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 on: Today at 10:18:39 am 
Started by 美国寰论坛海报 - Last post by Never
Like I said Sonny Perdue just like Deal had controversies.

He came in on the Confederate flag issue that divided blks who overwhelmingly vote for Taylor in 2006, but in not large enough numbers. Also in 2003, he failed to disclose Jackson Lake as summer home

Perdue also only has a high school education.

If blacks couldn't turn out enough in a Democratic wave like 2006 to defeat a Republican, how are they going to deliver the election to Nunn in a year like this?  Also, Perdue does have a bachelor's in industrial engineering and a master's in operations research from Georgia Tech. Handel was the one with just a HS diploma.

 on: Today at 10:15:34 am 
Started by 美国寰论坛海报 - Last post by GaussLaw

 on: Today at 10:14:34 am 
Started by R2D2 - Last post by Senator TNF
How could the Democrats feasibly adopt a tougher anti-illegal immigration stance? Obama has deported more illegal immigrants than any President in U.S. history.

Rhetoric =/= action. Regardless of how he's handled the immigration issue, the party has still articulated a pro-illegal immigrant (not necessarily a pro-illegal immigration) stance. Feasibly speaking, I'm talking about settling on both issues. Perhaps not within 10 years, but maybe 20-30, though honestly I was just trying to pick an issue that Democrats are hardline on now.

Neither party is remotely "pro-illegal immigrant." The rhetoric of Obama and the Democrats is that of a 'path to citizenship', 'background checks', 'fines and requirements to learn English', and deportations for those who do not abide in that process. A truly pro-undocumented worker policy would be one that ends ICE raids, grants immediate and unconditional amnesty (with no fines, no requirements to learn English or any of that nativist nonsense) to undocumented workers and recognizes open borders with Canada and Mexico alike.

 on: Today at 10:14:10 am 
Started by PASOK Leader Hashemite - Last post by RogueBeaver
AssNat just voted to adopt the 13 region plan. Wonder how long till the Senate sends it to Flanby for signature.

 on: Today at 10:12:33 am 
Started by solarstorm2012 - Last post by GaussLaw
Rick Weiland

I mean, just listen to that song. 

 on: Today at 10:12:31 am 
Started by solarstorm2012 - Last post by OC
She is a better candidate than Landrieu. She has been near 50 percent to avoid a runoff since her campaign begun. I dont like to say she wont win a runoff, hopefully she avoids one.

 on: Today at 10:09:56 am 
Started by Miles - Last post by Iosif
It is newsworthy because a high controversial, much maligned piece of legislation is working despite a large opposition who insisted (to put it very nicely) that it would not.

To put it nicely, a large number of people believed it when legislators had claimed previously that they understood that the fact that Americans spend at least one-sixth of their money on medical care was a problem, and that they would attempt to deal with this bureaucracy and inefficiency.  To put it nicely, a large number of people were quite surprised when a number of legislators claimed never to have read it even as they voted on it.  To put it nicely, no one is surprised at the fact that when someone puts a gun to your head and asks you to buy something, you buy it.  To put it nicely, if that's what you call "working" then yes, I'd have to agree that the PPACA is working very nicely.  Here, buy this or pay a fine.  That all works out very nicely, doesn't it?

A nominal fine is a gun to the head.

No hyperbole here.

 on: Today at 10:09:47 am 
Started by TheHawk - Last post by TheHawk
Also, any particular reason the poll question asks for the "Democrat frontrunner" rather than the "Democratic frontrunner"?
Republicans are obsessed with using "Democrat" where "Democratic" would work better for some bizarre reason.

I know. It's a degrading smear tactic and I sought to call him out on it.

Now we're just grasping for straws. It's a term, not an insult, Mr. Ventura

 on: Today at 10:08:21 am 
Started by TDAS04 - Last post by Tender Branson
Oiss Guade, as we would say here.


 on: Today at 10:07:46 am 
Started by TheHawk - Last post by TheHawk
Biden or Warren, which is why I think it's stupid shes not on the list.

She has made a Shermanesque statement saying she's not running

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