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Schrödinger's Choice

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What politician, no matter his spots or stripes, hasn't tried to be all things to all people, really?

And with the advent of the modern news media, we're already able to listen to our own version of the news without having to bother with genuine objectivity (or god forbid, objectivism)

What better form of elections for us, then, than Schrödinger's Choice, where the winner is never announced, but rather persists in an incoherent state (yeah, I know). We'll put a nice big black box behind the desk at the Oval Office, and can peacefully move on with our lives.

theircompetitor, Sep 01 2012


       // an incoherent state //   

       Where was George W. from again ?   

       // nice big black box //   

       Only if you promise it's soundproof, airtight, and contains a radioactive source, a bottle of poison, and both candidates.
8th of 7, Sep 01 2012

       We'd pay a dollar to see that. Let us know the where and the when.
8th of 7, Sep 01 2012

       To be fair the major parties are so similar everyone gets the platform of their choice as it is.
Voice, Sep 01 2012

       Or no one does
4and20, Sep 02 2012

       Comes to the same thing, in the end.   

       Can we pump the air out of the box now?
8th of 7, Sep 02 2012


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