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  1. 11 Dec '16 14:00 / 3 edits
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    “He became the first person, Republican or Democrat, who refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. Now, that is a direct threat to our democracy,”

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally accept that Hillary lied........again?

    Is Hillary trying to subvert democracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?
  2. Standard member checkbaiter
    By God's Grace
    11 Dec '16 14:06
    Originally posted by whodey
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    “He became the first person, Republican or Democrat, who refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. Now, that is a direct threat to our democracy,”

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally a ...[text shortened]... emocracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?
    She is a lying hypocrite in denial like the rest of the sore loser libs.
  3. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    11 Dec '16 14:10
    Originally posted by whodey
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    “He became the first person, Republican or Democrat, who refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. Now, that is a direct threat to our democracy,”

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally a ...[text shortened]... emocracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?
    How exactly is she not respecting the election results? She conceded and has not even joined in legitimate efforts to have recounts (which respect the election RESULTS anyway since they are part and partial of the election process according to the laws).

    You calling anyone else a "liar" is always amusing.
  4. 11 Dec '16 14:11
    Originally posted by whodey
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    “He became the first person, Republican or Democrat, who refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. Now, that is a direct threat to our democracy,”

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally a ...[text shortened]... emocracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    It is not true that "all the media" showed Clinton would walk away with "an easy win." HuffPo is not "all the media."

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally accept that Hillary lied........again?

    Is Hillary trying to subvert democracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?


    Clinton has accepted the result of the election and conceded defeat. The Clinton campaign has pledged to cooperate with Stein's recount efforts. This does not mean they dispute the result of the election.
  5. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    11 Dec '16 14:15
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    [b]Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    It is not true that "all the media" showed Clinton would walk away with "an easy win." HuffPo is not "all the media."

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally accept that Hillary lied........again?
    ...[text shortened]... perate with Stein's recount efforts. This does not mean they dispute the result of the election.
    It's a stretch to say that "The Clinton campaign has pledged to cooperate with Stein's recount efforts". They haven't fought them in court like the Republicans and Trump's campaign has, but they have not actually supported them in any way.
  6. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    11 Dec '16 14:28
    Originally posted by whodey
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    “He became the first person, Republican or Democrat, who refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. Now, that is a direct threat to our democracy,”

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally a ...[text shortened]... emocracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?
    The difference between the two is that the Democrat understands that she lost because of massive voter suppression, while before the election, the Republican knew there would be massive voter suppression (he bragged about a rigged election) and therefore knew that he couldn't lose and refused to answer the question, because to him, it was a complete non sequitur.

    Subvert democracy? Whom are you trying to kid? The "democracy subversion" here is all on the Republican side, because they had to suppress millions of voters to win, because otherwise, yes, there would have been a landslide. The problem here is that if they get away with it when it is this egregious, then I'm afraid no one will be the wiser when they don't have to suppress nearly as many voters to win.
  7. 11 Dec '16 21:34
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    How exactly is she not respecting the election results? She conceded and has not even joined in legitimate efforts to have recounts (which respect the election RESULTS anyway since they are part and partial of the election process according to the laws).

    You calling anyone else a "liar" is always amusing.
    Wait, wut?

    Hillary has accepted the election results and has joined in on the recount?

    Fascinating.

    You people are insane.
  8. 11 Dec '16 21:35 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    The difference between the two is that the Democrat understands that she lost because of massive voter suppression, while before the election, the Republican knew there would be massive voter suppression (he bragged about a rigged election) and therefore knew that he couldn't lose and refused to answer the question, because to him, it was a complete non seq ...[text shortened]... m afraid no one will be the wiser when they don't have to suppress nearly as many voters to win.
    Well Trump told you it was rigged, but no, you just refused to believe him thinking he lies about everything.

    I said nothing about subverting Democracy Suzy, that was Hillary.

    And no, I have no idea who she was trying to kid, maybe it was me.

    As for myself, I think the entire system has been rigged and will always be rigged so long as there is so much money and power on the line.
  9. 12 Dec '16 00:17 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by whodey
    Hillary Clinton said this about Trump before the election when all the media showed Hillary would walk away with an easy win:

    “He became the first person, Republican or Democrat, who refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. Now, that is a direct threat to our democracy,”

    Who here still feels this way or will everyone finally a ...[text shortened]... emocracy as she previously alleged, or is this somehow different since she is at the losing end?
    asking for a recount in some states is not the same thing as challenging an election. you know this but are spreading lies on purpose. that makes you a liar.


    recounts happen all the time. this time it is obvious nothing will change the result (short of the trump doing something impeachable) and clinton isn't claiming otherwise.
  10. 12 Dec '16 01:37
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    asking for a recount in some states is not the same thing as challenging an election. you know this but are spreading lies on purpose. that makes you a liar.


    recounts happen all the time. this time it is obvious nothing will change the result (short of the trump doing something impeachable) and clinton isn't claiming otherwise.
    So asking for a recount is not challenging election results?

    What then is challenging election results?
  11. 12 Dec '16 08:27
    Originally posted by whodey
    So asking for a recount is not challenging election results?

    What then is challenging election results?
    Why are republicans so scared by the recount?
  12. Standard member checkbaiter
    By God's Grace
    12 Dec '16 14:26
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    Why are republicans so scared by the recount?
    Where did you get the impression they were "scared"? They know this is a ruse to make Trump look illegitimate and is the only reason they are opposed.
    For the next 4 years they will attempt to portray the image that he is an illegitimate president like they did with Bush.
  13. 12 Dec '16 14:32
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    asking for a recount in some states is not the same thing as challenging an election. you know this but are spreading lies on purpose. that makes you a liar.


    recounts happen all the time. this time it is obvious nothing will change the result (short of the trump doing something impeachable) and clinton isn't claiming otherwise.
    If recounting votes is not challenging election results then why do it?