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Is this comic maker a Time traveler or fortune teller?

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^^^ it's funny how F**** up America is. So many people think Trump is a joke yet he won.
Then you have millions of morons who protested after, when they could've voted.
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Welcome back. Dilbert always was on point.
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Im not sure voting would have helped seeing as he lost the popular vote..... I mean in my district I could vote for who ever and it wouldn't have changed anything.... the entire district votes democrat so while I may have added one vote against Trump gerrymandering makes my vote worthless.....
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Dilbert did it before Simpsons....
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Mockingbird712 wrote:

Im not sure voting would have helped seeing as he lost the popular vote..... I mean in my district I could vote for who ever and it wouldn't have changed anything.... the entire district votes democrat so while I may have added one vote against Trump gerrymandering makes my vote worthless.....


I think unless you live in Maine the same is true for everyone. In presidential elections popular vote is what wins you the state and its electoral votes.
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Mockingbird712 wrote:

Im not sure voting would have helped seeing as he lost the popular vote..... I mean in my district I could vote for who ever and it wouldn't have changed anything.... the entire district votes democrat so while I may have added one vote against Trump gerrymandering makes my vote worthless.....


Yup, it's why the courts have ruled to restore the previous "maps" in Texas and other states (AL, AZ, VA, WI, MD, NC) are being looked into. The courts are promising in the 2018 midterms the minority vote won't be suppressed like it was in 2016. Other states courts have been finding the same...

and yes DOGBERT RULES!
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dogbert, you are the best manga character ever!

and before you debate about "ohh, he is from america, and ohh, newspaper comics are by far inferior". and yada yada horseshit idgaf about.

first, it's my opinion, not a fact,

second, its a joke,

third, fight me!
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MysticGon wrote:


Mockingbird712 wrote:

Im not sure voting would have helped seeing as he lost the popular vote..... I mean in my district I could vote for who ever and it wouldn't have changed anything.... the entire district votes democrat so while I may have added one vote against Trump gerrymandering makes my vote worthless.....


I think unless you live in Maine the same is true for everyone. In presidential elections popular vote is what wins you the state and its electoral votes.


If that were the case we wouldn't have an oompa loompa in office at the moment. He "lost" the popular vote. He won off winning more electoral college votes. Our voting system is a mess that along with many other political systems needs to be either rethought of just plain scrapped.
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Posted 3/21/17 , edited 3/21/17

Mockingbird712 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


Mockingbird712 wrote:

Im not sure voting would have helped seeing as he lost the popular vote..... I mean in my district I could vote for who ever and it wouldn't have changed anything.... the entire district votes democrat so while I may have added one vote against Trump gerrymandering makes my vote worthless.....


I think unless you live in Maine the same is true for everyone. In presidential elections popular vote is what wins you the state and its electoral votes.


If that were the case we wouldn't have an oompa loompa in office at the moment. He "lost" the popular vote. He won off winning more electoral college votes. Our voting system is a mess that along with many other political systems needs to be either rethought of just plain scrapped.


I'm saying he won the popular vote in the majority of the states, which is what wins you electoral votes, which is how you become president.

Whoever gets the popular vote in the state wins the state and it's electoral votes.

The districts matter is local, state and congressional races. Not presidential ones.

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