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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

"Trump and the race for President, a nasty one fueled by the media..."'Carrie Kneubuhl-Eckert' (Guest-blogger)

Welcome dakinetalk's newest guest-blogger
Carrie Kneubuhl-Eckert  whom currently 

resides in  La Quinta, California.
Formerly  a resident of Kapa'a Kaua'i for 5 years.
Carrie is an artist and animal rights activist.
 Carrie prides herself with being friends to people that are friendly to others.
 She is Republican and proud of it.
Her family has served for the United States in many capacities over the years.
Many of her friends work for the U.S.government as well.

Trump and the race for President, a nasty one fueled by the media

The race for president of the United States is not a volleyball game against the republican and democrats. Everyone should want to work together so everyone wins. Everyone wants a nominee that they think is best for the country.

These people who criticize others who don’t like the same candidate as them, are no better than the man they dislike, Trump. The only
difference is, it came out of their mouth and not Trumps. You people that say because you support Trump you are
a racist, a misogynist, and a person that does not tolerate religions. (See my letter to the editor April 6th and 7th). 
Trump supporters not the ones in the wrong
That is BS. You cannot make assumptions like that. That is a weak analogy. I have friends that are not exactly like me and
do not believe in everything I do. I don’t eat pork, veal or lamb. Does that mean I only hang out with people of the same?

You say well, " I am not running for president. He should have higher standards". But why can't we support a person that speaks like we do? We are voting for whom we want to. Some of you say, Trump is not a politician. (Thank God!). 

Our founding fathers were not career politicians. Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were true entrepreneurs before the word was in use. The men, who wrote the Declaration of Independence and were Presidents, ran their own businesses. They were lawyers, writers, inventors, soldiers, schoolteachers, tailors and doctors. John Hancock was a " gentleman of good birth" who inherited
significant fortunes and became an entrepreneur.

Those of you readers who say unkind words to Trump supporters like Kimo in his blog or letter's to the editor. Your words of intimidation are a sad reflection of yourself. He chooses to exercise his right to support the candidate he wishes. That is HIS and everyones right, and that is called democracy.

I want to share a letter from a friend of mine who has more national security information than any of you professional letter writers and has worked in the government all their lives. I respect these people and their intelligence. This comes from their friend that has known Donald Trump since his military days.
The letter reads as follows;

"As a business, we do not like to get involved in politics. As soon as we endorse one side, we risk alienating everyone on the other side. Also, our employees and staff are, themselves, on both sides.
 Politics is not our game. However, Justice is!

If you saw a guy get publicly smeared, and you knew him well from the days you were friends and seniors together in high school, if you knew him to be a decent and honest man, would you want to say something? This is why I need to share what I know.

I was aghast at watching last night's debate. It was a set-up. The moderators, Cruz, and Rubio were all like little alligators trying to take a bite out of Trump. Yes, Donald Trump has had some failures, but he has been exceedingly successful. None of this came out. Instead, there was a general attack. Rubio simply makes up lies. He 
pretends that Trump has small hands and makes fun of him for something, which isn't even real. He pretends that Donald wets his pants, and makes fun of him, as though it was true, and then he calls Donald Trump a "Bully."

I am not suggesting that you should vote or not vote for anyone. I just need to defend a former friend who is being smeared.
Like Donald Trump, I attended New York Military Academy ("NYMA") for high school. In fact, in our senior year, together, Donald was my captain, and I was his 1st Platoon Sergeant. I sometimes joke that I ran his first company for him, Company
"A."People don't really change much from the ages of 17 and 18, and I know this guy. I know him to be a good decent guy. We lived and breathed an Honor Code in those years. It wasn't just a rule. It was our way of life. Neither Donald, nor any other cadet who graduated with us would ever lie, cheat, or steal from a fellow cadet.

These values became irreversibly intertwined in the fabric of our personalities, of who we are.

Of the 99 guys (no girls in those days) in our class, there is not one who I know who has a bad word to say about Donald Trump. Think of it. With all the jealousies, which arise in high school and thereafter, with all the potential envy, not one of us has
anything other than positive memories of this man. How could we?

