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51  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: If It Were Offered To You On A Silver Platter, Would You Accept The Presidency? on: March 31, 2018, 08:18:28 pm
I probably would, but would likely only serve only one term because my positions on a majority of issues are far out of the mainstream.
52  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: King Lear's Political Manifesto on: March 31, 2018, 08:17:03 pm
All in all a solid platform. I agree with a majority of your positions with the exception of Russia (I feel that we should work with NATO to remove the Putin Regime from power by force due to Russia's rigging of the 2016 Election and their deploying a neurotoxin on foreign soil) and gun rights (I am leaning towards a full repeal of the Second Amendment, but recognize that maybe only 15 states would support it).
53  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Greatest Southern Republicans? on: March 31, 2018, 08:08:22 pm
Rand and Ron Paul, Rodney Mims Cook Sr.
I would have included Rodney Mims Cook Sr. as well (he would have easily had my vote in the 1978 Georgia Gubernatorial election), but I limited my list to Southern Republicans that were elected to either the House of Representatives, the Senate, Governor, or other statewide offices.
54  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Opinion of William Tecumseh Sherman: FF, or Mega-FF? on: March 29, 2018, 08:20:54 pm
HP. I admire William Tecumseh Sherman for being on the right side of history during the Civil War, but condemn his actions regarding Native Americans during the Indian Wars.
55  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Greatest Southern Republicans? on: March 29, 2018, 08:13:51 pm
James D. Martin doesn't get enough credit for what he accomplished and how he went about it.
James D. Martin was a pretty horrific politician who, in a way, convinced the leadership of the Republican Party to openly appeal to white supremacists and to actively fight against any progress in the realm of civil rights. Had he been elected to the Senate in 1962, it is very likely that Martin would have remained in office for the rest of his life and have been far more successful in implementing his agenda of white supremacy and populist conservatism. On the other hand, James G. Martin (the Governor of North Carolina from 1985-93 and the only two-term Republican Governor North Carolina has had this far) seems to have been a decent Governor overall, albeit nothing really stands out as particularly notable in his gubernatorial record.
56  General Politics / International General Discussion / Re: May Expels 23 Russian Diplomats, Cut off High Level Diplomatic Ties on: March 29, 2018, 11:31:11 am
I am thinking that the best policy regarding Russia going forward would be for the US to break off all diplomatic ties with Russia, expand the ongoing sanctions, place a travel ban on all members of the Putin government, place an arms embargo on Russia, implement a naval blockade on the eastern coast of Russia, and create a no-fly zone in Syria and Crimea.
57  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Greatest Southern Republicans? on: March 28, 2018, 06:29:15 am
George Wallace and Roy Moore.


George Wallace never became a Republican

He also thought Reagan was a bad president
https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-851527.html

It also wouldn’t surprise me if George Wallace voted for Barry Goldwater in 1964.
58  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Greatest Southern Republicans? on: March 26, 2018, 08:27:02 pm
Probably John Sherman Cooper, Thurston Morton, Cecil Underwood, B. Carroll Reece, Winthrop Rockefeller, Howard Baker Sr., Howard Baker Jr., Lamar Alexander, Bill Haslam, John Warner, Ron Paul, and maybe even Rand Paul, George H.W. Bush and Jeb Bush. On the other hand, George Wallace (he switched over to the Republican Party shortly before his death in 1998 AFAIK), Strom Thurmond, Roy Moore, Chris McDaniel, Marsha Blackburn, Jim Inhofe, Jesse Helms, James Martin (the 1962 Alabama Republican Senate Candidate and Congressman from 1965-67), Albert Watson, Tom Cotton, and Ted Cruz were the worst Southern Republicans who ever served in office.
59  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Rank the Russian Governments in the past 300 years on: March 22, 2018, 07:41:01 am
Gorbachev Period(1985-1991)
Yeltsin Period(1991-2000)
Khrushchev Era(1953-1964)
Republic Era(1917)
Putin Period(2000-)

Constitutional Monarchy(1907-1917)
Chernenko/Androprov Period(1982-1985)
Brezhnev Period(1964-1982)

Absolute Monarchy(1718-1907)
Lenin Era(1917-1924)
Stalin Era(1924-1953)


Khrushchev Period was worse than the Republic and Putin Periods and the constitutional monarchy period as well .


