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New York attracts the best!

May 4, 2016

“The chairman of the board” Frank Sinatra signature song for me is New York New York!  It is a great song that captures the allure and challenge of seeking success in the city that draws in the top talent from all over our world.  Investors know Wall Street remains the global center for companies all over the world.  There are languages from all over the world when you wait in a hotel lobby in Manhattan.  It is exciting to recognize the prestige and importance of being branded a top player in New York.  Real estate in Manhattan is not a game for faint of heart with stratospheric levels of money at stake.

“I’ll make a brand new start of it, in old New York!” Frank Sinatra knew the challenges of keeping his career near the top when he was decades into his performing.  His selection of songs and his arrangements survived music fads and dozens of international music stars.  Devoted music fans of Sinatra trusted his integrity of music and flocked to his limited performances near the end of his reign.

USA grows weary of our anemic economy and families are losing hope of ever getting ahead.  Donald Trump is a brash real estate business man.  His father cautioned his entering the big arena of Manhattan real estate development.  He won and he lost but he never let his losses knock him down and out.  I measure the strength and reliability of any business partner on their having survived set backs and prevailed to grow stronger.  “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere!”  Donald Trump may have been counted out, but he refuses to stay on the canvas flat on his back.

On May 3, 2016 Trump has earned the right to challenge the Democrat candidate for president election of 2016.  Republican field of candidates have been reduce from 17 to 1.

This elite hotel in Manhattan has name of Trump!

This elite hotel in Manhattan has name of Trump!

Now the real battle for election of president has changed!  Donald Trump will set the stage for his campaign to invigorate our economy and give hope plus jobs to families in poverty now.  This battle will be huge!

(Lyrics of New York New York by Adolph Green and Betty Comden)


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  1. May 4, 2016 2:07 pm

    Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal and commented:
    Rocky Marciano, said in substance: “It’s not how many times a man gets knocked down that matters. What matters is, how many times he gets back up.”

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