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Rudy Giuliani for Vice President!

 

Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York, would be my first choice for Donald Trump’s running mate as Vice President.

 

Everybody loves Rudy Giuliani — except for crooks and chagrined Saudi royals offering blood money for the 9/11/2001 terrorist attack perpetrated by 15 Saudi individuals of the 19 total (in physical, not supportive, roles; those are probably still at-large) who brought down the twin World Trade Center towers in New York City that life-changing day.

 

His unwavering commitment to uphold the rule of law and the rule of justice included his zeal to equally prosecute corrupt police officers, as similarly as it did to capture and to bring to justice criminal syndicate groups and gangs, which had been running the streets of New York until Giuliani’s active intrusion into their business ended their profiteering ventures.

 

Wall Street inside-traders had nowhere to hide, as Giuliani tackled brazen breaches of confidence in the financial systems, and established not only entry, but new policy, in the inner sanctum workings of a formerly sacrosanct entity known as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

 

In his eight years as Mayor, New York City saw an overall 57 percent decrease in crime, a whopping 95 percent reduction in incarceration crimes, and a 40 percent reduction in police shootings — an issue of utmost importance in today’s uproarious protests of civilian thought on the matter.

 

His integrity to focus on the issues and the laws shows a man of character not privy to choosing political sides where actions are needed, unlike the present political climate, in which potentially treasonous acts regarding the nation’s security of its information has been recklessly disregarded under the present administration in which Hillary Clinton removed information from locations under heavy guard when she used personal servers to harbour that intelligence under less-watchful and secure protection and/or protocol.

 

Giuliani has held the following positions, and is no stranger to the workings of our government:

Assistant United States Attorney – New York, Southern District

United States Attorney – New York, Southern District

Chief of the Narcotics Division

Associate Deputy Attorney General

Associate Attorney General

Executive United States Attorney – Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

 

With income now regained to the New York City treasury with his crackdown on the money being lost through criminal enterprises, he was able to turn budget deficits into major surplusses, and simultaneously cut taxes while improving the safety of local neighborhoods, raising property values and making the city become one of America’s safest large cities at the time, according to the FBI.

 

Giuliani, alas, is no G-d. It turns out he is human, just like the rest of us. He has been through both divorce and cancer. These struggles may have been added to his life burdens at one time, but he came out the other side of it strong, and as determined as ever, to pursue justice and a life of service.

 

His integrity still keeps going. He recently spoke out about his former protege, head of the FBI’s Jim Comey, whom he has criticized for his decision to underplay Hillary Clinton and her staff’s roles in their usage of federal information and intelligence on personal servers located offsite.

 

I believe this will be the best man to be Vice President of our country. I hope to see him selected for the position.

 

(I list him among my previous Presidential Cabinet Picks of the 2012 elections; you can read my post in the archives, here: https://newsnotes1.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/2012-presidential-cabinet-picks/

 

Academy of Achievement. “Rudolph Giuliani Biography — Academy of Achievement.” Last modified October 25, 2010. Accessed July 14, 2016. http://www.achievement.org/autodoc/page/giu0bio-1

 

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A Note On The Vote:

 

A Note On The Vote:

 

Voting fraud and inconsistencies have been a part of the political landscape for quite a long time. It’s unfortunate that such should be the case, as we like to think ourselves above such shenanigans. Indeed, we have come a long way, but we are still apparently working on a process, since it seems that some people just don’t want to go along with the rules.

 

In the early days in American voting, we had Women’s Suffragette movements, so that women could earn the right to vote. We established the right to have voting monitors, as some recalcitrant people in certain states still attempted to prevent Black people from voting. And that was still after Black people were considered the property of people, and without human rights such as voting, which we finally put an end to. This can never again be a consideration — and I mean, never again.

 

We continued to have irregularities in the votes: problems with lost mail trucks going missing with all the absentee voter’s ballots in them; problems with absentee ballots of U.S. servicemen not getting counted; problems with hanging “chads” and numerous vote recounts…

 

Last presidential election of 2012, I waited in line for maybe 5 hours or so to vote (and this was early voting). Eventually striking up conversations with the people before me and after me, I recall the back-and-forth with the Black woman ahead of me (I think) who was voting for Obama, and myself, who was voting for Romney. Strangely, the security guard, who happened to be Black, would come down to the point where I was, and seemed to be counting the number of people in line, to that point. He would then go inside. Then he’d come back out and do it again. Each time, he seemed to write a small notation in a notebook he carried with him. When I got inside, the security guard seemed to be reporting something to a Black woman who sat at a table in the middle behind the registration people. I don’t know what they discussed briefly.

