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  1. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    At first I thought it was a mistake to have both town halls on at the same time, but now I think I see the wisdom of it. Viewers would flip back and forth and see how both candidates are treated by the media. Softballs on one channel, spitballs on the other.

    I think Trump wins walking away, but then I thought the same in 2012 – when Romney was having very enthusiastic rallies. The one Romney rally that sticks out in my mind is from Red Rocks in Colorado, (Oct 23 2012) I saw those images, and thought, how can this guy lose? I was also watching MK Ham and Kelly Maher podcasts (google+ hangouts) almost everyday.

    I think Wisconsin is a swing (battleground?) state – IF Wisconsin is within the margin of error – how can democrats win?

    Again this election is demonstrating 2 things. Pollsters have difficulty keeping up with the fluidity of society, to build an accurate model of the electorate, secondly the media have lost even more credibility with the general public – their reporting is being largely ignored.

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    • October 16, 2020, at 3:53 PM PDT
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  2. Hartmann von Aue Member

    So, ghost story fan, what do you think of Ambrose Bierce’s works? Based on what little I know of you, I cannot imagine you are unfamiliar with them. I mean beyond “Incident at Owl Creek”, which everyone knows. 

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    • October 19, 2020, at 8:02 AM PDT
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