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Oct
15
2017

After months and months of debate, hypothesizing and enough drama to fill a high school cafeteria, election day is upon us.I cannot believe its finally here.

Its safe to say this has been a long, arduous journey for both candidates and for us Americans. More curveballs have been thrown throughout this election than Noah Syndergaard throws in a year.

In my opinion, its kind of bittersweet that the election will soon comes to an end. What will America have to talk about? Scandals will seem so lame in comparison to Hillary Clintons email investigation and political debates will seem so boring without Donald Trumps brash banter.

As a Millennial, this is the first election I can say Ive truly been heavily invested in. When Obama was elected, I was still somewhat young. And although I was interested in politics, I wasnt as aware of what was going on as I am now.

And Ive noticed my fellow Millennials seem to be fairly heavily invested in this election, too.

For those of you who have been paying attention, heres a few things Id like to say to you 😛 TAGEND

I am proud of you.

So many Millennials aretruly passionate about this election. Ive watched more articles, tweets, Instagram posts and Snapchats about this election than Ive ever seen about a political event before.

Im proud of you, my fellow Millennials, for taking such those who are interested in the future of our country and for following along so closely with this roller coaster of an election.

Social media is a beautiful thing. Its allowed us to express our opinions effectively and efficiently, and I commend you all for being fearless in carrying your opinions.


Dont count your chickens before they hatch.

Elections can go a multitude of ways. It can seem like theres a clear winner, and then, in a matter of minutes, everything can change.

Id advise you not to jump to any conclusions too early on in the evening. We may not even know who the winner is by the end of the night, so be prepared for a suspenseful few days ahead.


You better vote.

If youre one of those Millennials that has other stuff to do instead of voting tomorrow, heres what I have to say to you: Dedicate me a freaking break.

This is the future of your country were talking about! You can go to the gym in the evening instead of in the morning for one lousy day.

Contrary to popular belief, your vote DOES matter and its important that you take a political posture. You wont have the opportunity to vote for another four years, so get out there and do so now.

Hot Models Convince Unregistered Millennials To Vote


Have your cocktails ready.

Its going to be a long and potentially stressful day/ night. Depending on who youre rooting for, “theres been” reason to celebrate.

I strongly recommend having a Montepulciano in hand, sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the ride. Do your part and vote, and then sit back and wait for the results.


Everything will be OK.

Even if your preferred nominee doesnt win the election, everything will be all right.

Dry your eyes and carry on. Nothing too terrible is going to happen( hopefully ). The only thing you can do to influence the election is referendum. After you do that, the rest is out of your hands.

Our Generation Is Fed up With This Election

I think its safe to say that never in its own history have we had an election like this.

Yes, weve had all sorts of chairpeople. Weve watched the star-studded Ronald Reagan transition from the television screen to the White House, and were alive and well when the very first African-American president was elected.

But never before( and maybe never again) will we experience an electoral quite like this one.

And if the working group one thing weve learned through it all, its that the Millennial vote matters. Your country needs you! So get by and vote.

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Jun
15
2017

Before I begin, let me just say that these are all generalizations.

Im am evangelical Christian whosupported Bernie and then Hillary, and I am fully aware there were many Christians who also supported Bernie and the Hillary( or simply Hillary) from the start.

I know its unfair to generalize, but I hope every Christian who reads this will agree with me on having assured some of these things firsthand or own up to having shall include participation in some of these acts.

I know some Christians will bash me and call me lukewarm, and thats penalty. But these are issues we need to think about in our community.

In four years, we will elect again and hopefully we wont fall into these same lamentable behaviors Ive seen my fellow Christians perpetrate such elections season 😛 TAGEND

1. Love thy neighbor wentout the window in heated political debates.

As Christians, were taught to love each other and to believe fervently that loving one another is the greatest commandment of all.

So while people argued on social media, one would expect Christians to set an example and not join in on the criticism, irony, mockery, negativity and bruising hurt, but unfortunately, far too many joined.

Many werent able to live up to the standard Christ set of loving people regardless of whether or not you like their opinions or agree withtheir actions.

The things Ive read have been completely contrary to Christian faith. People belittling one another and worse, judging each other by saying voting Democrat could lead you to losing your redemption? That is not a shining example of Christian goodness.

The dirty claws of judgment unsheathed rapidly during this election.

And those who took it upon themselves to be the voice of God during quarrels on social media went as far as to quote biblically, and usually out of context, the reasons why be voting in favour of a Democrat would be the downfall of America.

Our Generation Is Fed up With This Election


2. Single-issue voting was prevalent.

Many Christians believe a womans right to choose is unfair because an unborn infant should have the same constitutional rights as any other person.

Countless Christians focused on this issue and this issue alone when deciding who to vote for.

