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 on: Today at 08:48:41 pm 
Started by TNF - Last post by TNF
A vote is now open on the amendment. Please vote Aye, Nay, or Abstain.

 62 
 on: Today at 08:48:32 pm 
Started by Amazingduckman - Last post by DeadPrez
GOP:
Most: Paul, Walker, Bush
Least: Christie, Santorum, Cruz, Carson

Dem:
Most: Malley, Biden
Least: Sanders

 63 
 on: Today at 08:48:11 pm 
Started by L.D. Smith, Bay Area Conservadem - Last post by L.D. Smith, Bay Area Conservadem
FINAL RESULT: Chicago, 53.8%


 64 
 on: Today at 08:47:47 pm 
Started by politicus - Last post by Sir John Johns
Two other potentially interesting elections:

* Moroccan legislative elections, somewhere around September 2016 (could however be postponed to 2017)
* Chilean municipal elections on 30 October, 2016

 65 
 on: Today at 08:47:16 pm 
Started by DeadPrez - Last post by DeadPrez
What makes you think that the 2016 election will be a referndum on the Bush and Clinton presidencies? Also, DeadPrez, Bush would do better with minorities than Romney. He will rally the base because the base hates Clinton. If you think Bush has a 0% chance of winning, you're wrong.  
Conservatives do not like the idea of family dynasties in the executive branch. Once they hear about his amnesty and terrible policies, they will shy away from him. He is not any better than Romney. Conservatives will stay at home

 66 
 on: Today at 08:46:13 pm 
Started by (CT) The Free North - Last post by Lincoln Republican
Obama will only endorse a candidate once that candidate has won the nomination.

 67 
 on: Today at 08:45:50 pm 
Started by Thinking Crumpets Crumpet - Last post by Carpetbagger

Also, he has the support of another massive FF North Carolinian, Walter Jones!

 68 
 on: Today at 08:45:34 pm 
Started by Classic Conservative - Last post by MW Representative RFayette
Roe v. Wade

Then, the other 3 don't even matter, because 57 million lives have been saved!

Because there would clearly be no abortion at all if it were illegal?  And even California and New York would ban it if it were still left to the states, as was the default before Roe v. Wade?  I'm sorry, but this is the right wing version of assuming that just passing a law automatically solves the problem for good.

Indeed, but I'd wager the total abortion figure would be lower, and it would get harder to legalize abortion with modern ultrasound images now, so while it's an oversimplification to say 57 million lives would be saved, some would have been saved for sure.

 69 
 on: Today at 08:45:13 pm 
Started by DeadPrez - Last post by MisSkeptic
I disagree about minorities. Presumably, he'll do better than Romney with Hispanics. In addition, Clinton's weakness on being honest and trustworthy could be an insurmountable problem for her in a hypothetical matchup against Bush. Plus, he has the advantage of getting an early Super PAC lead. That is going to go a long way in defining a candidate.

This might sound offhanded, however I believe the majority of the Hispanic voting base has been alienated by Donald Trump's comments and the Republican parties lack of punishment for him. If you were Hispanic, or Mexican, would you readily support the party who insulted your people. Doesn't seem logical to me.

 70 
 on: Today at 08:45:02 pm 
Started by TNvolunteer - Last post by Fubart Solman
I'm leaning Hillary. I can't see myself voting for any of the Republicans. The Greens are usually a joke and Gary Johnson is ehh.

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