CBS Poll South Carolina – Trump Leads With 40%, Carson Next at 23%…

CBS Battleground state poll (full pdf below) of South Carolina. Interestingly, the CBS poll data was a joint effort with YouGov polling; and you might note how every MSM outlet had previously dismissed YouGov polling as unreliable. Well, that was when it was necessary to dispute the evidenced support for Mr. Trump. Yeah, funny that….

In order to boost Carly Fiorina CNBC has given her a prime stage placement ahead of Jeb Bush for the upcoming debate.  While the move was transparently predictable in media intent, it’s doubtful anything can rescue her campaign.   Everyone has caught on that Carly is a big fibber and has a Brian Williams problem.

Jeb Bush was campaigning in South Carolina yesterday when he angrily stomped his feet because everyone was expecting him to work for a nomination.  Sad little man.

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86 Responses to CBS Poll South Carolina – Trump Leads With 40%, Carson Next at 23%…

  1. Sentient says:

    Ross Douthat – the New York Times’ idea of a conservative Catholic – has an article on RCP today predicting that Rubio will be the nominee. Of course, he dismisses Trump out of hand for no reason whatsoever. Good to see that Rubio has a whopping 7% in SC!

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    • amjean says:

      Now that Bush is flaming out, many of the pundits are now
      pushing for Rubio. And I must laugh; all of a sudden his
      poll numbers are moving up; without doing anything.
      Have people forgotten the Gang of 8? His speech in
      Spanish promising amnesty? His speech in English
      where he claimed he was against amnesty?

      Could it be that their use of Carson has reached its peak?
      Just wait until the facts come out about him.

      Its like the media and the GOPe are playing musical chairs
      with place cards. The candidates do very little or nothing.
      They certainly aren’t moving around the chairs themselves!

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  2. hocuspocus13 says:

    President Trump…has a lovely ring 🔔

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  3. liberty2828 says:

    Hey Jebby wake up you have a campaign to lose!
    hahttp://i.imgur.com/22jKBbxm.jpg

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  4. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump, Carson and Cruz all the rest are minions of the GOPe. The three of them should form a collision against the GOPe!

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    • amjean says:

      No. Trump doesn’t need them.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      They are a collision.

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    • Spar Harmon says:

      … that is exactly what I have been noticing forming up, Centinel!
      Each independently gathering as many delegates as possible // one clearly dominant by convention time // each independently focused on the goal of replacing the goals, corruption, and drift of the Uniparty // I personally have no doubt that the 2 lessor would shift their delegates to the strongest, who would then have massively decisive delegate count.

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      • keebler ac says:

        The GOPe splitter strategy is abhorrent. The same applies here.

        As Trump also says, a Seventh Day Adventist is unknown Christianity. The Mormons separated in order to allow polygamy by its founding leader. What’s Seventh Day? We choose not to work on Saturday as well as Sunday and where is the basis for it? The Bible or its founding leader? I could start a separate cult and insist I don’t work Mondays as well as every other day because, well, I belong to this group I made up. Is this now my civil right like Sharia to refuse my boss or I sue them?

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        • fire with fire says:

          Hmmm. Try reading the 10 commandments #4.

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          • keebler ac says:

            Romans 6:14

            14 For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace.

            The Sabbath was given to Israel, not the church. The Sabbath is still Saturday, not Sunday, and has never been changed. But the Sabbath is part of the Old Testament Law, and Christians are free from the bondage of the Law (Galatians 4:1-26; Romans 6:14). Sabbath keeping is not required of the Christian—be it Saturday or Sunday. The first day of the week, Sunday, the Lord’s Day (Revelation 1:10) celebrates the New Creation, with Christ as our resurrected Head. We are not obligated to follow the Mosaic Sabbath—resting, but are now free to follow the risen Christ—serving.

            We are to worship God every day, not just on Saturday or Sunday.

            The cult of Seventh Day purposes by their rules that Saturday is a day of defacto rest. It’s pedantic. Christians are free individually to choose their day and it is not dictated by the Bible. So saying the Seventh Day only belies their faith is to me a self-serving way to insist those external to their group must also observe this singular detail.

            My take on it, you don’t have to agree……but let’s say there is sufficient cause for many not to accept Ben’s stated religion.