Meanwhile, thousands upon thousands of undocumented families are now petrifiedtheyll be deported and not seen as the decent human being they are, robbing them and their children of the opportunity of having a better life.

You are allowed to be pro-life. That is your right as an American.

But it is unfair to argue youre pro-life when it comes to reproductive rights and then turn around and assert the lives of other human being dont matter only because theyre undocumented.

Illegal or not, we are all human beings.


3. Misogyny among Christians was( and is) alive and well.

Women have always had a more passive role in modern organized religion. Why do I tell modern? Thats easy: Girls in biblical times were actually very powerful.

Figures like Queen Esther, who peacefully fought for the rights of her people and went before the king to plead they not be killed, prove that women in Judeo-Christian narrative actually had authority.

If you think back to how many female clergymen, bishops and clergymen there are today, chances are not very many can be tallied.

More than once, I read posts claiming no woman could ever hold a position as head authority in the United States because its against biblical principle.

Im not sure where people are get this from, but Id truly love to see where in The Bible it says women should or cannot be involved in politics.


4. Trump winning was treated like a favorite squad winning the Super Bowl.

The candidate many Christians voted for won, and instead of quietly basking in their victory, “were in” regaled with obnoxious posts basically nana nana boo boo-ing at the individuals who voted for Hillary.

It was more like witnessing the aftermath of a heated Super Bowl win that it was witnessing a presidential election.

Our election was important, and surely deserved to be treated as anything but a game.

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Jun
05
2017

Agreen and gray striped mens sweater. I got it because it was soft, and I liked the colors.In Arizona where I lived, it neversnowed, butwhen I was home from college thatwinter transgres, it was cold enough to wear my new sweater and jeans.

Thats what I was wearing when it happened because I know you will wonder if I dont tell you.

I was 18, and I had just tried alcohol for the first time because I was fighting with my high school boyfriend. A guy in my group of male friends had a condo that his family leased to tourists.

This winter break, hetold us, it was going to be empty.

Feeling very grown-up, we borrowed our mothers autoes and responsibly packed overnight bags to go have a leisurely adult bribe, with a cold morning brunch to follow, at the condo.

And I got a little bit drunk.

We Will Never Stop Fighting

I wasnt comfortable outside my mind, soI told my friends I would pick a bedroom and go to sleep for the night. I was coherent, and I wasnt vomiting, but I definitely wasnt steady. I wanted to be asleep and alone.

So, I shut the bedroom doorway, curled on top of the comforter in my sweater and jeans and fell asleep, missing my boyfriend.

I didnt hear my attackercome in the room he didnt ask, and I didnt let him in. But when I woke up, his hands were under my bra. He was kissing my face and neck.

As he continued, I only curled tighter and pretended to sleep. I shut my eyes and exclaimed steadily , not telling a word and refusing to face him.

The next morning, I showered and buffed the skin off my body as best I could. I felt as if Id betrayed my boyfriend by experiencing what I did. With soap in my face and hair, I hoped against hope that he would call and absolve me.

I curled into a ball, burning and shivering on the floor of the shower.

I dont know if my attacker ever took to the proverbial locker room to brag about how hed grabbed me. But if he had, it likely would have sounded a lot like President-Elect Donald J. Trump 😛 TAGEND

I only start kissing them. I dont even wait.

You can do anything!

Grab em by the pussy. You can do anything.

Thats exactly what he did.

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May
29
2017

Donald Trumphas won the US general elections.

The Republicannomineehas surpassed the 270 electoral college referendums required to win the presidency, according to theAssociated Press.

The poll results fromWisconsin pushed himpast 270.

This election has been particularly contentious. Over the past few weeks, Trump has raised distrusts of a rigged election and voter fraud.

But with the call that he won, it appears Trump has fallen those concerns.

At this time, its unclear if democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will contest the results of the election.

This result was very much unexpected, as Clinton had been beating Trump in the polls for several weeks.

During the primary, Trump beat out more than a dozen Republican legislators to clinch the nomination.

His campaign has been marked by disputes, any one of which could likely have sunk the campaign of another person operating for office.

But Trumps campaign has been remarkably untouchable. He once said he could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and not lose voters.

The reality TV star began his campaign for the presidency by calling Mexicans rapists and assassinations. He mocked a reporter with a disability.

He claimed Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly had blood coming out of her wherever when she asked him a question about his history of sexist remarks.

A dozen girls have accused him of assault after a disturbing video was released where he said he grabs girls by the pussy.

He said he would keep Muslims out of the country.

He did not immediately disavow former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke.

He tweeted an anti-Semitic meme.

Many people, especially immigrants, people of color and non-Christians, have beenworried about their safety ina Trump presidency.

The inauguration will take placeon January 20, 2017.

Millennials for Trump[ INSIGHTS]

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