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(@涛声依旧)

咱们华人上了川普的脸书!https://www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump/posts/10157756155595725:0

(@Ning)

看完第一场辩论的感觉,Trump保持了冷静,没出大错,但浪费了时间和机会去还击H。如果说第一场担心咄咄逼人失去妇女选票,那下两场就必需表现未来总统的理念和智慧。
1. Trump Team辩论前要检查讲台,音响,灯光等一系列细节,并有专人负责监管
2. 辩论也需要技巧和练习,H 一堆的狗S,不怕没有素材,但要巧妙的把对自己不利或棘手的问题转到揭露H的肮脏。
3. 对自己有利的要深入,抓到H的尾巴要痛宰,没把握的尽量转移
4. 辩论的主要目的是争取中间的摇摆派,说他们爱听的

(@Little)

"全球化的设计是美国做高级工 他国做中下级工 但美国本身的高级工劳工不足 而中下级工劳工过剩 只有將中下级工作抽回美国本土 否则无法解决失业问题 及从而产生的社会矛盾

(@劉崇輝)

全美60-70%人选民认为美国走在错误的道路上,希望改变,Trump是改变的代表,他对美国无限深情,虽然在辨论台上不善于能说会道,但他有几条Kithcen talks ,大妈大叔都能联系上他的观点。

他的团队要作功课,为他写些talk points ,短,有力,少说废话,focus on 选民。

(@四月天)

转发:我想跟大家分享华盛顿大区的华人景况。这里汇聚了从中国大陆,台湾,香港和世界各地来的优秀人才。Montgomery County ,Maryland是美国有名的好学区,也是亚裔非常喜欢的地方。蒙郡population: 1,005,087. Asian 占14%。按2011年的统计,蒙郡有144064
学生。Asian 学生占23.4%。但是今年蒙郡发生了一件事牵动了成千上万亚裔家长的心:蒙郡教委花巨资雇外人对蒙郡教育系统做研究,结果建议对蒙郡资优班Gifted program进行改革,建议按族裔比例而不是按成绩吸收学生,目的是要限制亚裔学生,因为他们太优秀。这一建议遭到了大部分亚裔家长和亚裔学生强烈的抗议和反对!蒙郡家长们第一次联合起来,成立家长联合会,为华人,亚裔孩子争取平等的权利。我们这里反对Recommendation 3a( suggested change to GT program at Montgomery County)就像加州反亚裔细分一样,就是要反对这种对华裔,亚裔的反向歧视。 你们在南北卡可能感受不到这里华裔父母和孩子的挣扎。这里的华裔孩子不光是上IVY大学比别的族裔难几倍,甚至十几倍,就是上马里兰大学,也要比别的孩子难上加难。很不幸这些政策都是民主党直接搞出来,积极推广的。我们做父母的赤手空拳来美国,辛苦,但是我们的孩子比我们还苦。我们当初到现在凭本事吃饭,但他们却不一样,按照现在的政策走向,他们连凭本事吃饭都办不到。因为是亚裔,他们必须比别人努力几倍,几十倍才能得到同样的认可和待遇。这是不公平的。

我们蒙郡的家长和孩子今年真的改变了。大家都积极参与选举,不光是选总统,还有选地方官员,包括教委会委员。因为大家突然明白,亚裔光读书是没有用的。以前这里的孩子补习数学最热,今年最热的是Public speaking and debate!我昨天去观摩孩子们上的Public speaking 和debate 课,他们对Trump 和Hillary 的debate 评论头头是道,而且用的是debate 技巧的专业术语。当然他们是不会也不充许在课上太多牵涉实质问题。

我们做家长的也不能只看辩论技巧,要为我们华裔孩子的将来想了再想。

(@️嘟嘟)

转发:对于担心川普有没有能力兑现政策,我只想说,我们支持他的哪有那么高期望?川普什么都不需要做:难民不进来,非移不大赦,AA不扩大,税收不增加,就谢天谢地了;再选个保守派大法官,那就太开心啦。要求很低吧?可惜这么低的要求在希拉里那一个都实现不了。 还有人要选希拉里,因为川普大嘴,不够慈爱,没礼貌,说话冲,我的天,都什么时候了还要求候选人要形象完美?给你个颜值高、身材好、年轻力壮、八块腹肌、声音有磁性、说话好听的恐怖分子你要吗?




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Election 2016: Parties Boost Asian-American Outreach --- Democrats, GOP see fast-growing group as vital; language fluency remains a hurdle

Michelle Hackman, Dante Chinni

By Michelle Hackman and Dante Chinni

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26 September 2016

The Wall Street Journal

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FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Alongside vendors selling dumplings and pastries at a recent Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Moon celebration, the Democratic Asian Americans of Virginia offered something they hoped was equally enticing for the several hundred visitors: a chance to register to vote.

"We want Asian-Americans to be recognized because then the parties pay attention to us and our issues," said Dewita Soeharjono, the group's president. If these voters turn out in big numbers at the polls in November, she said, "we can make a big difference."

While much attention is paid on Hispanic and black voters, Asian-Americans are the single fastest-growing demographic group, highlighting their importance in some hotly contested states. They are among voters the candidates will try to woo Monday night in the first presidential debate.

In Nevada and Virginia, two states where polls show the presidential race is down to single digits, the Asian-American population sits at 8.5% and 6.5% respectively -- higher than the national average of 5.6% -- and is climbing. That works out to hundreds of thousands of voters in states where the contest will be decided by thin margins and may help determine the next president.

The Republican National Committee is also seeking to register new voters and knock on many more Asian-Americans' doors, with particular emphasis on Virginia and Nevada. On Sunday, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign announced an Asian Pacific American Advisory Committee to "support and strengthen ties to each community."

For political operatives, the question is how to reach this broad group. Research data is relatively poor, but census figures show about a third of Asian-Americans don't speak fluent English.

This year, the Democratic Asian Americans of Virginia group is on the forefront of an effort to better reach these voters, through targeted canvassing, ads in Asian languages and aid in registering to vote.

"Due to language barriers and general lack of knowledge, we really need to be proactive and reach out to people," said Wesley Joe, a Georgetown University adjunct government professor and a volunteer with the Democratic Asian Americans of Virginia at the moon festival event.

Another challenge: The Asian-American voter pool is remarkably diverse. Fairfax County in Virginia is home to more than 47,000 residents who identify themselves as Indians, 41,000 as Koreans, 26,000 as Chinese and 15,000 as Pakistanis.

But though Asian-Americans speak over 50 languages and practice a wide range of religions, they tend to vote as a bloc, and, increasingly, lean Democratic. That sort of coalescing isn't a surprise, said Bill Frey, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. "Even among Hispanic communities they don't necessarily think of themselves as a block, but in general elections they tend to band together," he said.

In 2000, Democratic nominee Al Gore won the Asian-American vote by a solid 14 points, besting George W. Bush 55% to 41%, though Mr. Bush won the presidency. In 2012, Asian-Americans gave President Barack Obama 73% of their vote, while Republican Mitt Romney garnered 26%.

In polls of Asians this summer by Morning Consult, a media and survey company, Democrat Hillary Clinton topped Republican Donald Trump by over 30 points, 55% to 21%.











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