Brezhnev was also worse than the Tsars as well
Kruschev and Stalin were horrific leaders, but they at least never rigged a US Presidential Election to allow a fascist to come into power, never deployed a neurotoxin on foreign soil, or turned their country into a right-wing Christian theocracy. Also, it is likely that Putin set up a system of death camps similar to the ones that existed during Stalin’s time in power.
60  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Give 'em hell Roy! on: March 21, 2018, 05:57:48 pm
This is probably what this would actually look like. His pedo past comes out two weeks before the election and Clinton slays him.


I think that Roy Moore would still easily win Alabama, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, and Indiana and would be slightly competitive in (but still ultimately lose) Mississippi, South Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Louisiana, Kansas, Nebraska, Idaho, and possibly Ohio, Iowa, and ME-2
61  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted, 1900-2016? (Your choice of nominee edition) on: March 20, 2018, 07:09:39 pm
1900: William Jennings Bryan
1904: Theodore Roosevelt:
1908: Robert M. La Follette
1912: Theodore Roosevelt
1916: Robert M. La Follette
1920: Hiram Johnson
1924: Robert M. La Follette
1928: George Norris
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1948: Harry Truman
1952: Estes Kefauver
1956: Estes Kefauver
1960: John F. Kennedy
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (Might have been tempted to vote for Nelson Rockefeller if he was the Republican nominee though)
1968: Robert Kennedy
1972: George McGovern
1976: Frank Church
1980: Ted Kennedy

1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: Al Gore
1992: Ross Perot
1996: Ross Perot
2000: Al Gore
2004: Howard Dean
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Bernie Sanders
2020: Either Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, or Joe Biden
62  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Massachusetts on: March 20, 2018, 06:44:40 pm
Gubernatorial:
1970: Francis Sargent
1974: Francis Sargent
1978: Francis W. Hatch

1982: Michael Dukakis
1986: Michael Dukakis

1990: Bill Weld
1994: Bill Weld
1998: Paul Cellucci
2002: Mitt Romney

2006: Christy Mihos
2010: Charlie Baker
2014: Charlie Baker


Senate Class I:
1970: Ted Kennedy
1976: Ted Kennedy
1982: Ted Kennedy
1988: Ted Kennedy
1994: Ted Kennedy
2000: Ted Kennedy
2006: Ted Kennedy

2010: Scott Brown
2012: Elizabeth Warren
2018: Elizabeth Warren

Senate Class II:
1972: Edward Brooke
1978: Edward Brooke
1984: Ray Shamie
1990: John Kerry
1996: Bill Weld
2002: John Kerry
2008: John Kerry
2013: Ed Markey
2014: Ed Markey

63  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Tennessee on: March 20, 2018, 06:28:53 pm
Gubernatorial:
1970: Winfield Dunn
1974: Lamar Alexander
1978: Lamar Alexander
1982: Lamar Alexander

1986: Ned McWherter
1990: Ned McWherter
1994: Phil Bredesen

1998: Don Sundquist
2002: Phil Bredesen
2006: Phil Bredesen

2010: Bill Haslam
2014: Bill Haslam

2018: Karl Dean

Senate Class I:
1970: Al Gore Sr.
1976: Jim Sasser
1982: Jim Sasser
1988: Jim Sasser
1994: Jim Sasser

2000: Bill Frist
2006: Harold Ford Jr.
2012: Bob Corker
2018: Phil Bredesen

Senate Class II:
1972: Howard Baker
1978: Howard Baker

1984: Al Gore
1990: Al Gore

1994: Jim Cooper
1996: Houston Gordon

2002: Bob Clement
2008: Lamar Alexander
2014: Lamar Alexander

64  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Texas on: March 20, 2018, 06:24:10 pm
Gubernatorial
1968: Paul Eggers
1970: Paul Eggers

