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Posted 1/14/16

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"Who cares; Hilary's gonna be the next president anyways </ennui>" - My canned reaction to anything related to the upcoming U.S. presidential election


They say you get the candidate you vote for. That includes not voting.

Me, I remember missing an emergency senatorial election in MA because it was snowing, and we got stuck with Scott Brown for four years, AND the sudden knee-jerk press reaction that "Gasp! Massachusetts elected a Republican senator! Is this the first warning omen of a new tidal wave of the public rejecting Obama's policies in the midterm???"
No, it meant that I couldn't get through the freakin' snow, and most people didn't even know they were holding an emergency election in January!
After that, it was "Okay: NOTE TO MYSELF... " Citizenship prevents disasters.


Riiiiiiight

Voted for Al Gore and Ron Paul

Got EXACTLY the candidate I voted for
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^ this is why Hillary will be the next president. This right here...
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^ What? Unless you are implying Hillary supporters are robots, which they are not. Every voter votes for what they think is best. I doubt anyone has any malicious intent for the United States. Competence is another question however.
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Apparently the group that has accurately predicted the who will become president for nearly 30 years straight says Bernie will win. Considering their track record I'd say that's a good indicator.

Also, said group doesn't do a 50/50 estimate. Their process starts with the primaries, so they even predict who will be representing each party.
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Why would anyone want Hilary clinton? Power to the woman and not the people? Because that's all I see, a battle of the sex's.

Yeah you tell that man Hilary! Tell him that women will make this country great again, and we accept everyone! Change is coming! Woooooo! And probably some in debt economic alterations, and health care bullshit, and taxes, and equality.

Just accept that trump will win. America is depressed, so let the charasmatic straight shooter win. I don't understand what people are expecting. The world has stopped breeding leaders in this world so we can have puppets instead.

America's already fucked, what more can trump do? Like seriously, that guy gives no fucks and he tells it like it is, that's what I want to see, a man who took a fortune and created an even greater fortune from his connections, demanding approach, and charasmatic speaking.
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At least we'll have this
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cavemaneca wrote:

Apparently the group that has accurately predicted the who will become president for nearly 30 years straight says Bernie will win. Considering their track record I'd say that's a good indicator.

Also, said group doesn't do a 50/50 estimate. Their process starts with the primaries, so they even predict who will be representing each party.


That's interesting, did it say who Bernie goes against? Is it Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Christie, or Bush?
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cavemaneca wrote:

Apparently the group that has accurately predicted the who will become president for nearly 30 years straight says Bernie will win. Considering their track record I'd say that's a good indicator.

Also, said group doesn't do a 50/50 estimate. Their process starts with the primaries, so they even predict who will be representing each party.


That's interesting, did it say who Bernie goes against? Is it Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Christie, or Bush?


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cavemaneca wrote:


chinesedoodle wrote:


cavemaneca wrote:

Apparently the group that has accurately predicted the who will become president for nearly 30 years straight says Bernie will win. Considering their track record I'd say that's a good indicator.

Also, said group doesn't do a 50/50 estimate. Their process starts with the primaries, so they even predict who will be representing each party.


That's interesting, did it say who Bernie goes against? Is it Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Christie, or Bush?


Bush


Now that is even more interesting! Their guess then is that Trump and Cruz burn out like their conservative peers in 2012 as well as Rubio's and Christie's small rise having no effect in the long run.

I wonder how Bernie actually wins against Hillary. Perhaps Hillary is just too boring? I can empathize as Hillary is very establishment and a bland character.

Bush shock me even more though since he has the same baggage as Hillary as an establishment character and is arguably even duller than Clinton.

I look forward to see how right these predictions are in the future.
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I wonder if Hillary will blow out her diaper again in the next debate.
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I'd rather have trump than Hilary. I wouldn't trust Hilary to watch my dog much less the country. If I paid trump to watch my dog then I believe he would successfully watch my dog.
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I can't vote for Bernie because of the group of people who support him (one very LOUD group in particular) and FOR THE LOVE OF GOD not Mr. "small loan of a million dollars" the last thing we need is for the world to hate us because we have a xenophobic racist asshole that can't accept reality, like global warming, being our representative to the world. His logic is: It's cold outside, therefore global warming isn't true. He probably uses the same logic on world hunger too: I just ate so therefore world hunger does not exist.

If Trump wasn't an asshole that needs a reality check, I'd vote for him otherwise. I'd like someone that has no political background but rather a business background to lead us. Bill Gates or Oprah would be a way better option if you ask me, and if they were to actually run they'd probably be a shoo-in.
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I'd rather have trump than Hilary. I wouldn't trust Hilary to watch my dog much less the country. If I paid trump to watch my dog then I believe he would successfully watch my dog.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKWVCv8uWDI

This is how you imagine it then?
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I remember when she had to make the speech for Obama at the '08 Convention--
All her female supporters were holding up "Hillary '08" banners (hello?--She had just LOST by that point?) and once the cheers died down, the first...the first...thing she said into the microphone was:
"Are you all here for ME?"

(That was the scariest freakin' thing I'd ever seen at the conventions:
After all her rants about losing her superdelegates, she walks out on stage, gets a heroine-jolt of attention, and all of a sudden, "I'm ready for my nomination now, Mr. DeMille... ")
Posted 1/14/16

Rujikin wrote:

I'd rather have trump than Hilary. I wouldn't trust Hilary to watch my dog much less the country. If I paid trump to watch my dog then I believe he would successfully watch my dog.


I literally LOLed.
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