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            • actually the day of rest was established in the Garden of Eden long before there were any Jews or Christians, and the day of rest was for animals as well. saying we don’t need a day of rest from our labors is not sound. also is for animals who labor for man (now we have cars and machines) definitely needed the day of rest. frankly, it is probably the one commandment that prevented many animals from being worked to DEATH. people too!

              now, the land must be rested every 7 years as well. if not, the minerals in the soil will not be replenished and the food frown in the mineral depleted soil is not nutritious. science even backs the 7 year rule up as well, as this is what it takes for soil to replenish. Let’s not forget this is the reason Israel was let go into bondage by the gentile nations for 400 years. it was calculated by the 7 year sabbath.

              the 7th day of rest was made for man. it was always kept throughout history and when nation of Israel began and with Moses (thousands of years AFTER garden of eden) God included it in the 10 commandments. KEY WORD: “REMEMBER THE SABBATH…” So it was not established by Jews nor Moses, the commandment is to remember to keep it holy.

              It was established in the Garden of Eden BEFORE man ever sinned before any religion existed. and it was for animals and the earth as well.

              Anyone who doesn’t take a Sabbath rest once a week is just plain FOOLISH! Rest from our labor keeps us young, healthy, and our minds rested.

              The only people saying we don’t need a Sabbath rest are recent Johnny come lately who remove from the 10 commandments what they want to suit their own dogma.

              as to the dispute over the day of the week, yes of course it was Saturday. Saturday in almost every language in the world means SABBATH. example: italian word for Saturday = sabato, and you can look up all the other languages as well, all similar. the Catholic church changed to Sunday.

              Now, the problem of 7th dayers is not their keeping the Sabbath day holy (separate for a day of rest) it is their dogmas in other areas that contradict scripture. And really the Sabbath is at least one part they do get right.

              we need not argue together. the day of rest is a gift for mankind. no one forces us to accept God’s gifts. but truth be told anyone who doesn’t take a day of rest once a week is really missing out! rest mind, body, pets, no work. it is wonderful and a gift to us from our Father. it is a recharge day for both mind, body, soul! and if you don’t want to take it, please we should at least give the rest to our labor animals, God’s animals that He said to give this day of rest to as well.

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              • JoeS says:

                That was really well put MoniQueMoniCat. I would add that Jesus said that the Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath. And just as I am adding it, I see that you said it was a gift for mankind-so never mind!

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              • JoeS says:

                7th day Adventists seem to rely on LEGALISM in their faith. And falling back to the law is well-not why Christ died.

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        • Spar Harmon says:

          Hmmm
          I’ve watched you go bananas on others, and I have seen you just keep blathering until the other retires…
          I retire
          (ps- I might reply when your attacks show signs of having really cleanly taken in what I said without your overlay of knee jerk responses- Then forming your responses; maybe there would be a coherent, rather than hysterical, relationship between the two then. Unfortunately, I have not observed such an ability in you; therefore, I pass)

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          • keebler ac says:

            You speak of untruths not backed up by facts which you take as blather. I’ll ask you to show courtesy in argument by not calling commenters names FIRST simply because you can’t or won’t debate on it. I didn’t challenge you earlier on your unproven statement that Ben’s full $20m donations come from small donors like you. You don’t know it as fact so you shouldn’t attempt to mislead. Yeah, I blathered on about Carly and Rubio too when they started succeeding with their wooly lies.

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        • zephyrbreeze says:

          The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was organized in 1830 by Joseph Smith. The first polygamous marriage didn’t take place until 1841, 11 years later. The church disavowed polygamy in 1890. Part of the issue with polygamy, was that the church membership was an ad hoc group, people migrating from all over the world to join, in which there were many more women than men. It served the church well to be able to have settled 650 settlements in the west, if they could rely on polygamous arrangements to take care of the extra women, produce children, and create a stable, self-sufficient society. Then came Women’s sufferage…with Utah leading the way by decades.

          “Though far removed from the centers of agitation for woman suffrage, LDS women were neither strangers to it nor indifferent about it. They were aware of efforts for a national suffrage act and of several unsuccessful congressional bills between 1867 and 1869 that urged adoption of woman suffrage in the territories. The first organized effort to secure woman suffrage in Utah occurred on January 6, 1870, when a group of LDS women met in the Salt Lake City Fifteenth Ward to protest a proposed congressional antipolygamy bill. Asserting their right to “rise up…and speak for ourselves,” the women voted to demand of the territorial governor “the right of franchise” and voted also to send representatives to Washington with a memorial defending the free exercise of their religion (Fifteenth Ward Relief Society minutes, Jan. 6, 1870; Deseret News, Jan. 11, 1870). This preliminary meeting precipitated a mass rally of more than five thousand women in Salt Lake City a week later to protest publicly against proposed antipolygamy legislation. Spurred by congressional inaction on woman suffrage and no doubt impressed by this demonstration of female political acumen, the legislature of Utah Territory, with the approval of the acting non-Mormon governor, enfranchised Utah women a month later, on February 12, 1870.

