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Proud to be from the state that backed Bernie.
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Animegirlzvstheworld wrote:

Proud to be from the state that backed Bernie.


Well, at least I get to be from the state where it was dangerously close to within a margin of error.

(And where Trump won with less that 50% of the vote, since whatever Republican voters we had were writing in candidates who'd already dropped out, like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.)
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Ejanss wrote:
(And where Trump won with less that 50% of the vote, since whatever Republican voters we had were writing in candidates who'd already dropped out, like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.)


He ain't coming back. There is no hope for him now:

https://youtu.be/cmfB5iofRSc
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runec wrote:


Ejanss wrote:
(And where Trump won with less that 50% of the vote, since whatever Republican voters we had were writing in candidates who'd already dropped out, like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.)


He ain't coming back. There is no hope for him now:

https://youtu.be/cmfB5iofRSc


I know, but point is, some voters still preferred a candidate who wasn't running.
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dotsforlife wrote:

I think we all know this political race is just going to come down to Trump/Hillary in the end. I can't say I like that, but that's the likely outcome. I guess it's 4 more years of waiting for a better candidate.


8 more years



8 more years... Oh boy...
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Trump and Hillary were the biggest winners of the night, unfortunately. The award for biggest loser goes to Chris Christie.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/03/01/chris-christie-donald-trump-rally/81187404/

The face he made when he woke up and realized he was stuck in the middle of a Trump rally really says a lot. You can just tell the internal screaming in his head was intensifying throughout that speech. Endorsing Trump was an impulsive move to get back at Rubio and the GOP. Just a few days later he looks like he's going to cry standing next to Trump. The poor guy didn't realize what he got himself into until it was too late.
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I said this already

Hillary is the next president of the United States

Wait another 4 years for possibly more business as usual
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nanikore2 wrote:

I said this already

Hillary is the next president of the United States

Wait another 4 years for possibly more business as usual


Assuming Clinton wins (and I would be shocked if she didn't), it's very possible the GOP will end up going 16+ years without winning a national election. They will also surely lose the supreme court, and if they aren't careful their majority in congress. What a mess they've made for themselves. This election in particular, It's been stunning to watch them self-destruct.
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runec wrote:


Ejanss wrote:
(And where Trump won with less that 50% of the vote, since whatever Republican voters we had were writing in candidates who'd already dropped out, like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.)


He ain't coming back. There is no hope for him now:

https://youtu.be/cmfB5iofRSc


Actually, to be fair, there's still some hope for him. We might yet get a Trump/Christie ticket, and if Trump wins, then maybe Trump gets impeached, and then BOOM! -- President Christie.
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Of course the only way Hillary can win close battles is through controversies...

https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2016/03/01/did-bill-clinton-violate-election-rules-mass/5octlX1d28GwmN3kitiECK/story.html

Her husband broke the law in Massachusetts in order to get more people to vote for her in a state that she was falling behind in. Now she barely won with just a 1% lead.
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If it ends with Hillary/Trump, then they will be guaranteed to get my blank vote.
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Bernie's actually performed rather well, given how the establishment was trying to write him off after South Carolina. This editorial does a good job of explaining how the momentum could shift heavily in Bernie's favor by the end of March:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/why-bernie-sanders-won-su_b_9363416.html?section=india
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So if Hillary wins does that make Bill Clinton the first lady? This and this alone is why I want them to win. SNL is going to have so much fun with this election. And where the hell is John Stewart when we really need him? Politics making night talk show great for years now.

I say we all just scratch out everyone's name and vote for someone like Gilbert Gottfried instead. Can you imagine his presidential speeches?
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I wasn't expecting Rubio to actually win a state a this point...

Sanders' wins are more depressing than his losses (most are southern states after all) since the superdelegates seem to be in Clinton's camp and so dead set against Sanders; seeing how the superdelegates are affecting the delegate count in those states, ugh... -__-
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