• Since it will be proven that Trump was elected illegally and a Special Election will be held, will the Democrats renominate Hillary?

    Best answer: The election has been certified. It CANNOT be reversed no matter what is found. There will be no Special Election. IF President Trump were to be impeached and he was removed from office (remember that President Clinton was impeached and found guilty but not removed from office), then Vice President Pence would... show more
    Best answer: The election has been certified. It CANNOT be reversed no matter what is found. There will be no Special Election. IF President Trump were to be impeached and he was removed from office (remember that President Clinton was impeached and found guilty but not removed from office), then Vice President Pence would become President of the United States. The dems need to remember that he is more right-wing than President Trump. It is time to grow up and accept the election results.
    13 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Why do Republicans gerrymander more than Democrats?

    Best answer: I love how the Republicans on this Q&A are being in denial despite the fact that you clearly cited a source corroborating your claim. I bet these illiterate bafoons didn't even read the article. This just proves that they'll defend anything a Republican does, even the Republican candidate running for... show more
    Best answer: I love how the Republicans on this Q&A are being in denial despite the fact that you clearly cited a source corroborating your claim. I bet these illiterate bafoons didn't even read the article. This just proves that they'll defend anything a Republican does, even the Republican candidate running for the U.S. Senate in Minnesota who called Michelle Obama an ape.
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • What happens if the people from Honduras can't get here in time to vote?

    Trump is talking about using the military to stop them, an that's a violation of their right to vote. Can they still exercise there right to vote if they dont get here in time?
    Trump is talking about using the military to stop them, an that's a violation of their right to vote. Can they still exercise there right to vote if they dont get here in time?
    11 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Who will win 2020 presidential election?

    Best answer: Honestly, I am neutral. I am assuming a democrat because a lot of Americans and even republicans are disappointed with Trump. I have no idea if Hillary is going to run, but I doubt she will win, due to the hatred received to her by both republicans and democrats. Bernie Sanders said he will not run again due to the... show more
    Best answer: Honestly, I am neutral. I am assuming a democrat because a lot of Americans and even republicans are disappointed with Trump. I have no idea if Hillary is going to run, but I doubt she will win, due to the hatred received to her by both republicans and democrats. Bernie Sanders said he will not run again due to the 2016 election scandal. We will have to see and make good judgement. Remember to vote for who YOU feel is best, not what is the bandwagon!
    8 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Are there really campaign contribution limits in the US?

    Google says the limit is $2,700 per candidate per election, but I keep hearing about individuals spending hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars, and I'm wondering how this is legal/how it works?
    Google says the limit is $2,700 per candidate per election, but I keep hearing about individuals spending hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars, and I'm wondering how this is legal/how it works?
    8 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Why do Republicans participate in voter suppression?

    Best answer: They'd rather win by cheating. And it's not even that hard for them to do it: -Make ID mandatory to vote under the guise of preventing voter fraud (fraud that statistically does not happen in any significant number) -Make getting ID as hard as possible in blue districts (cut operating hours, close... show more
    Best answer: They'd rather win by cheating. And it's not even that hard for them to do it:
    -Make ID mandatory to vote under the guise of preventing voter fraud (fraud that statistically does not happen in any significant number)
    -Make getting ID as hard as possible in blue districts (cut operating hours, close locations, etc)
    -Make voting as hard as possible in blue districts (cut operating hours, close locations, etc)

    The end result is that it takes people over 5 hours to vote in some places. And when they're working to support families and raise children that's far too much time out of their day (which is still a normal workday and not a holiday)
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do americans hate Karl Marx?

    Best answer: It isn't hate, which is far too simplistic a term. As I was growing up, there was very little political debate about K. Marx or socialism. We were taught about the Russian revolution and Marx in a negative light. When the Berlin Wall fell, it was a relief for nearly everyone in Western countries.
    Best answer: It isn't hate, which is far too simplistic a term. As I was growing up, there was very little political debate about K. Marx or socialism. We were taught about the Russian revolution and Marx in a negative light. When the Berlin Wall fell, it was a relief for nearly everyone in Western countries.
    5 answers · 12 hours ago
  • OMG, I just got an invite to the Hillary election night party. How do I get out of it?

    Best answer: Just don't go. Why would anyone other than stupid brain dead indoctrinated liberal idiot go to a losers party?
    Best answer: Just don't go. Why would anyone other than stupid brain dead indoctrinated liberal idiot go to a losers party?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • The Kavanaugh victory and strong economy is getting people to vote all Republicans in November?

    The energy is on a red wave to get more Republicans in, am I right? A big red wave is coming
    The energy is on a red wave to get more Republicans in, am I right? A big red wave is coming
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you plan to vote in this election?

    Best answer: Yep I'll be there with my 35 forms of ID that Republicans are requiring. They're going to try to suppress my vote, but it won't work.
    Best answer: Yep I'll be there with my 35 forms of ID that Republicans are requiring. They're going to try to suppress my vote, but it won't work.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • How often do you smile just because Donald Trump is your president?

    Best answer: Uhh, I think you're question is in the wrong section.
    Best answer: Uhh, I think you're question is in the wrong section.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you know that Evers (candidate for Wi. gov.) is almost 70?

    Isn't that rather OLD to be running a state?
    Isn't that rather OLD to be running a state?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Are you voting the party of jobs or the party of mobs?

    Best answer: Being that I believe in making my own money instead of taking it away from someone else.................you do the math.
    Best answer: Being that I believe in making my own money instead of taking it away from someone else.................you do the math.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Democrats know everything. So how did the Russians elect Trump as President when Hillary won by 3 million?

    Best answer: Because, obviously, the atmospheric pressure between the tectonic plates of a black hole cause the wooki to live on planet Galgamec, where only marklar is spoken, and then Russia, and thus Hillary, and so Trump and hey look! Squirrel!
    Best answer: Because, obviously, the atmospheric pressure between the tectonic plates of a black hole cause the wooki to live on planet Galgamec, where only marklar is spoken, and then Russia, and thus Hillary, and so Trump and hey look! Squirrel!
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are you someone who will hold your nose and vote for a detestable candidate. if that is your party's candidate?

    Best answer: always vote the best candidate; parties tend to love themselves way too much to be objective
    Best answer: always vote the best candidate; parties tend to love themselves way too much to be objective
    6 answers · 3 days ago