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The White House moves to implement the Iran agreement…

Though the Republicans did try one last ditch effort to stop the agreement….They failed….

The Democrats, who are in the minority in the Senate, pulled together mostly and have given President Obama his green light to join the others nations that bargained the agreement to halt the Iranian nuclear weapons program in exchange for lifting economic sanctions against the country….

Following a final failed attempt by Senate Republicans to kill the Iran nuclear agreement Thursday, the administration moved aggressively toward putting it into effect, naming a new czar to oversee implementation and announcing that President Obama would issue waivers suspending all U.S. nuclear-related sanctions on Oct. 18.

The waivers will not go into effect until what the agreement itself calls “Implementation Day,” when the International Atomic Energy Agency certifies that Iran has complied with all of its obligations — including removal of 98 percent of its enriched uranium stockpile, shutting down its underground enrichment facility and rendering inoperative the core of a plutonium-capable reactor.

Senior administration officials said those processes could take well into 2016 once they begin next month, under the terms of the deal completed in July.

Secretary of State John F. Kerry appointed a career foreign service officer, Stephen D. Mull, as implementation coordinator among U.S. agencies and negotiating partners, reporting directly to the secretary’s office. Before his most recent job as U.S. ambassador to Poland, Mull played a key role in early negotiations with Iran….


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Hillary Clinton plays the “Tonight Show’ while GOPer’s debate…

I’m sure there wasn’t to many political junkies watching her have a good time with Jimmy Fallon making fun of ‘The Donald’ Trump….

But she seems to have had a good time….

 Hillary Clinton stopped by NBC’s “Tonight Show” on Wednesday where she was interviewed by Jimmy Fallon twice — once as Donald Trump, and once as himself.

In what has become a trademark, Fallon donned the Donald’s signature hairdo and “called” Clinton at home to discuss women, immigration and Bernie Sanders.

Fake Trump opened with, “I haven’t seen you since my last wedding.” Clinton fired back, “Well, I’m sure I’ll see you at the next one.”

When Clinton asked “Trump” what his stance is on women’s issues, Fallon quipped, “I know a lot of women and they all have issues.”

The former secretary of state appeared at ease in the comedic setting, reaching for a glass of white wine mid-skit.

Clinton joked about someone she doesn’t often mention on the campaign trail. “Do you have any idea what it’s like to work so hard for something, to be so close to getting it, then someone pops out of nowhere and tries to take it all away?” she asks.

“Are you talking about Bernie Sanders? I hate to say this but I think he’s losing his hair,” fake Trump said….


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Daily Kos Morning Digest 9/16/15… Republican Dan Benishek calls it quits in competitive northern Michigan district

Reposted from Daily Kos Elections by Jeff Singer

Republican Rep. Dan Benishek

Retiring GOP Rep. Dan Benishek

Leading Off: MI-01: On Tuesday, Republican Rep. Dan Benishek announced that he would not seek re-election next year. Benishek weirdly cited his 2010 pledge to only serve three terms, a pledge he was fine breaking a few months ago when he kicked off his bid for a fourth term. Benishek was seen as a shaky campaigner (though he seemed to be improving in 2014) but he had the power of incumbency, and it’s not clear yet if his decision will help or hurt the GOP here.

Benishek’s departure opens up this northern Michigan seat, which includes the entire Upper Peninsula. Romney carried the 1st District 54-45 but Democrats often do well here: Benishek himself only won re-election that year 48.1 to 47.6. GOP operatives gave Roll Call‘s Emily Cahn four potential Republican candidates, and none of them ruled out a campaign on Tuesday. State Sen. Tom Casperson, who lost this seat to then-Democratic Rep. Bart Stupak, said that he’s giving Benishek his day, but he noted that “[h]istory has shown that I have an interest in this race.” There was some speculation that Benishek was planning to run for re-election this cycle so that he could retire in 2018 and give Casperson the chance to run in a midterm year, which tend to be more favorable for Team Red.

A few other Republicans have also expressed some level of interest. State Rep. Peter Pettalia, who was publicly considering challenging Benishek in the GOP primary back in April, acknowledged on Tuesday that “a multitude of groups” have asked him to run. Former state Sen. Jason Allen, who lost the 2010 primary to Benishek by 15 votes, said that he needs “to have some conversations as I consider it.” State Sen. Wayne Schmidt was the most evasive of the four, only saying that he’s focusing on his work in the legislature and whatever “happens in the future will play itself out.”

