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Thursday, November 17, 2016

Video: Top 20 Election Night Losers

What is the future of those included in the list of twenty?


Which of those in the above video will try to make a comeback?

Which will succeed in making a comeback?

31 comments:

  1. Sanders is very much alive and well.

    Most of those goobers we'll be better of without.

    Time to sit back, watch Trump fail to deliver and get ready for a neoliberal free midterm.

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    1. Sanders is a spent force. The DNC insiders jobbed him bigtime and he licked Hillary's hand and did her bidding. Hardly the actions of a revolutionary *Feeeeel the Berrrrrrrn!!!"

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    2. CANARDO is nothing but a Commie a QUACKPOT.

      Address him not,
      For he's a snot
      Unworthy of attention ––
      A bilious ––
      Supercilious ––
      Churl deserving of no mention.

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  2. * The Mark Cuban comment is funny, but Trump's IRS better not be using the IRS to attack enemies like Obama did. He was elected to clean that up.

    * It will be interesting to see how much influence the Clintons swing on the world stage (and how much money they collect) now that they have nothing to sell.

    * I predict the Obama's global money and power operation will make the Clinton Foundation look like a taco truck with an engine fire.

    * Kasich tried to look like the "Compassionate Conservative" but ended up being unmasked as a petulant, egotistical churl, who swings no weight whatsoever. Did McCain reward him with a kiss for writing his name in?

    * International supervillain and batwinged financier of global leftwing fascism George Soros is not a loser. His nefarious global operations will continue. I hope Trump's Justice Department joins with Interpol to track that horrible creature to his fetid lair, drag him out, expose his international crimes and lock him away until he finally crosses the River Styx

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    1. SF,
      I deleted my comment because I need to clarify. Let me try again.

      George Soros is 86 years old. Can he be around much longer? No. But his global operations will indeed survive.

      Many of us have demonized Soros. No problem there, IMO. But what many on the Right don't understand is that his same philosophy drives many and will linger -- ever waiting in the wings.

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    2. But the man had hereditary tendencies of the most diabolical kind. A criminal strain ran in his blood, which, instead of being modified, was increased and rendered infinitely more dangerous by his extraordinary mental powers. Dark rumours gathered round him in the University town, and eventually he was compelled to resign his chair and come down to London. He is the Napoleon of crime, Watson. He is the organiser of half that is evil and of nearly all that is undetected in this great city...

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    3. Ed: Nice!

      AOW: Sadly, you are correct. Soros will one day return to his father in Hades, but his organization, and a host of demons like him, will endure upon the earth.

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  3. The conclusion was pretty good. One generation from now, Barack Obama will be remembered as the first non-white president, and not much else.

    The Democrat party sold its soul first to the international financiers, Wall Street, globalists and corporations, and finally, to Hillary Clinton. Democrats have some real soul-searching to do.

    The GOP Establishmentarians and Conservative Commentariate will worm their way back in. Lizards, termites, cockroaches and little mice always do...

    Despite that, the GOP sits pretty good, especially when you look at the state level. We are a leaning-conservative/GOP nation with some blue fringes.

    Having said that, if Trump and the GOP doesn't deliver, it all falls apart on them, perhaps in two years, definitely in four.

    As I keep saying to the crabby doom-sayers rubbing their hands and perched on the edges of their seats just waiting for a colossal Trump failure (and you know who you are, Ducky)...

    Time will tell. We'll just have to wait and see. There will be plenty for the Trump fans to cheer, and there will also be stumbles, fumbles and foibles that the Trump-haterz can latch onto and celebrate to the blare of Satan's bagpipes and howl out their hellish chorus of hatred, scorn and vituperation...

    We are under the blessing/curse of living in interesting times...

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    1. SF,
      We are a leaning-conservative/GOP nation with some blue fringes.

      Except that those blue fringes are heavily populated.

      Trump's every move will be watched -- by every side along the political spectrum. And there will be plenty of complaining from one quarter or another.

      It seems to me that complaining has become the order of the day now. Where did the very concept of contentment go?

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  4. If Trump doesn't deliver (on what, the wall?) the GOP won't fall apart for awhile.

    You will be able to stiff the poor for a while yet.

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    1. Ducky,

      I don't think so. Trump brought together a new coalition. If he doesn't deliver, those "Reagan Democrats" will simply stay home again, as they have done in the past.

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    2. The even bigger danger is for the Democrat Party.

      Millions of poor must have realized by now that they've been screwed by the Democrat vote harvesters, but they had nowhere to go.

      If Trump's GOP makes some gains on the ground, including the urban poor, there will be a real fight between the parties over who can best serve the interests and needs of ordinary Americans, and that would be a very good thing.

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  5. The White House isn’t ruling out the possibility of Hillary Clinton receiving a last-minute pardon from President Obama — even though she hasn’t been charged with a crime.

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  6. That is some serious ugliness. And if you want to see what IT looks like without make up, head over to Adrienne's

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    1. Kid,
      So bug-eyed! WTH?

      And no combing of the hair? Sheesh.

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    2. Yea, I don't even go out like that to Home Depot to pick up hardware...
      This is proof of a serious character flaw. That you'd let yourself go out like that to a Fund Raiser? Geeezix.

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    3. Kid,
      The only places to which I go even beginning to look that unkempt: to the doctor or to the hospital. If I do anywhere else -- ANYWHERE! -- I pull myself together before stepping out the door.

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    4. Perfect. Yes, the doctor or the hospital on an Emergency visit. I wouldn't even take the trash out looking like that !
      I'm serious that there is something seriously wrong with people willing to go out like that, let alone a populated thing like a fund raiser!

      I'd feel like I showed up at school in my undies! We've all had that dream right? :)

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    5. How about seeing your mother and father NAKED in church?

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    1. Fascism's home is on the Left.

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  8. Make America Great Again!

    Ford confirmed late Thursday it has told Trump its Lincoln SUV made at the Louisville assembly plant will stay in Kentucky.

    “The dollar is rampant”

    President Trump's America could be the engine that powers global economic growth. 2017 GDP grows by at least 4%.

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  9. News Flash!

    Hillary didn't lose because she is a Woman, and not because she is a Democratic, She LOST because she is Hillary Clinton!

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  10. Dated November 17, 2016:

    <a href="http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/obama-sets-new-record-for-regulations-527-pages-in-just-one-day/article/2607677</a>.

    First paragraph:

    <i><b>President Obama has just set a new record for rules and regulations, his administration spitting out 527 pages worth in just one day, as he races to put his fingerprint on virtually every corner of American life and business. </i></b>

    Read the rest at the link.

    First paragraph:

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    1. Oops! Sorry about the screwed-up formatting of the above comment. Oh, well. The link does work. See this.

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  11. Breaking Obamas Staffers went wild after Trump announced that he was going to fire all of Obama's Staff when he takes over.
    I wonder how many of Bush's staff were kept on when obama occupied the White House. I don't remember hearing about a coddling program to get them jobs, though. I guess that spoiled brats hire other spoiled brats who can't make their way in their own.

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  12. Trump has a right to hire his own staff. I mean, really, does he want to keep Valerie Jarrett? He certainly won't want to keep Susan Rice in any capacity. The liar's club needs to be carved out.
    Beyond that, why would you keep anyone who would function as a mole for the DNC? It is logical to hire your own staff on transition into the WH.

    Tammy

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