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HaShev

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:
That explains why the left is still mad and your post being a stage of grief.....
You see, you are in denial that you got in Biden, all the very things you were falsely told Trump was and was gonna do to the country. So you are in grief for that which you were outraged by, because that image reflected is you, and your only ability through the frail human ego is deflection.
So when you accuse something in your opposition, it's actually something that disturbs you about yourself, but your affiliation pride will not allow you to admit.-psychology 101
 

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You still haven't gone past stage 2 from the 2000 or 2016 elections.

2000, Yes. 550 votes in one FL county. The SC installed Bush. That one will forever have an asterisk beside it. I won't apologize for feeling aggrieved over that one.
2016? All the hoopla came AFTER the inauguration. I don't remember Clinton screaming "FRAUD!!" for six straight months leading up to the election. I don't remember
endless court cases filed (by her) in the three states that were close. I don't remember Clinton calling for recount after recount (Jill Stein requested those), and I certainly
don't remember Clinton supporters and Democrats storming the Capitol on EC certification day demanding that the election be overturned. I remember that Clinton
conceded the next morning and went hiking. I remember Obama inviting Trump to the White House THREE days after the election. I remember Obama giving the
incoming clown a smooth transition.

If you'd like to make hay of what happened after Trump took office...well....95% of the blame for that..goes to Trump! :)

Ignorance and delusion on full display, right there.

Biden won. Trump lost. Deal with it....or up your daily dosage.
Either way..move on.

Clinton conceded and left quietly. Trump did not.
 

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You still haven't gone past stage 2 from the 2000 or 2016 elections.

2000, Yes. 550 votes in one FL county. The SC installed Bush. That one will forever have an asterisk beside it. I won't apologize for feeling aggrieved over that one.
2016? All the hoopla came AFTER the inauguration. I don't remember Clinton screaming "FRAUD!!" for six straight months leading up to the election. I don't remember
endless court cases filed (by her) in the three states that were close. I don't remember Clinton calling for recount after recount (Jill Stein requested those), and I certainly
don't remember Clinton supporters and Democrats storming the Capitol on EC certification day demanding that the election be overturned. I remember that Clinton
conceded the next morning and went hiking. I remember Obama inviting Trump to the White House THREE days after the election. I remember Obama giving the
incoming clown a smooth transition.

If you'd like to make hay of what happened after Trump took office...well....95% of the blame for that..goes to Trump! :)

The SC installed Bush.

No, but keep living the dream.

I don't remember Clinton screaming "FRAUD!!" for six straight months leading up to the election.

We aren't talking about Clinton, we're talking about her groupies.

They're the ones that still haven't accepted her loss.

Trump has his groupies. And those groupies are still screaming fraud. They have nothing to do with what happened after November 3rd (outside of January 6th).
It was TRUMP and his D-Team that conducted the legal challenges, recount requests, and media blitz.
Clinton..didn't do that. I don't care what any of her acolytes said or did. Just like I don't care what any of Trump's did.

Trump has his groupies.
No doubt.
So does Hillary.
So did Gore.( His are even convinced SCOTUS 'selected' Bush.)

And those groupies are still screaming fraud.

So are Hillary and Gores.

Seems the groupies of the losers of every election lately are screaming fraud.

You were no different when Gore and Hillary lost.

(Good thing you have problems with long term memory, so you can ignore when you were doing the same thing)
 

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:
And anyone who listens to a psychiatrist is a braindead libber sheeple.
 

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:
That explains why the left is still mad and your post being a stage of grief.....
You see, you are in denial that you got in Biden, all the very things you were falsely told Trump was and was gonna do to the country. So you are in grief for that which you were outraged by, because that image reflected is you, and your only ability through the frail human ego is deflection.
So when you accuse something in your opposition, it's actually something that disturbs you about yourself, but your affiliation pride will not allow you to admit.-psychology 101
It's even worse than that.

This is another stale regurgitation of the same crap they've been peddling since Bubba won back in '92....Poor saps don't have an original thought in their combined heads.
 

