To those who voted for Clinton, what WOULD you want to say to those who voted for Trump?
This is your choice to get everything off your chest.
very simple. you will get the same treatment you have doled out to others. that means i dont have to respect your man, can call him any name in the book, and i can also hope fervently that he fails...do all i can to make it happen. and if members of congress use your dirty tricks against you, you do not get to cry foul. as far as coming together, not a chance. i remember how you are feeling now. the joy, the hope....and how quickly it was dashed to the rocks. by your people. so. i will not share your joy, will try and crush it. will not respect your president, will drag him. and i will find every dirty nasty thing i can about him and push it on you every day. karma is real. actions have consequences. and the nastiness and the just plain mean has to be purged. if you want to put it in biblical terms, you will reap what you have sown.
"...Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the LORD" (Romans 12:19)!
"Be not deceived, GOD is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap" (Galatians 6:7)!
just what i said. god works thru me just as much as anyone else. or, as said once before: god is not a republican
You are inciting violence, which liberals did at conservative events then blamed on the victims, and you are justifying any crack down on violence liberal groups by Trump.
how am i inciting violence? im vowing to treat trump like uze all treated president obama.he ģot no respect, no cooperation, and constantly had evil intent placed on him.if you think that incites violence, id say thats your problem, not mine. tit4tat
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