TRUMP – HE TALKS TO YOU!

I can see we’re thinking about the same thing….we both know there’s something happening here!  IT’S CALLED DONALD J. TRUMP!  AND BABY YOU CAN TALK TO ME!!!

It is yes an awesome thing for America because we want it great again!

We – each one that makes up America must look at what we want this election.  Do you want more of the same….or do you want to give new breath to America?  I want to give breath – hope and life to her!

Donald Trump will do just that.  Give him your vote to help America.  All the rest are just in line to do as their puppet masters tell them.  Only one man is different – that man is the one the money  changers don’t like….his name is Donald J. Trump!

Dianne Mashall

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10 thoughts on “TRUMP – HE TALKS TO YOU!

  1. Joanne Dakin says:

    In total agreement; however, other than by voting, how can we (as private citizens) derail the Establishment’s plan? I’m on board for whatever it takes.

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    1. phil fan says:

      Reposted fro Conservative Tree House:

      This evening, many people have expressed interest in helping Mr. Trump with his Ground Game. Good News – YOU can be part of the ground game and be “boots on the ground” for Mr. Trump! I have read that some people would like to volunteer but are not sure how.

      Ways to volunteer that I know of (and I am sure there are more!):
      make phone calls, place yard signs to those who have expressed interest, place the yard signs at the polling places on voting day, be at the polling places on voting day to hand out literature & watch for problems, be a local, state or national delegate (learn more how to do this as that sounds really interesting to do!), answer phone calls in your local office and many more things I am sure that I don’t even know about as I, too, am just a volunteer!

      Below are several ways to get started:

      1) Register with your state here –
      https://www.donaldjtrump.com/states/

      2) Register w/Trump campaign if your state does not yet have an office here –
      https://www.donaldjtrump.com
      -choose “get involved” in from the drop down menu in the far right hand corner
      -fill out sign up info
      NOTE: Be sure to click the box “I would like to volunteer” or you are just signing up for updates

      3) Here is an email for the OH state campaign manager and he WILL get back to you so that you can volunteer to help in OH! (I post with his permission)
      rscott@donaldtrump.com

      4) Below is Michigan Field Director. I have permission to publish this on a public forum and his full blessing to do so. Please contact him asap and he will be happy to have your help!!!
      CJ Galdes (616) 821-6389 cjgaldes@donaldtrump.com

      My Unofficial advice (what I do) – if you are in the Callfire system after volunteering in a previous state ask your state campaign manager or field director where you can be of the most help next or contact the states listed and help in up coming states. You are already in the system so just get ‘er done! Call, call, call if you aren’t in the state to help in other ways! Also, I will call in a state that is Eastern Time Zone until time to stop (usually, I stop at 8 or 8:15 local time to the state I am calling) and then I will switch to a state that is Central time for another hour, until 8 or 8:15 local time for that state. OH is Eastern Time Zone but others coming up are Central.

      We are the boots on the Ground! We are the Ground Game!

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  2. American’s who are afraid of Trump should know that is fuel for them to do the right thing. If you don’t there is no hope for America to come back. You need to grow strong in your strength & hope, then you will see what other Americans see.

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    1. phil fan says:

      Go to http://www.donaldjtrump.com to volunteer to help in Trumps campaign. Here is a sample operation in Michigan. You can call voters free from your home phone. There are many options to help in your area if nor primary yet:

      Ground Game in Michigan – attention to anyone wanting to help Mr. Trump win Michigan
      Below is Michigan Field Director. I have permission to publish this on a public forum and his full blessing to do so.
      Please contact him asap and he will be happy to have your help!!!
      CJ Galdes (616) 821-6389 cjgaldes@donaldtrump.com

      Update: Just received this email –
      Thanks for reaching out. As I said on the phone, feel free to post my number so people can get in touch. We can set people up with CallFire accounts, and give those in state walking lists if they’re willing to knock doors. {he has many distribution points in cities and towns} around the state. Each one has yard signs, bumper stickers, literature. {He will provide you with contact info so you can work locally.} We also have headquarters in our big population areas for people to make calls from or meet up for doors. Let me know if you have any questions. CJ

      WE can All be part of the ground game in Michigan! (and any state that is left) We can make calls from any where and Michigan residents have PLENTY of locations to be the the boots on the ground.

