Poll: Now that it’s going to be President Trump …

We’re testing the zeitgeist of these strange times. This month’s poll is about your plans and thoughts now that Donald Trump is president-elect.

You can take the poll below or at the above link.

We’d also like to hear your comments (on this post) about how you believe this election is likely to change the country or culture as a whole. Or will it change anything? What are you personally going to do? How do you believe a Trump presidency will change politics in your state, region, or locality?


8 thoughts on “Poll: Now that it’s going to be President Trump …”

  1. I voted other;

    “Hope for the best, plan for the worst.”

    Every time I think of the GOP being in complete control of the government like they were for a part of the GWB regime and now the Trump regime it reminds me of a quote;

    ….The Republicans are the party that says government doesn’t work and then they get elected and prove it.” P. J. O’Rourke

    1. I have not forgotten the GOP’s done absolutely NOTHING in the past 8 years. Hopefully, with strong leadership (TBD) they might actually get something constructive done for the country instead of enriching themselves and their associates. I remain cautiously optimistic.

  2. Imagine a fork in the genetic continuum. After a time when tine ‘a’ declines to breed with tine ‘b’ we have speciation. Maybe we’re just watching this in slow motion.

    Next comes Darwin.

  3. Hmm, thought I had a post here saying the first rule of being a President is don’t start WWIII. Hillary was scary angry at Putin, Trump will dialogue.

  4. Clinton was suggesting the nomination of Barack Hussein Obama to the Supreme Court.

    The Supreme Court is everything in repealing unconstitutional state gun control/citizen disarmament laws. Clinton’s picks would’ve insured those laws at the federal level, coast to coast.

    TRUMP’s conservative Supreme Court picks could save our constitution for a generation.

    This was a close call.

    Now it’s gotta happen.

  5. The first and most important accomplishment was to drive a stake into the political hearts of the Bush and Clinton families. Hopefully, Trump will appoint some decent SCOTUS Justices, however that is always a crap shoot, with Roberts as the latest example. Trump will be sabotaged by the media, the Progressives, their RINO accomplices, and the entire bureaucracy, so I’m not expecting much. Gridlock works for me.

  6. FedGov abandoned the Constitution long ago; there’s not much left to ‘save’ but rather, much to be restored [not sure it’s even possible to do so]. Trump better than Hitlary?…definitely but, syphilis can be cured while AIDS cannot is not an endorsement of syphilis 😉 I choose ‘none of the above’ thank you very much. SCOTUS is important but, for myself, only as a guide to what power gov thinks it has….no one dictates the rules I live by. Their rulings only inform me of what gov is up to and how I can expect it to act in a given situation. SCOTUS holds no sway over my life; they could declare ‘breathing in excess’ to be a crime and I will continue to breathe as I see fit [insert H.D. Thoreau quote here].
    Until someone comes up with something better, govt is a necessary evil. The theorem ‘power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely’ is familiar to most but the oft forgotten aspect is ‘power attracts the corruptible’…the Framers did NOT forget it nor, imo, should we.
    “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.” Thomas Jefferson

  7. Apparently the D’s will try anything to keep Trump from the inauguration. First it was media and “don’t even bother to vote, Hill is gonna win”. Then it was a recount. Now it’s blame the Russians. This will end up in court, and they will do all they can to delegitimize or overturn the election. Think of the howls from the media if Trump’s campaign were behind such machinations!

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