I can't wait to read Hillarys new book this week.

I can't wait to read Hillarys new book this week. | image tagged in new book,hilarious rottingham,clin,ton,meme,funny | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Hillary will release a companion sing-along single for her tour...... "Let's do Bernie: Bernie Bo-bernie ba-na-na fanna Fo-fernie....
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A followup book will address her struggle with coughing....
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Well she did win the popular vote, so in all fairness she does have a good reason to gripe about how things turned out.
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That is not how the game is played (popular vote).
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Put yourself in Hillary's shoes: If the country had favoured you, but your opponent still wins the election, wouldn't you be a bit pissed off?
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No, it turns out that with all the cheating she did with all the illegal votes, she wouldn't have won the popular vote either.

But that being said, it isn't the "popular vote" that gets someone elected for a few good reasons. Only a cry baby whines over and over about losing.
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No she doesn't. She knew the rules of the game and chose to neglect states because she presumed they were a "given." Furthermore you can't use the popular vote to mean anything at all because in a system that DID recognize the popular vote, the result would have been different. As it is, people who are Republican in a blue state may not bother voting and vice versa, plus you have to add in the fact that campaigning would have also been completely different which would have changed the result, so no, you can't extrapolate anything from the 2016 results. Well unless you want to be an excuse-maker, that is.
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Where I come from:
1. Voting is compulsory for anyone over the age of 18, therefore all votes are accounted for
2. Whoever gets the most votes wins the election. What's the point of voting if it has no effect on the final outcome?
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It's called a republic... Not a Greek City-State
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1. So you live in a "free" country that forces you to vote. Do you not realize how amusingly ironic that is? 2. You can't apply your rules to another country's. The US chose the system they did so that the smaller states' opinions were not continually drowned out, so in that sense the voting is not all equal because the smaller states have a larger say than their size would suggest. 3. Because of what I said earlier, the popular vote result you see is not the "real" result it would be in a system that recognized it. You are changing the rules after the fact and then trying to extrapolate from it. It's like if you have a soccer game which as it is, of course, only recognizes goals, then after the game you say, "yeah, team X got more goals, but team Y had most of the possession, ran more, had more chances on goals, etc." It doesn't matter until the rules are changed. 4. I live in Canada and the party that wins the election with a supposed "majority" generally only gets between 38-43% of the popular vote. I have yet to live through an election where that isn't the case. Also, sometimes you can have two parties which will get the same share of the popular vote but drastically different numbers of seats in Parliament. I'd say this is because the system was designed when there were only two parties, which isn't the case anymore, so it messes the whole thing up. Anyway, the point is that lots of "democracies" (Canada's system being similar to the entire Commonwealth) have systems which aren't as "democratic" as they first appear.
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A free country that forces people to vote? Perhaps, but then what's this thing called "The Draft"?
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How often has the draft been enacted? And when it has been enacted, it's during war time, i.e., when the country is at great risk (at least in theory). Not saying I agree with it, but on the other hand, you'll go to jail and not be executed as you might be elsewhere. Anyway, after all I said there, that's the only comeback you have? That's pretty weak, bud.
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That's like griping about losing a best of seven series of games because your team scored more overall points. She can gripe all she wants but it just means she's a poor looser.
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