There was the following passage in a newspaper article, which I failed to take note of the source:
If he (Trump) seems better than expected, either by throwing Clinton off her game or appearing calmer than a wound-up opponent who gives a dense six-point answer to every question, he might achieve something similar to Reagan’s ‘There you go again!
Although I guess “six-point answer” means "full marks, a perfect answer," I’m not certain.
According to www.religionacts.com, 'six-points' stands for the six days of creation, and also represents the six attributes of God: power, wisdom, majesty, love, mercy and justice, but I don’t know how it relates to "six-point answer," or anything else.
What does “six-point answer (question, offense, defense, performance, whatever)" mean?
I’m also interested in the use of the adjective, “dense,“ which seems a bit incongruent to the word, answer, to me. Can I say “It’s a dense answer” colloquially in place of a perfect answer?