Republican Sen. Ben Sasse: I won’t vote for Trump Read more: http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/02/ben-sasse-donald-trump-219949#ixzz41YkZp9DU

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) will not vote for Donald Trump if he is the Republican presidential nominee, the Nebraska Republican declared in a Facebook post on Sunday night.

He is the first Republican senator to make such a declaration.

Sasse, who has not shied away from speaking out against his party’s frontrunner, wrote that he would most likely seek out “some third candidate – a conservative option, a Constitutionalist” if Trump earns enough delegates to clinch the Republican nomination.

Citing, in particular, Trump’s inability earlier Sunday to disavow David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan just two days after he explicitly disavowed him, Sasse blasted Trump’s “relentless focus … on dividing Americans, and on tearing down rather than building back up, this great nation.”

“My current answer for who I would support in a hypothetical matchup between Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton is: Neither of them,” he continued. “I sincerely hope we select one of the other GOP candidates, but if Donald Trump ends up as the GOP nominee, conservatives will need to find a third option.”

“I do not claim to speak for a movement, but I suspect I am far from alone. After listening to Nebraskans in recent weeks, and talking to a great many people who take oaths seriously, I think many are in the same place,” the senator wrote. “I believe a sizable share of Christians – who regard threats against religious liberty as arguably the greatest crisis of our time – are unwilling to support any candidate who does not make a full-throated defense of the First Amendment a first commitment of their candidacy.”

On Friday, Trump declared that he would “open up” libel laws in the United States to make it easier to sue media organizations, and he has repeated that threat in subsequent speeches.

“Conservatives understand that all men are created equal and made in the image of God, but also that government must be limited so that fallen men do not wield too much power,” Sasse wrote. “A presidential candidate who boasts about what he’ll do during his ‘reign’ and refuses to condemn the KKK cannot lead a conservative movement in America.”

Sasse concluded by his own opinion on how to “make America great again.”

“We need more people engaged in the civic life of our country—not fewer. I genuinely appreciate how much many of you care about this country, and that you are demanding something different from Washington. I’m going to keep doing the same thing,” he wrote. “But I can’t support Donald Trump.”

Read more: http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/02/ben-sasse-donald-trump-219949#ixzz41YkpTaFH

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Republican Sen. Ben Sasse: I won’t vote for Trump Read more: http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/02/ben-sasse-donald-trump-219949#ixzz41YkWRMKd

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) will not vote for Donald Trump if he is the Republican presidential nominee, the Nebraska Republican declared in a Facebook post on Sunday night.

He is the first Republican senator to make such a declaration.

Sasse, who has not shied away from speaking out against his party’s frontrunner, wrote that he would most likely seek out “some third candidate – a conservative option, a Constitutionalist” if Trump earns enough delegates to clinch the Republican nomination.

Citing, in particular, Trump’s inability earlier Sunday to disavow David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan just two days after he explicitly disavowed him, Sasse blasted Trump’s “relentless focus … on dividing Americans, and on tearing down rather than building back up, this great nation.”

“My current answer for who I would support in a hypothetical matchup between Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton is: Neither of them,” he continued. “I sincerely hope we select one of the other GOP candidates, but if Donald Trump ends up as the GOP nominee, conservatives will need to find a third option.”

“I do not claim to speak for a movement, but I suspect I am far from alone. After listening to Nebraskans in recent weeks, and talking to a great many people who take oaths seriously, I think many are in the same place,” the senator wrote. “I believe a sizable share of Christians – who regard threats against religious liberty as arguably the greatest crisis of our time – are unwilling to support any candidate who does not make a full-throated defense of the First Amendment a first commitment of their candidacy.”

On Friday, Trump declared that he would “open up” libel laws in the United States to make it easier to sue media organizations, and he has repeated that threat in subsequent speeches.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/02/ben-sasse-donald-trump-219949#ixzz41YkZp9DU

HIGHLIGHTS: India unveils pro-poor budget, keeps deficit target

Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unveiled a budget for the poor on Monday, announcing new rural aid schemes and skimping on a bank bailout, in a strategy shift that seeks to boost his ruling party in coming state elections.

Jaitley reiterated a forecast that India would grow by 7.6 percent in the fiscal year that is drawing to a close. He said the government wanted to spread the benefits of growth more widely among India’s 1.3 billion people, but that he would stick to the government’s existing fiscal deficit target for the coming year.

