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Amy Becherer says
That is the one place where religion and politics can meet. If it is a toss up, let the spirit guide.
Exactly, Perspycacious. For those that are confused by the political rhetoric, the bickering, the accusations of both parties against the other, in the end, undecided voters will go with their hearts.
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KT Banks says
The "better" of two poor choices is still the "better" choice. Now that both have crippled the leadership of the other going forward, what are we really left with?
It could well be 47%/47% nationwide, but the key question is "What is it in the swing states where the election of electors will decide the contest?"
Right you are! The electors are pledged on only the first ballot to vote for the majority vote from their own individual state ("winner takes all" in effect disenfranchising the minoirty therein so that millions end up with no say from their state.)