That said, Biden will likely regret his approach. Jimmy Carter ran in 1976 on the ambition - in so many words - to NOT be Richard Nixon. ("I will give you a government as good as the American people," he said with memories of Watergate still fresh.) This he accomplished simply by virtue of winning the election and after that he lacked a mandate to govern and the result was the splintering of the Democratic party and the failure of his presidency. Reagan's 1980 landslide victory to follow.To be sure, particularly in this election, the polls are extremely unreliable - and intensity counts. (President Trump has it. Mr. Biden does not.) However, on balance, Mr. Biden now looks set to win - and likely will rue the day that he won the way that he did. As the old saw has it, "Be careful what you wish for... you may get it." There are wiser ways to win an election.
If I remember correctly there was a question lots answered to a few months ago. I just want to see what others think as of now days away from election.
Sure. It's probably been a few months at least since anyone thought to ask who would win the election.
This question has been asked tons of times though lol
@Tea-Spaghetti Really? I must have missed them.
I mean I’m agreeing with your sarcasm
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