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  1. @Serotoninluv ~40% is still a lot of people. If you want to say less than half, that is fine, but you are making it sound like it's a tiny fraction. In my opinion, passionate but smaller base is far more valuable than large support base. Those people are willing to stick with him no matter what, vs a large support base that can switch sides at any point. The same principle applies in business - retaining existing customers who would be willing to continue to come back many times are far more valuable than 1 timers.
  2. It is not the reason why he won though, as many people like to think. He actually worked his ass of in the states in which the other candidate didn't bother to put as much effort in. If you want to change the system, that is fine, but once the rules are there - there is no reason to blame the rules of the game to which you agreed to play by. I agree that the electoral system is not the most optimal. But if people are that upset by it or think it's "unfair", they should work on changing it or not partake in the election at all. Hillary, instead of admitting her mistakes and shortcomings - blamed everything else but herself in her book "What Happened". The attitude of the left is a huge turn off for me in general - instead of making excuses, they should actually work on their mistakes and create a more attractive offer to people. So far they haven't done any of that.
  3. Why does it matter if he lost the popular vote? The US presidential election is not decided by the popular vote. He won in states that mattered - and it wasn't by luck, he actually worked his ass off for it. I don't think before 2016 you and others called it "biased electoral system". But now, of course you call it biased, when it doesn't fit your narrative.
  4. Go back to 2016 election and see what Trump's biggest talking point was - economy. He managed very well in this area - in a sense he can say to the voters that he kept that promise. Majority of people care more about their financial situation than any other issues that were discussed here. It's all about survival. Put Trump to the debates against any of the candidates - and he will crush them, as you witnessed in the last election. It's not about what you say, but how you say it. And Trump is pretty damn good at it. Non-verbal communication plays a huge role - around 50% or even more. Like I said, don't let your personal dislike, or bias get in the way of seeing things for what they are.
  5. That is not what I said! I said that once you have a deep enough of awakening, you transcend "spirituality" all together. It doesn't mean going back to the same place where you were not into spirituality.
  6. Once you have a deep "awakening", you will see that there is no need to be "religious" or "spiritual". Spirituality and religion is for the egos - if you know that you are God you will see that there is no need for any of that.
  7. Yes and that's a big factor, is it not? Moodey's model has been accurate in every year but 2016. The track record speaks for itself.
  8. You couldn't get it up due to anxiety of having it for first time. Don't worry, a lot of guys get that. If being a "virgin" bothers you, try finding a higher quality escort and be up-front about yourself. Tell her the truth, not only this will decrease your anxiety(or may eliminate it all together), but it will help her give you a better experience as well. Sex makes up at least 50% of the relationship - so yes being good in bed does matter. Your advantage is that you are young and that you have quite a bit of time to learn that.
  9. Trump is fine, according to Moody's election model - he will win easily! https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/15/moodys-trump-on-his-way-to-an-easy-2020-win-if-economy-holds-up.html My intuition says the same. Don't let your personal dislike of Trump get in the way of seeing things for what they are.
  10. It's not that you are attracted to the "money", but you are attracted to the traits/qualities that those men have. Could you find the same traits in the men that are financially not well off? You can, but it's very unlikely, and if you do find - sooner or later they will be financially well off anyways. Also, the men that are financially well off on average have higher level of intelligence as well. There is nothing wrong with your desire - spiritual growth and wealth are not mutually exclusive. Don't listen to those that are calling it "shallow" or "superficial" - they simply don't know enough about female psychology, and how attraction works.
  11. Balance at times can be radical, but radical does not always mean that it is balanced. I agree with you about slavery, but that again is just one individual example. My point was far deeper than that, of course I did not mean to take a mid-point of any given two positions. Balance is your entire approach on a long term scale, not just individual situations. If you are balanced, in some cases you may take a very "radical" solution, and at other times favor a more "conservative" seeming one. Yet your approach is free of political identity.
  12. That is NOT what I mean by "middle ground". I meant that you need a non-biased, balanced approach. An approach that is not identity based (liberal/progressive/conservative/left/right,centrist/etc). Your worldview is a bit delusional, because you believe that radical always means more conscious. Radical =/ more conscious. You need a balanced approach. Balanced approach requires you to see all the angles and to take many factors into account. Balance is the key to pretty much everything in life, not just in politics. You are bringing Nazi Germany as an example here because it fits your narrative. You can find other examples where the opposite is the key. The more conscious I became, the more I realized that both sides have things that I genuinely agree with. If more people came to this understanding - there would be less fighting/demonization of each other, and instead more unity, and in turn a better society for all.
  13. @Robi Steel For that reason the middle ground is the sweet spot. Balance is the key - you need both
  14. What about the media? The media is corrupt as well, it will be a tough battle for Bernie to win.
  15. If Biden is not corrupt and has nothing to hide, then wouldn't he just come out and clear himself? The focus shouldn't be on Trump asking for a political investigation, but on the fact that a potential candidate who is running for president, should NOT be running, since he is a criminal! A criminal is a criminal, doesn't matter weather he is your political opponent or not, Of course the Democrats want to shift the focus away from Biden's corruption to Trump's apparent breaking of the law? The double standards are beyond hilarious,.