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It was a good game, but we came too close to winning this time.

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posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:15 AM
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In 4 days our president will be chosen for us by the Electoral College based in small part by our suggestions taken at the voting booth.

In my opinion, this will be the last time we will ever see such a contentious election process.

Why?

Because the establishment came too close to losing this time.

First it was Bernie Sanders. When the establishment saw how badly it was doing, the DNC, Media, and establishment sought to beat him by cheating, lying, slander and any way they could to seal the primary nomination.

Then we see Trump. The GOP brought out it's usual fare of bland yogurt and Trump shamed them all. The establishment lost that one and had to accept Trump.

But the establishment wasn't worried because the DNC, GOP, and media were in it for Hillary Clinton.

Even the Vice-presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party endorsed her! So any "hopes" for a 3rd party candidate vanished right there.

So even though Hillary is corrupt, a liar, a cheat, she will probably win this one.

The establishment (DNC, GOP, Media) can't afford to lose.

I already voted. It was for Trump.

But my predictions are that;
Hillary will win
The DNC and the GOP will change their vetting rules so no chance of a Sanders or Trump even gets close again.

I will never accept her or any establishment tyrant as president. That will be my single, silent protest against an establishment that has shown itself to be corrupt.

Anyhow, just my opinion.




posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:25 AM
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I have to disagree that she will win. I believe there will be tons and tons of issues with the votes, but I think the problem will be the shear numbers that vote for trump.
And the collective MSM is going to go batsnip crazy. That will be fun to watch.


IDK, It will be an interesting day.


BTW, Your right, it's not a sequel. More of an instructional movie. Did you learn anything? LOL



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:26 AM
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Doesn't really matter to be honest...

In four years it'll be the year of the Independent.

We can expect Trump to run again if he loses...

His own words paraphrased;
"If someone f*cks you, f*ck them back"

He is vengeful and if he is robbed by what he believes is a rigged system, he'll be back to make amends...

In fact given four years to curve the edges of his inexperience will probably do him wonders for the next election...


& who will face off against him?

Cruz & Rubio, he'll wipe the floor with them again.
Kanye West? Gimme a break.
Bill Gates? Doubt he'd ever run.
Buffet may be too old, as will probably Bernie.


I'm waffling, but I think I have a point if I do say so myself...
Who could honestly beat Trump in 4 years...

Hillary?

Her legacy will have been made by then and I'm sure it'll only disenfranchise more voters.


Say what you want about Trump, he isn't a quitter.
I see him back on this stage again. That's if he loses.


If he wins which is just as possible, he has 4 years to convince people to let him have 8.
Obama did it, despite his naysayers...

So there is that.


/diatribe



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:31 AM
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I am inclined to agree with you on this even though admitting this to myself is not easy. A Clinton victory will prove conclusively what I have hoped would be proved incorrect. The establishment is a cabal of globalist traitors puppets of wealthy and powerfully corrupt bankers. The political elite want open borders because they have a pathological hate for the people whose interests they claim to represent. The middle classes and the values they hold are doomed because imported cheap labour means higher profits for a highly privileged few who are protected by political puppets who only care about maintaining their treasonous sinecures.

I don't want this to be true but, to my fear and anguish, I'm all but convinced that it is.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:32 AM
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I'm not counting her in yet, still a lot of dynamics to it. For one black voters are down. Not a good sign at all. They counter it that Hispanic vote is up but these are not illegals. These are people who came her legally and paid their dues or their parents paid those dues. Ever worked hard for something and then see someone get the same thing for free. Kinda leaves a bad taste in one's mouth and I have read many many comments from Hispanics with that tone. It could be a big problem for her.

Then the X factors. People say they would not vote for Trump in public but would in a booth. This was proven by some independent studies. People don't want anyone to know they support him. Then voters who never vote coming out this time in droves. I for one voted in the primaries for the first time. I hate voting! I almost never do it. For some reason I did this time and I know there are many more like me and the reports are saying just that.

And don't forget the ACA. People are really upset. It's breaking a lot of back financially and using that money to fix backs for free.


