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2 minutes ago, Chubette said:

In my wildest dreams I would never have imagined that Donald Trump would be the President of the United States.  Truly unbelievable and in my opinion pretty scary!?

The world is very right-wing at the moment, as a poor person, it is very scary!

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aintnouse

I am surprised, shocked and a little disappointed I guess.  I am not really scared because I don't really think the actions of the Prez affect my daily life.....at least they haven't yet.  It may change now but that remains to be seen.   I guess I shouldnt be surprised because both parties put up pretty terrible candidates.  Hilary is probably more qualified but the more stuff that came out about her, the more I dis-liked her.  I would prefer a woman leader because I think women are nicer and less impulsive but that being said, she was not the right woman.   I ended up not voting at all.....I just couldn't bring myself to do it. 

@ElectroNymph  Unfortunately in our country the politicians treat the less fortunate the same.   They are used but not taken care of....they are pandered too but not much is done to help them out of their plight. We have had social programs in place for over 50 years but the population of poor people stays relatively the same.    I think most politicians would prefer if more of us were less fortunate as it would allow them more control over us. 

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ElectroNymph
2 hours ago, aintnouse said:

I am surprised, shocked and a little disappointed I guess.  I am not really scared because I don't really think the actions of the Prez affect my daily life.....at least they haven't yet.  It may change now but that remains to be seen.   I guess I shouldnt be surprised because both parties put up pretty terrible candidates.  Hilary is probably more qualified but the more stuff that came out about her, the more I dis-liked her.  I would prefer a woman leader because I think women are nicer and less impulsive but that being said, she was not the right woman.   I ended up not voting at all.....I just couldn't bring myself to do it. 

@ElectroNymph  Unfortunately in our country the politicians treat the less fortunate the same.   They are used but not taken care of....they are pandered too but not much is done to help them out of their plight. We have had social programs in place for over 50 years but the population of poor people stays relatively the same.    I think most politicians would prefer if more of us were less fortunate as it would allow them more control over us. 

I sometimes think that they are trying to kill us off! I'm a clever person who just happens to have Borderline Personality Disorder. I've received virtually no help with this. Am seriously considering moving to France next year - €182 per degree year - incredible! I want to finish my degree, and my Mum has a place over there. It also seems that they treat their people better generally. 

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aintnouse

@ElectroNymph  That sounds great!!!  Europeans (on the continent) generally seem more sophisticated and civilized than either the Brits or Americans.  Sometimes I wonder if the French are a little too nice though and that leads to a lot of the current problems they have with immigration.  I am for immigration but it seems as if the French let it run amok and are getting into a lot of trouble for it.   My brother lives in Europe and whenever I visit, I always marvel at how calm and serene most people seem.   We Americans have a lot to learn :)   I am jealous and I hope it works out for you!

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ElectroNymph

@aintnouse

Less repressed, philosophical, great quality food, I'd love to be bilingual too! Already speak some French, and my Mum translates it for a living. 

Even the right-winger's aren't as bad as ours! The whole government agreed to give all left over food to the poor - every supermarket!

Thanks very much. :) I am trying to get any job, so that I can try to save for next year. 

And have run out of likes, sorry. ?

 

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ElectroNymph

Sorry, a 90's song that is ironic, but even more so after Trump. (No offence to many of the lovely American's on the forum)

 

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newdaze

they are both utter garbage . sanders should've been prez but clinton rigged her debates with him. so you got killary on one side with the clintons known track record of disappearing people who dont play ball with them or you got the narcissistic sociopathic trump. they should both be lined up on a wall along with most of congress. 

random factoid- monsantos cafeteria is non GMO and they were bought out for 60 billion by bayer of all monstrosities. this world is getting poisoned it makes me sick . and then i poison myself with awesome medicine. so hypocrite? yes! i suppose so! 

 

**** on a plus side , with candidates like this, how much more obvious can it be that this system of government is deeply flawed and we have little say in who is the president. these were the winners? really? its a complete joke and lets WAKE UP

-start drinking water without flouride, it contains key elements similar to antidepressants like prozac and keep you sedated , and is a waste product of oil production. 

