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Today, I am ashamed to be an American. Thank you, cons, you worthless bastards. You will be reviled in history.

 

 

America Elected A Man Who Said ‘Grab Them By The P***y’ Over The First Female President

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-wins_us_582296a9e4b0e80b02cdcc8a

 

 

Donald Trump openly bragged about using his celebrity status to sexually assault women. And multiple women accused him of actually doing so.

He believes that women he finds physically unattractive or overweight are lesser people.

And now, he will be America’s 45th president ― a position of power and prestige, meant to be the role model for children all over the country and offer the best of the best to the rest of the world.

Democrats and the Republicans who couldn’t stomach the idea of Trump were not prepared for this outcome. Even as the polls tightened, Democrats were confident in public and private that they had this. There was no way Trump was going to get elected.

Trump’s win also means that America lost a chance to make history by electing the first female president. Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye as a Hill staffer, an activist, a first lady, a U.S. senator and secretary of state. She’s been on the cover of Time magazine 30 times and has been named America’s most admired woman a record 20 times in Gallup polls.

As it became clearer that Clinton wasn’t going to win, some of her supporters began crying and leaving what was supposed to be a victory party at the Javits Center in New York City.

“I brought my 12-year-old daughter here to witness history,” Sarah Alexander said, walking out of the Javits Center looking stunned. Her daughter Natalie was in tears. They came up to New York from Washington, where Alexander had been working on the Clinton campaign for the past 14 months.

“We’re in total shock... Everything he stands for is something I disagree with,” Alexander said, as her daughter listened with sad wet eyes.

There was a similar scene at a nearby block party for Clinton supporters, with a steady stream of people leaving the bars, holding hands, with tears in their eyes and American flags in their pockets. Many of them said they were too distraught to give their thoughts on what was happening.

“I don’t understand what [Clinton] projects that people find so hateful,” said Benjamin Morse, 45, as he teared up.

Over the years, Clinton has, in many ways, been the case study for sexism in politics and a reflection of the changing role of women in modern society. She has faced intense scrutiny over what kind of a woman she is: her hairstyles, her clothes, her lifestyle choices, the sound of her voice, whether she’s likable enough.

Her candidacy became a rallying cry for many women, both Democratic and Republican, who had faced their own glass ceilings.

For her supporters, she’s always had to work harder and live up to standards that her male counterparts didn’t. And so it was particularly infuriating for them that she went down against a man who had made so many sexist comments over the years and that so much of the campaign focused on these issues.

But as a presidential candidate, she failed to excite many voters who said they just didn’t quite trust her.

Trump is now the face of the GOP, whether establishment Republicans like it or not. Many Republican lawmakers didn’t want to get too close to him, but most of them stuck by their endorsement of him nevertheless. That stance alienated many Republican women, who said they spent years defending their party against Democrats’ accusations of a “war against women” only to see those accusations come true.

Trump broke every rule in the book: He didn’t release his tax returns, he lied all the time, he suggested he would jail his opponent and he encouraged a foreign country to interfere in the election process.

Because he won, more candidates will now be willing to break these rules as well. And they may come to the conclusion that alienating large swaths of the population works just fine.

“The reason I’m so upset because I’m aware of the implications of a presidency like this to people like us who are minorities,” said Moani, 25, who was also at the Clinton block party and started to cry while speaking. “We thought we were on the rise with Obama but now we’re just being pushed eight years back. It’s hard to see.”

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Talking as though Hillary's gender was a good reason to vote for her is sexist in and of itself. And face it: both these candidates had their fair share of scandals and shady business in their records. That's partially why Bernie Sanders got as far as he did, and it's pretty much common knowledge that the DNC pulled some sleazy crap to assure his defeat. Am I overjoyed that Trump was our guy? Nope. But I weighed the other options and decided that his appointments to the Supreme Court would most likely be more favorable to the issues I care about. Didn't care for either of the main candidates, and despite what some people say going third party in the current setup truly is a wasted vote. I wouldn't have been angry if Sanders had been elected, but any member of the Clinton clan is a giant "no" for me.

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Talking as though Hillary's gender was a good reason to vote for her is sexist in and of itself. And face it: both these candidates had their fair share of scandals and shady business in their records. That's partially why Bernie Sanders got as far as he did, and it's pretty much common knowledge that the DNC pulled some sleazy crap to assure his defeat. Am I overjoyed that Trump was our guy? Nope. But I weighed the other options and decided that his appointments to the Supreme Court would most likely be more favorable to the issues I care about. Didn't care for either of the main candidates, and despite what some people say going third party in the current setup truly is a wasted vote. I wouldn't have been angry if Sanders had been elected, but any member of the Clinton clan is a giant "no" for me.

 

 

Well, at least a coherent articulation of your views. That is rare around here. Appreciated.

