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Lauren Sian Jun 15
You were such a bad candidate that the people of America felt that voting , with zero political experience, was a better option. Have you sat back and thought about why that is for a minute? I mean, we all know why, but it seems to have gone over your head... 😳
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Steven Cobb Jun 17
bye, Bob. go be deplorable with your own kind.
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Kelly Scaletta Jun 17
Not really true.
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Dave Jun 17
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Treb Reklaw Jun 17
Replying to @HillaryClinton
Say hey to Bill on this Father’s Day. I’m sure you are so proud of all his “sexual” accomplishments. Of course when you both have lived a total life of lies, corruption, theft, and treason, “what does it matter at this point anyway!”
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Woof Zip Criminal Jun 17
No, the moron who is president now was.
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(((Common Man))) Jun 17
Actually, you just made my point : that your maps were *equally* accurate because you * each* posted maps that correctly presented the aspect of the data that *each* of you wanted.
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Chris Lowndes Jun 17
Wrong again. The map of land area representation of vote distribution is less accurate than the map of population representation of vote distribution. You would love to make this about intent, but it is a comparison of two methods of representing the same aspect.
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(((Common Man))) Jun 17
See definition 2. Each map is a mathematically accurate expression of a different standard. The standard you've chosen simply makes an ideological point that you want to make.
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(((Common Man))) Jun 17
Read the definition of "accuracy" I provided thr accuracy of a statement ... or map is based on the standard to which it is intended to conform.
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Chris Lowndes Jun 17
There is nothing ideological about it. The intended aspect was the same. The original poster chose to post a map that is less accurate at representing that aspect. It doesn't matter whose ideology he wanted to highlight, he chose an inaccurate visualisation.
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(((Common Man))) Jun 17
You have already admitted that the map you reject accurately depicted the per-county vote. I've given you thd benefit of the doubt that Randal Munroe did his homework correcty, based on his previous work. So accuracy is not an issue.
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(((Common Man))) Jun 17
I didn't say either map was ideological. I said that your choice of standards is based on your ideological preferences. Both maps accurately express their stated intentions. You're muddling categories
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Chris Lowndes Jun 17
Again you make my point. The original poster did not intend to show the per-county vote, his intent was to align his ideology to a map that showed the US coloured predominantly in one colour, thereby implying the election was a national landslide for one party, which it was not.
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Chris Lowndes Jun 17
But not the poster's intentions
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Tracey Brown Jun 17
Very glad you're troubled, if misinformed.
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Ana 🗽🌊 Jun 17
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(((Common Man))) Jun 17
Dude? You claimed that intent doesn't matter, but now you're attributing intent to the OP? Try to at least be internally consistent! The OP included the map with no other comment.
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