My last minute election predictions were based on the RCP averages, but weighted about 3-4 points in favor of trump, depending on the state. Some polling firms said Biden would win states like Texas by +2, so I adjusted by bias toward trump by about 5-6 points in Arizona and Wisconsin. Obviously this method proved … Continue reading A quick note on the election
I think it’s more likely that Trump only takes 2/3 for WI, MN, And MI, but I’ll go big This has been one crapfest of a campaign cycle. No matter how serious a news story was, it became irrelevant days later, due to the constant news updates. It became so tiring that people like me … Continue reading Last Minute election thoughts
Every SBC convention brings about liberal drift. In 2017, they condemned the 50 person "alt right." The next year, they joined the me too bandwagon. Last year, the Southern Baptist Convention yet again presented a politically charged, and well loaded, resolution on critical race theory (resolution 9). No matter how the resolution is voted on, … Continue reading SBC’s False Choice
See my RNC Predictions here, my super short post on the DNC here. Ill go over some of my RNC predictions later. Lets do another quick recap of the DNC: All online, no audience, pre recordedBoring, tired, mellowNarrative was to be calm adults in the room with broad support. United party even though we know … Continue reading RNC 2020 Recap
The convention will be best known for this clown act, directed by a YouTuber who hadn’t upgraded their skills since 2006. There is no point to discussing the DNC in length. As a convention, it completely missed the mark. What should have been a presentation to middle Americans and centrists nationwide ended up being a … Continue reading DNC 2020: A forgettable joke
Regardless of election results, there will be massive protests following the election, until shortly after inauguration. The unrest will be similar to ANTIFA/occupy, and occur not only in the same cities, but even more. They will be larger in scale than now, 2016, or post 2000/2004 elections. More Portland’s, Kenosha’s, and Minneapolis’s. On that note, … Continue reading Advice for November: leave the cities.
- wanting to vote with no constitutional quorum (because our leaders fled without changing the rules in a time of crisis. Cowards) - wanting to vote without identifying who said yes or no - wanting to vote without letting the public see the text of the bill. - giving individuals 1/6 of the money, giving … Continue reading Republican hypocrisy
I didn’t expect the democrats to rally around one candidate so soon, and for them to rally around Biden to boot. Everyone, including myself, thought that Bloomberg would be more effective, and steal votes from Biden. Yet Biden won Super Tuesday, and now is in the lead with delegates. He will also receive the delegates … Continue reading Who Am I?? vs Bernie!!
The Dow Jones went over 10,000 points for the first time in 1999. It wouldn’t reach 15,000 points until 2013. Even with yesterday’s drop of 1,000 points, we are nearly twice as much as we were in 2013, AND we are as high as we were in December 2019, which was an all time record. … Continue reading Muh Stock collapse
The democrats apparently hacked their own caucuses in Iowa this week. This is obvious proof of collusion with Russia. Quick, get CNN! If you live under a rock, Iowa attempted to use a new app to facilitate their caucus system. The app, developed by Clinton campaigners and a google engineer, somehow failed. It is Thursday … Continue reading Russians in Iowa?!?