National Debt Meets Temporal Mechanics

     Nevada state Treasurer has already beclowned herself after insisting that the elimination of the National Debt in 1835 caused the British to be successful in the War of 1812, with the problem thereafter being solved by a man killed in 1804.

     While her logic appeared to be based on an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, it turns out that that claim was inaccurate.  I immediately set to apologize for this when I leaned the truth of what she bases her backwards flowing time temporal mechanics:

     Of course, Kate Marshall ignores the fact that in Back to the Future II, Marty goes to the year 2015, and not 2013.  She also ignores the fact that the plots for all three movies are based on regular causality (even in the past affects the future), rather than visa versa.

     Considering that she is likely to run for Nevada Secretary of State, one must inquire if election outcomes could be caused by ballots stuffed after the election?

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