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Anybody have the over/under on how many rounds of golf the President will play in between signing off on presidential pardons. Apparently he set a record yesterday.

I imagine there are some big names in the stack. In typical fashion, we can expect to the DOJ release the list of names on Christmas Eve.

With the media frenzy to build up a fake news story of an electoral college upset, you would think some NYT scribe would be following this real story.

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Well the electoral college failed America today... hopefully CNN, MSNBC, NYT or WaPo can find a another "constitutional scholar" who will be able to present a case where we can impeach a President before the inauguration!


Go talk to rock formations in New Mexico like Lana Dunham. If someone had any doubts that liberals are seriously unhinged, this election provided the proof in spades. Pass the tissues!

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Well the electoral college failed America today... hopefully CNN, MSNBC, NYT or WaPo can find a another "constitutional scholar" who will be able to present a case where we can impeach a President before the inauguration!


Someone get this guy a puppy to cuddle, a mug of hot chocolate with a peppermint candy cane, and some Play Doh for sculpting.

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Looks like now there are 4 faithless electors against Hillary. 2 against Trump. Poor gal can't catch a break...it is really laughable. Liberals, time to get with the program. You lost! This is soooo good.


Faithless husband, faithless electors: the Hillary Clinton story.

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Well the electoral college failed America today... hopefully CNN, MSNBC, NYT or WaPo can find a another "constitutional scholar" who will be able to present a case where we can impeach a President before the inauguration!

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And President elect Trump locks up the Electoral College! Snowflakes are quickly melting down-again.

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Looks like now there are 4 faithless electors against Hillary. 2 against Trump. Poor gal can't catch a break...it is really laughable. Liberals, time to get with the program. You lost! This is soooo good.

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Dec 19, 2016 3:10 PM EST The Maine elector who voted for Bernie Sanders has his vote ruled "improper." He has switched the vote to Clinton.

How about that for a plot twist? Ha!

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Dec 19, 2016 1:21 PM EST Wisconsin has cast 10 votes for Donald Trump.

Dec 19, 2016 1:20 PM EST Kansas has cast 6 votes for Donald Trump.

Dec 19, 2016 1:15 PM EST The count: Donald Trump has 154 votes; Hillary Clinton has 83 votes. There are 301 votes pending.

Live Updates Here

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As of noon, only one 'faithless elector' had changed their vote-a guy from Maine who changed from Hillary to Bernie!

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We should do over/under how many electoral votes Trump will get. 300 over under. I say over.

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(Very interesting article - BTW, the votes won't be counted by the House and Senate until 1/6/2017)

The Electoral College Meets Monday. Here’s What to Expect.
By EMMARIE HUETTEMAN/NYT DEC. 18, 2016

WASHINGTON — On Monday, 538 people will meet to determine who will be the next president.

These meetings of the Electoral College, convened in every state and the District of Columbia just shy of six weeks after Election Day, have long been little more than a formality.

But the victory of President-elect Donald J. Trump, who lost the popular vote but is projected to win the most electoral votes, has thrust the Electoral College into the spotlight once more. The conclusion of American intelligence agencies that Russia tried to intervene in the election to harm Hillary Clinton’s campaign has only intensified the focus in recent days.

President Obama on Friday described the Electoral College — originally a compromise between those who wanted Congress to choose the president and those who favored a popular vote — as a “ vestige.” As electors gather in state capitols across the country, here is a rundown of what comes next:

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Like obamacare, he sold it on a lie, the stimulus was supposed to go for some 'shovel ready' jobs.

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Absolutely right... all that money was supposed to prove that the government public works projects build new infrastructure and put people back to work. The problem was they took a spending program from FDR 1930s when the job force was mainly blue color labor and applied it to an out of work 21st Century labor pool that was proportionally more white collar.

Finance / sales / technology college educated types do not swing pick axes or pour cement. And the money went to plug holes in state budgets.

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Obama's crucial mistake was pushing his social agenda instead of trying to grow the economy.

