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My take on the final presidential debate

Max Stearns


Those claiming Trump won mistake a rare successful excursion with a tantrum-prone toddler as evidence of permanent maturity.


Those claiming Biden won mistake the American Voting Public for persons capable of discerning that Trump's rare calm(er) demeanor has no bearing on his selling the same bundle of lies.


It doesn't matter who won last night, but it matters--existentially--who wins on November 3. Vote Biden/Harris not as if, but because, the soul and future of our nation, including hundreds of thousands of lives, depend on only one thing--*you* doing what is right.


Of course, as always, I welcome your comments. But honestly, what I care about is your vote.

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