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Jill Stein will be answering the same questions once again WITHOUT the bullshit no answers getting in the way......

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AS Jill Stein performed here. Yes the same opportunity will be granted to Jill Stein I am guessing Monday morning October the 10th.

Answering the very same questions that Hillary and Donald never do. Two hours of in depth responses.

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Expanding the Debate: Jill Stein "Debates" Clinton & Trump in Democracy Now! Special - Part 1

Expanding the Debate: Jill Stein Spars with Clinton & Trump in Democracy Now! Special - Part 2
Jill Stein looks extremely healthy and quite handsome.
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Hillary will not be a good POTUS because she is a libertarian like the Koch boys and Bill and Donald which means more jobs will pay less,monopolies will grow and

the economy will continue to go straight to hell.

 

Taxpayers will be forced to bail out more corporations and big bank fuck ups. Lending institutions will continue to rape more victims because of Bill repealing Glass-Steagal.

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Oh that will be great! Oh wait a minute, nobody cares.

 

 

That must be why jobs get out sourced,lending institutions screw the country,voting rights are at risk,women's rights are at risk,Right To Work lower wage legislation is being ignored,Bill Clinton is worshipped no matter his history, why the USA government is pushing 24/7 war for oil control etc etc etc etc.

 

In a democracy no political candidate should be ignored by the media and media should never be offering up endorsements as if they are some kind of political wizards when in fact they special interests.

 

 

There Is No Santa Claus and Bill Clinton Was Not an Economic Savior

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dean-baker/there-is-no-santa-claus-a_b_2362845.html

 

 

The Untold Story Of How Clinton's Budget Destroyed The American Economy

 

http://www.businessinsider.com/how-bill-clintons-balanced-budget-destroyed-the-economy-2012-9

 

 

--- NOTE TO HILLARY CLINTON : CLINTONOMICS WAS A DISASTER FOR MOST AMERICANS.

 

UNDER BILL CLINTON, WALL STREET CREATED A RUINOUS BUBBLE, WHILE WORKERS LOST WAGES AND POWER

 

https://www.thenation.com/article/note-to-hillary-clintonomics-was-a-disaster-for-most-americans/

 

 

Americans need educated instead of devouring political rhetoric and BTW Trump has never been a billionaire because he loses too much money.

 

Lots of liars in this campaign fiasco.

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Bump to remind all voters of a different perspective with substance ...

 

Where are the headlines about the incredible presidential candidate Jill Stein? Where is the media coverage anywhere for this viable Green Party candidate? If the media would step up to the plate and give her the coverage she more than deserves we the people would have an alternative candidate who could very well win. She not only sticks to the issues but presents sound solutions to many of our problems.

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Part 2

 

 

Expanding the Debate: Jill Stein Spars with Clinton & Trump in Democracy Now! Special - Part 2

 

Part 2 of our special two-hour "Expanding the Debate" coverage.

 

We play excerpts from the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debate and expand the debate by giving Green Party nominee Jill Stein a chance to respond to the same questions posed to Trump and Clinton.

 

Stein and Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson were excluded from the debate under stringent rules set by the Commission on Presidential Debates, which is controlled by the Democratic and Republican parties.

 

We invited both Stein and Johnson to join us on the program; only Stein took us up on the offer.

Watch Part 1

 

http://www.democracynow.org/2016/10/10/expanding_the_debate_jill_stein_debates_clinton

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DR. JILL STEIN: You know, Hillary Clinton’s behavior, I think, you know, extremely careless with regard to the emails. That amounts to gross negligence, which technically is the threshold for prosecution for having violated laws about how national security information should be handled.

 

 

The fact that a leaker was not—or that a hacker was not discovered doesn’t mean anything, because hackers often leave no trace, and you only find out long, long after.

Hillary Clinton also stated—and this was in the inspector general’s report—that this was intentional, that she did not want her private business subject to FOIA, to Freedom of Information Act.

And, in fact, what she deleted amounted to half the volume of her emails, which is pretty staggering that someone on a job as busy as the secretary of state’s job has half of their time on the job, or at least half the volume of their emails, is spent on their own personal business.

