With less than a week to go before the general elections for the U.S. presidential elections, we’ve dusted off one of our old creations, Bad Translator, to help those of you still undecided voters out there finally make up your mind!
Bad Translator, for those who don’t remember, was a fun experiment we created to help show the fallibility of relying on machine translation services like Google Translate and to help explain why professional translation, while not free and a bit more time consuming, is worth the time and expense. Bad Translator worked by translating English text back and forth between various languages, before finally bein translated back to English again—often with hilarious results!
With that background out of the way, let’s look through the candidates major talking points and positions on various issues.
On taxes: Tax cut for the rich, it is not very rich in a lot of intelligent people they know. I’m a top-down, does not work in the United States.
On job creation: They had a holiday for the whole family, as well as in the era of the cattle disease, we will have to make sure that there is a debt for child care college and easy accessible.
On the economy: No more than justice to the economy is a disaster. Woman Before, to ensure an equal start to increase in salary.
On taxes: We need the presence of the authors who have not seen since Ronald Reagan.
On the economy: We, bubbles, bold, ugly, have the best care.
On his personal finances: In a sense, he will need to complain. I do not mind.
On the environment: I sound environment, should participate in the country.
On health care: You can get over the financial viability of health care management and health and medical care, but to go.
On the Federal Reserve: Feed, in order to obtain an audit of the system lends more apparent.
On job creation: This is our depression to save time a new contract, he said, Green is 25 days.
On law enforcement: What follows is a need for police violence, we must understand that it is the responsibility of the police to maintain.
On taxes: For example, taxes and economic activity in the face of billions.
Made up your mind yet? Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, November 8th!