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Trump’s Bad Words can Worsen if he becomes President like Duterte

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Donald Trump apologizes with what he did a decade ago saying bad words against women. In the tape, Trump can be heard bragging about being able to do anything to a woman, including groping them in the “p—y.”

[VIDEO]: Guilty people like Trump for saying bad things will always turn around the issues to their rivals – like what Duterte is doing.

Don’t bank on the Promise to be a Better Man when already President

A person cannot change just like that. His real personality will only come out once he’s on safe grounds. If already showing bad symptoms, it can only get worst when already in the position. The people in the Philippines continue to struggle to deny the bad things President Rodrigo Duterte has been talking about especially with regards to Obama, the UN, and EU. They wanted to justify whatDuterte really meant when it’s coming out right from his mouth.

Apology that contains attacks to others is Insincere

Apologizing on public TV about the bad things done then reverting to attack enemies is insincere. It’s abusing the media mileage given to explain actions. Not to discredit opponents in a very exaggerated way. Trump defended his bad mouth and then accused Bill Clinton of abusing women – which in reality is wrong. Bill might have extra-marital affairs in the past but far from what Trump would like to show to the world.

Difference between Bad Words and Actions

Duterte supporters would always defend the tough mouth of the president by saying that he’s better because his actions are for the good of the people. Never mind the mouth. However, bad words can kill, abuse, hurt and destroy a nation. If Americans vote for Trump, they would for sure suffer being isolated by their president – just like what Duterte is doing.

Words Reflect the Person Inside

The mouth is the reflection of the heart. The eyes is the reflection of the soul. If a person is full of foul words, chances are, he’s got a lot of hatred in his heart. He would then govern with hatred when given the chance.

Attempt to cover Bad behavior

Real culprits would always find other people to blame for their messes. This is to cover up their bad behaviors and wrong decisions. Their own diversionary tactic, so to speak.

It is understandable that people would like to have changes in the government especially when things are not better like it should be. However, the character of a president to be is vital in his ability to govern. A nation can only be progressively successful when in friendly terms with other countries. Lesser enemies, the better and it will not be that good if you have a president with a mouth that would shoo away allies.

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Will Bush’s endorsement help Clinton?

George H. W. Bush

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bush’s announcement to vote for Clinton is appreciated. But will it help her? Former President George H.W. Bush said  he will vote for Hillary Clinton in November.

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Multiple Sources

The comments came during a receiving line for board members of the bipartisan Points of Light Foundation when Bush was speaking to Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend, Robert F. Kennedy’s daughter and the former Maryland lieutenant governor. There were around 40 people in the room. It’s not clear how many people heard him. Multiple sources did.
The Republican former president’s supporting the Democratic nominee marks the dramatic chapter in the complicated  relationship between the two most prominent families in American politics.

Trump Respects Bush

It’s a brilliant political move happening just 49 days from the election. Clinton and Donald Trump are also scheduled for their first debate in less than a week.
Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, told CNN’s Erin Burnett  that she and Trump respect “the 92-year-old former president’s announcement”

“It is ironic that he would vote for the wife of the man who knocked him out of the race,” she added on “Erin Burnett OutFront.” “But look, this was a bruising primary … so I know there are a lot of hurt feelings there.”
News of his support for Clinton came first on Facebook, when Kennedy Townsend posted a photo of herself with George H.W. Bush, along with the caption: “The President told me he’s voting for Hillary!!”
Kennedy Townsend sits on the advisory board of the Points of Light Foundation.

No comment from the Bush Family

Bush family representatives declined to respond publicly.
“The vote President Bush will cast as a private citizen in some 50 days will be just that: a private vote cast in some 50 days. He is not commenting on the presidential race in the interim,” Bush spokesman Jim McGrath said in a statement.
But sources with knowledge of the conversation told CNN they were surprised and disappointed that Kennedy Townsend had publicly shared a private conversation with the former president.

Kennedy Townsend declined to comment through a spokesman at the Rock Creek Group, where she works as managing director. She later took down the Facebook post.

