Dr. Jamesy
2016-11-28T19:57:05Z
Guest
2016-11-28T20:13:33Z
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Dr. Jamesy
2016-11-28T20:15:08Z
Originally Posted by: dlm 

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Jimmy Kimmel is the media right now thinking about advertisement revenue
Guest
2016-11-28T20:18:14Z
idk why i even posted that. but now that i look back it's obvious. they "won't budge" but libs think they will budge like the pickle jar lid
Guest
2016-11-28T20:18:44Z
little do they know the pickle jar was pre-opened off air by an under-40 white man
Zinc
2020-11-23T19:15:20Z
Can you imagine how the Republicans would flip out if the situation was the other way around and Trump lost. Wow.
sobe
2020-11-23T21:38:03Z
Originally Posted by: Zinc 

Can you imagine how the Republicans would flip out if the situation was the other way around and Trump lost. Wow.



For what it's worth, I don't like how Republicans are handling this situation at all. If it was just one state, that would be one thing....but Trump would need to flip THREE states.
Zinc
2020-11-24T01:29:21Z
Originally Posted by: sobe 

For what it's worth, I don't like how Republicans are handling this situation at all. If it was just one state, that would be one thing....but Trump would need to flip THREE states.



Wait, are you a Democrat now?
sobe
2020-11-24T16:58:43Z
Originally Posted by: Zinc 

Wait, are you a Democrat now?



Oh hell no. But I do recognize the damage that Americans viewing the elected President as illegitimate is doing to our country.

2000 - GW Bush illegitimate because the Supreme Court allegedly gave him the election (and because he lost the popular vote)
2008 - Obama illegitimate because he was allegedly born in Kenya (and because he was allegedly a socialist)
2016 - Trump illegitimate because he allegedly colluded with the Russians (and because he lost the popular vote)
2020 - Biden illegitimate because of alleged voter fraud.

Literally every President since 2000 has been viewed as illegitimately holding power by a significant percentage of the population. THIS is part of why our country continues to become more and more polarized with every election.
sobe
2020-11-24T17:00:56Z
I'm disappointed the original forums didn't last long enough for me to rub Trump's 2016 victory in CABlingBling's face. After my humiliating forum bet loss in 2008.