Distressingly and predictably, Rand Paul scored highest for me (86%). Highest Democrat for me was a tie between Hill and Bernie (73% each), scoring underneath ten Republicans, none of whom I'd ever vote for. I didn't score lower than 53% for any of them, which probably means I need to wait a few months for them to get some more data points from the candidates (not to mention get some more candidates, preferably from other parties - it would help if Gary Johnson were to declare, to be sure) in there to find out how these dudes REALLY stack up with me. Or I could tweak the "how important is this issue to me" settings, which I didn't bother with this time around.
My current fave/cause célèbre, Larry Lessig, wasn't included, I notice.
99% For Bernie Sanders, 13% for Ben Carlson. 51% for Jeb Bush.
Originally posted by CRZMy current fave/cause célèbre, Larry Lessig, wasn't included, I notice.
Wait, didn't you get all up in my biz1 on Twitter about email farming over a Lessig petition I re-Tweeted?
I really wanted Lessig on that stage - it would've been a much better debate. Maybe for future debates Lessig could replace Chafee, and Chafee could go back to organizing his matchbox collection or sitting quietly on bus stop benches.
--- 1 Incident greatly exaggerated for dramatic effect.
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Seems to point to the fact we had the stockpiles under our watch until June 28th.And that the material was just discovered missing in the last couple weeks. To me here are the most troubling parst of this: