View Poll Results: If your candidate loses this election - what will you do?

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  • I won't like it, but I'll continue like always

    56 73.68%
  • I will be so upset that I will most likely shut off politics completely

    1 1.32%
  • If my candidate loses, I expect SPEEDY results from the other guy

    7 9.21%
  • I will leave the country

    6 7.89%
  • I have no idea how I'll react - I haven't thought about it

    2 2.63%
  • What are you talking about?! My candidate will win - no questions! (Denial answer)

    9 11.84%
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Thread: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

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    Re: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Keridan View Post
    You greenies have your own personal land of denial! Face it, President Johnson is going to wipe the map with you, electorially speaking. You keep pretending you have a chance in CA and FL, but we all know better. All the important polls, like Joe's Blogland and Blogs Blogs Blogs have GJ up by tons of points with independents (you know, those guys that used to be dems and reps).

    Especially after the first debate. It's over for ya. Accept it and join the party of real hope and change
    I'm pretty sure we don't want a second President Johnson. You know what happened when we had a second President Bush.
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    The systems that ensure freedom and liberty are breaking down and fundamentalism is growing. Nobody is righteous anymore.


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    Re: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    I'm pretty sure we don't want a second President Johnson. You know what happened when we had a second President Bush.
    We already had a second president Johnson. The first one was impeached, the second one escalated.
    "We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress & the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution."
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    Re: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Diogenes View Post
    We already had a second president Johnson. The first one was impeached, the second one escalated.
    Oh yeah, I did learn about the first President Johnson in middle school.

    I now feel dumb.

    Let's just forget what I said. OK?

    OK.

    That's better.
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    The systems that ensure freedom and liberty are breaking down and fundamentalism is growing. Nobody is righteous anymore.


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    Re: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGirlNextDoor View Post
    With the election quickly approaching and tensions running high this election season, I have to ask:

    What will you do if your candidate for POTUS loses?

    Will you continue on with a negative attitude, or will you 'buck up' and roll with it? In elections past, we've all heard how some threatened to leave the country - and then after the fact, most didn't. And, how long after the elected POTUS takes office, will you expect to see results if 'the other guy' wins?



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    Cry and whine a lot. Then I'll get over it and move on.
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    *Adam Smith*

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    Re: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

    Quote Originally Posted by mak2 View Post
    Huh? who is TGND?
    I am.

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    Fool me once, shame on you.
    Fool me twice....shame on me.

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    Re: Your candidate LOSES - what do you do?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGirlNextDoor View Post
    With the election quickly approaching and tensions running high this election season, I have to ask:

    What will you do if your candidate for POTUS loses?

    Will you continue on with a negative attitude, or will you 'buck up' and roll with it? In elections past, we've all heard how some threatened to leave the country - and then after the fact, most didn't. And, how long after the elected POTUS takes office, will you expect to see results if 'the other guy' wins?



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    I'm hoping that some of the Black posters here will come forward if they are of the same mind as those mentioned in the Alex Jones article citing Black Tweeters saying they will riot and/or try to off Pres. Romney.

    I know some of our younger posters are very impulsive and they might harbor such ideas. I want to assure them that there is nothing glorious about that kind of action. Nothing satisfying, unless you want to be butt poked in prison and fear for your own safety 24/7/365 x 30 year while existing on prison food.

    I know none of this first-hand, but I watch a lot of TV and we know that TV doesn't lie.


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