What the hell got built with the 9 trillion dollars of debt he added?

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Obama's crucial mistake was pushing his social agenda instead of trying to grow the economy.

What the hell got built with the 9 trillion dollars of debt he added?


Where would the debt stand if the interest rate was not near zero % for the last 7 yrs

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Obama's crucial mistake was pushing his social agenda instead of trying to grow the economy.

What the hell got built with the 9 trillion dollars of debt he added?

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Read the facts on NAFTA dumb ass. Started under Bush, voted in by more Republicans than Democrats. ACA was passed by Democrat majority.


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You sound a little confused.... you guys also think ACA was a Republican Bill too. I would love to see a democrat re-vote on that atrocious bill.

Six years after that vote... the full law was never implemented and it is crashing and burning as predicated by most honest economist and budget forecasts.

So did you vote for Hillary's Public Face..... or her Private Face?


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https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/103-1993/h575

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Yeah, NAFTA was a Republican Bill. Sure, Clinton signed it but the responsibility goes across the aisle and the Republicans run away from their majority support for it. Chicken shits.

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You sound a little confused.... you guys also think ACA was a Republican Bill too. I would love to see a democrat re-vote on that atrocious bill.

Six years after that vote... the full law was never implemented and it is crashing and burning as predicated by most honest economist and budget forecasts.

So did you vote for Hillary's Public Face..... or her Private Face?


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https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/103-1993/h575

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fa ... a/?utm_term=.12f594d4aeb1

Yeah, NAFTA was a Republican Bill. Sure, Clinton signed it but the responsibility goes across the aisle and the Republicans run away from their majority support for it. Chicken shits.

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https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/103-1993/h575

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fa ... a/?utm_term=.12f594d4aeb1

Yeah, NAFTA was a Republican Bill. Sure, Clinton signed it but the responsibility goes across the aisle and the Republicans run away from their majority support for it. Chicken shits.
Obama fell for the gop bait just like Clinton.

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https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/103-1993/h575

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fa ... a/?utm_term=.12f594d4aeb1

Yeah, NAFTA was a Republican Bill. Sure, Clinton signed it but the responsibility goes across the aisle and the Republicans run away from their majority support for it. Chicken shits.

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I like Michelle Obama muy mucho, but if she wanted to give people hope she should have told her husband to stop pushing trade those idiotic trade deals. Despite the rhetoric, those deals with poor countries do hurt American workers although automation is a bigger long term threat. The ones benefitting mightily are the big us corporations. us jobs are exported and workers in the other countries still get next to zilch; trump likes to criticize China, but perhaps he should visit Philippines, Bangladesh or Ethiopia.
Any guesses as to how many months before scumbag announces an improvement on those trade deals? Will Bernie Sanders be sitting in the White House in 2021?

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Mrs. Obama made the hopeless claim, lol. After 8 years of her husband the Democrats have lost the House, the Senate, the White House, more and more governorships/state legislatures, and soon the Supreme Court. I'd say that's pretty hopeless.


And what will they do with so much control? Seems they are obsessed with women and their wombs. People voted on jobs and the economy and the Republicans are just going back to their old nonsense which people are obviously sick of. The middle-class and those whose jobs are now obsolete voted on a false promise and the rich dudes in the G.O.P. are just going to concentrate on their own bullshit. Trickle down is back and it will do nothing. In two years the G.O.P. will swing from the gallows.


Extreme partisans like you have been predicting the downfall of the GOP for years now. And your predictions have proven embarrassingly wrong at every turn.

In fact, nationally, the Democrats are the weakest in decades. And they have no bench to speak of. Dark times ahead for you guys, especially after Trump does great.


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Mrs. Obama made the hopeless claim, lol. After 8 years of her husband the Democrats have lost the House, the Senate, the White House, more and more governorships/state legislatures, and soon the Supreme Court. I'd say that's pretty hopeless.


