Tuesday, February 09, 2016
NEW HAMPSHIRE VOTERS ITS TIME TO VOTE FOR CARLY FIORINA AND BEN CARSON, TED CRUZ AND MARCO RUBIO TODAY ONLY.
MY CHOICES FOR PRESIDENT-VICE PRESIDENT OF AMERICA
SEMIFINAL ELIMINATIONS FOR AMERICAN PRESIDENT 2016
2 When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.
4 The king by judgment establisheth the land: but he that receiveth gifts overthroweth it.
5 A man that flattereth his neighbour spreadeth a net for his feet.
6 In the transgression of an evil man there is a snare: but the righteous doth sing and rejoice.
7 The righteous considereth the cause of the poor: but the wicked regardeth not to know it.
8 Scornful men (OBAMA AGAINST CHRISTIANS) bring a city into a snare: but wise men turn away wrath.
10 The bloodthirsty hate the upright: but the just seek his soul.
11 A fool uttereth all his mind: but a wise man keepeth it in till afterwards.
12 If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.
14 The king that faithfully judgeth the poor, his throne shall be established for ever.
15 The rod and reproof give wisdom: but a child left to himself bringeth his mother to shame.
16 When the wicked are multiplied, transgression increaseth: but the righteous shall see their fall.
18 Where there is no vision,(LIBERAL-DEMOCRATE CHRISTIAN HATING HYPOCRITES-ANY SIN GOES) the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.
07-HITLARY ROTTEN LIAR CLINTON-THE WORST OF ALL THE ESTABLISHMENT MONEY PUPPETS.SHE CLAIMS SHES FOR WOMEN.BUT ALLOWS HER HUSBAND TO SEDUCE AND PERFORM SADIST ACTS ON YOUNG GIRLS WHILE IN OFFICE.THEN INSTEAD OF DIVORCING HIM-HITLARY CALLS OUT THE WOMEN SHE CLAIMS SHE WILL STICK UP FOR IF SHE WINS THE PRESIDENCY.AND BLAMES THE GIRLS INSTEAD OF HER HUSBAND FOR THE PERVERTED CIGAR AND OTHER SEX ACTS HE COMMITED TO THEM.CAN YOU SAY HITLARY IS THE BEST LYING-WORST HYPOCRIT IN THE 2016 RACE FOR PRESIDENT.IF HITLER 2ND CLINTON GETS ANY VOTES.THAT PERSON WHO VOTES FOR GODLESSNESS-DESERVES THE JUDGEMENTS SHE INFLICTS ON THEM AS PRESIDENT.AND BELIEVE ME THIS GODLESS DICTATOR HITLARY 2ND CLINTON WILL LIVE UP TO HER LIES,DECEPTION AND CONTROL FREAKNESS.AND NOBODY WILL ESCAPE LIKE OBAMAS ADMINISTRATION HAS SHOWN.HITLARY IS ANOTHER OBAMA-BUT WORSE.
08-BERNIE SANDERS-ANOTHER GODLESS SOCIALIST CONTROL FREAK TO BRING AMERICA TO ITS KNEES.
09-CHRIS CHRISTIE-ANOTHER WASHINGTON ESTABLISHED MONEY PUPPET TO DO ELITES MOUTHING.
10-JOHN KASICH-ANOTHER MOUTHPIECE BOUGHT OUT PUPPET OF THE WASHINGTON ESTABLISHMENT.
11-JIM GILMORE-THIS SHOULD BE THE LAST PRIMARY-HE SHOULD DROP OUT AFTER TODAY.
Next up: New Hampshire set to vote in nation's first primary-Associated Press By HOLLY RAMER-FEB 8,16-YAHOONEWS
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — It's been 100 years since New Hampshire held its first presidential primary, and it seems like some of the current candidates have been hanging around for nearly that long. More than a few started popping up a full two years before Tuesday's state election, and nearly all have spent recent months hosting town hall meetings, holding rallies and meeting voters.Here are details about the primary and what to look for:___WHEN AND WHERE-State law requires polls to be open between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday, but each town and city sets its own hours. Most allow voting between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m., with a handful opening polls as early as 6 a.m. and about 20 remaining open until 8 p.m. And three tiny towns — Hart's Location, Dixville and Millsfield — have permission to open their polls at midnight and close them moments later once everyone has voted. Altogether, there are 319 polling locations — cities and larger towns have multiple wards.___-TURNOUT-Secretary of State Bill Gardner expects the total number of ballots to be cast Tuesday to top the records set in 2008, the last time both sides had contested races.That year, just over 241,000 ballots were cast in the GOP primary and just under 289,000 in the Democratic primary, which amounted to nearly 60 percent of registered voters. On Tuesday, he's predicting 282,000 Republican ballots will be cast, and 268,000 Democratic ballots.Independent voters, officially known as "undeclared," can vote in either primary, and can revert back to undeclared status immediately afterward. As of Feb. 5, there were 882,959 registered voters: 44 percent were undeclared, 26 percent were Democrats and 30 percent were Republicans.New voters can register at the polls on primary day.___UH OH, IT'S SNOW!-Yard signs stuck in snow banks are a New Hampshire primary staple, but that was a rare sight until the final days of the campaign. Much of the state saw very little precipitation until a pair of storms in the final days before the primary, including a storm Monday that made for a lot of slipping and sliding in the southern and eastern parts of the state. Only flurries are forecast for primary day, so voters shouldn't have any problem getting to the polls.___HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY-In 1913, Rep. Stephen Bullock traveled by horse and buggy from his Richmond farm to Concord to propose a bill creating the primary. The Legislature passed it that spring, and after some tweaking of the law two years later the first presidential primary was a held in March 1916.While other states beat New Hampshire that year, New Hampshire has had the first primary since 1920. It wasn't until 1952, however, that voters cast ballots for candidates directly instead of choosing delegates. Since then it has snowballed, with much media attention and maneuvering to remain ahead of other states. State law requires the primary to be held seven days ahead of any other similar contest, and long-serving Secretary of State Bill Gardner has fought repeated attempts to usurp his state's position.___VERMIN, WHO?-Unlike other states, it's cheap and easy to get on the ballot in New Hampshire: Candidates sign some paperwork and hand over a $1,000 check to the secretary of state. This year, a near record 58 White House hopefuls signed up — 30 Republicans and 28 Democrats.All but three of the candidates are men. