Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?
August 24, 2016, 01:50:12 am
HomePredMockPollEVCalcAFEWIKIHelpLogin Register
News: Atlas Hardware Upgrade complete October 13, 2013.

Pages: 1 2 3 4 [5] 6 7 8 9 10

 41 
 on: Today at 12:52:07 am 
Started by Lyin' Steve - Last post by Lyin' Steve
He's at 9% in the PPP poll with Trump at 39% and he's gotten barely any coverage.  I wouldn't be surprised if that's like 50% of his name recognition.  If he gets that Romney cash and floods the Utah airwaves, while Trump continues to decline, could he win with like 30-35% of the vote?


 42 
 on: Today at 12:51:57 am 
Started by Rep. JCL - Last post by Fmr. Pres. Griffin
You don't give a sh**t about the right. You want them divided, defeated and downsized by an exodus of those sick of leftwing dominance. You got burned the last time you tried to pull that off, but clearly you have learned nothing and forgotten everything and feel sorry for your Party members who likely face the same fate once UA or perhaps some other centrist party inherits the earth NLC style.

You know what? No. You've been rambling and despite my desire to be succinct, you're not going to slide by with that.

You all didn't seem to be all too concerned with that when you were playing enablers to Hamilton's Liberal cult. You all didn't have the gall to stand up to Progressive Union when it seemingly posed a threat. Despite your private concerns about TPP, you guys never had the gall to publicly or privately declare war on them until your precious little Senate seat was snatched away from you. All of those threatened Labor, so you loved it.

Still, though, you didn't have the testicular fortitude to fight back against CR when it emerged and began to poach your office holders and members. And apparently, you don't have the stones to fight back against the UA, which is almost exclusively taking people from your hemisphere as we speak.

Say what you will about my strategies, but the only reason the Federalists have been able to be such appeasers and political opportunists is because you've been the naturally weaker of the two parties throughout almost all of this. It's very unlikely that a wishy-washy right-center party is going to dominate the game, and there's freedom in that for you.

If Labor had responded to the splinter left movements and parties in the same way that you guys have responded to them and your own threats, then the game would already be dominated by a one-party cult. You may think Labor has enabled some of these movements, but Labor is the only reason these movements and parties have also been defeated.

See my sig: you called me Churchill. You're the real Chamberlain.

 43 
 on: Today at 12:50:48 am 
Started by Rep. JCL - Last post by Eternal Senator North Carolina Yankee
Yes, your old tricks including screwing over your own Presidents (especially the best among them) and propping up radicals, crazies and traitors (Because its "part of doing business"), have done wonders for the game. Among such old tricks include desperately trying to fracture and destroy the Federalist Party, despite the fact when your wish almost came to pass you got scared sh**tless by the prospect of an amorphous centrist Party (controlled by above mentioned forces who you helped facilitate I would add) absorbing its voting power and dominating your helpless Labor party.

Genius man, sheer genius.

You don't give a sh**t about the right. You want them divided, defeated and downsized by an exodus of those sick of leftwing dominance. You got burned the last time you tried to pull that off, but clearly you have learned nothing and forgotten everything and feel sorry for your Party members who likely face the same fate once UA or perhaps some other centrist party inherits the earth NLC style.

RIP New Labor. It has clearly been crucified on a Cross of Griffin. Called it, months ago.

I literally came back to the game two days ago. That's a lot of accomplishments - even for me - in 48 hours!

In the Words of Ronald Reagan
Mr Senator North Carolina Yankee, PPT
There you go Again

You left the game?

Unlike in late 2013, you have "people" who ensure that whenever you are gone, your worst intincts and desires are advanced. And I predicted this months ago when you were still President.

You are a sh**t stirring, hell raiser at heart. Being straight man as President to "save the game" drove your batsh**t crazy. No you are going to have fun again!