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Today, I am ashamed to be an American. Thank you, cons, you worthless bastards. You will be reviled in history.

 

 

America Elected A Man Who Said Grab Them By The P***y Over The First Female President

It really happened.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-wins_us_582296a9e4b0e80b02cdcc8a

 

 

Donald Trump openly bragged about using his celebrity status to sexually assault women. And multiple women accused him of actually doing so.

He believes that women he finds physically unattractive or overweight are lesser people.

And now, he will be Americas 45th president ― a position of power and prestige, meant to be the role model for children all over the country and offer the best of the best to the rest of the world.

Democrats and the Republicans who couldnt stomach the idea of Trump were not prepared for this outcome. Even as the polls tightened, Democrats were confident in public and private that they had this. There was no way Trump was going to get elected.

Trumps win also means that America lost a chance to make history by electing the first female president. Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye as a Hill staffer, an activist, a first lady, a U.S. senator and secretary of state. Shes been on the cover of Time magazine 30 times and has been named Americas most admired woman a record 20 times in Gallup polls.

As it became clearer that Clinton wasnt going to win, some of her supporters began crying and leaving what was supposed to be a victory party at the Javits Center in New York City.

I brought my 12-year-old daughter here to witness history, Sarah Alexander said, walking out of the Javits Center looking stunned. Her daughter Natalie was in tears. They came up to New York from Washington, where Alexander had been working on the Clinton campaign for the past 14 months.

Were in total shock... Everything he stands for is something I disagree with, Alexander said, as her daughter listened with sad wet eyes.

There was a similar scene at a nearby block party for Clinton supporters, with a steady stream of people leaving the bars, holding hands, with tears in their eyes and American flags in their pockets. Many of them said they were too distraught to give their thoughts on what was happening.

I dont understand what [Clinton] projects that people find so hateful, said Benjamin Morse, 45, as he teared up.

Over the years, Clinton has, in many ways, been the case study for sexism in politics and a reflection of the changing role of women in modern society. She has faced intense scrutiny over what kind of a woman she is: her hairstyles, her clothes, her lifestyle choices, the sound of her voice, whether shes likable enough.

Her candidacy became a rallying cry for many women, both Democratic and Republican, who had faced their own glass ceilings.

For her supporters, shes always had to work harder and live up to standards that her male counterparts didnt. And so it was particularly infuriating for them that she went down against a man who had made so many sexist comments over the years and that so much of the campaign focused on these issues.

But as a presidential candidate, she failed to excite many voters who said they just didnt quite trust her.

Trump is now the face of the GOP, whether establishment Republicans like it or not. Many Republican lawmakers didnt want to get too close to him, but most of them stuck by their endorsement of him nevertheless. That stance alienated many Republican women, who said they spent years defending their party against Democrats accusations of a war against women only to see those accusations come true.

Trump broke every rule in the book: He didnt release his tax returns, he lied all the time, he suggested he would jail his opponent and he encouraged a foreign country to interfere in the election process.

Because he won, more candidates will now be willing to break these rules as well. And they may come to the conclusion that alienating large swaths of the population works just fine.

The reason Im so upset because Im aware of the implications of a presidency like this to people like us who are minorities, said Moani, 25, who was also at the Clinton block party and started to cry while speaking. We thought we were on the rise with Obama but now were just being pushed eight years back. Its hard to see.

Dunno who wrote this garbage. Don't care to. A populist candidate in one election doesn't mean much of anything. Candidates won't all of a sudden think what Trump has said and done is OK.

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Today, I am ashamed to be an American. Thank you, cons, you worthless bastards. You will be reviled in history.

 

 

America Elected A Man Who Said ‘Grab Them By The P***y’ Over The First Female President

It really happened.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-wins_us_582296a9e4b0e80b02cdcc8a

 

 

Donald Trump openly bragged about using his celebrity status to sexually assault women. And multiple women accused him of actually doing so.

He believes that women he finds physically unattractive or overweight are lesser people.

And now, he will be America’s 45th president ― a position of power and prestige, meant to be the role model for children all over the country and offer the best of the best to the rest of the world.

Democrats and the Republicans who couldn’t stomach the idea of Trump were not prepared for this outcome. Even as the polls tightened, Democrats were confident in public and private that they had this. There was no way Trump was going to get elected.

Trump’s win also means that America lost a chance to make history by electing the first female president. Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye as a Hill staffer, an activist, a first lady, a U.S. senator and secretary of state. She’s been on the cover of Time magazine 30 times and has been named America’s most admired woman a record 20 times in Gallup polls.

As it became clearer that Clinton wasn’t going to win, some of her supporters began crying and leaving what was supposed to be a victory party at the Javits Center in New York City.