Democrats were already planning to target this seat, and much of the party establishment has consolidated behind former state party leader Lon Johnson. Johnson isn’t well known to voters, but he has a reputation as a great fundraiser. 2014 nominee Jerry Cannon is also running again, but the DCCC thought he ran a weak campaign last time.


CO-Sen: Both parties are waiting to see if Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler will challenge Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet, and it sounds like they won’t need to wait much longer. Brauchler, whom the NRSC has been working hard to recruit, says he will decide in early October.

IN-Sen: Despite spending months considering a bid for this open seat, GOP state Sen. Mike Delph announced on Tuesday that he would sit this race out. Delph’s move is good news for Rep. Marlin Stutzman: Delph’s far-right views (he was a prominent backer of the ill-fated Religious Freedom Restoration Act) and his poor relationship with his party’s leadership could have taken key anti-establishment votes away from the tea partying Stutzman.

Right now, the GOP primary remains a three-way fight between Stutzman, Rep. Todd Young, and the well-connected but underfunded former state party chair Eric Holcomb. State Sen. Jim Merritt also flirted with a bid for a while, but he joined Young’s campaign last month, and there don’t appear to be any other notable Hoosier Republicans who are still considering running. Holcomb and Young have a similar base of support among more establishment-oriented primary voters and if they split the tea party vote enough, it will give Stutzman a better chance. Democrats will have a tough fight no matter what, though the ultra conservative and not-always disciplined Stutzman would likely give them their best shot at a pickup.

NH-Sen, Gov: Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan has been dealing with a budget standoff with the GOP-led state legislature for months, and she pledged to put her 2016 plans on hold until everything was resolved. Well, on Tuesday, the Hassan and legislative leaders reached a deal to adopt a compromise. The budget still needs to be voted on and ex-GOP speaker Bill O’Brien is trying to rally support against it in the state House, but things should move along quickly now. Both parties have been waiting anxiously to see if Hassan will challenge GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte or seek another two-year term as governor, and assuming there aren’t any surprises, we should have our answer sooner rather than later…


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Hillary leads Trump…9/13/15 ABC Poll….

The numbers mentioned in the ABC/LRA are 46% to 43% Clinton for registered voters….

But the next sentence is….’That compares to a clear Clinton lead among all adults, 51-39 percent, indicating her broad support in groups that are less apt to be registered to vote, such as young adults and racial and ethnic minorities.’

It’s 14 months from the November 2016 Election Day contest….

The people who present the poll caution that….

But Hillary IS thought to be on her way to the Democratic Nomination and despite Donald Trump’s continued rise in the poll’s…He is not expected to win the Republican nomination for President…

The hypothetical contest stands at 46-43 percent, Clinton-Trump, a gap that’s within the survey’s margin of sampling error. That compares to a clear Clinton lead among all adults, 51-39 percent, indicating her broad support in groups that are less apt to be registered to vote, such as young adults and racial and ethnic minorities.

The close result in this poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, says as much about partisanship as it does about the candidates. Registered voters divide 45-40 percent between identifying themselves as Democrats, or leaning that way, vs. Republicans or GOP leaners. And 82 percent of leaned Democrats say they’d support Clinton, while 76 percent of leaned Republicans say they’d back Trump, were they the party nominees.

That said, Trump also is tapping factors including discontent with the political system, anti-immigration attitudes and dissatisfaction with the Obama administration. He leads Clinton by a broad 64-25 percent among registered voters who prefer a candidate from outside the political establishment and by 49-38 percent among those who strongly distrust politicians.

Trump also leads Clinton by 73-14 percent among those who favor his controversial views on immigration, 74-13 percent among those who disapprove of President Obama’s job performance, 68-22 percent among political conservatives and 52-36 percent among whites, a broadly pro-GOP group in recent years. (They favored Mitt Romney over Obama by 20 percentage points in 2012.) Among evangelical white Protestants, a core GOP group, Trump leads Clinton by 67-22 percent.

