Posted by: maboulette | May 3, 2016



So your father gave you $1 million in order to use it as a “stake” to start building your own wealth – so what exactly did you do with that first million?  Be specific please!

During the course of your adult life you had 4 bankruptcies and various business failures – what were the failures and bankruptcies on;

Why won’t you reveal your tax returns so the public can see how much you donated to Democrats– Specifically Sec. Hillary Clinton?

Is it true that you imported 2 of your 3 wives from overseas with one of them on a “model” visa?  Is it true that you dumped your second wife only days before your prenuptial agreement could hurt your wallet?

Why do you prefer to do interviews over the phone when other candidates do their interviews in person?

Many say that you do not have the manners, quality and character to be president of the United States and Commander-in-Chief – is there any truth to this statement? Also define manners, quality and character.

You told an interviewer that because of your training in Military School you are fit to be Commander-in-Chief.  So is it true that you were sent to Military School after assaulting a school teacher?

You believe that you are keeping this election season “classy” but how can you keep it classy when many Americans believe you are lacking in character, quality, a bit crazy and have no class and manners;

What was the University you ran and why are their allegations of fraud How many former students are currently suing you?


Talk to us about the economy and the biggest problem capitalism currently has?

Do you believe that fans of yours rioting in the streets will help your campaign;

If you take away Obamacare (it is a law and it will be hard to stop it) will leave millions again with no insurance – exactly what would you replace this insurance with;

About the wall on our southern border, everyone wants to know how you are going to get this done and how you are going to get Mexico to pay for this project?

What is the empty jewelry box scam?

 If you lose this election you have stated that you will leave this country – still feel that way?

Thank you so much for your time!


Posted by: maboulette | May 2, 2016



It must be really tough on George Will having someone like Trump crapping all over the party George Will spent decades building  up.  Actually it is probably a horrifying experience.

If Trump is nominated, conservatives would have 2 tasks.  One would be to help Trump lose 50 states – punishment for his complete distain for conservative basics, including grace and manners.

And number 2, conservatives can try to save from the anti-Trump undertow as many senators, representatives, governors and state legislators as possible.

George Will is all about “grace and manners”, so the idea of a thug leading the party of the sainted Ronald Reagan really must be bothering Will giving him that feeling you get right before you are about to vomit.

Trump would be the nominee that is most unpopular, and won’t even come close to Mitt Romney’s insufficient support among minorities, women and young people.  By losing disastrously, Trump probably would create down-ballot carnage that is enough to end even Republican control of the House.  Ticket splitting is becoming rare. In 2012, only 5.7% of voters supported a presidential candidate and a congressional candidate of opposite parties.

George Will might actually see the apocalypse looming over the GOP.  Trump’s damage to the Republican Party, although already extensive, has barely begun.  Republican traitors will multiply, slinking into aiding the most anti-conservative presidential aspirant in their party’s history.  These collaborationists will render themselves ineligible to participate in the party’s reconstruction.

In other word, the GOP civil war is fixin’s to commence – guns are loaded and aimed at Fort Sumter.  And the only way it can end is after Hillary’s March to the Sea in November.

So my advice to everyone – get lots of popcorn for the debates – fall is going to be such fun.

Oh, by the way – Trump has often said that he could be a good Commander in Chief because of his time in military school.

Well, I got curious and did some research- Trump was sent to military school because he assaulted a school teacher. I will be writing more about this later.



Posted by: maboulette | May 1, 2016



On Friday Trump vetoed the idea that he will need a united party to win the White House this fall, criticizing his conservative critics and his current and former rivals while speaking to party activists at the California Republican Party convention.

According to the New York Times Trump said “Folks I’m a conservative but at this point, who cares?  We got to straighten out the country.”

Trump’s talk came just after he was forced to leave his motorcade traipse through a field before climbing over an embankment with his Secret Service agents after protesters had blocked his motorcade.

Once in the ballroom the GOP front-runner spoke more about his disinterest in healing the Republican Party than about California and the June 7 primary, the Times reported and he included a huge amount of mocking at his rivals as ”disgusting”, dumb, and losers.

But even though he seemed to be impatient about having to get along with his critics, he predicted that “ideally” they would come together.  He then stated that he thought he would win “even if we are not together.  There are some people I honestly do not want their endorsement.”

