Vote for Change or the Status Quo

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Donald Trump did not steal your money.
Donald Trump did not raise your taxes.
Donald Trump did not quadruple the price of food.
Donald Trump did not stir a race war.
Donald Trump did not leave any US soldiers in Benghazi to be slaughtered and dismembered by Muslims.
Donald Trump did not arm ISIS and systematically exterminate Christians throughout the Middle East.
Donald Trump did not turn our borders into sieves.
Donald Trump did not betray Israel.
Donald Trump did not provide financing and technology to Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
Donald Trump did not give our military secrets to China.
Donald Trump did not remove our nuclear missile shield in Poland at the behest of Russia.
Donald Trump did not grow welfare to the highest level ever.
Donald Trump did not preside over the worst economic stretch in American history.
Donald Trump didn’t screw up your health insurance.
Donald Trump didn’t bring Common Core to our schools.
Donald Trump was not president while Chicago became more dangerous than Baghdad.
Donald Trump did not shrivel our military and betray our wounded warriors.
Donald Trump did not sanction the take over of our schools.
Donald Trump did not shrink household incomes.
Donald Trump did not sabotage full-time employment.
Donald Trump did not make bathrooms a national priority.
Donald Trump did not increase our debt to 20 trillion dollars.
Donald Trump did not ruin our credit … twice.
Donald Trump did not double African American unemployment.
Donald Trump did not free Islamic terrorists from Guantanamo … to fight us again.
Donald Trump did not praise a military traitor in the Rose Garden
Donald Trump did not steal your rights, insult your religion … or make a mockery of the Constitution.

–Pastor Ward Clinton

Breach of Decorum…or worse…

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In an act that could be charitably described as a breach of decorum—or seen as an unforgivable slight to those who perished in Friday’s terror attacks, President Obama arrived late to the conference room for Monday’s session.

A video posted to Youtube shows the seat beside Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reserved for the American president, was empty as Erdogan called the group to observe a moment of silence.

In the video, the placard to the right of the Turkish leader was clearly labeled “United States” in front of a very empty chair. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was shown looking over her shoulder, as if to see where the missing Obama might be.