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News: Cast your Ballot in the 2016 Mock Election

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 on: Today at 03:26:06 pm 
Started by Gass3268 - Last post by publicunofficial
Woo-hoo. Go all liberal all the time.

Where do liberals stand on how to cook their steaks?  Need to know what not to order tonight ... or do they reject steaks all together?

A good conservative man should only ever have his steak well-done. Flavor and juiciness are for fruits and pansies.

 on: Today at 03:25:45 pm 
Started by Caripace Clavicle Moundshroud - Last post by ingemann
It wasn't obvious until after they came to power and in particular during the war that the nazis were just as bad as the communists, but by then it was too late. If it hadn't been for far left violence and the Weimar authorities failure to control it then World War Two and all its horrors could have been avoided.

No, chucklefu#*. it was really REALLY obvious to most non-cretins that Hitler was going to be as bad as he was. That is to most non-cretins who rightfully put RIGHT wing violence as the pre-eminent reason Hitler came to power.

All respect to you, but no it was not obvious that Hitler would be anything, but another strongman, he had written a book with very extreme views. But Europe was full of strongmen which had said extreme things. At the same time let's remember that the crimes of USSR was not unknown at the time. So there was a very real fear of USSR in Germany at the time, only made worse by the fact that the Versailles Treaty had weaken the German state's monopoly of force, which had enable the political violence of the Weimar Republic. So there was a demand for a strongman, even if he was a thug like Hitler.

 on: Today at 03:24:48 pm 
Started by The Arizonan - Last post by Stranger in a strange land
Kasich would have lost.

Kasich would not have won over the key white voters in MI, WI, and PA that Trump won over. 

Kasich also came off as a phony.  His informality seemed fake, contrived.  He'd have done well, but he would not have won over the folks he needed to win over to win it all.

Even if all that is true, he would have still been running against Hillary Clinton. He might have lost PA & MI, but he would have nailed down the Red States more securely and still would have won both the PV and the EV at the end of the day.

 on: Today at 03:24:33 pm 
Started by ERM64man - Last post by ERM64man
Nah, I like partisan affiliation in downballot things (including voter registration) ... helps us make our maps.
The office of state attorney general should be nonpartisan because candidates in partisan races are more likely to be determined by a party's base. A state executive branch office that works with the judicial system should be impartial. A state's attorney general is different than a chief executive or a legislator. Their job is not to legislate or sign legislation. Candidates should be chosen by overall consensus, as opposed to party nomination. Voters should read about candidates, not just vote because they have D or R next to their name.

 on: Today at 03:24:27 pm 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by shua
to Rolling Stone, anything that isn't cool and current is strange, exotic and hilarious. 

 on: Today at 03:24:15 pm 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by Zioneer
Let me put it this way, I'm a Mormon, a religion considered incredibly weird by much of America, and I have never heard that form of address before. Pence is weird.

 on: Today at 03:23:36 pm 
Started by Franzl - Last post by Klartext89
Too bad that the AfD decided to keep Höcke today.

This guy is a nut and deserved to be kicked out for his recent comments.
No, god, no! Höcke is the best thing that could have happen. No sane person doubts that this man is a fascist, he makes it much easier to prove that the same goes for his party.

Fascists punch people with different opinions in the face, e.g, happened multiple times in Washington last weekend. The true fascists are the self-annonced "anti-fascists". Höcke is a true German patriot who says what a hell lot of people in Germany are thinking. And (I know you're not interested in the truth, but maybe someone else) he only said what even the Jewish founder of this crazy stone monument in Berlin said about it. No big deal, I doubt that outside the far-left bubble anyone hardly cared.

 on: Today at 03:23:21 pm 
Started by MT Treasurer - Last post by xīngkěruì
Didn't you say that you really weren't very fond of him not that long ago?

Anyway, definitely HP.

 on: Today at 03:23:00 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by publicunofficial
So Rasmussen has Trump up 11 and Gallup has him down 10?

gallup has him even. there is a liar in this thread.

I think he just looked at the splash page and assumed the total was 100.

Someone on the last page said 45-55, I think.

Harry Enten (538, Democrat): 45-45 (https://twitter.com/ForecasterEnten/status/823591805564370945)

Nate Cohn (NY Times, Siena College, Democrat): 45-45 (https://twitter.com/Nate_Cohn/status/823591838036721664)

I assume they have premium accounts...

They must be total partisan hacks to assume it's not 55%

 on: Today at 03:22:34 pm 
Started by ExtremeRepublican - Last post by Santander
Whites are the most diverse racial group in America in just about every way imaginable. There is no way this could happen.

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