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Here the morons go again. Pushing those phony polls.

So they claim the poll was taken from "roughly" 1005 adults age 18+ from the US. The break down being 353 Democrats, 344 Republicans and 210 Independents. Plus or minus 5.9 percentage points for Democrats, 6.0 percentage points for Republicans  and 7.7 percentage points for Independents.

So the first obvious mistake they made is that the total number of participants, in this online poll, doesn't add up to 1005. 98 participants have been removed from the sample. There is no way a scientific online poll couldn't give the exact total of participants, rather than given a rough estimate, 98 above the actual total taken. Next, It has a total possible error of plus or minus 19.6 percentage points.

98 participants account for 9.7 percent of the total poll.

Plus or minus error of 19.6 total percentage points.

Really? And these guys dare stand by the 37% figure. I hope they keep this dopey crap up. It's going to work out for them like it did the last time.

In the earlier stages of the Obama administration, I was a member of this forum under the handle Tyler_Durden. In a topic entitled "" I discussed the flaws of Obama's plans for debt reduction and laid out the case for eliminating free trade to bring jobs back to the US to reduce the US debt. As we move forward towards 2020 were going to see an implementation of that plan, resulting in more manufacturing jobs and the beginning of real national debt reductions. My previous account is gone, but here and there you can find other members quoting my posts, such as these:

He could bring the unemployment rate below 9% by the end of his term, but with this plan he won't even scratch the surface. With one swift action he could not only fix the employment issues in this country, He could start correcting the economy. All he needs to do is eliminate free trade. Tariffs on imports would force companies to reopen the thousands of mills that were shut down by the free trade agreements and start chipping away at the huge debt the last four presidents have laid at our doorsteps.,4763.msg77838.html#msg77838

Seriously flawed? Before free trade, America was producing the majority of goods sold in the American market. After free trade, That wasn't the case. Why did that happen? Because mills, factories and other production businesses shut down their American facilities and moved them overseas where the labor is cheaper.

The cheaper labor and free trade agreements eliminated a lot of American jobs. THIS IS A FACT. I know people who lost their jobs for this very reason. So how do you return these jobs back to America? You re-institute tariffs on Imports and give tax breaks to businesses willing to reopen American production factories. This is a win win. You have the revenue coming in from tariffs and the jobs created by companies reopening American factories.

But seeing you think tariffs are a seriously flawed approach to lowering unemployment, What is your solution? Maybe open more convenience stores and fast food restaurants? Or we can pay ourselves to fix our roads with money we have to borrow and pay back in the future. So how do we pay that debt back in the future? But you think tariffs are flawed?

Now it's time to see an end to the free trade agreements, a reduction in unemployment and an increase in US manufacturing. That's making America great again.

The Trump Administration / President Trump, 45th POTUS
« on: January 20, 2017, 02:02:17 PM »

Happy President Trump Day!

For those that said it wasn't going to happen, Cry us a river of snowflake tears, Build a bridge to get over it, but know this, I'll be there to burn down your bridge and use it's light to illuminate my path forward.

"Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting."

Enough of that, It's time to make America great again!

Humor / Maybe Clinton isn't the puppet after all?
« on: November 29, 2016, 01:42:58 PM »

The Trump Administration / The Trump pledge: No lobbying for 5 years
« on: November 17, 2016, 01:27:01 PM »
The Trump pledge: No lobbying for 5 years

Washington (CNN)Two top Republicans working with President-elect Donald Trump's transition team told reporters in a phone call Wednesday evening that they're taking steps toward one of Trump's campaign promises -- to "drain the swamp" in Washington.
Trump communications director Jason Miller and Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer announced anyone being vetted for a high post in the administration must provide a termination of lobbying form if they are a registered lobbyist.

In addition, when officials leave the government, they will be banned from being a lobbyist for five years as part of the agreement to serve in Trump's administration. The ban will apply lifetime to representing foreign governments, he added Thursday.
"Not only will people not be able to (be) registered state or federal lobbyists, but when they leave government, they will be banned from being a registered lobbyist for five years," Spicer said Wednesday.
"Why that is crucial is that it goes back to Mr. Trump's goal of making sure that people aren't using the government to enrich themselves and using their service in government to do that," he added.

President Barack Obama imposed a two-year lobbying ban for officials who left his administration, a policy instituted by executive order on his first day in office.

