What will you do IF Trump wins again?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by wrat1, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. wrat1

    wrat1 Members

    Will you riot?
    Move out of the US?

    So much vitriol (mostly deserved) towards the man but what if he seriously wins again.

    For the most part I suspect my wife and I will go about living our lives rescuing dogs, minimizing expenditures and staying away from the general populous as much as we can, attempting to stay/remain 100% debt free and relying on as few people/things as we can
  2. Pete's Draggin'

    Pete's Draggin' The surfin' gonna be good Staff Member Lifetime Supporter Super Moderator


    But I will keep dating beautiful D.I.R. women and donating my extra resources that add value to people's lives.

    Democrat. Independent. Republican
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  3. I will go on as I am now...and I don't worry about debt...if our govt does NOT, why should I.....I own very little and if they want to take my sofa and whatever, they can do it.
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  4. Hip Pickle Rick

    Hip Pickle Rick Members Lifetime Supporter

    Canada looks better and better!
  5. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood Senior Moment

    I will more than likely call him a fucking moron as I always have...
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  6. newo

    newo Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    I would pray he gets assassinated.
  7. hotwater

    hotwater Senior Member

    Nothing 2021 is looking like a great year.

    If Trump wins but loses the Senate, which according to the latest polls is a likely outcome.

    Watching Trump squirm over the next 4 years as a lame duck President would be most entertaining.

    He could be impeached and forced out of office, he wouldn't be able to pass a single bill without democratic House & Senate approval,
    and as far as judiciary appointments, well......lol.....
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  8. Tishomingo

    Tishomingo Members

    If he wins again it will be a major, if unpredictable, blow to our country. This is my country, and I don't plan to leave. My people were here first, and we won't readily move or be moved again. I'm a Chickasaw, descended from people robbed of their land and dumped here in Oklahoma. We've experienced trying conditions in the past and survived. My wife and I will simply go on as best we can in a dystopian environment. The most important things to us are God, our kids and each other. Of course we're also concerned about our friends, neighbors, and fellow Americans, and will take appropriate action to support them as circumstances dictate. Much would depend on how he wins: by fair, democratic election or by usurping power. We'd fight, if necessary, to resist tyranny, as the our revolutionary founding fathers did. As our country goes from bad to worse, some may realize what they've lost and rebuild from the ashes after the abomination is gone. What did the early Christians do under the reigns of Nero, Domitian, and Diocletian? Keep the faith, carry on, and live and die with honor! If it comes to it, it is, as Crazy Horse is reputed to have said, "a good day to die".
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  9. hotwater

    hotwater Senior Member

    Well If trump won it would be unprecedented especially with Biden leading in Wisconsin by 10 points, Michigan by 8 points, and in Pennsylvania by 8 points, this close to the election.
  10. Tishomingo

    Tishomingo Members

    I don't expect him to "win" in that way. I expect him to do what he was leading up to as a backup plan in 2016 and has been building up to lately: declaring the election results a fraud and defying them. Just how this would play out is anybody's guess, but that might be what he's asking the Proud Boys to "stand by" for. Then we'll see how many Americans are willing to fight for our democracy. Ben Ginsberg, a leading Republican polling expert, thinks Trumps false claims of illegal voting are “corroding a pillar of the country and the democracy.” Trump's false claims of rigged voting are 'a perilous thing,' says top Republican expert

    I voted today--by mail in ballot which I delivered in person to the Board of Elections. Hope it gets counted.
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2020
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  11. Michael1985

    Michael1985 Member

  12. Visexual

    Visexual Member

    My wife and I voted against this turd yesterday and have already been notified that our votes were counted. Here in Florida the mail-in votes are counted as they're received. We had mailed ballots but we filled them out and took them to the Supervisor of Elections office to drop them off yesterday.

    If you haven't registered yet, for whatever reason, and now would like to, here in Florida the deadline is Monday. But here, and I'm sure a lot of states, you can register online so just google it and do it.
  13. Be entertained for another 4 years
  14. wrat1

    wrat1 Members

    Thats BARELY above the margin for error..
    and how about this?
    Hillary Clinton Leads Donald Trump by 14 Points Nationally in New Poll
    Hillary Clinton has widened her lead over Donald Trump, polling 14 percentage points ahead nationally, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, which comes 12 days before the presidential election.

    Comparing National Polls in 2016 and 2020

    The pollsters got it wrong when Trump took on Hillary in 2016. Can you trust them this time?

    and just for Tish cause he love huff post
    The Polls -- All Of Them -- Show Hillary Clinton Leading | HuffPost
    Which means Donald Trump is losing.

    I can tell you this I live in a semi rural area of south Fl , there was a non authorized ( meaning nothing official) Trump rally the other day and there were over 1000 people there it was crazy 400-600 car caravan. that is happening ALL over

    I can only hope IF he loses that he vacates peacefully , can you imagine a president FORCEFULLY removed from the white house
  15. hotwater

    hotwater Senior Member

    Trying to compare Biden with Hillary Clinton…lol…

    There’s one difference.

    In every poll leading up to the 2016 election Hillary Clinton’s likeability never exceeded 44%, whereas Biden has been hovering around 50%
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  16. wrat1

    wrat1 Members

    What is the margin for error? you act like 6% is some HUGE number in a poll its NOTHING..
    and yes comparing HRC to Trump is valid like it or not as they both ran against Trump
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  17. unfocusedanakin

    unfocusedanakin The Archaic Revival Lifetime Supporter

    If Trump wins I will abandon my hope to ever return to the US. I had a great job opportunity and felt between that and the tensions in America I should leave. I am still a proud American but the country could become something else. Not just him but the general attitude of Republicans. Whoever comes next will be just as racist and ignorant of reality. The arrogance will be the same and it will continue to cost American's jobs and quality of life.

    A lot of business in Europe are planning to pull out of that market if he wins. No one wants to work with dictators. Biden needs to win and make racism unacceptable again.
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  18. newo

    newo Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Let's see if he survives covid before we talk about him winning.
  19. soulcompromise

    soulcompromise Member HipForums Supporter

    shake my head...? I don't know! :tearsofjoy:

    Just hope that doesn't happen
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  20. Tishomingo

    Tishomingo Members

    How will millions of Americans feel if they vote and then have the clown declare the whole thing invalid and sick his bully boys on us? What would the country be like if that happened? To use a local analogy, this would be like having the OU vs OSU Bedlam game happen and then some disgruntled fan declare the ref's decision illegal and use a bunch of thugs to change the score!

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