          “http://eom.byu.edu/index.php/Woman_Suffrage

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        • stella says:

          Seventh Day is the Biblical Sabbath.

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          • yes. and just a reminder to everyone the 7th day of rest was established in Garden of Eden, before man even sinned, even before man fell; so saying we don’t need to keep a day of rest is just not scriptural. because the Sabbath is NOT part of THE LAW. it only became PART OF THE JEWISH LAW thousands of years later through Moses and 10 commandments. and the Law about it was “to remember,” it was not God establishing it.

            Israel did not invent the Sabbath nor did THE LAW establish that murder was wrong.
            God also said in the Garden thousands of years before Israel ever existed that we are not to murder. in fact he even instructed THE ANIMALS this and if they did they would be killed. because man is created in the image of God.

            so THE JEWISH LAW came as a formalization of already existing laws given by God our creator thousands of years before THE JEWISH LAW or Israel or Christians ever existed. in the garden God said to keep the 7th day for rest; thousands of years later He commanded Israel TO REMEMBER it. apparently because they had long since forgotten it.

            ALL IN beginning of the book of GENESIS.

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        • michellc says:

          A branch of my husband’s family were/are Seventh Day Adventist and they worship on the Sabbath. Now the hardcore ones also do not eat meat, do not drink alcohol or caffeinated beverages, do not smoke and support abortion in certain cases and believe if you do not worship on the Sabbath you are not righteous. All of them believe(d) you sleep in your grave until Jesus returns and then the righteous go to heaven and the others are burned, but not in an eternal hell but just burned up, ceasing to exist.

          None of them though ever force(d) their religion on others.

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          • the day of rest established in the garden of eden was for REST. not specifically for worship, as every day is for worship, but not every day is for REST. although it is certainly a great day to worship! thousands of years later through Moses came the law to remember the sabbath, and then God gave them further instructions on how THEY (Israel) were to keep the sabbath.

            the 7th dayers do not err to keep the sabbath.

            but really, it’s very simple even a child can understand: it is just a day to rest for man and his animals. really not good to make it a focal point of everything. it’s a day of rest and Jesus said the sabbath was made for MAN, and man was not made for the sabbath. but if your sheep wanders away or to heal someone is ok because sabbath was MADE FOR MAN. it is a GIFT to us.

            how sad our Father is when we argue about a gift. parents, how would that make you feel? you give a gift and one child accepts it and the other doesn’t want it, and then they argue about it. TEAR DROPS FALL.

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  5. Sentient says:

    I’ve assumed that as the lesser candidates now out, that they would endorse the leading GOPe candidate, in order to retain employability within the establishment. As it becomes apparent that Trump is more likely to win the nomination, maybe they’ll start to think it wiser to get on team Trump.

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    • JoeBal says:

      Recall all the hands held high in support of “who so ever wins the nomination”, because most assuredly they believed it will be “one of them”. It’s a shame people still aren’t supporting the best candidate, Rand Paul, but then the same establishment machine that is attempting to thwart Trump has done a good job keeping Paul locked out of the conversation.

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      • amjean says:

        Sorry, I used to be a Rand Paul supporter, however, when
        he came out with all the vicious rhetoric against Trump it
        was obvious he made a deal with the devil (GOPe/McConnell).

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      • sandraopines says:

        I worked my arse off for Rand for YEARS…. such a disappointment. I gave up on him and moved happily to Trump.

        Rand needs to pack up and just stay in the Senate. He clearly is not ready for Prez. Horrible campaign! Embarrassing actually. Rand blew his shot on his own and blames Trump. Was NOT Trump’s fault…. Rand needs to accept responsibility for his own behavior. Same could be said for several other failed candidacies…

        Trump 2016

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        • JoeBal says:

          I think his campaign adviser, who most certainly is a failure, came up with the brilliant plan to gain some notoriety by attacking Trump. I agree his campaign could not be much worse and I also understand that part of Rands problem is that he isn’t “self financed” the way Trump is.

