What would you do if Donald Trump gets elected?

Posted by: tajshar2k

28 Total Votes

Use your 2nd Amendment rights to overthrow the government

7 votes

Move to another country

7 votes

Support him as President

6 votes
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You don't care

4 votes

Kill yourself

3 votes

Succumb to his stupidity, and be hopeless forever!

1 vote
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Diqiucun_Cunmin says2015-07-24T12:28:04.4875748-05:00
Congratulate you for the entertaining president?
TBR says2015-07-24T12:35:48.0662934-05:00
This question is like "if god exists". I can never say it is COMPLETELY impossible, but the chances so low... What would I do? In this crazy iteration of the universe? Well, when Bush was elected the first time, I though it was going to be a sidesplitting four years. My wife bought me this book (good reading) http://www.amazon.com/My-First-Presidentiary-Scrapbook-George/dp/0609808184 the presidentiary didn't turn out to be as comical as I had hoped. I can't go through another one. I would move to Montreal or Reykjavik Iceland
triangle.128k says2015-07-24T14:25:27.5034290-05:00
Add the answer "Move to some other country."
TBR says2015-07-24T16:06:03.9348648-05:00
I think I should have moved at the beginning of the Bush term. I knew some friends who moved to New Zealand for the entirety of the Bush administration. My family would be very happy Montreal.
tajshar2k says2015-07-24T16:43:39.7103772-05:00
I think some of you people have a misconception Canada is some haven compared to the U.S. Its exactly the same, I mean literally. Unless you go to Englewood, and flash out a gun, you ain't gonna get shot. Even regarding politeness, Its pretty much the same. Canadians say sorry a lot more, but Americans generally smile back at you.
tajshar2k says2015-07-24T16:46:20.1251772-05:00
If you really want a socialist liberal change in your live, move to Finland or Norway. Canada trys to be America and Finland at the same time, but sucks at being both.
TBR says2015-07-24T16:56:55.0295772-05:00
Well, my choices are Montreal or Reykjavik Iceland. My brother is a prof at McGill university in Montreal, so it is a easy move - with some family right there. Reykjavik would be a tougher, but most likely more pleasant place.
TBR says2015-07-24T16:57:25.5139945-05:00
Tougher move, not place.
tajshar2k says2015-07-24T16:58:34.3859772-05:00
Well can't complain about those choices. I still rather live in the U.S.
UtherPenguin says2015-07-24T17:15:21.2157465-05:00
I'd move to Canada.
Stefy says2015-07-24T20:47:52.4952540-05:00
Not even close to a trump fan, but im pretty sure it isnt your second amendment right to shoot the president.

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