I wonder how he thinks he is going to get the 2 million votes that he has already lost in the primary.

On to another point, Trump said that “there should be and there has to be unity,” and added, “Would I win, can I win without it?  I think so.”

His closest rival, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and former candidate Jeb Bush met with the most scorn.  He also mocked Cruz’s running mate, Carly Fiorina, as having “no votes’ when she dropped her own bid, said he doesn’t care if Bush endorses him, and also ridiculed his other rival, Ohio Gov. John Kasich for the way he eats.

OMG, this is just who we need to be president!  Does he know anything about the political process in our country? Is he really this arrogant?  Didn’t all his Daddy’s money and military school teach him anything?  I bet that he doesn’t even know that if by some remote chance he should win – that all his wealth and holdings are put into a “blind trust” so that he and his family cannot use or manage his money and companies the entire time he is in office

And could someone tell him how stupid he looks in a thousand dollar suit and that stupid looking red cap.







Posted by: maboulette | May 1, 2016



Politico’s Ben White wrote in an opinion piece running Saturday that Donald Trump could become the “most toxic Republican nominee” since Barry Goldwater and will likely also go down in defeat as Goldwater did in 1964. 

“There is very little reason to think the current picture – a very big Clinton win – will change very much between now and November,” says White, who is the chief economic correspondent for Politico as well as a contributor to CNBC.  

“The GOP with Trump on the top of the ticket will probably go down to a Goldwater-type defeat and once again the Republican Party will have to try and reinvent itself at the presidential level.” 

One reason is that Trump supporters believe that Trump could swing blue states such as New York, Massachusetts, and California away from Clinton and then run strong in the Midwest, but Trump’s negative personal rating overall is about 10 points higher than Clinton’s. 

Clinton’s hold on the women vote, could put red states into play.  Such as Arizona where she got about the same amount of votes in the primary.  She got more votes in Georgia, Arkansas and Louisiana and even Bernie Sanders got more votes than Trump.  Overall, Clinton has 12 million primary votes, compared to 10 million of Trump. 

Even worse for Donald is the fact that 70 percent of women have a negative view of him, compared to 45 percent for Clinton and in various matchups, Clinton is ahead of Trump by 58% to 31%. 

In the 2012 race, President Barack Obama won 12 percent of the female vote with women accounting for 53 percent of the overall electorate.  If Clinton doubles that gap, “Trump’s lead by white males will just not matter.”  But instead of running a smart campaign working to narrow that gap, Trump has made fun of Clinton playing the “woman card” giving Clinton ammunition against him in the demographic where the Clinton camp is giving contributors plastic “women cards”. 

Additionally, he won large in primaries in several blue states, such a New York, but there, he won 500,000 votes compared to 1 million for Clinton – so he won’t be able to turn that state red.  Clinton was a good Senator for New York and they like her. 

On to California’s primary – even if he wins by a large margin, Clinton still leads him by 30 points there currently.

Posted by: maboulette | April 29, 2016


FOX's "American Idol" Finale For The Farewell Season - Show

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 07: American Idol past winners and finalists perform together onstage during FOX’s “American Idol” Finale For The Farewell Season at Dolby Theatre on April 7, 2016 in Hollywood, California. at Dolby Theatre on April 7, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

The production company behind American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance, Core Media Group, has filed for protection of bankruptcy citing Idol’s falling ratings and money it owes show creator Simon Fuller, among other factors.

Simon Fuller

Fuller, the company’s top unsecured creditor, needs to be paid $3.37 million, according to the Hollywood Reporter. In the Chapter 11 filing, Core says it owes $398 million to third parties, including Tannenbaum Capital Partners and Crestview Media Investors.

Decline in ratings

“Despite its long-running success, however, the company has recently experienced deterioration in its financial performance, primarily attributable to the decline in ratings for American Idol and the corresponding decline in revenue from IDOLS related fees for broadcast, international sale of tapes for rebroadcasts, touring fees, sponsorship and IDOLS related merchandise sales,” according to a court filing.

In 2014, earnings from IDOL decreased $15 million, and total revenue dropped $35.6 million in the first half of 2015, according to the Reporter.