1972: Dolph Briscoe
1974: Dolph Briscoe
1978: John Luke Hill
1982: Mark White
1986: Mark White
1990: Ann Richards
1994: Ann Richards
1998: Garry Mauro (Might have voted for Bush without hindsight)
2002: Tony Sanchez

2006: Kinky Friedman
2010: Bill White
2014: Wendy Davis


Senate Class I
1970 (Democratic primary): Ralph  Yarborough
1970 (general election): Lloyd Bentsen
1976: Lloyd Bentsen
1982: Lloyd Bentsen
1988: Lloyd Bentsen
1993 (special): Bob Krueger

1994: Kay Bailey Hutchison
2000: Kay Bailey Hutchison
2006: Kay Bailey Hutchison

2012: Paul Sadler
2018: Beto O'Rourke
(Enthusiastically)

Senate Class II
1972: Barefoot Sanders
1978: Bob Krueger
1984: Lloyd Doggett
1990: Hugh Parmer
1996: Victor Morales
2002: Ron Kirk
2008: Rick Noriega
2014: David Alameel
65  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? South Carolina on: March 18, 2018, 09:11:26 pm
Gubernatorial
1970: John C. West
1974: James B. Edwards
1978: Richard Riley
1982: Richard Riley
1986: Carroll Campbell
1990: Carroll Campbell
1994: Nick Theodore
1998: Jim Hodges
2002: Jim Hodges
2006: Tommy Moore
2010: Vincent Sheheen
2014: Vincent Sheheen
2018: TBD (Probably whoever the Democratic Party nominates)

Senate Class II
1972: Eugene N. Ziegler
1978: Charles Ravenel
1984: Melvin Purvis
1990: Bob Cunningham
1996: Elliott Close
2002: Alex Sanders
2008: Lindsey Graham
2014: Lindsey Graham

Senate Class III
1968: Ernest Hollings
1974: Ernest Hollings
1980: Ernest Hollings
1986: Ernest Hollings
1992: Ernest Hollings
1998: Ernest Hollings
2004: Inez Tenenbaum
2010: Tom Clements
2014 (special): Joyce Dickerson
2016: Thomas Dixon
66  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Rank the Russian Governments in the past 300 years on: March 18, 2018, 04:41:53 pm
^ You can't remove Putin's regime (which now has stable support of 60-70% of Russian population (much more - in rural areas), if only because it's complete dominance of mass-media) by any means short of full-scale nuclear war. And West will not do it, by obvious reason. So - it's a "theory" at best... Wait until he dies, or - 6 years (whatever will come sooner). You must understand that generally Russian mentality is very conservative: typical Russian values stability much more, then liberty (if he knows what it is at all, as there were very few periods in Russian history, when this notion had any practical sense for "normal" citizens). 1990th were the period with very high level of liberty, and, at the same time - with lot of economical problems, chaos, disorganisation and hardships. So, in minds of majority the very notion "liberty" is associated with all that, not something positive. And thus - a majority tries to avoid it at any cost. The shelves of the supermarkets are full (unlike most of 1980th and at least part of 1990th), the income - low, but stable, the rent, while higher then it was, is acceptable, and that's all a majority of population wants. Stagnation, but - relatively comfortable one. Add to this social conservatism of most population (and leading church, which plays an important role in it), strong populist (but - conservative populist, like it was in American South half century ago) inclinations, and you more or less get the picture of why a "democracy" is a "dirty word" (on par with n-word in US) in Russia now.

I used to have a positive opinion of Putin (I still agree with his policy towards Iran and Syria overall) until the beginning of this year. The main things that caused me to change my views were the revelations of the fact that he worked to rig the 2016 Presidential election to put President Donald Trump (who I consider a fascist, racist, neo-conservative populist, and a two-faced man) into power, and ordered the deploying of a neurotoxin on the soil of another nation (the UK) to poison a dissident. I consider these incidents to be act of wars and feel that it would be appropriate for NATO to invoke Article V and launch an assault  against Russia to remove the Putin Regime from power.

