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« Reply #1100 on: May 17, 2008, 09:00:16 pm »

Red is GOP and Blue is Democrat



Obama (D)388 50.2%
McCain (R)150 46.6%
Barr (L)    0   1.6%
Keyes (C)0   0.7%
Nader(I)  0   0.6%
McKinney(G)0   0.8%
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« Reply #1101 on: May 18, 2008, 03:17:54 pm »

Red is GOP and Blue is Democrat



Obama (D)388 50.2%
McCain (R)150 46.6%
Barr (L)    0   1.6%
Keyes (C)0   0.7%
Nader(I)  0   0.6%
McKinney(G)0   0.8%

Weird; Obama wins Indiana and Mississippi but not Arkansas or Arizona?
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« Reply #1102 on: May 18, 2008, 09:07:14 pm »

Red is GOP and Blue is Democrat



Obama (D)388 50.2%
McCain (R)150 46.6%
Barr (L)    0   1.6%
Keyes (C)0   0.7%
Nader(I)  0   0.6%
McKinney(G)0   0.8%

Weird; Obama wins Indiana and Mississippi but not Arkansas or Arizona?

PF is whack. Arizona went to McCain probably because it was his home state, and Arkansas hates Obama in general. I don't know why he won Indiana. I got a sh**tload of scandals called on me for the entire election, it was almost unreal. I got railed over and over again. I got within 1% and then Obama unleashed 2 10power scandals on me, and I could only muster one scandal on him the entire cycle.
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« Reply #1103 on: May 20, 2008, 07:29:07 pm »

1972: Nixon (me): v. Muskie:
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« Reply #1104 on: May 23, 2008, 10:08:20 pm »



Lloyd Bentsen/Hugh Carey (D): 384 EV, 55.2% of the PV (54,231,221)
Ronald Reagan/Richard Schweiker (R): 155 EV, 44.8% of the PV (44,090,970)

I ran as Lloyd Bentsen in this 1976 scenario. I built up my base in the South early and my campaign for the Presidency of the United States never looked back. On Election Night, I was surprised to find out that I managed to crack the 60 percent mark in a few states. How the hell was I able to do that, with only 3 million dollars left on Election Day and with a power 9 scandal on me?
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« Reply #1105 on: May 23, 2008, 10:52:53 pm »



433 (63.4%)-105 (36.6%)

Guess.
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« Reply #1106 on: May 23, 2008, 11:16:05 pm »



433 (63.4%)-105 (36.6%)

Guess.

You ran as Bill Clinton against Ross Perot? And you won in a landslide.
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« Reply #1107 on: May 23, 2008, 11:30:53 pm »



433 (63.4%)-105 (36.6%)

Guess.

You ran as Bill Clinton against Ross Perot? And you won in a landslide.

Close. Actually, it was Brown/Bentsen vs. Perot/Stockdale. And I did nothing but press the spacebar through the whole game.
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« Reply #1108 on: May 24, 2008, 04:04:15 am »



433 (63.4%)-105 (36.6%)

Guess.

You ran as Bill Clinton against Ross Perot? And you won in a landslide.

Close. Actually, it was Brown/Bentsen vs. Perot/Stockdale. And I did nothing but press the spacebar through the whole game.

Jerry Brown sweeping the entire South? The joys of President Forever + Primaries. Reminds me that I ran as Gene McCarthy today against President Ford and Governor Wallace. Wallace somehow managed to win DC and numerous other parts of the United States where his politics aren't tolerated. The bright side was I finished 2nd in the District of Columbia with 17.65!
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« Reply #1109 on: May 24, 2008, 07:36:07 pm »



433 (63.4%)-105 (36.6%)

Guess.

You ran as Bill Clinton against Ross Perot? And you won in a landslide.

Close. Actually, it was Brown/Bentsen vs. Perot/Stockdale. And I did nothing but press the spacebar through the whole game.

Jerry Brown sweeping the entire South? The joys of President Forever + Primaries. Reminds me that I ran as Gene McCarthy today against President Ford and Governor Wallace. Wallace somehow managed to win DC and numerous other parts of the United States where his politics aren't tolerated. The bright side was I finished 2nd in the District of Columbia with 17.65!

