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    Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Hailing Donald Trump as US' "best hope", a group of Indian-Americans has formed a political action committee to campaign for the Republican presidential front-runner and asserted that the community would benefit the most from his policies.

    'Indian-Americans for Trump 2016', which was registered as a political action committee (PAC) on January 21 with the federal election commission, is aimed at garnering support of Indian-Americans to have Trump become the next US President.

    "On realising that the agenda of Donald J Trump for President 2016 is focused on reviving the American economy, rightly bringing America on the world stage, defeating terrorism and establishing peace through strength; many Indian-Americans believe that he is the best hope for America and the right candidate to be the next president of the United States," the PAC said in a statement.

    "The officers of the Indian-Americans for Trump 2016 urge all Americans to join in the effort and support Donald Trump in his endeavour to make America great again by electing him the next President of the USA," it said.

    The PAC said A D Amar, a business professor with Seton Hall University in New Jersey has been elected as its president while New York-based attorney Anand Ahuja will be its vice president.

    The Trump Campaign, which so far has been vocal against PAC culture in the country and has said that he is self-funding the election, did not comment immediately on the formation of the 'Indian-Americans for Donald Trump 2016'.

    "This is only the first step. We are on the side of Trump for this election," Amar said after the announcement.

    "We believe that Trump would be the nominee of the Republican party and he would be the president on the United States," he said.

    Amar said at this moment Trump is the best for the United States and Indian-Americans.

    He cited Trump's policies on illegal immigration and economy in particular as the main reasons for the Indian Americans to support him.

    "Indian-Americans would benefit the most from his policies," Amar said.

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Trump for President.

    World demands it.

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by vsdoc View Post
    Trump for President.

    World demands it.
    Did you see Anne Frank's step sister call hum Hitler [MENTION=1871]Solomon2[/MENTION] what do you think of Trump

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma View Post
    Did you see Anne Frank's step sister call hum Hitler [MENTION=1871]Solomon2[/MENTION] what do you think of Trump
    To be brutally honest, only Muslims are whining because they see their nonsense quickly getting a bloody nose.

    Tathastu.

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by vsdoc View Post
    To be brutally honest, only Muslims are whining because they see their nonsense quickly getting a bloody nose.

    Tathastu.
    Frank is or was Jewish. Anyway hindutva admiration of Hitler is well documented

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    Great going Indians. Maybe if elected thy may get a free 1 way ticket
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    Quote Originally Posted by NazamKhan View Post
    Great going Indians.
    You know why we do what we do.

    One of the perks of having blood enemies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NazamKhan View Post
    Great going Indians. Maybe if elected thy may get a free 1 way ticket
    Indians think they are the special ones. Give them a pat on the back and they will literally bend over backwards. Especially when white man pats them on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NazamKhan View Post
    Great going Indians. Maybe if elected thy may get a free 1 way ticket
    after 9/11 it was mostly Sikh who got attacked, one Sikh on CNN said "Please dont attack us we are like you we are not muslim we eat Pork and drink alchohol just like you". By Supporting Trump they will have a reason to say "please dont deport us we are like you we even supported Trump". Throughout the history of Sub-continent Hindu have developed this defense mechanism to hail the strongest.

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by xyxmt View Post
    after 9/11 it was mostly Sikh who got attacked, one Sikh on CNN said "Please dont attack us we are like you we are not muslim we eat Pork and drink alchohol just like you". By Supporting Trump they will have a reason to say "please dont deport us we are like you we even supported Trump". Throughout the history of Sub-continent Hindu have developed this defense mechanism to hail the strongest.
    We are a devious race.

    We will sell our soul to the devil if he agrees to hit you.

    As you did the same in the past. The recent past.

    Why whine now that the tide has turned?

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by xyxmt View Post
    after 9/11 it was mostly Sikh who got attacked, one Sikh on CNN said "Please dont attack us we are like you we are not muslim we eat Pork and drink alchohol just like you". By Supporting Trump they will have a reason to say "please dont deport us we are like you we even supported Trump". Throughout the history of Sub-continent Hindu have developed this defense mechanism to hail the strongest.
    rofl: I would love to meet this brave sardar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyxmt View Post
    after 9/11 it was mostly Sikh who got attacked, one Sikh on CNN said "Please dont attack us we are like you we are not muslim we eat Pork and drink alchohol just like you". By Supporting Trump they will have a reason to say "please dont deport us we are like you we even supported Trump". Throughout the history of Sub-continent Hindu have developed this defense mechanism to hail the strongest.
    Sikhs are brave and honourable. Doubt they would have released statements like this. Must have been a Hindu.

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel View Post
    Sikhs are brave and honourable. Doubt they would have released statements like this. Must have been a Hindu.
    this is nothing to do with bravery, everyone loves their life

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by vsdoc View Post
    We are a devious race.

    We will sell our soul to the devil if he agrees to hit you.

    As you did the same in the past. The recent past.

    Why whine now that the tide has turned?
    what tide has turned?
    I never fear anyone or anything traveling throughout North America, yet Indian have been the victim most of the time. This is Karma when you wish bad for someone it comes back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyxmt View Post
    what tide has turned?
    I never fear anyone or anything traveling throughout North America, yet Indian have been the victim most of the time. This is Karma when you wish bad for someone it comes back to you.
    You're a stud.