GOP’s Trump divide

Trump’s controversial candidacy has split the group of former Republican nominees. Mitt Romney has hammered Trump in speeches and on Twitter, calling him unfit for office. But former Kansas Sen. Bob Dole has endorsed Trump, as has Arizona Sen. John McCain — though somewhat reluctantly, often referring to “the Republican nominee” rather than Trump by name.
Neither George H.W. Bush nor George W. Bush had weighed in on the general election — even as Trump savaged George W. Bush’s decision to go to war in Iraq. However, many of the 41st and 43rd presidents’ Cabinet secretaries and national security officials have backed Clinton.
George H.W. Bush national security adviser Brent Scowcroft endorsed Clinton in June, saying she “has the wisdom and experience to lead our country at this critical time.” George W. Bush Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said on CNN in August that he “would have preferred Jeb Bush, but I think Hillary is a great choice. I am afraid of what Donald Trump would do to this country.”
And Louis Wade Sullivan, the Health and Human Services secretary under George H.W. Bush and the only African-American in his Cabinet, said this month that “though my enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton is somewhat tempered, I certainly believe she is an infinitely better choice for president than Donald Trump.”
But George H.W. Bush isn’t speaking for his entire family. Marvin Bush, the former president’s youngest son, has said he would vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson. George P. Bush, George H.W. Bush’s grandson, has backed Trump.
And Jeb Bush, Trump’s former primary rival, has said he won’t vote for Trump or Clinton.
A representative for George W. Bush wouldn’t comment on Kennedy Townsend’s Facebook post or how George H.W. Bush would vote. The representative simply said George W. Bush is “spending his time working to keep the Senate in Republican hands and is not commenting on the presidential campaign.”

The Bush-Clinton relationship

The evolving relationship between the Bush and Clinton families began in 1992, when Bill Clinton ran against — and defeated — incumbent President George H.W. Bush. Eight years later, with Clinton term-limited out of office, Bush’s son, then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush, succeeded Clinton on a pledge to “restore honor and dignity” to the White House — a not-so-subtle knock on Clinton’s marital infidelity.

But Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush have also spent their post-presidencies teaming up for philanthropic endeavors. And in recent years, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush have increasingly appeared together.
The two grew so close that George W. Bush has referred to Clinton as his “brother from another mother,” and Clinton has said the two bonded over becoming grandfathers.

A Bush-Clinton matchup

Early in the 2016 campaign cycle, it appeared the two families could be headed for another showdown with the presidency on the line: Hillary Clinton was seeking the Democratic nomination, while former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush — the 41st president’s son and the 43rd president’s brother — was a Republican candidate and a fundraising powerhouse.
Even if George H.W. Bush hadn’t endorsed Hillary Clinton, it was hard to envision him backing Trump.


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Trump loyal Christie calls Clinton a ‘disgrace’ over mixed Info


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

New Jersey governor and Donald Trump surrogate Chris Christie called Hillary Clinton “a disgrace”. This is  after she connected recent police shootings to “systematic racism”. This has happened hours after the GOP nominee said he was “very troubled” by a recent incident in Oklahoma.

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“She’s a disgrace. She’s a disgrace and those comments are a disgrace,” Christie said Wednesday on “The Laura Ingraham Show.” “It’s typical of Hillary Clinton. She knows nothing but the mouth never stops.”

Not Different from Rival Trump

Trump, however, has also displayed a tendency to speak about events before all the facts are made clear. He was noted calling the explosion in New York City  a “bomb” 30 minutes after the incident. Despite  not knowing the exact facts.

The Steve Harvey Show

Ingraham played comments Clinton made Tuesday on “The Steve Harvey Show” following the shooting of Terence Crutcher. He is  a 40-year-old unarmed black man shot dead by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

“And we’ve got to tackle systemic racism — this horrible shooting again,” Clinton said. “How many times do we have to see this in our country? In Tulsa, an unarmed man with his hands in the air? I mean, this is just unbearable, and it needs to be intolerable. And so maybe I can, by speaking directly to white people, say, look, this is not who we are.”

Synonymous with Trump

Trump, speaking Wednesday in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, at a minority voter outreach event, also expressed concern about the shooting.

“I must tell you, I watched the shooting, in particular in Tulsa, and that man was hands up, that man went to the car — hands up — put his hand on the car. To me, it looked like he did everything you’re supposed to do,” Trump said. “And he looked like a really good man — and maybe I’m a little clouded because I saw his family talking about him after the fact … but he looked like somebody who was doing what they were asking him to do.”

Keith Lamont Scott

Christie — speaking hours after Clinton condemned the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina — said the former secretary of state doesn’t know enough about policing to draw any conclusions.

“The fact is she has no idea what happened in North Carolina,” he said. “The same way, as you very aptly pointed out Laura, people jumped to conclusions in Ferguson, which caused riot conditions in Ferguson, because of politicians dumping gasoline on a fire.”

