Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Some of the November 8 votes in the United States.
They voted Trump. Trump was knocked out until WikiLeaks started its second batch of emails leaks which revealed the collusion and connivance of the Dems plotting against one of their one-Bernie Sanders. The things Podesta said about Hillary Clinton were really damning, and the final nail to her coffin came with the FBI indictment. It took steam out of people who felt that she could indeed not be trusted with state secrets if government emails could be found in Weiner’s computer. It is was as if friends were dealing with personal files. Thank God for WikiLeaks; perhaps people would be aware now not to gossip people that way. Some people have been sued when caught, but this one will go free because she is a public figure. I had supported Trump until the first debate when he could not condemn “Stop and Frisk.” I don’t have respect for anyone who thinks that because I am a black man, I am going to commit a crime. His elections also showed that women don’t care about locker room talk, no matter how it pears to be. Any man or woman who pretends that they have never heard such talks are just plain hypocrites. It also shows that America is not ready for a female president because many women did not even vote for Hillary. Trump's success always shows where the majority of people stand on race, misogyny and religion. Despite trump being openly misogynistic, racist and against Muslims, he was still voted. Nonetheless, a deplorable has become an incontestable.
Measure 2 · No. Allows the state to issue bonds for post-secondary student loans. They refuse to buy into Sanders’ idea of alleviating student loans burden.
Proposition 205, No · Legalizes the private use, possession, and manufacture of limited amounts of marijuana. This was a smart choice because they already have medical marijuana. They could not afford the combo of marijuana with the onslaught of heroine ravaging the state at this hour. The havoc would have been too cumbersome.
Proposition 60. No · Requires adult film performers to use condoms when filming, and other health regulations. The people said no, we don’t want it. Now, remember that until 1889, the legal Age of Consent in California was 10. They don’t want to wear condoms even in public; it tells you how many condoms they were in secret.
Proposition 64. Yes. Legalizes marijuana for use by adults 21 and over. The people want to smoke weed after they reach 21. Their crime rates are going up, but they seem not to even learn a lesson. At least, every child has something to aspire to; just reach 21 and smoke weed.
Amendment 72. Disallows the use of prisoners for involuntary unpaid labor. The people do not see anything bad with prisoners being forced to work. That is slave labor, especially because it is not everyone who is in jail or prison who actually committed the crime. \
Amendment 1 · No. Allows the state to intervene in failing public schools. They refused that the state should intervene in failing schools. Superficially, it would seem a bad idea, but when you look at what is happening with DFCCs, it is clear that kids should not be in the hands of the states.
Question 3 No. Requires background checks on gun sales between non-licensed dealers. The people of Maine do not want thorough background checks for gun owners. Hahahahahaha.
Referred Law 20 · No. Lowers the minimum wage for non-tipped employees under the age of 18. Their state lawmakers wanted to reduce the minimum wage (8:55/hr) for non-tipped employees. Why would you reduce the minimum wage? Thank God this one did not even pass.
Notwithstanding, whatever the Americans voted for, it shows that democracy works. It confirms that one does not need to have godfathers or godmothers to make it. It enforces the notion that the American Dream is alive. Behold, a deplorable has emerged incontestable! God can confound the wisdom of this world indeed!
"Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).
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