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    1. doubledenvy says:

      That would be your loser candidate lil’ Marco that started the hands/penis meme’ . Your new here , I think you wanted the Blaze website. Nice try , troll elsewhere , there are plenty of places for your idiocy. SMH

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  3. doubledenvy says:

    OK , When does Trump start to hit back with Cruz’s dirty Wall Street connections E.g. Mercer Singer NRSC connections , his wife’s connections to Goldman Sachs , World Bank , NAU , Koch Bros. Connections. Donald J Trump does not have to sell me any longer , but my point is , I for one am tired of all the incoming , come on Corey , let’s let them have some outgoing. As far as Rubio , pfft. That guy , has so much dirty laundry , I don’t worry about him. Affairs with both sides of the aisle. Little Marco is very dirty. I know it has been said ad nauseum , Trump is playing 3 dimensional chess , while everyone is playing checkers , but for starters my Trump friends are wondering why Trump or his people aren’t asking Cruz to disavow Glenn Beck for his on air rado rant regarding knife stabbing Trump remarks. I think Trump had to disavow a non story/out of context David Duke story , like 169 times. Come on Corey time to hit the true character of Cruz Campaign. Just Sayin’ , that’s what Black Jack Pershing or George Patton would do. If you are going to talk the talk , let’s git er’ done.

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  4. With some minor changes, I’m reposting my comment from http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/03/06/march-6th-2016-presidential-election-open-discussion-thread/comment-page-2/#comment-2206509 :

    WE SHOULD ALL BE TRYING TO GIVE TRUMP ALL THE ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT THAT WE CAN – whether it’s a small DONATION or VOLUNTEERING. Since I tend to avoid online transactions, I mailed a check for the Trump campaign. However, that does not mean being oblivious to reality (Exhibit A: http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/03/02/super-tuesday-debrief-primary-results-and-anticipated-gope-reactions/comment-page-3/#comment-2180691 ; Exhibit B: Sundance – You apparently incorrectly posted (regarding Super Saturday) “Trump Wins Most Delegates of Day!!”)

    Folks – It’s about time that we at least acknowledge any weaknesses of Team Trump’s campaign in order that we could try to improve our chances before it would be too late. Unfortunately, the death by a thousand cuts against the campaign is starting to show results with low information – and worse misinformation voters. A certain infamous propaganda minister reportedly said that if you repeat a lie often enough it’s believed.

    My biggest theme so far is that Team Trump needs to spend more in advertising to counter the lies. This needs to be both defensively to correct any misimpressions about Trump and offensively to show why voting for Cruz et al. would be a mistake. Furthermore, Trump should invest in opposition research.

    According to http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results (as of March 6, 2016 (approximately 1 am Eastern Time)) the delegate allocation (from Super Saturday) is so far: Cruz – 64, Trump – 49, Rubio – 13, Kasich – 9 – that’s apparently 135 delegates out of 155 delegates that were up for grabs. Also, if you compare polls regarding Kansas and Louisiana – it clearly seems that Cruz over performed and Trump underperformed ( http://tinyurl.com/j5mr8ry , http://tinyurl.com/hrvrg4j ). The question is why? Was Trump hurt by the debate? Does Team Cruz have a better ground game? Is it the relentless negative ads against Trump?

    It’s interesting to compare the results from yesterday in Kansas to 4 years ago. Four years ago the Kansas results (to quote https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election_in_Kansas,_2012 regarding the top 4 candidates from Wikipedia) were: Santorum – 15,290 votes (51.2 %) (Delegates: 33), Romney – 6,250 votes (20.9 %) (Delegates: 7), Gingrich – 4,298 votes (14.4 %) (Delegates: 0), Paul – 3,767 votes (12.6 %) (Delegates: 0).

