The Difficult Decision Facing Voters in the 2020 Election

Voters in key swing states say that they are split between former vice president Joe Biden and president Donald Trump over who is better situated to fight the coronavirus and revitalize the economy. How is this a difficult decision? They both are terrible.

5 thoughts on “The Difficult Decision Facing Voters in the 2020 Election

  1. How is this a difficult decision? They both are terrible.

    But Ted, how does the fact that both are terrible make the decision less difficult for US voters ? Rather the contrary….

    Henri

  2. Americans prefer a firm hand on the tiller. Or at least the appearances of one. Even if Trump opens up America and culls the herd significantly, they still prefer “You suck. I’m great.”

    Americans can forgive Trump. Like they did Woodrow Wilson. In 1918.

  3. It’s right there in the name. Leader. As in someone who leads. Trump has many flaws and he has many major defects. But he at least behaves somewhat like a leader. Joe Biden? Just sort of shuffles around.

    • Speaking of leaders. … Can Donald Trump, as the preznit, order the release of Joe Biden’s Senate papers? I’m not a constitutional law scholar, but I think that IF he can, and he doesn’t, it means that he figures Biden is beatable.

      Goodness, me, it sure is getting Machiavellian in here.

  4. Drum roll please … as the “exceptionals” choose between which
    type of painfully obvious, dangerous mental defect they prefer to inflict on the world as the essential personality trait of its “most powerful person.”

    Should we, perhaps, review “why those sane foreign shits don’t like us”?

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