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Comment Re: And to think the DNC wanted to face Trump... (Score 1) 2837

Again: you obviously don't like being called out as a liar, and are just digging yourself into a deeper hole by spinning more lies to try to justify it. If you don't want to be called a liar, then stop lying. If you actually meant "He said this, which would have such-and-such a result", then say it. Don't lie about what someone says or does, and then throw a temper tantrum when someone calls you on it.

Comment Re: And to think the DNC wanted to face Trump... (Score 1) 2837

You might want to look up "euphemistic" in a dictionary, as you obviously don't know what it means -- it means almost the exact opposite of what you're trying to claim you were doing.

And no. Anyone who understands English can see that your statements aren't even remotely close to the same thing. If you don't want to be called out as a liar, then stop lying.

Comment Re:Only two options (Score 1) 332

Mathematics is not confined to boolean logic systems.

In some contexts, yes. In this context, no. The statement "If you didn't vote for Clinton then effectively you voted for Trump" is completely, utterly, false.

If what he means is "a vote for a third party is not as effective a vote against Trump as a vote for Clinton," then maybe that's true, but that's not what he said.

Comment Re:Only two options (Score 4, Insightful) 332

If you didn't vote for Clinton then effectively you voted for Trump whether or not he actually got your vote.

Mathematically false, as voting for Johnson/Stein/McMullin/whoever else does not increase the number of votes Trump got.

If the Democrats wanted to win the presidency, they should have nominated a less dreadful candidate who deserved to win it.

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