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Old 06-30-2018, 02:26 PM  
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In Blow to Democrats, #WalkAway Movement Gaining Steam

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Published 4 days ago on Jun 26, 2018 By Peter D'Abrosca

Recently, a hashtag encouraging voters to reject the Democrat party has surfaced and picked up steam online.

#WalkAway and its variants #WalkAwayMovement and #WalkAwayCampaign are making waves on social media giant Twitter, showing that some Americans have had enough of the shenanigans from the left. Many have referenced Rep. Maxine Waters’ (D-CA) encouragement of Democrats to harass President Donald J. Trump and his supporters.

“#WalkAway it’s difficult to walk away from something you have been since you were able to vote,” wrote Twitter user Deon Joseph. “But this is not the Democratic Party I knew. I’m starting to take those steps. Seeing Maxine Waters call for the harassment of people for something she ignored was the last straw.”

“I’m choosing to #WalkAway because I don’t want to see another civil war happen in my country, but sadly that’s what the Democratic Party and MSM seem to be pushing us towards,” said Julia Lee.

“My #WalkAway moment came when an unknown named #Obama beat #Hillary and then her and hubby became his best buds!” said Sandra Battaglia. “Something seriously wrong here! The insidious progression of Anti-American policies . Enter #Trump like a breath of fresh air and we electing him as #POTUS#QAnon”

Even prominent Republican actor James Woods got in on the action.

“I was a registered Democrat for the greater portion of my voting life,” he tweeted. “The #Clintons cinched it for me. I was an #Independent through the Bush years. Obama was an eight year blank. The hatred and violence the @Democrats now promote convince me I was right to #WalkAway…”

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Old 07-03-2018, 10:55 AM   #61
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Old 07-03-2018, 12:30 PM   #62
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:09 PM   #63
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I'll take that as a 'no'.

And the popular vote is meaningless. If you want to really judge popularity counting congressional seats is a better measuring stick.

After what Trump has had to endure in his first year and a half from the press, if Democrats can't take congress away it just proves their message isn't working.
I guess you're not aware of how partisan gerrymandering works and how powerful it is.

In 2012, Republicans had redrawn the districts of 7 states. In those 7 states, the GOP recieved 16.7m votes to the Dems 16.4m. The result? A whopping 73 seats went to the Republicans to just 34 for the Democrats. Still think the latter is a better measuring stick for popularity?
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:26 PM   #64
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For the purposes of determining actual popularity, the popular vote matters.
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:40 PM   #65
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I'll take that as a 'no'.



And the popular vote is meaningless. If you want to really judge popularity counting congressional seats is a better measuring stick.



After what Trump has had to endure in his first year and a half from the press, if Democrats can't take congress away it just proves their message isn't working.


You clearly don’t understand how gerrymandering works.
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:53 PM   #66
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The bet is open to you, too. mylonsd actually had the right idea so let's do $100 (or any amount you're comfortable with) to the winner's preferred charity. All that matters is which side gets more votes. With #walkaway being real and definitely not orchestrated by bots, I'm not expecting to win, but hey, charity is charity right?
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:58 PM   #67
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You clearly don’t understand how gerrymandering works.
Gerrymandering is a product of popularity.
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Old 07-03-2018, 05:38 PM   #68
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Gerrymandering is a product of popularity.
It's a product of partisan politics by the majority. Not every state engages in this practice. California, for example, took the process out of lawmaker's hands by creating a redistricting commision with the goal of being non-partisan. The result was that the amount of seats each seats won was directly in proportion to the amount of votes that each side got. That is something both sides should be in favor of.
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Old 07-03-2018, 05:47 PM   #69
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I guess you're not aware of how partisan gerrymandering works and how powerful it is.

In 2012, Republicans had redrawn the districts of 7 states. In those 7 states, the GOP recieved 16.7m votes to the Dems 16.4m. The result? A whopping 73 seats went to the Republicans to just 34 for the Democrats. Still think the latter is a better measuring stick for popularity?
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It's a product of partisan politics by the majority. Not every state engages in this practice. California, for example, took the process out of lawmaker's hands by creating a redistricting commision with the goal of being non-partisan. The result was that the amount of seats each seats won was directly in proportion to the amount of votes that each side got. That is something both sides should be in favor of.
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You clearly don’t understand how gerrymandering works.
Oh I clearly understand how gerrymandering works and it works on the principle of "elections have consequences" right?
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If they ever stand up to their extremists and make them move
The extremists run the Dem party and have for at least the last 20-25 yrs and it is not going to change. With all this violence and vitriol by the Left, it is not surprising that the Dem politicians stay quiet but rather approve and join in(a la Maxine Waters). Their is a reason high profile Dems do not condemn their base's radical violent and vitriolic behavior and it's because it is now their playbook and has been for a long time.
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Old 07-03-2018, 06:03 PM   #71
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Gerrymandering is a product of popularity.
that's bullshit patt.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...-redistricting


https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rat...y/1123515748#/
Gerrymandering was used

Republicans started to rig it after they got swiped during the 2008 elections.

granted Dems do the same shit now but they got on to the game way too slow.

it's bullshit on both sides and shows how broken our voting system is.
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The extremists run the Dem party and have for at least the last 20-25 yrs and it is not going to change. With all this violence and vitriol by the Left, it is not surprising that the Dem politicians stay quiet but rather approve and join in(a la Maxine Waters). Their is a reason high profile Dems do not condemn their base's radical violent and vitriolic behavior and it's because it is now their playbook and has been for a long time.
What about the right extremism is gone off the ****ing rails on the right..
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It's a product of partisan politics by the majority. Not every state engages in this practice. California, for example, took the process out of lawmaker's hands by creating a redistricting commision with the goal of being non-partisan. The result was that the amount of seats each seats won was directly in proportion to the amount of votes that each side got. That is something both sides should be in favor of.
Every state makes it's own decision about how to organize it's voting districts. Those decisions are made by popularly elected representatives of the people.
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that's bullshit patt.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...-redistricting


https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rat...y/1123515748#/
Gerrymandering was used

Republicans started to rig it after they got swiped during the 2008 elections.

granted Dems do the same shit now but they got on to the game way too slow.

it's bullshit on both sides and shows how broken our voting system is.
Both sides have been in on it for a long time. This didn't just start a few years ago and democrats weren't slow getting into the game.
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