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Re: “Election Guide 2016

As Americans the top priority is putting individuals in administrative positions because they are responsible in handling tax dollars. Not to find the most expensive way of spending the dollar or for personal gain. But to help bless the nation. Not blowing money on individuals in administrative duties.

Blessing the nation means having funds to build schools, highways, and tons of infrastucture, and not being wasteful with taxpayers dollars.

When individuals run for politics and beleive they entered politics to collect huge perks because they make it about themselves and not the nation. It is heading in the opposite of what the constitution reiterates. " We The People ".

Mr. Trump is taking his personal money and investing this back into the nation. Unlike Hillary. By creating thousands of jobs. It puts millions back into the economy through payroll taxes, retail taxes, federal taxes, state taxes, and much more.

Have a close look at how the Clintons liked to handle charity dollars given to their foundation.
2014 Clinton Foundation Tax Return

Revenue Approx: 338 Million (337,99)

Only 64 % Revenue Spent On Charitable Organization

The Rest divided into Saved, Investments, Administration

These are the salaries of some top individuals who worked for the foundation and was entered into as Administration fees.

Eric Braverman 553,361.00
Mark Gunton 313,000.00
Maura Pally 283,000.00
Dennis Cheng 269,000.00

Bill , Hillary & Chelsea also used a private jet to fly everywhere when normally individuals fly around on charitable business they use regular airlines to save money.

We have to remember the money that is raised for charity, is to be used to HELP a cause. Not for any personal benefits.

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Posted by Don Decker on 10/30/2016 at 8:48 PM

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