Here's my continued prediction. The lead for Clinton will increase to double digits prior to the first debate. The expectations for Trump debate performance are so low that him sounding half-way coherent at first debate will give him a sizeable bump but not enough to bridge the gap fully. The novelty will wear off by acts two and three, and Kaine will thump Pence in VP debate. This should be enough for a 6-8% win in November, unless Pence goes hyper-theocratic or Trump becomes completely incoherent, in which case, the lead will double. Or Hillary may fail to resist the temptation like the ones that have been hounding her campaigns for the past decades. She has to avoid blatant prevarication and any condescension toward her opponent.
The good news is that the hate for her among conservatives is so visceral that they might have used up all their weapons too soon and left themselves no October Surprise. They will ramp up the lies toward the end, but that has already got stale. Even swiftboating has its limits.
Quack doctor Stein's word salad resembles Palin's. Unpacking it, trying to figure out what she means, makes it worse. Her punchline is, in order to prevent people like Trump getting elected we must stop Clinton ,,, and elect Trump. Jill, stick to naturopathy. You'll do less damage that way..
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They tried to pull a fast one. Someone believed that getting Bieber would soften the edge that Clinton has among younger voters. Did they really believe that Bieber people would accept their claim that this was not political?
This is, indeed, pathetic. Australians are generally more conservative than Americans, and, on average, very sexist, but not prudish. This could be a local issue, with some municipal moron fearing causing an international incident. They should get over it and move on.
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