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posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:19 AM
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I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?




posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:24 AM
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originally posted by: network dude
I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?


So far, these children are more than willing to not accept the way that things are. Proof lies within their actions.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:26 AM
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Am i the guy who sounds like I'm on the right?

I have no hatred only hope Trump hasn't or won't get controlled by the deep state. The biggest challenge he faces isn't from any foreign element but from within the halls of Washington.

As to will I ever just accept anything as is? Never, its not in my nature.

Make America great Trump, the world's watching.
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posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:27 AM
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originally posted by: network dude
I I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?



The right has already proven they couldn't get over it, accept things for the way they are, and work together. Look at the last 8 years.

Obama was attacked on everything he did, and the right made sure to obstruct him on everything, whether they previously agreed with the action or not.

To hell with the right; it's time for the left to give them a taste of their own medicine.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:29 AM
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originally posted by: tebyen

originally posted by: network dude
I I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?



The right has already proven they couldn't get over it, accept things for the way they are, and work together. Look at the last 8 years.

Obama was attacked on everything he did, and the right made sure to obstruct him on everything, whether they previously agreed with the action or not.

To hell with the right; it's time for the left to give them a taste of their own medicine.


So that's a no. Got it.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:30 AM
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originally posted by: Tundra

originally posted by: network dude
I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?


So far, these children are more than willing to not accept the way that things are. Proof lies within their actions.


Do you hold Republicans in the same light as the Party spent 8 years opposing everything he did and claiming he was a Kenyan Muslim. Not trying to say to wrongs make a right but to an outsider it seems laughable the right are claiming some moral high ground.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:30 AM
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originally posted by: tebyen

originally posted by: network dude
I I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?



The right has already proven they couldn't get over it, accept things for the way they are, and work together. Look at the last 8 years.

Obama was attacked on everything he did, and the right made sure to obstruct him on everything, whether they previously agreed with the action or not.

To hell with the right; it's time for the left to give them a taste of their own medicine.



Obama passed and got everything he wanted. What fantasy world do you live in? Maybe try turning off CNN every now and then.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:31 AM
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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Am i the guy who sounds like I'm on the right?

I have no hatred only hope Trump hasn't or won't get controlled by the deep state. The biggest challenge be faces isn't from any foreign advisary but from within the halls of Washington.

As to will I ever just accept anything as is? Never, its not in my nature.

Make America great Trump, the world's watching.


You aren't "that guy". And your attitude is one I hope more will adopt. Not looking for a love fest, just for people to let go of all the campaign rhetoric. It's over and we need to move on. At least the adults do.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:32 AM
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originally posted by: bastion

originally posted by: Tundra

originally posted by: network dude
I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?


So far, these children are more than willing to not accept the way that things are. Proof lies within their actions.


Do you hold Republicans in the same light as the Party spent 8 years opposing everything he did and claiming he was a Kenyan Muslim. Not trying to say to wrongs make a right but to an outsider it seems laughable the right are claiming some moral high ground.


Do you honestly believe that every person on the right held those beliefs?



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:35 AM
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originally posted by: tebyen

originally posted by: network dude
I I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?




The right has already proven they couldn't get over it, accept things for the way they are, and work together. Look at the last 8 years.

Obama was attacked on everything he did, and the right made sure to obstruct him on everything, whether they previously agreed with the action or not.

To hell with the right; it's time for the left to give them a taste of their own medicine.


Hahahaaa!! Its really hard to read that without laughing out loud. What "medicine" are we taking again?



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:36 AM
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originally posted by: bastion

originally posted by: Tundra

originally posted by: network dude
I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?


So far, these children are more than willing to not accept the way that things are. Proof lies within their actions.


Do you hold Republicans in the same light as the Party spent 8 years opposing everything he did and claiming he was a Kenyan Muslim. Not trying to say to wrongs make a right but to an outsider it seems laughable the right are claiming some moral high ground.



Forums may have tried to promote the Kenyan thang but no reputable news outlet did.




posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:39 AM
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The majority of the left (read: people that aren't opening their mouths) are on board and waiting.

Just like the majority of the right (read: people that aren't opening their mouths) are on board, waiting.

If you expect the most vocal to "about-face", you're waiting on them to go through a life crisis.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:48 AM
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originally posted by: bastion

originally posted by: Tundra

originally posted by: network dude
I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?


So far, these children are more than willing to not accept the way that things are. Proof lies within their actions.


Do you hold Republicans in the same light as the Party spent 8 years opposing everything he did and claiming he was a Kenyan Muslim. Not trying to say to wrongs make a right but to an outsider it seems laughable the right are claiming some moral high ground.


I voted for Obama (the first time,) then i grew up a little and really started to look at things. I was forced to be a criminal because I didn't sign up for the obamacareless. It's really hard to trust the government when they have #ed everybody, left and right. Tip o' the iceberg.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:50 AM
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This whole drama is just ridiculous, with some people refusing to accept the outcome. What are they saying, that only their opinion counts and an outcome is invalid if it is not to their wishes?
If they think that the system is rigged or unfair, there are things people can do to remedy that. Proper things, like collecting evidence, file a class action case, go into politics themselves, turn up for votes, hold speeches to 'convince' others that only your opinion is acceptable etc.
Instead there is whining, crying, jumping, name calling, slander, idiot memes.
Those are the actions of children, not adults. It never happened before in such a manner, which leads me to conclude that the whining generation does:

a) have no idea what adult actions are [maybe have never been told]
b) that things need to change about the attitude of these 'adult babies' *

*I actually don't mean that in a derogative way - believe it or not- adult babies is a term that describes adults that are treated by advertisers, politicians, parents etc, like babies. Onesies, childish adverts that talk to people as if they are 4, everyone is a winner attitudes, you can be whatever you like in your life without working for it etc.
Meaning that the whole adult thing is sacrificed for accepted babyfication of adults.

