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News: Don't forget to get your 2013 Gubernatorial Endorsements and Predictions in!

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 on: Today at 05:53:45 pm 
Started by I left my heart in the back of the cab - Last post by bronz4141
Maybe 2028 or 2032.

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 on: Today at 05:52:57 pm 
Started by Altsomn Jósef Stmarken - Last post by Zioneer
The guy lost any credibility when he said Scott Brown was one of the best politicians in this country.

LOL, but you have to be good to win as a Republican in Massachusetts ^^

You also have to have Martha Coakley as an opponent.

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 on: Today at 05:52:53 pm 
Started by pbrower2a - Last post by Beet
They see it as an easier alternative but it still is a middleman

Why do they see it as an easier alternative?

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Utilizing fair arguments and business acumen.

Why do you need a union to do that? I can think of fair arguments and develop business acumen myself.

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On this we agree but some might say the govt should do more to regulate or enforce how the private sector manages hires, specifically in regard to skill, race, experience, etc.

What does collective bargaining have to do with my race? I don't care about the race of my coworkers. I can collectively bargain together equally with blacks, whites, or hispanics.

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 on: Today at 05:52:52 pm 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by afleitch

Scotland sees Labour to be more right-wing than any other part of the UK. In fact Scotland sees every UK-wide party to be more right wing that anywhere else in the UK (excluding the Greens).


What a bright bunch we are Cheesy

The problem for Scottish Labour is that they might find themselves drifting 'rightward' by default. Certainly if they suffer significant losses to the SNP this year, they will likely perform better in the Aberdeen Souths, Edinburgh Souths and East Renfrewshires of Scotland. If they do, then they will win the sorts of seats they lost in 2011 and loose the sorts of seats they won in 2011, which makes negotiating the 2016 campaign a nightmare, with more added hellishness if they find up in some Commons agreement with the SNP.

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 on: Today at 05:51:12 pm 
Started by Nichlemn - Last post by Goldwater
I think a good case could be made for Idaho. Wyoming is small enough that a sudden increase in population could change it's political leanings, I could see Utah could voting Democrat if the election happens to be a Mormon Democrat vs. a Republican that makes controversial negative comments about Mormons/Mormonism, and Idaho is one of the states that has voted Republican since 1968, meaning it's already been voting for the same party for almost 50 years.

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 on: Today at 05:50:48 pm 
Started by buritobr - Last post by Mister Mets
Are blue-collar workers disproportionately Democratic.

Some of the subgroups would seem to favor Republicans.

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White collar workers are those who self-identify as professionals or managers. Blue collar workers are those who self-identify as assistants and clerical workers, technicians and repair workers, artists and entertainers, service workers, laborers, salespersons, operators, skilled trade workers, assemblers, or former military.

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 on: Today at 05:48:06 pm 
Started by NE Lt. Governor Griffin - Last post by IceSpear
Atlas, where Jim Webb and Martin O'Malley are serious candidates.

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 on: Today at 05:47:56 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Mr. Morden
Update XXII: Cleaning Up the Meat (literally this time)

Yeah, there should be no need for a name poll this time.


There could be a few variations though:

Update XXII: Cleaning Up the Meat at [redacted]

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 on: Today at 05:46:48 pm 
Started by Scott - Last post by bronz4141
Arkansas will in 2016. Hillary fits their style of Democrats. Working class appeal.

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 on: Today at 05:46:47 pm 
Started by Sibboleth - Last post by Senator North Carolina Yankee
For a minute I thought he said "This man doesn't speak for me". Tongue

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