“I brought my 12-year-old daughter here to witness history,” Sarah Alexander said, walking out of the Javits Center looking stunned. Her daughter Natalie was in tears. They came up to New York from Washington, where Alexander had been working on the Clinton campaign for the past 14 months.

“We’re in total shock... Everything he stands for is something I disagree with,” Alexander said, as her daughter listened with sad wet eyes.

There was a similar scene at a nearby block party for Clinton supporters, with a steady stream of people leaving the bars, holding hands, with tears in their eyes and American flags in their pockets. Many of them said they were too distraught to give their thoughts on what was happening.

“I don’t understand what [Clinton] projects that people find so hateful,” said Benjamin Morse, 45, as he teared up.

Over the years, Clinton has, in many ways, been the case study for sexism in politics and a reflection of the changing role of women in modern society. She has faced intense scrutiny over what kind of a woman she is: her hairstyles, her clothes, her lifestyle choices, the sound of her voice, whether she’s likable enough.

Her candidacy became a rallying cry for many women, both Democratic and Republican, who had faced their own glass ceilings.

For her supporters, she’s always had to work harder and live up to standards that her male counterparts didn’t. And so it was particularly infuriating for them that she went down against a man who had made so many sexist comments over the years and that so much of the campaign focused on these issues.

But as a presidential candidate, she failed to excite many voters who said they just didn’t quite trust her.

Trump is now the face of the GOP, whether establishment Republicans like it or not. Many Republican lawmakers didn’t want to get too close to him, but most of them stuck by their endorsement of him nevertheless. That stance alienated many Republican women, who said they spent years defending their party against Democrats’ accusations of a “war against women” only to see those accusations come true.

Trump broke every rule in the book: He didn’t release his tax returns, he lied all the time, he suggested he would jail his opponent and he encouraged a foreign country to interfere in the election process.

Because he won, more candidates will now be willing to break these rules as well. And they may come to the conclusion that alienating large swaths of the population works just fine.

“The reason I’m so upset because I’m aware of the implications of a presidency like this to people like us who are minorities,” said Moani, 25, who was also at the Clinton block party and started to cry while speaking. “We thought we were on the rise with Obama but now we’re just being pushed eight years back. It’s hard to see.”

see what eight years of a crooked administration will get you. finally pissed enough people off to get out and vote. A corrupt IRS, investigating right leaning groups.

 

A corrupt administration telling them to do it.

 

A corrupt DOJ that wouldn't investigate the crooked IRS or any other use of agencies to "get" their right wing enemies.

 

A corrupt AG.

 

A POTUS that any news of a shooting by the Police would immediately blame the Police.(I'm not saying the police are without fault).

 

A POTUS that allowed illegal immigration to flow like water.

 

A POTUS that couldn't even say "Radical Islam terrorist"

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hahahahahaha. Best laughs are here. The glass ceiling hilarity was talking about on one of her 13 devices. Wipe it?? You mean with a rag? hahahahahaaa. What difference at this point does it make? It was a movie. oblameo is so proud of hilarity. My jaws are hurting from laughing at dems. Putin caused it. You can keep your doctor. One thing is for sure. oblameo was so bad he lost the congress, the governors, and the presidency. Legacy, legacy, where are you legacy. A billionaire businessman is representing the needs of deplorable people. Too good.


We had our moments in history when we twice elected a black socialist. How did that work out? Fell the BURN yet???

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You con fathers out there, don't stroke your daughter's hair, go stoke your guns instead. You betrayed them. You are disgusting swine unworthy of female affection. You sold them out for purely selfish interests. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

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Talking as though Hillary's gender was a good reason to vote for her is sexist in and of itself.

 

Voke voted for the O'Hole BECAUSE he was black (half anyways).

 

The very shill w/o thought to experience or credibility.

 

Voke voted for Hitlary BECAUSE she was woman (half anyways) despite her abysmal public and private record.

 

Sheep.

 

 

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Voke voted for the O'Hole BECAUSE he was black (half anyways).

 

The very shill w/o thought to experience or credibility.

 

Voke voted for Hitlary BECAUSE she was woman (half anyways) despite her abysmal public and private record.

 

Sheep.

 

 

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Dunno who wrote this garbage. Don't care to. A populist candidate in one election doesn't mean much of anything. Candidates won't all of a sudden think what Trump has said and done is OK.

 

 

Yeah, right. Tell that to a teenage girl. Tell that to all girls that have been victims of sexual harassment. You filth just elected a sexual predator as POTUS. At least I can look at myself in the mirror with no shame.

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Today, I am ashamed to be an American. Thank you, cons, you worthless bastards. You will be reviled in history.

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You con fathers out there, don't stroke your daughter's hair, go stoke your guns instead. You betrayed them. You are disgusting swine unworthy of female affection. You sold them out for purely selfish interests. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

I feel better. At least Slick Willy won't be molesting White House interns or selling top secret information.

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