VOTE! Election thread

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What will be the results of todays vote?

  • Trump wins big

    Votes: 11 14.1%
  • Trump wins small

    Votes: 12 15.4%
  • No decision by tomorrow morning

    Votes: 29 37.2%
  • Biden wins small

    Votes: 17 21.8%
  • Biden wins big

    Votes: 9 11.5%

  • Total voters
    78
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CocoCincinnati

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yes but the POTUS shouldn't be putting out an Official WH Communication calling for it. Govt interaction like this isn't in line with Free Market Values
Meh, politics has been putting pressure on businesses for a long long time now, directly and indirectly. I actually prefer it be out in the open like this than in the shadows or through a third party. As long as he doesn't use the regulatory power of his office to cause priblems, I don't see how it goes against free market values.
 
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Meh, politics has been putting pressure on businesses for a long long time now, directly and indirectly. I actually prefer it be out in the open like this than in the shadows or through a third party. As long as he doesn't use the regulatory power of his office to cause priblems, I don't see how it goes against free market values.
LOL, the gymnastics.....
 
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It doesn't matter if you're a college football coach or a tire company, taking a public position on politics is a bad choice because you're going to upset a lot of people regardless of your position. Goodyear has every right to run their business the way they choose, and Trump has every right to voice his displeasure. BTW, he's the POTUS. Everything he says is an official presidential statement.

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It doesn't matter if you're a college football coach or a tire company, taking a public position on politics is a bad choice because you're going to upset a lot of people regardless of your position. Goodyear has every right to run their business the way they choose, and Trump has every right to voice his displeasure. BTW, he's the POTUS. Everything he says is an official presidential statement.

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I saw this posted above. It's all semantics. The Goodyear corporation may not have created the photo and it may not be a part of their diversity training, but that doesn't mean that it isn't real. Surely they would've come out and said that it was a hoax if the photo was fake.
 
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