And what will they do with so much control? Seems they are obsessed with women and their wombs. People voted on jobs and the economy and the Republicans are just going back to their old nonsense which people are obviously sick of. The middle-class and those whose jobs are now obsolete voted on a false promise and the rich dudes in the G.O.P. are just going to concentrate on their own bullshit. Trickle down is back and it will do nothing. In two years the G.O.P. will swing from the gallows.

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Mrs. Obama made the hopeless claim, lol. After 8 years of her husband the Democrats have lost the House, the Senate, the White House, more and more governorships/state legislatures, and soon the Supreme Court. I'd say that's pretty hopeless.

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HA-HA!! Kanye West and Bill Gates!! All walks of life. He needs to keep going to rallies, his only "safe space". By the way, we're not feeling hopeless, we are energized and we're gonna make life hell for Trump. We aren't the ones who will have to keep making excuses. This whole situation is "unpresidented"!!




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And you and your bitter elitist collection of "The Hopeless" should either think about contributing positively or climb into you safe space, pull the cover over and come out in 4 years.

Seems to me that Trump is building all the bridges looking at the people from all walks of life meeting with him at the Tower to talk about the future.


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Friday 12/16/2016 CSPAN now 8:30 pm

President elect Trump Thank You Rally in Orlando Florida.

The Christmas trees and Merry Christmas signs are back!!


I love the Trump-Nuts calling Democrats and Liberals "snowflakes" and suggesting they find "safe spaces" etc. and yet they have been fighting an imaginary "War on Christmas" and a "War on Christians" for years now. Now they have a whiny, thin-skinned Complainer-In-Chief to lead them into imaginary battles. These next 4 years, if he makes it that far, are going to be so entertaining.

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With Trump as our next president, everyone has three democratic options - Like it, Lump it, or Leave ... whining will just stress you out for no personal gain or change the situation for the next 4 years, when you can vote once more.

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And you and your bitter elitist collection of "The Hopeless" should either think about contributing positively or climb into you safe space, pull the cover over and come out in 4 years.

Seems to me that Trump is building all the bridges looking at the people from all walks of life meeting with him at the Tower to talk about the future.


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Friday 12/16/2016 CSPAN now 8:30 pm

President elect Trump Thank You Rally in Orlando Florida.

The Christmas trees and Merry Christmas signs are back!!


I love the Trump-Nuts calling Democrats and Liberals "snowflakes" and suggesting they find "safe spaces" etc. and yet they have been fighting an imaginary "War on Christmas" and a "War on Christians" for years now. Now they have a whiny, thin-skinned Complainer-In-Chief to lead them into imaginary battles. These next 4 years, if he makes it that far, are going to be so entertaining.

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Friday 12/16/2016 CSPAN now 8:30 pm

President elect Trump Thank You Rally in Orlando Florida.

The Christmas trees and Merry Christmas signs are back!!


I love the Trump-Nuts calling Democrats and Liberals "snowflakes" and suggesting they find "safe spaces" etc. and yet they have been fighting an imaginary "War on Christmas" and a "War on Christians" for years now. Now they have a whiny, thin-skinned Complainer-In-Chief to lead them into imaginary battles. These next 4 years, if he makes it that far, are going to be so entertaining.


You do know that Comrade deBlasio is doing for the poor snowflakes/civil servants in NYC? Offering them 'stress therapy' over Trump's victory?

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Friday 12/16/2016 CSPAN now 8:30 pm

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The Christmas trees and Merry Christmas signs are back!!


I love the Trump-Nuts calling Democrats and Liberals "snowflakes" and suggesting they find "safe spaces" etc. and yet they have been fighting an imaginary "War on Christmas" and a "War on Christians" for years now. Now they have a whiny, thin-skinned Complainer-In-Chief to lead them into imaginary battles. These next 4 years, if he makes it that far, are going to be so entertaining.

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No, she didn't. She won the popular vote in 20 states, while Trump won in 30 states. Washington DC voted for Clinton, of course.


Board won't let me edit a previous comment. But yes, 20 states. Thanks.

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