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      • i was a RON PAUL supporter (the father of Rand). so i was really looking forward to his son Rand Paul, but wow was i shocked how much he is not like his father. he is not resonating with the American people, but not because of Trump. really, the deal breaker for me was seeing his behavior at the first debate. he seemed so out of touch and embroiled in what looked to me like a childish squabble with Chris Christie and that is when his weakness was revealed to me, his voice was shrill and frankly nothing he said resonated like how his father’s words did. then as he saw his polls slipping he proved he was weak blaming his tanking polls on another man. and then verbally attacked Trump. now that is weakness. if people do not like us we cannot blame it on others. reminds me of jilted lover who cannot take no for an answer.

        for the record, i had no idea of even who Trump was at that time except that he was some rich Hollywood mogul and that he questioned Obama’s birth certificate years before i had read on some internet post. i had been living in europe for several years and had never seen The Apprentice. and i had left hollywood years prior with utter contempt for anyone and ANYTHING hollywood. so truthfully i went into this thing not a supporter of Trump at all.

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        • clarification: yes, i am aware now that Trump is New Yorker 🙂 the hollywood impression probably i got from that i knew he did a TV show and i always equate that celebrity stuff with HOLLYWEIRD! where i escaped from long ago!! thank GOD!
          and now i LOVE TRUMP and support and campaign only Trump for president of The United States of America! not just for USA, but for the sake of Europe and everywhere else too! Make America Great Again TOP PRIORITY!

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    • amjean says:

      Serious question: Who in that gang of betrayers is going to do that?

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  6. ZurichMike says:

    I know I have middle-aged eyes, but I just realized that on the “Hollywood Squares” of candidates, Rubio is drinking a glass of water. LOL!

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  7. MfM says:

    Shows all the usual suspects hugging the bottom. It’s great how Trump mentions them in his speeches. He has pointed out that he is being asked when he is going to drop out… when it should be asked of these guys.

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  8. ZurichMike says:

    Trump and Carson, two outsiders, have 63% versus the others.

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  9. Voltaire's Crack says:

    So much for the Fiorina surge.

    Looking at the trend of this and several other polls, it appears that she has dropped back close to her pre-debates numbers.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      If Carly opens her trap against Trump, Trump can always point out that she did not earn the position of her debate podium and has taken Jeb’s spot because she is a woman and not credential based.

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      • keebler ac says:

        Yes ….. the long days of affirmative action are so over</>. We’ve managed to promote women and blacks on their gender over best candidates irregardless of demographics, and we got usurious talentless race and gender cards like Obama, Hillary and Carly. Trump arrived, hired based on merit, presents the strongest role model</> for CEOs and leadership on how to do this affirmative action right…..faux hiring no longer needed!

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      • “her trap.” LOL!

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  10. The Boss says:

    What is Jeb! complaining about? Doesn’t he realize he edged out “No Preference” in the latest poll?

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    • jello333 says:

      And since he’s obviously got some kind of inferiority complex where his brother and dad are concerned, Jeb should be THRILLED with these polls. He’s getting bigger numbers than George W and George HW combined!

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  11. NJF says:

    I mentioned in the previous thread that FOX isn’t really talking about this poll –shocker.

    Two hysterical sound bites according to their experts:
    *”the bloom is off the rose,” and Iowa is “indicative of general election voters.”
    *3 of 4 voters want an alternative to Trump.”

    Funny stuff.

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  12. Dixie says:

    Although the video at this link is mostly about Carson pulling ahead of Trump, it also mentions that Carson has changed his mind about medicare……flip flop……before the candidates open their mouths and take a stand on something, they should have already researched it fully to know exactly where they stand so they don’t have to flip flop like a fish. A little SHORTSIGHTED you think? We don’t need anymore shortsighted idiots in Washington who can’t take a solid stance and stick with it. Remind you of anybody?

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/10/25/carson-says-doesnt-want-to-end-medicare-defends-against-another-trump-attack/?intcmp=hpbt1

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      Carson will not stand up to any meaningful scrutiny. He is an economic and financial imbecile. All good doctors are.

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    • O dear LORD. after i saw the interview Carson did today with Chuck Todd where Carson starts bragging about how he used to beat up people, throw rocks at them and something about KNIVES, only to take a break closing his eyes and looking like he was literally having several minor strokes. i know this interview just ended any chance he has for winning ANYTHING. VIEW HERE: http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2015/10/watch_carson_tells_trump_i_dont_get_into_the_mud_p.html

      Carson is OVER.

      no one understands “i used to beat people up and throw rocks and use knives and be violent.” PERIOD!

