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Voted For Trump - But If Hillary Wins I Hope Dems Get The House and Senate Too.

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posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:18 PM
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Monday, November 7, 2016

Requesting Feedback From Fellow/Lady TRUMP Supporters...

If Hillary Clinton uses this year's rigged system to take the White House, I hope she gets a Democratic Majority in the House and Senate.

WHY? Two Reasons..

1.) Americans will see and feel the full effect of Democratic policies. Those of us in Illinois have lived under them at the state level for decades.
The result is so horrendous, that for the past fifteen years, 1 person moves out of Illinois every 5 minutes! That's the highest outward migration of any of the 50 states. The 10.25% sales tax on all food and non-food purchases, Crime, Corrupt Leaders, Bad Education, Flat Wages, High-Unemployment, etc.. are all the result of Democrats running every aspect of the state's business.

President Obama had a 2 year window of House/Senate control when he was first elected, but didn't take advantage of it. Maybe he was too busy receiving Peace Prizes and focusing on disastrous ObamaCare.

Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, will be much more ambitious. She's been planning to be Head Empress of America for 30 years. But before President Clinton's first term is up, Americans will be counting the days until they can vote for Trump in 2020. (He'll still be vibrant, and won't even have to campaign hard.)

2.) The Republican establishment did not back their party's nominee, even though they forced Donald Trump to sign a "pledge of allegiance" to the Republican party during the primaries.

Republicans Senators and Congressmen are running all over America saying, "We need you to re-elect or vote for us, in order to keep a Firewall between Hillary Clinton and the American people, after she becomes President!". These selfish traitors don't deserve to remain in office, IMO. If Hillary is elected, they should be on the outside looking in. Their chance will come again in 2020.

Hopefully, this thread will be moved to never-never land with a Donald J. Trump victory tomorrow. But in case he loses, what do you Trump Supporters think of my idea, to put Hillary in a position to get everything she wants?




posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:20 PM
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posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:44 PM
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It won't matter. It didn't matter when Obama had the same thing -- Dem Supermajority in both houses. They got Obamacare, and now that they all hate it, they STILL blame the Republicans who had nothing whatsoever to do with it!

It's STILL the Republicans' fault that Obamacare sucks.

So even if Hillary gets elected with a Supermajority and they proceed to screw us over and it all goes south in spectacular fashion, it will be the Republicans' fault once again and most will believe it. This is what having the press in your back pocket does for you.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:45 PM
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a reply to: carewemust

I don't often voice my opinion on partisan issues because I don't believe the two party system, I believe it's grown old and should be abandoned, but anyways...

I believe if the left could back up their idealism with actually good ideas, we'd live in a great nation. Desiring safety nets, equality, fairness, sustainability, environmental protection, respect for culture and heritage... It all sounds amazing, and could be amazing if they'd let it be.

If the left had a brain, or the right had morality/ethics and cared for more than corporate profits, we'd live in a great nation.

But nope, everyone up top is corrupt in my opinion. They seek to serve themselves and push agendas based on power and profit.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:46 PM
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God no...

I am terrified every time 1 party holds all three... seems like every time they do bad things happen to we the people.

I am praying for a split and deadlocked congress, if she wins.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:46 PM
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I agree the best possible outcome for a Hillary victory would be a full blown Democrat landslide !!!

I agree that a total national devastation will happen in that scenario.

The deeper the country sinks, the higher it will rise years from now.

Higher wages but keep inflation higher too.

Higher taxes on everybody is good for everybody.

Trade agreements should always focus on American job loss.




posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:48 PM
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End the 2 party system and we will have one dominator.

Best thing that could happen.




posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 07:54 PM
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a reply to: deadlyhope

I think if they could just leave people alone and stop trying to tell them what to do.

All those things you list are best done by people by choice, not by compulsion.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:00 PM
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a reply to: ketsuko

We'd need to dissolve the government - Not change it.

We don't need a republican house and president, we don't need more "conservative" laws and ideas being passed and talked about.

We need the Fed to be 90% smaller, is my honest opinion.

Choice is iffy... There has to be some type of system put in place to deny those that would seek too much power, too much money.

Rather, a system that denies things like monopolies, slave labor, etc - The free market regulates itself so long as the people within are educated, responsible consumers. I don't personally believe in patents the way they are, and I sure as hell don't believe in corporate subsidies, corporate lobbyists, bad trade deals, low tariffs and the like.

Like I say, I fully believe a free market would regulate itself so long as the people participating, both the consumer and the producers played their part in a fair way.

I don't believe our government, nor the corporations that donate millions to campaigns are capable of fairness, honesty, or anything resembling the two.

So what should be done?



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:08 PM
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You could give total control to progressives and they'd still blame their failures on conservatives.