And it’s a little bit disturbing that as she is conducting the secretary’s business, she has concurrently this Clinton Foundation business, where she is granting special favors, special partnerships, special government contracts, weapons deals, etc., to Clinton Foundation donors.

So, there’s just a lot here that represents how the economic and political elite are very much represented, I think, by both of these candidates, and underscores why it’s really important for us to exercise our power in a democracy. We have a right to know who we can vote for, as well as a right to vote. And I urge people to go to my website,

Jill2016.com, and join our campaign for open debates, so that we can truly learn what is at stake in this election and what our options are. Thank you.

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DR. JILL STEIN: You know, Hillary Clinton’s behavior, I think, you know, extremely careless with regard to the emails. That amounts to gross negligence, which technically is the threshold for prosecution for having violated laws about how national security information should be handled.

 

 

The fact that a leaker was not—or that a hacker was not discovered doesn’t mean anything, because hackers often leave no trace, and you only find out long, long after.

Hillary Clinton also stated—and this was in the inspector general’s report—that this was intentional, that she did not want her private business subject to FOIA, to Freedom of Information Act.

And, in fact, what she deleted amounted to half the volume of her emails, which is pretty staggering that someone on a job as busy as the secretary of state’s job has half of their time on the job, or at least half the volume of their emails, is spent on their own personal business.

And it’s a little bit disturbing that as she is conducting the secretary’s business, she has concurrently this Clinton Foundation business, where she is granting special favors, special partnerships, special government contracts, weapons deals, etc., to Clinton Foundation donors.

So, there’s just a lot here that represents how the economic and political elite are very much represented, I think, by both of these candidates, and underscores why it’s really important for us to exercise our power in a democracy. We have a right to know who we can vote for, as well as a right to vote. And I urge people to go to my website,

Jill2016.com, and join our campaign for open debates, so that we can truly learn what is at stake in this election and what our options are. Thank you.

 

 

 

The above demonstrates Hillary's inability to make the best decisions when one would think she knows better......apparently she does not know better.
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That must be why jobs get out sourced,lending institutions screw the country,voting rights are at risk,women's rights are at risk,Right To Work lower wage legislation is being ignored,Bill Clinton is worshipped no matter his history, why the USA government is pushing 24/7 war for oil control etc etc etc etc.

 

In a democracy no political candidate should be ignored by the media and media should never be offering up endorsements as if they are some kind of political wizards when in fact they special interests.

 

 

There Is No Santa Claus and Bill Clinton Was Not an Economic Savior

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dean-baker/there-is-no-santa-claus-a_b_2362845.html

 

 

The Untold Story Of How Clinton's Budget Destroyed The American Economy

 

http://www.businessinsider.com/how-bill-clintons-balanced-budget-destroyed-the-economy-2012-9

 

 

--- NOTE TO HILLARY CLINTON : CLINTONOMICS WAS A DISASTER FOR MOST AMERICANS.

 

UNDER BILL CLINTON, WALL STREET CREATED A RUINOUS BUBBLE, WHILE WORKERS LOST WAGES AND POWER

 

https://www.thenation.com/article/note-to-hillary-clintonomics-was-a-disaster-for-most-americans/

 

 

Americans need educated instead of devouring political rhetoric and BTW Trump has never been a billionaire because he loses too much money.

 

Lots of liars in this campaign fiasco.

Myth: The housing bubble burst when too many people with home loans mandated by the CommunityReinvestmentAct failed to make their mortgage payments.

 

 

Fact: More than half of problematic sub-prime loans made in the last few years were issued by banks that are not regulated by the CRA. [U.S. House Committee on Financial Services] The CRA applies only to financial institutions that are insured by the FDIC, but not to independent mortgage companies such as Countrywide. In fact, non-CRA lenders were twice as likely as CRA lenders to issue excessively expensive subprime loans to vulnerable creditors. [Federal Reserve Bulletin] Responsible mortgages made by CRA lenders have a low rate of foreclosure similar to that of traditional mortgages. [Federal Reserve]

 

 

 

Myth: In 1995, Bill Clinton changed the CommunityReinvestmentAct to allow the securitization of CRA and subprime mortgages.

