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 41 
 on: Today at 02:36:42 am 
Started by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee - Last post by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee
Quote from: Amendment H8:20 by NC Yankee
SECTION 1. TITLE

This legislation may be cited as the College For All Act Expanding College Access Act.

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Status: Representatives have 24 hours to object.

 42 
 on: Today at 02:35:55 am 
Started by bagelman - Last post by Wulfric Certified Socialist
Probably central, maybe southwest. Those are the ones that seem the safest for me.

 43 
 on: Today at 02:35:32 am 
Started by Vega - Last post by Pericles
Winston went with Labour. Greens are in cabinet.  Ardennes has spoken and addressed the nation, 'honored to be PM'.

 44 
 on: Today at 02:32:38 am 
Started by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee - Last post by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee
Vote on Amendment H8:18 by NC Yankee

Aye (6): Not Giving Em Hell Harry, JGibson, LouisvilleThunder, NC Yankee, Peebs and RFayette
Nay (0):
Abstain (0):

Didn't Vote (3): Haslam2020 (Voted late), Illiniwek (voted late), and VPH


With six votes in the affirmative and time having expired, the Amendment is adopted.

 45 
 on: Today at 02:27:34 am 
Started by President Johnson - Last post by ☭ Comrade BBovine ☭
Hoover > Nixon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>  Reagan

All are horrible.

 46 
 on: Today at 02:27:32 am 
Started by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee - Last post by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee
So I guess finally we can move to a final vote? Cheesy

 47 
 on: Today at 02:23:35 am 
Started by Shadows - Last post by Famous Mortimer
This is just LARPy and dumb.

 48 
 on: Today at 02:23:10 am 
Started by Jimmie - Last post by Zioneer
I'm sorry, but I honestly think it's more likely that Love loses to a McMullin type in the primary than a Democrat.

Hillary did finish third in Utah after all (and I'm pretty sure she also finished either second or third in UT-04).

Nope. She got 32.4% of the vote to Trump's 39.1%. She barely beat Trump in the Salt Lake County portion of the seat, where McAdams would need to win by about ten points or more to win the seat. He did get 58% of the vote in the UT-04 portion of the seat in his partisan reelection race last year, indicating it is possible. Doug Owens also barely won SLC in 2014, hence why the district was surprisingly close that year.

I think it's reasonable to call this race leans R.
Are you sure he got 58%? I asked someone on Daily Kos Elections, and they said it was 55%. If you're right, then I'm even happier, but I just wanted to make sure on the numbers. Also, either one is higher than Jim Matheson's 52% in the SLCO portion of the district... and Matheson's strategy was based on running up the numbers in SLCO.

 49 
 on: Today at 02:22:55 am 
Started by ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ - Last post by Dwarven Dragon
We dont have the luxury to walk out of this room divided. Tom Perez as he silently removes dissent.

He's right. The democratic party must remain united behind capitalism. If they become the party of Bernie, Trump will be re-elected.

I forgot how Hillary soundly defeated Trump last year by defending her record with Wall Street, wooing "muh moderate suburban Republicans," and running the exact opposite of a populist campaign. That damn memory of mine...

Remember three words: Private Email Server. Take that away, and she wins in a landslide.

The modern US economy was build by the uber socialist FDR who not only wanted free healthcare, free education but also free guaranteed universal basic income & taxed people at 90%+. And he introduced a minimum wage, broke banks & said corporations which pay low wages have no right to exist.

He had the highest possible GDP growth rates, he was more of a socialist than Bernie ever way & he was the most electable candidate Dem ever had crushing Republicans & bringing about a progressive era which lasted almost half a century. The man is not only the greatest President ever but got the whole world to follow his economic vision. And it had the best economic period of prosperity in centuries.

While I believe that FDR was a good president overall, I do not agree with taxing people at 90%+ or a universal basic income. You'll notice that we haven't had that 90%+ top tax rate for nearly 70 years  now - and that's because the country woke up and realized that tax rates that high actually discourage people from working.

 50 
 on: Today at 02:18:53 am 
Started by Castro - Last post by Shadows
I'm surprised Sanders is only at 31% and Warren is only at 13%. Both should be doing better, with an essential home state advantage (much like Obama had in 2008 in Iowa).

Sanders & Warren both won't run together. I think 1 will coalesce most of the votes. Sanders has the age thing which is dragging him down. Most people don't know if he will run, if he will too old. If he announces a run, then you have to see polls after 2-3 months.

Sanders has a reasonably big organizations, online podcasts, local officials, an enviable email list & has actually run a decent campaign getting 46% of the pledged delegates. A 30%+ in 8-10 person race is fantastic. This is also decent for Biden.

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