The Pardu

The Pardu
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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

About President Obama And Louisiana

Natural catastrophe visit: To be or Not to be?


You have two options and two option only if you care about the aftermath of the recent flooding in south Louisiana. You can buy into the hype unleashed by Donald Trump and his herds of sycophants and certain media or you can accept the reality fo avoiding a photo opportunity as enact by President Obama. 

Rather than rehash the hype  including Trump hanging a large check to anti-gay pastor Tony Perkins, we prefer to simply post up a YouTube Vidoe of part of the president's comments during his visit to the area.


Obama's addressed federal support in Louisiana


 
 

It is beyond sad that many in the nation will continue to seek short-term gratification form knocking the wisdom of Barack Obama. I even read pseudo-progressive Harold Ford agreed with an MSNBC host that Obama should have visited Louisiana last week. The two viewer entertainer (Host and guest) did not give one damn for comment from the Louisiana Governor regarding visiting at the most effective time VS. photo ops.



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Monday, August 22, 2016

Trump By The Numbers




Today we have a certainty. Donald Trump has managed to deflect questionable aura from his personal persona to others who make the mistake of aligning with the New York City carnival barker. The latest example of The Misjudgment to associate with Trump was Paul (East European Bloc) operative. If the pro-Putin operator hadn't join Trump in his keystone cop campaign, Manafort's Ukrainian political operations and associated payments may have continued unnoticed by the federal government.  

Another risk taker is Ted Cruz's former camping official, Kellyanne Conway. Oh, what a mess has she joined.  Conway's always seemingly replaced demeanor has to,at times, boil into hair-pulling yells of "Why did they do that."  Yet, Conner's decision to Join Trump has already offered revelations into her character and values. During the 2016 Primaries, we found fewer Cruz surrogates who better took Trump to task for his existentialist reality of the nation's number one public fraud. 
Yes, she slammed Trump from every angle imaginable and in many cases doubled-down on the candidate. She is now his proud campaign manager who is literally effusive in her praise for Trump's ideology, acts, and behavior.


Conway: Trump "Says He's For The Little Guy But He's Actually Built A Lot Of His Businesses On The Backs Of The Little Guy." Conway stated that Trump had “actually built a lot of his business on the backs of the little guy” and has a history of “not paying contractors after [they have helped him] build something,” adding that “the little guys have suffered” because of Trump. From the February 10 edition of CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello:
KELLYANNE CONWAY: Before the victims of his elevated kind of talk, they were unions and they were Democrats, and they were people who were living off the system. But then it looked like it was commuters and everyday people. And I think that's actually something that could hurt Trump in South Carolina and beyond if people start to see that he's not -- he says he's for the little guy, but he's actually built a lot of his businesses on the backs of the little guy and he's a lot of little guys through eminent domain, or through not paying contractors after you’ve built something. The little guys have suffered. [CNN, CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello, 2/10/16]
Conway: Trump Victims Include “Victims Of Trump University, Victims Of Trump In Atlantic City.”Conway praised anti-Trump messaging, saying it’s that “gotten better” because people are “starting to talk about victims of Trump University, victims of Trump in Atlantic City.” Conway also continued highlighting Trump’s hypocrisy in claiming that he is “for the little guy,” when really he has built his business “on the backs of the little guy.” From the March 8 edition of CNN’s At This Hour:
KELLYANNE CONWAY:  For Trump, the debates are fraught with peril. Because now the question is going to be about these Trump victims. The reason the messaging has gotten better since Alex’s barnburner of an article two weeks ago is they’re starting to talk about victims of Trump University, victims of Trump in Atlantic City. Before that it was his conservative apostasies, now it’s actually you’re for the little guy but you’ve built your business on the backs of the little guy. [CNN, At This Hour, 3/8/16]
Let's leave Conway for now. Earlier today we found another example of out of control punditry with a splash of bigotry.

Sunday morning with AM Joy......Yet another Trump pundit literally makes a fool of himself via his knee-jerk comments about "being gay." It should be noted this surrogate often appears on CNN and gleefully offers his Latino ancestry as a fact of support for his Trump surrogacy. He revealed validated the reality of once the GOP suit goes over the shoulders all tolerance of other groups subsides into intolerant cauldrons. 


OK, let's leave the photo opportunity in Louisiana, and move to Trump's "problems with people of color."

A young very misguided Trump supporter overlooked his skin color while falling for Trump celebrity worship. I don't think he will vote for Trump this year; the year of his first opportunity to vote. The dawn of his young adult life and an embryonic lesson in republicanism.

http://on.msnbc.com/2b6ARgx via @msnbc



I told him I’ve never been to another rally in my life,” Anantha said. “I’m a huge Trump supporter. I would never protest against Trump.”  

Anantha, who CNN reported was wearing two pro-Trump T-shirts, said he tried to explain that there was a misunderstanding.  

“I have no idea who you think I am, I’m just an average 18-year-old kid who likes Donald Trump,' and then he just kicked me out," Anantha added.  

“I do think it’s because I’m brown, there’s no denying that,” he said.
Let's end with Trump clearly citing a racist group. If you fail to see Trump's strategy see if you can find someone from Germany 1929 and ask about parallels.
Trump cites notorious racist's group in new campaign ad http://on.msnbc.com/2b7rMay via @msnbc



So the message from Bannon and Trump is for surrogates to go out and perform like "presstitutes" making statements only a fool would believe. 



Now for a run through a Trump's over-the-top lying.  Do recall an ad with comments about immigrants collecting social security?  Well......
The end of the day.  An image is worth one thousand words. Politifact Truth meter.
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