By the way. Dumbfffk. Hillary won the popular vote and California (the state I live in). If you think there was something more that I could have done for her. I'm all ears. Otherwise. Keep crying about 2016. It's sure to be productive.#11 | Posted by ClownShack
Regarding voting for Hillary in a Blue or Red state, as I said earlier, "Of course personal responsibility can be somewhat mitigated by the perversity of our electoral college system. #7 censored"
Not crying about 2016. Just pointing out how responsibility for Trump's 2016 win and his possible 2020 win, with its concomitant results, are shared by many who don't consider themselves to be part of the Trump Cult.
As I watch the left attack itself year after year, a couple sayings keep coming to mind. "Democrats fall in love, Republicans fall in line." Will Rogers said something along the same lines when he stated, "I'm not a member of an organized political party, I'm a Democrat."
Republicans come together when push comes to shove decade after decade and they have much to show for it. Dems, not so much. My initial post was made in the hope that the left and reasonable moderates will someday stop being played for fools by the right which exploits the left's internal disagreements.
The right will do whatever it takes to win. The GOP spent decades with a single-minded focus to warp the judiciary and our laws to suit the desires of the wealthy and powerful. It will take similar determination and focus by sane and compassionate Americans to right those wrongs.