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« on: August 26, 2017, 05:40:08 pm »

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"FOUR MORE YEARS! FOUR MORE YEARS! FOUR MORE YEARS!"

The crowd chanted wildly as Barack Obama left the stage of his Boston healthcare rally. As he went to his backstage room, the cries continued to ring in the President's ears. Four More Years. Did the people truly want a historical, almost unprecedented third term from him? The possibility had been intensely debated amongst his inner circle for months now- Joe was urging him to do it, his staffers and allies were urging him. And deep inside, he was starting to think about it too. He could make sure his legacy is well-protected and expand it, he could become a President worthy of his popularity. And in 2016, there were many pickup opportunities in the Senate races, leaving some hope for a Democratic Congress with which the President could work...

When he entered the backstage room, Joe immediately fell on him, patting his back. "So, four more years, what do ya say?"

"I'd support it." Former Governor Deval Patrick, who took part in the rally, shrugged. "You can save us from the current Democratic field, and from that hellish Republican field. God, Donald Trump? What's next, Alex Jones?"

"The Clintons won't like it," Obama joked, "and so wouldn't my wife."

Michelle, who was silent until that moment, raised her head to look at her husband. "Sure, I know I wouldn't like it, politics are disgusting. But maybe... just maybe... this is what the country needs?"

The President paused, staring at his wife in shock. "Are you serious?"



April 7th, 2015

Four More Years? Obama Friends, Allies Encouraging Third White House Run

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just as Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton readies herself to finally announce a second Presidential run, speculations swirl once again of a potential Obama run.

According to sources inside the Obama inner circle, various allies and friends like Vice President Joe Biden, Former Governor Deval Patrick and others, are heavily encouraging the President to run for another term. If he decides to run, Obama would be the first President since Bill Clinton to run for a third term, and if successful, the first since Franklin Roosevelt to actually win one.

When pressed for comment, Clinton spokesperson Brian Fallon said that "Secretary Clinton is and always has been focused on improving the lives of as many Americans as possible." White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that "the President is consulting with his family", further fueling the speculations.

To be continued...
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« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2017, 05:45:07 pm »

So no 22nd Amendment?
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« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2017, 06:15:02 pm »

So no 22nd Amendment?

Yep.
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« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2017, 08:29:15 pm »

Im intrigued by this;. I so wish Obama could have had a third term.
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« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2017, 10:10:11 pm »


April 7th, 2015

Four More Years? Obama Friends, Allies Encouraging Third White House Run

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just as Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton readies herself to finally announce a second Presidential run, speculations swirl once again of a potential Obama run.

According to sources inside the Obama inner circle, various allies and friends like Vice President Joe Biden, Former Governor Deval Patrick and others, are heavily encouraging the President to run for another term. If he decides to run, Obama would be the first President since Bill Clinton to run for a third term, and if successful, the first since Franklin Roosevelt to actually win one.

When pressed for comment, Clinton spokesperson Brian Fallon said that "Secretary Clinton is and always has been focused on improving the lives of as many Americans as possible." White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that "the President is consulting with his family", further fueling the speculations.

To be continued...
So does Bill run for and lose a third term to Bush 43? I am intrigued.
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April 7th, 2015

Four More Years? Obama Friends, Allies Encouraging Third White House Run

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just as Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton readies herself to finally announce a second Presidential run, speculations swirl once again of a potential Obama run.

According to sources inside the Obama inner circle, various allies and friends like Vice President Joe Biden, Former Governor Deval Patrick and others, are heavily encouraging the President to run for another term. If he decides to run, Obama would be the first President since Bill Clinton to run for a third term, and if successful, the first since Franklin Roosevelt to actually win one.

When pressed for comment, Clinton spokesperson Brian Fallon said that "Secretary Clinton is and always has been focused on improving the lives of as many Americans as possible." White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that "the President is consulting with his family", further fueling the speculations.

To be continued...
So does Bill run for and lose a third term to Bush 43? I am intrigued.

Yeah, which changes the 2000 and 2004 Democratic nominees but not the 2008 one. More on this later.
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« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2017, 07:15:04 am »

April 21st, 2015

Report: Clinton to "postpone" Presidential announcement, reevaluate in light of new Obama speculations

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NEW YORK CITY - Despite reports that Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was going to announce her presidential bid soon, it appears like it might not be the case. According to sources inside the Clintons' inner circle, recent rumours about another potential Obama White House bid have "infuriated" the former First Lady and forced her to "postpone" her Presidential campaign's announcement.

In a recent interview, OMB Director and Obama ally Shaun Donovan stated that the President is "seriously contemplating" a run, prompted by a "potentially poor Democratic field that could hand the White House to a disastrous, extreme Republican candidate". Combined with cryptic statements by Press Secretary Josh Earnest and with the President himself smiling and telling "we'll see" to a crowd chanting for "Four More years" in a recent New York City rally, the signs seem to be pointing at a serious possibility of the President running for a third term.

