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Old November 10, 2016, 05:24 AM
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For every David Duke that endorsed Trump, there's a Will Quigg and Robert Byrd to keep Hitlery company . The elite snobs at Communist News Networks, Anything But Cr*p; et-all got owned by the little people, the trailer trash.

Hitlery was active in covering up the misdeeds of slick Willie for years, war on women and all that . The perceived offense at Trump's words pales in comparison to the starry eyed, thrill in the legs felt by ardent worshippers of slick Willie, who was all action .
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Old November 10, 2016, 07:04 AM
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More such memes will keep coming, but is he really that naive?
শায়ার মির্জা ঘালিব বলেছিলেন:
-দিল বেহেলানে কে লীয়ে খেয়াল আচ্ছা হাই ঘালিব।

Hitlery, the DNC and the Lamestream media assumed likewise, to their own peril.
I think he is very sly and shrewd.

In other news Blue supporters indulged in rioting and arson in Oakland CA. If the rioters were Reds, Tea Party etc; Lamestream media would be shouting from the rooftops day and night.
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Old November 10, 2016, 07:16 AM
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Rifat sums up the thought process behind these educated Bernie Bros who are out for blood. Not a lot of you voted in the primaries, so you were disappointed in the "system" and made sure you went out and voted this time. And voted for Trump.

I supported Bernie. And there's no way in hell he's happy right now. If you think this is a win for you, you never understood Bernie in the first place. But enjoy this America which stands for everything Bernie opposes. You hand picked it.
For the record, I did not vote at all... I only vote for someone who truly deserves it so that I am not held accountable to Allah on the day of Judgement because my vote elected someone in office who caused corruption in the land, That's why i didn't vote. If someone deserves my vote, only then i will go for it.(I forgot to register and if Jill Stein made 15% or higher in the polls, i would have been more serious about it)

second of all, I am from CT, currently live in CT. CT won democrat by the way ...it's a blue state.
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Old November 10, 2016, 07:18 AM
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It's very sad for Obama that from being the representation of change, the New America and the first black POTUS to having to shake hands with a man who continued to question is birth up until a month ago, a man who basically sleeping with the KKK's. This is a cruel world.
Push for TPP, don't keep public option in the Obamacare, do intervention and drone strikes, suppress populist candidate like Bernie and push an establishment hack like Hillary - Obama deserves every bit of humiliation handed down to him by Donald J. Trump.

Trump - you are my hero.

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Old November 10, 2016, 07:25 AM
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Do you want to know why Libya was destroyed and why Gaddafi(a really good muslim guy) was destroyed...it was all Hillary + Obama.

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Old November 10, 2016, 07:29 AM
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Here is to hoping Trump pre-election was just a running joke just to get votes and he is not really what he says and does the right things

Most politicians are very morally corrupt anyways. Trump is just honest about it!
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Old November 10, 2016, 07:44 AM
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Do you want to know why Libya was destroyed and why Gaddafi(a really good muslim guy) was destroyed...it was all Hillary + Obama.
Exactly, the lamestream media would have us believe otherwise but the truth is evident. Libya and Syria are reeling because of these two "fair and unbiased" dear leaders.
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Old November 10, 2016, 08:33 AM
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Coming back to the anti Trump protests and riots happening now. These protesting scum and their ilk never hesitate to call conservatives violent and want guns banned. Its evident why because they are scared, conservatives would use them in self defense against rioters like them during situations like these.

Would these roaches remind us of any conservative violence after Obama was elected, after he and Pessolini shoved the Ohbummertax down the nation's collective throat and more ? These are the ones I consider the lowest of the low, slime-b@lls each and every one of them. This is the thuggery that communist and socialist scum exhibit with astonishing regularity everywhere.
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Old November 10, 2016, 09:25 AM
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Hillary, Obama, Bush are all big time war criminals...all sides of the same coin. Today the US may be a superpower but tomorrow the world will take its vengeance on US..we can not afford to continue to elect war hawks in the white house. That's why this election sucks big time! In some sense I am happy Hillary was not elected.

at least with republican's we get a good tax break. democraps take all your hard earned tax money and use it for war.

Honestly speaking, They are all war hawks. I prefer Honesty over Hypocrisy all day every day any day. and the American public see it too....remember 8 years ago the same people voted for Obama, thinking he represented true change!