I know that many claim that Putin would use nuclear weapons if NATO attack Russia, but my gut feeling is that he would not. The reason I feel that way is because during WWII, both sides could have used chemical weapons, but the overwhelming destructive nature of such weapons discouraged their use. I also feel that NATO would defeat Russia in a conventional war due to their strong technological advantage and much larger overall GDP than Russia (Russia only has a GDP of around $2 trillion, whereas all the NATO members have a combined GDP of around $37 trillion).
67  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Rank the Russian Governments in the past 300 years on: March 17, 2018, 07:29:52 pm
1. Russian Federation (1991-1999)
2. USSR (1985-1991)
3. Russian Empire
4. USSR (1917-1922)
5. USSR (1953-1985)
6. USSR (1922-1953)




7. Russian Federation (1999-Present) (One of the worst governments in human history. The US and NATO should use all of the power at their disposal to violently remove the Putin Regime from power and bring a democratic leader such as Garry Kasparov or Alexei Navalny into power).

Much like kelestian, I did not include the Russian Republic due to its short-lived nature.
68  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Ohio on: March 08, 2018, 07:36:43 pm
Gubernatorial
1970: John J. Gilligan
1974: John J. Gilligan
1978: Dick Celeste
1982: Dick Celeste
1986: Dick Celeste

1990: George Voinovich
1994: George Voinovich
1998: Lee Fisher
2002: Tim Hagan
2006: Ted Strickland
2010: Ted Strickland
2014: John Kasich

Senate Class I
1970: Howard Metzenbaum
1976: Howard Metzenbaum
1982: Howard Metzenbaum
1988: Howard Metzenbaum
1994: Joel Hyatt

2000: Mike DeWine
2006: Sherrod Brown
2012: Sherrod Brown
2018: Sherrod Brown

Senate Class III
1968: John J. Gilligan
1974: John Glenn
1980: John Glenn
1986: John Glenn
1992: John Glenn

1998: George Voinovich
2004: George Voinovich
2010: Rob Portman
2016: Rob Portman
69  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Russian President on: March 07, 2018, 05:40:21 pm
1991: Boris Yeltsin
1996: Boris Yeltsin
2000: Gennady Zyuganov
2004: Nikolay Kharitonov
2008: Gennady Zyuganov
2012: Gennady Zyuganov
2018: Ksenia Sobchak

70  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Mississippi on: March 07, 2018, 05:28:09 pm
Gubernatorial:
1971: Charles Evers
1975: Gil Carmichael
1979: Gil Carmichael

1983: William Allain
1987: Ray Mabus
1991: Ray Mabus
1995: Dick Molpus
1999: Ronnie Musgrove
2003: Ronnie Musgrove

2007: Haley Barbour
2011: Johnny DuPree
2015: Robert Gray

Senate Class I
1970: William R. Thompson
1976: Abstain
1982: Haley Barbour
1988: Wayne Dowdy
1994: Ken Harper
2000: Troy D. Brown
2006: Erik R. Fleming
2008 (special): Ronnie Musgrove
2012: Albert N. Gore

2018: TBD

Senate Class II
1972: Gil Carmichael
1978: Charles Evers
1984: Thad Cochran
1990: Thad Cochran

1996: Bootie Hunt
2002: Thad Cochran
2008: Erik Fleming
2014: Travis Childers

2018 (special): Mike Espy
71  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? New Jersey on: March 07, 2018, 05:09:29 pm
Gubernatorial:
1969: William T. Cahill
1973: Brendan Byrne
1977: Brendan Byrne
1981: James Florio

1985: Thomas Kean
1989: James Florio
1993: James Florio
1997: Jim McGreevey
2001: Jim McGreevey
2005: Ed Forchion
2009: Chris Daggett

