Come Nov. you will feel it

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    Only thing I will feel in Nov is the nice cool fall weather. Oh, and Hillary will win.
     
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    I'm looking forward to a side of victory with my turkey and stuffing this Thanksgiving.
     
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    Each candidate brings good things to the table and other things too. I've to get back to focusing on the good, for both.
     
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    Ziiiiiiing. Oh , wait :(
     
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    White dude needs to shove it in a little further to see it their way?
     
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    In identity politics, what happens when there's contradictory overlap? Or is that what intersectional feminism brought us a solution to?
     
  10. Robisan macrumors 6502

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    With Trump there isn't contradictory overlap. There's unified horror by most, blind or callous indifference by some and sociopathic support from the 27%ers.
     
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    The vast majority are already feeling the pains of dumb choices in many ways. Long live the school of hard knocks.
     
  12. FrankieTDouglas macrumors 65816

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    I'd love to live in your world of absolute generalization certainty.
     
  13. Robisan macrumors 6502

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    Bookend oxymorons. Well played. Bonus points for using the words "absolute" and "certainty" to describe a sentence containing qualifiers like "most," "some" and distinctions of indifference.
     
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    Or if you don't vote for Hillary then you get Trump. There is no middle ground, voters.
     
  15. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Gary j
     
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    What about him?
     
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    He is better than either of the main clowns running
     
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    There's no third choice here. A vote for Hillary means another vote against Trump. Not voting for Hillary gets Trump closer to the whitehouse. Understand what's at stake here people.
     
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    Fine. I'll take trump
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    "For they sow the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind."
     
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    He appears to support both NAFTA and TPP. Aren't those two things you rail against consistently? As in, two of your biggest concerns?
     
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    I won't personally vote for someone who uses appeals to xenophobia as a campaign tactic, even if others are somehow able to look past it. I haven't voted Republican in the past either. I've examined them at the state level, but California is a weird state. We frequently end up with terrible incumbents and only crazies challenging them.
     

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