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Votus Ex Machina

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Now that we've conclusively demonstrated human kind s inability to govern itself, I believe it's time to scrap elections in favor of algorithmic selection.
theircompetitor, Dec 22 2015

Tboon throws me a tbone http://www.politico...id=sf#ixzz3uzSkQC4N
[theircompetitor, Dec 22 2015]

We have a weiner http://mobile.nytim....html?_r=0&referer=
[theircompetitor, Oct 28 2016]

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       Yes, we've told you again and again, that's why we're here. And have you listened ? No. Ungrateful blobs of protoplasm, you are.
8th of 7, Dec 22 2015
  

       I think a shock of Bernie to stir things up is precisely what this country needs.
RayfordSteele, Dec 23 2015
  

       The pendulum always swings but we seem to be entering a fairly dangerous oscillation cycle. I would be very concerned about Bernie, and I'm even more concerned over Trump.
theircompetitor, Dec 23 2015
  

       The pendulum needs to knock some self-built walls down. It might be painful for a bit but I'm quite convinced of that.   

       When the Republicans can't even manage to get a viable candidate after 8 years of a Democrat in office, then I think the pendulum has frankly stopped. Trump is the natural byproduct of what the Republican machine has been creating by leading from behind with demagoguery for the past decade or so.   

       Try the other side for awhile. You'll like it over here. It's clear you're unhappy with your current options.
RayfordSteele, Dec 23 2015
  

       I'm afraid it's going to be a write in :)
theircompetitor, Dec 23 2015
  

       That's a nice gesture, but I already have a job...
RayfordSteele, Dec 23 2015
  

       If the algorithm rejects anyone who has told more than five lies on national television we'll already be way ahead.
Voice, Dec 26 2015
  

       Listen kids. Don't use the Al Gore rhythm.
4and20, Dec 26 2015
  

       No need for a caution, [4and20]. Al Gore is a Southern Baptist and doesn't subscribe to the "Rhythm" method.
jurist, Dec 26 2015
  

       Lol
theircompetitor, Oct 28 2016
  

       One more lol, see link
theircompetitor, Oct 28 2016
  

       You could use a quantum uncertainty system. Make america grate again.
Ian Tindale, Nov 08 2016
  

       The natural byproduct of this is that everyone who doesn't want it will strive to be as abnormal as possible in order to avoid being assigned the position of leadership, while those that aspire to leadership will try to act normal. And Washington will be disconnected again but in a way that's completely backwards to how it is now.   

       Al Gore Rhythm has to be one of the most deliciously self- contained oxymorons ever.   

       And Bernie would've won.
RayfordSteele, Nov 09 2016
  

       // oxymorons //   

       That's some sort of really stupid cow, then ?   

       Yeah, Hillary Clinton. Figures.
8th of 7, Dec 07 2017
  

       //Votus Ex Machina// Potus Ex Machina, shirley?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 07 2017
  

       nice
theircompetitor, Dec 07 2017
  
      
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