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 on: Today at 09:42:08 pm 
Started by Maxwell - Last post by Goldwater

 on: Today at 09:39:00 pm 
Started by Frodo - Last post by Wulfric
In other news, the sky is blue.

Democrats will not start winning in Midterms again until they fire DWS.

 on: Today at 09:31:58 pm 
Started by White Light - Last post by DC Al Fine
What is a schadenfreude?

Taking pleasure in another's pain.

 on: Today at 09:31:34 pm 
Started by ExtremeRepublican - Last post by True Federalist
People should support same sex-marriage whole heatedly, while being steadfastly opposed to abortion, of course.

Nah, normal, good people would be fine with both.

Killing of a living baby, that's fine.

It isn't living though?

People still believe a fetus is alive?

Is this real life?

It not just fantasy. I had a long riff on "Bohemian Rhapsody" that I lost to a bug before I could post it this morning and I don't like how my efforts to recreate it are going. Easy come easy go.

 on: Today at 09:28:50 pm 
Started by George W. Hobbes - Last post by Cathcon
Basically put, Republicans tack to the "left" on immigration and whatnot while solidifying a reputation as tax cutters, free traders, and whatnot. This results in the parties not being substantially different, policy-wise, but with substantially shifted public personas.

40. David H. Koch (Republican-Kansas)/George H.W. Bush (Republican-Texas) 1981-1989
41. Walter Mondale (Democrat-Minnesota)/William J. "Bill" Clinton (D-AR) 1989-1997
42. John S. McCain III (Republican-Arizona)/John Ellis Bush (Republican-Florida) 1997-2005
43. John Ellis Bush (Republican-Florida)/Willard "Mitt" Romney (Republican-Massachusetts) 2005-2009

44. Donald J. Trump (Democrat-New York)/James H. "Jim" Webb Jr. (Democrat-Virginia) 2009-2017

The 2016 race is shaping up between Vice President Jim Webb (D-VA)/Former Governor Brian Schweitzer (D-MT) and Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)/Former Senator Joseph I. "Joe" Lieberman (R-CT). To win their respective primaries, Webb fended off challenges from Senator and former Second Lady Hillary Clinton (D-AR), Governor Barack Obama (D-IL), Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and former Secretary of Defense Zell Miller (D-GA); Senator Rubio, meanwhile, faced former Governor George W. Bush (R-TX), Senator Scott Brown (R-MA), Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice (R-CA).


Businessman Donald J. "The Donald" Trump (Democrat-New York)/Senator James H. "Jim" Webb, Jr. (Democrat-Virginia) 346 electoral votes
President John Ellis "Jeb" Bush (Republican-Florida)/Vice President Willard M. "Mitt" Romney (Republican-Massachusetts) 192 electoral votes
Former Senator Lincoln Chafee (I-RI)/Former Senator Maurice "Mike" Gravel (I-AK) 0 electoral votes


President Donald J. Trump (Democrat-New York)/Vice President James H. "Jim" Webb, Jr. (Democrat-Virginia) 378 electoral votes
Former Vice President Willard H. "Mitt" Romney (Republican-Massachusetts)/Senator Lindsey Graham (Republican-South Carolina) 160 electoral votes

 on: Today at 09:21:15 pm 
Started by VP Duke - Last post by Lt. Governor Kent
Pardon me. I'm not a Senator, but as the Lt. Governor of the Northeast, I do have some interest here. Evergreen is, to the best of my knowledge, currently a member of the Northeast Assembly. Will she be able to perform the duties of both a Northeast Representative and the Registrar General?

 on: Today at 09:19:21 pm 
Started by White Light - Last post by Costco
Has Obama pardoned anyone other than a turkey in his entire terms?

 on: Today at 09:18:12 pm 
Started by ♥♦ 3peat 2016 ♣♠ - Last post by Mr. Morden
Brokered convention scenario leads to 75% Cuban ticket: either Cruz/Rubio or Rubio/Cruz.  Tongue

Why are people picking Joni Ernst? She literally just came to the Senate...

Didn't stop Sarah Palin.
And we saw how that turned out. Additionally, she's been here for a year. Sarah had prior experience and was governor for two years.


Palin: Elected governor in 2006, and so had 2 years experience by election day 2008.
Ernst: Elected senator in 2014, and so will have 2 years experience by election day 2016.

I meant Palin wasnt considered until 2008. Why would Ernst already be considered?

Considered by this forum?  Palin's name was being floated as early as July 2007:


Or do you mean considered by the presidential candidates?  In that case, I don't think any of the candidates are thinking too much about running mates yet, so the point seems moot.

 on: Today at 09:16:42 pm 
Started by danny - Last post by CrabCake the Liberal Magician
Ouch that last number is a stinger for Herzog.

 on: Today at 09:16:17 pm 
Started by ʕᴥʔ - Last post by ʕᴥʔ
Wait it's in-browser?

I had to download Firefox to get it to work but whatever.

So cool...

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