I thought this thread was about probabilities. Now we are in my old stomping grounds, poly sci.
From a poly-sci standpoint, does eliminating uncertainty in elections “protect democracy”..? Asking for a friend.
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How would you rate the 'uncertainty' on this?
The 'worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War’ (4/29) … gotta love the lady on the left, having the time of her life ... obviously a 'domestic terrorist'.
UPDATE (5/16): Turns out, Capitol Police allowed the protesters to enter the building, as they promised a ‘peaceful assembly’. Here’s a reflection on, and assessment of, that tragic day.
As far as ‘attacks’ go, we should be thankful that these evasive extraterrestrial tourists are only here visiting … for now.
Perhaps aliens vaporized his 81-million voting supporters … or maybe they all just stayed home, enjoying their Bidenbucks… (5/6)
"Take us to your leader..."
Apparently, our government – always on the lookout for dangerous distractions incursions – now wants to concern us with Unidentified Flying Objects (5/19; solid reason to be skeptical). With everything getting weirder and weirder (5/23), perhaps we’re just relying on the Wisdom of the Crowd Mob in our pathforward to Build Back Better.