Why did you vote for someone you think is a criminal that deserves to be in jail?
Because it was a choice between an intelligent shyster, and a narcissistic maniac. I figured a shyster behaves rationally, and lots of people are watching her to make sure she lives up to her agenda, whereas a crazy person can do *anything*
So you still think he is a crazy person?
A shyster thinks, *gee, I want to steal, cheat, and lie, so I better give people something so they don't notice*A narcissist thanks *hey, I wanna push this red button* "No, Mr. President , you can't push that, it'll end the world!" "Fuck you! I'm President, not you! I'll push out if I feel like it!" *CLICK* "See? The world didn't end asshole!"....BOOOOOOOOM!
Good analogy, though I really don't think Clinton should be put in jail. Not without sufficient evidence in any case, which has not been found. But yeah, honestly I care far less about a candidate's personal opinions/actions/whatever than about the overall impact they'll have on the world. And there's absolutely no way in hell Clinton's emails or whatever could negatively affect the American public in a larger way than Trump's utterly insane policies. But even then, I think Trump's just as bad a person as Clinton, if not worse.
@cipher42 In an ideal world, they'd both either be in jail, or panhandling in the street. That said, I hope at least one of them ends up in jail.
Yeah, fair. And Trump going to jail would be pretty nice, provided he does it after his presidency. I hate Trump, but I think Pence could do far more damage as president honestly.
@cipher42 Exactly. I hope he goes to jail AFTER his presidency. I'm even more creeped out by the vice president.
Lol yup. Trump is crazy conservative, but at least he doesn't know what he's doing, which may help us
If you voted for either candidate you drank the koolaid. The question is which koolaid is more poisonous.
That is your opinion
Just like your initial claim was your opinion. Thanks for pointing out the obvious.
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It is normal to make promises and not keep them in politics. Whether he like it or not, Donald is now a politician.
Yea probably... because he is probably realizing that you just can't do certain things - controlling 350,000,000 people including world affairs is a tuff tuff job - and sometimes being snarky may help in business but not so much in politics. There is a reason why great politicians have legendary diplomatic characteristicsEither way, I don't think this Trend will last very long... Maybe a decade for 8 years that is
@TripleAce Maybe he'll cut her a deal or something and offer her immunity in exchange for her ratting on everybody else that she knows is corrupt in Washington and can be proven corrupt with credible and legit evidence. But really, she should have been in prison and Bernie should had gone up against Trump in this election.
@JudgmentDay well The buzz is that Obama probably requested Trump to leave her alone... also if not he will simply pardon her before he leaves office
@TripleAce I haven't forgotten about that nor did I ruled out the possibility of her getting a pardon even if they somehow managed to indict her or convict her. I even thought Obama would just go ahead and do what he can to impose martial law at some point before the election completes and so he'd remain in power, we've yet to find out in the next two months now won't we? Depending upon how these protests and riots turns out, and if they ever become worse than where they're currently at.
@JudgmentDay Some skeptics even look at it has Trump was the choice 'they' wanted fully aware of this so called 'riot' - because they simply hire professional people that trigger riots. Actually Donald Trump is claiming exactly that right now and I do believe it Another perfect recipe for Martial Law is for people to advocate for congress to vote in Hillary. Would create a complete disasterOn a side note, I think if they really did have these plans, which most likely they do - they might just ride it out until next election. 4 years is not that long - let him fiddle with the office for a few years and get right back to business where they left off with Hillary
@TripleAce Both you and I understand what's the underlying motives and what the stakes are and why they're doing what they're doing. We've yet to see how everything actually unfolds. If only everybody woke up and realized it to or even questioned it instead of jumping to biased thinking that it's all just a bunch of crazy conspiracy theories, sigh. I mean, hey, it's their future, their children's and grandchildren's futures because when economic collapse comes around and martial law becomes a reality, it's going to be really bleak and difficult for all. It's going to become much worse compared to that of the economic collapses in Argentina and Venezuela. A whole new great depression, and then worse, very likely resulting in a Third World War or Nuclear War.We've yet to see if and how people would advocate for congress to vote in Hillary. But realistically I doubt they would put Hillary up against Trump after his first term is completed though.
He won't elect a special prosecutor to handle her case.
Nope, that is actually not true. She was never charged thus double jeopardy doesn't come into play.
@Thisperson98. Oh, i see. I don't really pay attention to these things