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I don't read good articles in media now a days, but here is one:
https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...inton-liberals

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What we need to focus on now is the obvious question: what the hell went wrong? What species of cluelessness guided our Democratic leaders as they went about losing what they told us was the most important election of our lifetimes?

Start at the top. Why, oh why, did it have to be Hillary Clinton? Yes, she has an impressive resume; yes, she worked hard on the campaign trail. But she was exactly the wrong candidate for this angry, populist moment. An insider when the country was screaming for an outsider. A technocrat who offered fine-tuning when the country wanted to take a sledgehammer to the machine.

She was the Democratic candidate because it was her turn and because a Clinton victory would have moved every Democrat in Washington up a notch. Whether or not she would win was always a secondary matter, something that was taken for granted. Had winning been the party’s number one concern, several more suitable candidates were ready to go. There was Joe Biden, with his powerful plainspoken style, and there was Bernie Sanders, an inspiring and largely scandal-free figure. Each of them would probably have beaten Trump, but neither of them would really have served the interests of the party insiders.

And so Democratic leaders made Hillary their candidate even though they knew about her closeness to the banks, her fondness for war, and her unique vulnerability on the trade issue – each of which Trump exploited to the fullest. They chose Hillary even though they knew about her private email server. They chose her even though some of those who studied the Clinton Foundation suspected it was a sketchy proposition.

To try to put over such a nominee while screaming that the Republican is a rightwing monster is to court disbelief. If Trump is a fascist, as liberals often said, Democrats should have put in their strongest player to stop him, not a party hack they’d chosen because it was her turn. Choosing her indicated either that Democrats didn’t mean what they said about Trump’s riskiness, that their opportunism took precedence over the country’s well-being, or maybe both.

Clinton’s supporters among the media didn’t help much, either. It always struck me as strange that such an unpopular candidate enjoyed such robust and unanimous endorsements from the editorial and opinion pages of the nation’s papers, but it was the quality of the media’s enthusiasm that really harmed her. With the same arguments repeated over and over, two or three times a day, with nuance and contrary views all deleted, the act of opening the newspaper started to feel like tuning in to a Cold War propaganda station. Here’s what it consisted of:

-Hillary was virtually without flaws. She was a peerless leader clad in saintly white, a super-lawyer, a caring benefactor of women and children, a warrior for social justice.
-Her scandals weren’t real.
-The economy was doing well / America was already great.
-Working-class people weren’t supporting Trump.
-And if they were, it was only because they were botched humans. Racism was the only conceivable reason for lining up with the Republican candidate.
-How did the journalists’ crusade fail? The fourth estate came together in an unprecedented professional consensus. They chose insulting the other side over trying to understand what motivated them. They transformed opinion writing into a vehicle for high moral boasting. What could possibly have gone wrong with such an approach?


Put this question in slightly more general terms and you are confronting the single great mystery of 2016. The American white-collar class just spent the year rallying around a super-competent professional (who really wasn’t all that competent) and either insulting or silencing everyone who didn’t accept their assessment. And then they lost. Maybe it’s time to consider whether there’s something about shrill self-righteousness, shouted from a position of high social status, that turns people away.

The even larger problem is that there is a kind of chronic complacency that has been rotting American liberalism for years, a hubris that tells Democrats they need do nothing different, they need deliver nothing really to anyone – except their friends on the Google jet and those nice people at Goldman. The rest of us are treated as though we have nowhere else to go and no role to play except to vote enthusiastically on the grounds that these Democrats are the “last thing standing” between us and the end of the world. It is a liberalism of the rich, it has failed the middle class, and now it has failed on its own terms of electability. Enough with these comfortable Democrats and their cozy Washington system. Enough with Clintonism and its prideful air of professional-class virtue. Enough!
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this is interesting..

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Old November 10, 2016, 10:14 AM
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More such memes will keep coming, but is he really that naive?

Hitlery, the DNC and the Lamestream media assumed likewise, to their own peril.
I think he is very sly and shrewd.

In other news Blue supporters indulged in rioting and arson in Oakland CA. If the rioters were Reds, Tea Party etc; Lamestream media would be shouting from the rooftops day and night.
Agree here.