Meanwhile, Clintonworld is very disturbed by such a possibility. The former Secretary has long been considered the frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic Nomination, with many insiders considering it "her turn", but an Obama bid could shake up the field like an earthquake. The President's change in position, after strongly denying interest in a third term, reportedly cause anger and frustration in Clinton's inside circle, with strategist Robby Mook even saying that "the President has had his two terms" in a recent interview.

In light of these recent speculations, a blitz of polling has been conducted to taste the waters for a third Obama bid:

Would you like President Obama to run for a third term? (Likely Democratic Primary voters)
Yes- 55%
No- 27%
Unsure- 18%

Would you like President Obama to run for a third term? (General Electorate)
Yes- 45%
No- 36%
Unsure- 19%

Democratic National Primary (w/ Barack Obama)-
Barack Obama- 44%
Hillary Clinton- 37%
Bernie Sanders- 7%
Martin O'Malley- 3%
Jim Webb- 2%
Lincoln Chafee- 1%
Undecided- 6%

Democratic National Primary (w/o Barack Obama)-
Hillary Clinton- 54%
Joe Biden- 20%
Bernie Sanders- 9%
Martin O'Malley- 4%
Jim Webb- 2%
Lincoln Chafee- 1%
Undecided- 10%

In other news, Governors Jeb Bush and Scott Walker continue to run neck-and-neck in Republican Primary polls, with Senators Cruz and Paul not far behind...
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« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2017, 07:56:51 am »

Im intrigued by this.
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« Reply #8 on: August 27, 2017, 07:58:35 am »

#IBackBarry
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« Reply #11 on: August 28, 2017, 09:35:28 am »

Excellent stuff! Well written.
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April 7th, 2015

Four More Years? Obama Friends, Allies Encouraging Third White House Run

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just as Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton readies herself to finally announce a second Presidential run, speculations swirl once again of a potential Obama run.

According to sources inside the Obama inner circle, various allies and friends like Vice President Joe Biden, Former Governor Deval Patrick and others, are heavily encouraging the President to run for another term. If he decides to run, Obama would be the first President since Bill Clinton to run for a third term, and if successful, the first since Franklin Roosevelt to actually win one.

When pressed for comment, Clinton spokesperson Brian Fallon said that "Secretary Clinton is and always has been focused on improving the lives of as many Americans as possible." White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that "the President is consulting with his family", further fueling the speculations.

To be continued...
So does Bill run for and lose a third term to Bush 43? I am intrigued.

Yeah, which changes the 2000 and 2004 Democratic nominees but not the 2008 one. More on this later.

Could you do a full list of the Presidents since FDR?
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« Reply #13 on: August 28, 2017, 04:42:44 pm »

Excellent stuff! Well written.

Thanks! Next update will be posted soon Smiley


April 7th, 2015

Four More Years? Obama Friends, Allies Encouraging Third White House Run

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just as Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton readies herself to finally announce a second Presidential run, speculations swirl once again of a potential Obama run.

According to sources inside the Obama inner circle, various allies and friends like Vice President Joe Biden, Former Governor Deval Patrick and others, are heavily encouraging the President to run for another term. If he decides to run, Obama would be the first President since Bill Clinton to run for a third term, and if successful, the first since Franklin Roosevelt to actually win one.

When pressed for comment, Clinton spokesperson Brian Fallon said that "Secretary Clinton is and always has been focused on improving the lives of as many Americans as possible." White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that "the President is consulting with his family", further fueling the speculations.

To be continued...
So does Bill run for and lose a third term to Bush 43? I am intrigued.

Yeah, which changes the 2000 and 2004 Democratic nominees but not the 2008 one. More on this later.

Could you do a full list of the Presidents since FDR?

I would, but it's the same one as in OTL, just that Clinton is the Democratic nominee in 2000 and Gore in 2004. It makes for some interesting changes in the Democratic primaries in both 2004 and 2008, though, which will be expanded upon later.
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« Reply #14 on: August 29, 2017, 07:12:22 am »

April 30th, 2015

Independent Senator Bernie Sanders officially announces run for President as Democrat

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders, former Burlington Mayor and current U.S. Senator from the State of Vermont, officially announced his bid for the Democratic nomination today with little fanfare. The 74 years-old Independent Progressive, who caucuses with the Democrats, is a Jew and a self-proclaimed Democratic Socialist, making him a hardline leftist challenger to both President Obama, if he decides to run for a third term, and Secretary Clinton.