I have no horse in the political stake of your US clown presidents but you have to understand that the reason most people voted for Trump is that he was the only one telling it how it is and wanting to do something about it. He promised an actually different route from what has been done for years without any success.
So at the moment I am watching the whole thing with hoping that Trump delivers. If he is not, then he'll be a goner and another clown will try his best.

Leftists should be chill and watch the space, if they are lucky, Trump will make a fool out of himself and you can try again and probably win. By attacking a man before he has even done anything is just another adult baby behaviour.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 08:55 AM
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(I think grow up on both sides is key)


That is key. Unfortunately if history has any say your efforts suggest that the division and finger pointing is just getting started.

Unfortunately, both sides are responsible and neither one concentrates in fixing their own parties issues.

It should be a wake up call for political cheerleaders on both sides to realize that something is seriously broken when our elections are consistently about picking the lesser evil . Yet around the mouse wheel we go.

Part of the problem is also that both sides are being bombarded by one sided, agenda driven political news that only divides the nation and causes hate,fear, and intolerance towards one another.

While I was ecstatic that such a horrible representation of a politician such as Hillary Clinton didn't get rewarded for her lack lustre scandal ridden career by becoming POTUS, I could not bring myself to vote for Trump either.

Having said that I do like how he is bringing focus to the agenda driven news sources, even if its just CNN right now.

I do like that the establishment,MSM, and Hollywood doesn't like him , despite the enemy of your enemy doesn't automatically translate to them being your friend.

I do like that he has put a 5 year anti revolving door clause in his cabinet.

I do like that he speaks his mind even if I don't always s agree with him. I prefer that than a scripted controlled drone.

I do like that he is not ashamed to put America first.

I believe his build a wall thing is complete BS.

I can't get passed my views of him as being a conman , but I'm willing to atleast give him a chance as POTUS. Actually to my surprise I actually have a .001% hope with him on actually doing good things which I have never had with any prior POTUS.

Oh cr@p , was I the "guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left. " ?


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posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 09:01 AM
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"We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided.

@realDonaldTrump 8:29 - 6 Nov 2012

Right after Obama won the election.

hysterical!



also these,


Lets fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice! The world is laughing at us.
@realDonaldTrump 11:30 PM - 6 Nov 2012

This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy!
@realDonaldTrump 11:33 PM - 6 Nov 2012

Our country is now in serious and unprecedented trouble...like never before.
@realDonaldTrump 11:39 PM - 6 Nov 2012

The electoral college is a disaster for a democracy.
@realDonaldTrump 11:45 PM - 6 Nov 2012



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 09:01 AM
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Why are you concerned about the Left and how they are going to conduct themselves? You have bigger things to worry about.

The Right now controls congress and the WH. You can no longer blame everything on Obama, Hillary or the media. You got what you wanted and now it's time for the Right to grow up and act like adults.

We will see if they can rise to the occasion or if they are going to continue being childish, conspiracy-minded hypocrites.

Good luck.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 09:06 AM
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originally posted by: network dude
I have a question for all those on the left, and the one guy on the right, who sounds like he's on the left.

Do you plan to ever drop the hatred and hyperbole over the election and just accept things as they are? I ask this in hopes that we will all move on, grow up, work together, and grow up. (I think grow up on both sides is key)

We have been staunchly divided over the election. All that is fine. I'll even play the "what if" game here and say that if Hillary won, at some point, we on the right would have to "get over it" and accept things for what they are. So how about it?
Are you willing to accept the way it is, and move forward? Are you willing to work together?


I'm happy to. Right up until someone on the right can't help themselves and comes out with a "snowflake" or "Leftard" comment, then I'll go right back to thinking you're all pathetic excuses for human beings.

I'm willing to try though.



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 09:12 AM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: network dude

Why are you concerned about the Left and how they are going to conduct themselves? You have bigger things to worry about.

The Right now controls congress and the WH. You can no longer blame everything on Obama, Hillary or the media. You got what you wanted and now it's time for the Right to grow up and act like adults.

We will see if they can rise to the occasion or if they are going to continue being childish, conspiracy-minded hypocrites.

Good luck.


Well, If I was a real asshole, I would bring up the "blame the last guy" rhetoric that has been thrown around for the last 8, but I don't feel like being that today, I think we all need to put this behind us and move on. Trump is president as of noon today. In 4 years that can change. For now though, we who reside inside the US need to stop the tears and arrogance. Stop fighting and start working.

If trump does bad things, everyone will call him out, everyone. And if he does good things, half of us will recognize it. I just think if more people were able to move forward instead of fighting like hell to remain in the past, we could make some positive growth.

Why is it so important to fuel the hatred? Is there a prize?



posted on Jan, 20 2017 @ 09:13 AM
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a reply to: network dude

You do not want to work together. Not on women's issues or ACA. I thought infrastructure would be a good meeting place. But then I saw where massive cuts are planned. I don't see how jobs are just going to appear in the rural areas when people will need a good income to afford the new health care plan, whatever that is. And to afford charter schools since public education is on the chopping block now. And on foreign, I have no idea what the plan is there, so no idea what common ground is there.




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