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aaronburro
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11/3/2020 10:38:19 PM

EMCE
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I, for one, am disheartened that essentially half of our country still voted for Trump.

11/5/2020 2:15:14 PM

darkone
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I prefer the word disgusted.

11/5/2020 2:56:28 PM

horosho
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I. Cannot. Believe. Half. Our. Country. Is. Extremely. Conservative. who. could. have. ever. known.

11/5/2020 6:14:31 PM

StTexan
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^^^i agree but what makes it worse is that he would have handily won sans covid-19

11/5/2020 7:27:04 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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half the country will vote for whatever piece of shit has an R beside his name

11/5/2020 10:06:39 PM

PaulISdead
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It's a two party system and we have reached optimal market efficiency

11/5/2020 10:20:04 PM

StTexan
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I would rather have 2 fucktards than 15 fucktards.

11/5/2020 10:44:02 PM

dmspack
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Quote :
"I, for one, am disheartened that essentially half of our country still voted for Trump."


i get where this is coming from. but i also kinda think the slower trickle of vote counting is contributing to how close the race feels.

when it's all said and done, if Biden wins NV, GA, PA, and AZ his electoral margin will be pretty similar to Trump's in 2016....and he'll have done so by flipping at least 5 states and winning the popular vote by a higher margin than Clinton in 2016. the congressional results are disappointing if you were hoping for a blue wave. and overall, yes, it's disappointing that it took a global pandemic to beat Trump. and i do agree that i was hoping this election, especially with really high turnout, would be a much more decisive and clear repudiation of trump. but hoping for a total landslide was probably an unrealistic hope all along.

i agree with your sentiment, but i also think the prolonged counting of votes and delay in knowing a winner makes it feel closer than it will ultimately be (yes, even with some of those flipped states having close margins).

i also think it's worth keeping in mind that polling shows most americans believe they are better off now than they were 4 years ago...and the incumbent is still going to lose. that's significant, imo.
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"Gallup's most recent survey found a clear majority of registered voters (56%) saying they are better off now than they were four years ago, while 32% said they are worse off."


and link for the quote is near the bottom of this page. https://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/321650/gallup-election-2020-coverage.aspx

11/6/2020 6:40:22 AM

EMCE
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I also, am disheartened that a political party in this country has displayed their willingness to attack democracy itself, science, voting, and a host full of institutions in order to maintain power and minority rule.

11/6/2020 9:33:05 AM

The Coz
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Preach, EMCE.

11/6/2020 9:36:39 AM

theDuke866
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^^yep.

you forgot facts and any semblance of logical consistency.

11/13/2020 7:54:29 PM

horosho
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^^^Thats literally what the political parties are. Yes, learning how our political system works is disheartening but your faith in it was always based on myth. The democratic America that existed in your head was a fairy tale.

11/13/2020 11:23:05 PM

PaulISdead
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Sorry for you that you think that greed and corruption are acceptable


[Edited on November 14, 2020 at 8:50 AM. Reason : Who hurt you?]

11/14/2020 8:48:11 AM

PaulISdead
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Where were the rare Pepe memes this year. Make feels good again.

11/16/2020 3:53:33 PM

horosho
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Where did I imply those things were acceptable?

11/16/2020 9:16:35 PM

BubbleBobble
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gettin' srs ITT :3

11/16/2020 10:59:26 PM

A Tanzarian
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Saw a lady with a MAGA hat at the grocery store today. She looked embarrassed.

11/28/2020 7:46:10 PM

theDuke866
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haha there's a roadside stand that primarily sells trump flags (although a few confederate and thin blue line flags) near my house that is still out there, selling MAGA merchandise.

11/29/2020 4:32:26 PM

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