      YIKES!!!!

      i even started wondering if he still had that kind of stuff in him myself! who would bring up such a thing? yet there he was blurting it out unprovoked. it almost sounded like he was BRAGGING!

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      • stobberdobber says:

        Believe it or not that will resonate with some people. The fact that he has gained control over himself under his childhood circumstances can be something to “brag” about. And it shows that he CAN change. We all have changed our minds about thing over the years. Many people do NOT bother to change their behavior but try to explain it away as other peoples fault. Mr. Carson does not and has not acted the victim. His pointing this out only states that it can be done by him so it can be done by others. Just my opinion.

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  13. mcfyre2012 says:

    But… But… Whenever I turn on the TV, Carson is beating Trump.

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  14. Trump and Carson flip-flop on Medicare!

    Trump: It’s Possible Medicare Could Be Replaced by Health Savings Accounts. I think it’s a very good idea and it’s an idea whose probably time has come,
    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/donald-trump-medicare-replaced-health-savings-accounts/story?id=34717788

    Carson: Ben Carson said Sunday that he no longer wants to dismantle Medicare and defended the policy switch http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/10/25/carson-says-doesnt-want-to-end-medicare-defends-against-another-trump-attack/

    Why Trump, why?

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    • keebler ac says:

      Encouraging a health savings account among people who would rather buy a sports car or big screen TV when they can’t afford it is a good idea but not at the elimination of Medicare for invalids and those who cannot manage a health savings account. Trump is talking about a decrease in reliance on Medicare. Carson was talking about shifting money from Peter to pay Paul, medicare funds shifted to savings account. There’s a big difference. Dr Ben doesn’t know funds management and how to run an organization with accountability. He’d have to hire expensive experts the way Obama “Ivy League” does. Trump does most of the work himself in financial matters which saves tax payer money.

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        All I know is medicare is practically forced upon seniors. For example, our retirement with hubby’s company includes medical benefits (I know, unheard of nowadays; why we will have is another story.) which he and family had when “forced retired” even if not withdrawing monthly retirement. He was sixty at the time. The kicker is when he is sixty-five (me also), there is no more company medical benefits because of medicare. It does not matter that paid in all those years for “old days” retirement medical. We must go on medicare. And that sucks. Who really wants government medical care? Really sucks.

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        • keebler ac says:

          Was the company medical benefits to cover you while working like insurance? You can’t keep using it pass expiry. The benefit is not retroactive as it is with medicare. Encouraging a health savings account is not mutually exclusive to insurance nor medicare. Being forced to go health savings account and not have medicare in old age is also not that simple. There is a level of taxation no one denies required to support a society that minimizes India like street poverty and dying. I don’t want to see the infirm and invalid out on the street begging. Entitlement is over-used but we can’t simply throw out the baby with the bath water. Choices are what Trump is talking about. Competitive medical insurance which you can buy using a savings account but what happens to those who suddenly become sick with no savings account? Medicare cannot be eliminated in a real world unless you want to see third world illness laying about the streets.

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          • facebkwallflower says:

            The retirees on old plan get great medical insurance for entire family. This retirement plan was phased out (mandated) so current employees will not get this when they retire. For a family about a hundred bucks is deducted from monthly retirement check, just as if working. It is a great program. The company was forced to quit offering this which is why it changed but did not effect those who had it before changes required. If this had not happened retirees would be able to continue their great medical (and I mean, yugely great) and not be forced to downgrade to government controlled care at age 65. There were a lot of companies, this one included, that ran very fiscally sound companies, remained private and thus, would not be set back or go bust as more retirees added to the benefits package and this company waited until the very last minute possible to make the forced changes in their employee retirement structure. We are thankful, though, that we just missed the cut.

            The thing about Medicare is that it has been rigged to be the option for medical care for 65 and older. It has become, officially, the single payer government health care for seniors. Most of the company retirement packages have all but disappeared. We do not want Medicare and planned accordingly but that has been bureaucratically taken from us. After hubs retired he went back to work for the company and if he is employed at sixty five he will still get medical insurance through his job. So, if not for the medical and wanting to avoid Medicare, he would and could retire. If he were to retire he would be put on medicare but myself who am younger and the dependent children will still be under the company plan (retirement plan identical to active employee plan)

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  15. MissV says:

    FORTY!!! Read it and weep, doubters!!!

