Electors should demand to see Trump's Tax Returns.

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  1. Dont Taz Me Bro
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    What ruthless voter suppression? That accusation is as absurd and baseless as the Trump Tards claiming Hillary only won the popular vote because of illegals voting.
     
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    His Russia ties and love affair with Putin is despicable even for an average American.

    The ’80s called, they want their foreign policy back .
     
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    All you have to do is LOOK: Screen Shot 2016-12-18 at 1.01.02 AM.png


    The above links + Russians hacking of the DNC and publicizing Hillary's e-mails + FBI director's precisely timed bombshell about more emails being found after clearing Hillary = corruption!
     
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    Hell, no one with any sense would even want their real name posted on USMB, let alone their income tax return. But again, I am not running for president! If I were to do so, I would release at least ten years of income tax data. I don't care if you take me seriously, I don't take YOU seriously either.
     
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    I did not vote for Trump. I did not want Trump.

    But Trump won the election fair and square.

    The winner of the Presidency is the one who wins the most electoral college votes, not the one who wins the most votes. Everybody knows that going in. If people don't like it, change the system. But that's our system.

    A democracy means accepting results you don't like.

    It would be an affront to our democracy and our republic if the electoral college upended the results of the election.

    And they will not.
     
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    I guess post #53 just went right over your head. You don't care about the corruption and cheating that put Trump into office. You would forfeit your values and honor to see this cretin known as Trump installed as your symbolic hero? I think I know why you support trump. He has been the one to assuage your fears concerning what you see as the encroaching Muslim hordes and border jumping Mexicans. Fair enough, those are my concerns too. And those concerns have not seemed to register with Democrat leaders.

    Trump hasn't convinced me he is up to the tasks he promised to initiate. If he stops the flow of illegal immigrants into this country more power to him. But I doubt if he can do it.

    The Muslim question is almost as problematic. Trump believes we are being inundated with Muslim operatives posing as refugees who aren't being properly vetted. The Democrats deny that but have not been able to convince us that Trump is wrong. That big demerit hurt the Democratic Party in battle ground states during the general election.

    Still,what social price must we pay for the warm and fuzzy feelings gained by electing Trump. We may feel safer based on what he told us he would do but will he protect those social benefits we all have worked so hard for? Will he cause corporate expatriates to bring jobs back by dismantling the EPA ? The Flint river debacle ought to make you think twice about that... Industrial pollution spawned the EPA to save the environment. And with the unemployment rate down to 4.6% why risk the health of millions of Americans in a smog filled deregulated landscape where millions will have no healthcare (The PPACA will be repealed)? And, even YOU may be dropped from your health plan if you get cancer.

    Due to lack of space this is a mere encapsulation of all that troubles me about Trump's victory. But I don't have to accept it anymore than the RWers accepted Obamas presidency. The difference is I want Trump to succeed on stemming the tide of illegal immigrants and tightening the restrictions on who comes into this country. But I want him to fail if he intends to repeal Obamacare, destroy the EPA or privatize Social Security and Medicare.

    Overall...the specter of a rigged election has taken hold of the Trump election victory. That is the most troubling thing of all, for it taints the future with uncertainty and a sense that individual votes don't matter...that suppression and trickery can thwart the Will of The People.... that democracy is but an illusion, a fleeting dream dependent on the whims of criminals who can manipulate the outcomes of ALL elections. I hope that all who vote in the EC will bear that in mind tomorrow.
     

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