Here are the highlights of Jaitley’s budget for the fiscal year

that begins on April 1.

FISCAL DEFICIT

* Fiscal deficit seen at 3.9 percent of GDP in 2015/16

* Fiscal deficit seen at 3.5 percent of GDP in 2016/17

* Plan expenditure seen at 5.5 trillion rupees in 2016/17

* Proposes to set up panel to review fiscal responsibility management act

RURAL ECONOMY

* Rural jobs programme allocated 385 billion rupees ($5.61 billion) in 2016/17

* Farmer welfare budget to total 359.84 billion rupees

* Rural road development to get 190 billion rupees

* Target of agriculture credit at 9 trillion rupees

* Interest subvention towards farm loans at 150 billion rupees

* To set up dedicated irrigation fund worth 200 billion core

* Allocates 55 billion rupees for crop insurance programme for 2016/17

POLICY REFORMS

* Bankruptcy code for financial firms to be introduced in parliament in 2016/17

* RBI act is being amended for implementing monetary policy framework

* To list general insurances companies on stock exchanges

BANKING REFORMS

* Government to infuse 250 billion rupees capital into state-run banks in 2016/17; will find resources for additional capital for banks if required

DISINVESTMENT

* Total stake sales in 2016/17 seen at 565 billion rupees

* To encourage central public enterprises to divest own assets for raising resources for new projects

* Strategic divestment seen at 205 billion rupees

TAXATION

* Will not resort to retrospective taxation in future; one time tax dispute resolution proposed for retrospective taxation

* To rationalise corporate tax for new manufacturing companies

* To implement general anti avoidance tax rule from April 1, 2017

* Security transaction tax on options raised to 0.05 percent

* Proposes to levy infrastructure cess of 1-4 percent on certain models of cars

* Raises factory gate tax on various tobacco products by 10-15 percent

* Proposes limited compliance window on undeclared income of domestic tax payers

* Proposes new dispute resolution scheme to resolve tax disputes

* Proposes to abolish 13 different levies

BORROWING

* Gross market borrowing seen at 6 trillion rupees for 2016/17

* Net market borrowing seen at 4.25 trillion rupees for 2016/17

* Government to switch bonds worth 750 billion rupees in 2016/17

SUBSIDIES

* Total subsidy seen at 2.5 trillion rupees in 2016/17

INFRASTRUCTURE

* Allocates 2.21 trillion rupees for infrastructure development for 2016/17

* Allocation for roads and highways development at 550 billion rupees

* Capital expenditure on roads and rail development at 2.18 trillion rupees

INVESTMENT

* 100 percent foreign direct investment to be allowed in food processing industry

* Promises further reforms in foreign direct investment policy in insurance, pension, asset recast companies

MARKET REACTION

* India’s benchmark 10-year bond yield falls 5-6 bps as Jaitley sets 2016/17 fiscal deficit target at 3.5 percent of GDP

* India’s state-owned banks shares pare gains after Jaitley announces lower-than-expected capital infusion; SBI down 0.5 percent

* Indian rupee gains sharply to 68.61/dollar from around 68.70 levels on 2016/17 fiscal deficit target

($1 = 68.6700 Indian rupees)

(Compiled by Tommy Wilkes and Krishna N. Das)

 

INDIA PREDICTS WHAT AMERICA WOULD BE UNDER DONALD TRUMP

AMERICAN MEDIA SHOULD READ THINGS CARE FULLY TO KNOW WHY INDIA IS WARNING AGAIN AND AGAIN .

AMERICAN MEDIA SHOULD CONFIRM THE BUSINESS DONE BY DONALD TRUMP AND ASK HIM TO REKLEASE TAXES.

AND ONE DIRECT QUESTION INDIANS WANT TO ASK WHAT ACTUALLY AMERICAN MEDIA MEAN BY A FREEDOM PROJECT FOR SLAVES.

The seedy underworld of strip joints and sex trafficking and prostitution are often connected, and the idea that Donald profited from the exploitation of women directly is very discouraging to me,” said Nance. “It’s a serious issue. I’m not kidding.”