 

 

Fact: The 1995 revisions to the CRA changed only the way in which a bank’s CRA compliance is evaluated; they made no mention of mortgage securitization. [60 F.R. 22156] Under the 1995 rules, banks are rewarded only for making mortgages in their communities, not for re-selling mortgages as securities.

 

 

NEXT!!!

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DR. JILL STEIN: It’s not rocket science how to fix this disaster that the Affordable Care Act is. In fact, healthcare costs are skyrocketing. It’s now—you know, we pay essentially $3 trillion a year, is what the price tag is for healthcare, when you include government, business and out-of-pocket expenses.

 

 

One out of every three Americans now cannot afford healthcare. Yes, the numbers of coverage have gone up, but there is massive underinsurance, and it is prohibitive. The premiums and the deductibles and the copays are just too high, so many people with insurance cannot afford to get it.

 

 

There is almost half a trillion dollars of needless expense in the Affordable Care Act. This was the boondoggle built in for insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies, that they are making out like bandits here in a healthcare system based on profit, not based on people.

And the solution is pretty straightforward. We need a Medicare-for-all system, an improved Medicare-for-all system. Right now 25 percent of healthcare costs are spent on wasteful paper pushing, on CEO salaries, on advertising, etc., on exorbitant pharmaceutical costs like paying $400 for an EpiPen, which contains $1 worth of medication. This is the kind of abuse that is built into this program, because we do not have the capacity to negotiate and do bulk purchasing, which needs to be built in.

Under an improved Medicare-for-all system, that 25 percent overhead is reduced to about 1 percent, 1 to 2 percent overhead. So it enables us to put our healthcare dollars truly into healthcare, so that you are covered, head to toe, cradle to grave, your mental health, your pharmaceuticals, your hearing aid, your insulin pump, whatever, and your reproductive healthcare and your mental healthcare.

And the healthcare decisions are between you and your doctor. It gets corporations off your back, and it gets CEOs out of the business of deciding and micromanaging your healthcare.

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Why do the presidential debates suck? The foxes are in the chicken coop.

The League of Women Voters served as a genuinely nonpartisan presidential debate sponsor from 1976 until 1984. The League courageously included popular independent candidates and prohibited the major-party campaigns from manipulating debate formats.
In 1988, the George Bush and Michael Dukakis campaigns drafted the first secret debate contract -- a "Memorandum of Understanding" that dictated who could participate and under what conditions.
The League of Women Voters refused to implement the contract and issued a blistering press release, stating that "the demands of the two campaign organizations would perpetrate a fraud on the American voter."
In 1988, the CPD seized control of the presidential debates from the League and has sponsored every presidential debate since.
It is precisely because the League had the courage to resist the demands of the major-party candidates that the CPD was created. The Republican and Democratic parties would not tolerate a debate sponsor that insisted on challenging formats or the inclusion of third-party candidates.
In 1986, the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee ratified an agreement "for the parties to take over presidential debates." In 1987, the chairs of the Republican and Democratic parties incorporated the CPD. In 1988, the CPD seized control of the presidential debates from the League and has sponsored every presidential debate since.
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DR. JILL STEIN:

So, clearly more heat than light coming out of much of the discussion in last night’s debate.

In addition to establishing an emergency jobs program, we need to do another major initiative, and that is to end the predatory student loan debt, which has basically held an entire generation hostage, unable to actually participate in the economy and create a decent future for themselves.

So we call for bailing out the students, as the Democrats and Republicans bailed out Wall Street. After Wall Street had crashed the economy through their waste, fraud, and abuse, we say it’s about time to bail out the victims of that abuse.

This would be the stimulus package of our dreams, to unleash an entire generation that is already trained. They have the skills. They have the passion and the vision. They need to be turned loose by canceling that debt.

There are many ways we can pay for it. It’s $1.3 trillion. We came up with $16 trillion to bail out Wall Street when they needed it. We can pay for ending student debt by creating a small tax on Wall Street, for example, or by increasing the income tax on the highest bracket of earners up to, say, 60 or 65 percent.

