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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Proposed Strategy for Trump Even If the Ironies Will Go Over People’s Heads

Trump’s policies in favor of free enterprise and freedom of speech and in favor of all the Amendments to and protections of the U.S. Constitution and Trump’s positions against terrorists and criminals and repressions of freedom of thought

Proposed Strategy for Trump Even If the Ironies Will Go Over People’s Heads



Trump may have inadvertently hurt his cause by saying too much, from time to time, and not always in a politically incorrect way (deemed politically correct by most people),  but one 4-letter word he has hardly ever used is “even” followed by the 2-letter word “if.” If used properly, and in enough contexts, these two words, “even if,” have the potential to even the score or to catapult Trump over the top.
Denying that Trump improperly touched a number of women some years ago when a private citizen (unlike Bill Clinton who clearly did so when he was an attorney general and a president) is counterproductive since, even in the best case scenario, taking Trump at his word, he may not have improperly touched SOME of the women who made their claims, and possibly did touch some but forgot. What Trump must subtly – or overtly – clarify is that EVEN IF he may have improperly touched some or even all of the women, he generally treats women well; women generally get good jobs and good benefits at his companies, more of them get high-ranking jobs at his construction companies than other women at virtually all other construction companies, and these ACTIONS are more important to most women than the possibility that he may have improperly touched maybe one in a thousand young women he came across.
EVEN IF Trump did indeed insult some women, over the years, it may be noted that, by comparison, 15 of the 16 presidential candidates Trump insulted earlier this year were men, so the argument that Trump’s insults to a few women in the general population in the course of a few decades reflect misogyny simply do not hold up, in context.
Trump’s focusing on law and order and/or stop and frisk will not endear Trump to many members of the minority community, so Trump should be saying that EVEN IFmembers of minorities may not like these policies when improperly used to justify police brutality, law and order when applied with respect BY police officers who are minorities or who are respectful of minorities will lower crime perpetrated against minorities. EVEN IF stop and frisk when imposed improperly in New York was declared unconstitutional, the Supreme Court has ruled that stop and frisk when applied with reasonable cause and in a reasonable and respectful manner is indeed constitutional – and helpful in reducing crime— and would indeed lead to the removal of dangerous weapons from criminals and the savings of lives of members of minorities and majorities.
EVEN IF black lives matter – and they certainly do— the number of black lives lost as a result of white police officers killing black suspects without provocation is minute compared to the number of blacks who are killed by other blacks when police officers aren’t around to save the black victims,—or are too afraid to intervene, lest they be falsely accused of brutality. Terrorist bombings, and possible nuclear bombings and weapons of mass destruction have the potential to kill far more blacks than some rogue, trigger happy, or just improperly impulsive police officers. Trump’s policies in fighting, pre-empting, or preventing wholesale multiple mass murders with or without weapons of mass destruction are much tougher on foreign terrorists than on local African-Americans.
EVEN IF most Mexicans who cross the border into the United States are law abiding and actually help factories and farmers make payrolls and profits, some cross into the United States illegally, and some of these individuals bring dangerous drugs and commit violent crimes. EVEN IF the number of illegal drug pushers and violent criminals is small – which is debatable—the victims of these crimes would be the first to point out that had the criminals not been permitted into the country, the victims and their families would never have become victims and would still be healthy and happy – and alive.