 44 
 on: Today at 12:49:16 am 
Started by Speaker Kent - Last post by Goldwater
This bill as written does not reflect the current legal reality of the situation. So what do we want to try to do? Repeal the 1984 and set just a drinking age for those areas under federal jurisdiction and leave the regions to do what they want?   Put forward a single minimum age for the whole country?  Or, modify the 1984 bill to a different age?  (I honestly don't get the idea that we would take away highway funding for a region having a drinking age of 24. What is the logic of that?  ) Or, come up with an entirely new policy?


Not that I have a say anymore, but this one was closest to my original intent. First of all, I anted to eliminate any connection to highway funding, and second of all I thought the minimum age should be 18 instead of 21. After bring up this idea to some people privately, they suggested that going for regional rights would be the better approach for gaining broad support, which is why the weirdly worded bill ended up the way it did.

 45 
 on: Today at 12:48:48 am 
Started by Committeeman Kingpoleon - Last post by Heisenberg
Wouldn't be surprised, relieved that it's not Trump, worried that it is Clinton.

You're a Republican again? Smiley

Yeah, registered as D mostly to temporarily protest Trump's nomination, also cause I wanted to vote for Murphy lol, early voted today.
Welcome home! I sure hope for the sake of our party we nominate someone who is far less divisive, and far more inclusive.

 46 
 on: Today at 12:47:53 am 
Started by Rep. JCL - Last post by Eternal Senator North Carolina Yankee
Still, it's entertaining how leaders of the right always have to inauthentically pretend they don't believe JCL is an embarrassment that has to be carefully managed. It's been a constant for chairmen past and present over the last 4+ years, lol. It's funny how some things never change. I check in and it's all the same.

The irony is, just like a certain disappointing election a year ago, here too I also faced a horrible work schedule working against me.

Perhaps you would note that back in May, we did elect JCL and another very controversial social conservative (probably more controversial than JCL, and he actually got reelected last weekend), along with a Libertarian and two mainstream Conservatives. For the one millonth time, JCL was fighting a three way battle for votes and he has also had some RL events far more important than Atlasia occuring in this past term, which as you should know, I am painfully aware can often impact the next election severely.

I am not generally embarrassed by my party members. I agree with them on most issues and those that we don't, I respectfully disagree and focus mainly on those issues that we can all agree on and I try my best to ensure they can get get elected. 

 47 
 on: Today at 12:44:44 am 
Started by Lincoln Republican - Last post by Senator Scott
Harambe's legacy lives on.

 48 
 on: Today at 12:44:39 am 
Started by j92185 - Last post by Heisenberg
Senate Majority Leader
Attorney General

 49 
 on: Today at 12:43:46 am 
Started by BuckeyeNut - Last post by The Unbearable Invicibility of Hillary Clinton
Well, the recovery is off to a good start.  There are several advantages compared to Katrina.  You have a functioning electrical grid, you have functioning water/sewer, you have gravity working for you (flood waters drained out while in New Orleans you had to pump water out from below sea level over a levee--once repaired)  In Katrina, you couldn't even return to your house for 30 days, in this flood you could get back to your house in 2-3 days.  My wife has two cousins who flooded and they've both been able to remove carpeting and cut out drywall.

FEMA is better run and locals have more experience so there's that too.

The state will be looking for Congress to provide more money that FEMA can under current law.  I guess the possible big rub with that is that Louisiana is represented by a bunch of Republicans that voted against the Hurricane Sandy relief.

While damage was widespread, the Parish most impacted was Livingston Parish, which is the whitest Parish in the state.  It was a rural David Duke Parish but has been overrun by white suburbanites moving out of Baton Rouge.  

In general the flood gives JBE an opportunity to shine while a bunch of Republicans will have to do a bunch of ideological contortioning while begging for money.

 50 
 on: Today at 12:40:19 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by rpryor03
GOOD OL ROCKY TOP, WOO!

Pages: 1 2 3 4 [5] 6 7 8 9 10


Login with username, password and session length

Logout

Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines