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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by andrewza View Post
    And that's a stupid ass method
    Not at all. You simply do not understand how it works.

    Nor is it your problem.

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  • andrewza
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post
    No : the majority of the people did not vote for Hillary, thus it did vote against Hillary .

    The same happened in 1912, in 1916, 1948, 1960,1968,1992,1996.
    Last century,there were 6 Democratic minority presidents and one Republican . If Trump has no right to be president, Wilson, Truman, Kennedy, Clinton also had no right to be president .

    The rule is yjat the candidate with the majority of the EV becomes president, not the candidate with an absolute or relative majority of the PV. Thus Democrats, accept the rules and stop whining .
    She had more people vote for her


    That's what I am saying



    And that's a stupid ass method

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    In fact, that isn't true at all. The majority popular vote slightly favored Clinton. Look it up.

    No : the majority of the people did not vote for Hillary, thus it did vote against Hillary .

    The same happened in 1912, in 1916, 1948, 1960,1968,1992,1996.
    Last century,there were 6 Democratic minority presidents and one Republican . If Trump has no right to be president, Wilson, Truman, Kennedy, Clinton also had no right to be president .

    The rule is yjat the candidate with the majority of the EV becomes president, not the candidate with an absolute or relative majority of the PV. Thus Democrats, accept the rules and stop whining .

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post
    Yes, going to a DSCC dinner with George Soros is standard business for a Republican.
    It is a standard matter for a businessman. Major corps contribute to both sides in a close election.

    You want to do business, you make friends in the government and with those who own the government.

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  • TactiKill J.
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    Yes, going to a DSCC dinner with George Soros is standard business for a Republican.

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