- Producer22/10/2016Hillary Walks Out on Press Conference When Asked about Undercover Fraud (Videos)The Voice of Reason Writes:For anyone who has heard about, but not yet had a chance to learn the details about the undercover operation produced by James O’Keeffe’s Project Veritas about the inner workings of the Democrat Party, you’re in luck....
Comments22/10/2016 #4 John Vaughan#3 Love your stats @Albert Gibel - They're always creative, tho rarely justified by any credible fact checking.
I strongly support Bernie's suit against DNC, as I support the numerous lawsuits against GOP for attempting to implement voter repression across the US.
I'm also delighted to admit that Bernie's candidacy successfully moved Hillary's policies to the populist progressive left, just as Trump's candidacy has pretty well turned the GOP into a hot mess.
Your imaginative pseudo stats (source: Breitbart ... or Info Wars?) don't reflect what I've run into out in the field, or - as we like to say - 'reality'.
Life here in the cave is tolerable. We've got access to credible information and research tools. You should try it.
Cheers22/10/2016 #3 Albert Gibel#2 Dear Mr. John Vaughan , What...?
Do you live in a cave...?
Bernie Sanders QUIT the democratic party before the DNC convention was even over...!
All (3) subsequent appearances by Non-Democrat Bernie Sanders have been paid endorsements.
In plain english, Bernie Sold Out...!
Were you hibernating in your cave during the month that this made headlines (everyday)?
This is why Hillary Clinton remains under FBI investigation for voter fraud - the 2016 Primary Elections is where Hillary Clinton and the DNC committed "voter fraud" against Bernie Sanders.
I'll bet you also didn't hear that +-17% to as high as 44% of Bernie Sanders supporters have already switched sides and or chosen not to vote. The minimum side-switching is 17% of his base.
You wanna know something even more f*cked-up than that, Bernie Sanders has at least (1) pending lawsuit against the DNC and Hillary Clinton for voter fraud. And, he is named as a plaintiff in the Class Action Lawsuit filed shortly after the DNC Wikileaks dump.
It would seem that Bernie Sanders has figured out how to butter his bread on both sides while lying to everybody about it...
Regards.22/10/2016 #2 John Vaughan#1 "Just ask Bernie Sanders..." sez @Albert Gibel
As an avid and strong Bernie supporter, I've wanted to ask him a number of questions .... But he's kinda busy right now campaigning vigorously - and sincerely (unlike ANY of Donald's primary opponents) - for Hillary.
Maybe after the election, tho.
- Producer17/10/2016The House Always Wins, Even in Presidential ElectionsThe emergence of independent and libertarian options in the race to the White House has led to confusion and skepticism. However, these options may be the solution that many voters are looking for. In order to gain the Presidency of the United...
Comments17/10/2016 #1 Albert GibelGood and valid points. A nuclear option if you will.
But your forgetting one other government body that would intercede before the House...
The United States Supreme Court - The odds on favorite to decide Election 2016.
Regardless of the FAKE polling numbers, Hillary Clinton does NOT have the votes, she never did. Only through voter fraud can she win.
- 02/10/2016READY FOR A LAUGH?
It's time to put the 2016 US Presidential Campaign in perspective!
Does the Thurston Howell III character from the old Gilligan's Island TV show remind you of anyone in the current political circus?
If the link below does not work (ME TV should have the broadcast rights)
... it's also available (I don't know how legitimately) via YouTube at
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kU13v33ZuRYThurston Howell III for Presidentwww.metvnetwork.net America needs Thurston Howell III. Watch this great man and future leader of our country on 'Gilligan's Island,' Sundays at 2 PM | 1...
- Producer28/09/2016Many Mentors on My Road to the White House - Part 1Miguel de Cervantes, the 16th century Spanish novelist, poet and playwright, once said: “Believe there are no limits...” That's exactly the type of positive mindset one needs to achieve big goals in life which may at first appear insurmountable....
Comments01/10/2016 #28 David B. Grinberg#25 @Brian McKenzie, funny you should mention that because -- while I can't speak for "graft" -- there was, in fact, a hidden connection within this high-profile Congressional office that helped me get the gig. I did not know him, so it was one of those intangible factors (luck and timing). Read more about it the next post...30/09/2016 #27 David B. GrinbergJust a note of thanks for all of your valuable feedback and thoughtful comments, which are always most appreciated. Part 2 is on the way for those interested. @Gerald Hecht @Brian McKenzie @Franci Eugenia Hoffman @debasish majumder @Flávio Rodrigues Vieira @Larry Boyer @Donna-Luisa Eversley @Juan Imaz @Milos Djukic @Ben Pinto @Lisa Gallagher @Deb Helfrich @Mamen Delgado @Gert Scholtz29/09/2016 #18 Donna-Luisa Eversley@David B. Grinberg a leap of faith is a courageous thing, and proves your desire and willingness to go out to achieve your goals. Looking back is good when these memories are there as a reminder of what can be done. Your story is very
Inspiring😊Thank you for sharing29/09/2016 #15 David B. Grinberg#10 Thanks so much for commenting, Ben, you're too funny. While I can't definitely answer the question of whether Hillary has the stamina to the President, I can say that I most certainly don't -- nor would I ever want that position. For one thing, I lack key prerequisites such as having a pretty face, good hair and being telegenic. I got my share of national politics early in life and that was more than enough for me. That's why I became a registered Independent shortly after leaving the WH (and have been so ever since then). But, fear not, YOU have my vote and I'll even be your campaign press secretary. Now, how can you turn that down, Ben?29/09/2016 #14 David B. Grinberg#8 Thank you, as always, @Lisa Gallagher. No, you're not off the mark about Paul Begala, In fact, you're spot on! I have a separate section about my interaction with him as a mentor in a forthcoming post in this series. I'm glad you enjoyed my telling tales about those "glory days" of yesteryear. More to come...29/09/2016 #13 David B. Grinberg#7 Thanks for reading and commenting, @Deb Helfrich. Not only was there no assurance of success, but even my parents tried convincing me to seek more gainful and stable employment. Campaigns don't pay well to begin with. Thus, with all the time and effort one puts into it, you can still end up with nothing if the candidate loses. In fact, I still recall eating cans of tuna fish when I began working as a volunteer on the Clintin-Gore 1992 campaign. I'm glad I can at least afford salmon now!
- 29/07/2016Everyone is so intensely interesting in the forthcoming US election - this article analyzes why the polls have been so hideously wrong about the winners and losers of the primaries and, the rise of Donald Trump. Even Nate Silver at 538 has been getting it wrong in the past year. Thing is, we don't know what Civis knows so it's hard to tell who's really ahead - but this article explains why you should put little trust in the polls this year, and what you can watch for to get more of an inside scoop on who's really ahead.The Polls Are All Wrong. A Startup Called Civis Is Our Best Hope to Fix Themwww.wired.com Civis Analytics knows how you shop, what your Twitter handle is, and how you'll vote. It's the data-fueled, omniscient future of political...