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The truth of what really happened at the Republican National Convention.
After an explosive and divisive primary season, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus decreed the national convention to be a place of unity. After all, bringing together the divided factions of the Republican Party was the only chance Donald Trump would have of achieving a victory in November. This convention needed to be a graceful extension of goodwill from Trump and the RNC to the grassroots. But much like 2012, it quickly descended into a hostile reje...
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I think it would have made Trump's rise nearly impossible if implemented before this year, but the article was just saying it would have done what Trump was "saying" he wanted. Which is really what he didn't want. :( ugh. Talking about Trump just.......
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It was summer, and a major U.S. political party had just chosen an inexperienced, unqualified, loutish, wealthy outsider with ambiguous party loyalties to be its presidential nominee. Some party luminaries thought he would help them win the general election. But many of the faithful were furious and mystified: How could their party compromise its ideals to such a degree? Sound like 2016? This happened a century and a half ago.

The end result? The Democrats nominated an extremely unpopular candidate who lost to the Whig outsider Zachary Taylor. Taylor died just a little over a year into his Presidency but he left the Whig party in a horrible place and the party quickly fell apart in less than 8 years, to eventually be replaced by the modern day Republican Party.
The Whigs chose power over principles when they nominated Zachary Taylor in 1848. The party never recovered.
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Mark my words, now that Cruz is no longer in the race, and Trump is the presumptive nominee, the Obama administration will start taking advantage of the fact that there will most likely be a new very liberal justice on the supreme court next year.

For instance, the Obama administration has given notice to North Carolina today that they are in violation of the civil rights act because North Carolina did not want to allow men in a woman's restroom.
The Justice Department warned North Carolina officials that its “bathroom law” violates the Civil Rights Act, setting the stage for a showdown between the Republican state leadership and the Democratic administration in Washington.
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Either Trump has the worst memory in existence or he is a serial liar. Both are bad characteristics for a President.
 
Trump lies - because that's what he does
He does not care about the truth, at all. It serves no particular purpose for him.

Trump stated. “I don’t know anything about his trial. I really don’t.”

Trump, a longtime friend of Tyson, opined at length about the trial on television, in newspapers, and in magazines.

Support Trump all you want - but if you're supporting him because of any policy he has said he is committed to, or anything he says about himself or anyone else, you're falling for the con. There is zero reason to believe what he says about anything.

Doesn't mean he'll be a bad President. Doesn't mean he'll be a good one. NO ONE KNOWS.

He just lies, all the freaking time.
Trump, a longtime friend of Tyson, opined at length about the trial on television, in newspapers, and in magazines.
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Quit listening to all the lies about Colorado. Trump and his surrogates (Including Drudge) are purposely lying. Here is the truth and it is virtually the same as any other state and not much different than what Iowa has done in years past (until this year)...

To summarize, what happened in Colorado is how party elections have worked for most of this country's history. Everyone had a say in the process if they wanted one.
“All Colorado Republicans [registered more than a month] could vote in precinct caucuses, which chose delegates to congressional and state conventions, who voted for national delegates.” That's my (unabbreviated) Tweet summarizing the way that Colorado Republicans chose delegates to the national ...
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A great first step in keeping current leaders from dictating who their replacements should be.
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Donald Trump is the anti-Reagan. The two are polar opposites.

Reagan was a man of great grace. Trump is tremendously lacking in grace.

Donald Trump has spent the last six months torching the best and brightest of the future of the conservative movement..., Whereas Reagan believed in the 11th commandment.

Trump has flip-flopped on taxes. In a matter of minutes on Sunday, from NBC to ABC, he soared all over on taxes, and on the minimum wage. Ronald Reagan, on the other hand, is legendary for his refusal to reverse himself on income-tax cuts throughout his entire presidency.
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Remember, Nebraska and West Virginia, you still have a choice!
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Political campaigns are notorious for being dirty, mud-slingin' contests. Some candidates are better mud-slingers than others. Occasionally a candidate comes along that attempts to run a clean campaign where they focus on the issues and not so much the mud being slung by others.
But there comes a time, when a candidate sees the mud piling up and covering his own family and friends, that he has to respond in a forceful manner.

Now that Trump has insinuated that Cruz's father was part of the JFK assassination, similar to Trump's attack on Cruz's wife earlier, Cruz doesn't hold much back.
 
It's as if Ted has channeled my thoughts! I have felt this way for months and I only wish Ted would have said this a little sooner. Call it an act of desperation, maybe an act of frustration... call it what you will, I'm glad he got this off his chest.
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So let me understand something here with each of the candidates:

Pro-Abortion (meaning you do not support life even in the case of Rape):
Trump and Kasich

Pro-Life:
Cruz

Pro-pedophiles and Rapists:
Trump

Pro-Gay Marriage:
Kasich and Trump

Pro-Traditional Marriage:
Cruz

Pro-Fair and Even Taxation:
Cruz

Pro-Progressive non-fair Taxation:
Trump and Kasich

Need I go on? This shouldn't even be a contest for those that believe in the Bible.
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Was cleaning out the shed today and came across this. I should clean out the shed more often.
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  • Pensacola Christian College
    Communications/Broadcasting, 1994 - 1998
  • Zanesville Christian School
    K-12 - High School Diploma, 1981 - 1994
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Gray only exists because we have not taken the time to determine the black and white of the situation.
Introduction

I was born in 1975 on the edge of the Appalachian region in the small city of Zanesville, Ohio. I went to both a Private K-12 School and a Private College.

I graduated with a degree in Communications of which I had a concentration in Broadcasting and a Minor in History.

I have lived in large (Tampa, FL), small (Zanesville, OH), and rural (Rock Rapids, IA) areas and visited 45 states and two Canadian provinces.

I enjoy various hobbies, such as collecting GI Joe ARAH figures and comic books, web design/codingHardy Boys Casefiles, and playing and umpiring softball.

I married Gwendolyn (Fluker) Jacob on Saturday, January 8, 2005. Tasha G. Jacob was born a month early on Saturday, October 1, 2005. Connor W. Jacob was born almost two months early on May 13, 2010.

I am currently involved in marketing in the area of website analytics, seo, ppc, and social media. I have been Google AdWords and Analytics Qualified

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Digital Marketing Strategy
Employment
  • Furniture Mart USA
    Digital Strategist, 2016 - present
  • Click Rain
    Online Marketing Strategist, 2012 - 2016
  • Sioux Falls Softball
    ASA Slow Pitch Softball Umpire, 2012 - 2016
  • Alpha Omega Publications
    PPC, Analytics, and SEO Specialist, 2005 - 2012
  • West Gate Baptist Church
    Marketing, Web Engineer, Teaching, 2004 - 2005
  • Accelerated Christian Education
    Audio/Video Technician, 2003 - 2004
  • PRG Promotions, Inc.
    Web Engineer, 2002 - 2003
  • City of Zanesville
    ASA Slow Pitch Softball Umpire, 1995 - 2005
  • State of Ohio - Dillon State Park
    Camp Store Clerk, 2001 - 2002
  • Corbett/Mock Cabinet Co.
    Office Manager, 2000 - 2000
  • Shaw Video Communications
    Videographer, 1998 - 2000
  • City of Zanesville
    Lunch Coordinator, 1998 - 1998
  • City of Zanesville
    Food Monitor, 1997 - 1997
  • City of Zanesville
    Playground Leader, 1995 - 1996
  • A Beka Video
    QC Operator, 1994 - 1998
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Rock Rapids, Iowa
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Tampa, Florida - Largo, Florida - Zanesville, Ohio