In their hubris, they may cackle about the stupidity of Donald Trump, but I would take this stupidity over their supposed intellectualism that propelled Donald Trump to the White House.

No matter how the broken media tries to explain it away and find a scapegoat, the reality is, Trump is not stupid. He mastered the skill that was necessary to win this election. He has outsmarted everyone and has snatched the LUNGI away of Obama and the democratic party in general.

Unless these dick head dems learn the true lesson and understand that corporatocracy (founded by Bill Clinton and elevated by Obama) will not work anymore, Trump will sledge hammer them away again in 2020. Mark this prediction of mine
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Old November 10, 2016, 10:28 AM
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More such memes will keep coming, but is he really that naive?
শায়ার মির্জা ঘালিব বলেছিলেন:
-দিল বেহেলানে কে লীয়ে খেয়াল আচ্ছা হাই ঘালিব।

Hitlery, the DNC and the Lamestream media assumed likewise, to their own peril.
I think he is very sly and shrewd.

In other news Blue supporters indulged in rioting and arson in Oakland CA. If the rioters were Reds, Tea Party etc; Lamestream media would be shouting from the rooftops day and night.
He is a very smart guy. He ran a campaign that was twice as cost efficient as Saudillary. And used all the tricks in the book to pick up every pocket of voters he could. Also, an argument can be made that the presidency isn't what it used to be anymore. It really is nothing more than the face of the nation, representing a particular type of brand. He can hire the right people to run his office, and the right advisers to advice him on issues. All he has to do on his part is be Trump! The American people resonate with this extremely blue collared, beer drinking, locker room talking, hand gesturing, leadership style. It's the truth. Oh, and then there are the closeted supporters too, who are too scared to speak out because they get called everything from xenophobe, homophone, and every other phobe in this world for simply agreeing with some of his policies. In fact, it was this group that kept quiet all this time and soaked up abuse, but when the time came delivered a devastating KO blow to the establishment inside the voting booths.
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Donald Trump’s stunning victory is less surprising when we remember a simple fact: Hillary Clinton is a deeply unpopular politician. She won a hotly contested primary victory against a uniquely popular candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders. In her place, could he have beaten Trump?

That Clinton has unusually high unfavorables has been true for decades. Indeed, it has been a steady fact of her political life. She has annually ranked among the least-liked politicians on the national stage since she was the first lady. In recent years, her low favorability rating was matched only by that of her opponent, animated hate Muppet Donald Trump. In contrast, Sanders enjoys very high popularity, ranking as the most popular senator for two years in a row. Nationally, his favorability rating is more than 10 points higher than Clinton’s, and his unfavorability rating is more than 15 points lower. This popularity would have been a real asset on the campaign trail.

Clinton’s inability to ever capture the approval of most Americans hurt her in a number of ways. Consider her performance in predominantly black, working-class counties in Michigan. These are precisely the kinds of areas that she was supposed to count on in the Rust Belt, the “blue wall” that would supposedly secure her victory even if she lost out in Florida and North Carolina. And she did earn the majority of their votes, easily winning among black voters in the states, as she did with black voters nationwide. That Democrats remain the party of the black working class is a credit to the party and their candidate.

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Forget Bernie. Things that could've beaten that baboon,

1) A real baboon.
2) A ducky with dress shoes.
3) A monkey in a suit.
4) a no.2 pencil, the ones with good erasers.
5) Charlie Sheen
6) Kanye West
7) The guy who used to work for Verzion but traded to Sprint
8) a no.2 pencil, the ones with shitty erasers that leaves behind smudges and rips your paper.
9 ^ that smudgy paper
10) Empty ballot.
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Congrats President Trump
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Old November 10, 2016, 09:28 PM
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I am kind of numb ro be honest didn't support either.
Do expect a dummy spit by democrat supporters throughout his presidency,like it has the last 2 days.
Thats why I deplore the left,they don't accept the democratic polls.
In Australia the conservatives won by 1 vote,and the left have been horrid about it.
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The good thing...at least our new first lady will help stop and combat the trolls and cyber-bullying online.

I'm hopeful.

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And SNL will be gold every week...

Alec Baldwin presidency.
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Chappelle had it right all those years ago, lol.

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Your new first lady is... Denmark? O_o
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The polls were rigged in favor of democratic nominee Hillary

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