It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.
About how to tell if someone is lying, Brian says if they work in government, that can be a red flag.
Many people suggested the politician “lips are moving test”.
Bill says, “Sadly, we expect politicians to stretch the truth. Look at the debt and deficit numbers.”
Brian wants politicians subjected to lie detector tests during the election campaign and during their term.
Dave says if there was a foolproof lie detector it would be bad news for some politicians, lawyers with criminal clients, and corrupt companies.
Raminder thinks people are lying if they appear nervous and don’t make eye contact.
About why New York state law forbids selfies in voting booths, Graham believes it’s to prevent vote buying.
About how you use social media, John follows certain groups and family members. He says any information, sales pitches or comments from politicians are disregarded.
And, as for assigning Hillary and Donald a certain number if Pinocchios per speech, Barry says, ‘What an embarrassment for Pinocchio to be lumped in with those two.
Let me know what you think and have a great week-end.