More than 150 people arrested in nationwide sex trafficking sting

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/14/us/sex-trafficking-sting/

CNN)More than 150 people were arrested and nearly as many underage trafficking victims were rescued as part of a nationwide sex sting, the FBI announced on Wednesday.

The youngest victim was 12 years old.

The effort, which is now in its ninth year, was spearheaded by the FBI and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, along with local law enforcement.

Sex trafficking: The new American slavery

“Human trafficking is a monstrous and devastating crime that steals lives and degrades our nation,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said in a statement, announcing the outcome of the sting known as Operation Cross Country.

“As a result of the FBI’s outstanding coordination and exemplary efforts alongside state and local partners during Operation Cross Country, more children will sleep safely tonight, and more wrongdoers will face the judgment of our criminal justice system,” she said.

Sex trafficking survivors use new ink to reclaim their lives

More than 3,500 sex trafficking cases were reported to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center last year alone.

Under federal law, anyone under 18 years of age induced into commercial sex is a victim of sex trafficking — regardless of whether the trafficker uses force, fraud, or coercion.

How to help sex trafficking victims in the U.S.

READ THE THINGS CAREFULLY

State prostitution

Main article: Kippumjo

The North Korean government engages in forced prostitution. Its prostitutes are known as manjokcho (만족조 “satisfaction team(s)”) and are organised as a part of the kippŭmjo, who are drafted from among 14- to 20-year-old virgins, trained for about 20 months, and often “ordered to marry guards of [Kim Jong-il] or national heroes” when they are 25 years old.[3] For a girl selected to serve in the kippŭmjo, it is impossible to refuse, even if she is the daughter of a party official.[3] Manjokcho must have sex with male high-ranking party officials. Their services are not available to most North Korean men.[3] Not all kippŭmjo work as prostitutes—the source used is unclear as to whether only adult women are assigned to prostitution, or whether there is prostitution of children; other kippŭmjo activities are massaging and half-naked singing and dancing.

NOW SEE WHAT DONALD TRUMP HAS SAID

Trump on North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un: ‘You Gotta Give Him Credit’

READ ABOUT NORTH KOREAN LEADER

http://www.businessinsider.com.au/the-interview-live-blog-2014-12

 

Trump-branded casinos have strip clubs

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/01/27/christians-cringe-at-donald-trump-s-sexy-past.html

Christians Cringe at Donald Trump’s Sexy Past
Trump’s numbers with Evangelicals are up—but not all of them are singing his praises.
Evangelical Christians, at the moment, are totally enamored with a candidate who has profited off strip clubs, cheated on his wife, and appeared on the cover of the nation’s pre-eminent porn magazine.
And to top it off, Jerry Falwell Jr.—the heir of the Moral Majority mantle—just endorsed him.
There’s plenty of explanations for conservative Christians’ Trump-lovin’ ways, and recent polling shows he’s these voters’ favorite (a new NBC poll shows him with the most support of white Evangelical Republican voters, 37 percent).

