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After the election?

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Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Tue Jun 20, 2017 3:02 pm

The funny thing is they won and they're doing that anyway. They can't stop talking about Hillary! Witness Hellsu, exhibit #1.
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Re: After the election?

Post by silvermani on Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:12 pm

The MSM and the political establishment is mad that voters chose a disruptor like President Trump. They will do anything to rid him of the Presidency. Obummer, Hitlary and others have openly called for a resistance movement against the President. These soreloser haters need to introspect and realize why voters went the other way instead of whining everyday.
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Re: After the election?

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:29 pm

Time for introspection is over It's time to actively stymie the leper at every turn and keep his shenanigans front and center at all times weakening his ability to even sneeze let alone govern.
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Re: After the election?

Post by Idéfix on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:37 pm

silvermani wrote:The MSM and the political establishment is mad that voters chose a disruptor like President Trump. They will do anything to rid him of the Presidency. Obummer, Hitlary and others have openly called for a resistance movement against the President. These soreloser haters need to introspect and realize why voters went the other way instead of whining everyday.
Three million more voters chose Clinton. So, no, voters did not go the other way.
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Re: After the election?

Post by silvermani on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:42 pm

Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:The MSM and the political establishment is mad that voters chose a disruptor like President Trump. They will do anything to rid him of the Presidency. Obummer, Hitlary and others have openly called for a resistance movement against the President. These soreloser haters need to introspect and realize why voters went the other way instead of whining everyday.
Three million more voters chose Clinton. So, no, voters did not go the other way.
This point has been debated umpteen times. President Trump got 304 electoral votes while Clinton got only 227. The number of popular votes is NOT the deciding factor in picking the winner.
Winning more popular votes but losing the election is like a tennis player winning more points in a match but losing the match itself.
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Post by Idéfix on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:48 pm

silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:The MSM and the political establishment is mad that voters chose a disruptor like President Trump. They will do anything to rid him of the Presidency. Obummer, Hitlary and others have openly called for a resistance movement against the President. These soreloser haters need to introspect and realize why voters went the other way instead of whining everyday.
Three million more voters chose Clinton. So, no, voters did not go the other way.
This point has been debated umpteen times. President Trump got 304 electoral votes while Clinton got only 227. The number of popular votes is NOT the deciding factor in picking the winner.
Winning more popular votes but losing the election is like a tennis player winning more points in a match but losing the match itself.
Politics is not a game. People are not points.Trump won more electoral votes. So you can factually say, "electoral votes chose President Trump" and "electoral votes went the other way." You cannot factually say "voters chose" and "voters went the other way."
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Post by silvermani on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:51 pm

Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:The MSM and the political establishment is mad that voters chose a disruptor like President Trump. They will do anything to rid him of the Presidency. Obummer, Hitlary and others have openly called for a resistance movement against the President. These soreloser haters need to introspect and realize why voters went the other way instead of whining everyday.
Three million more voters chose Clinton. So, no, voters did not go the other way.
This point has been debated umpteen times. President Trump got 304 electoral votes while Clinton got only 227. The number of popular votes is NOT the deciding factor in picking the winner.
Winning more popular votes but losing the election is like a tennis player winning more points in a match but losing the match itself.
Politics is not a game. People are not points.
Nice try to go off on a tangent. You can keep touting the number that does NOT matter in deciding the winner all you want but it's useless.
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Post by Idéfix on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:01 pm

silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:The MSM and the political establishment is mad that voters chose a disruptor like President Trump. They will do anything to rid him of the Presidency. Obummer, Hitlary and others have openly called for a resistance movement against the President. These soreloser haters need to introspect and realize why voters went the other way instead of whining everyday.
Three million more voters chose Clinton. So, no, voters did not go the other way.
This point has been debated umpteen times. President Trump got 304 electoral votes while Clinton got only 227. The number of popular votes is NOT the deciding factor in picking the winner.
Winning more popular votes but losing the election is like a tennis player winning more points in a match but losing the match itself.
Politics is not a game. People are not points.
Nice try to go off on a tangent. You can keep touting the number that does NOT matter in deciding the winner all you want but it's useless.
You are in serious need of a mirror. I didn't bring in tennis into this conversation you did.

You can factually say, "electoral votes chose President Trump" and "electoral votes went the other way." You cannot factually say "voters chose" and "voters went the other way." In other words, you were wrong.
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Re: After the election?

Post by Hellsangel on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:07 pm

Which election are we talking about? Georgia?
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Re: After the election?

Post by silvermani on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:10 pm

Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
Three million more voters chose Clinton. So, no, voters did not go the other way.
This point has been debated umpteen times. President Trump got 304 electoral votes while Clinton got only 227. The number of popular votes is NOT the deciding factor in picking the winner.
Winning more popular votes but losing the election is like a tennis player winning more points in a match but losing the match itself.
Politics is not a game. People are not points.
Nice try to go off on a tangent. You can keep touting the number that does NOT matter in deciding the winner all you want but it's useless.
You are in serious need of a mirror. I didn't bring in tennis into this conversation you did.

You can factually say, "electoral votes chose President Trump" and "electoral votes went the other way." You cannot factually say "voters chose" and "voters went the other way." In other words, you were wrong.
Electoral votes are based on the votes of the people.
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Re: After the election?

Post by Idéfix on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:16 pm

silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:
Idéfix wrote:
silvermani wrote:
This point has been debated umpteen times. President Trump got 304 electoral votes while Clinton got only 227. The number of popular votes is NOT the deciding factor in picking the winner.
Winning more popular votes but losing the election is like a tennis player winning more points in a match but losing the match itself.
Politics is not a game. People are not points.
Nice try to go off on a tangent. You can keep touting the number that does NOT matter in deciding the winner all you want but it's useless.
You are in serious need of a mirror. I didn't bring in tennis into this conversation you did.

You can factually say, "electoral votes chose President Trump" and "electoral votes went the other way." You cannot factually say "voters chose" and "voters went the other way." In other words, you were wrong.
Electoral votes are based on the votes of the people.
Not across the United States. An electoral vote from California is based on 508,000 people. An electoral vote from Wyoming is based on 143,000 people. To go to your sports analogy, arguing that they should have the same value in a democracy is like saying a goal in football should have the same value as a run in cricket.
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