EVEN IF most gay people do not bother heterosexual people, some jurisdictions force some Bible followers, under certain circumstances, to serve these gay people or go to jail or lose their jobs and licenses just because of their interpretation of Biblical passages which have prohibited gay marriages throughout the centuries and the millennia and did so by American law and most international laws until after Barak Obama was first elected president, so punishing people for upholding principles held by Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton until recently – and the Bible even now—is wrong, and even insulting to Obama and Hillary, in a way.
EVEN IF Trump insulted a disabled news reporter on one occasion for allegedly denying something Trump believed the reporter had said, and Trump made some kind of a motion with his hands, while insulting him, this did not constitute an insult of DISABLED PEOPLE, as a group, or even as individuals, because (1) The disability of that reporter did not involve the kind of hand motions Trump made, (2) Trump used these hand motions when insulting perfectly healthy people who Trump criticized, such as Ted Cruz, (3) Trump even used these hand motions when self-deprecating himself, so (4) the allegation that Trump thereby was insulting disabled people is nothing more than a trumped up charge with no validity. Hillary and all others in the media and privately who accuse Trump of insensitivity to people with disabilities should apologize, especially if their accusations are based largely on this single incident.
EVEN IF Trump indirectly insulted the mother of a Muslim veteran on one occasion, after the veteran’s father attempted to very directly and publicly humiliate Trump at the Democratic National Convention,
  1. the insult to Mrs. Khan was directed against Muslims in general for relegating their women to a place in the background, and if anything showed Trump’s sensitivity to the rights of women in general and was a criticism of Muslims for not giving women equal rights and an equal place in the sun;
  2. (Trump never insulted the son of the mother he most indirectly insulted.
  3. Trump did not insult the veteran’s father, either;
  4. Trump specifically praised the veteran in the family as a hero;
  5. the veteran’s father, it turned out, made a living helping aliens become citizens;
  6. the veteran’s father had ties to Hillary before the convention;
  7. the veteran’s father falsely accused Trump of never having sacrificed for his country, knowing that unlike most politicians, Trump could have lived out his life as a rich and powerful man, with a generally untarnished brand name worth millions if not billions in itself, but instead sacrificed his career and his time and energy – and possibly his successful business—by running for president to save the United States from its slide away from capitalism and away from various freedoms of speech and thought based on political incorrectness disguised as political correctness, and Trump risked his life and the lives of members of his family by becoming targets of violence and death threats.
Mr. Khan, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, and most members of the media should apologize to Trump for their distortions of what Trump said, and their fabrications of what Trump did not say.
EVEN IF Trump originally called for a temporary ban on letting Muslims into the country until an effective system would be devised and implemented to ensure that predatory “lone wolf” and ISIS terrorists would not be let into the country, (1) Trump later revised his plan to temporarily ban people based on the COUNTRIES from which they emanate that are hotbeds of terrorism; (2) the proposed ban is intended to be temporary; (3) the proposed ban is not as sweeping as the permanent bans of Jews escaping the holocaust who sought refuge in the United States and were denied entry by President Roosevelt, a liberal Democrat who also interned American citizens of Japanese descent during World War II; (4) Trump does not and never advocated interning Muslims in concentration camps in America, nor was the ban as bad as what President Carter, a Democrat did, when Carter not only did not let Iranians into the United States but deported Iranians, at some point, just because of their country of origin, something Trump never advocated. (5) Trump encourages the intelligent policy of increasing intelligence in this country to reduce the number of people who would commit mass murder, with or without weapons of mass destruction, and by doing so, Trump advocates saving the lives of innocent Muslims along with the lives of members of other religions and the lives of those who profess to observe no religion who believe that all the complex organisms, plants and animals in the world, and all of their complex DNA compositions and reproductive systems came about without intelligent design.

