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September 25, 2021, 08:39:19 PM

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 on: Today at 08:39:05 PM 
Started by Southern Senator Spark - Last post by Ishan
hence why I said "internals"

 on: Today at 08:38:29 PM 
Started by CentristRepublican - Last post by ProudModerate2
If Cheney loses, she should run as an independent.

Cheney should skip the republican primary all together and run independent outright

Interesting idea.
Would this allow her to maneuver around the state's "sore loser" laws?

 on: Today at 08:38:21 PM 
Started by Southern Senator Spark - Last post by Southern Senator Spark
can't wait for your "internals" to show a spark lead

So far so good Smiley

 on: Today at 08:37:39 PM 
Started by President Johnson - Last post by Fuzzy Bear
He is barely winning a Biden +10 state. lmao

I still don't believe he has much PERSONAL populairty.  You have to have some of that to be Presidential Timber.  I'm not convinced he's going to win in November, and while there may be a GOP tide, a guy like T-Mac in VA is supposed to buck that tide if he's worth his salt.

 on: Today at 08:37:18 PM 
Started by Senator Scott, PPT🎃 - Last post by Our Enemy, the Left

 on: Today at 08:35:42 PM 
Started by Suburbia - Last post by Fuzzy Bear
Dude wtf? Are you going to start threads about randos from the phone book next?
While this is a fair criticism, itís not like any of threads are serious this far out.

This is a serious thread. Dog is a Trump supporter, and he could run if America's crime spike continues, he would be formidable....

He's a former gang member and former prison inmate.  I don't think America's ready for that.

 on: Today at 08:35:26 PM 
Started by Southern Senator Spark - Last post by Ishan
3rd VP Nomination

Out of necessity for our country, I am nominating Lincoln Councilor Brother Jonathan for Vice President of Atlasia. While I understand Brother Jonathan is busy keeping Lincoln together, this is a testament to his region and our nation. He is a devoted and committed public servant who I believe will be successful in negotiations and relations with Congress. Since Jonathan is fro Lincoln, regional representation is important too.

As it relates to the situation in Lincoln, I assured the Councilor that I will not hesitate to intervene if I am elected President in October. My highest priority is preserving the Union and defending our Constitution.

Mr. Brother Jonathan, our nation is calling on you to serve. It is your choice. I will provide you with two days to decide and hope that you join the ticket!

I remain steadfast in protecting our ideals and defending our values.

Thank you.



Why are you running if you are asking random people to be your running mate?

 on: Today at 08:30:17 PM 
Started by Utah Neolib - Last post by Fuzzy Bear
Elder would be a better President than Biden but he would lose.

 on: Today at 08:29:50 PM 
Started by Old School Republican - Last post by REAL Kimberly Guilfoyle
He was my least favorite because I had to deal with his BS on a daily basis. I always thought he was a scumbag, but that reached new levels after pulled some CCP type sh**t with hiding the numbers to make himself look better, and being a creep. I even made up my own Trump style nickname for him in my head after the sexual assault allegations "Creepy Cuomo". In terms of current governors, I'd say Kate Brown or Newsom. Whitmer is also in the running.

Sorry for my long rant about Cuomo, as for Fuzzy Bear's least favorite governor, it would be Newsom


 on: Today at 08:28:22 PM 
Started by REAL Kimberly Guilfoyle - Last post by REAL Kimberly Guilfoyle
December 2, 2018


Paul Ryan, the outgoing Speaker of the House, announced several lame-duck measures the House will consider before massive Democratic majorities take office in a month. These include:
-Border wall funding
-Nationwide Voter ID law
-Abolition of federal Medicaid subsidies

None are expected to pass the Senate.

December 19, 2018


The House of Representatives has voted 219-214 to pass an omnibus bill containing three proposed measures. Many Republicans voted against, and the bill almost failed.

January 3, 2018


The 116th Congress was officially sworn in today, giving Democrats massive majorities in both houses. This doesn't change much, however, since most of the Republicans kicked out of office by Democrats were moderates, and the extreme ones like Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene now represent more of the party.

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