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  16. JoeS says:

    ATTENTION: IS DONALD TRUMP ANNOINTED BY GOD TO BE THE LEADER OF THE US AT THIS TIME?

    RECENTLY DONALD TRUMP INVITED CHURCH LEADERS TO MEET WITH HIM IN NEW YORK.

    Today, at Morningstar Church in South Carolina, one of those church leaders who visited with Donald Trump gave an EXTREMELY COMPELLING presentation about Donald Trump and the PROPHETIC EXPERIENCE that he had surrounding his visit with DONALD TRUMP, amongst other “topics.”

    Watch Lance Wallnau describe his experience. The sermon begins at the 1hour and 25 second mark (1:00:25) on this video and lasts for quite a while. THIS IS WORTH SEEING!!!!!!!

    https://www.morningstartv.com/sunday-services/2015-10-25/lances-wild-end-times-revelation

    Lance Wallnau also provides and incredible synapsis of where he feels the world is in terms of the END TIMES and a biblical interpretation of the events of the final battle between good and evil and the role of the church. Imagine that! According to Lance, Donald Trump has been strategically placed for this purpose by God. He even goes as far as comparing God’s use of the ancient Darius (the Mede-Daniel’s time), and suggests that God has ANNOINTED DONALD TRUMP for His purposes at this time.

    He further discusses why Christians are wrong to necessarily seek leaders (BEN Carson) who are Christian just because they are Christian!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • keebler ac says:

      1 Corinthians 16:2

      https://bibliaassets.global.ssl.fastly.net/api/logos.biblia.js

      On the first day of every week, each of you is to put something aside and store it up, gas he may prosper, so that there will be no collecting when I come.

      Trump practices, he doesn’t preach. He labors, he does not join an off shoot religion which insists as its main parameter taking the Sabbath out of context and making it the main basis of their religion. The “Sabbath” in the old testamount was intended for Egyptians who labored as slaves and gave them a day to spend of rest. But service to God is not just one day, it is every day. I’m not sure I explained that correctly. Anyways, Trump labors. His “religion” of Presbyterian labor in the service of God is diametrically different from Ben’s rest.

      Hence, energy as a force of good versus super low energy as a force of individual taking a rest.

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      • phil fan says:

        Agree. Used to call that “Chronic Relaxation” …laziness

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      • i agree with everything you say, except you do not go back far enough because the Sabbath Day was established in the Garden of Eden, before man even sinned, before man fell, and thousands of years before Israel ever existed and thousands of years before the 10 commandments were given to Moses. it was not established for Egyptians, they also did not exist at the time it was established. SIN DIDN’T EVEN EXIST YET!

        and it was established originally in the Garden of Eden as a DAY OF REST and to remember God Himself rested on the 7th day. also important the sabbath is for animals as well otherwise they would be worked to death.

        i think you are referring to the Jewish Law Sabbath, or rather for the Israelites. but the sabbath day of rest was established there on DAY 7! and it wasn’t for service to God, but for REST as a way to keep it. and we must not forget the animals who need the day of rest too. and soil needs rest every 7 years or else not replenish minerals. “service” is the very opposite of rest!! ENGLISH PLEASE!! 🙂

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    • facebkwallflower says:

      I am sorry to be disagreeable but all “anointed” talk bothers me and feels as a set up to be like imaged as the other “anointed” in recent history. Putting a religious spin on Trump, at this “hand of God” level puts Trump smack in the middle of being the answer and leader to a perceived religious zealot and it is not good. It puts Trump as being pushed by the truly-deserved-to-be-called “religious nuts” and leaves the door open for him to be imaged and accepted as comparable to other religious leaders in history that were not so go; downright evil. This is a bad thing and to promote is harmful to Trump. This is the one image that will sink Trump and then in turns USA most likely sinks . I wish I could articulate why and how this is so wrong and definately unscriptural and even blasphemous. This is a very dangerous road to go down.

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      • keebler ac says:

        Evangelicals are one group of voters and they see Trump as rightly meeting their voter needs. They have a right to this belief. Evangelicals by no means represent all voters. I myself had a dream last night which I can correctly say represents my daily worries and it interestingly entailed great travails and unrest by majority Americans. The dream asked me do I wish to sally half-heartedly for the only nation whose Constitution states God in trust or go low megabyte? There was no answer pushed upon me, only a question. Something arose from within my heart and soul in the midst of aggravation that I chose not to want to think about. Providence gives us choices, it never dictates. It guides when we are lost. We can choose to ignore it at our own choosing or succumb to danger. False prophets are dangerous – you are right about that. I think these observances and insights do not anoint Trump as the messiah who cannot be ever replaced but highlight that he is the real deal…..not Dr. Ben. I could go on but I thank you for listening and stating a worry.

