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As of 9/25/2016

 

110 Republican Leaders Won’t Vote for Donald Trump

 

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/29/us/politics/at-least-110-republican-leaders-wont-vote-for-donald-trump-heres-when-they-reached-their-breaking-point.html?_r=0

 

The Latest List Of Republicans Not Supporting Donald Trump

http://www.nationalmemo.com/latest-list-republicans-not-supporting-donald-trump/

 

 

 

121 foreign policy operatives who signed a March open letter opposing Trump on the basis of his national security positions.

 

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/06/30/gop-national-security-experts-are-readyforher.html

50 G.O.P. Officials Warn Donald Trump Would Put Nation’s Security ‘at Risk’

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/09/us/politics/national-security-gop-donald-trump.html

 

 

375 top scientists signed an open letter warning against the consequences of backing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

 

http://mashable.com/2016/09/20/scientists-letter-against-trump-climate-plan/#V4SjmuPWePqT

 

No CEOs at Fortune 100 Companies Are Backing Donald Trump

http://fortune.com/2016/09/24/fortune-100-companies-donald-trump/

 

Past Republican Presidents, Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. and Family.

 

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/09/where-republicans-stand-on-donald-trump-a-cheat-sheet/481449/

 

 

HAVE ANY TO ADD TO THIS LIST OF LOGICAL INTELLIGENT PEOPLE?

 

 

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As of 9/25/2016

 

110 Republican Leaders Wont Vote for Donald Trump

 

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/29/us/politics/at-least-110-republican-leaders-wont-vote-for-donald-trump-heres-when-they-reached-their-breaking-point.html?_r=0

 

The Latest List Of Republicans Not Supporting Donald Trump

http://www.nationalmemo.com/latest-list-republicans-not-supporting-donald-trump/

 

121 foreign policy operatives who signed a March open letter opposing Trump on the basis of his national security positions.

 

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/06/30/gop-national-security-experts-are-readyforher.html

50 G.O.P. Officials Warn Donald Trump Would Put Nations Security at Risk

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/09/us/politics/national-security-gop-donald-trump.html

 

375 top scientists signed an open letter warning against the consequences of backing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

 

http://mashable.com/2016/09/20/scientists-letter-against-trump-climate-plan/#V4SjmuPWePqT

 

No CEOs at Fortune 100 Companies Are Backing Donald Trump

http://fortune.com/2016/09/24/fortune-100-companies-donald-trump/

 

Past Republican Presidents, Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. and Family.

 

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/09/where-republicans-stand-on-donald-trump-a-cheat-sheet/481449/

 

 

HAVE ANY TO ADD TO THIS LIST OF LOGICAL INTELLIGENT PEOPLE?

 

Sure do, in spades....

 

Morell and Vickers: An open letter to Donald Trump

The Washington Post

By Michael Morell and and Mike Vickers

September 10, 2016

Michael Morell was acting director and deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2010 to 2013. Mike Vickers was the undersecretary of defense for intelligence from 2011 to 2015. Both writers have served in Democratic and Republican administrations and endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.

 

Mr. Trump, with all due respect to you as the presidential nominee of the Republican Party, you cannot credibly serve as commander in chief if you embrace Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader has repeatedly shown himself to be an adversary of the United States. Putin, during his long tenure, has repeatedly pursued policies that undermine U.S. interests and those of our allies and partners. He has steadily but systematically moved Russia from a fledgling democratic state to an authoritarian one. He is the last foreign leader you should be praising.

 

Abroad, Putin has interfered in the internal affairs of a host of nations on his periphery through information operations, manipulation of elections and direct support, including providing weapons, to insurgent groups. Most significant, in the past decade, Putin has invaded two neighbors, Georgia and Ukraine -- including annexing Crimea, the first major land grab in Europe since World War II. Putins goal in doing this is to keep the nations of the former Soviet Union from linking their futures to that of Europe and the West. Do you back these actions?

 

Putin's support of insurgents in eastern Ukraine resulted in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which killed 298 innocent civilians. Under Putins direction, Russian special forces provided the insurgents with and trained them how to use the air-defense system that brought down the plane. As intelligence officers who oversaw covert action, we can tell you that when a country provides overt or covert support to proxies, that nation is responsible for what those proxies do with that support. That makes Putin responsible for downing the airliner. Do you hold him responsible?

 

Also abroad, Putin has aggressively supported Syrian President Bashar al-Assads brutality against his own people. Putins significant intervention in Syria 12 months ago via the Russian air force and Russian special forces -- propped up Assad at the exact moment that the Syrian leader appeared to be losing his grip on power and might therefore be amenable to negotiating a transition of power. As such, Putin is in part responsible for the continuing civil war that has resulted in the deaths of 500,000 Syrians and displaced 10  million others, the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. Do you support what Putin has done in Syria?

