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 on: Today at 03:05:21 am 
Started by Snowguy716 - Last post by RR1997
Should be by the end of this year or early 2016

Please f[inks]ng stop.

I'm tired of far right-wingers trying to predict a recession every year. Remember when the next Great Recession was supposed to happen in 2014? Just predict a global recession every year, and eventually you'll be correct.

Anyways, the next global recession will probably not happen for another decade or so.
What goes up must come down, and since most of the world has yet to go up from the 2008 crash, I'd say we're a good decade away from having to come down again.


This sums up my views pretty well.

 on: Today at 03:03:58 am 
Started by Queen Mum Inks.LWC - Last post by Zen Lunatic
Let's spend the night together-The Rolling Stones

 on: Today at 03:03:55 am 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by YL
More Ashcroft polls.

Bristol West: Labour 13 points ahead of Green, 18 ahead of incumbent Lib Dem
Bristol NW: Tories 9 points ahead of Labour
Rochester & Strood: Tories 3 points ahead of UKIP
Thurrock: UKIP 4 points ahead of Lab, 5 ahead of Con
High Peak: Con 2 ahead of Lab
Colne Valley: Con 2 ahead of Lab

All margin of error stuff except the two Bristol seats, where West is horrible for the Lib Dems (that's a 19% swing from LD to Lab) and NW disappointing for Labour.

Caveats as usual.

 on: Today at 03:03:44 am 
Started by Computer09 - Last post by Senator North Carolina Yankee
This color coding is terrible by the way. Tongue

1787 - 1824: Federalist
1824-1834: National Republican
1834-1854: Whigs
1854- : Republican

Since the question was about registration, not id or voting patterns.

I would have voted for Madison, Monroe and for FDR once or twice without hindsight.

 on: Today at 03:03:38 am 
Started by retromike22 - Last post by True Federalist
I suspect this strategy is far more about drawing in volunteers and funds from marginal areas to be used in more competitive areas.  So long as the effort draws in at least sufficient new fundraising to pay for itself, it's a net positive

 on: Today at 03:02:14 am 
Started by Snowstalker - Last post by CrabCake
So labour does well in cities?

Tell me more comrade

Not necessarily...

 on: Today at 03:01:59 am 
Started by LibertarianRepublican - Last post by Zen Lunatic
I think he could since the environment is a huge issue and he could reasonably get to her left on Hunan issue.

 on: Today at 03:00:15 am 
Started by Zen Lunatic - Last post by RR1997
Both are awful policies.

 on: Today at 02:58:22 am 
Started by Zen Lunatic - Last post by Zen Lunatic
They both have downsides. Guaranteed employment makes me think of absurd make-work programs (breaking and replacing windows or digging and filling ditches) because there simply isn't enough work to go around for the entire labor force, and 0% unemployment (as in "anybody who wants a job has a job") will be terrible for people who are hiring and need to expand their labor force. The negative economic distortion of a guaranteed income seems less severe than guaranteed employment, which would utterly screw up the job market, lead to massive inflation as wages skyrocket due to people having to raise salaries to attract people to new jobs, and probably slow the rise of new companies and lead to a more stifled economy.

While I tend to lean towards the side of guaranteed income I don't think that you would necessarily have to go out of your way to create bullsh**t jobs, there are plenty of roads and bridges which could use repairing as it is, not to mention things like solar panel installation.

 on: Today at 02:57:05 am 
Started by LibertarianRepublican - Last post by LibertarianRepublican

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