    Last I checked the results from yesterday in Kansas (http://www.cnn.com/election/primaries/states/ks/Rep ) are as follows: Cruz – 35,207 votes (48.2%) (Delegates: 24), Trump – 17,062 votes (23.3 %) (Delegates: 9), Rubio – 12,189 votes (16.7 %) (Delegates: 6), Kasich – 7,796 votes (10.7%) (Delegates: 1). I’m struck by the high voter turnout for Cruz; this suggests a better ground game or more fanatical voters.

    Also relative to a General Election it seems the caucuses (in Kansas) have very low turnout. For example: In 2012, in the general presidential election, apparently Romney received 689,809 votes and Obama received 439,908 votes ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election_in_Kansas,_2012 ) . It’s as if the overwhelming majority of the people of Kansas don’t care who the Republican nominee will be.

    Although my analysis so far has been pessimistic, based on a cursory review of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republican_Party_presidential_primaries,_2012 , Trump doesn’t seem to be doing that much differently than Romney was – albeit Trump sustained a huge loss in Texas to its Canadian born Senator Cruz. Ideological differences aside, Cruz and Rubio have resumes almost identical to Obama; I believe Team Trump should start pounding that point.

    From Trump’s press conference ( https://youtu.be/qWZHgZ5L004 ) I got the sense of Trump’s disgust with the media and that Trump believes that there are states like New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio that Cruz wouldn’t be competitive in. Perhaps, but Rubio and Kasich continue to siphon votes. The question is whether or not Trump will be able to get the 50 % + 1 delegate with everything that’s being thrown at him. Trump also pointed out that a third party attempt to derail him [as the Republican nominee] would have catastrophic consequences for the U.S. Supreme Court.

    Indeed, in a more typical primary season a candidate like Rubio and Kasich would have dropped out. But this is not typical; it’s all about the establishment against Trump and thus Rubio and Kasich apparently continue for the purpose of being spoilers (via a brokered convention). Although Cruz is purportedly hated by the establishment, Cruz is nevertheless part of the establishment – as evident by Romney’s horrific speech.

    In short, Team Trump needs to improve its game given THIS UNPRECEDENTED ATTACK BY THE ESTABLISHMENT (and that means more effective advertising and ground game). Also I’m not sure what Trump should do about the debates. In the last two debates Trump was on the defensive.

    THERE ALSO SEEMS TO BE AN EXCELLENT COMMENT REGARDING HOW TO VOLUNTEER FOR TEAM TRUMP AT http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/03/06/march-6th-2016-presidential-election-open-discussion-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-2205934

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  5. I hope the following copy and pasted from the posting from “Katherine McCoun” is accurate ( http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/03/06/march-6th-2016-presidential-election-open-discussion-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-2205934 ):


    Katherine McCoun says:
    March 6, 2016 at 12:47 am

    Many people have expressed interest in helping Mr. Trump with his Ground Game. Good News – YOU can be part of the ground game and be “boots on the ground” for Mr. Trump! I have read that some people would like to volunteer but are not sure how.

    I am in no way speaking for the campaign. I am just sharing what I have found as I have searched each state and the general campaign and posting from my own experience and my own views. Ways that may be available to volunteer as it varies from state to state, just based on my observation: make phone calls, place yard signs to those who have expressed interest, place the yard signs at the polling places on voting day, be at the polling places on voting day to hand out literature & watch for problems, be a local, state or national delegate (learn more how to do this as that sounds really interesting to do!), being a point person for distribution of materials in counties or smaller cities, answer phone calls in your local office and many more things I am sure that I don’t even know about as I, too, am just a volunteer!