 

I was directed to a standing open booth and afterwards proceeded to the machines to insert my ballot. I walked towards an available machine where I wanted to insert my ballot. Instead, I was not allowed to use that machine. I had to briefly wait to use a machine that a man sitting right next to it (a Black man, if I recall) had been fiddling around by the base of the machine with. It seemed like he might have been doing something with the plug. I think they inserted my ballot for me (I don’t recall). I believe the machine said I was #333. I got out of there I think about 5 minutes past closing time, I think. I believe there were four machines. So, you mean to tell me that only about 1,300-1,500 people can vote, per day? (Number of votes per machine times number of machines?) Highly irregular, I thought, but I never really mentioned it, until recently, to someone with the Trump campaign.

 

I voted early again, in 2016, for presidential contender. This time, the entire vicinity was roped off. There were no areas for party supporters, normally present at the vote, to shout their last-minute support for the candidate they were volunteering for. Nobody to meet and greet the constituents. One political-shirt wearing person was trying to garner support for someone, perhaps for Senate, I never heard of. They certainly weren’t interested in me. In fact, they went rather out of their way to keep trying to avoid me, and find somebody, anybody, other than me to talk with. They went after the Hispanic-looking women with a zest. The only other person there was someone who asked if I’d voted, when I’d finished, and said they were with the fire association, but I didn’t want to discuss my vote, nor did I want to be hit up for a donation.

 

I proferred my license, and the bottom of my vote wound up being torn off, catercorner, as the woman tore it off the machine it printed out from. There was only about a second delay to come up to register. It was Saturday, but it was like a complete ghost town. I was directed down the aisle of booths where I could pick my preference. I marked my vote, and placed it in the security folder. I proceeded to the ballot machines. I did it myself. When I asked the man which way went up, he said it didn’t matter. When I was looking near the voting machines, there was a messy table with papers spread out all around it. I think I recall it being open to view. Sometime after I voted, it had been blocked from view to others and to foot traffic from other activity, by standing screens. My vote number was #113. I counted four machines, I think. It was about 2:00 p.m., I think. So, even being loose with the numbers or figures or time (since I don’t wear a watch and I’m generally incognizant of the time), that means: only about 460 voters… (115 rounded-up times four machines = 460).

 

Not that this is a racist statement, or anything, but every pollworker, with the possible exception of one greeter in the entrance, who may have been Black, or Hispanic, or Indian, was Black. Even the security guard, who I think was the same one as last time. When he saw me walking towards the place, he quickly ended his conversation with the person he’d been chatting with, and quickly walked back towards the entranceway. Not one White person, not one Jewish person, worked at the polls. How could this have happened? This certainly isn’t representative of the neighborhoods of the vicinity. I recognize several of the pollworkers from four years ago, I believe.

 

Now, I’ve just received a beleagured email from within the Trump campaign that people supporting Trump are being harrassed. I just want you to think carefully about whom you’re going to vote for. Are you really going to vote for the people who would stoop so low as to harrass another party? Is this what Americans want to portray? Is that who you are? (Indeed, as I’ve seen and experienced it, that is the case.) Count my vote — Trump!

 

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Today’s A Great Day!

 

IMG_20160305_100825To G-d first, of course, and to my parents and the people who make it all happen for me. After that, I don’t know to whom I owe my gratitude today, but … thank you for changing my YouTube links to embedded video! It made my site so much more fun to have it right there! I guess I’ll have to be alot more careful to choose less-offensive, more family-friendly video. Hopefully, I won’t be infringing copyrights by having the video itself, rather than just a link. I was in the middle of correcting links which looked like they weren’t going to take, when all of a sudden everything went black. There were rectangles where the links were. And suddenly, Light! Cameras and Action! I bawled like a baby! Hopefully I didn’t sign up for this by mistake when I was pressing all kinds of buttons and now will owe money, cuz I don’t really have it! But, I do think it’s great!

 

Secondly, it’s day one of Early Voting Day here in Mystery-ville. I’ve been up all night trying to work on this blog and now I’m utterly exhausted and bleary-eyed. I’ve got IBS and my stomach has been acting up for nigh three days. I don’t care. In a short while, I’m gonna get my crutches and go. I had to stand for about 5 hours for last presidential election; I don’t think my knee can take it, so the crutches will help. Voting Trump in for Republican contender. I love him.

 

I can’t wait to get my next newest addition: my “I voted” WordPress sidebar sticker!

 

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Holiday Wishes For 2016

Wishing strong leadership for the country to drive our nation forward in economic prosperity and compassion, with religious and personal freedoms for all.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

My 2012 Presidential Cabinet picks are still good choices for today. See my picks in the archive, and check out my choice for 2016:

 

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