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At least as well as Democrats were with Obama not following through on his promises-closing Gitmo, waiting days to sign bills into law, the most transparent White House ever, etc.


I know there were a lot of people who drank the "hope" and "change" kool-aid that were really butt-hurt when they found out that a decent chunk of what Obama said was just not that feasible. I always figured most of what Obama and Trump said was BS.

So far Trump seems to be falling in line with most politicians; at least as far as his campaign promises go.

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At least as well as Democrats were with Obama not following through on his promises-closing Gitmo, waiting days to sign bills into law, the most transparent White House ever, etc.

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I know the guy hasn't even been sworn in yet, but I wonder how all the Trump supporters would feel if he can't deliver on his many promises. Yes, I know he claims to have already done some of the things he promised, but he has also walked back many of his promises as well.

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The donkey Democrats beat themselves to death with their terrible policies, President elect Trump just delivered the final blow.


I agree with this in general but some people in this thread are engaging in some stage 5 hero worship.


Even the most ardent Trump supporters underestimated how annoyed the people in the heartland were with Hillary/Obama, so I think they're justified in spiking the ball a bit. And with the rioting, handwringing, recounts, Electoral College petitions it's not shocking some want to rub the snowflakes noses in it.

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The donkey Democrats beat themselves to death with their terrible policies, President elect Trump just delivered the final blow.


I agree with this in general but some people in this thread are engaging in some stage 5 hero worship.

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The donkey Democrats beat themselves to death with their terrible policies, President elect Trump just delivered the final blow.

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This dumpster fire of a thread is....
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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/


Not thrilled with the proposed changes, but this issue is so meaningless compared with what was at stake in this election (Germany just provided yet another reminder), that I just don't really care about it.

But again, if you want to move and join your fellow liberals, feel free.


This issue is much more meaningful than the trumped up fear of terrorism. Barely any Americans have been killed in terrorist attacks since 9/11. You are more likely to get hit by lightning.


Progressive thinking truly is lacking in compassion. Try explaining that foolish line of thought to the families of the US victims of terror. I am sure that will bring them peace of mind. Statistactly speaking, your loved ones cold blooded murder was just an anomally. It's within bounds of DOJ acceptable losses for the cause.

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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/


Not thrilled with the proposed changes, but this issue is so meaningless compared with what was at stake in this election (Germany just provided yet another reminder), that I just don't really care about it.

But again, if you want to move and join your fellow liberals, feel free.


This issue is much more meaningful than the trumped up fear of terrorism. Barely any Americans have been killed in terrorist attacks since 9/11. You are more likely to get hit by lightning.


You are 100% wrong, but luckily your side lost and the debate is over.


Put down the kool aid... slowly.

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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/


Not thrilled with the proposed changes, but this issue is so meaningless compared with what was at stake in this election (Germany just provided yet another reminder), that I just don't really care about it.

But again, if you want to move and join your fellow liberals, feel free.


This issue is much more meaningful than the trumped up fear of terrorism. Barely any Americans have been killed in terrorist attacks since 9/11. You are more likely to get hit by lightning.


You are 100% wrong, but luckily your side lost and the debate is over.

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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/


Not thrilled with the proposed changes, but this issue is so meaningless compared with what was at stake in this election (Germany just provided yet another reminder), that I just don't really care about it.

But again, if you want to move and join your fellow liberals, feel free.


This issue is much more meaningful than the trumped up fear of terrorism. Barely any Americans have been killed in terrorist attacks since 9/11. You are more likely to get hit by lightning.

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I have never thoroughly understood the issue to have a firm opinion. I find proponents for both sides have some associations that make me wonder what is in it for them?

I know the FCC was trying to reign in free speech platforms like "am talk radio" and of course handing over the keys to the internet to some UN group.


Even your link was confusing to me... but I am for open internet access and if there is a financial charge to maintain that access, I would pay for a reasonable charge.



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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/

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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/


Not thrilled with the proposed changes, but this issue is so meaningless compared with what was at stake in this election (Germany just provided yet another reminder), that I just don't really care about it.

But again, if you want to move and join your fellow liberals, feel free.

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Are you guys planning to fall in line on the issue of net neutrality as well?

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 ... ules-as-soon-as-possible/

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Best article I found so far about moving to Canada.

Better not have a DUI or a drug offense. Flunkies and junkies need not apply. Canada may be liberal as hell, but her immigration laws are tough, like Australia's.

Hollywood crazies probably would be rejected.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/feat ... rump-161218122212160.html


The liberals who want to move all profess to love diversity and claim it's a tremendous strength.

So they shouldn't confine themselves to white countries to move to. There are plenty of diverse countries they can move to if they are serious about truly loving diversity.

There's Mexico, the whole African continent, some Middle Eastern countries where they can be surrounded by Muslims. The world is really their oyster.



Let's not leave out socialist utopias of Venezuela and Cuba. even with old Fidel turned to ashes, there are still plenty of boats leaving Cuba on moonless midnights to cross over to Florida.

Do an Anti-Castro Cuban refugee meet and greet on a pristine Key West Beach. Pass out free Cuba Libres and then pick a boat with the driest interior.

If that is to early in the morning, I am sure the Coast Guard has a nice selection of boats to be returned back to Cuba.

The USCG will even call their Cuban counterparts and let them know you are on your way. Mantener viva la esperanza!



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Best article I found so far about moving to Canada.

Better not have a DUI or a drug offense. Flunkies and junkies need not apply. Canada may be liberal as hell, but her immigration laws are tough, like Australia's.

Hollywood crazies probably would be rejected.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/feat ... rump-161218122212160.html


The liberals who want to move all profess to love diversity and claim it's a tremendous strength.

So they shouldn't confine themselves to white countries to move to. There are plenty of diverse countries they can move to if they are serious about truly loving diversity.

There's Mexico, the whole African continent, some Middle Eastern countries where they can be surrounded by Muslims. The world is really their oyster.

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Best article I found so far about moving to Canada.

Better not have a DUI or a drug offense. Flunkies and junkies need not apply. Canada may be liberal as hell, but her immigration laws are tough, like Australia's.

Hollywood crazies probably would be rejected.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/feat ... rump-161218122212160.html

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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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