Why hasn't Trump's transition team called the Pentagon?
Any ban on lobbying, however, depends on how it is written and enforced. A common practice in Washington is for key power players not to register as a lobbyist, but instead work as a consultant or adviser -- allowing them to take their experience and contacts to make hundreds of thousands of dollars on K Street.
The announcement comes as Trump's transition team works to remove lobbyists from its ranks after Vice President-elect Mike Pence took over the efforts from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The transition operation working before Election Day was staffed with long-time Washington experts and lobbyists from K Street, think tanks and political offices, drawing questions about Trump's commitment to reforms.

On "60 Minutes" Sunday, Trump acknowledged the transition team was stacked with DC insiders.

"Everybody's a lobbyist down there," he said.
"That's the problem with the system -- the system," Trump said. "We're doing a lot of things to clean up the system. But everybody that works for government, they then leave government and they become a lobbyist, essentially. I mean, the whole place is one big lobbyist."
Trump said relying on lobbyists now while planning to eliminate them later is no contradiction.
"I'm saying that they know the system right now, but we're going to phase that out. You have to phase it out," Trump said.

CNN's Tal Kopan, Eric Bradner, Noah Gray and Ashley Killough contributed to this report.

After Donald Trump victory, Oregonians submit ballot proposal to secede from the union

Two days after Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, two Portlanders have submitted a petition for a 2018 ballot initiative to have Oregon secede from the United States.

On Thursday morning, Jennifer Rollins, a lawyer, and Christian Trejbal, a writer, filed the Oregon Secession Act.

"Oregonian values are no longer the values held by the rest of the United States," Trejbal said over the phone Thursday.

Those values? "Life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness," Trejbal said, "plus equality."

"Obviously," he said, the ballot proposal "came about partially in response to the election results on Tuesday."

"But," he added, "it's been developing over time."

In The News / Snowflakes riot on college campuses...
« on: November 09, 2016, 07:35:00 PM »

Trump win sparks student walkouts and angry protests across California

BREAKING BOMBSHELL: NYPD Blows Whistle on New Hillary Emails: Money Laundering, Sex Crimes with Children, Child Exploitation, Pay to Play, Perjury

In The News / Huma, Clinton's muse, Clinton's curse....
« on: October 31, 2016, 08:33:17 PM »
FBI Investigators had planned to conduct new email review over several weeks. It now hopes to complete 'preliminary assessment' in coming days, but agency officials have not decided how, or whether, they will disclose results publicly

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Music, Movies, TV, Art / Justice for Danney Williams
« on: October 31, 2016, 07:37:40 PM »

Election 2016 / Michael Moore: Why I'm voting for Trump!
« on: October 25, 2016, 07:49:31 PM »
Michael Moore casts off the shackles of the Liberal plantation and explains why He will be voting for Trump this election.


"Clinton Cash", How they profit from the war torn African nations funneling money into their charity or give high priced speeches for political favors from the state department. Wait though, It gets worse:


Tracey Martin, a former travel chef for the Clintons during their time in the White House, said in a radio interview with WBEN's Tome Bauerle that Hillary, in a moment of anger, referred to a black man as, "That n---er!"

In the interview, Martin told the radio host, "I was doing an event at the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center in Washington, which is an HIV AIDS clinic, and I was doing a tea prior to the public press party, and that was with Mrs. Clinton and Mrs. Jacques Chriac, the former president of France's wife. A gentleman of color came in with something and it did not please [Clinton] the way it was, and when he walked out she says, 'That...' and then she uses the n-word."

According to Martin, racist comments were not uncommon coming from Hillary during his time with the Clintons.

"You know, they think nothing of it because there's not press around," Martin told the host. "After you've been around them long enough, whether it be the Clintons or the Kennedys or whoever, once they feel comfortable with you their guard is let down."

Martin's Linkden page, which displays a profile pic of him with Hillary (below), says that he's worked for both the Clintons and the Kennedys, as well as cooking for many other heads of state.

Here's Martin's resume summary:


Martin claimed that within 48 hours of giving the radio interview, his phone was hacked and his apartment was broken into at 3 a.m. The radio host said that his family received an odd voicemail message from a number that WikiLeaks exposed as a DNC phone number. Bauerle also said that the person who hired Martin to work for the Clintons died suspiciously from a hiking accident.

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