posted on Feb, 20 2016 @ 06:06 PM
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: 11andrew34
Win going to Hillary. I'm not feeling angry or suspicious. Not really getting that point. Narrow win = angry/suspicious ?
Anyway keep it moving Hill
Well it's similar to how most people here will be suspicious about you being a shill for Hillary, given your recent reg date (Feb 5th of this month,
just 15 days ago) and yet relatively high post count.
Whether true or not doesn't matter because trust, once broken, is most likely never rebuilt. People are fed up with the blatant thieves, and none are
more blatant than the Bushes and Clintons. Since when do Presidents become multi-billionaires AFTER being President?
Personally, I would guess that an actual paid shill would not make the mistake of also openly rooting for Hillary while trying to make my point about
anger/suspicion at a close win seem nonsensical. I obviously wasn't speaking about how I expected the faithful Hillary supporters to react; why would
you/they be angry or suspicious?
But obviously, the Bernie supporters are going to be angry and suspicious at a narrow win for HIllary, and I would also expect the remaining middle to
go that way as well...probably with more of an emphasis on suspicion.
Really though, this is only what, the THIRD primary!?!? If they have already resorted to using the 'vote stealing machines' to save Hillary, it should
be obvious that she really is done and her candidacy simply can't be saved. So as for the Hillary faithful, I would think they might actually be
dispirited by a mere close win. The zealots won't believe it, but the thinkers/cynics/etc will think that maybe they are already having to cheat to
win, and see the writing on the wall. They can't expect to make it if they really had to cheat the whole way to the convention.
Another thing the writing on the wall is saying is that the Democrats have their own sharks and they are already circling Hillary and a close win will
not get them to go away. Biden and Bloomberg and who knows who else will calculate that her candidacy is just as weak as before, and still on a path
to failure, whether this is a win or a "win."
edit on 20-2-2016 by 11andrew34 because: clarification