EVEN IF 
Trump insulted John McCain by saying that he (Trump) preferred honoring soldiers who were not captured, (1) this was not an insult of soldiers who were captured, but simply a statement that a person who performed an act of heroism, such as the Khan soldier referred to above, deserves more acclaim than a person who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, when fighting for his country, and was captured for this reason. (3) Trump immediately declared that McCain was indeed a hero, right after making the original comment that Trump immediately realized would be misinterpreted and distorted. (3) McCain actually became a hero not so much for being captured but for refusing to accept an offer of freedom unless he would insult America or be freed without his comrades in arms.  (4) Trump also felt that McCain didn’t do enough to help other veterans.
Above all, EVEN IF Trump insulted these categories of people and more, Trump’s policies in favor of free enterprise and freedom of speech and in favor of all the Amendments to and protections of the U.S. Constitution and Trump’s positions against terrorists and criminals and repressions of freedom of thought would benefit all of the categories of people Trump allegedly insulted far more than the insults might have hurt them or their successors and supporters.


By Ron A. Y. Rich 

Trump’s policies in favor of free enterprise and freedom of speech and in favor of all the Amendments to and protections of the U.S. Constitution and Trump’s positions against terrorists and criminals and repressions of freedom of thought

Proposed Strategy for Trump Even If the Ironies Will Go Over People’s Heads



Trump may have inadvertently hurt his cause by saying too much, from time to time, and not always in a politically incorrect way (deemed politically correct by most people),  but one 4-letter word he has hardly ever used is “even” followed by the 2-letter word “if.” If used properly, and in enough contexts, these two words, “even if,” have the potential to even the score or to catapult Trump over the top.
Denying that Trump improperly touched a number of women some years ago when a private citizen (unlike Bill Clinton who clearly did so when he was an attorney general and a president) is counterproductive since, even in the best case scenario, taking Trump at his word, he may not have improperly touched SOME of the women who made their claims, and possibly did touch some but forgot. What Trump must subtly – or overtly – clarify is that EVEN IF he may have improperly touched some or even all of the women, he generally treats women well; women generally get good jobs and good benefits at his companies, more of them get high-ranking jobs at his construction companies than other women at virtually all other construction companies, and these ACTIONS are more important to most women than the possibility that he may have improperly touched maybe one in a thousand young women he came across.
EVEN IF Trump did indeed insult some women, over the years, it may be noted that, by comparison, 15 of the 16 presidential candidates Trump insulted earlier this year were men, so the argument that Trump’s insults to a few women in the general population in the course of a few decades reflect misogyny simply do not hold up, in context.
Trump’s focusing on law and order and/or stop and frisk will not endear Trump to many members of the minority community, so Trump should be saying that EVEN IFmembers of minorities may not like these policies when improperly used to justify police brutality, law and order when applied with respect BY police officers who are minorities or who are respectful of minorities will lower crime perpetrated against minorities. EVEN IF stop and frisk when imposed improperly in New York was declared unconstitutional, the Supreme Court has ruled that stop and frisk when applied with reasonable cause and in a reasonable and respectful manner is indeed constitutional – and helpful in reducing crime— and would indeed lead to the removal of dangerous weapons from criminals and the savings of lives of members of minorities and majorities.
EVEN IF black lives matter – and they certainly do— the number of black lives lost as a result of white police officers killing black suspects without provocation is minute compared to the number of blacks who are killed by other blacks when police officers aren’t around to save the black victims,—or are too afraid to intervene, lest they be falsely accused of brutality. Terrorist bombings, and possible nuclear bombings and weapons of mass destruction have the potential to kill far more blacks than some rogue, trigger happy, or just improperly impulsive police officers. Trump’s policies in fighting, pre-empting, or preventing wholesale multiple mass murders with or without weapons of mass destruction are much tougher on foreign terrorists than on local African-Americans.
EVEN IF most Mexicans who cross the border into the United States are law abiding and actually help factories and farmers make payrolls and profits, some cross into the United States illegally, and some of these individuals bring dangerous drugs and commit violent crimes. EVEN IF the number of illegal drug pushers and violent criminals is small – which is debatable—the victims of these crimes would be the first to point out that had the criminals not been permitted into the country, the victims and their families would never have become victims and would still be healthy and happy – and alive.
EVEN IF most gay people do not bother heterosexual people, some jurisdictions force some Bible followers, under certain circumstances, to serve these gay people or go to jail or lose their jobs and licenses just because of their interpretation of Biblical passages which have prohibited gay marriages throughout the centuries and the millennia and did so by American law and most international laws until after Barak Obama was first elected president, so punishing people for upholding principles held by Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton until recently – and the Bible even now—is wrong, and even insulting to Obama and Hillary, in a way.
