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  • How wrong could they have been 1 year ago?

    'Hillary will win 332 electoral votes, compared with 206 for the Republican nominee'.
    Democrats have a strong chance of winning, according to Moody's Analytics.
    Last edited by TrumpIsGreat; 10-29-2017, 04:14 PM.
    To be continued on a regular basis. How quickly NY Times forgets Obama's lies and frauds

    http://thehill.com/opinion/white-hou...ies-and-frauds


    My old tag was 'Missouri Picker'

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    A few thousand votes in a few select states wrong. Thats how wrong. .
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    • #3
      Originally posted by guido61 View Post
      A few thousand votes in a few select states wrong. Thats how wrong. .
      The quote is about our political system and how you need to win the electoral college vote, and, The Hill, article quoted the electoral voting. Come on man, can't you at least comment on the subject? How could they have been soooo wrong?
      To be continued on a regular basis. How quickly NY Times forgets Obama's lies and frauds

      http://thehill.com/opinion/white-hou...ies-and-frauds


      My old tag was 'Missouri Picker'

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TrumpIsGreat View Post

        The quote is about our political system and how you need to win the electoral college vote, and, The Hill, article quoted the electoral voting. Come on man, can't you at least comment on the subject? How could they have been soooo wrong?
        I did. I told you exactly how wrong they were. Flip a few thousand votes in a few select states and they would have got it exactly right.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by TrumpIsGreat View Post
          'Hillary will win 332 electoral votes, compared with 206 for the Republican nominee'.
          They left out the Russian equation. Wait... watch... learn...
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          • #6
            The dems got way over confident...that costs them the election.
            Roll Tide!!!!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Hoddy View Post
              The dems got way over confident...that costs them the election.
              Overconfident?

              Dude. I know it was Hillary, but reallly...

              No one should have lost to thiis piece of crap.

              No one.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by panhandler View Post

                They left out the Russian equation. Wait... watch... learn...
                Really, I thought you would have gone with Comey or the email debacle, or the deplorable comment, but there is absolutely no way the Russians changed anyone's mind in the voting.
                To be continued on a regular basis. How quickly NY Times forgets Obama's lies and frauds

                http://thehill.com/opinion/white-hou...ies-and-frauds


                My old tag was 'Missouri Picker'

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                • Tom Hicks
                  Tom Hicks commented
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                  Good thinking. Propaganda is always ineffective. Commercials too. On top of that opinion polls are always way off.

                  Who dares disagree with us about that?

              • #9
                Originally posted by TrumpIsGreat View Post
                'Hillary will win 332 electoral votes, compared with 206 for the Republican nominee'.
                How could it have been predicted that despite it violating the Hatch Act, that 11 days before the election FBI Director Comey would falsely state that the FBI would be resuming their investigation of Hillary Clinton?
                Last edited by BadDaddy; 10-29-2017, 07:18 PM.

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                • #10
                  When times are stressful, and it appear as if the long arm of the law is closing in around the Trump administration, people often retreat to their comfort zone - reflecting warmly over year-old victories.

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by BA.Barcolounger View Post
                    When times are stressful, and it appear as if the long arm of the law is closing in around the Trump administration, people often retreat to their comfort zone - reflecting warmly over year-old victories.
                    you mean like this upcoming event?

                    'The upcoming Boston scream party is a departure from taking action against the administration and its agenda. Instead, Americans will be provided the unique opportunity to vent their rage by shouting at the darkening skies above, all the while expecting nothing in return.'
                    To be continued on a regular basis. How quickly NY Times forgets Obama's lies and frauds

                    http://thehill.com/opinion/white-hou...ies-and-frauds


                    My old tag was 'Missouri Picker'

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by TrumpIsGreat View Post

                      you mean like this upcoming event?

                      'The upcoming Boston scream party is a departure from taking action against the administration and its agenda. Instead, Americans will be provided the unique opportunity to vent their rage by shouting at the darkening skies above, all the while expecting nothing in return.'
                      Believe whatever you need to believe if it helps you get through this stressful time.
                      Last edited by BA.Barcolounger; 10-29-2017, 07:32 PM.

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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by BA.Barcolounger View Post

                        Believe whatever you need to believe if it helps you get through this stressful time.
                        I hardly think the theatrics on Friday will make much of a splash. I sleep great at night now that we have a great leader. My stress is how to invest the return on investment wisely, thank you very much. I have noticed when the dems here have nothing to contribute, they go on the attack, nice try.
                        To be continued on a regular basis. How quickly NY Times forgets Obama's lies and frauds

                        http://thehill.com/opinion/white-hou...ies-and-frauds


                        My old tag was 'Missouri Picker'

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                        • Tom Hicks
                          Tom Hicks commented
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                          I give full credit to your broker for finally overcoming his Obama derangement syndrome so that your investments started making money finally.

                      • #14
                        I personally thought it was all over after we heard him bragging about committing sexual assault - but alas, never overestimate the character of the average republican
                        Last edited by HAMMER TOSS; 10-29-2017, 07:41 PM.
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                        “I want people to know that I don’t judge people who voted for him like I judge him, they’re victims too. They were sold a lie. . . . I don’t understand why people fell for this ‘we’re going to drain the swamp of this liberal league’ from a man who lives in a gold house. That’s odd.”

                        Ricky Gervais

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                        • #15
                          Originally posted by HAMMER TOSS View Post
                          I personally thought it was all over after we heard him bragging about committing sexual assault - but alas, never overestimate the character of the average republican
                          I think you mean underestimate, but yeah!

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                          • HAMMER TOSS
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                            no I overestimated the character or republicans - i thought most were decent people.
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