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    Re: Indian-Americans form committee to support Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel View Post
    Sikhs are brave and honourable. Doubt they would have released statements like this. Must have been a Hindu.
    Both are Indian.

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    Donald Trump says he would bring back water-boarding and 'a hell of a lot worse'

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    Donald Trump says he would bring back water-boarding and 'a hell of a lot worse'

    The debate in New Hampshire took place just days before a crucial vote

    Donald Trump said he would bring back waterboarding, "and a hell of a lot worse", as Republicans clashed in their final vote before a crucial vote in New Hamshire.

    In their fiercest showdown yet, Republican candidates for president turned on each other in a debate that ranged from torture to economic policy.

    With several of those taking part in the deabte at Manchester's St Anselm College very much aware that Tuesday’s vote may be the last chance if they are to stay in the race, and with others hoping to maximise the momentum they already have, the seven contenders spent as much time attacking each other as they did targeting the Democratic hopefuls, or the government of Barack Obama.

    In early exchanges, on everything from immigration, to foreign policy and even the use of eminent domain to force people off their private property, among the sharpest of the back-and-forths were between Florida Senator Marco Rubio and New Jersey Gvoernor Chris Christie.

    “He simply does not have the experience to be president of the United States and make these decisions,” Mr Christie said of Rubio noting that his experience didn’t extend much beyond serving since 2011 in the US Senate, the same body provided the springboard for Mr Obama.

    “We’ve watched it happen, everybody, for the last seven years. The people of New Hampshire are smart, do not make the same mistake again.”

    Mr Rubio hit back, claiming that Mr Christie had almost refused to return to his state two weeks ago when it was hit by a large blizzard. “You did not want to go back,” he said. Wearing a face of indignant outrage, Mr Christie asked if ESP, extra-sensory perception, was now a part of Senate service also.

    In a part of the discussion about the so-called enhanced interrogation practice of waterboarding, Mr Trump said he would have no hestitation as president.

    “I'll tell you what, in the Middle East, we have people chopping the heads off Christians. We have people chopping the heads off many other people. We have things that we have never seen before, as a group,” he told the ABC News moderators.

    “I mean we studied medieval times. Not since medieval times have people seen what's going on. I would bring back waterboarding and I'd bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.”

    Mr Cruz said he did not believe waterboarding was torture but he said he was opposed to its use.

    “Under the definition of torture, no it’s not. It is enhanced interrogation. It does not meet the generally recognised definition of torture," he said. “[But] I would not bring it back in any sort of widespread use. And indeed I’d join with Senator McCain in prohibiting line officers from employing it.”

    Meanwhile, Mr Trump also clashed with former Florida governor, Jeb Bush, a man whom he has routinely derided as a “low energy candidate”.

    Mr Bush accused the billionaire of seizing land by means of so-called eminent domain to evict an elderly woman and turn the area into a “limousine parking lot for his casinos”. The clash between reach a new low when Mr Trump turned to the former governor and mocked him for being “a tough guy” and then trying to cut him off. “Let me talk, quiet,” he said, holding his finger to his mouth.

    Booed for that, Mr Trump the did something surely no other political candidate has done before him. He turned on the audience asserting it had been padded by party elites with donors to Washington politicians. It was a strike that earned him more boos, but played to his supporters who love his fearlessness and willing to take on whomever and whenever.

    The hard-edged nature of Saturday’s debate underscored just what is at count this coming week and what may be a make-or-break vote.

    A poll released on Friday showed that Donald Trump remains the frontrunner in New Hampshire, despite him coming second in Iowa to Senator Ted Cruz and many speculating that his campaign could at least lose some air, if not being fully deflated.

    The poll released by Quinnipiac University put Mr Trump on 31 per cent, with Mr Cruz on 22 percent and Mr Rubio, who came third in Iowa, on 19 per cent. The poll placed Ben Carson on six per cent, with nine percent undecided and no other candidate securing more than three per cent.

    “Despite the Iowa setback, Donald Trump is way ahead of his GOP opponents,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

    “But that's not the whole story nine months before Election Day. In mano a mano, or mano a womano, face-offs with all contenders, Sanders and Rubio would be the candidates left standing.”


    Now you've hearded it, folks - straight from the horse's ass!

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    Re: Donald Trump says he would bring back water-boarding and 'a hell of a lot worse'

    I think he is tired now and just want to end his compiagn by Loosing NH

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    Re: Donald Trump says he would bring back water-boarding and 'a hell of a lot worse'

    Quote Originally Posted by xyxmt View Post
    I think he is tired now and just want to end his compiagn by Loosing NH
    He's the hot favourite to win New Hampshire. If he doesn't win here, he will probably go into terminal decline. Let's hope he never gets the Republican ticket!

    On the matter of torture, Senator McCain was interviewed by Fox News today. He made it clear what psychologists have said for a long time, that torture does not really work. Information generated through torture is rarely accurate. MCCain also made it clear that torture was illegal and against the values the US stood for. He also pointed out that if the US used torture it wouold lose more friends around the world.
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    merged............

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