My opinion is that The Voice is a much better show and it just knocked out American Idol.


Posted by: maboulette | April 27, 2016



The GOP frontrunner went five for five Tuesday night, but he’s no ‘presumptive nominee’—far from it, argue his conservative foes, whose cause is looking bleak. Clinton when 4 out of 5.

Donald Trump won five primaries by double digits in one fell swoop—but leaders in #NeverTrump say it’s only a flesh wound.

Trump’s loosely organized opponents have long said they expected the mogul to do well in the April 26 primaries, in what sounds a bit like a Marco Rubio-esque effort to lower expectations. But now they face a uniquely daunting task: arguing that Trump’s five-for-five night is just a bump in the road and that rumors of his momentum are greatly exaggerated. Trump’s sweep—including in four states with primaries that only allowed registered Republicans to participate—will likely make their case increasingly difficult.

Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware could have held promise for Trump’s Republican opponents, Ted Cruz and John Kasich.

Kasich was born in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, and is the governor of Ohio, a state that borders Pennsylvania and shares similar economic and demographic features.

And the Keystone State has the potential to be competitive in November, as Mitt Romney only lost it in 2012 by five percentage points. Statewide, its voters favor moderate and mild-mannered Republicans, including Sen. Pat Toomey, who drew conservative ire in 2013 by pushing for stricter regulations on gun purchases.

And yet Pennsylvania went for Trump. Trump Wins In Pennsylvania, But Delegates Are Still A Wild Card

In Maryland, NBC News exit polling indicates that moderates helped Trump to a win, even though the state’s popular Republican governor, Larry Hogan, has hinted he wouldn’t vote for Trump if he’s the nominee. CBS exit polling found that Trump did about as well with moderates Republicans in Connecticut as he did with conservative and very conservative Republicans there.

But Trump’s top foes say none of this discourages them.

Quin Hillyer, a longtime conservative columnist and activist who supports the #NeverTrump movement, described the mogul’s wins as a “slight disappointment.

“This is simple arithmetic,” he said. “This is not some mythical momentum. This is nuts and bolts, and the nuts and bolts favor people who are organized. Trump is not organized.”

By “nuts and bolts,” Hillyer was referring to activists’ efforts to keep Trump from winning the 1,237 delegates necessary to secure the party’s nomination easily this summer. And Katie Packer, who chairs the anti-Trump Our Principles PAC, said a convention tumult is all but guaranteed.

“There’s just no merit to the argument that Mother Jones or any of these other media types are making, that we’re gonna have to give it to him—there’s no mechanism for giving it to him if he gets close,” she said. “There’s no Republican illuminati that sits behind the stage and says, ‘Well he got 1,150, I guess we’ll just make him the nominee.’”

Likewise, Deborah DeMoss Fonseca, a spokeswoman for the group Conservatives Against Trump, said Tuesday night’s result changes nothing. Members of that group, including some top social conservatives, still plan to try to mobilize their people against Trump.

Trump, meanwhile, doesn’t sound too stressed.

“I consider myself the presumptive nominee, absolutely,” he told reporters after results rolled in.

For the time being, his foes will politely disagree.



Posted by: maboulette | April 26, 2016


Charles Koch stated on ABC’s This Week Sunday that he despises his own creation: The Republican party that spawned Donald Trump. 

Charles Koch says he won’t “put a penny” into trying to stop Donald Trump, that there are “terrible role models” among the remaining Republican presidential candidates, and that his massive political network may decide to sit out of the presidential race entirely.

“These personal attacks and pitting one person against the other—that’s the message you’re sending the country,” Koch said in an exclusive interview with ABC News that aired Sunday. “You’re role models and you’re terrible role models. So how—I don’t know how we could support ’em.” […]

“We haven’t put a penny in any of these campaigns, pro or con,” Koch said. “That’s not what we do. What we’re trying to do is build alliances to make the country better.”

Koch also said that he and his brother will be missing the Republican convention because they are “not interested in politics,” and are just “interested in moving us towards a culture and policies that will enable people to improve lives.” He also said that he and his brother are totally open to supporting Democrats. “We’re not for somebody because they’re Republican or against them because they are Democrat.” Maybe it’s just that Republicans are so much easier to buy. Of course there’s also the problem of convincing Democrats of the Koch vision for making the country better and improving lives. 

