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It ain't over 'til it's OVER?

by JP Bill / December 8, 2016 9:45 PM PST
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Is that another way of saying
by Steven Haninger / December 9, 2016 2:05 AM PST

"There's still hope"?

The originators of our electoral system spent a good deal of time putting together a fair and efficient way to prevent the abuse by insiders and the more powerful and we've spent more than 200 years trying to circumvent the protections they put into place...

(...or so I surmise and offer without witness or proof.)

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Since there are a number of
by TONI H / December 9, 2016 5:43 AM PST

electors in Texas, Washington, and Colorado, they represent only a small portion of the TOTAL votes in each State.....

Tell me, WHEN it's OVER and Trump is the clear winner and the President on Jan 20 because you and other liberals won't find enough 'partials' out there to deny him, will you finally concede?

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