This analysis is the first slice of a new ABC/Post poll on the 2016 election. More detailed results on the primaries, views of candidate attributes and attitudes about the political system overall will be released Monday morning.

There are some important provisos in evaluating these results. Early polls are not predictive. They seek to measure preferences if the election were today, but the election is not today, and if it were, voters would have had a full campaign’s worth of information on which to base their choices – including whether to vote in the first place….


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Daily Kos Morning Digest 9/11/15…. Why Wall Street is throwing a New Jersey conservative under the bus

Reposted from Daily Kos Elections by Jeff Singer

Rep. Scott Garret (R-NJ)

attribution: Gage Skidmore/Creative Commons
GOP Rep. Scott Garrett

Leading Off: NJ-05: GOP Rep. Scott Garrett usually hauls in big donations from corporate America, but they’ve soured on him lately. Garrett voted against re-electing John Boehner as speaker in January, and his opposition to the Export-Import Bank also did not put him on Wall Street’s good side. The final nail in the coffin may have been a Politico report describing how Garrett refused to donate to the NRCC over their support for gay candidates. Major Wall Street donors canceled a fundraiser for Garrett after the news broke, and Bloomberg Politics reports that some of them are helping his Democratic opponent Josh Gottheimer.

Gottheimer, a former aide to both Clintons, was already raising real money before this, but he’s been getting an influx of cash recently. Top executives from AT&T and JPMorgan Chase will host a breakfast for Gottheimer, and he may be one of the rare Democrats to earn the support of the deep-pocked U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is not happy with Garrett’s record and they’re willing to help Democrats whom they see as pro-business. Garrett’s team is still reaching out to financial lobbyists to get them to attend his fundraisers and he should still bring in the money he’ll need to advertise in this expensive seat, but it sounds like Gottheimer will have the resources he’ll need. Romney carried this North Jersey seat 51 to 48, but Democratic Sen. Cory Booker narrowly won it 50 to 49 last year….


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Denmark stops using police to corral migrants…

For the past week scene’s of police corralling migrants from Syria and other Middle Eastern countries fleeing the chaos and blood letting in their countries played across the media of the world…

The same Europe that had it’s citizens migrate OUT from the war machine in German and then in Russia had it’s military and cops trying to stop people seeking the same them those in power’s families did a half a century ago…

One had to know the fences, the cops and other stop gap measure would not play well in the body public…

Danish police will no longer attempt to restrict the movement of refugees flooding into the country as the number of people crossing into Denmark rose to more than 3,000 in less than a week.
The Danish National Police said in a statement Thursday it doesn’t have the manpower to handle the influx nor the legal authority, noting that many of those coming simply want to travel through Denmark to Sweden or other countries.

“We can’t detain foreigners who aren’t seeking asylum,” Jens Henrik Hoejbjerg, chief of police, said, adding that the police would continue to assist those seeking asylum in Denmark.

A few hundred more refugees crossed into Denmark on Wednesday evening, bringing the total of those who have arrived since Sunday to about 3,200, police said. Officials on Wednesday halted trains, ferry lines from Germany and shut stretches of highway along the German border to control the inflow of refugees and migrants. Danish train operator DSB said train services were partially restored Thursday.
Those entering Denmark probably can’t return to their own countries, and police can’t hold them for an undetermined length of time, Hoejbjerg said. “There is no other option than we let them go and so we cannot stop them from traveling wherever they want,” he said…


Swedes are also risking their freedom. In the past week, police there have arrested 16 people for trying to smuggle refugees across the Oeresund bridge from Denmark, Skaane police spokesman Lars Foerstell said by phone.

They face a maximum of six years in prison.

Northbound Refugees

After years of friction at Europe’s southern front, with debt-strapped Italy and Greece buckling under the influx of immigrants, similar tensions are now starting to play out in the continent’s most prosperous north. As thousands flee Syria’s civil war or unrest in Afghanistan, their numbers are adding to the steady flow of traditional migrants from the Middle East, Africa or Kosovo. They head for Germany and then make their way on to Scandinavia. Their trip across Europe will typically have taken them through the Balkans, Hungary and Austria….


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Hillary says ‘Sorry’ on the private email server….

The ex-Sec of State finally gives people what they want….