 

At home, Putin has jailed and killed political opponents. He has jailed and killed journalists. He has neutered the Russian media to the point that he is in complete control of the message reaching the Russian people. He has the popularity that you so admire only because he determines what the Russian people hear about him and his government. Do you support Putin's violation of Russian law and his tramping of the civil rights of his populace, explicitly protected in the Russian constitution?

 

One of the more interesting questions is: Who is the biggest loser from Putin's policies? Take Putins actions in Ukraine. One set of losers, of course, was the Ukrainian people, who had their aspirations crushed. Another was the West, particularly the United States, which looked impotent to stop the Russian aggression. But the biggest loser was the Russian people -- because Putin has ended any hope of integrating the Russian economy with that of the West, Russia's only hope for the future. Given this, do you still think Putin is a great leader?

 

At the Commander-in-Chief Forum on Sept. 7, you said that as long as Putin says nice things about you, you will say nice things about him. That is not a standard by which a president should make policy decisions. That should not even enter your calculus. Your only question should be "What is in the best interests of the United States?"

 

So, here is our challenge: Demand that Putin stop his aggressive behavior overseas. Demand that he stop his dictatorial moves at home. Tell him that you will live up to our NATO commitments and defend the Baltics if need be. Tell him that you want to work with him on solving the problems in the world -- but that he must behave in order to do so. That is what a true commander in chief would do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And the robots on the left stands at attention for Hillary...

And the rightwing racist nutjobs stick their heads up their asses for T'Rump.
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Sure do, in spades....

 

Morell and Vickers: An open letter to Donald Trump

The Washington Post

By Michael Morell and and Mike Vickers

September 10, 2016

Michael Morell was acting director and deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2010 to 2013. Mike Vickers was the undersecretary of defense for intelligence from 2011 to 2015. Both writers have served in Democratic and Republican administrations and endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.

 

Mr. Trump, with all due respect to you as the presidential nominee of the Republican Party, you cannot credibly serve as commander in chief if you embrace Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader has repeatedly shown himself to be an adversary of the United States. Putin, during his long tenure, has repeatedly pursued policies that undermine U.S. interests and those of our allies and partners. He has steadily but systematically moved Russia from a fledgling democratic state to an authoritarian one. He is the last foreign leader you should be praising.

 

Abroad, Putin has interfered in the internal affairs of a host of nations on his periphery through information operations, manipulation of elections and direct support, including providing weapons, to insurgent groups. Most significant, in the past decade, Putin has invaded two neighbors, Georgia and Ukraine -- including annexing Crimea, the first major land grab in Europe since World War II. Putins goal in doing this is to keep the nations of the former Soviet Union from linking their futures to that of Europe and the West. Do you back these actions?

 

Putin's support of insurgents in eastern Ukraine resulted in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which killed 298 innocent civilians. Under Putins direction, Russian special forces provided the insurgents with and trained them how to use the air-defense system that brought down the plane. As intelligence officers who oversaw covert action, we can tell you that when a country provides overt or covert support to proxies, that nation is responsible for what those proxies do with that support. That makes Putin responsible for downing the airliner. Do you hold him responsible?

 

Also abroad, Putin has aggressively supported Syrian President Bashar al-Assads brutality against his own people. Putins significant intervention in Syria 12 months ago via the Russian air force and Russian special forces -- propped up Assad at the exact moment that the Syrian leader appeared to be losing his grip on power and might therefore be amenable to negotiating a transition of power. As such, Putin is in part responsible for the continuing civil war that has resulted in the deaths of 500,000 Syrians and displaced 10  million others, the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. Do you support what Putin has done in Syria?

 

At home, Putin has jailed and killed political opponents. He has jailed and killed journalists. He has neutered the Russian media to the point that he is in complete control of the message reaching the Russian people. He has the popularity that you so admire only because he determines what the Russian people hear about him and his government. Do you support Putin's violation of Russian law and his tramping of the civil rights of his populace, explicitly protected in the Russian constitution?

 

One of the more interesting questions is: Who is the biggest loser from Putin's policies? Take Putins actions in Ukraine. One set of losers, of course, was the Ukrainian people, who had their aspirations crushed. Another was the West, particularly the United States, which looked impotent to stop the Russian aggression. But the biggest loser was the Russian people -- because Putin has ended any hope of integrating the Russian economy with that of the West, Russia's only hope for the future. Given this, do you still think Putin is a great leader?