We also call for making higher education free, because, in fact, it pays for itself. For every dollar that we put into higher education, in fact, we get back $7 in return in improved benefits and in actual increased revenues. So, we simply cannot afford not to make public higher education free.

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DR. JILL STEIN: You know, Hillary Clinton’s behavior, I think, you know, extremely careless with regard to the emails. That amounts to gross negligence, which technically is the threshold for prosecution for having violated laws about how national security information should be handled.

 

 

The fact that a leaker was not—or that a hacker was not discovered doesn’t mean anything, because hackers often leave no trace, and you only find out long, long after.

Hillary Clinton also stated—and this was in the inspector general’s report—that this was intentional, that she did not want her private business subject to FOIA, to Freedom of Information Act.

And, in fact, what she deleted amounted to half the volume of her emails, which is pretty staggering that someone on a job as busy as the secretary of state’s job has half of their time on the job, or at least half the volume of their emails, is spent on their own personal business.

And it’s a little bit disturbing that as she is conducting the secretary’s business, she has concurrently this Clinton Foundation business, where she is granting special favors, special partnerships, special government contracts, weapons deals, etc., to Clinton Foundation donors.

So, there’s just a lot here that represents how the economic and political elite are very much represented, I think, by both of these candidates, and underscores why it’s really important for us to exercise our power in a democracy. We have a right to know who we can vote for, as well as a right to vote. And I urge people to go to my website,

Jill2016.com, and join our campaign for open debates, so that we can truly learn what is at stake in this election and what our options are. Thank you.

 

 

Bump for justice !!!

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DR. JILL STEIN: You know, Hillary Clinton’s behavior, I think, you know, extremely careless with regard to the emails. That amounts to gross negligence, which technically is the threshold for prosecution for having violated laws about how national security information should be handled.

 

 

The fact that a leaker was not—or that a hacker was not discovered doesn’t mean anything, because hackers often leave no trace, and you only find out long, long after.

Hillary Clinton also stated—and this was in the inspector general’s report—that this was intentional, that she did not want her private business subject to FOIA, to Freedom of Information Act.

And, in fact, what she deleted amounted to half the volume of her emails, which is pretty staggering that someone on a job as busy as the secretary of state’s job has half of their time on the job, or at least half the volume of their emails, is spent on their own personal business.

And it’s a little bit disturbing that as she is conducting the secretary’s business, she has concurrently this Clinton Foundation business, where she is granting special favors, special partnerships, special government contracts, weapons deals, etc., to Clinton Foundation donors.

So, there’s just a lot here that represents how the economic and political elite are very much represented, I think, by both of these candidates, and underscores why it’s really important for us to exercise our power in a democracy. We have a right to know who we can vote for, as well as a right to vote.

And I urge people to go to my website, Jill2016.com, and join our campaign for open debates, so that we can truly learn what is at stake in this election and what our options are. Thank you.

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May I introduce some financial solutions:

--- Don't elect Trump or Clinton

--- Elect The Green Party and Jill Stein

Next:

Implement the Robin Hood Tax

ttp://www.robinhoodtax.org

Are there other solutions? Absolutely. Let’s use 10 easy ways to fund what we need to do.

Stop giving investors a sweetheart deal

Additional revenue: $533 billion over 10 years

Quit subsidizing mansions and vacation homes

Additional revenue: $214.6 billion over 10 years

End the "step up" giveaway on inherited stocks

Additional revenue: $764 billion over 10 years

Revitalize the "death tax"

Additional revenue: $432 billion over 10 years

Heed America's favorite investment guru

Additional revenue: $171 billion over 10 years

Reset back to Clinton-era tax rates for upper incomes

Additional revenue: $442 billion over 10 years

Take agribusiness giants off the federal teat

Additional revenue: $112 billion over 10 years

End oil and gas drilling in Washington, DC

Additional revenue: $158 billion over 10 years

Forget cap and trade: Impose a carbon tax instead

Additional revenue: $1.25 trillion over 10 years

Stop giving corporations an excuse to hide profits and send jobs abroad

Additional revenue: $583 billion over 10 years

http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/11/10-easy-ways-avoid-fiscal-cliff

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