It hurt': Clinton says Sanders dragged out nomination fight

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  1. jkcerda macrumors 6502a

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    Do you think she'll cover that in her book? Maybe CNN will report on it!
     
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    Oh for crying out loud.

    Give it a rest will you. You've gone past parody — this is beyond obsession.

    Hilary Clinton lost.
    She *L*O*S*T* the election.

    Your guy won.

    Get over it?
     
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    It worked the way it was supposed to except that the Democrat committee forced through their choice.

    They should really get rid of super delegates.
     
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    Don't you guys get it: everyone was at fault for her loss expect for her!
     
  6. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    my "guy" did not even know where Aleppo was ...........
     
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    He didn't even know what it was!
     
  8. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    that was NOT the worse, he doubled down on stupid by claiming that was his strong point, no moron (gary) the POTUS operated on a world stage, not just the U.S.
     
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    I don't understand why conservatives are still so obsessed with her and are still going on about how she orchestrated a DNC conspiracy, ran a pizza shop sex dungeon, etc.
     
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    pizza was fake, the rest was not.
     
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    Pizza was real, sex dungeon was fake.


    Sorry, just killing time to 1PM.
     
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    Maybe she shouldn't have written the book.
     
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    Maybe if she bowed out gracefully. But then she wrote a book and blamed it on everything but herself. People are just calling her out on it. Hilary's book is her version of Twitter.
     
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    This is as much news as Ted Cruz liking a porn clip on his official Twitter.
     
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    OMG why are you guys so obsessed with her, it's not like she's out giving speeches and making public appearences every other day blaming 30+ people for her loss while promoting sales for her book about the thing you are obsessed with. Leave her alone!
     
  16. Populism, Sep 12, 2017
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    Wrong post
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    Arguably - perhaps literally - the most pathetic, obscene upset in the history of politics.

    For exactly how long are people allowed to talk about it, according to liberals/democrats/progressives?

    You tell us - what the rule book say on the allowable amount of time is to discuss the loss of a politician who should have won against an idiot like Trump even if she were in a coma?

    A month?

    A year?

    A Spring?

    Does the fact that she just published a lament continue the issue?
     
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    Since no one will probably pay a quarter of a million dollars for her to speak anymore, she's gotta keep the revenue stream going somehow. It always brings a grin to my face when I think of all those suckers who payed her big bucks and got nothing in return.;):D
     
  18. Zenithal macrumors 604

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    Except Bill's speaking fees have remained the same, as his royalties have since he's earned out his advances. Upon his death, Hillary will continue getting his royalty checks, and in her death, their daughter, whose name escapes me all the time, will get them until copyright runs out. Though any new edition of the text retriggers the copyright clock.


    If you recall, Obama did a speaker for about half a million. This pissed off a lot of people, including plenty of Liberals. He didn't even wait until Trump's first screw-up (of many to follow) before cashing in. Plus, he and his wife had already accepted a 65M book deal, which congress didn't have an issue with.

    Whether people want to admit it or not, Obama will go down as the most iconic, but also controversial president of our time. Pay attention for the next decade. The Obamas will be doing just about anything to erase the Clinton's goodwill because they dislike them so much.
     
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    The controversial part is how iconic he was. Obama is just as polarising in opinion as Trump is. Both Presidents are considered to be quite good or quite bad. Very few in the middle. I'm on the side that Obama was very bad.

    Very few presidents are liked by the members of the opposing party. Regean and JFK are examples of Presidents that both sides liked, for the most part. Republicans hate Obama and Democrats hate Trump. Neither did anything to change this and get the opposing side to like them.
     
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    That sounds amazing.
     
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    Yeah, but we would have had a pot truck on every corner....
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    But but, she lost....
     
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    Hilary would still have won...
     
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    I don't know about that, for a lot of people won't vote for a person they know is going to lose anyways. Their feeling is that it would be throwing away their vote if they voted for the other person.
     
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    As someone who didn't vote for any of the presidential candidates... all I can say is this defense really falls apart when she decides to write a book 5 minutes after the fact.

    I think writing the book so soon with such little retrospect was a mistake... unless she really wanted to be the first to cash in.
     
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    What defense?
    :confused:

    As for writing a book. Sure, she's the very first US politician *ever* to write a book.
    :rolleyes:
     

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