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Which did you celebrate more in 2016: Trump or the Chicago Cubs?




CHICAGO – For Chicago area baseball fans that are also politically conservative, 2016 brought two celebrations within a week – the Chicago Cubs breaking a 100-year curse and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump breaking America's liberal eight-year curse.

Which one did you celebrate more: Trump or the Chicago Cubs? 


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  1. Do I detect a jealous, angry, and bitter White Sox fan?? The Cubs World Series victory was so YUGE that not even Trump’s election can get true Cub fans down.
    I suspect he won’t be what you expected anyway and he will be gone after a single term.

  2. Government policy is important but there is so much more to life than partisan politics. Elections happen every four years but the Cubs World Series Championship was 108 years in the making. Trump, Clinton, and Obama will be long forgotten 20 years from now but baseball will still capture the imagination of millions who love the game.

  3. So no sports for you?? Even the Trumpster is a sports fan. What a sad, lonely existent you must have in Lake/McHenry counties. So your only jollies are writing smart aleck comments on IR.

  4. Hardly sad. What is sad is that you think one must be a DWF in order to have a fulfilled existence.
    Again, thanks to the liberal troll for making my point about sports fans and Cubs fans in particular.