Contrition on the email story…

She use of private email is exactly what other’s have done…

But her use of a private server….Which she no longer possesses…Was something that has hurt her, even though it was something she had done to protect her…

She has been slow to realize that she CANNOT afford to hang tough on this anymore…

Unlike in the 2008 race…She is bending…..Something is loath to do….

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said in an interview Tuesday that she was “sorry” for using a private email account while secretary of State.

“It was above board. But in retrospective, certainly, as I look back at it now — even though it was allowed — I should have used two accounts, one for personal, one for work-related emails,” Clinton told ABC News’s “David Muir” for the interview aired Tuesday evening.

“That was a mistake. I’m sorry about that. I take responsibility. And I’m trying to be as transparent as I possibly can to not only release 55,000 pages of my emails, turn over my server, but I am looking forward, finally, to testifying before Congress,” Clinton said.

“Did you make a mistake?” Muir asked again to clarify her use of the word.

“I did, I did. As I said, it was allowed, and there was no hiding it. It was totally above-board. Everybody in the government I communicated with — and that was a lot of people — knew I was using a personal email,” she said. “But I’m sorry that it has raised all of these questions. I do take responsibility for … what is clearly not the best decision.”

ABC News earlier Tuesday released an 8-second video clip of Clinton saying she made a “mistake” and was “sorry,” but it was unclear the question posed to her or the context of her remarks….


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The Pope will preach climate change, economic inequality and immigration reform in America…

Does that mean that he isn’t a Republican?

While stance on abortion might fit in with the GOP….

A LOT of other things don’t….

The anti-Donald Trump is coming to town. And he speaks Spanish, too.
When Pope Francis addresses Congress later this month, U.S. Catholic leaders expect the popular, groundbreaking pontiff to call on Americans to set aside their political divisions and unite to tackle challenges such as climate change, economic inequality and immigration reform.

It’s a message that could offer Washington a temporary respite from months of bitter clashes in Congress and on the 2016 campaign trail, where, propelled by Trump’s forceful language, ideas such as mass deportations and border walls are all the rage. And both Republicans and Democrats will likely be on their best behavior during Francis’s visit (“This is not an opportunity for taunting,” a Democratic campaign official said. Trump’s team had no comment.)

The pope’s handlers insist he’s coming as a pastor, not a politician, but there’s no question Francis’ visit will carry political overtones, especially on immigration, where he could provide the most forceful counterpoint to Trump so far.

“This is not a political trip as much as it is a religious trip, however, to deny the political consequences would be naive,”


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White House Looking to provide help for Arab refugee crisis in Europe…

Is President Obama looking for trouble?

While offering the help IS the right thing to do?

Domestic politics may get very crazed over any attempt to bring more people here, or sending money to Europe over this…(Which should have been forseen years ago when the West got involved with Iraq, Syria and other Middel eastern countries)

Donald Trump is ranting about Mexican’s….

Efforts to increase the numbers of Middle Eastern Arabs should make just about EVERBODY mad here…..

The ant-immiagration right and other Lation’s and Asian’s that are waiting to get into THIS country….

And there is also the specter of terrorism…..

In some places, such as Hungary, the refugees have been rebuffed, while other nations, especially Germany, have welcomed them. After some resistance, Britain announced Monday that it would take 20,000 refugees over the next five years. France, meanwhile, said it would take 24,000 under a European Union plan to divide up the responsibility for the migrants.

Increasingly, however, activists are calling on the United States to take in more refugees as well. In a statement last week, the International Rescue Committee said a recent commitment by the United States to accept between 5,000 and 8,000 Syrian refugees next year “can only be a first step.” It also pointed out that “In almost five years of war, the United States has resettled a mere 1,541 Syrian refugees” to its shores.

Boogaard noted that the U.S. “has provided over $4 billion in humanitarian assistance since the Syrian crisis began, and over $1 billion in assistance this year. The U.S. is the single largest donor to the Syrian crisis.”

It was not clear whether the Obama administration will decide to give more money, accept more refugees, or take a multi-pronged approach if it chooses to respond to the call by refugee advocates…..


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Colin Powell admits to using personal email within the State Dept.

It seems that just about ALL of the former Sec of State’s did what Hillary Clinton did in email usage…

Even the Republican ones….