The Vermont Senator's campaign is considered a longshot with not much of a chance to become a serious contender, but many of his popular progressive positions, such as support for universal healthcare and fierce oppositiont to the influence of big money in politics, could resound with the liberal Democratic base and force both Obama and Clinton to address those issues or even move to the left.

Combined with the expected entrances of former Governors Lincoln Chafee and Martin O'Malley, Sanders' announcement adds yet another challenger to whomever decides to run out of Obama and Clinton. If both the former First Lady and the current President decide to run, as sources in both Clintonworld and Obamaworld indicated could very well happen, this could serve as an opening for Sanders, or another candidate, to emerge as a third choice.
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« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2017, 08:43:48 am »

rip bernie if its just him against obama hes a goner but against obama and clinton the only states I see him winning are vermont and new hampshire
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« Reply #16 on: August 29, 2017, 09:58:02 am »

rip bernie if its just him against obama hes a goner but against obama and clinton the only states I see him winning are vermont and new hampshire

Sanders would probably win Oklahoma and West Virginia.
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« Reply #17 on: September 02, 2017, 06:01:31 am »

May 30th, 2015

As Speculations about Clinton campaign announcement swirl, Fmr. Gov. Martin O'Malley announces White House bid

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BALTIMORE - Standing on a hill overlooking the City where he once served as Mayor, Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley officially announced his Presidential campaign today. He emphazied on his experience as a two-term Governor and Mayor, and tried to position himself as a young, energetic liberal. In a perceived jab at Democratic frontrunners, Secretary Clinton and President Obama, and Republican frontrunner Jeb Bush, the Former Governor said that he brings "new leadership that will fight money in politics and limit the power of the big banks". O'Malley's campaign is considered a longshot, polling in the low single digits both against Clinton and Obama, and against Clinton and Biden.

Though O'Malley is trying to break the Obama-Clinton hegemony in the Democratic primary, he's not the only one- Independent Senator Bernie Sanders has been steadily rising in the polls, his progressive views resounding with the party's base, and two other candidates, Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee and Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb are expected to announce their own longshot bids soon. But that is not all- with Clinton and Obama splitting the party's establishment in what looks like a vicious shadow primary, other potential candidates seem to be seeing an opening- when asked whether he'll run for President, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said "I'm not running right now", which prompted speculations that he'll try to exploit the Clinton-Obama split and emerge as a compromise choice.

Meanwhile, sources inside the Clinton inner circle report that the former First Lady will "probably" officially announce her Presidential campaign soon. The news comes as a surprise to many who thought that Clinton would wait to see if President Obama will decide to run for a third term, but Clinton insiders say that "she had already made her mind a long time ago", and speculate that an announcement now could pressure the President to decline running for a third term.

Polling shows a neck-and-neck race between Obama and Clinton, with some Democrats enthusiastic about the President running for four more years, and others thinking that "it's her turn", while the support for a third Obama term seems to be eroding among the general electorate:

Would you like President Obama to run for a third term? (Likely Democratic Primary voters)
Yes- 56%
No- 37%
Unsure- 8%

Would you like President Obama to run for a third term? (General Electorate)
Yes- 42%
No- 46%
Unsure- 12%

Democratic National Primary (w/ Barack Obama)-
Barack Obama- 40%
Hillary Clinton- 38%
Bernie Sanders- 10%
Martin O'Malley- 4%
Jim Webb- 1%
Lincoln Chafee- 1%
Undecided- 6%

Democratic National Primary (w/o Barack Obama)-
Hillary Clinton- 51%
Joe Biden- 18%
Bernie Sanders- 13%
Martin O'Malley- 5%
Lincoln Chafee- 2%
Jim Webb- 2%
Undecided- 9%
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« Reply #18 on: September 03, 2017, 05:48:40 am »

June 3rd, 2015

Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee announces longshot Presidential campaign

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ARLINGTON - Before a half-empty auditorium in the George Mason University School for Policy, Government and International Affairs, the former Mayor of Warwick, United States Senator and one-term Rhode Island Governor, announced his bid for the Democratic nomination. Noteably, his announcement focused on an endorsement for embracing the metric system, and his vote against the Iraq War which, he claimed, "showed courage" as a Republican Senator.

Chafee joins a field of two candidates who already announced their run - Senator Bernie Sanders and Governor Martin O'Malley - and two other candidates who are considered certain to announce soon, namely former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Senator Jim Webb. Meanwhile, President Obama is still deliberating a bid for a third term.Sources inside the Clinton inner circle are increasingly indicating that the former First Lady is certain to make an announcement in the coming days.

Meanwhile, in the swelling field of the Republican Primary, polling indicates Jeb Bush and Scott Walker still running neck-and-neck, with Marco Rubio very close behind, but all three seem to be declining in the polls...