But this trend has many Evangelical leaders irate, perplexed, and hankering for some below-the-belt attacks on Trump. The time for policy analysis is over, they say—now it’s about to get Biblical, Falwell be damned.
Minutes after The Washington Post broke news of the Liberty University president’s endorsement, Russell Moore, a powerful Southern Baptist leader, subtweeted Falwell with a link to the Southern Baptist Convention’s 1998 “Resolution on Moral Character of Public Officials.”
“[W]e urge all Americans to embrace and act on the conviction that character does count in public office, and to elect those officials and candidates who, although imperfect, demonstrate consistent honesty, moral purity and the highest character,” the statement reads.
Some Evangelical leaders hope Trump’s moral character will get a little more attention in the coming days. When it comes to the mogul, there’s a ton of material to work with—and attacks like these have worked before. Allegations of sexual harassment tanked Herman Cain’s insurgent-style campaign, and a scurrilous (and untrue) whisper campaign about an affair likely played a role in John McCain’s loss to George W. Bush in 2000. The fact that Ronald Reagan got divorced even once gave many conservative primary voters pause when he first telegraphed his presidential ambitions. And to this day, most Republican presidential contenders act like caucus-goers are voting for the winner of a Bible verse memorization contest.
So far, Trump’s top foes have largely steered clear of attacking him based on his sexcapades and scandals. Even while he and Rubio lob birther-esque attacks at Ted Cruz for being born in Canada, Trump has evaded any hard-hitting criticism for his multiple marriages, casino ownership, and appearance on the cover of Playboy magazine.
A series of tweets from Sen. Ben Sasse, a freshman Republican from Nebraska, may suggest that the days of giving Trump a pass over his New York-values personal life are over.
“You brag abt many affairs w/ married women,” the senator tweeted on Jan. 24, addressing Trump. “Have you repented? To harmed children & spouses? Do you think it matters?”
In The Art of the Deal, Trump boasted about bedding other men’s wives.
“If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller,” he wrote.
Republican voters have forgiven a host of candidates for marital lapses. The process of sin, forgiveness, and redemption is an integral part of conservative Christian faith. Remember George W. Bush’s D.U.I.? Neither do Evangelical Christians—because he repented in a way they found authentic and sincere. But Trump has given zero indication that he’s sorry about his homewrecking ways. In fact, quite the contrary. The fact that at every stump speech, Trump boasts about a book wherein he boasts about sleeping with married women is—well, it’s the kind of thing that history suggests would give Iowa Republicans pause.
But, for whatever reason, Trump’s critics and questioners—Sasse exempted—have largely given him a pass on this. And many social conservatives are over it.
The fact that Trump-branded casinos have strip clubs is particularly troubling to some, including Penny Nance, who heads Concerned Women for America.
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“I think respect for women is very important, and the idea that he profited from strippers and from exploiting women we find very disturbing,” she said.
In August of 2013, the struggling Trump Taj Mahal casino became the first casino in Atlantic City, N.J., to have an in-house strip club. Trump no longer operates that casino himself, but 2014 bankruptcy filings reported by The Wall Street Journal showed he held a 5 percent stake in the stock of the company that manages it, Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc.
“The seedy underworld of strip joints and sex trafficking and prostitution are often connected, and the idea that Donald profited from the exploitation of women directly is very discouraging to me,” said Nance. “It’s a serious issue. I’m not kidding.”
And Jeff Kubler, who heads the Oregon chapter of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, said Trump’s appearance on the March 1990 cover of Playboy—next to a model wearing only his tuxedo jacket—should cause him problems with Evangelical Christian voters.
“Obviously he wasn’t exhibiting,” Kubler said. “He was just on there as a businessman—he must have done an interview or something—but that he did such a thing—it’s something I wouldn’t have done.”
“There are a number of candidates who have really strong Christian testimonies, and I don’t think Donald Trump really has one,” he added.
There may be a reason Evangelicals aren’t up in arms about his appearance on the cover of a magazine famous for nude pics.
“I would hope that many of them wouldn’t know a thing like that, except secondhand,” said Colin Hanna, president of Let Freedom Ring USA.
“Why wouldn’t it come up in a debate, come up as a news item, and let him be called to task for it with 20 million people watching,” Hanna continued, of Trump’s infidelities. “It gets at the very matter of character, of sin, of forgiveness. A mature conservative Evangelical Christian should not hold confessed sin against someone, but unconfessed sin should be a problem—a theological problem. And unadmitted sin is sort of a step beyond unconfessed sin, isn’t it?”
Trump has even indicated that he thinks the fact that he cheated on his first wife, Ivanka, is fair game for his opponents. But so far, none have bitten. And that has some social conservatives—including John Stemberger, who heads the Florida Family Policy Council—irked.
“The great Bible says many many times, ‘Do not be deceived,’ over and over again, Old and New Testament,” Stemberger said. “And he’s deceiving us.”

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES SHOULD BRING THE ENTIRE TRUTH

THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES   SHOULD CONTACT ALL THE CHURCH OFFICIALS AND MISSIONARIES IN AMERICA (

http://www.sermoncentral.com/articleb.asp?article=Top-100-Largest-Churches)  DO A LIVE CONFERENCE WITH THE CHURCH AUTHORITIES WITH EACH AND EVERY STATE OF AMERICA  BASED ON RELIGION . REVEAL THE SOURCE OF INCOME DONALD TRUMP HAS AND CANCEL HIS NOMINATION  FROM THE REPUBLICAN SIDE.