“I had a secure State Department machine for secure material and I had a laptop that I could use for email. I would email relatives, friends, but I would also email in the department,” Powell explained on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

“But it was mostly housekeeping stuff — what’s the status of this paper, what’s going on here.”

Powell, a Republican who served in the George W. Bush administration, has spoken before about his two computers, and said he wrote an entire chapter about it in his book.


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36 States have NOT changed who they vote for President for a Long Time…

Some state’s are CAN be counted Democratic or Republican from the jump for 2016….

THAT favor’s the Democrats….

Three-dozen states across all regions of the country are in the midst of their longest ever Democratic or GOP winning streaks in presidential elections

republicanlogo20Earlier this summer, Smart Politics issued a report demonstrating how presidential electoral maps are currently in a historic holding pattern.

The 2012 presidential map recorded the lowest ever rate of statewide cycle-to-cycle partisan change in the two-party era and the nation is also currently in the midst of its lowest rates of change in its electoral maps across the last three-, four-, five-, six-, seven-, eight-, and nine-cycle periods.

With historically few states flipping back and forth between their partisan preferences in presidential races, political parties are starting to rack up an impressive array of statewide winning streaks as a result.

Thirty-six of them, to be precise…..


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Maybe Hillary’s emails aren’t that bad for her after all?

So far the FBI is looking at who could have sent classified email’s TO HER….

There have been less than  100 files that have been classified SINCE they where discovered having gone thru the Sec of State’s email…

And there have been a LOT of emails that show Hillary Clinton as, well….A human being try to get thru her life with all the little problems that you and I have….Up to now?

Her main issue has been why didn’t she just get all the email stuff out in the open, which is something the Clinton’s instinctively do NOT do…

She NOW has her stuff now being released every month….

Showing the human side of Hillary Clinton, the women a lot of people don’t trust….

Are the Republican’s gonna regret all this email’s carrying on down the road?

Is it possible server-gate will achieve the opposite of what Republicans want and make Hillary Clinton seem more personable—and popular? So far, at least, the emails released this week seem to evoke less a Foggy Bottom Machiavelli at work than a fairly ordinary (if entitled) person, always in a hurry, who relies on her aides for just about everything.

In various emails Clinton wants to know the schedule not of Benghazi cover-up meetings but that of her favorite TV shows; rather than asking aides to stonewall Congress, she wants them to procure skim milk for her tea. (Oh, and “pls remtind [sic] me to bring more tea cups from home,” adds the most powerful diplomat in the United States.) Finally—in what must be an attempt to secretly exert her influence in Washington—Hillary Clinton orders that she and her staff stay home on snow days.

If Clinton’s long-running problem until now is that the public mistrusts her—and the revelations about her private email server have only exacerbated this mistrust—the emails themselves appear to leave the opposite impression. They are, for the most part, utterly mundane, the chatter of daily diplomatic life at a high stratum of society and, all in all, prosaic rather than pernicious. If there’s plotting going on, it isn’t happening here—either that or Hillary Clinton has developed a very clever code. Does “bring some skim milk” really mean “destroy the documents”?

To be sure, the Clinton camp would like nothing better than to convey the idea that the email trove not only exonerates her but makes her look likeable. (“What dark secrets are in Clinton’s emails? She works from home on snow days, for one,” tweeted the pro-Clinton Super PAC Correct the Record.)….


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Europe is gonna have to deal with the its migrant problem…

It’s NOT gonna go away just  with fences ….

The movement of hundreds of thousands of displaced adults and children, dying for freedom from the conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa, is focusing media attention on the politicians of Europe unable to deal with the situation…


Unable to grasp the concept that they MUST figure out a way to stop the unnecessary deaths in a humane way….Cops and Troops will NOT stop things…

Desperate migrants poured into the Keleti train station in Budapest on Thursday morning but were prevented from traveling to Germany as Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, said that the migration crisis was a “German problem” and that Europe had a moral duty to tell migrants not to come.

The comments by Mr. Orban, and the scenes of chaos at Keleti, which has emerged as a potent symbol of Europe’s struggle to come to terms with the migration crisis, highlighted Europe’s lack of preparedness to cope with an influx of migrants from Africa, the Middle East and elsewhere.

