Then again, they get Trump, too.
True, though it will work out better for them than the alternative.
You seem to view elections as a kind of a competition sports game, but it isn't.
You seem to build elaborate fantasies about other people who leave comments. How about we stick to what's written?
It sets policies for the next few years, hence voting out of spite is stupid. And given that Trump's policies will harm his voters way more than they will harm prosperous urbanites - and seriously, worst thing that might happen to a typical well-off city dweller during Trump years would be living with the thought that the president of their country is a goddamn clown - a hillbilly having voted for Trump out of spite is, in fact, double stupid and pretty much proves GP's point.
Well, I suppose that's one way you can look at it, if you think that's the case. Personally, I think Hillary Clinton would have been a disaster of epic proportions. Trump wasn't my first choice for the Republican nomination by a long shot, but by election day he was the second worst. I don't think anyone voted for Trump out of spite, though you could hardly blame them if they did, since the attitude that seems to be permeating the government-media-academia axis holds that people who don't live within a few hundred miles of an ocean are somehow both safe to ignore and too stupid to look out for their own interests. Neither is true, by the way, as the Democrats (and a lot of Republicans) discovered in November.