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I don't expect Republicans will ever get past Stage 3 (bargaining). The first three stages are where they seem to be stuck. Running over the election results time after time, hoping they can gather enough public opinion to sway enough people to believe their lie.
Case in point, Republicans in Maricopa County, AZ are conducting an "audit" of ballots cast there. It's already a highly suspect operation..especially when you see the list of people and entities backing it. :)


About 70% of the voting public have some - or more doubt.
Link?
 

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:
That explains why the left is still mad and your post being a stage of grief.....
You see, you are in denial that you got in Biden, all the very things you were falsely told Trump was and was gonna do to the country. So you are in grief for that which you were outraged by, because that image reflected is you, and your only ability through the frail human ego is deflection.
So when you accuse something in your opposition, it's actually something that disturbs you about yourself, but your affiliation pride will not allow you to admit.-psychology 101
It's even worse than that.

This is another stale regurgitation of the same crap they've been peddling since Bubba won back in '92....Poor saps don't have an original thought in their combined heads.
These are the same people who got caught & called out by their teachers for plagiarizing cliff notes in their school book reports, because they were to lazy to change a few phrases or use a thesaurus & not copy from the text, word for word.
*L*
 

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Y'all got no room to talk.



You still haven't gone past stage 2 from the 2000 or 2016 elections.

2000, Yes. 550 votes in one FL county. The SC installed Bush. That one will forever have an asterisk beside it. I won't apologize for feeling aggrieved over that one.
2016? All the hoopla came AFTER the inauguration. I don't remember Clinton screaming "FRAUD!!" for six straight months leading up to the election. I don't remember
endless court cases filed (by her) in the three states that were close. I don't remember Clinton calling for recount after recount (Jill Stein requested those), and I certainly
don't remember Clinton supporters and Democrats storming the Capitol on EC certification day demanding that the election be overturned. I remember that Clinton
conceded the next morning and went hiking. I remember Obama inviting Trump to the White House THREE days after the election. I remember Obama giving the
incoming clown a smooth transition.

If you'd like to make hay of what happened after Trump took office...well....95% of the blame for that..goes to Trump! :)

The SC installed Bush.

No, but keep living the dream.

I don't remember Clinton screaming "FRAUD!!" for six straight months leading up to the election.

We aren't talking about Clinton, we're talking about her groupies.

They're the ones that still haven't accepted her loss.

Trump has his groupies. And those groupies are still screaming fraud. They have nothing to do with what happened after November 3rd (outside of January 6th).
It was TRUMP and his D-Team that conducted the legal challenges, recount requests, and media blitz.
Clinton..didn't do that. I don't care what any of her acolytes said or did. Just like I don't care what any of Trump's did.

Trump has his groupies.
No doubt.
So does Hillary.
So did Gore.( His are even convinced SCOTUS 'selected' Bush.)

And those groupies are still screaming fraud.

So are Hillary and Gores.

Seems the groupies of the losers of every election lately are screaming fraud.

You were no different when Gore and Hillary lost.

(Good thing you have problems with long term memory, so you can ignore when you were doing the same thing)

Already stipulated to Gore. Clinton? No. I moved on.
You people seem to be more obsessed with her than her actual supporters were. :)
 

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Leftists just LOVE big government. The bigger the better they scream from the hill tops.......

But in their infinite wisdom they always miss the painfully obvious road markers......

With ALL it's billions in taxpayer provided unearned free money.........NASA has to rely on a PRIVATE company (or Russia) to even get off the ground.

Leftist stark stupidity........has consequences

The only reason that NASA no longer relies on the government is because of Bush Jr. He's the one that decided to defund NASA.
 

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Lib please cheating, rigging and stealing is what Dems do. It's not like that filth has stopped now they are trying to create new states to RIG elections.

Okay you filth Dems, Pelosi's justification for DC statehood is that those people are taxed without representation in congress. The same can be said for 75% of the counties in this country which happen to be red and vote Republican but are stuck in blue Dem states. Do we get 50 more senators and 300 house reps using Pelosi's rule?
 

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:

It seems *some* Republicans skipped right past all those stages and went straight to the "batshit crazy" stage.

How else can you explain storming the Capitol Building and all the attendant property destruction, injury and loss of life? This is just the kind of behavior the right has been accusing the left wingers of for years, that incident alone goes WAY beyond anything the left wing dingbats have done in recent memory.

