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Apr 28, 2013
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I'm just really hoping that Donald Trump wins this election.


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May 11, 2004
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I can feel the pain of anyone who voted for Hillary and see today's news. But if you DIDN'T vote yesterday, you can't blame anybody but yourself. Sometimes life will give you what you're willing to settle for.
Trump won, but not by a landslide. it's your civic duty to vote, even if you're not crazy about the candidates. People sacrificed themselves to preserve your right to vote. I also served a number of times on jury duty, which people try so hard to get out of.

If you had voter apathy and didn't exercise your right to voice your opinion, you have four years to think it over.
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Sgt Floyd

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Feb 5, 2006
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It's kinda unfair to blame people who didnt vote on Trump winning. It's no one's 'fault' per se, as much as you would like to blame someone. Ultimately we're at the mercy of the electoral college anyway, and popular vote doesn't always mean a president gets elected.