National Best Practice for Clinton’s Campaign

The Clinton campaign has said she hopes to develop national best practices for police to help them manage situations like those in Tulsa and Charlotte. But Christie, a former federal prosecutor, said Clinton had “no experience in law enforcement except for being interviewed by them.”

“I’m just appalled, and as someone who spent seven years in law enforcement, she’s exactly the kind of politician that law enforcement loathes, loathes her,” Christie added. “Because she jumps to conclusions for political gain and doesn’t care what careers or lives she ruins in the process.”


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Philippine President wants Philippine Constabulary back, Bongbong Marcos’ idea?


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Philippine President Duterte says he wants to revive the Philippine Constabulary. The same  law enforcement force blamed for human rights abuses during Martial Law under the late President Ferdinand Marcos.

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Philippines is set to mark the 44th anniversary of the Martial Law declaration. President Rodrigo Duterte  recalled history and announces his plan to revive the Philippine Constabulary or PC. The reason why many protestors were screaming their opposition not to bury Marcos in the Heroes Cemtery because he was allegedly not a hero.

Rule of Martial Law

He felt the need for the PC to fight urban terrorism.

“I will return the Philippine Constabulary under the 4 commands – army and the Philippine Constabulary because I need people in urban terrorism like the [Special Action Forces],” Duterte said in a speech before a military camp on Tuesday, September 20.

It was recorded that on September 21, 1972, Marcos signed Proclamation 1081, and that placed the Philippines under Martial Law to communist threat. The alleged ambush of then defense secretary Juan Ponce Enrile triggered the declaration. Marcos formally announced Martial law implementation on September 23, 1972.

The late Senator Benigno Aquino Jr had exposed “Oplan Sagittarius” during his September 13, 1972, privilege speech even before the declaration. Aquino spoke about the government placing Metro Manila and outlying areas under the PC control.

Critics of Dictatorship

The PC was the national police force that started during the American regime in 1901. It  became part of the military later on -in charge of maintaining peace and order.

Their reputation was tainted when they were used to arrest those unruly critics of the government.

Martial Law Declaration

The PC took the lead in the implementation of strict peace and order policies. They were instrumental in taking over private establishments and arresting activists.

Another Presidential Decree 170, signed in April 1973, authorized the defense secretary to place any city or municipal police force under the discretion of the PC.

Human rights abuses

The martial law years came to be remembered by many as a time of strict discipline. But detractors used isolated deaths escalated by the media to paint massive human rights abuses. They blamed them on to the PC.

In various accounts, victims pointed to them as the ones behind the alleged torture and killings used later on by detractors to oust then President Marcos.

Why would President Duterte want it back? Those who have known men who were members of the PC can attest their utmost discipline in the tasks laid before them. The danger was with commanders who have different agenda.

While it seems that President Duterte is justifying most of Marcos’ actions during his time, the son, Bongbong Marcos hardly has any hand on this. As a Marcos loyalist, Duterte has studied everything that Marcos has done in the past – and for sure he knew what worked.  Duterte is not somebody that can be dictated in the first place. It’s all his idea. Bongbong Marcos can only be flattered with someone following the footsteps of his father. Telling everybody that Marcos was a great President after all!



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Zika worries pregnant women in Florida


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

WFLA wrote: TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Fears among pregnant women are rising now that more-and-more cases of the Zika Virus are confirmed in Florida.

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Fears among pregnant women are rising now that more-and-more cases of the Zika Virus are confirmed in Florida.

To combat those fears, members of the Healthy Start Coalition of Hillsborough County are teaming up with state doctors to go over questions and concerns with pregnant women.

On CNN’s follow-up report, problem on funding was disclosed:  Lawmakers hoping for a quick resolution in the talks to fund the government and provide a federal response to Zika were disappointed Monday when negotiators, who had worked through the weekend, said they would need more time to agree. Read the story here:

WFLA continued: “Right now, I think it’s just a concern,” said Healthy Start Coalition executive director Jane Murphy. “If I were a pregnant woman, I would not go to the Miami area. I’d make sure I was wearing protective clothing,” she said.

Experts suggest pregnant women avoid areas where mosquitos breed and wear bug repellent.

The virus has the potential of causing microcephaly in an unborn child. It can have a severe impact on the development of a child’s brain.

The Florida Department of Health reports more than 80 cases of Zika involving pregnant women.

The Coalition is holding a seminar to discuss issues about the virus at noon on Friday at the Stetson University Tampa Law Center.


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