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absent 11-09-2016 18:09

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pco91kroVgQ

Ztir 11-09-2016 18:10

Lots of criminals, illegal aliens, children, etc

Gouge 11-09-2016 18:11

These Drudge Report headlines are Beautiful.

TRUMP WINS IN HISTORIC UPRISING...
MAP: ELECTORAL COUNT...
Donald's joy is Obama's pain...
Marijuana legalization spreads...
No condoms needed! Voters back bare porn stars...
Californians plan secession...
Hollywood Freak Out: 'Xanax,' 'About to Throw Up'...
LIST: Celebs who said they'd leave country...
Celebrity 'Moving Sale' Posters Flood LA...
Silicon Sultans **** Themselves...
Snowflakes riot on college campuses...
High Schoolers Stage Walkouts...
Liberals Compare to 9/11...
Justice Ginsburg 'Dissents'...
WOLFF: SMUG MEDIA TURNED ITSELF INTO OPPOSITION...
Election Night TV Ratings Down From 2012...
Maddow meltdown...
Win exposes social media's blind spot...
Pollsters suffer biggest embarrassment in history...
Artificial Intelligence Predicts Fourth Election in Row...
At under $5 each, Trump's votes came cheap...
Media Lash Out at Voters: 'WHITE SUPREMACY,' 'HATE Trumps History,' 'Nation GONE WRONG'...

slogg 11-09-2016 18:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18670851)
just out of curiosity - since i don't understand american politics

about 59 mil votes for each candidate - that's ~ 120mil votes

don't u guys have like 320 million people? at about 1/3 of the population, that seems like an unusually low voter turnout

you're counting people under 18.

218 million are eligible voters, only 146 mill are actually registered

Phyzx 11-09-2016 18:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18670851)
just out of curiosity - since i don't understand american politics

about 59 mil votes for each candidate - that's ~ 120mil votes

don't u guys have like 320 million people? at about 1/3 of the population, that seems like an unusually low voter turnout

Google says there are 146,311,000 registered voters in the U.S.

Fool 11-09-2016 18:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18670851)
just out of curiosity - since i don't understand american politics

about 59 mil votes for each candidate - that's ~ 120mil votes

don't u guys have like 320 million people? at about 1/3 of the population, that seems like an unusually low voter turnout

320 but that includes children too. There are about 250 million eligible voters, and turnout this year was 55.6%, which is fairly low but we're complacent about such things.

Groove 11-09-2016 18:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ztir (Post 18670855)
Lots of criminals, illegal aliens, children, etc

ok but ... 200 million?

60 mil votes is less than 20% of the population voting for either candidate

idk that seems really low to me

Fool 11-09-2016 18:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18670867)
ok but ... 200 million?

60 mil votes is less than 20% of the population voting for either candidate

idk that seems really low to me

The way the electoral college works, for many people it's pointless to vote other than civic duty. For example, in California Republicans tend to just stay home. The state overwhelmingly votes Democrat, to such a degree that CNN called the state last night with 0% returns on the exact minute the polls closed.

slogg 11-09-2016 18:23

illinois the same way

staunch republicans dont even show up in chicago because the local elections dont matter either

ScooBySnaCk 11-09-2016 18:25

The protesting is funny. Imagine if people had protested opening about Obama. HATE CRIME

Fool 11-09-2016 18:26

Imagine if all of the people who showed up to protests actually showed up to vote. I mean, assuming they were eligible to vote in the first place.

Groove 11-09-2016 18:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fool (Post 18670869)
The way the electoral college works, for many people it's pointless to vote other than civic duty. For example, in California Republicans tend to just stay home. The state overwhelmingly votes Democrat, to such a degree that CNN called the state last night with 0% returns on the exact minute the polls closed.

dont take this the wrong way but that sounds ****ed up

even if u only have 240 mil when you exclude <18 that still seems like crazy low engagement in choosing your countries future

and the small margin of win / huge party divide makes it so that only about 1/4 of eligible voters actually cast a vote for your president

ScooBySnaCk 11-09-2016 18:29

Quote:

Liberal students across the nation watched in shock as Donald Trump clinched victory from Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president of the United States.

But some wiped their tears, and pulled themselves together enough to ask their professors to cancel their exams because they were so upset by the results.

And one Yale economics professor heard the cry, and decided to protect his snowflake charges by making the test optional.

Fool 11-09-2016 18:29

Nobody's stopping them from voting other than themselves. The reason we have the electoral college is so that two or three population areas don't dictate the election every time. If we went on a straight popular vote, 95% of America would be ignored for the needs of New York, DC, and Los Angeles.

absent 11-09-2016 18:32

LAD STATUS:
***9744; NOT WEW'D
***9745; WEW'D

Mooley 11-09-2016 18:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ztir (Post 18670708)
All I know is There had better not be a huge influx of democracy hating Americans fleeing the states to come here and bring their cuckery

http://i.imgur.com/NAXUEtT.png

TonyElTigre 11-09-2016 18:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18670874)
dont take this the wrong way but that sounds ****ed up

even if u only have 240 mil when you exclude <18 that still seems like crazy low engagement in choosing your countries future

and the small margin of win / huge party divide makes it so that only about 1/4 of eligible voters actually cast a vote for your president

It's because swing states influence the decision so much, most people in CA don't give a **** about voting. It's sad because people act like president is the only thing on the ballot.

Gouge 11-09-2016 18:40

Soak it in boys!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbN4RqeSfPw

JoMo 11-09-2016 18:43

It could never be her own fault.......

Flipp 11-09-2016 18:53

hump day is dead forever
now wednesday forever known as TRUMP DAY!!!


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