Consideration, Respect, Moderation, Whitney.
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Gospelartist03 wrote:Hillary has got to be livid trying to deal with this. The republicans had it out for her for decades and they really did it this time and took her down. I bet it will be studied for decades. How much mileage republicans got out of the benghazi situation, which then turned into emails... the fact she was painted as a criminal when the Trump basically got away with any and everything is quite fascinating.
Life still goes on, he aint god just a powerful job that I don't really think he has the work ethic or discipline to really follow through. So I guess that means the country will be run by Omarossa, christi and them lol
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Karan wrote:I'm not going to believe in any conspiracy theory, unless I see the receipts.
I am hating seeing Hillary related news on my timeline, only because it is making me sad to think she lost.
I don't know why I feel so sad. Unlike most people, I am not as sad about Trump becoming the President as I am about Hillary's loss. I REALLY wanted her to be the next president. The first WOMAN president.
Everyone around her, including Hillary herself, was so sure for the longest time that she was going to win that they already started referring her as 'madame president', I can't even begin to feel how her and her entire campaign staff must be feeling.
This is sickening. I feel like puking.
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Brownskin wrote:...about Hillary have u notice no one beside her daughter has ever said that she a good person. Like Whitney everyone said she was a good person just had issues with drugs.There got to be a reason why she was so unlikable.Adore1985 is right she had all the media all the money the name Beyoncé Jay Z Jennifer Lopez Bruce Springsteen President Obama Michelle Obama Joe Biden all Hollywood.Wallstreet
Bushes Colin Powell
and she still lost...
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jamie626 wrote:The country is so divided and it's not only sad, but it's scary. There are good people on both sides and all of those good people want a better life for themselves, their families and the rest of the country. They just see different ways of how to get to a better life for all of us. This is the wonderful part of our democracy. Unfortunately, people continue to listen to the main stream media and never listen to each other, thereby causing anger, resentment and bitterness towards our neighbor(s). People need to realize that it's the media that divides this country. The media and our government need to wake up and take notice to this election. While I understand a lot of concerns about President Trump, there are the equal concerns about Secretary Clinton. For me, putting the media trash points to the side and looking at the issues, I had to vote for Trump for reasons that I felt were going to help my family and children. The same personal factors that I voted for President Obama are the same reasons that I had to change course and vote for Trump. Also, the more the establishment government and media tried to push me toward their choice, the more I felt inclined to run away from what they were shoving down my throat. While I do not feel President Trump is the cream of the crop, I am refreshed that America stood up and put an outsider in instead of what establishment, corrupt government and media were pushing.
I'm not going to brag or belittle that candidate I ended up voting for, won while your candidate maybe did not. We all have are reasons and concerns and most are valid concerns to listen to and not disregard. We definitely should not close the door to other people's opinions. Listen to CNN, Listen to FOX, find the truth, find the middle ground. Understand where both parties are coming from. By doing so, we may not be happy with the outcome, but will find peace with our fellow Americans... and where there is peace, their is unity. Where there is Unity, there is no division.
My last two points are...
1) I wonder what the results would have been if the media hadn't pushed so hard against Sanders. Would Trump have won? Maybe media should learn to stay on actual facts and policies, instead of promoting their favorite candidate. This election proves that people have taken notice to the media involvement and agendas.
2) For what it's worth... When I voted for President Obama (both terms), it was easy for me to defend him and speak proudly of my candidate. For President Trump, it's very much the opposite. He is a very hard choice to defend and I will not try to defend him. I didnt take this vote lightly and it was hard. My end choice was because it was extremely personal for me. My insurance went up, then I lost my insurance, then I was penalized for losing my insurance (tax penalties), then I couldn't afford to get new insurance, then I got doubly hit at tax time and now I have been laid off. All of these reasons, I trusted President Obama and unfortunately, for my family, it turned out to be a backfire for me personally. For others it worked, but for these main reasons, are the main reasons I voted for President Trump. It wasn't because I am racist, as I've been called by those for Hillary, or because I want handouts, as I was called when I was for Bernie. Sometimes people have a different path or reason when they vote and it's not what you or I may think so we should keep our concerns respectful as opposed to judgmental.
For now, I'll just leave all of my two cents on the table and take the stoning that I'll probably receive from one side or the other.
(Sorry for any type-o's, trying to multi-task).
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