I can't speak for anyone else, but what I objected to in these long, last weeks has been the backbiting, smearing of candidates, not discussion of
actual issues. (A point I made more than once, this isn't anything new).
Is *all* discussion of the US election banned?
I have to say that seems rather odd to me but of course I will abide by it, if that's the case.
Don't know the answer you're looking for, however, it's a very tough call, because it's become obvious during the US election threads that debating the subject is impossible in certain circumstances...
So that's a no?
What odds are you offering?
The removed threads were entitled USA Politics. There are aspects of the elections which are not politics. For example, I was thinking of posting a
news story about a man who was shown on TV after voting, who said "I decided to come back and vote a couple times." He gave his NAME on CNN in
I've also been reading of some poll watchers who have not been allowed close enough to monitor what is happening (that violates the law--poll watchers of each party are supposed to be able to keep an eye on things, so that everyone can be satisfied all the voting is on the up-and-up.
You are correct.
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I mentioned the Forum titles, not the thread titles.
Isn't your post breaking the ban scholar? "I was going to....." and giving us the details.
Daz won his bet so soon?
Cease and desist.
There was "hope" that there might be a "change".
I think the "change" is happening elsewhere...