Donald is bored in London

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Donald is STILL lonely and bored. It's like DERP - Of course Zelensky would say that there was nothing untoward about being blackmailed.
He KNOWS this POTUS and must kiss the ring or else get more of his people killed by Vlad.

Jebus H Fucking Christ - How dumb are you Drumpflings anyway?:rolleyes:
I wonder what trump threatened to get that announcement.
Trump’s Top Security Official Won’t Confirm 2020 Ukraine Aid
The president ‘is always concerned about corruption’ national security adviser Robert O’Brien told reporters, declining to say whether the U.S. will provide military aid next year.

Nov. 23, 2019
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Well, you are partly correct.

Your acceptance and my acceptance has very little to do with it.

As long as America accepts it, we'll be fine.

And, most of America does accept it.

Of course when "their" nominee loses, some people all at once can't accept it.

Therein lies the problem, as we saw in 2016...
Not really "all at once" though. I believe more states signed onto the National Vote Compact during the Obama years than during either the Bush or Trump years. So they have been working on this for some time. And it isn't only about their nominee.
 
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Well, you are partly correct.

Your acceptance and my acceptance has very little to do with it.

As long as America accepts it, we'll be fine.

And, most of America does accept it.

Of course when "their" nominee loses, some people all at once can't accept it.

Therein lies the problem, as we saw in 2016...
Wrong again.

Half of voters, 50 percent, say the national popular vote should be used for presidential elections, the poll shows — more than the 34 percent who think presidential elections should be based on the Electoral College. Sixteen percent of voters have no opinion.


We may accept the EC exists without accepting that it should.
 
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Not really "all at once" though. I believe more states signed onto the National Vote Compact during the Obama years than during either the Bush or Trump years. So they have been working on this for some time. And it isn't only about their nominee.
It's really only an issue when "their side" loses.

Lots of whining when GWB and Trump won.

They need to get the rules changed BEFORE an election...or shut up.

Their choice...
 
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Wrong again.

Half of voters, 50 percent, say the national popular vote should be used for presidential elections, the poll shows — more than the 34 percent who think presidential elections should be based on the Electoral College. Sixteen percent of voters have no opinion.


We may accept the EC exists without accepting that it should.
America "accepts" the EC.

We don't change the rules, depending on what a poll says or does not say.

It's not a popularity contest.

Your opinion, and mine really don't matter...
 
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America "accepts" the EC.

We don't change the rules, depending on what a poll says or does not say.

It's not a popularity contest.

Your opinion, and mine really don't matter...
LOL! That seems to be the position of the republican party in the 21st century (so far) who cares what the people want as long as they accept what we give them.
 
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LOL! That seems to be the position of the republican party in the 21st century (so far) who cares what the people want as long as they accept what we give them.
As I said previously:

If you don't like it, get it changed.

Or stop whining about it.