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Trump Tosses BLM Heckler From Alabama Rally: 'Get Him the Hell Out of Here!'

During a rally today in Birmingham, AL, Donald Trump told security to get a Black Lives Matter protester "the hell out of here."

The African-American protester disrupted Trump during his speech, pulling off a sweatshirt to reveal a "Black Lives Matter" t-shirt and heckling the Republican candidate....

http://insider.foxnews.com/2015/11/21/do...l-out-here

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^This was so good, I posted it on Fagbook. I rarely post anything on Fagbook. Big Grin

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(2015 Nov 24 00:51)Temnozor Wrote:  ^This was so good, I posted it on Fagbook. I rarely post anything on Fagbook. Big Grin

That was pretty good I agree.

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'Trump’s Approach Is More Like Reagan’s Than You Might Think'

Wednesday night’s presidential debate is at the Reagan Presidential Library, which means that candidates are going to feel obliged to mention Ronald Reagan — a lot. In 2011, candidates running for the G.O.P. nomination gathered at the same library, in Simi Valley, Calif., for the fourth debate in that contest. The eight candidates mentioned Mr. Reagan 24 times — roughly once every five minutes over all.
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Tonight is likely to be similar, but already people are pointing out the differences between this year’s leader in the polls, Donald Trump, and the man for whom the library is named. Although there are notable differences between the two candidates, there are a fair number of similarities, including some of their rhetoric. Mr. Trump may be more like Mr. Reagan than people realize.

It is true that Mr. Reagan’s style of communicating was very different from Mr. Trump’s, but the approach of their campaigns may not be as different as people may remember. Mr. Reagan did more than just focus on bringing people together to build a better America. And despite conventional wisdom that he never attacked a fellow Republican, Mr. Reagan hit Gerald Ford repeatedly and with vigor during the 1976 primary contest. Like Mr. Trump, Mr. Reagan attacked his opponents and pointed out their weaknesses.

Mr. Reagan referred to the nation’s condition in 1980 as a “human tragedy” and called his opponent’s plan a “crazy quilt” of election year promises. From time to time, he used a tag line that Mr. Trump has made his own: “Make America great again.”

Here’s an example from a stump speech Mr. Reagan gave on Sept. 1, 1980, at Liberty State Park in Jersey City:

Call this human tragedy whatever you want. Whatever it is, it is Jimmy Carter’s. He caused it. He tolerates it. And he is going to answer to the American people for it.

Last week, more than three years after he became president, he finally came up with what he calls a new economic program.

With two months to go until the election he rides to the rescue now with a crazy-quilt of obvious election-year promises which he’ll ask Congress for — next year. After three years of neglect, the misery of unemployment, inflation, high taxes, dwindling earning power and inability to save — after all this, American workers have now been discovered by this administration.

Well, it won’t work. It is cynical. It is political. And it is too late. The damage is done, and every American family knows who did it.

Let us pledge to each other, with this Great Lady looking on, that we can, and so help us God, we will make America great again.

It is easy to remember the manner and polish that defined Mr. Reagan as a communicator and forget that his campaign speeches and advertisements were often pointed and cutting.

Perhaps the best example of how style can change the impression people get from a candidate comes from Mr. Reagan’s performance in a 1984 debate in Kansas City, Mo. When Henry Trewhitt of The Baltimore Sun asked Mr. Reagan whether his age would interfere with his ability to carry out a successful second term (he was, at the time, the oldest president in history), Mr. Reagan, who was running against a much younger Walter Mondale, replied:

I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent’s youth and inexperience. If I still have time, I might add, Mr. Trewhitt, I might add that it was Seneca or it was Cicero, I don’t know which, that said, “If it was not for the elders correcting the mistakes of the young, there would be no state.”

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It’s different on a number of levels from Mr. Trump saying, “Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that face?” in referring to Carly Fiorina. But in his typical manner, Mr. Reagan poked at Mr. Mondale on a personal trait — his age — and made it seem charming, not caustic. Of course it was also funny, since Mr. Mondale was 56 in 1984.

All serious candidates attack their opponents to draw distinctions that they think will matter to voters, Mr. Trump and Mr. Reagan included. Maybe the main difference between the rhetorical styles of these two candidates is how they see themselves in their plans to make things better. Mr. Trump’s use of the slogan “Make America Great Again” clearly implies that he is the one who will make it great. For Mr. Reagan, it was a joint effort. “That we can, and so help us God that we will, make America great again,” he said.

The difference between “he” and “we” may be what makes many people remember Mr. Reagan fondly and makes some react to Mr. Trump with apprehension.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/17/upshot....html?_r=0

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Trump said 1000s of Muslims cheered 9/11 looking on from New Jersey.



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'Donald Trump on terrorists: 'Take out their families''

Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would kill the families of terrorists in order to win the fight against ISIS.

The billionaire businessman was asked by the hosts of Fox News' "Fox and Friends" how to fight ISIS but also minimize civilian causalities when terrorists often use human shields.

"The other thing with the terrorists is you have to take out their families, when you get these terrorists, you have to take out their families. They care about their lives, don't kid yourself. When they say they don't care about their lives, you have to take out their families," Trump said.

Trump said he would "knock the hell out of" ISIS, and criticized the U.S. for "fighting a very politically correct war."

http://www.cnn.com/2015/12/02/politics/d...index.html

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(2015 Dec 03 18:49)Blackthorne Wrote:  'Donald Trump on terrorists: 'Take out their families''

Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would kill the families of terrorists in order to win the fight against ISIS.

The billionaire businessman was asked by the hosts of Fox News' "Fox and Friends" how to fight ISIS but also minimize civilian causalities when terrorists often use human shields.

"The other thing with the terrorists is you have to take out their families, when you get these terrorists, you have to take out their families. They care about their lives, don't kid yourself. When they say they don't care about their lives, you have to take out their families," Trump said.

Trump said he would "knock the hell out of" ISIS, and criticized the U.S. for "fighting a very politically correct war."

http://www.cnn.com/2015/12/02/politics/d...index.html

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