Massive voter fraud.
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Posted by David Schott (+10513) 7 months ago
I see Trump is claiming there was massive voter fraud in the November 2016 election. If the winner of the election says it is so, then it must be so.

Write to your Congressperson and demand the election results be invalidated and that a new election be held.
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Posted by Bridgier (+7441) 7 months ago
So, the democrats were tricksy enough to create 3 to 5 million fraudulent votes, but not smart enough to put them in Michigan, Ohio, Florida and/or Pennsylvania?

Suuuuuuure.

Even faux patiots like Oddy or Ike would have to admit that is one chicken that's well beyond procreateing.
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Posted by jimdeastfork (+72) 7 months ago
What a concept, the Democrats just might be willing to accommodate President Trump with a new election in order that the issue of voter fraud could be settled. Problem is, how many new elections would it take before all parties would be satisfied that there has been a fair election, devoid of fraud?

The man is amazing as he seems unable to grasp the fact that he "is" now President, with all that implies, and not merely another candidate free to accuse and spout almost anything. It is time to put on his "big boy" pants, allow himself to accept the win, and get on with being a President for the entire country.

Actually perhaps the possible accusation/diagnosis of dementia can be added to narcissism, bully incarnate, and paranoia. Finally, is the man a clear and present danger to himself, or others?

Bottom line, the next four years may be entertaining, scary, and maybe educational. Personally, I think I would love to vote for a candidate with the same attitude and political leanings as our own Senator Tester in 2020.
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Posted by Oddjob (+108) 7 months ago
Reply to Bridgier (#370442)
Bridgier wrote:


Even faux patiots like Oddy or Ike


I gave up a chunk of my life for Uncle Sam, cubicle boy. What have you ever done besides freeload on the service of others?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+13168) 7 months ago
Reply to Oddjob (#370474)
Oddjob wrote:
Bridgier wrote:


Even faux patiots like Oddy or Ike


I gave up a chunk of my life for Uncle Sam, cubicle boy. What have you ever done besides freeload on the service of others?


The truth is the benefits of private industry came from public resources. Public resources created computer technology and the internet so mining companies can use software like Vulcan to extract resources in 3-D. "Corner-Office boy" is doing his part by creating new hardware so people like you can continue to mine gold with greater efficiency. If it weren't for public resources you'd be doing your job with a pick axe and an old coffee can. The private depends completely on the public.
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Posted by Oddjob (+108) 6 months ago
It was a cheap shot and it deserved a cheap shot response, Richard. No air thief has the right to question anybody's patriotism.

If cheap shot artist is what earns you the corner office, I would expect that we should have already seen the bio in Forbes and Investors Business Daily..

Oh, and thanks for sharing that Vets might have some kind of "pedestal" problem, David. Here I always thought the "baby-killer" perception is why most of us never put service on a resume.
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Posted by David Schott (+10513) 6 months ago
Reply to Oddjob (#370484)
That article is what you find when you google, "What do you say to a war veteran who has a chip on his shoulder".
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Posted by Tom Masa (+1458) 6 months ago
I am a Vietnam vet and I proudly put my service on any resume or any other document.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+1304) 6 months ago
Well Righties, what do you think? Does Trump really think there was voter fraud, or is he still worried about the validity of the election result?

Whatever the reason, the Republicans in congress are eating this up because it dovetails nicely into their previous efforts to disenfranchise minority voters. Slimy bastards!
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Posted by tom regan (+324) 6 months ago
I’m also interested in hearing from Trump supporters on this issue. When the results from the investigation into illegal voting shows there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud, what then? Will you admit that President Trump is dangerously unhinged from reality, and is more interested in satisfying his enormous ego than being the president? In my opinion he should embrace the fact that he is the most despised incoming president in modern history, losing the popular vote by more than 2.5 million votes. He can point out (falsely), that those votes came from coastal liberal elites and minorities from urban areas. This fits perfectly into the Republican narrative that minorities and liberals are destroying America.

President Trump has implied that our entire electoral system is corrupt. Does he not understand how damaging this accusation is to our country? I can’t understand why he won’t accept his victory and move on to implementing his fascist alt-right agenda.

http://www.stonekettle.co...kless.html
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Posted by Bridgier (+7441) 6 months ago
TBH oddy, I could give a poop what you did 40 years ago. Petain was the hero of france, until he wasn't, and you're no Petain.

Republican patriotism: Party First, Procreate the Country.

8 years of letting everything burn because you couldn't let the Democrats have a policy win, and then as soon as your guy's in office, there's suddenly money everywhere for every half-baked plan Trump comes up with.

We've got 15 Billion dollars today to build a wall, but where was that money to rebuild bridges and water treatment plants?

No viagra needed in the Oddy household this weekend, Popular Vote Loser Trump showed those towelheads who's boss, chaos and human misery be damned.

And while we were dealing with that, President* Trump puts his chief political adviser on the National Security Council, while demoting the Director Of National Intelligence and the head of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff. Let's pause for a moment to consider the level of caterwauling and butthurt that this would have generated from the usual suspects if Obama had even considered such a terrible idea. Oddy and Ike would have needed to buy their cooling salve by the pallet, for all the good it would have done them.

[Edited by Bridgier (1/30/2017 9:33:46 AM)]
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+13168) 6 months ago
The ultimate voter fraud is allowing an individual to run the country without being on the ballot. President Bannon is running things. Trump is nothing but a show-pony President. Not cool!
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Posted by jimdeastfork (+72) 6 months ago
Regarding Bannon, some sort of modern Rasputin?
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+1304) 6 months ago
A pretty good analogy, Jimd.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+9366) 6 months ago
Who would know more about voter fraud, than a fraudulent voter?

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A man who President Donald Trump has promoted as an authority on voter fraud was registered to vote in multiple states during the 2016 presidential election, the Associated Press has learned.

Gregg Phillips, whose unsubstantiated claim that the election was marred by 3 million illegal votes was tweeted by the president, was listed on the rolls in Alabama, Texas and Mississippi, according to voting records and election officials in those states. He voted only in Alabama in November, records show.


https://apnews.com/80497c...8f5ca30a62
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1910) 6 months ago
If it weren't all so horrifying, I would be laughing like a fiend.
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Posted by tom regan (+324) 3 months ago
Looks like Trump has taken some time away from tweeting while sitting on his gilded crapper to appoint a lawyer to investigate "massive voter fraud".

https://www.splcenter.org...t-movement

Nice choice. I sure he will be completely impartial in his investigation.
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