Executive orders are nothing new. They're just more used than ever.
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Square went Sony-exclusive, tried to get other publishers to drop Nintendo's N64 and handhelds, and then supported the WonderSwan for the openly-stated goal of tanking Nintendo's handhelds.
Yamauchi wouldn't let them ever release any games on the Gameboy Advance until they begged, the former Squaresoft CEO who crossed the figurative Rubicon gone, and then when they released a Final Fantasy console game for the GameCube, which they couldn't do due to contractual obligations with Sony until they set up a shell company to do so, rather than as "Squaresoft".
It speaks volumes that Nintendo would allow Sega games on the Super Famicom, a porn game on their N64-based Arcade system, tons of games from Elf (originally blacklisted), and being very forgiving of Bandai after the WonderSwan (even almost going through with a merger), but no Squaresoft allowed (aside from Sunsoft-licensed re-releases of very old monochrome Game Boy games).
Who the hells knows at this point, it could go in any direction. I guess it depends on what's considered more effective in the end - Trump's barnstorming spree (no can say he isn't working his ass off for it) or Clinton wheeling out celebrities and every member of the Obama cabinet.
I say Hillary's going to win. Trump has offended too many people and his team doesn't have a level of organization that can compete with Hill's if early voter turn-out is any indication. From what I've heard, Latinos have been coming out in droves and we all know most of them aren't voting for Pumpkinhead. Combine that with the polls and I think it's pretty clear who the winner is here.
The real question is, how much damage has Donald's campaign done to our political system, the GOP in particular and American society as a whole? He's lowered the bar for politicians about as low as it can go and has normalized and "legitimized" a sort of ugliness that has no place in 21st century America. He's more or less split the Republican party in half and I don't expect the chasm between the two sides being mended so easily. He's turned large sections of the party against itself.
I have no idea how the senate and congressional races are going to go. I hope the Republicans lose big since many of them have made it depressingly clear that they want to spend the next 2 to 4 years clogging up the system out of spite rather than moving the country forward. After what I've seen for the past 16 years I hope the GOP collapses in the near future as at this point the party in general has become absolutely useless and is only holding the country back.
He was talking about voter fraud, not telling people to vote twice.
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I'd recommend everyone back up the data. It's never a good idea to centralize data in one place. Even if all you do is back it up to your PC, it's still a backup and can one day be restored.