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curryjacket

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    I'm obsessed with books and politics.

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  1. Hi and welcome. I am Cody.
  2. It's almost impossible to predict, as volatile as this election season has been. I'll say Clinton, just because of her electoral advantage.
  3. Not 'counting my chickens', just using basic electoral math. Not saying he can't win- but he WILL have to run the table on Election Day. He could take Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Iowa, and Nevada but lose NH and lose the race in a nail-biter. And considering how woefully mismanaged his ground game is in comparison to the Clinton machine, I just don't see him winning. Also, the lead you're stating is from the recent FOX poll. I've seen others that have Clinton's lead at 9 and 12 points- but I don't think her lead is that wide. I suspect the race, as it stands right now, shows Clinton with a 5 or 6 point lead. Support isn't going from her to Trump; we are seeing third and fourth party support bleed out and go to the major candidates.
  4. He can't and won't, the end. For better or worse, I just do not think he will win the election. He would have to pick up Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, and the third district of Maine. None of those are optional — he needs all of them. And I just don't see how he would get there, considering the polling trend lines and the fact that early voting has been going on for weeks now.
  5. Sounds normal to me. But I have an odd sense of humor.
  6. Anything related to Stephen King — the books, the movies, the fan blogs, the podcasts, the collectibles, the man himself. I know it all. Literally all of it. The presidencies of Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, and Carter. The '60s and '70s is my favorite era in American history, and I love politics, so naturally I tend to hone in on those guys.
  7. I don't think the father was justified. That's sickening. Numerous studies show corporal punishment does not work on children, and can actually produce negative results.
  8. How does one dress like a 'normal' guy? What is normal? Also, just ask him.
  9. It's astounding how obtuse you are. Really. Like it or not, we live in a global economy and this move is already causing ramifications worldwide. The pound is sinking, the stocks are falling. The 401k plans are getting hit here in the U.S., and it will greatly impact trade deals and relations. As well, It's possible other nations could follow Britain's example, causing a domino effect that could take decades — if not longer — to undo. I hate to sound like an alarmist, but the fact is we are all connected, and the 'leave' group voted irrationally. Saying 'it seems to only make it harder to go on vacation' is a slap in the face to all of the folks in Britain who will be directly impacted by this, and those worldwide who will feel it in the long run. Let us not make a similar mistake in November.
  10. This.Trump is a madman with no political credentials or coherent ideas. He is laughable.
  11. When I first joined I was still on dial-up, also used a flip phone. Got an iPhone in 2012 and hi-speed internet at home in 2013.
  12. A lot of my friends like Stein. She's a little too left wing for me, but I can see the appeal.
  13. Considering where we were in '08 (and I think it is often forgotten just how bad things were then), I think Obama has done a fine job despite endless obstructionism from the GOP congress.I've liked Obama, and am fine with a 'third term', i.e. Hillary.