- Learn more skills in farming and survival, and self sufficiency, or a skill that you can trade and teach in exchange for what you need. 

be it carpentry, botany, martial arts, rifle knowledge, mason, welding, etc. 

- start to grow some of your own food, or support more sales of organic and non gmo food sales. while it can be more expensive, on average its like 1.80 compared to 1 so just shop smart and get necessities, not frozen meals etc. that money you spend on organic foods is like a vote that actually matters. it takes away money from companies who have no interest in the consumers but sales and bottom line and it gives more incentive to farmers to get involved organically when they see that it is sold and can make them money as well. 

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my rant wasn't over
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Toboso

One thing that concerns me is that Trump said that if Mexico refuses to pay for his wall that he would tax or seize remittances sent to Mexico. This would make doing business with some vendors very difficult.

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2earls

I can tell you that our friends down south are worried just like we are. I did see a funny meme  with Shorty the cartel boss sayin that Trump builds walls and he digs tunnels. Whatever is ahead, I hope our amigos will find a solution. It seems if the profit is there, a way will be found to keep it going . 

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ElectroNymph

Several political 'experts' from various countries were debating the outcome the other day, some said he would walk away eventually as he only wanted to win and would get bored. Others suggested that he might be impeached anyway.

Strange world we are living in currently.

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PTFC
4 hours ago, ElectroNymph said:

Several political 'experts' from various countries were debating the outcome the other day, some said he would walk away eventually as he only wanted to win and would get bored. Others suggested that he might be impeached anyway.

Strange world we are living in currently.

Interesting times indeed.......

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ElectroNymph
4 hours ago, PTFC said:

Interesting times indeed.......

I just hope Le Pen doesn't get the French vote - yikes! ?

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Leonidas556

Trump all the way! God bless America! 

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KarenWalker
On 11/11/2016 at 2:02 PM, aintnouse said:

I am surprised, shocked and a little disappointed I guess.  I am not really scared because I don't really think the actions of the Prez affect my daily life.....at least they haven't yet.  It may change now but that remains to be seen.   I guess I shouldnt be surprised because both parties put up pretty terrible candidates.  Hilary is probably more qualified but the more stuff that came out about her, the more I dis-liked her.  I would prefer a woman leader because I think women are nicer and less impulsive but that being said, she was not the right woman.   I ended up not voting at all.....I just couldn't bring myself to do it. 

@ElectroNymph  Unfortunately in our country the politicians treat the less fortunate the same.   They are used but not taken care of....they are pandered too but not much is done to help them out of their plight. We have had social programs in place for over 50 years but the population of poor people stays relatively the same.    I think most politicians would prefer if more of us were less fortunate as it would allow them more control over us. 

Agree and same here. For the first time in over 20 years, I didn't vote. I wrote a post in the summer of 2015 that if it ended up being Trump vs. Hillary, I wouldn't vote. 

The fact that the Hillary camp used the Pied Piper strategy by telling the press to take Ben Carson, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump seriously is a tragicomic failure. If I were Robby Mook, I wouldn't show my face ever again. Hillary thought it was a sure win if any of those three were the GOP candidates and I think that was what really devastated her. She chose her opponent and he won. 

I suspect Hillary's behind Jill's bizarre obsession for a recount. It's Hillary's donors that are financing the recount after all. There's a page in Hillary's website that asks people to volunteer for the recount in Wisconsin. I'm not into Trump but Hillary seriously needs to go away. It's been 25 years of Hillary non-stop. Most politicians go away for a while and you forget how awful they are. She doesn't give us a chance to forget all the terrible things she's done.

Now she's into selfies in the woods, at the grocery store, at the bookstore. Pack your bags and go to Argentina or something for a year, PLEASE! Go away already for Pete's sake. 

Tulsi Gabbard 2020

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Marigold

Brexit AND Trump, what could be worse. I'm not looking forward to the years ahead I just don't think people realise the implications of their decisions. When politics is decided on fake news and emotions it can only mean disaster. I have already felt one of the 'implications' in £ to $ exchange rate which has made my transactions much more expensive. Now hoping my daughter's firm doesn't relocate to Germany yet another Brexit fall out. Good luck with Trump lol think you will need it.

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