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republicans Carly Fiorina and Chomi Prag are the only female candidates.For the 2012 election, 44 presidential candidates from 26 states got on New Hampshire's ballot. The all-time high was 1992, when 61 signed up.This year's crop included some familiar faces, including Edward O'Donnell of Bridgeport, Pennsylvania, a Democrat making his seventh run. Perennial candidate and performance artist Vermin Supreme also signed up at the secretary of state's office, wearing his signature rubber boot on his head. He's touting a plan to provide every American with a pony.___WHAT'S THE POINT?-The sponsor of the original bill creating the primary wanted to give average citizens a greater say in the election process, and proponents of the primary argue that New Hampshire has continued to embrace that ideal more so than other states. New Hampshire elects its governor and huge 424-member Legislature every two years, making campaigning a near constant and giving voters plenty of practice to hold candidates accountable.While critics also argue that New Hampshire is too small and too white to play such a major role in picking presidents, its defenders say the country — and the candidates — are well-served because the primary requires close contact with voters, not just name-recognition or advertising cash. In the last 10 elections, the winner of the Republican primary went on to become the eventual nominee eight times; on the Democratic side, seven winners went on to become nominees.
Woman who accused Bill Clinton of assault to campaign against Hillary presidential run-Reuters By Jonathan Allen-FEB 8,16-YAHOONEWS
By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - One of the women who has accused former U.S. President Bill Clinton of sexual assault says she has agreed to work for an anti-Clinton political group being formed by a former advisor to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Kathleen Willey, a former White House volunteer who says Bill Clinton groped her in an Oval Office hallway in 1993 when she came to him tearfully seeking a paid job, said she had agreed to become a paid national spokeswoman for a group being created by Roger Stone.Stone, a Republican strategist, said the group would become active should Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton’s wife, win the Democratic nomination in the 2016 race for the White House. Clinton is currently the front runner. “This gives me more of an opportunity to get this message out to young voters who weren’t even born or don’t even remember what happened and to the women who have suffered,” Willey told Reuters. Willey said she will give interviews and speeches and appear in political advertisements to ensure the accusations remain part of the political discourse during the election campaign. “They’re going to be confronted every day, on radio, on television, on billboards,” Stone told Reuters, referring to the Clintons. He said he had reached a verbal agreement with Willey but cautioned that the group was still in the planning stages. Spokesmen for Hillary and Bill Clinton did not respond to questions about Willey. Stone’s political action committee, which can raise virtually unlimited funds to advocate for or against candidates, was originally created last year under the name Women Against Hillary. It was renamed in January as the Rape Accountability Project for Education PAC, or RAPE PAC. In a 1998 deposition, Clinton “emphatically” denied Willey’s accusation he groped her, describing her as having “been through a lot” in reference to her family’s financial woes and her husband’s suicide on the day Willey says her encounter with Clinton happened. Clinton has admitted having extra-marital affairs with two other women: Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern, and Gennifer Flowers, a singer and actor from his home state of Arkansas, but he and his lawyers have said accusations by other women are false. It’s not clear whether Stone’s group will resonate with voters. A Reuters/Ipsos poll in January found that a majority of the public, including 68 percent of Democrats and 50 percent of Republicans, thought that Bill Clinton’s past sexual misconduct “made no difference” in the current race. Among women, 56 percent said it did not matter, while another 21 percent said it would hurt Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning the election. Several Republican candidates, particularly Trump, have reminded voters of the allegations while campaigning. The Clintons and their staff have dismissed this as dirty politics. CLINTON ACCUSERS ARE BACK Hillary Clinton’s decision to advocate for victims of sexual assault has persuaded some of her husband’s other accusers, including Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones McFadden, to wade into the political season. Broaddrick and Willey say that Clinton, who has said victims of sexual assault have the “right to be believed,” is being hypocritical by doubting her husband’s accusers. When asked about the accusations by Broaddrick, Jones McFadden and Willey at a campaign event in New Hampshire in December, Hillary Clinton replied that people who say they were sexually assaulted should be “believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence.” Stone released a book last year called “The Clintons’ War on Women,” for which Willey wrote the foreword. After leaving Trump’s campaign, Stone created a pro-Trump political action committee, the Committee to Restore America’s Greatness. He says he remains friendly with Trump. Trump himself, angered at Hillary Clinton calling him sexist, described Bill Clinton as “one of the great women abusers of all time” and Hillary Clinton his “enabler” at a campaign event last month. A spokeswoman for Trump, who is barred by Federal Election Commission rules from coordinating with super PACs, did not respond to questions. Stone has also helped to set up an online fundraising page to help raise money to pay for Willey’s mortgage, he said. She said she has been in financial difficult since her husband’s suicide and is facing foreclosure on her Virginia home this month. (Reporting by Jonathan Allen, editing by Ross Colvin)
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