Discussion in 'The War Room' started by EvilWasLittle, Dec 27, 2016.
Remember when libs thought they had the future locked up and have frozen Republicans out of winning elections? Well after years of arrogance and slander it looks lile the dems have actuality frozen themselves out. LMAO.
What a time to be alive.
People are really tired of Obama pushing the race baiting, sucking up to Islam and pushing transgenders in girls restrooms.
Exactly. Hillary pandering to BLM, mentally unstable transgender, feminists, and radical Islam is why Trump won. Progressives are either idiots or evil scum hell bent on the death of the country.
I think Obama really is intelligent. So that leaves that he is evil. People think I'm joking when I say that but I'm not.
I'd give the credit to the republicans with their gerrymandering and interstate crosscheck program.
People don't think you're joking when you say that, they think you're stupid when you say that. Big difference.
I think that after 2 terms (rarely 3) people are just ready for change. 2 terms of Reagan followed by Bush and people were ready for change. Obama couldn't have won a 3rd IMO. The country has shifted. Assuming Trump wins 2 terms, people will be ready for a change.
even some libs at libtoday ae bashing obama:
I think you need to have a little evil in you to run this country.
lord obama, he of the thousand empty stools
They forced Dems to Rep.
I don't know Obama deserves blame here, and that sounds like quite a large number of seats to lose. I'd think there's more to it.
Ok you know the name of a state. Why you blurted it out I have no idea.
I'd like to think that the reason Democrats have been losing is because people are tired of the minority victimhood and push to normalize sexual deviance, but is there evidence that these are the reasons?
You do realize a president can only be elected twice, right?
So what are you talking about rarely 3 terms?
I meant a president serving 2 terms then thier vice becoming president, ie, Reagan then Bush. That's rare.
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