2013: Barbara Buono
2017: Seth Kaper-Dale

Senate Class I
1970: Harrison A. Williams
1976: Harrison A. Williams

1982: Millicent Fenwick
1988: Frank Lautenberg
1994: Frank Lautenberg

2000: Pat DiNizio
2006: Ed Forchion

2012: Ken Wolski
2018: TBD

Senate Class II
1972: Clifford P. Case
1978: Bill Bradley
1984: Bill Bradley
1990: Bill Bradley
1996: Robert Torricelli
2002: Frank Lautenberg
2008: Frank Lautenberg

2013 (special): Cory Booker
2014: Cory Booker

2020: Cory Booker
72  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? North Dakota on: March 07, 2018, 04:58:41 pm
Gubernatorial
1968: William L. Guy
1972: Arthur A. Link
1976: Arthur A. Link
1980: Arthur A. Link
1984: George Sinner
1988: George Sinner

1992: Ed Schafer
1996: Ed Schafer
2000: Heidi Heitkamp
2004: John Hoeven
2008: John Hoeven

2012: Ryan Taylor
2016: Marvin Nelson


Senate Class I
1970: Quentin Burdick
1976: Quentin Burdick
1982: Quentin Burdick
1988: Quentin Burdick
1992 (special): Kent Conrad
1994: Kent Conrad
2000: Kent Conrad
2006: Kent Conrad
2012: Heidi Heitkamp
2018: Heidi Heitkamp


Senate Class III
1968: Milton R. Young
1974: Milton R. Young
1980: Mark Andrews
1986: Kent Conrad
1992: Byron Dorgan
1998: Byron Dorgan
2004: Byron Dorgan

2010: John Hoeven
2016: John Hoeven
73  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Who would you have voted for in in past presidential elections? on: March 06, 2018, 09:25:53 pm
1788-1789: George Washington (Independent)
1792: George Washington (Independent)

1796: John Adams (Federalist)
1800: John Adams (Federalist)
1804: Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1808: James Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1812: James Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1816: James Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1820: James Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1824: John Quincy Adams (Democratic-Republican)
1828: John Quincy Adams (National Republican)
1832: Henry Clay (National Republican)
1836: Daniel Webster (Whig)
1840: William Henry Harrison (Whig)
1844: Henry Clay (Whig)
1848: Martin Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Winfield Scott (Whig)
1856: John C. Frémont (Republican)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (National Union)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (Republican)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (Republican)
1876: Rutherford B. Hayes (Republican)
1880: James A. Garfield (Republican)
1884: James G. Blaine (Republican)
1888: Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
1892: Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
1896: William Jennings Bryan (Democratic)
1900: William Jennings Bryan (Democratic)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1908: William Jennings Bryan (Democratic)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)
1916: Allan L. Benson (Socialist) (Might have been tempted by Woodrow Wilson though)
1920: Eurgene Debs (Socialist) (Might have been tempted by James Cox though)
1924: Robert M. La Follette (Progressive)
1928: Norman Thomas (Socialist) (Might have been tempted by Al Smith though)
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1948: Harry Truman (Democratic)
1952: Dwight Eisenhower (Republican)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (Republican) (Probably a bit of a tough vote for me due to the fact that Adlai Stevenon's running mate, Estes Kefauver, was a massive FF and my favorite Southern Democratic Senator of the post-war era)
1960: John F. Kennedy (Democratic)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1968: Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1972: George McGovern (Democratic)
1976: Jimmy Carter (Democratic)
1980: John Anderson (Independent)
1984: Ronald Reagan (Republican) (Walter Mondale was an extremely weak candidate)
1988: George H.W. Bush (Republican) (Michael Dukakis was an extremely weak candidate)
1992: Ross Perot (Independent)
1996: Ross Perot (Independent)
2000: Al Gore (Democratic)
2004: John Kerry (Democratic)
2008: Barack Obama (Democratic)
2012: Barack Obama (Democratic)
2016: Hillary Clinton (Democratic)