ALABAMA

ALASKA

ARKANSAS

COLORADO

GEORGIA

MASSACHUSETTS

OKLAHAMA

TENNESSEE

TEXAS

VERMOUNT

VIRGINIA

WYOMING

WHY RELIGION IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR AMERICAN MEDIA

BASED ON RELIGION WHAT ARE THE QUALITIES AMERICAN MEDIA IS LOOKING FOR A CANDIDATE

ANOTHER DIRECT QUESTION INDIANS WANT TO ASK FROM AMERICAN MEDIA.

CHRISTIANITY IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL RELIGION. ALL THESE PICTURES SHOW HOW WOMEN ARE RESPECTED .

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ON WHAT BASIS OF RELIGION OR RESPECT FOR WOMEN OR EARNING MONEY FROM STRIPPERS WHAT IS THE AMERICAN MEDIA EXPECTING FROM DONALD TRUMP.

NOW  WHAT IS THE SOURCE OF INCOME AMERICAN MEDIA KNOWS IT.

THOSE WHO ARE CORE CHRISTIANS WILL NOT RESPECT SUCH PERSON THE SHOULD KNW HOW HE IS EARNING INCOME.

AND THAT WHY INDIANS ARE ASKING QUESTIONS DIRECTLY.

WE AS INDIANS ASK A VERY DIRECT QUESTION FROM AMERICAN MEDIA

NOW WE ARE ASKING THIS QUESTION BASED ON QUALITIES OF AMERICAN PRESIDENT

NOW GIVE AMERICAN PUBLIC A DIRECT REPLY BASED ON MY QUESTION

NOW DONALD TRUMP HAS MANY STRIPPERS WORKING IN LAS VEGAS AND IN NIGHT CLUBS IN MANY PARTS OF AMERICA .

NOW AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS  FAMILIES AND WHOLE AMERICA  HAS NO ISSUE WITH THIS JOB .

SO ASK YOUR AMERICAN PEOPLE TELL THEM  . YOUR CANDIDATE TRUMP HAS TWO DAUGHTERS

IVANKA TRUMP  AND TIFFANY TRUMP  ASK YOUR AMERICAN PEOPLE TO  TO SEE THEIR FUTURE CANDIDATES DAUGHTERS WORK AS STRIPPERS FOR A MONTH IN HIS NIGHT CLUBS . ITS A DECENT JOB RIGHT  SO AMERICAN PEOPLE SHOULD SEE HIS DAUGHTERS WORK IN THESE NIGHT CLUBS AS STRIPPERS . THIS WILL ERASE THE DIFFERENCES OF JOB WHICH TRUMP IS PROMISING AND THEN ASK THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA TO VOTE FOR TRUMP.

WHY DONT YOU ASK THIS QUESTION DIRECTLY FROM AMERICAN PEOPLE .

ANSWER THIS QUESTION AND VOTE FOR ANY CANDIDATE.

http://www.forbes.com/pictures/elfl45gfll/stripping-on-the-jersey-/

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/01/27/christians-cringe-at-donald-trump-s-sexy-past.html

Christians Cringe at Donald Trump’s Sexy Past
Trump’s numbers with Evangelicals are up—but not all of them are singing his praises.
Evangelical Christians, at the moment, are totally enamored with a candidate who has profited off strip clubs, cheated on his wife, and appeared on the cover of the nation’s pre-eminent porn magazine.
And to top it off, Jerry Falwell Jr.—the heir of the Moral Majority mantle—just endorsed him.
There’s plenty of explanations for conservative Christians’ Trump-lovin’ ways, and recent polling shows he’s these voters’ favorite (a new NBC poll shows him with the most support of white Evangelical Republican voters, 37 percent).

