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Re: “To the Women Who Raised Us: You Abandoned Hillary Clinton When She Needed You Most

First of all everyone can find culpable the people in the Republican side for this disaster, Trump or his voters, but if we are honest, the most upset (angry) we should be for the outcome, are the 6-8 millions who voted previously for Obama, but for some stupid misconstrued conscience and other bullshit reason didn't find Hillary as pure as snow and didn't go to vote or voted for some shit protest vote. The ones, who believed all the garbage the republicans spewed (successfully! and now funny way they can find out that even Trump calls the Clintons good people). It is not their fault what is happening all around the country: neither the neo-Nazis nor the racist were ever hiding their feelings. Our glorious, "educated" millennials, virtuous uncompromising lefties, who decided to vote for their conscience or not vote at all , without any conscious thinking for the consequences, gave the steering wheel to these elements. Where was the out-cry to understand the consequences of choosing the supreme court judge, the future of EPA, climate change, human/civil rights, etc.? No. I am sick of blaming the other side but not accepting how little we have done to demand from our so called liberal media or politicians to gave us a clear picture, path, what is realistic and reasonable to achieve. How did Hillary with a close to 70% approval rate by BOTH party became a pariah, instead of the role model to all the women and young girls, as the picture shining persistence, even when a male dominant society slung mud relentlessly?

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Posted by nyiregyhazilany on 11/16/2016 at 9:50 AM

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