Clinton's supposed scandals never amounted to anything.
The young will be stuck with the results of the election for many more years than the rest of us.
Young voters are turned off by Trump, but can't get excited about Clinton.
Trump and the Republicans have, predictably, overplayed their hand.
The Republican nominee says his defeat will prove the election was rigged.
Even the people rooting for Clinton are willing to call Trump the winner when he lies with bravado.
Trump stood there and scowled while deciding when to interrupt Clinton next.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Trump believes that cutting rich people's taxes will unleash nirvana.
Trump's first go at tax policy was merely a scaled-up version of Jeb Bush's ridiculous more-and-bigger-tax-cuts-for-the-rich plan.
Some Democratic leaning opinion-makers are hoping Hillary Clinton can be coaxed into saying, "You thought I was a progressive? Suckers!"
Many have been having it both ways with Trump—condemning his racism, sexism and gratuitous provocations, but refusing to say when he has gone too far.
Many readers are no longer even attempting to offer counterarguments. It is all about venting.
Everything Trump has said and done seems contingent on his mood, making the question about what he wants to do as president all the more mystifying.
Saying that large numbers have negative opinions of Clinton and Trump doesn't tell us anything about how the two compare. It's apples and oranges.
There is always a new generation of wide-eyed young people who have not yet figured out that this particular cure-all is and always has been pure snake oil.
Ryan said, 'This party does not prey on people's prejudices. We appeal to their highest ideals. This is the party of Lincoln.' Then he caved.
As president, Trump says, he would tell America's creditors to accept pennies on the dollar, just like the chumps who loaned money to his failed businesses.
It isn't going to be easy telling Bernie's people the dream is over. But it is.
Benghazi, the IRS non-scandal scandal, the faked Planned Parenthood and ACORN videos. It's depressing because these non-facts are used to pass damaging laws.
Conservative arguments over abortion, gender in toilets, Planned Parenthood, the IRS, Benghazi and other divisive issues defy reality based evidence.