2020 Nov 17, 9:32pm
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So voting doesn't really matter.
It hasn't for a while. You ever watch the "debate" between John Kerry and George W. Bush?What actually important issue did these fucking twats disagree upon in policy?
Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence.
It's not a uni-party. There are significant differences between the parties.
The Democrats want to socialize healthcare.
What actually important issue did these fucking twats disagree upon in policy?
Nobody even knew what Obama stood for.
"Sidney the Public Figure" as a slightly amped up version of the real her - and has yet to cement herself as a public liar
he was raised outside the continental USA
Then there is Michigan’s fairly significant swing from a 0.3 percent win in 2016 for Trump to a 2.7 percent win for Biden in 2020. Biden’s 146,000-vote victory in Michigan is quite the shift, especially when no similar movement occurred in neighboring states. After all, given the similarities and proximities among the Midwestern states, you might expect a big change in one state would show up in the other states. Instead, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin all either saw slight shifts towards Biden or greater shifts towards Trump. Heck, Trump even gained over 200,000 votes in dark-blue Illinois.