 

At the Commander-in-Chief Forum on Sept. 7, you said that as long as Putin says nice things about you, you will say nice things about him. That is not a standard by which a president should make policy decisions. That should not even enter your calculus. Your only question should be "What is in the best interests of the United States?"

 

So, here is our challenge: Demand that Putin stop his aggressive behavior overseas. Demand that he stop his dictatorial moves at home. Tell him that you will live up to our NATO commitments and defend the Baltics if need be. Tell him that you want to work with him on solving the problems in the world -- but that he must behave in order to do so. That is what a true commander in chief would do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And the rightwing racist nutjobs stick their heads up their asses for T'Rump.

How can you say that when Shintao makes a list of people that are NOT supporting him?

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How can you say that when Shintao makes a list of people that are NOT supporting him?

And you're stupid enough to think that when Morell and Vickers say to Trump: "you cannot credibly serve as commander in chief" because you are in bed with Putin, that is a sign that they DO support him? LOLOLOLOLOL. You are SUCH an insane retard, zero.

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Pogo

 

Every presidential election people and "experts" come out and claim someone "can't" serve..

 

It's typical..

 

The republicans in DC are pissed that a total outsider got the nomination..

 

Trump will lose but it's refreshing that he's not a career politician

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Pogo. Every presidential election people and "experts" come out and claim someone "can't" serve..It's typical..The republicans in DC are pissed that a total outsider got the nomination..Trump will lose but it's refreshing that he's not a career politician

Zero.

 

You are just as clueless and confused as ever, I see....the natural state of a braindead T'Rump supporter like you.....

 

"Refreshing" to see a racist imbecile come within spitting distance of the Presidency???.....you are truly insane!!!

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Zero.

 

You are just as clueless and confused as ever, I see....the natural state of a braindead T'Rump supporter like you.....

 

"Refreshing" to see a racist imbecile come within spitting distance of the Presidency???.....you are truly insane!!!

Racist?

You guys on the left thinks anyone that dares disagree with you must be a racist or Nazi -like

 

 

Yesterday he was Hitler...

 

What will it be next week?

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This is an election year. The rotten ALEC GOP will say anything to keep their incumbents in office when all of them should be defeated.

 

The republican party has been dead for years. Yes ALEC put the GOP out of business while running on a platform of deceit

by claiming they are republicans. VOTERS GET DUPED AGAIN.

 

The reality is that the majority voters are so easily controlled by big political machines,big $$$$$ campaign spending and cave in to their messages of deceit.

 

The republican party is dead. The DNC is killing the democratic party with Clintons leading the charge.

 

---- CLINTONS LEADING THE CHARGE

 

http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/33869-hillary-clinton-s-ghosts-a-legacy-of-pushing-the-democratic-party-to-the-right

 

How the Koch brothers helped dismantle the Democratic Party

https://samsmitharchives.wordpress.com/2015/04/14/6467/

 

 

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Zero.

You are just as clueless and confused as ever, I see....the natural state of a braindead T'Rump supporter like you.....

 

"Refreshing" to see a racist imbecile come within spitting distance of the Presidency???.....you are truly insane!!!

Racist?

You guys on the left thinks anyone that dares disagree with you must be a racist or Nazi -like

Well...you are very obviously still a clueless retard, zero.

 

Everyone who isn't a racist, calls T'Rump a racist because he says racist things and acts like a racist....not because he "dares to disagree" with us.

 

Here Are 13 Examples Of Donald Trump Being Racist

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Well...you are very obviously still a clueless retard, zero.

 

Everyone who isn't a racist, calls T'Rump a racist because he says racist things and acts like a racist....not because he "dares to disagree" with us.

 

Here Are 13 Examples Of Donald Trump Being Racist

The Huffington Post?

 

No wonder you're so clueless.....

 

 

One of the examples is rather funny...

 

He called a Mexican biased because he was judging a case.....

 

That's racists?

 

You attack me cause I disagree with you.....That must make YOU racist too right?

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Well...you are very obviously still a clueless retard, zero.

 

Everyone who isn't a racist, calls T'Rump a racist because he says racist things and acts like a racist....not because he "dares to disagree" with us.

 

Here Are 13 Examples Of Donald Trump Being Racist

The Huffington Post?

Yeah....a reputable news source citing actual, verifiable things that T'Rump has said or done....do you have a problem dealing with reality, little retard?

 

 

 

 

No wonder I'm so clueless.....

Well....being an ignorant retard does sort of lead to that....

 

 

 

 

 

One of the examples is rather funny...

 

He called a Mexican biased because he was judging a case.....

 

That's racists?

In the real world, T'Rump said an American judge, born in Indiana, who was judging a fraud case against T'Rump, was automatically biased because he was a second generation American with Mexican parents.

 

From the article I just cited....

