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  1. Did Trump really just call Tim Kaine 'the governor of New Jersey'? Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday referred to Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine as "the former governor of New Jersey." Tim Kaine served as the governor of Virginia from 2006 to 2010, and is currently the state's junior U.S. senator. Tom Kean, a Republican, served as the governor of New Jersey from 1982 to 1990. Of course, Trump's transition team leader and friend Chris Christie is the current Garden State governor. Kean was governor when Trump opened his first casinos in Atlantic City in the 1980s. Trump, 70, made the comment speaking to reporters at a press conference this morning at his Trump National golf course in Doral, Fla. The comment rapidly spread online via Twitter after a Yahoo! News reporter caught the error. Christie, a longtime friend of Trump's who endorsed the business tycoon weeks after pulling the plug on his own campaign, was in the running to be Trump's vice president. Kean, 81, who had been a mentor to Christie, decided to skip last week's Republican National Convention, along with previous Republican presidential candidates and several current and former GOP governors, including former Gov. Christie Whitman. He also disclosed he would not be voting for Trump, but had also said he would have advised Trump not to pick Christie for the VP slot. In the same press conference, Trump also denied media reports that he had last-moment second thoughts about his own selection of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to be his running mate. "I never wavered," Trump said. LINK:
  2. I just don't get how people can't see what Trump will do to this country. It's mind boggling.
  3. I could never call Trump 'President'.
  4. However much some of you Bernie supporters may dislike Clinton, there are only two choices right now. Clinton or Trump. Do you really want to see Trump run this country? It completely baffles me that the Bernie supporters would rather allow someone like Trump get in office than give their vote to Hillary if they actually care anything at all about this country. Isn't it odd how these DNC emails came out the day before the DNC was to begin? And that Russia is behind it? Maybe Russia would love to see Trump as President so that the most powerful country in the world finally is no longer. I am literally fearful of what will happen to the US if Trump becomes President. I have never felt that way with any other candidate before.
  5. Bernie was great. I'm very happy he got the applause he did. Totally different convention than Trump/Repub convention. This one has class.
  6. That's a scary story.
  7. Listen to David Bowie’s Isolated Vocal Track from ‘Ziggy Stardust’ The chilling track gives insight into how Bowie layered his vocal harmonies and the integral use of reverb Many are still reeling from the death of David Bowie back on January 10th. While the iconic artist battled cancer for 18 months, he kept the news secret from his rabid fanbase, who over sixth months later are still coming to terms to life without the “Thin White Duke.” Bowie’s 1972 concept album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars was a landmark and trailblazing effort in many ways. The effort spawned hits like “Sufferagette City,” “Starman” and, of course, “Ziggy Stardust.” While it was posted two years ago, the isolated vocal track from “Ziggy Stardust” is just beginning to make the rounds. Fans can hear Bowie’s distinct voice without accompaniment thanks to user “brainpicker” onSoundcloud. Take a listen to the chilling and amazing vocal track below (above). It gives insight into how Bowie layered his harmonies and the integral use of reverb.
  8. That literally made me laugh out loud. I would NEVER vote for Trump. Never.
  9. I watched a few minutes of Nixon and Dukakis but turned them off because I am (for me) in political overload.
  10. I'm a registered Dem, but I have no problem crossing party lines if I felt the candidate was worthy. I hate generalizations.
  11. I agree. He has said that this has not changed anything in regard to his full support of Hillary.