Tag: Joe Biden

Urge Emily Murphy to Sign the Paper

A Quickie: The Pressure @GSAEmily is Under to NOT #SignThePapers is a Sign of Trump’s and the GOP’s Authoritarianism


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We all wonder why @GSAEmily doesn’t just sign the papers to ascertain that #BidenHarris are the apparent winners of Election 2020. She is complying in advance with the desires of an authoritarian. She’s heard the messages of Trump and the GOP and is doing what they want. In the meantime, she is responsible for the thousands of deaths from #COVID19 by denying Biden vital information in the transition.

The Narcissistic Wounds of Trump Trump's Narcissistic Wounds

The Narcissistic Wound Of Trump’s #COVID19 Pneumonia, Losing the Election, And The Multitude of Investigations


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Is it me, or does Trump seem to be loopier, lieier, boastier than usual. I mean just listening to him at his superspreader rallies and calling into news shows and reading his tweets leaves you scratching your ass and wondering where the stink went, right? Well, I think I got a piece of the puzzle, right here. Narcissistic wound.

The Cynical Nihilism and Narcissism of the Far Left


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We’ve all encountered the Bernie Princesses and other folks form the far left who tell us that Biden or Clinton were just more of the establishment same and they would never give us the just and fair country that we were promised so we should all just… After that it is not clear, but what is clear that a false equivalency has been drawn between Obama, Clinton, and Biden and W and the Ol’ Pussy Grabber. It is a cynical nihilistic narcissism that states all one percenters are the same, so why bother.

Risk Aversion: The Psychology of Biden and Warren’s Candidacies


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Our perceptions of the risks that each candidacy poses determines a lot about them. Biden runs as Obama 2.0 the tried and true candidate of yore bringing back normalcy. The nostalgia candidate if you will. Warren runs as the big structural change candidate with a plan for everything.

Which are seen as posing the higher risk? How will that effect the way we vote?

Using Risk and Uncertainty to Handicapping Elections

Election 2020: Handicapping the Nomination: What do Risk and Uncertainty Tell Us?


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Okay, it’s a bit long in the tooth, but it’s worth it to figure out whose gonna win, right? My predictions have a history of being accurate. Stop laughing. I’m serious.

Anywho, I go through and discuss each of the top four candidates chances using behavioral economics decision making under uncertainty, specifically focused on how people react to perceived risk. If there were ever a risk election, brother this would be it. This is a high risk election.

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