17.65?!?!?! Tongue

Well, I actually thought that the South was realistic; Perot did very poorly there IRL.
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« Reply #1110 on: May 25, 2008, 07:42:15 pm »


Dukakis vs Pat Robertson

Yeah I could have won by more...
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« Reply #1111 on: May 27, 2008, 01:05:17 am »




Ross Perot 222 EVs 33.3% PV
George Bush 184 33.9% PV
Bill Clinton 132 32.7% PV

Congress elected President Bush to a second term. Although, I thought congress was controlled by the Dems in 1992.
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« Reply #1112 on: May 30, 2008, 07:23:30 pm »



Hubert H. Humphrey/Lloyd M. Bentsen (D): 296 EV, 43.0% of the PV (42,935,372)
Ronald W. Reagan/Richard Schweiker (R): 242 EV, 40.6% of the PV (40,499,639)
Eugene McCarthy/Various in States (I): 0 EV, 16.4% of the PV (16,401,372)

In this 1976 Presidential scenario I ran as former United States Senator Eugene McCarthy. Whilst I lost to Hubert Humphrey, my campaign played a serious role in giving Senator Humphrey the Presidency of the United States, which was something I didn't want to do. Though saying this, I finished second in a few states Wyoming, Colorado and DC to name a few, defeating both Humphrey and Reagan for second place Cheesy.
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« Reply #1113 on: May 30, 2008, 07:45:16 pm »



Hubert H. Humphrey/Lloyd M. Bentsen (D): 296 EV, 43.0% of the PV (42,935,372)
Ronald W. Reagan/Richard Schweiker (R): 242 EV, 40.6% of the PV (40,499,639)
Eugene McCarthy/Various in States (I): 0 EV, 16.4% of the PV (16,401,372)

In this 1976 Presidential scenario I ran as former United States Senator Eugene McCarthy. Whilst I lost to Hubert Humphrey, my campaign played a serious role in giving Senator Humphrey the Presidency of the United States, which was something I didn't want to do. Though saying this, I finished second in a few states Wyoming, Colorado and DC to name a few, defeating both Humphrey and Reagan for second place Cheesy.

Why does McCarthy always do so well in 1976, when he's only at 1% on electino day?
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« Reply #1114 on: May 30, 2008, 07:50:06 pm »



Hubert H. Humphrey/Lloyd M. Bentsen (D): 296 EV, 43.0% of the PV (42,935,372)
Ronald W. Reagan/Richard Schweiker (R): 242 EV, 40.6% of the PV (40,499,639)
Eugene McCarthy/Various in States (I): 0 EV, 16.4% of the PV (16,401,372)

In this 1976 Presidential scenario I ran as former United States Senator Eugene McCarthy. Whilst I lost to Hubert Humphrey, my campaign played a serious role in giving Senator Humphrey the Presidency of the United States, which was something I didn't want to do. Though saying this, I finished second in a few states Wyoming, Colorado and DC to name a few, defeating both Humphrey and Reagan for second place Cheesy.

Why does McCarthy always do so well in 1976, when he's only at 1% on election day?

Actually, I gave all of the candidates $999,000,000 dollars at the start of the campaign, including Gene McCarthy too. That's why I finished second in numerous states around the country and led in Massachusetts with 5 percent of the vote in!
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« Reply #1115 on: May 30, 2008, 07:50:48 pm »



Hubert H. Humphrey/Lloyd M. Bentsen (D): 296 EV, 43.0% of the PV (42,935,372)
Ronald W. Reagan/Richard Schweiker (R): 242 EV, 40.6% of the PV (40,499,639)
Eugene McCarthy/Various in States (I): 0 EV, 16.4% of the PV (16,401,372)

In this 1976 Presidential scenario I ran as former United States Senator Eugene McCarthy. Whilst I lost to Hubert Humphrey, my campaign played a serious role in giving Senator Humphrey the Presidency of the United States, which was something I didn't want to do. Though saying this, I finished second in a few states Wyoming, Colorado and DC to name a few, defeating both Humphrey and Reagan for second place Cheesy.

Why does McCarthy always do so well in 1976, when he's only at 1% on election day?

Actually, I gave all of the candidates $999,000,000 dollars at the start of the campaign, including Gene McCarthy too. That's why I finished second in numerous states around the country and led in Massachusetts with 5 percent of the vote in!

