How long will it take democrats to blame a Republican president?

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  1. Zombie Acorn macrumors 65816

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    Obama deflected blame on prior administrations for 7.5 years, not entirely sure he has taken credit for anything bad that's happened yet. So the question is when he hands over his egg shell economy, depleted military, bloated debt with a broken healthcare system how long will Democrats wait to start blaming various faults on Donald Trump?

    First day?
     
  2. forcesteeler macrumors 6502

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    The Problem is Trump will not be president, There is no path to victory, Even the FBI story is kinda dying now.
     
  3. Meister Suspended

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    Newsflash:
    The republican party has been dismantled.

    The Donald is an independent running on the GOP ticket.

    I've been writing this for months:
    This isn't an election.
    It's a revolution - always has been.

    The people are waking up and they are taking back their country.
     
  4. Zombie Acorn thread starter macrumors 65816

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    No it's not, even the Clinton News Network is running it at the top of their site. Welcome to the last days of the election, this will be the focus.
     
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    Weren't we told for months that he was a plant to siphon off votes?
     
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  7. zioxide macrumors 603

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    hahaha.

    The Republican party in it's current form will never hold the Oval Office again.
     
  8. thermodynamic, Oct 29, 2016
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    https://www.google.com/search?q=trump+plant+hillary


    Bonus: http://theweek.com/speedreads/65671...ump-clinton-actually-friendly-al-smith-dinner

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    (Nobody's spoken up about that claim yet, and assuming it's not photoshopped or anything, but if Ginsberg and Scalia could be friends when off duty, why not anyone else? So I agree with you. )

    But if it helps:

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    Just don't read the Political Compass, if their site is even remotely true than all political parties are going to hover in one quadrant over the others. If that quadrant is reserved for "Republicans", which it isn't.
     
  9. APlotdevice, Oct 29, 2016
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    Republicans and Democrats alike are probably going to blame Trump. And quite rightly since he's an incompetent buffoon who just sees the presidency as a prize for his ego.
     
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    Wishful thinking of the left.
     
  11. The-Real-Deal82 macrumors 603

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    Obama didn't exactly take over at a good time though did he? Bush was in power when the banking crisis was well under way and had started an unnecessary and expensive war in 2 middle eastern countries. It's taken nearly 9 years for every western economy to recover from the mess of back then. Obama was criticised for pulling troops out, yet this was saving the US money so he was damned if he did, damned if he didn't.

    I think US citizens are equally as bad at blaming the opposition for the countries faults. The Republican party has caused more damage than it has repaired over the past 16 years.
     
  12. Gutwrench Contributor

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    It is? Oh, yeah. It sure is. o_O
     
  13. jnpy!$4g3cwk macrumors 65816

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    I'm curious what programs and policies you think the U.S. should have been doing instead of what it did do?

    Suppose for a second that Obama really was O'Bama, a WASP Republican. Now let's look at the policies.

    Was saving GM a good idea or a bad idea? How about going after Osama bin Laden? How about 73 consecutive months of private sector job growth? What policies would you have changed and why? Taxes, spending, spending on what?
     
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    You gotta love the delusional optimism though :p
     
  15. Zenithal macrumors 603

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    What is he doing?...
     
  16. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    obviously groping for something :D
     
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    Assuming the implausible scenario of there being a President Trump... Just before the first nuke explodes, so +/- four months.
     
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  20. samiwas macrumors 68000

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    I don't know. Here's a better question: how much longer will Republicans whine and stomp their feet like petulant toddlers who didn't get their way? If another Democrat gets elected, will you guys continue the 8-year tantrum you've been throwing, or will you finally shut the **** up and decide that maybe it's time to work together towards something?

    Stop acting like Republicans are the party of calm and reason. They are nothing of the sort.
     
  21. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    well considering Republicans and other assorted right wingers are already talking about impeaching Clinton immediately, certainly Trump should expect the same treatment from democrats
     
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    LOL. People are processing information poorly, believing propaganda of various sorts, and in general acting out like angry children, without purpose or plan. The so-called rigged system is the direct result of the electoral choices the people have made over the years. It seems sometimes voter anger is turned against everybody except the voters themselves, who are, after all, responsible for the people they elected to office. In all this talk about how bad the candidates are, there has been virtually no discussion about why voters are so crap at voting in good people.
     
  23. webbuzz macrumors 65816

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    Can't see his right hand.
     
  24. Gutwrench Contributor

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    Immediately impeaching Clinton over what?
     
  25. MacAndMic macrumors 6502

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    Correct! While you find that amusing do you understand why? Republican voters have lost their Republican representatives because they became criminals just like the Democrats. Republican voters are clearing house for new, real Republicans.
     

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