In recent days, more than 2,000 migrants waited outside the 19th-century station, stranded after perilous journeys that many had hoped would end in Germany, the favored destination….


In a dramatic sign that Europe’s fast-mounting refugee crisis may be set to get even worse, Hungary’s far-right leader told asylum-seekers Thursday to stay away from Europe and vowed to crack down on the thousands of migrants who are crossing into his country every day.

The harsh comments following emergency meetings with European Union leaders in Brussels came as thousands of asylum-seekers rushed Budapest’s central train station, desperate to move onward from squalid conditions but frightened that Hungarian authorities were laying a trap.

Hungary’s leaders have taken the hardest stance against the refugees, constructing a 108-mile razor-wire fence along their border and warning that Europe’s Christian future is at stake. The ballooning crisis has stunned Europe….


Europe is coping with an enormous human wave of refugees, many of them from Syria, and images of recent days have shown people struggling through gaps in border fences, sleeping in train stations or trudging wearily through fields. And the world was horrified last week by news that the decomposing bodies of 71 migrants had been found in a truck on a roadside in Austria, apparently suffocated.

But even against this backdrop of dramatic suffering, the dead toddler’s photo struck a nerve — and ignited debate over whether the grim and graphic photos should have been published online and in print. Passions were particularly strong in Europe, which is struggling to deal with the human tide of refugees and migrants, and in Britain, which has taken in a tiny fraction of those being welcomed by other wealthy nations such as Germany and Sweden….



A friend of mine has said…’Just send them back!….’

As in America….

That is NOT gonna be the solution….

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President Obama secures the Senate votes to get Iran deal….

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md) says she will back the president’s nuclear deal.

She is the 34th Senator to do so, insuring that Republicans cannot overide the President’s veto of their vote against the deal…There are now efforts to get 41 Senate votes…To block Republican efforts from even shaving a disapporoval resolution approved at all….

President Obama gets ANOTHER historic feat….

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) announced Wednesday that she would back President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran — becoming the 34th vote in the Senate in favor of the agreement and ensuring that the accord will be protected from attempts to kill it in Congress.
“No deal is perfect, especially one negotiated with the Iranian regime,” Mikulski said. “I have concluded that this Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is the best option available to block Iran from having a nuclear bomb. For these reasons, I will vote in favor of this deal. However, Congress must also reaffirm our commitment to the safety and security of Israel.”

The administration needed to prevent opponents of the Iran deal from reaching a two-thirds majority to override a presidential veto of legislation scuttling the deal. But the momentum to preserve the Iran accord has shifted dramatically in favor of Obama — with backers of the agreement now focusing on securing 41 votes in favor of the nuclear accord to prevent a resolution of disapproval from ever reaching Obama’s desk.



New York Senator Chuck Schumer can smile to himself….

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Kanye West for President in 2020…

Why Not?

If Ronald Reagan got the job…

And Donald Trump is running for the job…

Why not West?

Kanye West is no stranger to shocking MTV Video Music Awards appearances, but his speech during Sunday night’s 2015 VMAs took a wildly unexpected turn when the rapper announced his intention to run for president of the United States.

Wrapping up an off-the-cuff and sometimes-rambling speech while accepting the Video Vanguard award at the music channel’s annual show, West said to cheers from the crowd, “I have decided in 2020 to run for president.”

Last year, West told his more than 14 million Twitter followers he was supporting “the Democratic ticket” in the midterm elections.



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MoveOn going after Schumer on his anti-Iran deal vote….

The effort will be wasted money…

New York Democratic Senator Chuck is only going to worry about his base in Brooklyn….Which is why he’ll vote against the deal knowing it WILL go thru and his base had him ‘do the right thing’ in their eyes….

Schumer will also go on to lead the Senate come January 20017….

Other politician’s KNOW why Schumer is voting the way he is…They understand and won’t hold it against him….

MoveOn wants to get New Yorkers moving against Sen. Chuck Schumer, their senior senator and the highest-ranking Democrat to oppose the controversial nuclear agreement.
According to details shared first with POLITICO, the liberal advocacy organization’s political action arm will next week launch a member-backed mobile billboard, dubbed the “SchumerMobile,” that will drive around New York City for five days in an attempt to publicly admonish Schumer and other Democrats who are pondering how they will vote next month on the resolution.


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