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      • JoeS says:

        You don’t have to be sorry-really. I am not sure who you are referring to as “anointed in recent history,” so I cannot respond. I guess that I am putting a religious spin on this, and I am excited about it. I will TAKE IT UNDER ADVISEMENT, THOUGH! However, I am really just reacting to it. Check this out:

        That was Trump working with the religious leaders and HE promotes it. He is not afraid to associate with them. They are actually praying over him! BUT BE ADVISED: THAT WAS TRUMP INITIATING THIS!

        Honestly, if you can think of how/why this is wrong, I would like to know. As far as being unscriptural and even blasphemous, just let me know how-maybe I can help with that. In the FIRST VIDEO that I posted, though, the pastor actually provides a LOT of scriptural references to leaders in the past who WERE used by God like Darius the Mede and Cyrus.

        Don’t worry about insulting me if you have comments. I have REALLY thick skin. Just let it FLOW. Comment however you want.

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    • jello333 says:

      Donald REALLY doesn’t need this, any talk about him being “anointed”, “God-sent” or whatever could hurt him for more than help. I doubt even most Christians would want such a message to start being pushed. Talk like that easily turns from reassuring to… scary.

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      • JoeS says:

        See above!

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      • JoeS says:

        Why scary?

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        • jello333 says:

          A couple reasons. For one thing, as I joked about in another comment, every time any person is put forward as being approved of by God for some position, it’s gonna cause a whole bunch of other people to worry that it’s the opposite… the whole “anti-Christ” thing (which no, I don’t believe in, but plenty of people do). But also, whether you’re religious or not, hearing that this or that person is in some way “chosen” by God can be a bit worrying. What if that person him/herself starts believing that, and thinks they can do no wrong because, after all, “it’s all in God’s hands, it’s God’s will”? As a very extreme example, the Martin Sheen character in “Dead Zone”.

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        • for those who don’t see in the Spirit this is something that is hard to accept. perhaps it need not be discussed especially because words mean different things to different people and confuses, angers, frightens, and worries people. but those that do see it we like to share that with others that do. don’t worry, i don’t think a few comments on blogs is going to spread like wildfire and ruin any chances for Trump.

          the beauty of supporting the Trump candidacy is there is something wonderful about him for everybody. for those who think he’s been called by God or even just an urgency and duty to do a job to help save America, for white Latino Americans, for black Americans, for evangelicals for atheists, for anyone, for those who just like his brashness and tell it like it is, for those who like his economics, foreign policy, et al. 🙂 WE CAN ALL SHARE!! There’s plenty of Trump to go around LOL! i can’t even keep up with the man!

          JUST COME IN LEGALLY lol!

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          • note: i use “white Latino” reference because Latinos are CAUCASIAN unless they are black. usa is so screwy that they have all these subcategories of black and white and the new one is “Latino” which is not even a race! so for PC i should’ve also include black Latinos and Indians which i failed to do. and really all other races, asian and hasidic peoples. gosh if i missed anybody let me know. cuz i really mean for EVERYBODY! so exhausting the PC of USA! i should’ve just said for the whole human race!

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  17. NCPatrick says:

    You know Trump has many many outstanding qualities, but probably #1 for me is that he obviously loves our country as I do. I remember so well when Obama began enacting executive moves that were clearly not in our best interests, and I felt so betrayed, forgotten, yes .. unloved. I never dreamed that a person could be elected to lead this glorious nation and not love her and be willing to do anything to protect her. I admit I am a flag waving Yankee Doodle gal and 4th of July has always been my favorite holiday. I still actually cry when I hear the national anthem or when I see our magnificent military men and women. When I was younger, I used to think about what a miraculous turn of fate it was that I had been born in the United States of America and how very lucky we Americans are. Obama has ungratefully spit on all of us, and that has hurt as much as the lies and financial wreckage the beast has inflicted. I think Trump finally said what we all have said: We’re not gonna take it anymore! God will bless us all if we stay strong and I know we will not waver. Under his leadership we will make America great again, and I dream of that day.

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