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 on: Today at 04:26:04 pm 
Started by rpryor03 - Last post by Fitzgerald

[1] Blair2015/Kingpoleon
Labor Party/United Alternative

[2] North Carolina Yankee/Rpryor03
Federalist Party/United Alternative

[  ] Write-in:______________________________

[  ] None of the above


[5] EarlAW/Hatman of Ontario
Washburnist Socialist Revolutionary Party

[6] Enduro of Pennsylvania
Federalist Party

[4] Fitzgerald of Montana
Labor Party

[3] NeverAgain of Virginia
Labor Party

[1] Peebs of North Carolina
Labor Party

[8] Republitarian/Goldwater of California
Federalist Party

[  ] Santander of Alabama
Federalist Party

[  ] SecureAmerica/Heisenberg of New Mexico
Federalist Party

[7] Siren of Puerto Rico

[2] Southern Gothic/White Trash of Louisiana
Labor Party

[9] tedbessell of California
Federalist Party

[  ] Write-in:______________________________

[  ] None of the above

 on: Today at 04:25:25 pm 
Started by TN Volunteer - Last post by Liberalrocks
Oh sh**t. This is the last thing we needed. Dick Morris is never right about anything, ever.

 on: Today at 04:25:23 pm 
Started by emcee0 - Last post by Wolverine22
It's about time to drone the presidential palace at 3 AM. This sh**t has got to stop.

 on: Today at 04:24:06 pm 
Started by PeteB - Last post by HisGrace
Do you even know what the phrase "pay to play" means? There's no "play" here. They held a convention in Morocco. Who the  cares?

Doesn't it just mean paying for access? In which case this would fit the bill. But I've never had a problem with public figures making people pay for access so this is no big deal to me.

 on: Today at 04:24:06 pm 
Started by Maxwell - Last post by Eleven
With less than three weeks to go, and early voting in full swing, there's not a lot of time for any deviation at this point.  The only uncertainty at this point is polling error.

The dark-colored states I'm 95-99% certain of, while the lightly-colored states I'm 75% certain of.  Five states plus two CDs that can realistically go either way, and seven states that have a slim chance of surprising.

Once we can see if there's any last-minute movement resulting from concessiongate, I'll be able to make an even narrower range of possibilities.

 on: Today at 04:23:53 pm 
Started by Speaker NeverAgain - Last post by Enduro
I mean it is a federal program that works with the Environmental Agencies of the state. I really do not see a problem with what it does, like help give federal assistance and attention when regions cannot handle it alone. Like the Flint situation which was a devastating tragedy for the (formerly Mideast) region, which I governed, couldn't handle the situation on our own and tapped President Griffin for assistance who heroically helped our region push back against lead in the water.

I would love the Private Sector to get more involved with Environmentalism and there are many companies and small businesses who do so by supporting clean and green energy, Like MOM's Organic Foods. But I strongly support conservation and the right to a prosperous environment.

The EPA does a good job of balancing sound environmental policy and the rights of the regions. I think it is fine the way it is and do not see a rationale for its abolition or forced disarmament of its powers. I cannot say I support this bill or any alternative really.

Does the EPA have to seek regional approval for it's projects?

Should it? The EPA's goal is a clean environment for all states, the environment shouldn't depend on state bureaucrats and whatever political party is in office there.

I don't think that the EPA should be able to operate without accountability from the region's it operates in.

 on: Today at 04:23:46 pm 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by dspNY
Iowa absentee ballot stats 10/21

Ballots requested:

DEM: 190,229
GOP: 155,417
IND: 93,140
Other: 1,211

Dems have gained almost 3,000 on the GOP since yesterday.

Ballots cast:

DEM: 114,737
GOP: 75,782
IND: 44,732
Other: 598

Dems have gained almost 700 since yesterday and now lead by about 39K. I think the magic # for Clinton is a 50K margin going into election day to win

 on: Today at 04:23:40 pm 
Started by ApatheticAustrian - Last post by Wolverine22
Good. Even if it's by a different Republican, Paul Ryan has got to go. He looks like some little 12-year-old boy wandered up onto the rostrum and the way he acts as Speaker mirrors that as well.

 on: Today at 04:23:01 pm 
Started by BoAtlantis - Last post by HillOfANight
Its not really cell calls, but "mobile surveys"...

 on: Today at 04:22:50 pm 
Started by Left - Last post by Enduro
Long Live Rock

Mike Wells

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2. Darth

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