That was apparent when Koch gave a sort of backhanded endorsement of Hillary Clinton over Trump and Cruz, saying “it’s possible” Clinton would be a better alternative as president. Clinton immediately responded on Twitter, writing she is “not interested in endorsements from people who deny climate science and try to make it harder for people to vote.”


Posted by: maboulette | April 26, 2016


clinton sanders

Only a few months and we will all be heading into a voting booth to cast our vote for the next President of the United States.  Like so many of you, I have spent this primary observing the candidates and the parties, and what they believe in.

It’s been a difficult period for the Republicans.  They are trying to figure out what they are standing for – whether they will be the party of building walls and surveilling neighborhoods, or whether they will be the party that enshrines our laws with discrimination in them.

But there is good news for Democrats as they know (finally) what they believe.  Climate change is real and a lot needs to be done about it. They believe in raising the minimum wage and that women should be paid the same as men for doing the same job.  They believe that our laws should be treated with respect and dignity – no matter their religion or race, gender or sexual orientation.

There are 2 fine Democratic candidates who, no matter their differences, share the same set of core beliefs that defines their party.  And in November we need to make certain that one of them becomes the next president.

Right now the things we need to be doing is supporting the person who we want to be the next president. You need to help in any way we can – going door to door, donating money to the campaign, writing articles, watching every debate and little things that you can do to ensure your favor candidate eventually get elected.

The Republican have made a mess with their party standing against our current president.  Basically  Congress for the late 7 years has gotten nothing done for our country.  The only person who has made any difference in our country and our lives is our President so we need to elect someone who can keep things going in the direction President Obama has taken us.

So get involved – we are one of the only countries where people are able to do that.



Posted by: maboulette | April 25, 2016


clinton sanders

BREAKING: The Sanders and Clinton campaigns unite to SUE Arizona for voter suppression

Click here to stand with them and DEMAND Arizona dismantle its voter suppression laws →


FIRST: Arizona’s Democratic primary saw voters waiting in line for HOURS just to cast a vote

THEN: The Department of Justice launched a federal investigation to figure out what went wrong

NOW: Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have joined together to SUE the state of Arizona and demand a restoration of voter rights

The Republican-controlled state legislature in Arizona has been passing measures to make it harder to vote.

One of those measures included slashing the number of polling places in Democratic-leaning regions by up to 70%.

Fortunately, our presidential candidates are taking a unified stand against GOP-backed voter suppression and standing up for voting rights.

Add your name right now to stand with Bernie and Hillary AGAINST voter suppression →

In Maricopa County, Arizona’s largest, polling sites were cut to just 60 from 200. Maricopa County leans Democratic and saw some of the longest lines at polling sites in the primary. In Phoenix, there was just one polling place for every 108,000 voters.

To make matters worse, CNN reports that voters complained after being told that they couldn’t vote because they were registered as Independents.

Voter suppression exists because Republican voters consistently turn out to vote for right-wing politicians who manipulate the system to keep themselves in power.

That’s why we need to stand with Bernie and Hillary as they fight for voters’ rights.  This is not a one party issue – should be involving both major parties.

Click the link below today to stand with Bernie and Hillary and demand that Arizona dismantle its voter suppression laws:

Thanks for adding your voice,

Posted by: maboulette | April 25, 2016


Ted Cruz

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks at the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Legislative Conference and Presidential Forum in Washington, Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)


Sen. Ted Cruz’s campaign published a statement Sunday night announcing the Republican presidential candidate will focus his efforts on New Mexico and Oregon.

They stated that having Donald Trump at the top of the ticket in November would be a sure disaster for Republicans.

The statement said. “To ensure that we nominate a Republican who can unify the Republican Party for a win in November, our campaign will focus its time and resources in Indiana and in turn clear the path for Gov. Kasich to compete in Oregon and New Mexico and we would hope that allies of both campaigns would follow our lead”.  The Ohio governor’s campaign confirmed Kasich is ceding Indiana to Cruz and refocusing efforts in New Mexico.

The only things they are really doing is making it easy for Hillary Clinton to become this first woman President of the United States.  They don’t know how smart Hillary is and in a debate between her and Trump – no contest.


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