The logic would be that conservatives didnt help enough so the progressive policy failed.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:14 PM
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a reply to: carewemust

Then for sure we will be a communist section of the North American Trade Union,there will be no objectives,things will play out just like Soros wants,I just went to Drs have to wait a week to see if I have cancer,if Hillary wins I don't really care either because I'll be dead in 6 months,I'd rather be dead then a comrade in a communist nation,pretty much everything you build your life for will be gone,you haven't studied communism at all it seems,I think you should



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:26 PM
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At this point, if the majority of Americans are too dim-witted (like Hillary is) to comprehend what her policies would do to this country, I want to see them suffer for a few years. I will too, but it will be a vindicated suffering.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:31 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust
Monday, November 7, 2016

Requesting Feedback From Fellow/Lady TRUMP Supporters...

If Hillary Clinton uses this year's rigged system to take the White House, I hope she gets a Democratic Majority in the House and Senate.

WHY? Two Reasons..

1.) Americans will see and feel the full effect of Democratic policies. Those of us in Illinois have lived under them at the state level for decades.
The result is so horrendous, that for the past fifteen years, 1 person moves out of Illinois every 5 minutes! That's the highest outward migration of any of the 50 states. The 10.25% sales tax on all food and non-food purchases, Crime, Corrupt Leaders, Bad Education, Flat Wages, High-Unemployment, etc.. are all the result of Democrats running every aspect of the state's business.

President Obama had a 2 year window of House/Senate control when he was first elected, but didn't take advantage of it. Maybe he was too busy receiving Peace Prizes and focusing on disastrous ObamaCare.

Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, will be much more ambitious. She's been planning to be Head Empress of America for 30 years. But before President Clinton's first term is up, Americans will be counting the days until they can vote for Trump in 2020. (He'll still be vibrant, and won't even have to campaign hard.)

2.) The Republican establishment did not back their party's nominee, even though they forced Donald Trump to sign a "pledge of allegiance" to the Republican party during the primaries.

Republicans Senators and Congressmen are running all over America saying, "We need you to re-elect or vote for us, in order to keep a Firewall between Hillary Clinton and the American people, after she becomes President!". These selfish traitors don't deserve to remain in office, IMO. If Hillary is elected, they should be on the outside looking in. Their chance will come again in 2020.

Hopefully, this thread will be moved to never-never land with a Donald J. Trump victory tomorrow. But in case he loses, what do you Trump Supporters think of my idea, to put Hillary in a position to get everything she wants?







Lol like you think they would understand? They have had 8 years of obama and he didn't accomplish anything except destroying the healthcare system with a plan they couldn't even show to the people who voted on it? Obama was so smart he spent millions to create a website for the affordable healthcare plan which failed so badly that googles top programers had to help and they had to consider scraping it and rewriting it.

They have witnessed everything their party has done and none of it has worked! Lybia was a failure, Syria a failure. The economy is shot to hell 9 trillion added to debt but they added more fast food jobs and seasonal work yeah! Lol bill clinton created the housing crisis do these people understand that? No they think bush did it lol? He should of stopped it so ibush is at fault too.

Nafta and bill clinton
www.history.com...

Bill and the housing crisis
content.time.com...

Add everything from wikileaks.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:32 PM
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a reply to: deadlyhope

You are preaching to the choir. We need a libertarian system when it comes to laws.

I live my life as a conservative. Doesn't mean I want to pass laws to force everyone else to live that way. Just because I argue that more conservative values lead to better outcomes doesn't mean you can pass laws to compel people to get married, stay married, not have kids until they're married, etc. However, on the converse, I also don't think it helps at all to pass laws that legitimize the poor outcomes from not making good choices like supporting single mothers as if there was a second parent in the household so there is not impetus or need to have that second parent.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:34 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust
At this point, if the majority of Americans are too dim-witted (like Hillary is) to comprehend what her policies would do to this country, I want to see them suffer for a few years. I will too, but it will be a vindicated suffering.


While I am not averse to people suffering the consequences of their poor decisions, I am very much averse to personally having to suffer the consequences of other people's poor decisions.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:36 PM
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Nah man.

If Hillary wins I hope the Republican congress further increases it's majority over the Democrats.

Maybe they'll stop the stupid laws she wants to pass and refuse to authorise her moronic military adventurism.

I doubt that last one though, they didn't seem to have a problem with Obama doing it.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:38 PM
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a reply to: Ohanka

We could hope her approval ratings might be low enough after the nukes fly that the survivors could impeach her ... assuming the citizens who come out of the rubble don't string her up first.



posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 10:23 PM
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a reply to: carewemust

I almost voted for Hillary to prove corruption, that and I didn't trust Trump as our anti establishment card as we only may get one.

Then I remembered I have a soul and will now throw my vote away.



posted on Nov, 8 2016 @ 11:02 AM
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originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: carewemust

I almost voted for Hillary to prove corruption, that and I didn't trust Trump as our anti establishment card as we only may get one.

Then I remembered I have a soul and will now throw my vote away.


I was never even close to voting for Hillary, but I wish the race were not so close. If I had a sense that she would win, I would have voted for every Democrat person, or initiative, on our Chicago area ballot.

But, Trump's masterful at coming back, when a business goes bad. That same luck might apply today in the political realm.







 
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