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What got us here? Is the election rigged?

Quadrunner
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10/7/2016 5:35:48 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
Please I beg of you, keep things specific and don't rant about all the political propaganda rushing about.

I predicted, early in this election that if Hillary Clinton could defeat Bernie Sanders, which was likely, that there was nothing stopping her from the presidency.

My logic was that Bernie Sanders, although a hell of a good guy, is ultimately a borderline socialist and had little chance of winning a mainstream vote in this country for the presidency. Everyone, even Bernie Supporters, had to realize that this country isn't in a position for him that at this time. He's just too polarizing.

The republican convention in the mean time, somehow had its two weakest, most polarizing candidates in the lead, and I just assumed at the time that they wouldn't be able to stand up to Hillary Clinton, potentially a political genius who has obviously positioned herself perfectly for the presidency, aside from her reputation. She has had the high ground since the election started.

I'm not a big conspiracy junkie but it seems pretty plain to me that the unwinnable characters were promoted more heavily then qualified candidates in this election....Everyone except Hillary Clinton has had a low probability since before the election began. Most people don't like her, don't want her, and yet in a country of 300 million people, there is likely no one who can defeat her. Nothing against Trump, which I wish to remain neutral on, but she's just out of his league. He's a true underdog.

So I ask, what got us here? Is the election rigged?
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kevin24018
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10/7/2016 5:54:41 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/7/2016 5:35:48 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
Please I beg of you, keep things specific and don't rant about all the political propaganda rushing about.

I predicted, early in this election that if Hillary Clinton could defeat Bernie Sanders, which was likely, that there was nothing stopping her from the presidency.

My logic was that Bernie Sanders, although a hell of a good guy, is ultimately a borderline socialist and had little chance of winning a mainstream vote in this country for the presidency. Everyone, even Bernie Supporters, had to realize that this country isn't in a position for him that at this time. He's just too polarizing.

The republican convention in the mean time, somehow had its two weakest, most polarizing candidates in the lead, and I just assumed at the time that they wouldn't be able to stand up to Hillary Clinton, potentially a political genius who has obviously positioned herself perfectly for the presidency, aside from her reputation. She has had the high ground since the election started.

I'm not a big conspiracy junkie but it seems pretty plain to me that the unwinnable characters were promoted more heavily then qualified candidates in this election....Everyone except Hillary Clinton has had a low probability since before the election began. Most people don't like her, don't want her, and yet in a country of 300 million people, there is likely no one who can defeat her. Nothing against Trump, which I wish to remain neutral on, but she's just out of his league. He's a true underdog.

So I ask, what got us here? Is the election rigged?

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that was just a quick search, though the guy registering dead people was on the news and only got caught because someone at the office recognized one of the names because when alive they were very well known.
TBR
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10/7/2016 5:55:19 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/7/2016 5:35:48 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
Please I beg of you, keep things specific and don't rant about all the political propaganda rushing about.

I predicted, early in this election that if Hillary Clinton could defeat Bernie Sanders, which was likely, that there was nothing stopping her from the presidency.

My logic was that Bernie Sanders, although a hell of a good guy, is ultimately a borderline socialist and had little chance of winning a mainstream vote in this country for the presidency. Everyone, even Bernie Supporters, had to realize that this country isn't in a position for him that at this time. He's just too polarizing.

The republican convention in the mean time, somehow had its two weakest, most polarizing candidates in the lead, and I just assumed at the time that they wouldn't be able to stand up to Hillary Clinton, potentially a political genius who has obviously positioned herself perfectly for the presidency, aside from her reputation. She has had the high ground since the election started.

I'm not a big conspiracy junkie but it seems pretty plain to me that the unwinnable characters were promoted more heavily then qualified candidates in this election....Everyone except Hillary Clinton has had a low probability since before the election began. Most people don't like her, don't want her, and yet in a country of 300 million people, there is likely no one who can defeat her. Nothing against Trump, which I wish to remain neutral on, but she's just out of his league. He's a true underdog.

So I ask, what got us here? Is the election rigged?

The anger of a good chunk of the GOP base. Talk radio induced madness. That is what got the GOP Trump.