WASHINGTON, December, 9, 2016 – Arctic cold blasts have hit DC this morning, making it a perfect weekend for Hillary’s supporters still in denial to stay home and play with their Hillary Clinton in the White House playset by Kid Galaxy.
American Thinker offers the following Five Stages of Denial (based on the famous Elisabeth Kübler-Ross formula) for those still in their cups over Donald Trump’s election (read the whole article here):
“The stages, not necessarily linear and not always occurring in the same particular order, include denial (and isolation), anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
During this first reaction, the individual believes that the result is somehow mistaken, and he clings to a false preferable reality.
In the second stage, the individual recognizes that denial cannot continue, and he becomes frustrated – either at proximate individuals (family members or acquaintances) or at society as a whole.
The third stage of grief involves a need to regain control, which is a normal reaction to feelings of helplessness and vulnerability. Often, individuals make a (secret) pact with God (or a higher power) in an attempt to postpone the inevitable.
During the fourth stage, the individual may become silent, refuse visitors, and spend more time mournful. The phase may be eased by simple clarification and reassurance, when individuals need cooperation, a few kind words, and hugs.
A week after her concession speech, Hillary Clinton disclosed that “there have been times this past week where all I wanted to do was curl up with a good book and our dogs and never leave the house again.” This stage, in particular, has had an obvious impact on her, as these images suggest.
In this last stage, the individual embraces the situation as it is. Typically, the phase is marked by withdrawal and calm (not to be confused with depression) and comes with a peaceful, retrospective view and a stable condition of emotions. Social interaction may be limited.
Reaching this stage of mourning is a “gift” not afforded to everyone. Many individuals may never see beyond their denial or anger.
In terms of elections, coming to terms with reality is not an easy task, especially when the MSM has been creating a parallel “politically correct” reality for some time now, and important segments of population (especially the young and some middle-aged individuals) have been living so comfortably in it ever since. The ultimate test of a free and fair election is the acceptance of the election results by voters.”
The foldout play set has been designed to help kids learn U.S. History and include 44 U.S. Presidents flash cards and figures – but #45 is missing. Make it the perfect way for liberals living in an alternate universe where the Democrats really won and Jill Stein never demanded a recount with the Lil’ Hillary action figure (sold separately) that can be placed in the fold out sets Oval Office, White house entrance hall grand foyer, Blue Room (for formal receptions) or the Vermeil Room (for casual receptions).
You can also let her lounge in the President’s Bedroom.
You can have Hillary enter into deep conservations with past presidents, including President Obama and President Clinton (not Hillary, the other President Clinton). The White House fold out opens up to reveal interior rooms and the iconic staircase for tons of fun role play: President Hillary signing executive orders, meeting with heads of state, on the phone arguing with congress or taking tea with Donna Brazille.
If instead of role playing Hillary in the White House, you want to celebrate our 45th President, get an official Trump Bobble Head to go with the Trump themed play set!
Helping to keep the facts straight, the set also comes with a full color book packed with educational information about the White House and its residents! If only they would have included a pocket Constitution and guide to the Electoral College:
In the mean time, the following video may help you to be better under stand the Electoral College process works to guarantee a fair election for all Americans, whether they live in heavily populated areas or on the ranches of Wyoming.
In the United States, the President and Vice President are not elected directly by the people; rather, they are elected indirectly through the Electoral College process.
This election procedure, governed by Amendment XII of the United States Constitution, provides that citizens cast votes for “electors” who, in turn, directly elect the president and vice president. Each state is allotted a number of electors equal to the number of House Representatives and Senators from that particular state; there are a total of 538 electors, who represent “the sum of the nation’s 435 Representatives, 100 Senators, and 3 electors given to the District of Columbia.”
In order to win the election, a presidential candidate must receive a majority of electoral votes—270 electoral votes. If there is a tie, then Amendment XII of the United States Constitution provides that the members of the House of Representatives vote to elect the President and Vice President.