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2016 Postmortem

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Fast Walker 52

(7,723 posts)
Sat Sep 17, 2016, 09:41 AM Sep 2016

how many people are losing sleep over the thought of Trump winning? [View all]

I know I am. I can't stand to see what this country has come to, and how simply awful this man is. I'm not even sure I can imagine the extent of the dystopian state we would be in, if he was sworn in as president.

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5 (13%)
a little
15 (39%)
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I'm trying to keep Zen about the whole experience. no_hypocrisy Sep 2016 #1
Our country can NOT be that stupid!! Laf.La.Dem. Sep 2016 #2
Bush* was a generic Republican who paid lip service to democratic norms and the rule of law. DemocratSinceBirth Sep 2016 #4
I agree. sarae Sep 2016 #9
Bush* didn't create an atmosphere DemocratSinceBirth Sep 2016 #10
I can count at least 6 ways he could destroy this country with his policies and mentality Fast Walker 52 Sep 2016 #26
Did we? MoonRiver Sep 2016 #11
Not losing sleep, but the thought of the vote being hacked worries me. Cooley Hurd Sep 2016 #3
I slept very well last night. Trump poked a hornet's nest yesterday. yellowcanine Sep 2016 #5
I certainly am. nruthie Sep 2016 #6
I'm not but I'm also not much of a sleeper. It's a curse. *sigh* grossproffit Sep 2016 #7
It's not just about Trump winning...he has pulled back an ugly racist scab in America HipChick Sep 2016 #8
^^^^^this^^^^^ a kennedy Sep 2016 #13
It really doesn't matter at this point if he wins or loses. EL34x4 Sep 2016 #14
+1 narnian60 Sep 2016 #22
I disagree-- if he wins, he will have the whole massive power of the US govt behind him Fast Walker 52 Sep 2016 #23
SCOTUS. nolabear Sep 2016 #25
My threat assessment - Mme. Defarge Sep 2016 #12
My reason tells me it should be none rock Sep 2016 #15
So far things are playing out as I expected them to, for the most part Lucinda Sep 2016 #16
and then what? He wins? Fast Walker 52 Sep 2016 #24
They will push it till the last two weeks Egnever Sep 2016 #35
+1 Lucinda Sep 2016 #36
I'm never going to lose sleep because of Rump. MoonRiver Sep 2016 #17
Too much GOTV work to do to pay attention ffr Sep 2016 #18
Thank you underpants Sep 2016 #32
I'm not going to stress that much over something I cant helpisontheway Sep 2016 #19
None bigwillq Sep 2016 #20
I'm 65 and don't worry too much about my future. spiderpig Sep 2016 #21
There is 'possibility' and 'probability' Lifelong Protester Sep 2016 #27
I will move my assets out of country, and then watch things very carefully Fast Walker 52 Sep 2016 #29
Same here. Lifelong Protester Sep 2016 #30
Not a moment AngryAmish Sep 2016 #28
unfortunately, that doesn't help me Fast Walker 52 Sep 2016 #31
It simply requires too many things to happen qazplm Sep 2016 #33
I know, but there's still too much of a significant chance for my nerves Fast Walker 52 Sep 2016 #34
As much as the media distorts things in Trump's favor, it stands to reason AgadorSparticus Sep 2016 #37
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