seektravelinfo wrote:If it takes your mind off of Brexit ..........
Whose fiasco is worse? Our election or the UK's current woes?
flipflop wrote:A worldwide laughing stock, and boy it just keeps on giving. I fucking love watching it crumble.
RYP wrote:Luckily the U.S. could function just fine with a jellyfish in the Oval Office.I think it's healthy for America to go through the next four years. People might start actually holding elected official accountable and the media might start reporting on things other than DC and Hollywood.
friendlyskies wrote:MJK wrote:He can get by without those 1500 excuse me 3500 votes. Looking forward to your assessment of the debates.
I sort of thought Trump did OK, but of course all my friends thought Hillary smashed him. Especially with the fact checks coming through in real time, it was kind of hilarious to watch him says "I never said that" then have his tweet, where he said that, scroll across the screen. Which made me feel better.... but this is wrestling, not politics, did she REALLY win?
Then, I remembered the Mexican Peso.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/ ... ial-debate
After the conventions, the Hillary and the peso both got a bump, but during the weeks we didn't see much of the candidates, Trump gained ground and the peso lost value. Until mid-debate, about the time Trump made the hashtaggable gaffe, "I have a winning temperament" sending the audience into uncontrolled laughter. The peso had a major rebound. Which will likely continue all day. As did the S&P, although that was softer. I don't trust the Hillary supporters, and I sure as hell don't trust the Donald supporters. The money, I trust.
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