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Friday, June 02, 2017

If The Election Had been Held On October 27th


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is what happens in today's society where everyone gets a trophy. This failure wants to be recognized for participating and is acting out for that recognition. There have always been winners and losers, and the one pictured "above" President Donald J. Trump, is a proven loser. The voters have spoken and they are more convinced each day , they made the right choice by voting Trump/Pence 2016.

Anonymous said...

She and maxine waters are the oldests snowflakes alive WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

Anonymous said...

Hillary, you are old news baby. Even your base is crumbling. Wake up and smell the .....whatever.

Anonymous said...

I Love this - her own words!
She'll never acknowledge that it was her own self that caused the loss...her party gave her the primary on a silver platter - even Schultz said so!!!

Rebel Without a Clue said...

Whatever happened to the time when the winner of the race was the President and the loser was the VP? It seems that both parties would be satisfied in some way if we brought that idea back into play.

Anonymous said...

That was in 1804, when the 12th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, says David Ward, senior historian at the National Portrait Gallery.

The amendment was proposed after the 1796 election resulted in a president (John Adams) and vice president (Thomas Jefferson) from opposing parties, and the 1800 election led to a tie between Jefferson and Aaron Burr. They were members of the same party (Democratic-Republican), but it took the House of Representatives 36 contentious ballots to break the tie, electing Jefferson president and Burr vice president. In 1804, Jefferson was re-elected and George Clinton became the first vice president under the 12th Amendment.




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Blogger Rebel Without a Clue said...
Whatever happened to the time when the winner of the race was the President and the loser was the VP? It seems that both parties would be satisfied in some way if we brought that idea back into play.

June 2, 2017 at 10:40 AM

except killary does not belong in any gov't office in any shape or form

Anonymous said...

That's what happens when your free ride is over. Kicked to the curb.