As of December 1st, there have been exactly FOUR documented cases of voter fraud in this year's election. FOUR. In the entire country. One Iowa woman tried to vote for Donald Trump twice. Some guy in Texas (falsely) claimed that he was working security for the Trump campaign by trying to prove that he could vote more than once. A woman tried to use an absentee ballot to cast a vote in the name of her dead husband and a Florida woman who was actually counting absentee ballots was adding votes for a mayoral candidate of her choice. (There is no evidence that she did anything to the Presidential vote, one way or the other.) Obviously, Bill H. and others have been getting fake news from crap websites like WND. I don't get it. Your guy is going to be President. He and his people worked the system to perfection. But there is absolutely no doubt that Hillary Clinton will end up with nearly three million more votes than Donald Trump. She will NOT have a majority, but rather a plurality of roughly 48% to 46%. Those are facts, not Breitbart B.S. Why is it so hard to be a gracious winner?
I am NOT in favor of a recount; none of those Midwest states was close enough to warrant one. I trust the election process. However, denigrating voters in big cities is rather petty. The votes of the farmer in Nebraska and the guy who works at a fast-food place in Downtown L.A. should count exactly the same. And Bill Heuisler, please tell me that you don't really think that Donald Trump got more popular votes than did Hillary Clinton. He will get more electoral votes and will become President. My candidate lost and I will deal with it. But please don't repeat that whopper of a lie that the Democrats somehow stole millions of votes. That's just embarrassing.
Jeez Guys, can y'all read or what? The phrase, "Not all Trump supporters are racists..." means that a certain percentage (anywhere from some to most) of the people who voted for Donald Trump were NOT motivated by racism. (That's pretty much why the word "Not" is the first word in the sentence.) By falsely whining that I suggested that everyone who voted for Trump is a racist is a lame attempt at diverting attention away from the fact that, whatever excuse you might have had for voting for the person who ran the most racist Presidential campaign since George Wallace is fine, but it puts you in the same club with THEM. And it puts you in the indefensible position of having to claim that racism had nothing to do either Trump campaign or the outcome of the election. Why is it so hard to say "I voted for the same guy that a bunch of racists did, but I did so for different reasons?" I would never in a million years think that Bill Heuisler voted for Trump out of racism, but he has to acknowledge that he and the white supremacists who are spouting "Heil Trump!" on TV both voted for the same guy.
I told myself that I would stay out of this, but I have to point out that it was Bill Murray in "Groundhog Day," not Tom Hanks.
I first used that phrase one day when I was coaching basketball. We were doing workouts (actually, THEY were doing workouts) in the gym on a nasty hot summer day with no AC on. They started complaining and I said, "Hey, we live in the desert! We should embrace the heat." I've been using it ever since. And I really, really do drive around with my windows down. I'm doing my part to repair the hole in the ozone layer. I miss talking to you on the radio.
This is Tom. You can ask people who know me; I almost always drive around with my windows down (unless it's raining). People ask me why and I respond, "I live in the desert; I embrace the heat." The guy had the flag sticking straight up right behind the cab of the truck so that it would unfurl and fly when he was moving. And yes, he had both of his windows down. I don't know why. It was an older truck. Maybe he didn't have air conditioning or maybe he, too, embraces the heat. You can call me a jerk but don't call me a liar.
Daily Caller News Foundation?! That's a scream!
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