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 on: Today at 11:20:34 pm 
Started by LibertarianRepublican - Last post by Chris B
I'm still going to say Christie. The reason being that I don't think Romney will run again ultimately and I think Jeb will turn out to be an underwhelming candidate once the campaign gets underway. Assuming that none of his scandals catch up with him, that leaves Christie as the remaing establishment candidate.

Barring that, either Walker is able to emerge as a compromise candidate or I'm currentlty underestimating Jeb Bush.

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 on: Today at 11:20:14 pm 
Started by Orser67 - Last post by Jerseyrules
Al Gore might've been fun.  And minus Rielle Hunter, I feel like John Edwards could've been a solid choice.  Good-looking, fairly charismatic, solid liberal credentials, national exposure from being Kerry's number 2 in 04.  But what would've become of Joe Biden?  Secretary of State instead of Hillary?

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 on: Today at 11:18:07 pm 
Started by Clarko95 - Last post by Charlotte Hebdo
Well, is it what you're passionate about? I mean, at the end of the day, your majoring in accounting will mean that you become an accountant. Forget whether or not you suck at math... Do you want to be an accountant?

This, and if you "suck at math" I have a hard time seeing you be happy in that profession.

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 on: Today at 11:17:25 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Brewer
"Global warming"!!!! Eat it envirocommie libruls!!!!1!1!

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 on: Today at 11:16:22 pm 
Started by Clarko95 - Last post by HagridOfTheDeep
Well, is it what you're passionate about? I mean, at the end of the day, your majoring in accounting will mean that you become an accountant. Forget whether or not you suck at math... Do you want to be an accountant?

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 on: Today at 11:15:50 pm 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by Charlotte Hebdo
Wow... Golden Dawn not only survived the crackdown against them, they only lost one seat. I don't know whether to be impressed, scared or surprised.
Let us not overlook the satisfaction that the fascist party actually lost 50,000 votes in a situation of economical crisis and paranoia against the almighty banks-Troika-Merkel et al. I think we can nearly all agree on this one particular satisfaction tonight.

Being the third (or tied for the third) largest party in parliament is still nothing to sneeze at, though. Makes me wonder, if control the government came down to a coalition with Golden Dawn, would anyone do it?

At this point, it's a surprise when the far-right party doesn't do unexpectedly well.

There is a difference between a far right party and a far-far right party exposed as a criminal organization and competing with multiple other anti-immigration/tough on crime options. So XAs result was unexpectedly good. The ones predicting such a good result were (ironically) people ignorant of Greek politics.

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 on: Today at 11:14:02 pm 
Started by Nutmeg - Last post by Nutmeg
DC
FL: 14
MD: 3, 4, 5, 8
NM: 2
TX: 16, 23, 30
VA: 8, 10
Total: 12: 9 D, 3 R

U.S. totals:
2014: 55: 32 D, 23 R
2013: 41: 24 D, 17 R
2012: 52: 26 D, 26 R
2011: 82: 47 R, 34 D, 1 vacant
2010: 92: 61 D, 31 R
2009: 112: 61 D, 51 R
2008: 164: 90 D, 74 R

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 on: Today at 11:13:52 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by Del Tachi
Clinton would probably have a youngish running mate in 2016, and I imagine that he would become the prohibitive favorite due to high name recognition.  Someone like Cory Booker could easily become the Democratic front-runner in this scenario; I imagine that Kamala Harris will try establishing a national profile in the Senate as well.   

Her running mate will presumably be someone under 60, yes, but I don't think it's a foregone conclusion that it'll be someone with sufficient charisma to become "the prohibitive favorite".  Tim Kaine, for example, is a decent pol, but I just don't see a losing Clinton/Kaine ticket leading to Kaine-mania in the Democratic Party.  He'd poll well, just because of the name recognition conferred by becoming the VP nominee as you say, sure, but the prohibitive favorite?  I don't see it.


Didn't Joe Lieberman lead in some early polls for the 2004 Democratic nomination?

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 on: Today at 11:13:25 pm 
Started by Adam T - Last post by Fubart Solman
Given how high up Xavier Becerra is, I doubt that he'd abandon it for a senate run.

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 on: Today at 11:11:34 pm 
Started by tweed - Last post by L.D. Smith, Knight of Appalachia
Does it make sense to assign an age or time to this, or even to think of the Fall as something that happens to individuals rather than to humanity collectively?

Yes it does, because the understanding of choice and the consequences come at different points for different people. The mentally lame may never come to fully grasp it or grasp it late, the precocious may understand at a very early age, the average probably around 5-7.

Whenever that point is, is when there is the active drive to choose right or choose wrong...and since there is always but one right choice and many wrong ones (a good chunk of course appear to be good ones)...it is inherently so that at that point, someone will Fall to sin.

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