Democratic Conventions/Primaries
1832: Abstain
1836: Martin Van Buren
1840: Martin Van Buren
1844: James Polk
1848: William Orlando Butler
1852: Stephen A. Douglas
1856: Stephen A. Douglas
1860: Stephen A. Douglas
1864: Abstain
1868: Salmon P. Chase
1872: Horace Greeley
1876: Samuel J. Tilden
1880: Samuel J. Tilden
1884: Grover Cleveland
1888: Grover Cleveland
1892: David B. Hill
1896: William Jennings Bryan
1900: William Jennings Bryan
1904: William Randolph Hearst
1908: William Jennings Bryan
1912: Thomas R. Marshall
1916: Woodrow Wilson
1920: Al Smith
1924: Al Smith
1928: Al Smith
1932: Franklin Roosevelt
1936: Franklin Roosevelt
1940: Franklin Roosevelt
1944: Franklin Roosevelt
1948: Harry Truman
1952: Estes Kefauver
1956: Estes Kefauver
1960: John F. Kennedy
1964: Lyndon Johnson
1968: Robert Kennedy/Eugene McCarthy
1972: George McGovern
1976: Frank Church
1980: Ted Kennedy
1984: John Glenn or Gary Hart
1988: Al Gore
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: Howard Dean
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Bernie Sanders


Republican Conventions/Primaries
1856: John C. Frémont
1860: Abraham Lincoln
1864: Abraham Lincoln
1868: Ulysses S. Grant
1872: Ulysses S. Grant
1876: Rutherford B. Hayes
1880: Ulysses S. Grant
1884: James G. Blaine
1888: Benjamin Harrison
1892: Benjamin Harrison
1896: Thomas Brackett Reed
1900: William McKinley
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1908: Robert M. La Follette
1912: Theodore Roosevelt
1916: Robert M. La Follette
1920: Hiram Johnson
1924: Robert M. La Follette
1928: George W. Norris
1932: George W. Norris
1936: William Borah
1940: Wendell Willkie
1944: Thomas Dewey
1948: Thomas Dewey
1952: Dwight Eisenhower
1956: Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: Nelson Rockefeller
1968: Nelson Rockefeller
1972: Pete McCloskey
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: John Anderson
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: Jack Kemp
1992: George H.W. Bush
1996: Richard Lugar
2000: John McCain
2004: Lincoln Chaffee (write-in)
2008: Ron Paul
2012: Ron Paul
2016: John Kasich
74  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: How would you have voted? Missouri on: March 04, 2018, 08:54:19 pm
Gubernatorial:
1968: Warren E. Hearnes
1972: Kit Bond
1976: Kit Bond
1980: Kit Bond

1984: Ken Rothman
1988: Betty Cooper Hearnes
1992: Mel Carnahan
1996: Mel Carnahan
2000: Bob Holden
2004: Claire McCaskill
2008: Jay Nixon
2012: Jay Nixon
2016: Chris Koster

Senate Class I
1970: Stuart Symington
1976: John Danforth
1982: John Danforth
1988: John Danforth
1994: Alan Wheat
2000: Mel Carnahan
2002: Jean Carnahan
2006: Claire McCaskill
2012: Claire McCaskill
2018: Claire McCaskill

Senate Class II
1968: Thomas Eagleton (Though Thomas Curtis would not have been too bad as Senator either)
1974: Thomas Eagleton (See 1968)
1980: Thomas Eagleton
1986: Harriet Woods
1992: Kit Bond
1998: Jay Nixon
2004: Nancy Farmer
2010: Robin Carnahan
2016: Jason Kander
75  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Best post-WWII Republican President on: March 04, 2018, 04:44:31 pm
Probably Eisenhower or Reagan. Along with Theodore Roosevelt and possibly George H.W. Bush in 1988, Eisenhower and Reagan would have been the only other Republicans I would have voted for as President during the 20th Century.
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