- Joined: April 2014
Speaking of Lincoln, in the election of 1860, he won only 39% of the popular vote yet won the election by gaining the majority of the electoral votes. Think about that next time you want to trash the electoral college.
Historically, Lincoln was just as hated in his time then Trump is today. This is not to be construed as claiming Trump is the next Lincoln, rather to the point of the perceptions of popularity at the time of the event and what history will record.
That’s a self serving comment from liberal scientists. There is no clear difference as well as different types of intelligence.and a very wide spectrum in the middle, but in general liberals tend to be more creative and risk-taking while conservatives tend to be more organized and managerial. Both qualities are needed in a rough balance otherwise the world doesn’t work very well.