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 on: Today at 12:40:00 pm 
Started by LibertarianRepublican - Last post by bobloblaw
Possibly. There is a real purity demand on the far right. Only Cruz or Palin is good enough for them

 on: Today at 12:38:53 pm 
Started by Keystone Phil - Last post by bobloblaw
Evne though it is settled, the Dems will trot out the John Doe stuff once more. Watch for some partisan hack Dem DA to try and revive the corrpution charges.

 on: Today at 12:38:43 pm 
Started by incredibly specific types of post-punk music - Last post by Eraserhead

He probably is but like a master storyteller he knows that the official announcement will be the perfect way to end the 20th season.

 on: Today at 12:38:25 pm 
Started by Mr. Illini - Last post by Miles
Quinn vs Obama:

Turnout (it was about 48% citywide):

Interestingly, turnout was comparatively high in both Quin's best ward and the ones that swing hardest against him.  

 on: Today at 12:36:00 pm 
Started by Antonio V - Last post by Sibboleth
It's now clear that Renzi supremely sneaky bastard, very much in the style of the political tradition that he comes from. Which - given that he is evidently good at that kind of thing - may well be exactly what the Left needs at the moment.

 on: Today at 12:35:00 pm 
Started by Senator bore - Last post by Mideast Senator windjammer
I agree with Cranberry here, in that I don't see how any interpretation of the rules lets citizens post automatic impeachments in the legislation introduction thread.
Well, this is automatic. You're not going to say "Oh my god, Griffin posted in the thread, we will ignore the automatic impeachment."

 on: Today at 12:34:57 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Eraserhead
Has the Brown family ever been to the Cheesecake Factory? They are a chain that is well known for having extremely large portion sizes and calorie counts. Seems like it'd be their style.

No, we haven't.  And, we won't, either.  The last thing that Dad had before he was diagnosed was a piece of cheesecake.  I'm not a fan of cheesecake myself, so there's no need to go there.

Bushie, dia-beet-us is not like contaminated meat.  You don't catch it from one serving.

Haha, oh dear... Classic Bushie™.

 on: Today at 12:33:37 pm 
Started by mattyman - Last post by bobloblaw
Hillary's primary lead is down to 38 points.
She's tying the guy Obama beat by 4.
I think some wheels are starting to come off the inevitable bus.

Wait until she starts talking

 on: Today at 12:31:31 pm 
Started by mattyman - Last post by bobloblaw
What's with the random main question about Iran?

53-36 believe the economy is getting better. The first time it's been over 50% in Obama's Presidency. It was only 46-43 before the 2012 election.

For most people their perception of the economy is gas prices. I noticed during GW Bush term, when gas prices fluctuated much more than today, his approval rating was most closely tied to the price of gasoline. Under Obama, gas prices have been fairly stable until 3-4 months ago.

 on: Today at 12:30:31 pm 
Started by sg0508 - Last post by bobloblaw
Bush is the strongest candidate and appeals to moderates and Hispanics very well. 

Conservative turnout will tank with Bush and ther is no evidence he'd do well with Mexicans who make up the largest Hispanic population.

Walker is the best.

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