June 7th, 2015

BREAKING: Hillary Clinton formally announces Presidential bid in a Youtube video

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NEW YORK CITY - In a well-recieved video uploaded to Youtube, former First Lady, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton officially announced that she is running "running for President". Emphasizing on being the champion of "everyday Americans", Clinton clearly tried to appeal to women, minorities, youths, the lgbtq community and working class Americans, with the video mainly including them.

Noteably, these are the demographics for which she will have to compete against President Obama if he decided to run for a third term. Sources inside the Clinton campaign confirmed it, with one claiming that the former Secretary tried to "cage the President" with her announcement, intimidating him with the prospects of a competitive primary and a hard-fought campaign and hoping it would dishearten an attempt to gain a third term. If the President doesn't run, Clinton is considered an almost certain favourite to win the nomination.

When asked about the claims, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said, with an amused smile, that he'd "really hope the Secretary isn't running because she wants to 'cage' someone, but because she wants to improve the lives of Americans." At press time, Clinton spokesperson Brian Fallon did not respond to a request for comment.
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« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2017, 06:19:29 pm »

Looks like the establishment vote is going to be severely split during this primary. That could be very good news for Bernie, if he plays his cards right.
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« Reply #20 on: September 04, 2017, 10:53:00 am »

June 20th, 2015

Biden shuts down Presidential talk, supports a third Obama campaign

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NEW YORK CITY - Interviewed by the Late Show's Stephen Colbert, Vice President Joe Biden denied interest in a 2016 Presidential bid, saying that he is "absolutely not running for President this year." When asked of a potential bid for a third term by his boss, Biden said that he "would gladly support my friend in any way [he] can." He also actively encouraged such a campaign, stating that "whenever the President asks me if he should do it, I have only one thing to say to him: Just do it!". The statement drew loud cheers from the audience, as well as the famous chant of "Four More Yesrs!", which Vice President Biden encouraged and joyfully joined.

Pundits are speculating that the Vice President's announcement could be a way to subtly pressure President Obama to throw his hat into the ring. Biden, no great fan of Hillary Clinton, is a strong supporter of an Obama third term, calling it "what America needs" and "a dream come true" in multiple occassions. Reportedly, he looked into challenging her in the primary in the even his boss didn't, but a number of factors made him lean against it, including his son's tragic death and the low numbers for him in head-to-head polls against the former Secretary, which promised a steep hill to climb and prompted him to put all his weight into convincing the President to run.

According to Obama insiders, the President continues to weight his options, consulting with friends and family, especially his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama. He is said to be reluctant to run, given the unprededent nature of a third term and the tough campaign ahead, but also uncomfortable with the idea of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee. One source said that "he [Obama] doesn't believe she can win a general election". With Biden closing the shutter on a 2016 campaign, several Obama allies have been floating the idea of a run by Fmr. Massachussetts Governor Deval Patrick, a close ally of the President.

Meanwhile, a new batch of polls has been released about the Democratic race, showing a surge for Secretary Clinton following her campaign announcement and Obama's reluctance to run, and show Senator Sanders and Fmr. Governor Patrick as her strongest challengers in the event Obama doesn't run:

Would you like President Obama to run for a third term? (Likely Democratic Primary voters)
Yes- 53%
No- 41%
Unsure- 7%

Would you like President Obama to run for a third term? (General Electorate)
Yes- 40%
No- 49%
Unsure- 11%

Democratic National Primary (w/ Barack Obama)-
Barack Obama- 37%
Hillary Clinton- 41%
Bernie Sanders- 13%
Martin O'Malley- 2%
Lincoln Chafee- 1%
Jim Webb- 1%
Undecided- 5%

Democratic National Primary (w/o Barack Obama)-
Hillary Clinton- 54%
Bernie Sanders- 16%
Deval Patrick- 11%
Andrew Cuomo- 6%
Martin O'Malley- 3%
Jim Webb- 1%
Lincoln Chafee- 1%
Undecided- 8%

Meanwhile, in the Republican primary, the field is chaotic, with Bush, Walker and Rubio barely clinging to double digits, Carson, Huckabee and Paul right behind them. The entrance of billionaire Donald Trump threatens to bring even more turmoil, with his polling starting comparably strong...



Would be glad to hear some thoughts and comments Cheesy What do you think of the format so far? Who would you support in this field?
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Obama-Biden 2016!
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« Reply #22 on: September 05, 2017, 09:31:51 am »

Hard to say whether Hillary would drop out in such a scenrio or fight with Obama.
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« Reply #23 on: September 05, 2017, 11:21:11 am »

Hard to say whether Hillary would drop out in such a scenrio or fight with Obama.
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Obama-Biden 2016!
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