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Posted 11/5/16

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Why should I believe some posts that come up right before the election and that has already been disproved. Also, it is ironic how the mainstream Republicans are campaigning to rebel against the U.S. political system and oppose the two remaining candidates just because it is no longer rigged to serve the rich 1% with their addiction to immigrants; they should embrace their magical girl mentality and assume that the invisible hand, the supernatural manifestation of the social structure and a supernatural government, is enforcing a just system in U.S. and stop sabotaging the invisible hand with their extensive hacking, censoring, and impersonation.

I also wonder why are some people complaining about Putin`s involvement in U.S. election when the Capitalist ideology state that every person can interfere on other`s affair without intervention from another and hope that the invisible hand will magically deal with this issue. Putin is doing what U.S. had been doing in the third world nations: setting up corrupted puppet government who pay tribute to a foreign power for political support and funding war to create opportunities for criminal investment in the chaos. Putin will remove U.S. as the leading economic power, create more equal relation between U.S. and other nations, and eventually decrease immigration to U.S.

The Capitalists has been using some psychological tricks to encourage immigration into U.S. despite their accusation toward the overpowered hard-working innovative Communists for brainwashing people. After an immigrants pass a big step for U.S. citizenship, the Capitalist will suddenly expose an extra step for citizenship and expose even more extra step after completing the previous extra step; in this case, the immigrants will continue the many extra steps so they will not waste their effort and maintain their initial expectation. Many immigrants face a way more harsh living conditions then they expect after immigration and this trigger cognitive dissonance; those immigrants will think more positively about their harsh living conditions to avoid large contradiction between their beliefs and reality and save themselves from being a fool.


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Donald Trump: Man, White, elitist, racist, liar, etc
Hillary Clinton: Woman

Sorry, it is obvious who will be the next president of the United States
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Posted 11/5/16 , edited 11/6/16

william-san wrote:

Donald Trump: Man, White, elitist, racist, liar, etc
Hillary Clinton: Woman

Sorry, it is obvious who will be the next president of the United States


Hillary did say she only had one phone, didn't email any classified info, et cetera

but she's going to be president anyways
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Who cares, their both extremists. It's one evil or the other
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Posted 11/5/16 , edited 11/5/16
She wins the electoral vote;

he wins the popular vote.

We lose either way; in Trump we get an extremist ; in Hillary it'll be 'How long before she gets impeached?'
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Hmm, I'll give her a 60% chance simply due to the Democrats advantage in the electoral college.. Trump has momentum though, and her scandals keep getting bigger and bigger by the day so don't be too surprised if Trump flips a few states. The election will be close though, its going to be within 30 or so electoral votes.
Posted 11/6/16

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RaisedInACult wrote:

It aint looking good for Clinton, unless those voting machines really pull through

As a reminder, if anyone thinks the gov doesnt already have hillary's personal emails from her "private" server, they are completely incorrect, there is a copy right here:


along with a copy of all your stuff, and my stuff, and everyone's stuff.

If your device is connected to a network, it is insecure, period end of story.

Only is it secure when it cannot reach any network, has no wireless capabilities, AND is physically secure....can the information there be considered "secure"....and so an email server isnt going to do much good not connected to a network.

If your device runs Windows (anything past win98 SE - remember why that SE update was so important? it really had to do with root key certificates, hint hint) or Android or Mac, then the security agencies can walk right in, just as if your front door was open.


Umm, sorry but the Clinton Foundation has some of the highest charitable ratio of any foundation, watchdogged by multiple groups. You've gotta be kidding yourself if fucking Dallas dumb-texas's IRS is going to make a difference. Just more Republicans and conspiracy theories. How about policy?


Since you believe that, I'll invite you to go actually examine the data behind what you're trying to asset, and please try not to cry when you find that well over 90% DID NOT GO TO CHARITY but to the foundation

and there is all sorts of records of donors being pissed about them thinking they made a donation to the CGHI and the money never made it out of the CF.

the clinton foundation is a money laundering house, sorry to inform you
Posted 11/6/16

sundin13 wrote:

How do those who believe that "support for Clinton is a media driven lie" explain polling? While Clinton isn't polling as strongly as she once was, she still maintains a lead despite the terrible news cycle she is currently in.


It couldnt have anything to do with her never even getting out of her car at her last rally, because the crowd was chanting LOCK HER UP
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lol bias search engine
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Posted 11/6/16

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The difference is Hillary's evil is factual and evident while Trump's supposed evil is heresay and opinion driven confirmation bias.


I dunno, considering the guy he has for VP, and some of the things he's said, pretty sure I don't want those two dudes in office either.
Sure, Hillary may be much worse, but Trump and his VP are definitely not good choices either. Not by a long shot.
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Considering the FBI just re-opened the case on Hilary thanks to Trevor Gowdy. People better prepare for a possible impeachment even if Hilary wins.
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When infact all records show them to be over 90% charitable and Trump refuses to show any of his donations and spends donor money on portraits of himself? Yeah, alright. Find any evidence that states otherwise- every donor watchdog group shows you to be wrong.

Also tell that to the millions the Clintons help with food, water, and vaccines. You're really willing to spew any drivel you can, but all facts show you to have an obvious disconnect with reality. Go back to R/TheDonald and find other conspiracy theorists there.

Also the FBI has always leaned Right, reopening the case after 30,000 emails were sent with no scandals after being checked by a Democratic and Republican committee and scrutinized by the people shows you guys to be full of unfounded conspiracy theories, but no quantitative evidence.
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Both are terrible candidates, Hillary probably won't get much done as president but will at lest not screw things up much worse then they already are making her the safe choice. Trump really does not know what he is doing, best case scenario he does something stupid enough to get him self impeached which would make Pence the president.....who would probably be better then either trump or Hillary.

In short, do we play it safe or take a risk?
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Posted 11/6/16 , edited 11/6/16

abyss98 wrote:
In short, do we play it safe or take a risk?


Honestly, the foremost worry ( before any of his other crazed ideas ) is that he will torpedo the US economy and take the rest of us down with you. The markets are already fluctuating the better his chances look. The S&P 500 is currently on a historically long 9 day plunge bender. Which hasn't happened since 1980. Every economic assessment of his policies is Very Bad(tm) to say the least.

Markets like stability and if there is one thing Trump isn't, it's stable.

But don't worry! I'm sure when you're huddled around a trash can fire deciding whether or not you can bring yourself to eat a stray cat to survive, RaisedInACult will still be there to reassure you this was all the Globalists(tm) fault and had nothing at all to do with Trump. -.-
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Posted 11/6/16

RaisedInACult wrote:


sundin13 wrote:

How do those who believe that "support for Clinton is a media driven lie" explain polling? While Clinton isn't polling as strongly as she once was, she still maintains a lead despite the terrible news cycle she is currently in.


It couldnt have anything to do with her never even getting out of her car at her last rally, because the crowd was chanting LOCK HER UP


You know what, you're right. It couldn't have anything to do with that because I have no idea how what you just said relates to my question. What are you even talking about?

Besides, from what I can tell that didn't even happen.

Go home Cult, you're drunk.
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