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« Reply #50 on: January 26, 2012, 12:20:32 am »
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Go Cuomo!

No >:O
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« Reply #51 on: January 26, 2012, 01:15:59 am »
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Paul!!!
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« Reply #52 on: January 26, 2012, 12:31:55 pm »
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Here's where the twist happens and you kill off both Cheesy
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« Reply #53 on: January 26, 2012, 01:19:14 pm »
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This much cliffhanger is shameless.
(Go Cuomo).
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« Reply #54 on: January 26, 2012, 02:16:58 pm »
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PAUL WINS RECOUNT, AND PRESIDENCY

Minnesota:
Paul:49.54%
Cuomo: 49.53%

Paul won the recount in Minnesota by eight votes. Despite the closeness in the North Star State, Paul managed to win the popular vote by one point, not a landslide, but certainly not Gore v. Bush in 2000. Cuomo, who conceded graciously was not dismissed and many believed having narrowly lost could gear up for 2024 and run again...


Rand Paul/Marco Rubio: 276 Electoral Votes   49.6% popular vote
Andrew Cuomo/Bill White: 262 Electoral Votes  48.5% Popular Vote

President-elect Paul makes his way through the hall, on his last day in the Senate...




Epilogue: Four Years Later
Andrew Cuomo/Jon Tester: 275 Electoral Votes  48.7% Popular Vote
Rand Paul/Marco Rubio: 263 Electoral Votes:   48.8% Popular Vote
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« Reply #55 on: January 26, 2012, 08:16:46 pm »
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This was a great TL!  At least PRESIDENT Paul won the popular vote his second time
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« Reply #56 on: January 27, 2012, 06:15:09 am »
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Congressional Results:
The GOP won control in 2010, in part with the help of Tea Party which at the time was viewed as a force to be reckon with. By the 2012 elections, with the nomination of Mitt Romney whatever power the movement held, was finally diminished. In 2012, following the defeat of Obama, the GOP swept control of Senate, creating a trifecta with both the House and White House. The GOP made more picks up in 2014 and 2016 and held onto their majorities through 2018. John Boehner remained Speaker of the House until 2019, following his departure Rep. Kevin McCarthy succeeded him beating out once thought likely Speaker Eric Cantor.
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I very much doubt that the GOP will pick up anything at all in 2016. Wink
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« Reply #57 on: January 28, 2012, 12:41:34 am »
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Congressional Results:
The GOP won control in 2010, in part with the help of Tea Party which at the time was viewed as a force to be reckon with. By the 2012 elections, with the nomination of Mitt Romney whatever power the movement held, was finally diminished. In 2012, following the defeat of Obama, the GOP swept control of Senate, creating a trifecta with both the House and White House. The GOP made more picks up in 2014 and 2016 and held onto their majorities through 2018. John Boehner remained Speaker of the House until 2019, following his departure Rep. Kevin McCarthy succeeded him beating out once thought likely Speaker Eric Cantor.
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I very much doubt that the GOP will pick up anything at all in 2016. Wink

On the coattails of a popular, moderate Republican president?  It's a strong possibility
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President: Donald Trump
Senate:
Governor:

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« Reply #58 on: January 28, 2012, 11:35:12 am »
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Congressional Results:
The GOP won control in 2010, in part with the help of Tea Party which at the time was viewed as a force to be reckon with. By the 2012 elections, with the nomination of Mitt Romney whatever power the movement held, was finally diminished. In 2012, following the defeat of Obama, the GOP swept control of Senate, creating a trifecta with both the House and White House. The GOP made more picks up in 2014 and 2016 and held onto their majorities through 2018. John Boehner remained Speaker of the House until 2019, following his departure Rep. Kevin McCarthy succeeded him beating out once thought likely Speaker Eric Cantor.
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I very much doubt that the GOP will pick up anything at all in 2016. Wink

On the coattails of a popular, moderate Republican president?  It's a strong possibility
Actually, it isn't. 24 out of 34 seats is not very easy to expand on.
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« Reply #59 on: January 28, 2012, 01:19:36 pm »
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Congressional Results:
The GOP won control in 2010, in part with the help of Tea Party which at the time was viewed as a force to be reckon with. By the 2012 elections, with the nomination of Mitt Romney whatever power the movement held, was finally diminished. In 2012, following the defeat of Obama, the GOP swept control of Senate, creating a trifecta with both the House and White House. The GOP made more picks up in 2014 and 2016 and held onto their majorities through 2018. John Boehner remained Speaker of the House until 2019, following his departure Rep. Kevin McCarthy succeeded him beating out once thought likely Speaker Eric Cantor.
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I very much doubt that the GOP will pick up anything at all in 2016. Wink

On the coattails of a popular, moderate Republican president?  It's a strong possibility
Actually, it isn't. 24 out of 34 seats is not very easy to expand on.

Oh you mean the senate.  Yeah, it's unlikely, but possible.  I assumed you meant Congress as a whole, whoops.
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An Empire of Stars and Stripes:

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Endorsements:
President: Donald Trump
Senate:
Governor:

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