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Those Damned Democrats

Hey watch it! I'm one of those damned Democrats!

I am a registered Democrat, so watch who you call damned Democrats or Damned Liberals.

I will vote for the Democratic nominee for US President and that will be Mrs. Clinton. Sorry to offend all you Conservatives.

They all have it in for Obama and blame everything that's wrong in the world with Obama. They do not think global warming is a fact. They think all Liberals are crazy. Well I actually am a Crazy Damned Liberal. And I will not vote for DJT. I am no longer on Team Trump. I am no longer riding that train.

Many people are actually afraid to admit to who they will be voting for because they have friends who would be angry with them for not being on the same side or the same team. In other words those of whom you know who are on Team Trump may not like you when you tell them as a matter of fact, I agree with Obama in that Donald Trump is unfit to be President. I am in agreement with that and I will tell you exactly the way I feel. I am a Democrat and this time I have had enough of Trump's dialog to last me a life time. I watched that unbelievable interview between George and Donald on This Week on Sunday, July 31, 2016. This is what made me get off of the Team Trump Train to Totalitarianism to the fair minded Democratic Train to a better future for America. That train is what I now call, The Clinton Cares Community Choo Choo.

Call me Damned Democrat, but don't call me on the telephone if you feel this way. I am an American, Free to be me and free to vote for who ever I damned well feel like voting for.

For a glimpse into that moment between George and Trump just go to the link below:

The latest news on what Obama had to say about Trump:

Even my friends who are Republicans as well as Independents, I still consider my friends but if they want to unfriend me for being on the Clinton Cares Community Choo Choo Train, then all I can say is "I am being VERY REAL." I am true to my own self. I will not be forced to agree with others just because they argue better about their decision to favor Trump over Clinton than I can.

I am not on this planet to win an argument. I am on this planet to be true to my own feelings. I am voting for Hillary. If Trump had not kept showing his negative energy against so many other people using his own form of bigotry and opinions about things, I might have had a different opinion of him. But my eyes are wide open. Everyone I know is voting for Trump. So be it!

I am not voting for Trump. He leaves way too many doubts as far as I am concerned. I have watched the conventions from both sides and I also have had time to let it all sink in. So I have made an informed decision. I think others will be voting emotionally not cognitively.

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MegL wrote on August 2, 2016, 2:37 PM

You certainly have put a lot of thought into your vote.

lookatdesktop wrote on August 2, 2016, 10:17 PM

And to what end? I have reached the point of oh well.

Squidwhisperer wrote on August 2, 2016, 11:09 PM

As a Canadian, I haven't had to deal with a conversation where someone actually said they were voting for Trump. Why would anyone honestly want a barker/clown for President - unless out of deeply cynical pleasure at the ensuing chaos. Besides being a bigot, a braggart, a liar, and a narcissist, he seems so ignorant of the job he's applying for - and that the GOP has bizarrely supported him - that it feels like we're watching the Truman Show, except without access to behind-the-scenes. How could ANY self-respecting American imagine him representing the country?

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MegL wrote on August 3, 2016, 2:37 AM

There are several sites where Americans are actively promoting Trump, alongside people who are actively promoting Hillary. For instance, the questions tool on Hubpages is being used in this way. Both sides seem to take great pleasure in dragging up the the worst points they can possibly find about relatives to either side (at the minute) or anything else. It's a real smear campaign on both sides. I am in the UK. I find their campaign is like the recent one we had here on the EU referendum, which proved highly divisive. Some families were broken up by it. The wounds will take a long time to heal and if the result in the USA is close, then half the population there will feel bitter and alienated, whichever one wins., just as has happened here.

Squidwhisperer wrote on August 3, 2016, 7:13 AM

I'm not a fan of Hillary either, but there has NEVER been a spectacle such as Trump on the American election landscape - at least not anyone who got to speak in a national forum - and I've been watching American elections for over 40 years. And, although I think he's a narcissist/borderline-psychopath, he is not an idiot, and he seems to be having a huge amount of fun. At the same time, his manner of interaction seems to be that of a vindictive baiting internet troll - except that he's not anonymous.

As for Britain, it was sad to watch. But from where I'm sitting - in spite of the "smear" campaigns - there seemed to be good people and good arguments on both sides of the divide, which - certainly - will make the healing harder. Of course there were darker expressions too - xenophobia vs ageism, etc - and Boris doing his own great clown role, but there also seemed to be legitimate frustration with the bureaucrats of Brussels. There will no doubt be uncertainly and turmoil, but not necessarily prompted by the WORST impulses of the society.

Whereas if America does in fact elect Trump, it will be a grand win for the forces of Ignorance, Intolerance, Greed and Abuse. America will get its very own Four Horsemen!

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lookatdesktop wrote on August 4, 2016, 2:49 PM

I think you are right and I have quite a lot of apprehension growing in me.