

The next is opening the primaries, which have been effective in shutting out third party candidates.

If your angry and want change, join a group, there are many across the country.

I have a small group on Facebook called:   “Taking Back America-No Prisoners-Kick Them all out”


There are many others throughout the country.

This is my personal revolution change can happen one vote at a time.


Republicans: We’ll work on our Hispanic Problem Later Immigration reform dying

Republicans walked away from their 2012 debacle hell-bent on fixing their problems with Hispanics. Now, they appear hell-bent on making them worse.

In private conversations, top Republicans on Capitol Hill now predict comprehensive immigration reform will die a slow, months-long death in the House. Like with background checks for gun buyers, the conventional wisdom that the party would never kill immigration reform, and risk further alienating Hispanic voters, was always wrong — and ignored the reality that most House Republicans are white conservatives representing mostly white districts.    These members, and the vast majority of their voters, couldn’t care less whether Marco Rubio, Bill O’Reilly and Karl Rove say this is smart politics and policy.

. But after holding countless listening sessions, it is clear to these leaders that getting even smaller, popular pieces of reform will be a tough sell. The House plans a piecemeal approach: a border-security bill this month, maybe one or two items a month in the fall.

Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) held a town meeting last week where 25 of the 100 people spoke out on immigration — and every single one of them argued for staying clear of anything remotely resembling the Senate-passed bill.

“Our constituents don’t trust our government,” Cotton said. And he is reluctant to pass even pieces of immigration reform that he thinks are needed — like a better tracking system for people in the country on visas — because he is concerned they could become “a Trojan horse in a conference committee for a package that puts legalization first and enforcement later.”

Top Republican and Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill see the momentum swinging decidedly against getting a deal this Congress. Rubio persuaded only 13 fellow Republican senators to back the bill; the editors of the National Review and Weekly Standard offered a rare, joint editorial in opposition to it this week; and private GOP headcounts show only a small fraction of House Republicans would ever vote for anything approximating the Senate deal.

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), a leader of the House’s hell-no-on-immigration-reform caucus, held a jam-packed meeting Monday night to walk through why his party should proudly defeat the bipartisan bill. King said the Senate’s immigration plan would help “elites who want cheap labor, Democratic power brokers, and those who hire illegal labor.”

“It would hurt Republicans, and I don’t think you can make an argument otherwise,” King said. “Two out of every three of the new citizens would be Democrats.” Some might dismiss this as the rantings of a bombastic right-winger — but his take is mainstream theology among House Republicans.

By Mike Allen and Jim Vandehei/Politico

Bad Week for Rush Limbaugh, Remember When He Was Funny?

(Was that a brick?)

Funny is funny.  There was a time when Rush Limbaugh‘s show was funny.  There were bits, no they weren’t PC.   He was entertaining, I never  listened  to his entire show as his views  were often too far right of my beliefs.

Then one day, he became the voice of the right.   Humor was replaced with the pulpit, his listeners became  part of his congregation .  “Listen to me, I can save the country”     Back in the day, when he took jabs at the news makers of the day, some people laughed.    Today, few see the humor.  Twenty years ago when he called feminist-“Feminazi‘s  many people laughed, today few do.

The turning point was last year when he called attorney Sandra Fluke, a slut and a prostitute .  This angered many Americans especially Limbaugh’s female audience.   Advertisers started leaving in mass.

The major news this week is about the three women  in Cleveland .

On Monday’s “Hawaii Five O” there was a story about  kidnapped girls held until they were 18 and then let go or killed  by a couple doing it for the welfare benefits.”.     The mind of Limbaugh fused the show with the real life events in Cleveland.

“Now I don’t know what happened in Cleveland, but I couldn’t help but make the connection. I mean, if everybody else in the low-information crowd is going to use what happens on TV for reality, why can’t I?  ”Limbaugh added: “Three brothers, but not related the the three women, have been arrested in Cleveland — which voted Obama. Not that that’s got anything to do with anything!”

Major advertisers are reportedly avoiding his show. Trade site Radio Ink quoted a “very high ranking Cumulus official,” who said, “Forty-eight of the top 50 network advertisers have ‘excluded Rush and Hannity‘ orders. Every major national ad agency has the same dictate.” This statement was in line with other reports about the ad market’s hostility towards Limbaugh.

Talk radio is entertainment, broadcasters carefully tailor their rhetoric to a specific audience .  The host are employees, most don’t believe every thing they say because at the end of the day its just a job.    A job like your  job, where we often say things to clients or customers that we don’t  fully believe or policies ‘ we don’t embrace.

Back in the day, Rush  had a sense of humor, today  the 61 year old  rarely smiles .  His audience is still the largest in the country and  through the years Rush Limbaugh has become one of the most powerful men in America.   For some on the right it’s Rush then God.

Back in the 90’s  I listened to Rush every day , today its less than 30 minutes a week .   I try to listen to differing points of view, right, middle and left. Humor will hold my attention because  funny is funny.

The man I found funny twenty years ago is  an annoying hum today.