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Trump shows his presidential bid is no mere publicity stunt


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Trump shows his presidential bid is no mere publicity stunt

Post by Lobo on Wed 10 Feb 2016, 7:53 pm

Trump shows his presidential bid is no mere publicity stunt
MANCHESTER, N.H. | By James Oliphant

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump takes the stage for a rally at Clemson University's livestock arena in Pendleton, South Carolina February 10, 2016.

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Donald Trump served notice on Tuesday to those who have refused to take his 2016 White House campaign seriously: The celebrity real-estate developer and former reality show host is no joke.

While Trump had been expected to win New Hampshire's nominating contest, he swamped the Republican field by almost 20 points, demonstrating that his passionate, anti-establishment supporters could be relied on to show up and vote when it counts.

“It’s a monumental win for Donald Trump,” said Michael Dennehy, a Republican strategist in Concord, New Hampshire, who is unaffiliated with any campaign. “The message is being sent loud and clear that Republicans want to throw Washington on its head.”

Trump still has a long road ahead. He suffers from high unfavorability ratings and is often an undisciplined candidate who invites controversy with his policies and insults, going so far this week as to repeat an audience member’s assertion that U.S. Senator Ted Cruz was a “pussy.”

Yet after finishing second in the Iowa caucuses last week and now first in New Hampshire, Trump can take solace in the fact that rarely is the ultimate nominee from either party not one of the top two finishers in Iowa or New Hampshire.

Since Iowa began holding the first-in-the-nation caucus in 1976, no Republican has finished second there and first in New Hampshire and failed to win the nomination. The two states are the first of the state-by-state nominating contests for the Nov. 8 election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama.

In New Hampshire, Trump, at least for the moment, put to rest questions over whether his strong showing in polls was illusory, after he underperformed them last week in Iowa.

His immediate prospects were further helped by the failure of any of the establishment candidates to emerge as a clear challenger. Taken together, the mainstream candidates pulled in enough votes to overcome Trump. But no single one came close to him and there are few signs of a major consolidation anytime soon.

“The victory by Trump here has the makings of a major disaster for the establishment,” said Ford O’Connell, a Republican strategist.


The candidate who had been widely viewed as Trump’s biggest threat, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, suffered deep wounds in New Hampshire after a strong showing in Iowa that some pundits believed would propel him to the top ranks of the establishment Republicans.

After stumbling badly in a debate on Saturday, the man who had been considered by many in the party as its best hope to retake the White House finished deep in the middle of the pack.

“Rubio’s disastrous showing shifted the landscape of the entire campaign,” Dennehy said. He added he had conversations with many undecided voters in recent days who liked Rubio but changed their support to other candidates after the debate.

The Republican nomination race now bends southward, with a primary in South Carolina on Feb. 20 the next test. Trump has held a double-digit lead there for months.

After South Carolina comes Nevada, and then a spate of Southern states on March 1. All provide Trump with the chance to consolidate his support before any other candidate amasses enough delegates to pose a real threat.

His toughest opponent in those states will likely be Cruz, the Texas lawmaker who won in Iowa and whose insurgent candidacy is equally worrisome to the Republican establishment.

But Trump appeared in New Hampshire to learn from some of the mistakes his campaign made in Iowa. In recent days, he combined the large-scale rallies for which he has become known with more intimate affairs, an apparent effort to address criticism he was not devoting enough focus to retail campaigning.

Trump also returned to the populist themes that have characterized his campaign and made him an atypical front-runner for the Republican nomination.

He ripped U.S. corporations for sending jobs overseas and repeatedly slammed the pharmaceutical industry for charging high prices on prescription drugs and the health insurance industry for consistently hiking rates.

His campaign showed more of an ability to reach voters who may not have otherwise engaged in the political process.

Typical were Marjorie Callicutt, 64, and her husband, Fred, 74, who attended a Trump event in tiny Plymouth, New Hampshire, on Sunday. The couple said they would not have been there if the Trump campaign had not called them the day before to tell them about the rally.

Both said they had been persuaded to vote for him.

“He woke up the country,” Fred Callicutt said. “He says things that nobody wants to talk about.”

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Re: Trump shows his presidential bid is no mere publicity stunt

Post by wciappetta on Wed 10 Feb 2016, 8:36 pm

A prophetic word?
The candidacy of Donald Trump is a vehicle for clarifying that.  That’s why I want to call to your attention a fascinating post written in early July for Charisma Magazine, a magazine for evangelical Christians.  In it, the founder of a ministry in Lakeland, Florida says he received a sort of “prophecy,” several weeks before his post was written (i.e., apparently in late May or June), that God intended to use Trump as a “trumpet” to reveal truths to the American people.

All I can is the test of a prophet but it sure looks like sound  doctrine from here:

‘How will we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?’ “When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken. The prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him.

I was in a time of prayer several weeks ago when God began to speak to me concerning the destiny of Donald Trump in America. The Holy Spirit spoke to me and said, “Trump shall become My trumpet to the American people, for he possesses qualities that are even hard to find in My people these days. Trump does not fear man nor will he allow deception and lies to go unnoticed. I am going to use him to expose darkness and perversion in America like never before, but you must understand that he is like a bull in a china closet. Many will want to throw him away because he will disturb their sense of peace and tranquility, but you must listen through the bantering to discover the truth that I will speak through him. I will use the wealth that I have given him to expose and launch investigations searching for the truth. Just as I raised up Cyrus to fulfill My purposes and plans, so have I raised up Trump to fulfill my purposes and plans prior to the 2016 election. You must listen to the trumpet very closely for he will sound the alarm and many will be blessed because of his compassion and mercy. Though many see the outward pride and arrogance, I have given him the tender heart of a father that wants to lend a helping hand to the poor and the needy, to the foreigner and the stranger.

What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them
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Re: Trump shows his presidential bid is no mere publicity stunt

Post by day dreamer on Thu 11 Feb 2016, 11:40 am

Quote:so have I raised up Trump to fulfill my purposes and plans prior to the 2016 election

yes this is prophecy of someone and I can see how the Lord has used Trump to shake things up
BUT we have to remember this is NOT saying that he has called Trump to be the next president......just that he was gonna use him prior to the 2016 election.

I cannot and do not believe that the Lord would want me to vote for someone that would allow the killing of babies that would be going against God's word and I know that God doesn't go against his own word.

Vote your conscience is all I can say

 Trump has said he his sister would make a wonderful Supreme Justice

Trump Praises His Sister, a Pro-Abortion Extremist Judge

Maryanne Trump Barry came up in my book The Party of Death for writing one of those heated judicial decisions in favor of giving constitutional protection to partial-birth abortion. She called a New Jersey law against it a “desperate attempt” to undermine Roe v. Wade. It was, she wrote, “based on semantic machinations, irrational line-drawing, and an obvious attempt to inflame public opinion instead of logic or medical evidence.” It made no difference where the fetus was when it “expired.” So: The right of abortionists to make a child “expire” by partially extracting her from the womb, sticking scissors in the back of her head, vacuuming out her brain, and crushing her skull to complete her extraction, is right there in the Constitution. But let’s please not have any “semantic machinations.”

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