    Below are several ways to contact the campaign:
    1) Register with your state here –
    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/states/

    2) Register w/Trump campaign if your state does not yet have an office here –
    https://www.donaldjtrump.com
    -choose “get involved” in from the drop down menu in the far right hand corner
    -fill out sign up info
    NOTE: Be sure to click the box “I would like to volunteer” or you are just signing up for updates

    To help people get involved I have begun putting together info for each state in addition to the above methods. All numbers posted below are in public forums, are posted to give out to the general public &/or I have received permission to publish on a public forum. Some Facebook pages are unofficial pages but I thought be helpful. If you are already set up in callfire, many of these states already have call campaigns set up and ready to go!

    Idaho/8th, 32 delegates/proportional
    info.id@donaldtrump.com 646-736-1779

    Michigan/8th, 59 delegates/proportional
    —CJ Galdes (616) 821-6389 cjgaldes@donaldtrump.com
    also
    info.mi@donaldtrump.com 734-224-3843

    Mississippi/8th, 50 delegates//proportional
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/MS-Trump-Headquarters/225683624434089
    (601) 957-1113 Ext 110
    A Rockin’ team in Mississippi!!!! They look like they have an awesome group of volunteers with great leadership and are rolling right along to Tuesday!

    Hawaii/8th, 19 delegates/proportional – caucus
    646.736.1779
    https://www.facebook.com/Hawaii-for-Donald-Trump-893497880732071/

    Florida15th, 99 delegates/winner take all
    info.fl@donaldtrump.com 941-777-5222

    Illinois/15th, 69 delegates/winner take all
    646-736-1779 Info.IL@donaldtrump.com
    Kent Gray – director of Illinois campaign

    North Carolina/ 15th, 72 delegates/proportional
    info.nc@donaldtrump.com (980) 272-7561
    https://www.facebook.com/northcarolinafordonaldtrump/
    Director, NC: Earl Phillip https://twitter.com/elphillip
    Regional office in Fayetteville, NC – 252-387-8678
    https://www.facebook.com/CumberlandCountyforDonaldTrump

    Missouri/15th, 52 delegates/winner take all

    Ohio/15th, 66 winner take all
    —Robert Scott, he will respond rapidly! rscott@donaldtrump.com
    https://www.facebook.com/OhioForTrump/?ref=br_rs which has a number – 9377191280
    also
    https://www.facebook.com/Ohio-for-Donald-Trump-2016-182398882099412/?ref=br_rs
    And a fantastic web site here for Ashtabula County: http://middleclassfortrump.com

    Arizona/22nd, 58 delegates/winner take all
    Info.AZ@donaldtrump.com (520) 314-2135
    https://www.facebook.com/AZforTrump2016/?fref=ts
    Charles Munoz – state director
    Thayer Vershoor – deputy state director

    Utah/22nd, 40 delegates/proportional

    I have just listed the states through the end of March. Be the part of the Ground Game! Sorry post is so long! Just excited after a solid, winning day for Mr. Trump!

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  6. I personally want to give “Thumbs Up” to Robert Pilchman , for his intrepid research and reporting. I will do every thing possible to get Donald J. Trump’s message out. I know Trump has excellent minds working toward electing him. But , i really feel the gloves have to come off , with opposition research on his opponents. Cruz , needs to have his image tarnished , before he gains anymore traction. Whether it is Cruz’s past relationships or connections , but my 6th sense tells me that something is not forthright. First , why does the Trump camp , not question very caucus result , when , for example , how can we believe that all the professional pre-election pollsters are so wrong , when in polling on a average , cruz has a ceiling of 29% approval , yet in Kansas , I cannot remember , ever , a projected winner (that being Cruz) with 1% of vote in , as broadcasted on CNN , yesterday.Totally contrary to Pre-voting polls , same with Maine. I remember the 1992 burn (read Ross Perot) , and would be disappointed , if the Trump Team does not come out brawling for this nomination. Platitudes of Pershing , Patton , McArthur being used and not implemented , do not wear well with this retired USN UDTTrident wearing Seal , jus’sayin. Come on Donald , this is our last real vote , Time to “Ne custody errant” P.S. has anyone asked Rafael if he condemns Glenda Becks statement . I didn’t think so

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