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 on: Today at 01:39:19 pm 
Started by IceSpear - Last post by Ectoplasm X
You know something? Other websites are saying this is a very bold move by Weiland. Why all the Debbie Downerism here?

Which is worse: Rounds's scandal, or this?

Probably because Weiland is going to cost us this seat and should have dropped out when Pressler started surging, or better yet, never ran in the first place.

Pressler is overrated. Orman is a much better candidate.

No offense or anything, but what's your point?  What matters is that Pressler could've won a head-to-head with Rounds while Weiland has shown he couldn't beat a bowl of tomato soup.  Given that Pressler would've caucus with the Democrats and voted well to the left of his state, who cares whether he's stronger or weaker than Orman?  Pressler may be somewhat weaker than Orman, but Weiland is about fifty times weaker than Chad Taylor Tongue

 on: Today at 01:37:38 pm 
Started by Speaker SWE - Last post by Mechaman
Mung Beans, you seemed to imply that the claim was false.  I intended to show, regardless of my personal views of Humphrey, that it is pretty factual that HHH did support the things SWE claimed.  Sure, I admit I don't judge him on that alone (hell if the Rothbardists were alive back then they would be shaking with religious fervor to just shoot anybody with commie sympathies) and do acknowledge that practically everybody at the height of the second Red Scare era would've supported similar measures.  However, voting records are absolute fact, whether you like it or not.

There are plenty of other reasons to not like the man, especially as his post LBJ career shows.

 on: Today at 01:36:51 pm 
Started by Miles - Last post by Rockefeller GOP
Braley will win.

Ernst will win.

This is fun!

 on: Today at 01:35:24 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Lief
The Bronx or Manhattan- there are a lot of Liberals in those two counties who are huge De Blasio Supporters and are unhappy with Cuomo.

The Bronx was one of Cuomo's best counties in the primaries. He won like 80% of the vote there...

 on: Today at 01:34:42 pm 
Started by Miles - Last post by Rockefeller GOP
Yeah, unfortunately for NH, Shaheen seems to be pulling this out...

Agreed.  Brown would be a great Senator, and we need more Republicans like him in DC.

 on: Today at 01:33:35 pm 
Started by Tetro Kornbluth - Last post by Grumps
Keep posting inside of the Update all you guys want, but I'm getting tired of the Forum Community board being filled with new threads everyday about some random crap that BushOklahoma posted about his life. Every few lines it's "Will Bushie (this)?" or "Is Bushie (that)?".

Don't click on the thread then. 

I can understand Clark's point to an extent, but the FC board isn't the highbrow board some others are.  We have threads on Ingress tattoos, Torie's troll thread, How would feel threads, mines, etc.......not exactly riveting reading to the point where other threads regarding Our Dear Friend are detracting from an otherwise pristine board.

Exactly.  I don't know what Clarky wants to read in lieu of things about Bushie, "Which Disney princess does the previous poster's signature invoke"?

Let's not forget the gay pickup site - PAPOY

 on: Today at 01:33:29 pm 
Started by illegaloperation - Last post by Rockefeller GOP
By the way: None of this mentions that plenty of the white voters would have delivered Democratic pickups of Arkansas and West Virginia to Hillary Clinton in 2008. In West Virginia, we know about the racism that was blatant in that state. In Arkansas, women reduced 49 percent Democratic support for a 2004 John Kerry down to 39 percent support for a 2008 Barack Obama. (Men stayed at 40 percent in 2008, as they performed in 2004.) The women in Arkansas may have been the "PUMAs" we heard so much about during Election 2008. So, if we're not getting a 40-state landslide for a winning Democrat, Republicans are welcome to carrying these two states.

Why don't you have a red avatar?

As for the OP, it touches on an often forgotten truth: especially when it comes to non-Presidential elections, this idea that a Democrat-Republican divide is synonymous with a cosmopolitan-rural divide is just frankly simplistic.  Rural Arkansans have been more Democratic than suburban Arkansans for decades.

 on: Today at 01:31:51 pm 
Started by Miles - Last post by Wulfric
Yeah, unfortunately for NH, Shaheen seems to be pulling this out...

 on: Today at 01:29:11 pm 
Started by Scott - Last post by Speaker SWE

 on: Today at 01:27:42 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by angus
Reminds me of this.


Anyway, this is all very disturbing.  All of it.

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