An idea just crazy enough to work.
Not new, but interesting idea. However, the people that use this probably have a decent idea of who they’re going to vote for. Thus rises the argument around the necessity of such a tool - not that we Americans are rooted in necessities. It’d be interesting to see their user demographics. Obviously, the benefits of whatever data is collected about political leanings are clear. What do you think?
How intriguing… now shopping for a candidate is as easy as picking out the perfect pair of shoes to go along with my wardrobe. Yeah, except the ramifications are that much greater and I really do wonder what would happen if the results churned out by this were followed. Hmmmm… definitely a thought piece. Let’s grab our coffee, tea, hot cocoa, mulled cider, or adult beverages and discuss this point. I think it could get interesting.
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