So Obama went wild at some dinner, started insulting Trump, publicly humiliating him.

Trump decided to be President then for certain. I’m sure it’s more complicated than that.

So Trump, knowing a lot about media, marketing, and how to get things done in the private sector, hires experts who use advanced statistical software and analysis to formulate what are the top ten core policy positions he needs to win in an increasingly factionalized America.

While Hillary was in the weeds with her buddies about bathrooms for transgenders, Trump was focused on stuff like jobs, national debt, and border security. His rivals saw what he was doing, but were powerless, literally victims of their own rhetoric, boxed in by years of vacuous platitudes on issues these sellouts barely understood.

The only one running besides Trump whose head wasn’t permanently stuck in the clouds was Bernie Sanders, picked by the DNC to provide symbolic opposition to Hillary, and to make sure no one on the Liberal side could run to Hillary’s Left on Israel.

That backfired, as the old codger would have beaten her if she hadn’t rigged it. Bernie probably would have beaten Trump as well, so Hillary, like Gollum, did have a positive role to play in the end.

So in this view, Trump got ahead of a powerful political wave. The wave was coming, but Trump plays a role in directing it.

So, Bernie Sanders could still be President. Unfortunately, his future rests on the prospect of a Trump implosion. Trump turned the national debate onto real topics, big ideas, and we are not going back to “A Place Called Hope” bullshit any time soon. We can’t afford it.

So Hillary is done. Ding, dong, the witch is dead.

However, Bernie is a healthy foe. He makes the debate about larger issues, capitalism versus Communism, and let’s hope Trump can make it work, because Commies make Capitalists look like pikers when it comes to genocide.

Trump seems somewhat reconciled with the universe. I don’t feel like he wants power for its own sake, to fill some void in his life. This is definitely a Commie trait, though. I think it is a war of ideas, and ought to be. However, unfortunately, somebody sent a envelope full of poison to his son and daughter in law yesterday.  Treachery is out there. Trump might have to take a few people out before its over.

Trump wanted to be President. You asked for it, you got it, Toyota.

Don Corleone understood power comes at an awesome price. I’m glad Trump is President, but this is a vicious game he’s in.  I wish him and his family well.  Let’s hope decent, basically moral people have the stones to fight back like they have to.

*As usual,  a BIEL section.

I don’t participate in IHUB. These people tout the stock as it rises and falls, then after the fact boast about all the money they made flipping it. I only flipped enough the last time it ran up to pay for what insurance didn’t cover for an eye surgery I had. No regrets there.

My point is, I am pretty honest shareholder, and have enough shares that if does make even a small move I will make some dough. I do expect a major news in the not too distant future, and it might not be good. The FDA could reject the Back Pain application, and hence, general approval. If this happens, some people on IHUB will know before the the information is generally public. They are good at this, and organized.

The SEC could go against BIEL on a case pending.

Shareholders who hold are taking a chance. Now, an element on IHUB is touting a reverse split. This is a pointless dagger in the heart, since reverse splits don’t work for shareholders unless there is a major reason, such as restructuring to get on NASDAQ. If a reverse split makes no mathematical difference, as the proponents say, then why do it? The real answer to that should frighten serious investors. So the people touting it are just that–touts.

I expect the next big news to be positive, and it could be followed by better news. If the company is so desperate to do a reverse split, which a weak company does to raise more money by being able to start diluting again, then just sell it. A big company will want restructuring, but that will be their issue.

Now, the specter of the reverse split is raised right before a possible run up–they want you to sell, or not buy, as they buy. This is a business, and it sucks, but it is better than the Gulag.

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