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 on: Today at 06:22:01 pm 
Started by TDAS04 - Last post by NE Rep SWE
Probably the most dangerous senator in America after Al Franken.

What makes Al Franken more dangerous to someone of ideology than say, Tammy Baldwin or Sherrod Brown?
Franken used bad words to describe conservatives you see.

 on: Today at 06:20:59 pm 
Started by Senator Lumine - Last post by Spamage
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Jan-Jun 1903

--Arthur Balfour, the nephew of the beloved late Prime Minister Salisbury shall take up the office and continue to expand the might, power, and majesty of the British Empire. Salisbury is to have an elaborate funeral and is to be mourned throughout London.

--In Palestine announce that no Palestinians shall be forcibly relocated and the country shall be partitioned between Jews and Muslims. The Holy City of Jerusalem is to remain in the hands of the British Military as a free religious zone. No Muslim rights shall or will be trampled upon as we believe them true British Citizens and are proud to have them as part of our Empire.

--Pull back temporarily in Nigeria until tensions cool elsewhere in the Empire. Ask the Sultan for a peaceful mediation and in the meantime to halt the fighting there.

--Westminster shall pass a series of laws which serve to strengthen the British Empire. Research into aeronautics shall be expanded, as shall naval technology. In British schools offer scholarships to be given to the academically astute who may lack the income for schooling. Encourage factory construction in Africa, Egypt, Australia, India, and Canada with expanded roads and electricity in Britain proper.

--Britain urges Russia and Japan to seek a solution without bloodshed. We shall mobilize our men and gather our ships, but we will not declare war yet, as we are dealing with the death of a Prime Minister and a Muslim crisis. We have no wishes for war and reassert we want both sides to look for a peaceful solution.

To: Russian Empire, Empire of Japan
From: UK

We urge you to seek peace before this escalates too far.

 on: Today at 06:20:27 pm 
Started by Simfan34 - Last post by ChairmanSanchez
Chances are, she probably wouldn't usher in a New Great Depression, but people probably thought the same of Hoover at the time.

Your scare mongering is laughable and has no place in serious political discussion.

Logic is not a requirement for anti-Hillary circlejerks.
I'm surprised you even recognize logic, judging by your own equally egregious (and less entertaining/flamboyant) posts about Hillary. I mean, for God sakes, your whole existence on this forum is defending Hillary to the death. If you’re that confident of victory in 2016, why do you even bother with the idiots like me?

 on: Today at 06:20:24 pm 
Started by TDAS04 - Last post by Sol
Probably the most dangerous senator in America after Al Franken.

What makes Al Franken more dangerous to someone of your ideology than say, Tammy Baldwin or Sherrod Brown?

 on: Today at 06:19:25 pm 
Started by angryGreatness - Last post by Invisible Obama
Udall will win in the end. This is how Colorado polling acts literally every cycle.
Blah, blah, blah, like a broken record. You Democrats eat that up like trash.

Calm down, child.

 on: Today at 06:18:43 pm 
Started by Dallasfan65 - Last post by Malcolm X
If Vance and Cleveland tie, Vance should make it to the final round since he came second in the actual election.

 on: Today at 06:18:42 pm 
Started by Senator North Carolina Yankee - Last post by Cincinnatus
I'm extremely leery about this, especially given what may constitute of 'evidence' may in fact be nothing of value.

Yes, the innocent have a right to live peacefully after trial. We have the presumption of innocent until proven guilty for a reason. I fear that if we allowed this, innocent people would spend their lives in fear of retrial because "evidence" arose leading to another costly trial and defense.

"Absolute" is also difficult to define. Even absolutely evidence can sometimes be explained away.

Absolute is difficult to define, I agree, and yes, it should be reasonable for people to live peacefully after trial.  However, how can we impose absolute limits on the ability to try someone again, provided evidence comes to light?  Should there be stringent restrictions?  Yes.  Should we be constitutionally unable to have retrials?  I'm not so sure.

 on: Today at 06:17:35 pm 
Started by ShadowOfTheWave - Last post by Senator Goldwater

 on: Today at 06:17:07 pm 
Started by Sol - Last post by Sol

Massive Horrible Organization.

 on: Today at 06:16:10 pm 
Started by IDS Legislator Maxwell - Last post by Eraserhead
I find her very physically attractive but her music is bad.

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