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US presidential smear campaigns have sadly become the norm
during election years. Television broadcasts become rife with
them, leaving little leftover airtime for those long lists of
prescription medication side effects.
Rate the candidates according their total smear campaign
candidates are the most secure in their own
merit and capability and which rely most upon trashing the
other candidates. News stations would keep score and display
current rankings with a colorful secure-insecure graphic.
||Are candidates that rely on trashing their opponent better than those who rely on merit and capability?
||Not necessarily, but I would wonder about a candidate who
seemed to depend heavily upon trashing the opposition.