 

He claimed a judge was biased because "he's a Mexican".

 

In May, Trump implied that Gonzalo Curiel, the federal judge presiding over a class action against the for-profit Trump University, could not fairly hear the case because of his Mexican heritage.

 

"He's a Mexican," Trump told CNN of Curiel. "We're building a wall between here and Mexico. The answer is, he is giving us very unfair rulings - rulings that people can't even believe."

 

Curiel, it should be noted, is an American citizen who was born in Indiana. And as a prosecutor in the late 1990s, he went after Mexican drug cartels, making him a target for assassination by a Tijuana drug lord.

 

Even members of Trumps own party slammed the racist remarks.

 

"Claiming a person can't do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment," House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said in a reaction to Trum's comments, though [the sniveling coward] clarified that he still endorses the nominee.

 

The comments against Curiel didn't sit well with the American public either. According to a YouGov poll released in June, 51 percent of those surveyed agreed that Trump's comments were not only wrong, but also racist. Fifty-seven percent of Americans think Trump was wrong to complain against the judge, while just 20 percent [the Deplorables] think he was right to do so.

 

 

 

 

 

 

You attack me cause I disagree with you.....That must make YOU racist too right?

I attack you and your fraudulent drivel because you are a retarded rightwingnut troll who pushes propaganda and insane bullshit. Your misunderstandings and confusion about 'racism' are insane and meaningless.
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Yeah....a reputable news source citing actual, verifiable things that T'Rump has said or done....do you have a problem dealing with reality, little retard?

 

 

 

 

Well....being an ignorant retard does sort of lead to that....

 

 

 

 

 

In the real world, T'Rump said an American judge, born in Indiana, who was judging a fraud case against T'Rump, was automatically biased because he was a second generation American with Mexican parents.

 

From the article I just cited....

 

He claimed a judge was biased because "he's a Mexican".

 

In May, Trump implied that Gonzalo Curiel, the federal judge presiding over a class action against the for-profit Trump University, could not fairly hear the case because of his Mexican heritage.

 

"He's a Mexican," Trump told CNN of Curiel. "We're building a wall between here and Mexico. The answer is, he is giving us very unfair rulings - rulings that people can't even believe."

 

Curiel, it should be noted, is an American citizen who was born in Indiana. And as a prosecutor in the late 1990s, he went after Mexican drug cartels, making him a target for assassination by a Tijuana drug lord.

 

Even members of Trumps own party slammed the racist remarks.

 

"Claiming a person can't do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment," House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said in a reaction to Trum's comments, though [the sniveling coward] clarified that he still endorses the nominee.

 

The comments against Curiel didn't sit well with the American public either. According to a YouGov poll released in June, 51 percent of those surveyed agreed that Trump's comments were not only wrong, but also racist. Fifty-seven percent of Americans think Trump was wrong to complain against the judge, while just 20 percent [the Deplorables] think he was right to do so.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I attack you and your fraudulent drivel because you are a retarded rightwingnut troll who pushes propaganda and insane bullshit. Your misunderstandings and confusion about 'racism' are insane and meaningless.

And you must be biased too against me because I'm not voting for Clinton...

 

Isabel...Did you ever find that reference to the 17 minutes Bush sat and did nothing after being informed about 911?

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As of 9/25/2016

 

110 Republican Leaders Wont Vote for Donald Trump

 

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/29/us/politics/at-least-110-republican-leaders-wont-vote-for-donald-trump-heres-when-they-reached-their-breaking-point.html?_r=0

 

The Latest List Of Republicans Not Supporting Donald Trump

http://www.nationalmemo.com/latest-list-republicans-not-supporting-donald-trump/

 

 

 

121 foreign policy operatives who signed a March open letter opposing Trump on the basis of his national security positions.

 

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/06/30/gop-national-security-experts-are-readyforher.html

50 G.O.P. Officials Warn Donald Trump Would Put Nations Security at Risk

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/09/us/politics/national-security-gop-donald-trump.html

 

 

375 top scientists signed an open letter warning against the consequences of backing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

 

http://mashable.com/2016/09/20/scientists-letter-against-trump-climate-plan/#V4SjmuPWePqT

 

No CEOs at Fortune 100 Companies Are Backing Donald Trump

http://fortune.com/2016/09/24/fortune-100-companies-donald-trump/

 

Past Republican Presidents, Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. and Family.

 

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/09/where-republicans-stand-on-donald-trump-a-cheat-sheet/481449/

 

 

HAVE ANY TO ADD TO THIS LIST OF LOGICAL INTELLIGENT PEOPLE?

 

 

They'll all vote for Trump. They're just saying they won't in case he loses.

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