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    Quote Originally Posted by leekohler2 View Post
    Of course not, but given the rhetoric, those people who did vote that way are going to have to own whatever happens as a result of their vote. Unless personal responsibility is no longer a thing with the right.
    except, it would appear that they lied to pollsters. Which is bizarre in of itself. What does it say about voters that they'd be ashamed to admit they support a presidential candidate? There's too much at stake here. I suspect they'll continue to lie about voting for him in order to preemptively save face when things start going horribly wrong. All because they treated this election like it was something to be trifled with. I do suppose, in a strange way, it's a good thing that they already feel ashamed of themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderer View Post
    Do You Believe Everyone Who Voted for Trump is Misogynist and/or Racist?

    I opted not to make this a public poll, so if you'd like to answer anonymously and not comment, you have that option.
    I believe the democratic party has a long history of racism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutional Sheepdog View Post
    I believe the democratic party has a long history of racism.
    America has a long history of racism. Period. So, what's your point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by the watchman View Post
    America has a long history of racism. Period. So, what's your point?
    Pushed and supported by democrats thanks for making my point.

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    I voted No. I also think that many people voted against HRC more so than they voted for Trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutional Sheepdog View Post
    Pushed and supported by democrats thanks for making my point.
    and?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bajisima View Post
    That would be a fun discussion. I attempted to do that with some real life friends and they compared it to sports, basically said winning or losing an election is the same in politics as it is in sports.
    I vote no. I also think most are missing the point of this election.

    Donald Trump is rude,crude and a liar. But the one thing Donald Trump did not do is talk down to those who feel they have been ignored for years, he was smart enough to come down to their level on how they feel.

    Even when he asked black people," What do you have to lose?" They heard what Trump said,reminding them of how bad their lives were.

    When Hillary made her deplorables remark it made her just one more of the elite.Just like Romney's remark about," That is all you people get!"

    Now before Republicans continue to boast about winning, you better face the fact Trump ran against Republicans,too. Both parties elite lost.

    Whether Trump will follow through on his promises is another story,but he seems to be making plans.

    This election had little to do with racism. It had to do with the workers in this country,who decided to take a chance since the old ways were not working. They heard the stories about the economy improving. They did not see it in their own lives. No one was fighting for them. They see never ending wars fought in countries that have been fighting each other from the beginning of time, money that could rebuild this country being used for killing.

    You can make this into a white thing all you want, but it was not just white people that voted for Trump. They are sick of being pitted against each other. They watched the Wall Street bandits bailed out while they paid the price. They saw new trade agreements. They watched the Government favor foreign companies, allowing those here struggle.

    If both Democrats and Republicans do not understand then the party elite deserve to fade away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutional Sheepdog View Post
    I believe the democratic party has a long history of racism.
    That's a different question than the poll question. You're not obligated to answer if you'd prefer not to, though I assume your answer would be no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by April15 View Post
    Every bit is true and I find it hard to believe any fool would find it false.
    I dare you to find the original words out of his mouth. If you are honest, you will see the technique that trump himself has written in books EXACTLY the play by play of methods he uses to manipulate the media.

    Ex: trump says : "look at Mexico, they are not sending their best and brightest, they are sending people across with drugs, there are rapists. I'm sure there are some good people too " that gets reported as "trump hates mexicans", "trump calls mexicans rapists", "trump is racist".

    Stephan Molyneux, has taken the time to compile the entire sequence of the trump comments and the deliberate misinterpreted media version. If you search stephan Molyneux "the untruth about Donald trump", you can spend up to an hour and a half watching about just how the media lies were created, with full sourcing and references.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    So says the person who wears a tin foil hat.

    Your opinions mean zippo to me btw.
    Ya... and you've proven the value of your opinions to be a negative, as in whatever you say reality is closer to the opposite of what you say... most people would be ashamed to be that misinformed in a political discussion.

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