Starbuck's Howard Schultz likes Hillary a latte

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“Schultz is one of the country’s most politically outspoken chief executives, but until now he had not taken sides in the 2016 race between Democrat Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.

‘I think it’s obvious Hillary Clinton needs to be the next president,’ Schultz told Poppy Harlow at the first-ever CNNMoney American Opportunity conference in New York. Clinton has the ideal ‘life experience’ and ‘professional experience”‘to be president, he said.” [cnn.com]

 

Though I drink a lot of coffee,

Not at Starbucks do I buy it.

But  its CEO’s for Clinton

So to toast him I will try it.

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  • Right now, I'm having a McDonald's decaf which came with the Egg and Sausage McBiscuit. Ray Kroc is, as of this moment, dead, but no one said what the preference of the South Asian who owns the local Dunkin Donuts is (he must be doing well, as there are more Dunkin Donuts in my vicinity than Mattress Firms, and the clerk at the nearest one keeps putting orange stickers on the receipts to fill out the survey and get a free donut ("here, have another free donut" after giving him the receipt from last week).

    What is unusual is that none of the monied class supports the candidate who purports to belong to the monied class. Two years ago, you didn't see "Ken Griffin and Richard Uihlein for Pat Quinn." That must show something about what the business community thinks of the Republican candidate's business methods.

    Speaking of Poppy Harlow, a quick search comes up with "Poppy Harlow passes out on air." So, of course, CNN is biased in favor of Schultz's candidate, according to one poster.

  • In reply to jack:

    Jack, you've got to stop eating that poison, and why the unleaded?

    The business community and the 1/100 of 1% 'monied class' are not the same animal. The latter are the global elites. Trump's campaign is a referendum against them, why would they back him? Are you for the for the job sucking global agenda, your liberal union buddies aren't?

    Watch as Carol Costello employs her melodramatics on a retired general supporting Trump. Watch her try to put words into his mouth then tell me CNN is not in the bag for 'the hag.'

  • In reply to 4zen:

    If Trump is against the global elites, why, as disclosed on his own site, does he own properties in Scotland, Turkey, S. Korea, India, Ireland, and Dubai? And why doesn't he disclose whether he has repatriated those profits to the U.S.?

    And as Fortune points out, Trump has investments in all sorts of companies he assails, although he sold some of them. Just hedging his bets?

    And, of course, it is well documented that Donald and Ivanka outsource their clothing manufacturing to China.

    Again, you have been duped by the supreme hypocrite.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    On CNN, I mentioned their game before. They built up Trump until about 2 weeks before the convention, then they started tearing him down. Then they came out with a poll that said he was nationally up, even though they didn't mention that it didn't break down by battleground states.

    CNN is into one thing only--hyping ratings. It is using Trump for its own purposes. There is no ratings gain for running stories that Clinton is up 14 points. The polls always say that it closes up, but the only times it actually did were 2000 and 2004, and the only places where that was relevant were Florida and Ohio, respectively. As I said earlier, ask Presidents Gore and Kerry about that.

  • In a similar vein Huff Post had a search for "A Lesbian Donald Trump Supporter." Similar to Diogenes searching for an honest politician in Illinois, it took a lot of digging to find two. However, they can't include our friend Chef Barfaroni, since “ 'Most of my friends don’t know I’m supporting him,' ” and "she is definitely not telling her friends" was the consistent answer given by Jessica and Anita.

  • In reply to jack:

    From what 4zen posted, it appeared from Real Clear Politics' take that CNN did find the one Black military figure that supports Trump. He also has Omarosa and Ben Carson on either side of him. Only about 93% of the African-American vote to go.

  • Hope Schultz's endorsement of Clinton doesn't cause Starbucks to lose franchises in Russia.

  • BTW, Jill Stein was on Channel 9. What an empty suit. After evading one N. Korea question (first answer was she didn't have PACs), she finally gave an answer that sounded like Trump. In fact, more whacko, as she said negotiations worked under Bill Clinton, instead of the current threats. Who is supposedly the candidate trying to extend the Bill Clinton presidency?

    Other than that, she seemed to parrot Bernie's economic policy, but not with any substance behind it.

    Elsewhere, it appears that Chef's candidate Gary Johnson really was on weed at the Commander In Chief Forum, or the Whole Grain Mini ABC's & 123's with Meatballs makes a candidate light in the head.

    In the meantime, St. Mother Theresa is not running for President, mostly because she wasn't born in the U.S. and, in latest news reports in the left-wing media, is dead.

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