The above post is Exhibit A as to both why the Dems lost and why it might be awhile before they ever win. We've had several threads here regarding Hilla blaming everything from Putin to the New York Times to Netflix for her loss, anyone and anything except Hilla herself. In many ways she's like my grifter brother-in-law who has no problem saying he's sorry but never takes the next step and says he's responsible. Hilla lost because too many people disagreed with the above statement; that Hilla was indeed worse than Trump. The problem wasn't that Trump wasn't that good - I'll easily admit that and have on many occasions. But Hilla was magnitudes worse. I'm somewhat amazed that people forget how hated she was in previous runs, her sheer arrogance in the way she carried herself which expressed itself in her and her sycophants feeling in 2008 that her coronation was an inevitability. People hated her so much that they were looking for anyone to run against her that they could vote for. On paper, Obama shouldn't have had a chance against her and yet he won the nom against her pretty handily. Fast-forward to 2016 where you see people who like Trump and people who hate him. But Hilla, there's people who hate her - and that's it. Another thing that's ignored by Hilla Drones is that she has always, ALWAYS represented the establishment that people do not like, and always at the worst possible moment. I mean, look HERE at this analysis by CBS regarding the fight for the nom in 2008 between Hilla and Obama: "Voters clearly wanted a new approach to deal with these problems. A majority (51 percent), said they wanted a candidate who could bring about change, as opposed to 23 percent who preferred a candidate with experience. Fourteen percent wanted a candidate who cares about people like them, and 9 percent wanted a candidate who would win in November. Obama was the choice among voters who sought change, while Clinton was the choice among voters who sought experience..." And that scenario repeated itself again in 2016. It's like she never learns.