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  1. We will never know if Biden had lost or not, but I find it highly interesting that this collusion, which cannot be denied by any means, is tolerated and rarely spoken about. That was quite telling... remember what The Times said about 'fortifying' an election. That's not much different to countries like Hungary in which the media is effectively the mouthpiece of one party touted by some as leading a regime. What if Big Tech had colluded to pave the way for Trump winning again? I guess the interest in media reports and Twitter was overall higher and clicks are what's selling best. I don't
  2. Trump beats everyone in the 1st question. The Rock gave me the most headache, but I decided by the way figuring out, that I approved of the majority of Trump's administration work. I am not sure how The Rock would govern. If he governed nearly as Trump without having a doubtful character I'd support him. He's likeable and cool. The 2nd one was easy. A Tom Cotton led ticket (maybe with Sen. Tim Scott as VP) would be my dream ticket right now. I chose Manchin over The Rock, but again just because I have no idea of his ideas to govern successfully. Lastly Cotton beats everyone and
  3. One thing I'd like to add to celebrities as politicians is, I'd find it interesting if a moderate Matthew McConaughey ran for Texas governor. However, Meghan Markle on the other hand comes off as having a very annoying attitude, so this issue really depends on the person itself not their status of being a celebrity. Like a decade ago, I had approved of George Clooney running for president - not to support him, but at least it had been interesting. That was the time when Clooney or Al Gore were the people on the forefront of climate activism. Since Fridays for Future the whole thing has go
  4. I support free Community colleges, so that person could attend such an institution as long as they constantly work properly for their success. I don't think we could get all people into top tier universities. That's not doable, but I wouldn't object if these colleges held annual entrance exams and choose like the top-10 people for a scholarship after they have proven not to be secretly rich. This tests should discriminate or promote any race of course.
  5. Basically as women having the same rights as men. I appreciate your thoughtful example, but look I'd be fine having a company with 100% black employees if these are the best people available. But hiring a certain group of people just to advance them is not what should be done I think. Skills should truly matter when hiring someone. I also don't like women needing less points on entry tests or something like that. First of all that seems like women or minorities are dumb and need assistance to achieve success and second of all I'd like all people to be treated the same way - fairly. Tha
  6. I mostly approve of: Bipartisanship, Partisanship (both is at times a fundamental principal of poltics) The right to protest (the right to peaceful protest is crucial) Militarized politics (This kind of language and influence is necessary. You can' throw cotton balls at dictators for example) Moderates (they are often good to cool down the whole pack) Conservatism Traditionalism The term illegal immigrants Intellectualism Academics Celebrities as politicians (depends, but generally I believe they are able to bring
  7. I thought long Cawthorn wouldn't be an issue and I disliked Gaetz already prior to his scandal more than average Republicans. I was very skeptical about both MTG and Boebert. However, Boebert has improved I think. I often read her tweets of which I dislike the frequent political use of this platform over all, but they are not as bad as I thought them to be. In general one can agree with what she says, even if it might not be in the right tone at times.
  8. I am very much against forced resignations until someone is convicted. Otherwise I'd strongly hope people had to courage to resign under enormous pressure.
  9. Oh yes poll time! I think Greitens's entry is a problem. The RNC should be committed to work against a primary win of him.
  10. Yeah but the popularity breakdown Walker > Collins > Loeffler seems pretty accurate Yeah for that reasons Walker wouldn't be my favorite. His likeability might be his biggest asset. However, I hope for Georgia Chief Justice Harold Melton to run. He is resigning his position on July 1st and I think there are only two reasons why he's doing so: 1. to prepare a candidacy for US Senate and 2. to allow Governor Kemp to give a Republican an incumbency bonus for the judicial election. Additionally the GOP can't be sure that Kemp gets re-elected, so stepping down now seems logical.
  11. Georgia Senate - Walker vs. Warnock Trafalgar/InsiderAdvantage Walker 48, Warnock 46 Walker +2 Georgia Senate - Collins vs. Warnock Trafalgar/InsiderAdvantage Warnock 46, Collins 45 Warnock +1 Georgia Senate - Loeffler vs. Warnock Trafalgar/InsiderAdvantage Warnock 46, Loeffler 41 Warnock +5 Georgia Republican Senate Primary: Walker vs. Loeffler vs. Collins Trafalgar/InsiderAdvantage Walker 33, Collins 33, Loeffler 24 T
  12. Yeah as a what-if option for sure. I believe Hawley has ruled out a bid already.
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