Thinking of the title of this post, I was torn between fun and genuine concern.
During the last weekend, a neighbor whom I particularly appreciate asks me, for a rare time, what I think of the 2020 election in the United States. We never talk about work in our discussions, but this time he evokes the emotional nature of his reaction. If only to preserve his morale, he is hoping for a victory from Joe Biden.
The past four years compare to nothing else in American politics. Added to the constant turbulence was the pandemic, economic problems, racial tensions and, for us, a murky relationship between Canada and the United States. Considering the stakes, many voters and observers, some exhausted, are on edge.
The reaction of my neighbor, a poised man of Olympi...