But this trend has many Evangelical leaders irate, perplexed, and hankering for some below-the-belt attacks on Trump. The time for policy analysis is over, they say—now it’s about to get Biblical, Falwell be damned.
Minutes after The Washington Post broke news of the Liberty University president’s endorsement, Russell Moore, a powerful Southern Baptist leader, subtweeted Falwell with a link to the Southern Baptist Convention’s 1998 “Resolution on Moral Character of Public Officials.”
“[W]e urge all Americans to embrace and act on the conviction that character does count in public office, and to elect those officials and candidates who, although imperfect, demonstrate consistent honesty, moral purity and the highest character,” the statement reads.
Some Evangelical leaders hope Trump’s moral character will get a little more attention in the coming days. When it comes to the mogul, there’s a ton of material to work with—and attacks like these have worked before. Allegations of sexual harassment tanked Herman Cain’s insurgent-style campaign, and a scurrilous (and untrue) whisper campaign about an affair likely played a role in John McCain’s loss to George W. Bush in 2000. The fact that Ronald Reagan got divorced even once gave many conservative primary voters pause when he first telegraphed his presidential ambitions. And to this day, most Republican presidential contenders act like caucus-goers are voting for the winner of a Bible verse memorization contest.
So far, Trump’s top foes have largely steered clear of attacking him based on his sexcapades and scandals. Even while he and Rubio lob birther-esque attacks at Ted Cruz for being born in Canada, Trump has evaded any hard-hitting criticism for his multiple marriages, casino ownership, and appearance on the cover of Playboy magazine.
A series of tweets from Sen. Ben Sasse, a freshman Republican from Nebraska, may suggest that the days of giving Trump a pass over his New York-values personal life are over.
“You brag abt many affairs w/ married women,” the senator tweeted on Jan. 24, addressing Trump. “Have you repented? To harmed children & spouses? Do you think it matters?”
In The Art of the Deal, Trump boasted about bedding other men’s wives.
“If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller,” he wrote.
Republican voters have forgiven a host of candidates for marital lapses. The process of sin, forgiveness, and redemption is an integral part of conservative Christian faith. Remember George W. Bush’s D.U.I.? Neither do Evangelical Christians—because he repented in a way they found authentic and sincere. But Trump has given zero indication that he’s sorry about his homewrecking ways. In fact, quite the contrary. The fact that at every stump speech, Trump boasts about a book wherein he boasts about sleeping with married women is—well, it’s the kind of thing that history suggests would give Iowa Republicans pause.
But, for whatever reason, Trump’s critics and questioners—Sasse exempted—have largely given him a pass on this. And many social conservatives are over it.
The fact that Trump-branded casinos have strip clubs is particularly troubling to some, including Penny Nance, who heads Concerned Women for America.
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“I think respect for women is very important, and the idea that he profited from strippers and from exploiting women we find very disturbing,” she said.
In August of 2013, the struggling Trump Taj Mahal casino became the first casino in Atlantic City, N.J., to have an in-house strip club. Trump no longer operates that casino himself, but 2014 bankruptcy filings reported by The Wall Street Journal showed he held a 5 percent stake in the stock of the company that manages it, Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc.
“The seedy underworld of strip joints and sex trafficking and prostitution are often connected, and the idea that Donald profited from the exploitation of women directly is very discouraging to me,” said Nance. “It’s a serious issue. I’m not kidding.”
And Jeff Kubler, who heads the Oregon chapter of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, said Trump’s appearance on the March 1990 cover of Playboy—next to a model wearing only his tuxedo jacket—should cause him problems with Evangelical Christian voters.
“Obviously he wasn’t exhibiting,” Kubler said. “He was just on there as a businessman—he must have done an interview or something—but that he did such a thing—it’s something I wouldn’t have done.”
“There are a number of candidates who have really strong Christian testimonies, and I don’t think Donald Trump really has one,” he added.
There may be a reason Evangelicals aren’t up in arms about his appearance on the cover of a magazine famous for nude pics.
“I would hope that many of them wouldn’t know a thing like that, except secondhand,” said Colin Hanna, president of Let Freedom Ring USA.
“Why wouldn’t it come up in a debate, come up as a news item, and let him be called to task for it with 20 million people watching,” Hanna continued, of Trump’s infidelities. “It gets at the very matter of character, of sin, of forgiveness. A mature conservative Evangelical Christian should not hold confessed sin against someone, but unconfessed sin should be a problem—a theological problem. And unadmitted sin is sort of a step beyond unconfessed sin, isn’t it?”
Trump has even indicated that he thinks the fact that he cheated on his first wife, Ivanka, is fair game for his opponents. But so far, none have bitten. And that has some social conservatives—including John Stemberger, who heads the Florida Family Policy Council—irked.
“The great Bible says many many times, ‘Do not be deceived,’ over and over again, Old and New Testament,” Stemberger said. “And he’s deceiving us.”

