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Baseball for All

Great project, moving video:

Baseball for All.

Trump's new cap

Tip of the hat to DUer Guy Whitey Corngood!

A less-unhinged performance means he's still in.

And that's great news for Hillary!

Trump is still in to lose the presidency to Clinton.

Still in to force down-ticket Republicans into an impossible choice -- support Trump and go down with the ship, or repudiate Trump and incur teahadist wrath.

Still in to keep the media focused on Trump's failings, past, current, and yet to be revealed.

Still in to waste Republican money.

Still in to provide white-hot motivation for Democratic voters who can't wait to vote against this asshole.

Still in to ruin Mike Pence's political career as long as he stays chained to this wrecking ball.

If the rumors about Pence dropping out turn out to be true, there may be an opening for the RNC to replace the whole ticket -- thus incurring internecine warfare within the Republican party.

Every path forward looks like a win.

The Mexican peso says Trump didn't win debate

Financial markets wasted no time in giving their verdict on the first U.S. presidential debate: Donald Trump didn't do well.

As Trump and Hillary Clinton sparred on live TV, one key financial barometer of the Republican nominee's prospects started moving sharply: the Mexican peso soared more than 2% against the dollar.

In recent weeks, the Mexican currency has been moving in the opposite direction to Trump's poll numbers. As they have improved, the peso has dropped, hitting an all-time low against the dollar ahead of Monday night's debate.

Its sudden leap during the debate was a clear reaction to Trump's performance, according to Ihab Salib, head of international fixed income at Federated Investors. A CNN/ORC poll of debate watchers released after the event found 62% felt Clinton won compared with 27% for Trump.
- CNN Money, September 27, 2016: 8:26 AM ET

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