- Jan 29, 2014
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hmm..... an interesting question - the answer to which (I suspect) may be contentious among many Americans for past, present and future POTUSes (what is the plural spelling for POTUS?)Are you saying that mental stability and acuity are necessary qualifications for serving as President?
Wut? US GDP was ~$21.5 trillion in 2019.Most certainly the Senate's $130 trillion allocation (a massive 30% GDP)
They've only been the hallmark of one election, and one candidate...Will the massive rallies that have been the hallmark of past elections
That has never happened -- not even in the midst of the American Civil War -- and I can't imagine it happening now either. It would not be terribly difficult to implement a vote-by-mail system. Some states already have them, although personally, I think they create the potential for considerable fraud.Perhaps the US election will be postponed
oops - should read $6 trillion, but the % number is still correct (and is still astonishing!) Thanks for identifyingWut? US GDP was ~$21.5 trillion in 2019.
from herenational post said:Together with Fed intervention, the proposed legislation amounted to a $6 trillion stimulus, according to White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, or about 30 per cent of annual GDP.
Oh no, more dead people voting from the cemetery and now living dead?That has never happened -- not even in the midst of the American Civil War -- and I can't imagine it happening now either. It would not be terribly difficult to implement a vote-by-mail system. Some states already have them, although personally, I think they create the potential for considerable fraud.
Barring any currently unforeseen events, the election will happen. We had an election in 1864 during our Civil War. We had an election in 1944 during WWII. If people can go to the grocery store, they can go vote. There are also moves afoot to make remote voting (vote-by-mail, etc) more common.So - with 6 months remaining before the US election (assuming of course that the election will still happen), what's the feeling amongst voters? Will the result be a referendum on Trump's covid performance -or is the pre-covid rhetoric by Republicans about their economic achievements still the central issue? And in a likely persisting covid community infection, will it matter who the Democrat candidate is?