I agree on all points.
Very volatile situation.
Trump is smart and may actually solve problems instead of create more problems. Give Trump a chance.
Bloomberg should move to Chicago and try to fix the mess that Rahm Emanuel created.
No use in thinking about the election much as the lottery will be over in a few months.
> On Jan 24, 2016, at 2:17 PM, Lothar wrote:
> We are at 1933 Germany, where the choice was Communism or Nationalism.
> Donald Trump is certainly a Narcissist/Egomaniac, but he is not a evil NWO Neocon/Bankster, so he is the better choice ! > Both Democratic and Republican Parties are run by the 1% Neocon Rulers.
> The Neocon/Banksters do not want to accept Trump (!) [he would ruin their game] into the Republican Party, because they cannot control him ! (So far) > All other candidates are bought, controlled by G&S !
> Fact…One thing we know that the ruling Elite, the 1% Neocon Banksters, want to force us [and the World] into this NWO, shred our Constitution, take away our Rights, disarm and enslave us into this totalitarian tyrannical surveillance state !
> Just as the Germans in 1933, a extreme poor/difficult choice we have, lesser of two evils !
> Watching TV and seeing that all Jewish vehemently are against Trump, shows me the FEAR they have that Trump would take the power away from them. (~85% Jewish running the White House, by being only less than 2% of the population)
> Will America vote for ‘Nationalist Trump’ or vote for [Hillary/Bernie, continued ruling elite] Communism ?
> Maybe if VP Biden jumps in, it could make the choice “easier” for Americans to vote for Biden, despite all of his Administrations failures. (Bloomberg [AIPAC] would throw money to Biden)
> As we get closer to the election the Banksters will do anything, Bloomberg $$$ and other tricks, to stop Trump at all cost. > If they don’t succeed, they will try to assassinate him !
> That’s how desperate the Ruling 1% Bankster/Elite will get, if Trump cannot be bought and controlled. >
> On Jan 23, 2016, at 21:38, Bob wrote:
>> Really scary! When Trump made the remark “I could shoot somebody and still win the vote” I had a bad feeling. I think somebody might shoot him and the GOP hacks will waste no time getting Bloomberg out in front. I can’t think of anybody more BANKSTER than this guy. >>
>> From: Lothar
>> Sent: Saturday, January 23, 2016 9:21 PM
>> Subject: Bloomberg On Stand-By: To Assure Continuity Of Power By The Bankster/Elite – Bloomberg, Sensing an Opening, Revisits a Potential White House Run – Will Spend 1 $Billion – The New York Times >>
>> http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/24/nyregion/bloomberg-sensing-an-opening-revisits-a-potential-white-house-run.html?_r=0 >>
>> Michael R. Bloomberg at City Hall in New York in 2013 on the day before his last day as mayor. The state of play in this year’s presidential election has prompted Mr. Bloomberg to consider a third-party run for the White House.CreditDamon Winter/The New York Times >>
>> Michael R. Bloomberg has instructed advisers to draw up plans for a potential independent campaign in this year’s presidential race. His advisers and associates said he was galled by Donald J. Trump’s dominance of the Republican field, and troubled by Hillary Clinton’s stumbles and the rise of Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont on the Democratic side. >>
>> Mr. Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, has in the past contemplated running for the White House on a third-party ticket, but always concluded he could not win. A confluence of unlikely events in the 2016 election, however, has given new impetus to his presidential aspirations. >>
>> Mr. Bloomberg, 73, has already taken concrete steps toward a possible campaign, and has indicated to friends and allies that he would be willing to spend at least $1 billion of his fortune on it, according to people briefed on his deliberations who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss his plans. He has set a deadline for making a final decision in early March, the latest point at which advisers believe Mr. Bloomberg could enter the race and still qualify to appear as an independent candidate on the ballot in all 50 states. >>
>> He has retained a consultant to help him explore getting his name on those ballots, and his aides have done a detailed study of past third-party bids. Mr. Bloomberg commissioned a poll in December to see how he might fare against Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton, and he intends to conduct another round of polling after the New Hampshire primary on Feb. 9 to gauge whether there is indeed an opening for him, according to two people familiar with his intentions. >>
>> His aides have sketched out a version of a campaign plan that would have the former mayor, a low-key and cerebral personality, give a series of detailed policy speeches backed by an intense television advertising campaign. The ads would introduce him to voters around the country as a technocratic problem-solver and self-made businessman who understands the economy and who built a bipartisan administration in New York. >>
>> Mr. Bloomberg would face daunting and perhaps insurmountable obstacles in a presidential campaign: No independent candidate has ever been elected to the White House, and Mr. Bloomberg’s close Wall Street ties and liberal social views, including his strong support for abortion rights and gun control, could repel voters on the left and right. >>
>> But his possible candidacy also underscores the volatility of a presidential race that could be thrown into further turmoil by a wild-card candidate like Mr. Bloomberg. >>