 He was an "A" student, a top athlete, and as a leader, he was highly respected. We never feared
him, yet we never wanted to disappoint him. He had our respect. He was never abigot in any way, shape or form. He only hates those who hate. Of course hedenounces the KKK.

As to the discussion with the New York Times, it is his choice to release the 'off the record' remarks. However, if he does, it opens the door for all political opposition to make that demand for everyone, and that means that our press will never get those
'off the record' remarks which help them to understand the realities of the campaign.

Moreover, the idea that Donald Trump confessed some alternate theory of his position is preposterous. Can anyone believe that all those NY Times reporters are walking around knowing some deep dark nasty secret about a guy who is seeking an endorsement?

The Republican establishment is afraid of Donald Trump. Why? They are afraid that he will lose to Hillary. They don't hate Donald. They hate her. They are so fearful that they fail to see that by expanding the base of voters for Trump, he is more likely
to win.

Watching the chorus of whiners, decriers, denigrators, and self-righteous put-down experts from so many directions, from Mitt Romney, to Megyn Kelly, Little Mario, it has to make you wonder. Why? Why are so many people so angry with Donald Trump, that they are lying, name calling, ridiculing, and demeaning him as they do?

Either they are afraid, or they know him to be evil.
This is why I feel the need to speak out at this time. I know this man. He is a lot of things, but he is not evil. He is a decent honest guy who loves this country, and who is willing to sacrifice so much of what is left of his life, because he knows that this country needs to be fixed, and that it is going to require someone who can do the
job. He just doesn't see anything around him other than political hacks, so he is willing to take this huge responsibility.

I'm not saying that he is the only one who can do the job. My point is simply as tohis motivation and his goodness.
This next decade is going to be one of major changes. We all see the climate changing, and the world food supply is getting lower. Our fish stock around the world is running low. Oil prices will cause countries to fail. The Middle East is beyond repair,
and we have become weak and ineffective around the world. Donald Trump sees the issues and knows that he can assemble leaders who would have the best chance of  fixing things. This is why he is running. He does not need it for his own aggrandizement. He doesn't need another big jet or to take up residence in the
White House. He just wants things to be fixed, and he knows that the politicians won't fix anything.

I knew Donald Trump and was close to him in our senior year in high school. I just want you to know that there is nothing to fear from him. His character is as good as
it gets. He is a patriot, taking on a heroic task, and being thanked by massive abuse. If you want to see a true reflection of a man, look at his children. Need I say more?"
Just trying to be funny here!
Is that Hillary?  ;-)

So to all you nasty letter writers. Unless you have accomplished and done as much for this country. Maybe you should keep you “Maha shut. Get out and do something
productive instead of writing hate letters to your fellow Kaua'ians. Leave the nasty
politics to the politicians.
Carrie Eckert is an artist
and currently resides in
La Quinta, California.

More dakinetalk reading on Donald Trump;
1-Trump supporters must come out of the closet! (Kimo's world #118)
2-Trump, the election and the Jewish connection...(Kimo's world #119)
3-Trump-fulling... (Kimo's world #120)
4-A poem about Donald J. Trump...

Check out Trump hiring a black woman veteran right on the spot, this is remarkable;

The Garden News published Trump-Fulling under a different title on on March 29, 2016!

The Garden News also published this column of mine on Trump back on  March 10, 2016
"Trump supporters must come out of the closet."

The Garden Island News also published Carrie's opinion article supporting
my column on Donald Trump back April  6th and 7th, 2016;
"Trump supporters not the ones in the wrong."
April 7th Below;
April 6th below;

Alice Monaghan also had a  letter of support for Trump in the 04-12-16
edition of The Garden Island news, 
"Trump not the one spreading ill will"

Carrie has another Letter to the editor published  April  17,2016 in the Garden Island News;
"Let’s do without all the insults"

 Kimo's blog,"Trump, the election and the Jewish connection," appeared 04-28-16 in the Garden Island News;

Hana Hou, (Encore) Shared From Facebook

My all time favorite election meme.
 The camera angle just happened to be in the right angle,
coincidence or what? I can just hear Rod Serling saying,
"Imagine yourself, watching Hillary Clinton and all you see is the word
 'Liar,' your next stop, The Twilight Zone!"