A Path To A Brokered Election

Subject: Look At The Numbers Michiganians

Kasich-RubioA vote for Rubio or Kasich in Michigan is a vote for a RINO brokered convention. Look at the numbers.

Rubio will not win Florida! Why? Northern Florida…aka the “red neck riviera”, will probably go for Trump. Southern Florida, which is predominantly Cuban Americans, will go for Cruz. Why? Rubio’s support for amnesty and immigration reform allowing more Mexicans and Puerto Ricans and other non Cuban “Hispanics” into the U.S. will be his downfall.

Cubans trace their heritage back to mother Spain as do the Argentines and Chileans. They are the true Hispanics. Lyndon Johnson bastardized and generalized the term Hispanic to mean all persons living in Latin America. There is significant bias and prejudice in Southern Florida between Cuban Americans and Mexicans, Puerto Ricans and other Latin American cultures that do not derive their heritage and roots from mother Spain. They are predominantly perceived by Cubans as indigenous Indians.

Yes, there is racism within the “Latin American (aka) Hispanic culture”. How do I know? I lived and worked in south Miami for three years among Cuban Americans whose families were displaced during the Castro revolution. I also lived there during the Mariel boat lift and traveled throughout Latin America and saw the racial and cultural bias first hand. Yes, there is a definite class structure, bias and cultural prejudice within the perceived “Hispanic Community” in Florida and elsewhere. In addition there are many retired northerners in Florida who will probably support Trump, Cruz or Kasich. It will be a tight election but Rubio will lose Florida because of his support for amnesty. Sounds counter-intuitive, but you have to appreciate the intensity of the bias and prejudice within the alleged Hispanic community, and the differences in the cultural work ethics between the Cuban community and the non Cuban aka other “Hispanic” cultures.

Why waste a vote in Michigan for someone who doesn’t have a snow ball chance in hell of winning the nomination and create the possibility of a brokered convention. It is time to give the RINO Republicans in Michigan who have endorsed Rubio and Mitt Romney the middle finger. FULL DISCLOSURE: I voted for Cruz via absentee ballot. The attached video of CRUZ’s speech before CPAC may give you a better understanding of his ideology than the 90 second sound bytes from the televised Republican debates.

One last thought. Do you remember 2012 when the Michigan elite disenfranchised Santorum of his win via questionable election rules interpretation? The only way this country will recover its true course and cultural heritage is via rational thought, the rule of reason, adherence to our founding documents and purging Washington AND Lansing of those who want to create a “progressive democratic socialist state”.

Regards,
Jim Fuscaldo
Cedar

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Jim Fuscaldo

James Fuscaldo is a retired attorney with degrees in law and science. He has a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, and a Juris Doctorate in Law from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. He was employed by Broadlawns Polk County Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa; Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana; Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illinois, and The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan before retirement. He had been actively engaged in the following areas of the law during his 30-year legal career with The Dow Chemical Company. International Law. ( European Economic Community and Latin America) Intellectual Property Law. Commercial Business Law, including compliance with Federal Antitrust and Unfair Competition Laws. Federal Bankruptcy, Mergers and Acquisitions. Federal, Food, Drug and Cosmetic Law and compliance with Federal Trade Commission Regulations. Product liability litigation pertaining to prescription and nonprescription drugs. James served as General Counsel for Dow Chemical Latin America and General Trademark and Copyright Counsel for The Dow Chemical Company and was a member of Dowโ€™s corporate legal management and supervisory team before retirement from Dow. In 2013, he received a Constitutional Defender Award from the Constitution Celebration Committee, and has been active in local politics in Northwest Michigan for several years. 