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posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:33 AM
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a reply to: Hazardous1408

Bernie may be too old by then, but he is not going to be too old to train someone in the ways of the force, so to speak, between now and then. Depending how far reaching the consequences of the Clinton collapse might be, there might be space for a protege of his in the new Democrat party. Now is the time for people thinking about entering the next race to the bottom, I mean presidential election, to start thinking about these things a little.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:35 AM
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a reply to: DBCowboy

I'm not so sure it's a foregone conclusion Hillary wins. Like every national election, it'll be determined by turnout. If the Democrats get up and go vote, they win. She's not exactly inspirational. A lot of the people who were inspired to go vote the last two elections due to the historical significance aren't going to be so pumped this time.

Even though this too is a unique situation, a whole lot of traditional Democrats aren't exactly thrilled with the choice. They can say 'Hillary' for a poll, but does that translate to actually getting up and voting? We'll see.

If it does, it'll be Hillary and we can watch the continued prosecution of her misdeeds for the next however long it takes to find her guilty.

Unless Obama pardons her for a SCOTUS gig.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:36 AM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Hazardous1408

Bernie may be too old by then, but he is not going to be too old to train someone in the ways of the force, so to speak, between now and then. Depending how far reaching the consequences of the Clinton collapse might be, there might be space for a protege of his in the new Democrat party. Now is the time for people thinking about entering the next race to the bottom, I mean presidential election, to start thinking about these things a little.


That's true mate.

I just wonder if there is a congressman/woman who can boast the same voting record as Bernie.

He seemed like one in a million to me.

Though I'd welcome a fitting protege.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:38 AM
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Hail TRUMPOTUS! JAIL or SUICIDE HC!



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:39 AM
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no matter who wins lets hope both parties bring better candidates next time around. four years goes by fast!
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posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:39 AM
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Trump the billionare is part of the establishment as well! Don't want to do your research for you but there is plenty to connect him with the elites. Of course, people do want to keep the illusion that they are voting for the "good guy". There is no good guy here-- just a bunch of rich sociopaths who will say whatever it takes to get your support.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:41 AM
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a reply to: yeahright

I'm willing to admit that I may be wrong.

I hope that I am.

But politicians never risk anything. It may look like it to the teeming masses in fly-over country, but they game the system so that they always win.

The "house" always wins. We hear that often in casinos, but it is just as true in politics as well.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:46 AM
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a reply to: DBCowboy

I'm not supporting either candidate (or any other for that matter). Yet, I don't see it being a loss for Trump just yet. Polls are one thing, but voter turnout is another.


Either way "we are doooomed" I tell ya lol


I jest, but sincerely the position itself of POTUS while given a great deal of importance is not as much so, imho, as it used to be. The same oppressions will take place but depending on who wins, to different sets of people.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:50 AM
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a reply to: zosimov

Yeah! Thats why they are attacking him with everything theyve got.
Bankers and wall street hate Trump!
The good ole boys club hates Trump.
Even GWB is against Trump.

You say this is the same house?
A house divided will fall!



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:55 AM
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originally posted by: visitedbythem
a reply to: zosimov

Even GWB is against Trump.



Actually, in a poll of whom supported whom, GWB is one of the only ones who abstained from an endorsement, much to my surprise as I found it probably the smartest thing I've ever seen him do! I didn't think Dubya had it in him lol



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:56 AM
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a reply to: DBCowboy

I'm not ready to give in just yet. In 4 days time I will be headed to vote for the man I believe in, Donald J. Trump. I think we have a chance. I associate myself with my motherland rather than the States, but believe countries are built for a people to be great and great this land will be again.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:57 AM
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a reply to: ksiezyc

So, to be clear, you are not from the United States, and you hold more love for your nation of origin, than the nation you live in today... and you are voting Trump?

Figures. You do not care a damn for the place, so why worry about installing a dictator there?



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 12:00 PM
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originally posted by: Hazardous1408
Who could honestly beat Trump in 4 years...


If Hillary wins it this year there won't be anyone left to vote in 4 years, Hillary will bring us WW3 for certain. Trump may or may not bring WW3.

Neither choice is very promising to be honest, democracy is a sham when you have to vote for who you think is the lesser of 2 evils



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 12:02 PM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

I see you fail to have reading comprehension. I live in the States and have for most my life so of course I want the best for it and I realize that the USA has an impact on the world at large. So yes I want the best for the USA as it is the country I live in and will be living in for the majority of my life. I've lived in the States since being a child.

Figures. You're a liberal, you would so grossly misinterpret my words.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 12:03 PM
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a reply to: ksiezyc

I can assure you, if there was a failure to comprehend the written word, it is because the written word was poorly assembled.




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