Authorities say Silvers body was found facedown still clutching onto several dozen Marist College surveys.
November 4, 2016
Vol 52 Issue 43 News · Election 2016
Officials stated that in addition to the thousands of presidential election polls found strewn about Silvers 1984 Oldsmobile 98 following the incident, investigators discovered hundreds of weighted congressional forecasts hidden within the cars wheel wells. The entirety of Silvers polls-only and polls-plus forecasts since the beginning of the primaries were also reportedly discovered inside the cars hollowed-out speaker system.
After he sideswiped a barricade, his trunk popped open, and all these Zogby and Pew surveys came flying out all over the road, said long-haul trucker Ernesto Nunez, who described watching Silver struggle out of his wrecked vehicle still clutching an armful of high-sample-size phone and online opinion polls. Even after they struck him a couple times, you could see he was still trying to hold onto as many A-plusrated surveys as he could.
He might have made it, too, if hed just dumped all the Monmouth University tracking polls on the ground and made a quick break for the Rio Grande, Nunez added.
Chuck Todd said that while Pence won style points for a potential 2020 run, and Kaine may've interrupted too much for some, Kaine's attacks were relentless and effective in exposing contradictions between Trump and Pence's actual stances, forcing him to defend Trump, while Pence kept shrugging and denying things that both he and Trump have said. And that over the coming days it will continue to gnaw away at them as the media exposes the contradictions.
Robert Costa, Rachel, Eugene Robinson also said similar things. Also about Pence constantly shrugging his shoulders 'huh' and failing to defend against Kaine's barrage of attacks against Trump.
Todd also said that the VP debate (unlike the presidential debate) is more about appealing to and consolidating the base, which both did effectively. Matthews also said similar things, but saw a bigger victory for Pence that the rest did (but saw it more in the context of Pence 2020 than anything else).
Lawrence Odonnel, "I don't think Pence won this debate, left material very rich for Clinton campaign to use.(contradictions, denials)." He said Kaine had no such contradictions, consistent.
Remember, the VP debate isn't a faceoff between each other, but about who can more effectively attack and expose the top of the opposing ticket.
Carville: both sides needed to do what they did (excite the base), will take what they need, by Sunday will be forgotten.
edit to add:
Schmidt: Pence looked good on style, Kaine like special teams guy on football team, ran down the field get dirty, Pence shaking head denying reality, what remains when we look back a week from now, Tim Kaine the one who scored the points.
Murphy: Kaine's content was good stuff, everytime he mentioned Trump he was scoring points. Pence ducked alot of the Trump defense to sell himself long term.
Wallace: didn't like Kaine's performance, thought Pence more statesman like, but he couldn't defend the indefensible (Trump), doesn't think would make difference overall.
After the debate, the markets moved sharply in Hillary's favor and continued to do so as Trump melted down over Machado.
When the NYT tax return story broke on Saturday, I expected Trump's numbers to tank further but the markets remained stable (have moved only about +1 Hillary) , most likely in anticipation of the Wikileaks dump, which the market (imo) believes will balance it out. If that is the case, Hillary is still in very good shape.
This morning (after some bad polls were released, and 538's shitty projections) she was down around 60% and he was up around 36%.
The upward movement today is mainly within the past 2 hours, which is the imo is the most objective metric of who won the debate. the fact that it moved so sharply (when on a typical day it barely moves) says that she won 'bigly' and he was a disaster. many people are saying
"PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) As he seeks re-election to his U.S. Senate seat this November, Pennsylvanias Pat Toomey can make an unusual claim. He is the sole Republican nationwide running with the endorsement of top U.S. gun control advocates Gabby Giffords and Michael Bloomberg.
That pair of endorsements could give the first-term senator an edge over Democratic challenger Katie McGinty, a former environmental official in the White House and the Pennsylvania governors office. The race is one of a handful of close contests on Nov. 8 that could determine whether Republicans, currently with a 54-46 majority, maintain control of the Senate.
Giffords has also endorsed Illinois Senator Mark Kirk, another Republican running for re-election, though Bloomberg has not weighed in on that race."
In Pennsylvania Senate race, unfamiliar battle lines on gun rights
File this under the "with friends like these" and "missing the forest for the trees" categories - especially the PA race, which is very close.
Hey Gabby, wouldn't Hillary being elected with a Dem senate majority lead to more gun control legislation than a GOP senate? Democrats ARE the party of gun control after all, remember? And the GOP is the party of the NRA, remember?
This kind of stupidity is what's wrong with our side, in a nutshell.
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