How else can you explain the ongoing insistence by many Republicans that the 2020 election was fraudulent? This is just the kind of nonsense the Republicans have been accusing the Democrats of doing for years (whining about the results of elections with absolutely ZERO evidence to support such claims).

This just adds further evidence to the existing mountain that BOTH major political parties accomplish nothing other than to turn their supporters into fanatical idiots, they're worse than organized religions in that regard.
 

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:

It seems *some* Republicans skipped right past all those stages and went straight to the "batshit crazy" stage.

How else can you explain storming the Capitol Building and all the attendant property destruction, injury and loss of life? This is just the kind of behavior the right has been accusing the left wingers of for years, that incident alone goes WAY beyond anything the left wing dingbats have done in recent memory.

How else can you explain the ongoing insistence by many Republicans that the 2020 election was fraudulent? This is just the kind of nonsense the Republicans have been accusing the Democrats of doing for years (whining about the results of elections with absolutely ZERO evidence to support such claims).

This just adds further evidence to the existing mountain that BOTH major political parties accomplish nothing other than to turn their supporters into fanatical idiots, they're worse than organized religions in that regard.
Batshit crazy is comparing people protesting a stolen election with flags to the murderous ilk burning, stealing and killing at many Dim cities for several days last summer. This mental illness is rampant in all you CO2 sucking facediaper morons.
 

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Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests that when faced with a loss, many go through five distinct stages of grief
  • denial.
  • anger.
  • bargaining.
  • depression.
  • acceptance.
It's clear that Republicans are in the first 2 stages. Many still deny Trump and the GOP lost the 2020 election, this despite Trump's own hand picked judges finding no credible evidence of voter fraud. Anger...lot's of that!! I read angry threats of a civil war, name calling, foul language, and the like. Republicans would do well to skip stages 3 and 4 and simply accept the fact that Joe Biden and the Democrats won fairly.

It's possible the GOP could win again, but instead of simply bashing the Liberals, first they need to look hard at what they're trying to sell America's voters, because right now most of them are not buying it. Republicans are losing the votes of women, minorities, and young people, and are fast becoming a party of angry, old white men. Republicans have won the popular vote only twice in the last 32 years; their recent victories held together by district gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics. Soon, even that won't be enough to keep them in power. Demographic's and voter preferences are changing, if the GOP doesn't moderate their views, and change with the times, they risk becoming only a regional party dominated by southern white men.

Those are the facts, Jack - Just the facts! :bye1:
That explains why the left is still mad and your post being a stage of grief.....
You see, you are in denial that you got in Biden, all the very things you were falsely told Trump was and was gonna do to the country. So you are in grief for that which you were outraged by, because that image reflected is you, and your only ability through the frail human ego is deflection.
So when you accuse something in your opposition, it's actually something that disturbs you about yourself, but your affiliation pride will not allow you to admit.-psychology 101
It's even worse than that.

This is another stale regurgitation of the same crap they've been peddling since Bubba won back in '92....Poor saps don't have an original thought in their combined heads.
These are the same people who got caught & called out by their teachers for plagiarizing cliff notes in their school book reports, because they were to lazy to change a few phrases or use a thesaurus & not copy from the text, word for word.
*L*
Like Pinochijoe
 

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Shame you can't say the same, democrat.
That is a load of crap and you know it.
If Democrats are the party of slavery, why are Republicans whining about the statue ‘crisis?’
About cancel culture when it comes to anything related to slavery?
Not Democrats. Racist Republicans.
Baloney and you know it. You are the party of KKK and slavery its just as obvious as melty glaciers and your zombie virus.
 

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Shame you can't say the same, democrat.
That is a load of crap and you know it.
If Democrats are the party of slavery, why are Republicans whining about the statue ‘crisis?’
About cancel culture when it comes to anything related to slavery?
Not Democrats. Racist Republicans.
If it weren’t for those Confederates you’d still be living in a teepee.
 

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Shame you can't say the same, democrat.
That is a load of crap and you know it.
If Democrats are the party of slavery, why are Republicans whining about the statue ‘crisis?’
About cancel culture when it comes to anything related to slavery?
Not Democrats. Racist Republicans.
If it weren’t for those Confederates you’d still be living in a teepee.
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