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 on: Today at 12:53:16 am 
Started by President-Elect Leinad - Last post by Eternal Senator North Carolina Yankee
Standard Operating Procedure When Labor Destroys Country or Just Loses Election Version 5.21 (Original Version released: June 2013).  

Attack, Attack, Attack Tongue

But my friend, all I am trying to do is get to the bottom of these conspiracies, realizing at the same time that I am providing priceless publicity to the Leinad/Lumine ticket.

I can link seven years of conspiracy both real and fake to take this all the way back to 2008, and a quote that will make one of your posts rather hilarious.

Well, in the final analysis, hilarity is, after all, the desired effect of this entire conspiracy exercise.

Smiley

Well it requires some digging so you'll need to be patient for the laughs. Tongue

Leinad was falsely accused of being a sock by the radicals, probably of JoMCar. JoMCar was recruited by PJ, who was accused of being a sock of Wolfentoad, who was in turn accused of being a sock of Napoleon (false, but we aren't going for facts here obviously Tongue). Napoleon actually was Hamilton (true) and Hamilton was recruited by the same guy who said this on December 15, 2008:

All power to the Regions!!!!

#illuminati confired, cue X-Files music.

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 on: Today at 12:51:39 am 
Started by ClintonianCake - Last post by Poo-tee-weet?
I'm not a Brexit supporter but the second option is closest to my motivation for being only tepidly pro-Remain. The fact that people like the truly odious Jean-Claude Juncker have openly contemplated going out of their way to punish Britain and its people for this would seem to vindicate at least some of the sense that the EU in its current incarnation is quasi-authoritarian and gangsterish. It's just that the people within Britain who stand to benefit from Brexit aren't any better.

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 on: Today at 12:51:12 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by TN volunteer
Major HP and a faux moderate.

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 on: Today at 12:50:44 am 
Started by Frodo - Last post by ag
The Treaty of Utrecht says that Gibraltar if it were to leave English-owned status would automatically be ceded Spain iirc. (Just found out) so that rules out the micronation idea.

Well yes but centuries old treaties can probably be changed. If it couldn't then Gibraltar would almost certainly refuse to leave the UK and the UK government could well get them a different deal with the EU than the rest of the UK. Trust me Gibraltan's fear of Spain's attempts to destroy their unique culture by submerging them back into Spain and their visceral dislike of the Spanish government is much stronger than their love of the EU.

A joint sovereignty does not necessarily implies that the identity or culture of Gibraltar is going to be submerged. The people of Gibraltar and their Andalusian neighbours have a peaceful cohabitation. I don't know why it should have to change. The inhabitants of the Rock would be still British citizens. Also, you seem to ignore the problems that the status of Gibraltar causes on tax evasion (the Rock is a tax haven), smuggling or the occasional disputes on the waters of the Bay of Algeciras. Joint sovereignty or a fair renegotiation of the Utrecht treaties (by which Menorca island was taken off from Spain, to be later recovered) could solve some of these problems, not stupid chauvinism.

Well, up till now "joint sovereignty" has been a very dirty word/phrase for nearly all Gibraltarians. Perhaps, this is the time for the Spanish government to start working on hearts and minds Smiley

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 on: Today at 12:48:15 am 
Started by Ted Bessell, Bass God of the UK - Last post by Eternal Senator North Carolina Yankee
You jumped the gun man, remember you used Pacific time. Tongue

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 on: Today at 12:44:59 am 
Started by #TheShadowyAbyss - Last post by SunriseAroundTheWorld
My Ideology: Right-Wing

PARTIES:
92% Republican (Domestic, Foreign, Social, Economic, Immigration, Environmental, Healthcare, Education, Electoral)
76% Constitution (Social, Environmental, Immigration, Education)
68% Libertarian (Economic, Social, Environmental, Education, Healthcare)
28% Democratic (Criminal and Science)
13% Green (Science)
11% Socialist (Science)

CANDIDATES:
82% D. Trump (Foreign, Domestic, Immigration, Environmental, Education, Electoral)
65% G. Johnson (Economic, Environmental, Education, Healthcare, Criminal, Science)
36% H. Clinton (Criminal and Science)
24% B. Sanders (Criminal and Science)
12% J. Stein (Science)

Privacy vs Security: 80%
Unilateralism vs Multilaterialism: 16%
Centralization vs Decentralization: 14%
Isolationism vs Imperialism: 74%
Populism vs Elitism: 100%
Environmentalism vs Anthropocentrism: 60%
Traditional vs Progressive: 50%
Globalization vs Protectionism: 58%
Multiculturalism vs Assimilation: 42%
Pacifism vs Militarism: 36%
Tough vs Tender: 76%
Collectivism vs Individualism: 64%
Small Gov't vs Big Gov't: 100%
Laissez-faire vs Keynesian: 54%
Regulation   vs Deregulation: 46%
Capitalism vs Socialism: 74%

Nothing surprising here.

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 on: Today at 12:44:33 am 
Started by ░▒▓████▓▒░ wow neat ░▒▓████▓▒░ - Last post by VERY fresh cultural marxism
yesterday i did more to protect against foreign invaders than the right has ever done (i liberated our serviceberry bush from the neighbors' knotweed)

Mind if I sig this?

go ahead Grin

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 on: Today at 12:43:41 am 
Started by Clyde1998 - Last post by Committeewoman Peebs
Leinad overpolled in all three. Impressive!

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 on: Today at 12:43:36 am 
Started by ░▒▓████▓▒░ wow neat ░▒▓████▓▒░ - Last post by Poo-tee-weet?
yesterday i did more to protect against foreign invaders than the right has ever done (i liberated our serviceberry bush from the neighbors' knotweed)

Mind if I sig this?

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 on: Today at 12:43:30 am 
Started by Dwarven Dragon - Last post by TN volunteer
Hassan lost reelection to her state senate seat in 2010, then successfully ran for governor two years later.

Yeah, but Climbing Maggie would haver never lost a statewide race in NH.

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