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  5 comments for “A Path To A Brokered Election

  1. Sue Schwartz
    March 7, 2016 at 8:17 am

    Mr. Fuscaldo--thank you. I was circulating petitions at Streeters where about 3000 folks, many from Detroit, Flint and Cadillac, were waiting for hours to hear "Bernie" when Trump and his plane landed. It was surreal--many left the line to take a photo of his plane. Trump's MI campaign made a serious mistake not stopping in TC for a chat, but hey--that's me. What was refreshing about the line of 3K was all the youngsters in line--many not old enough to vote. I wish I had constitutions to pass out. These kids were there hoping for a Bernie president absolutely sure they were headed towards free college. I gently explained that Bernie needs a couple college credits in economics himself as who is going to pay for this? They all said the government--and who is the Government? Not one responded correctly. The conversation then turned to why do you want to go to college--to get high paying jobs was the almost unanimous answer. Well guys, a high paying job won't help you too much if the "government" is taking 90% of your take home. Wish I had constitutions with me. Part 1

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  2. Sue Schwartz
    March 7, 2016 at 8:46 am

    Part 2: As refreshing as it was to see all the interested children noted above--they're only involved because they hope to gain something personally. The next morning I showed up at the Kasich "townhall" . Not even 300 showed up. Who did show up is the entire county executive (elite) committees from three counties. They usher us onto the only risers in the place destined for the contrived TV cameras. Soon we were handed signs, flags, etc., and soon we were directed to raise our signs and whoop it up (have you ever seen a bunch of RINO's whooping? Not a pretty sight!) So, I raised my sign--I guess it was the wrong sign because it was soon taken from me. Ha, they don't want my signs--On went the Trump hat. And again, this caused problems--can you believe this? When Mitt came to that same venue five years ago, there was at least 1000 folks. I was sporting my Ron Paul stuff--and NO ONE asked me to remove it. The difference was Mitt had Secret Service and Kasich had amateurs. Soon they were asking me to leave the risers--and you want power--I was actually told that the event wouldn't start until I came down off the risers. When I finally came off the risers, I was told that I didn't have to leave but they really didn't want my Trump hat in any photo opt. I'm glad I went, and glad to have represented the rank and file. But what's really scary to me, is the RINO Elitists actually think their fearless leaders are Mitt Romney and his wannabees--too stagnant in their thinking to see their way isn't working. They've forced Trump into a third party candidacy within the party. Now, whose smarter here?

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  3. Corinthian Scales
    March 7, 2016 at 2:16 pm

    ROFLMAO! Ya, right.

    https://youtu.be/xtL41Pr2d5s

    You rubes, now playing another angle to the race-hustling Cuck game are like a 16-year-old daughter who decides to date a loser. No matter how much information is presented to you, you'll stick with a loser.

    Tomorrow evening is going to be so delightful seeing all the grins wiped off Cuck faces.

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    • 10x25MM
      March 7, 2016 at 3:22 pm

      You are jumping the gun. Even if Trump runs the table and wins every delegate, he doesn't get to 1,237 until April 25th at the earliest. This race is going to run into May, unless something really dramatic happens. Don't use up all your invective, you will need it for a while longer.

      Meanwhile, the polls of Michigan voters demonstrate what can only be described as bipolar disorder. Clinton 'beats' both Trump and Cruz by smaller margins than Sanders, but Clinton still beats Sanders by a huge margin. Some kind of mental disconnect is at work here.

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      • Corinthian Scales
        March 8, 2016 at 9:02 am

        Why bless your little heart, Mr. Helper. Mental disconnects? You mean like Saul National Popular Vote Anuzis, who was ousted from the Party because of his delegate manipulations, now the operative for Lying Cruz? Pat Colbeck, who voted to line the pockets of Ron Boji with $134M on an unwarranted Senate building is the state campaign chair for Lying Cruz? Are those kind of "consistent conservative" mental disconnects you'd be referring to? Do tell.

        I trust those "Clinton beats" figures as far as I can throw my house. Why hell, even St. Ronnie wasn't polled to win in the GE of '80. But, you made a nice stab at pushing a false narrative. Very Alinskyish of you. Amazing to see Trump creating SJW, too. Bipolar lot on the alleged Right, indeed.

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