WHY RELIGION IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR AMERICAN MEDIA

BASED ON RELIGION WHAT ARE THE QUALITIES AMERICAN MEDIA IS LOOKING FOR A CANDIDATE

ANOTHER DIRECT QUESTION INDIANS WANT TO ASK FROM AMERICAN MEDIA.

CHRISTIANITY IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL RELIGION. ALL THESE PICTURES SHOW HOW WOMEN ARE RESPECTED .

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SEARCH FOR MARY AND CHRIST

https://www.google.co.in/search?q=mary+and+christ&biw=1517&bih=741&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjb_cyKnJrLAhWFGo4KHZyxBzgQ_AUIBigB&dpr=0.9

ON WHAT BASIS OF RELIGION OR RESPECT FOR WOMEN OR EARNING MONEY FROM STRIPPERS WHAT IS THE AMERICAN MEDIA EXPECTING FROM DONALD TRUMP.

NOW  WHAT IS THE SOURCE OF INCOME AMERICAN MEDIA KNOWS IT.

THOSE WHO ARE CORE CHRISTIANS WILL NOT RESPECT SUCH PERSON THE SHOULD KNW HOW HE IS EARNING INCOME.

AND THAT WHY INDIANS ARE ASKING QUESTIONS DIRECTLY.

https://kavidhakrishnamoorthi559.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/we-as-indians-ask-a-very-direct-question-from-american-media/

NOW WE ARE ASKING THIS QUESTION BASED ON QUALITIES OF AMERICAN PRESIDENT

NOW GIVE AMERICAN PUBLIC A DIRECT REPLY BASED ON MY QUESTION

 

NOW DONALD TRUMP HAS MANY STRIPPERS WORKING IN LAS VEGAS AND IN NIGHT CLUBS IN MANY PARTS OF AMERICA .

NOW AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS  FAMILIES AND WHOLE AMERICA  HAS NO ISSUE WITH THIS JOB .

SO ASK YOUR AMERICAN PEOPLE TELL THEM  . YOUR CANDIDATE TRUMP HAS TWO DAUGHTERS

IVANKA TRUMP  AND TIFFANY TRUMP  ASK YOUR AMERICAN PEOPLE TO  TO SEE THEIR FUTURE CANDIDATES DAUGHTERS WORK AS STRIPPERS FOR A MONTH IN HIS NIGHT CLUBS . ITS A DECENT JOB RIGHT  SO AMERICAN PEOPLE SHOULD SEE HIS DAUGHTERS WORK IN THESE NIGHT CLUBS AS STRIPPERS . THIS WILL ERASE THE DIFFERENCES OF JOB WHICH TRUMP IS PROMISING AND THEN ASK THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA TO VOTE FOR TRUMP.

WHY DONT YOU ASK THIS QUESTION DIRECTLY FROM AMERICAN PEOPLE .

ANSWER THIS QUESTION AND VOTE FOR ANY CANDIDATE.

 

http://www.forbes.com/pictures/elfl45gfll/stripping-on-the-jersey-/

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/01/27/christians-cringe-at-donald-trump-s-sexy-past.html

Christians Cringe at Donald Trump’s Sexy Past
Trump’s numbers with Evangelicals are up—but not all of them are singing his praises.
Evangelical Christians, at the moment, are totally enamored with a candidate who has profited off strip clubs, cheated on his wife, and appeared on the cover of the nation’s pre-eminent porn magazine.
And to top it off, Jerry Falwell Jr.—the heir of the Moral Majority mantle—just endorsed him.
There’s plenty of explanations for conservative Christians’ Trump-lovin’ ways, and recent polling shows he’s these voters’ favorite (a new NBC poll shows him with the most support of white Evangelical Republican voters, 37 percent).

