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  1. Instead of asking about Roe, I would ask about Lawrence v Texas. Because Roe is associated with abortion, but Lawrence's ruling came from the same mindset of Roe: the right to privacy. I would ask do you agree with the ruling in Lawrence v Texas in regards to the right to privacy, and how expansive is this right to privacy?
  2. If Trump were to lose in 2020, will the GoP see that as a repudiation on Trumpism? If Biden were to lose, where will the Democratic Party go?
  3. @admin_270 Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the Liberal Party was the more centrist/center-left party. Are they more conservative at the provincial level? Also, is there a reason why there were no Conservatives?
  4. Trump has the body of a full back, but he will play QB since he doesn't like taking orders from others.
  5. Why use a presidency when the perfect form of government already exist.
  6. The only area of the upstate I am curious on how it'll vote is the 5th District (especially York County). Because I want to see if the trend of suburban communities going blue has reached that area. Also to non-SC residents, the upstate is a safe Republican area; Greenville- Spartanburg is one of the few metro areas that favors the GoP.
  7. I live in suburban South Carolina. This is a traditional Republican area but is slowly turning blue; and it shows as I'm seeing less Trump signs. While there are more Trump signs, I should note there are a lot of Joe Cunningham(the incumbent Democrat) and for Jamie Harrison (the Democrat challenging Senator Lindsay Graham). I feel if South Carolina is more competitive at the Presidential level, maybe I'll see more Biden signs.
  8. I'm guessing 6-7%. There are certain sectors that will not recover by November(airlines and certain tourist adjacent industries) that will keep unemployment high. However, because everyone is ordering online, there will be an increased labor demand for ecommerce adjacent workers. What I am curious is how states reliant on tourism( Florida, and Nevada) will be on election day?
  9. Trump is so fat Thanos needed to snap twice. Trump is so old that he personally designed the golden calf from the Book of Exodus.
  10. I really want to push back on this statement because just before the 2016 election Clinton held a rally in Cleveland with Lebron James; and yet Ohio voted to the right of the nation! In Philadelphia(in PA, which I will include as a midwest state because of western PA) she held another marquee event, to only barely lose the state. There are hundred reasons why she narrowly lost the election, but I am skeptical if holding a rally would have made the difference.
  11. The first train I rode on is this weird touristy one in Fort Worth, Texas. It is a late 1890's steam engine kept as close to the original conditions of its era traveling on the "cotton belt"(the rail line from Fort Worth to Missouri). It lacks any form of AC and is insanely slow, but it is fun treat to see this piece of engineering roll past modern vehicles. Sticking with Fort Worth theme, this would be the only way my family would go into Dallas to see a basketball game. I just love that Texas flag livery!
  12. They look very similar to the DB trains. I wonder if they are made by the same company.
  13. My tinfoil hat theory is that Trump knows that each week there are no Ohio State, or Michigan games will be a constant reminder of how the US poorly handled COVID.
  14. Within a few weeks will be the start of the College Football season. The Big Ten( Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin )is one of the few conferences that will be suspending their 2020-21 season. The schools bolded are in potential 2020 swing states. Every Saturday until November will be quiet in the midwest because of COVID. Michigan's "Big House" capacity is over 100,000! This year it will be 0. There is no way that people in the midwest cannot ignore the lingering effects of COVID-1
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