Ah, interesting.
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« Reply #1116 on: May 30, 2008, 07:55:05 pm »



Hubert H. Humphrey/Lloyd M. Bentsen (D): 296 EV, 43.0% of the PV (42,935,372)
Ronald W. Reagan/Richard Schweiker (R): 242 EV, 40.6% of the PV (40,499,639)
Eugene McCarthy/Various in States (I): 0 EV, 16.4% of the PV (16,401,372)

In this 1976 Presidential scenario I ran as former United States Senator Eugene McCarthy. Whilst I lost to Hubert Humphrey, my campaign played a serious role in giving Senator Humphrey the Presidency of the United States, which was something I didn't want to do. Though saying this, I finished second in a few states Wyoming, Colorado and DC to name a few, defeating both Humphrey and Reagan for second place Cheesy.

Why does McCarthy always do so well in 1976, when he's only at 1% on election day?

Actually, I gave all of the candidates $999,000,000 dollars at the start of the campaign, including Gene McCarthy too. That's why I finished second in numerous states around the country and led in Massachusetts with 5 percent of the vote in!

Ah, interesting.

You should try it one day. Who knows, you might be able to lead Housewive Ellen McCormack to the White House or Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich. That reminds me, I should try that later today.
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« Reply #1117 on: May 30, 2008, 10:32:00 pm »



Total: 118,467,604

Obama: 296 - 58,298,318 [49.2%]
McCain: 242 - 50,122,599 [42.3%]
Badnarik: 0 - 9,480,692 [8%]
Peroutka: 0 - 565,994 [0.5%]

yup....
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« Reply #1118 on: May 30, 2008, 10:32:31 pm »



Total: 118,467,604

Obama: 296 - 58,298,318 [49.2%]
McCain: 242 - 50,122,599 [42.3%]
Badnarik: 0 - 9,480,692 [8%]
Peroutka: 0 - 565,994 [0.5%]

yup....

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« Reply #1119 on: May 30, 2008, 11:02:55 pm »



Total: 118,467,604

Obama: 296 - 58,298,318 [49.2%]
McCain: 242 - 50,122,599 [42.3%]
Badnarik: 0 - 9,480,692 [8%]
Peroutka: 0 - 565,994 [0.5%]

yup....

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Basically.......I have no real explanation of this...
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« Reply #1120 on: June 03, 2008, 12:21:47 pm »

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Gotta love this game. I was Poizner.
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« Reply #1121 on: June 03, 2008, 12:25:33 pm »

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Gotta love this game. I was Poizner.

PF is immeasurably weird with third parties.

I can't get that scenario to work, for some reason.
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« Reply #1122 on: June 03, 2008, 12:35:50 pm »

Noonan was even leading Newsom for a good while before LA County came in, I went in on Election Day with most of the state a toss-up, and they broke for third parties in a huge way.

Third parties are coded all wrongly though, earlier yesterday the cookie crumbled against me when Lenora ****ing Fulani grabbed NC and SD out of nowhere to hand the election to Babbitt and leave Ben Fernandez (me) out in the cold. Paul robbed me when I tried it with Biden, so I got fed up.

http://www.theoryspark.com/political_games/president_forever/scenarios/p4e8.htm I assume the one listed there was the one you got?
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« Reply #1123 on: June 03, 2008, 05:21:31 pm »

Noonan was even leading Newsom for a good while before LA County came in, I went in on Election Day with most of the state a toss-up, and they broke for third parties in a huge way.

Third parties are coded all wrongly though, earlier yesterday the cookie crumbled against me when Lenora ****ing Fulani grabbed NC and SD out of nowhere to hand the election to Babbitt and leave Ben Fernandez (me) out in the cold. Paul robbed me when I tried it with Biden, so I got fed up.

http://www.theoryspark.com/political_games/president_forever/scenarios/p4e8.htm I assume the one listed there was the one you got?

Aye, that was the one.
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« Reply #1124 on: June 09, 2008, 02:36:15 am »



Herbert Hoover/Charles Curtis (R): 356 EV, 53% of the PV (37,761,111)
Franklin D. Roosevelt/John Nance Garner (D): 175 EV, 46% of the PV (33,427,405)

I was surprised myself, not at the fact that I defeated Governor Roosevelt quite comfortably in the Presidential Election of 1932 but at the fact that I caught up with him in the Polls on Election Day Eve!
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