EVEN IF Trump insulted a disabled news reporter on one occasion for allegedly denying something Trump believed the reporter had said, and Trump made some kind of a motion with his hands, while insulting him, this did not constitute an insult of DISABLED PEOPLE, as a group, or even as individuals, because (1) The disability of that reporter did not involve the kind of hand motions Trump made, (2) Trump used these hand motions when insulting perfectly healthy people who Trump criticized, such as Ted Cruz, (3) Trump even used these hand motions when self-deprecating himself, so (4) the allegation that Trump thereby was insulting disabled people is nothing more than a trumped up charge with no validity. Hillary and all others in the media and privately who accuse Trump of insensitivity to people with disabilities should apologize, especially if their accusations are based largely on this single incident.
EVEN IF Trump indirectly insulted the mother of a Muslim veteran on one occasion, after the veteran’s father attempted to very directly and publicly humiliate Trump at the Democratic National Convention,
  1. the insult to Mrs. Khan was directed against Muslims in general for relegating their women to a place in the background, and if anything showed Trump’s sensitivity to the rights of women in general and was a criticism of Muslims for not giving women equal rights and an equal place in the sun;
  2. (Trump never insulted the son of the mother he most indirectly insulted.
  3. Trump did not insult the veteran’s father, either;
  4. Trump specifically praised the veteran in the family as a hero;
  5. the veteran’s father, it turned out, made a living helping aliens become citizens;
  6. the veteran’s father had ties to Hillary before the convention;
  7. the veteran’s father falsely accused Trump of never having sacrificed for his country, knowing that unlike most politicians, Trump could have lived out his life as a rich and powerful man, with a generally untarnished brand name worth millions if not billions in itself, but instead sacrificed his career and his time and energy – and possibly his successful business—by running for president to save the United States from its slide away from capitalism and away from various freedoms of speech and thought based on political incorrectness disguised as political correctness, and Trump risked his life and the lives of members of his family by becoming targets of violence and death threats.
Mr. Khan, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, and most members of the media should apologize to Trump for their distortions of what Trump said, and their fabrications of what Trump did not say.
EVEN IF Trump originally called for a temporary ban on letting Muslims into the country until an effective system would be devised and implemented to ensure that predatory “lone wolf” and ISIS terrorists would not be let into the country, (1) Trump later revised his plan to temporarily ban people based on the COUNTRIES from which they emanate that are hotbeds of terrorism; (2) the proposed ban is intended to be temporary; (3) the proposed ban is not as sweeping as the permanent bans of Jews escaping the holocaust who sought refuge in the United States and were denied entry by President Roosevelt, a liberal Democrat who also interned American citizens of Japanese descent during World War II; (4) Trump does not and never advocated interning Muslims in concentration camps in America, nor was the ban as bad as what President Carter, a Democrat did, when Carter not only did not let Iranians into the United States but deported Iranians, at some point, just because of their country of origin, something Trump never advocated. (5) Trump encourages the intelligent policy of increasing intelligence in this country to reduce the number of people who would commit mass murder, with or without weapons of mass destruction, and by doing so, Trump advocates saving the lives of innocent Muslims along with the lives of members of other religions and the lives of those who profess to observe no religion who believe that all the complex organisms, plants and animals in the world, and all of their complex DNA compositions and reproductive systems came about without intelligent design.

EVEN IF 
Trump insulted John McCain by saying that he (Trump) preferred honoring soldiers who were not captured, (1) this was not an insult of soldiers who were captured, but simply a statement that a person who performed an act of heroism, such as the Khan soldier referred to above, deserves more acclaim than a person who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, when fighting for his country, and was captured for this reason. (3) Trump immediately declared that McCain was indeed a hero, right after making the original comment that Trump immediately realized would be misinterpreted and distorted. (3) McCain actually became a hero not so much for being captured but for refusing to accept an offer of freedom unless he would insult America or be freed without his comrades in arms.  (4) Trump also felt that McCain didn’t do enough to help other veterans.
Above all, EVEN IF Trump insulted these categories of people and more, Trump’s policies in favor of free enterprise and freedom of speech and in favor of all the Amendments to and protections of the U.S. Constitution and Trump’s positions against terrorists and criminals and repressions of freedom of thought would benefit all of the categories of people Trump allegedly insulted far more than the insults might have hurt them or their successors and supporters.


By Ron A. Y. Rich 


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