But this trend has many Evangelical leaders irate, perplexed, and hankering for some below-the-belt attacks on Trump. The time for policy analysis is over, they say—now it’s about to get Biblical, Falwell be damned.
Minutes after The Washington Post broke news of the Liberty University president’s endorsement, Russell Moore, a powerful Southern Baptist leader, subtweeted Falwell with a link to the Southern Baptist Convention’s 1998 “Resolution on Moral Character of Public Officials.”
“[W]e urge all Americans to embrace and act on the conviction that character does count in public office, and to elect those officials and candidates who, although imperfect, demonstrate consistent honesty, moral purity and the highest character,” the statement reads.
Some Evangelical leaders hope Trump’s moral character will get a little more attention in the coming days. When it comes to the mogul, there’s a ton of material to work with—and attacks like these have worked before. Allegations of sexual harassment tanked Herman Cain’s insurgent-style campaign, and a scurrilous (and untrue) whisper campaign about an affair likely played a role in John McCain’s loss to George W. Bush in 2000. The fact that Ronald Reagan got divorced even once gave many conservative primary voters pause when he first telegraphed his presidential ambitions. And to this day, most Republican presidential contenders act like caucus-goers are voting for the winner of a Bible verse memorization contest.
So far, Trump’s top foes have largely steered clear of attacking him based on his sexcapades and scandals. Even while he and Rubio lob birther-esque attacks at Ted Cruz for being born in Canada, Trump has evaded any hard-hitting criticism for his multiple marriages, casino ownership, and appearance on the cover of Playboy magazine.
A series of tweets from Sen. Ben Sasse, a freshman Republican from Nebraska, may suggest that the days of giving Trump a pass over his New York-values personal life are over.
“You brag abt many affairs w/ married women,” the senator tweeted on Jan. 24, addressing Trump. “Have you repented? To harmed children & spouses? Do you think it matters?”
In The Art of the Deal, Trump boasted about bedding other men’s wives.
“If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller,” he wrote.
Republican voters have forgiven a host of candidates for marital lapses. The process of sin, forgiveness, and redemption is an integral part of conservative Christian faith. Remember George W. Bush’s D.U.I.? Neither do Evangelical Christians—because he repented in a way they found authentic and sincere. But Trump has given zero indication that he’s sorry about his homewrecking ways. In fact, quite the contrary. The fact that at every stump speech, Trump boasts about a book wherein he boasts about sleeping with married women is—well, it’s the kind of thing that history suggests would give Iowa Republicans pause.
But, for whatever reason, Trump’s critics and questioners—Sasse exempted—have largely given him a pass on this. And many social conservatives are over it.
The fact that Trump-branded casinos have strip clubs is particularly troubling to some, including Penny Nance, who heads Concerned Women for America.
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“I think respect for women is very important, and the idea that he profited from strippers and from exploiting women we find very disturbing,” she said.
In August of 2013, the struggling Trump Taj Mahal casino became the first casino in Atlantic City, N.J., to have an in-house strip club. Trump no longer operates that casino himself, but 2014 bankruptcy filings reported by The Wall Street Journal showed he held a 5 percent stake in the stock of the company that manages it, Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc.
“The seedy underworld of strip joints and sex trafficking and prostitution are often connected, and the idea that Donald profited from the exploitation of women directly is very discouraging to me,” said Nance. “It’s a serious issue. I’m not kidding.”
And Jeff Kubler, who heads the Oregon chapter of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, said Trump’s appearance on the March 1990 cover of Playboy—next to a model wearing only his tuxedo jacket—should cause him problems with Evangelical Christian voters.
“Obviously he wasn’t exhibiting,” Kubler said. “He was just on there as a businessman—he must have done an interview or something—but that he did such a thing—it’s something I wouldn’t have done.”
“There are a number of candidates who have really strong Christian testimonies, and I don’t think Donald Trump really has one,” he added.
There may be a reason Evangelicals aren’t up in arms about his appearance on the cover of a magazine famous for nude pics.
“I would hope that many of them wouldn’t know a thing like that, except secondhand,” said Colin Hanna, president of Let Freedom Ring USA.
“Why wouldn’t it come up in a debate, come up as a news item, and let him be called to task for it with 20 million people watching,” Hanna continued, of Trump’s infidelities. “It gets at the very matter of character, of sin, of forgiveness. A mature conservative Evangelical Christian should not hold confessed sin against someone, but unconfessed sin should be a problem—a theological problem. And unadmitted sin is sort of a step beyond unconfessed sin, isn’t it?”
Trump has even indicated that he thinks the fact that he cheated on his first wife, Ivanka, is fair game for his opponents. But so far, none have bitten. And that has some social conservatives—including John Stemberger, who heads the Florida Family Policy Council—irked.
“The great Bible says many many times, ‘Do not be deceived,’ over and over again, Old and New Testament,” Stemberger said. “And he’s deceiving us.”

 

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