"Tyranny does not begin with violence;
it begins with the first gesture of collaboration."
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Our nation is represented by the rubes and rednecks and backwater mouth-breathers.
The Ammon Bundy's of this country get more say in who's in charge than any of you do.
Most. Hated. Candidate. Ever.
I need my safe space!
The Director of Member Services informed me that my continued donation was no longer necessary, and he was canceling my membership immediately. The HRC didn't want my money.
During the primaries, I drove across the Midwest door knocking for Sanders in IN, MI, KY and IL. Most people were receptive and friendly. Except for the Clinton campaign. Those guys couldn't contain their outrage when we crossed paths on the campaign trail.
After the primary, everyone from Sarah Silverman to Dan Savage seemed to form a little Conga line to heap abuse on Sanders supporters. Every one of you seemed yo think the best way of winning our support was to scold us into submission. You didn't ASK for my vote. You DEMANDED my vote. You suggested that if I disagreed with you, it wasn't because I had a few valid points here and there and on the whole we were fighting on the same team, so whaddaya say we kiss and make nice- no, it was more like, "You IDIOT! How DARE you disagree!"
Then the election happened. I voted Green. After that, the abuse continued, "You're not obeying OUR orders!"
Now, even the Electoral College is getting sick of this crap. Up until now, most elections have featured maybe 1 or 2 faithless electors. This time you had to threaten people to get them to vote Clinton.
Dan Savage, Sarah Silverman, et al- you are the epitome of impotent rage. The more you shout and scream and demean your own team mates, the more isolated and alone you find yourselves. Oddly, this increasing solitude doesn't seem to bring you any pause. I don't see anyone on the Clinton side suggesting that maybe they could try being nice to the people they need to vote for them. Instead I hear Dan on Blabbermouth talking about how stupid rural people are.
You know what? You deserve to lose. Don't come back in 2020. Let the adults handle this next time. And by adults, I mean Bernie and Nina Turner and everyone else who has matured to the point where they greet even Trump supporters and try to convince them tactfully that we're actually on the same side after all, and voting for our side is a better way to help everyone.
Considering I'll get a $8000 to $10,000 tax cut from Trump, I'll probably lose all the way to my Hawaiian vacation next year.
You can thank yourself. Nobody did this to you. Your campaign died from self-inflicted wounds.