Monday, October 20, 2008


Enterprise Architecture and Why you are an idiot for voting for John McCain

The fallacy of assuming that people (other than oneself, of course) are unable to make a valid judgement on a topic because they "only vote for the candidate who advertised more", or "do what society pressures them to do" is neglecting the fine concept of free will...

Kennedy, if I recall correctly. Anyway, the first presidential race with television as a factor. One candidate had good hair (and to an extent, makeup). The other claimed that looks were irrelevant to doing a good job as president. You can guess which one won. Presidential elections in general show a strong tendency to elect the taller candidate as well. nearly all of them since 1900. One exception was George W. Bush - and he lost the popular vote.

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