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 61 
 on: Today at 02:31:08 pm 
Started by ApatheticAustrian - Last post by Parrotguy
So, a cabinet filled entirely with Billionaires/Millionaires, Generals and random congressmen. Zero professionals or people with governing experience. Great.

This is the single dumbest post I've read in all my years on Atlas

Why? He has no former Governors or mayors leading departments, and almost no professionals who actually have real experience with their departments.

 62 
 on: Today at 02:31:06 pm 
Started by A18 - Last post by My God-Emperor Is Alive!
If Germany Had Won The First World War...


1936:



✔ Charles Curtis [R-KS]/Frank Knox [R-MA] - 271 EV
Jack Reed [CSA-NY]/Earl Browder [CSA-NJ] - 136 EV
Huey Long [AU-LA]/Charles Coughlin [AU-MI] - 90 EV
John Nance Garner [D-TX]/Henry A. Wallace [D-IA] - 34 EV

The most controversial election in American history eventually led to Vice-President Charles Curtis becoming the first Native American President in history, recieving just enough electoral votes to win the Presidency and succeed Herbert Hoover.

However, Huey Long demanded a recount, believing that Curtis and the Republicans had stolen the election. Meanwhile, Jack Reed and the CSA (Combined Syndicates Of America) refused to recognize the results of the election all together.

President-elect Curtis, with the blessing of outgoing President Hoover, attempted to unite the nation, gathering himself, Long and Reed in Chicago to hold a summit.

It was not to be, admidst the riots, Reed and Long stormed out of the conference. In the following weeks, several states declared their intentions to secede from the union, while the CSA declared the establishment of a Syndicalist state.

In the chaos, the Pacific States seceded from the union, and Entente troops occupied much of the northeast.

The 2nd American Civil War was about to begin...



 63 
 on: Today at 02:30:37 pm 
Started by ApatheticAustrian - Last post by hermit
this is not about the election.

this is about integrity and learning about the future

and ofc it hurts trump.

Still, if these investigations have no consequences, they don't make any sense to me.

And as we have learned, nothing hurts Trump. The dirtier the laundry the more he is liked.

 64 
 on: Today at 02:29:22 pm 
Started by LLR - Last post by White Trash
I am merging this with Labor because, no surprise, it didn't go anywhere Tongue

After the election, I will publish a platform/agenda as a guide for the direction we believe Labor should head in.
Sign me up.

 65 
 on: Today at 02:28:13 pm 
Started by riceowl - Last post by Runeghost
Now he's whining about it:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/12/10/trump-doesnt-seem-like-person-year-label/95260548/

Apparently he was offended that he wasn't named Pussygrabber of the Year.

He's going to either have a stroke, quit or kill himself within a year. His poor ego just can't take this level of oppression.

 66 
 on: Today at 02:28:08 pm 
Started by LLR - Last post by LLR
I am merging this with Labor because, no surprise, it didn't go anywhere Tongue

After the election, I will publish a platform/agenda as a guide for the direction we believe Labor should head in.

 67 
 on: Today at 02:27:47 pm 
Started by Scarlet Awakening - Last post by hermit

On a serious note, my heart belongs to the Green Party, but my sensibilities say it's not a viable party for the 21st century. Maybe in the year 3000.

I am hanging loose until the next election cycle, when I will vote against Trump, probably with the Dems again.

 68 
 on: Today at 02:26:25 pm 
Started by rpryor03 - Last post by LLR
LongLiveRock
Labor
Colorado

 69 
 on: Today at 02:25:44 pm 
Started by Dwarven Dragon - Last post by White Trash
I don't really give a f-ck. If you complacent sh-tstains can't even agree in the privacy of a relatively anonymous online forum that it was idiotic to support Donald Trump, good luck with whatever opposition you plan on being a part of over the next four years. Roll Eyes

I know this might come as a shock to you, but political parties are about coalition building. Feelings do not matter.


It's quite clear that the surburban, DLC types don't care about coalition building. Only virtue signalling  and corporate donors.

 70 
 on: Today at 02:25:22 pm 
Started by ApatheticAustrian - Last post by ApatheticAustrian
this is not about the election.

this is about integrity and learning about the future

and ofc it hurts trump.

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