Hillary’s choice

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Anya.186 » Fri May 12, 2017 8:59 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
jengurl1987 wrote:Tim Kaine was an excellent choice!


Tim Kaine was as exciting as a bowl of rice pudding and just about as tough.
Looking back at the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton made just about every conceivable mistake possible.
She thought the nomination was her’s for the taking.
An old non-Democrat and socialist Bernie Sanders excited most of the base.
Had Clinton chosen Sanders as her vice presidential pick, she likely would have been elected.
It is sad when the non-trump voters totaled more votes than trump. This is the flaw in the electoral college.
The presidential election should be run like most other elections in our country. If none of the candidates gains 50 percent plus one vote, there has to be a run-off between the two top vote getters.


In my mind Clinton was elected except for an archaic law dating back to formation of federalism.


Many of the founding fathers did not trust the people. That is why they formed the electoral college. Except this time around, the electoral college worked against their reasoning for having the electoral college.
The electoral college should be abolished.
If there is the need for a run-off election for president, that is the way it should be done.
Had only Clinton and trump been on the ballot, I believe that Clinton would have won.
There are so many ideological idiots who throw their votes away on third-party candidates. These are the people I blame for trump being elected,
“Ewwwww, I don’t like Hillary. And I won’t vote for trump. I am voting for Jill Stein in protest.” In other words, they are voting for trump. That was the reality.


But look how entertaining Trump is.
You couldn't afford to pay for comedy at that level.
I used to know everything.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Jean-Louise » Sat May 13, 2017 11:30 pm

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
jengurl1987 wrote:Tim Kaine was an excellent choice!


Tim Kaine was as exciting as a bowl of rice pudding and just about as tough.
Looking back at the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton made just about every conceivable mistake possible.
She thought the nomination was her’s for the taking.
An old non-Democrat and socialist Bernie Sanders excited most of the base.
Had Clinton chosen Sanders as her vice presidential pick, she likely would have been elected.
It is sad when the non-trump voters totaled more votes than trump. This is the flaw in the electoral college.
The presidential election should be run like most other elections in our country. If none of the candidates gains 50 percent plus one vote, there has to be a run-off between the two top vote getters.


In my mind Clinton was elected except for an archaic law dating back to formation of federalism.


Many of the founding fathers did not trust the people. That is why they formed the electoral college. Except this time around, the electoral college worked against their reasoning for having the electoral college.
The electoral college should be abolished.
If there is the need for a run-off election for president, that is the way it should be done.
Had only Clinton and trump been on the ballot, I believe that Clinton would have won.
There are so many ideological idiots who throw their votes away on third-party candidates. These are the people I blame for trump being elected,
“Ewwwww, I don’t like Hillary. And I won’t vote for trump. I am voting for Jill Stein in protest.” In other words, they are voting for trump. That was the reality.


But look how entertaining Trump is.
You couldn't afford to pay for comedy at that level.


It just makes me mad. I have many friends who voted for Stein. I told then that would assure that trump might get elected.
Now, they admit to their mistake.
But that is little consolation for 24 million people who may soon lose their health care.
Voting is a process of elimination. Not a selection process. You vote for the lesser of two evils.
Hillary was not perfect. But she was 1,000 times better than trump.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Anya.186 » Sun May 14, 2017 10:24 am

To use his own verbiage, Trump is imploding.
In a way, it is sad to see that level of incompetence as a world leader.
His reputation is irreparable.
I used to know everything.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Jean-Louise » Mon May 15, 2017 1:48 pm

Anya.186 wrote:To use his own verbiage, Trump is imploding.
In a way, it is sad to see that level of incompetence as a world leader.
His reputation is irreparable.


He is in way over his head.
He has made much of his fortune ripping off others.
Now that light is shining on him, he is feeling the pressure of not just being some sleezy background businessman.
I just hope that he does not do irreparable damage to this country before he can be impeached.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Anya.186 » Tue May 16, 2017 10:20 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:To use his own verbiage, Trump is imploding.
In a way, it is sad to see that level of incompetence as a world leader.
His reputation is irreparable.


He is in way over his head.
He has made much of his fortune ripping off others.
Now that light is shining on him, he is feeling the pressure of not just being some sleezy background businessman.
I just hope that he does not do irreparable damage to this country before he can be impeached.


He is so immature as a statesman.
I have no idea why more staff haven't run.
I used to know everything.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Jean-Louise » Wed May 17, 2017 1:50 pm

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:To use his own verbiage, Trump is imploding.
In a way, it is sad to see that level of incompetence as a world leader.
His reputation is irreparable.


He is in way over his head.
He has made much of his fortune ripping off others.
Now that light is shining on him, he is feeling the pressure of not just being some sleezy background businessman.
I just hope that he does not do irreparable damage to this country before he can be impeached.


He is so immature as a statesman.
I have no idea why more staff haven't run.


What I do not understand are the GOP Senators and House members. Trump could put many of those folks out of office in 2018 and 2020.
If I were them, I would find a way to throw trump under the bus and to put Pence in as president.
If I were a Republican, I would find a way to get trump impeached and then blame the Democrats, that way it would not look like they were trying to get rid of trump.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Anya.186 » Wed May 17, 2017 7:23 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:To use his own verbiage, Trump is imploding.
In a way, it is sad to see that level of incompetence as a world leader.
His reputation is irreparable.


He is in way over his head.
He has made much of his fortune ripping off others.
Now that light is shining on him, he is feeling the pressure of not just being some sleezy background businessman.
I just hope that he does not do irreparable damage to this country before he can be impeached.


He is so immature as a statesman.
I have no idea why more staff haven't run.


What I do not understand are the GOP Senators and House members. Trump could put many of those folks out of office in 2018 and 2020.
If I were them, I would find a way to throw trump under the bus and to put Pence in as president.
If I were a Republican, I would find a way to get trump impeached and then blame the Democrats, that way it would not look like they were trying to get rid of trump.


Next year the entire House is up for reelect.
Many Gubers too.
It should be interesting.
I used to know everything.

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Re: Hillary’s choice

Postby Jean-Louise » Wed May 17, 2017 8:24 pm

Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:
Anya.186 wrote:To use his own verbiage, Trump is imploding.
In a way, it is sad to see that level of incompetence as a world leader.
His reputation is irreparable.


He is in way over his head.
He has made much of his fortune ripping off others.
Now that light is shining on him, he is feeling the pressure of not just being some sleezy background businessman.
I just hope that he does not do irreparable damage to this country before he can be impeached.


He is so immature as a statesman.
I have no idea why more staff haven't run.


What I do not understand are the GOP Senators and House members. Trump could put many of those folks out of office in 2018 and 2020.
If I were them, I would find a way to throw trump under the bus and to put Pence in as president.
If I were a Republican, I would find a way to get trump impeached and then blame the Democrats, that way it would not look like they were trying to get rid of trump.


Next year the entire House is up for reelect.
Many Gubers too.
It should be interesting.


If they were smart, they would disassociate themselves with trump now.


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