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« Reply #75 on: August 13, 2013, 02:15:48 PM »

Yeah... I'll do that, but we can do a vote eg:


Mr Jenkins?

Scott: Nay

Mr Owen?

Dr. Cynic: Aye

Mr Erickson?

Maxwell: Nay

either that or just say


Arkansas votes 2/2, they are in favor, Arizona votes 1/2, they are undecided, Alaska votes 2/2, Alaska is in favor, Alabama votes 2/2, they are in favor... and so on... (Max, Scott, Dr. Cynic, if you could pm me beforehand on how they would vote, it would be much easier thanks Smiley )

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President: George W. Romney R-MI -Maxwell
Veep; James E. Wilson R-WA -Maxwell
Secretary of State: Frank Hartman R-ME -Spiral
Secretary of Treasury: Daniel G. Ward R-PA -Spiral
Secretary of Interior: Jacob "Jake" Hancock II R-MI -Jack Enderman
Secretary of Defense: Ed Summers R-KS -Spiral
Attorney General: Chris Christie R-NJ *anybody can be him*
Secretary of Homeland Security: Robert Reed D-KS -KansasYoungDem
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development: Jimmy McMillan TRITDH-NY *anybody can be him*
Secretary of Health and Human services: Bobby Jindal R-LA *anybody can be him*
Secretary of Veteran Affairs: John McCain R-AZ *anybody can be him*
Secretary of Labor
Secretary of Energy: Sarah Palin R-AK *anybody can be her*
Secretary of Education
Secretary of Transportation: William "Buddy" Eubanks R-MS -KRich
Secretary of Commerce: Mitt Romney R-MA *anybody can be him*
Secretary of Agriculture


Rep 1: Jon Bismarck R-MT -Jack Enderman
Rep 2: Marquis J. Worthington III R-FL -Jack Enderman
Rep 3
Rep 4
Rep 5

Sen 1: Rodger Erickson R-CT -Maxwell
Sen 2: Ron P. Jenkins D-AR -Scott
Sen 3: Brian Owen D-PA -Dr. Cynic
Sen 4
Sen 5

Speaker of the House: Eric Cantor R-VA *Anyone can be him*

House Majority Leader: Reginald Hamlin D-IL -Maxwell
House Minority Leader: Ben Keslowski R-TN -Jack Enderman

Senate Pro Tempore:

Senate Majority Leader: F. Forrester "Forest" Church IV D-ID -Scott
Senate Minority Leader: Marco Rubio R-FL *anyone can be him*
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« Reply #76 on: August 25, 2013, 11:26:04 AM »

bump... (in character)

So George, are you gonna release your agenda yet so Congress can deal with it?
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« Reply #77 on: September 01, 2013, 05:12:23 PM »

bump...
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« Reply #78 on: September 01, 2013, 05:15:53 PM »

OOC: At what point in 2013 are we?  If it's present time, it would be appropriate for the President and Congress to react to the current Syria situation...
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« Reply #79 on: September 01, 2013, 05:32:05 PM »

OOC: At what point in 2013 are we?  If it's present time, it would be appropriate for the President and Congress to react to the current Syria situation...

We're in February 2013 last time I recall... But we can jump to August/September if you guys want.... Oh, and we have a new nation, Qumar (Kumar), which is south of Qatar on the Gulf Coast all the way to the UAE... Also Qarain (Kwarain), which is north of Quamar from the northern border to Iraq... Also Burma and Thailand are going through the same thing as Pakistan and India... (Burma is a la Pakistan and Thailand is a la India) also Lebanon is divided in half by Israel and the Nationalist Lebanon... And Kurdistan is to Turkey and Iraq as Chechnya is to Russia... Iran is the same except for the communist dictatorship in the southeast... Also, we discovered oil underneath Minnesota and the Dakotas (and it was an issue in the 2012 election because President or should I say former President Obama didn't drill there...) Anyways, the whole thing isn't really all that "current time" because I'm wanting us to get to Election 2016 by late December...
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« Reply #80 on: September 09, 2013, 01:20:32 PM »

I don't have a great feeling about this game...
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« Reply #81 on: September 09, 2013, 02:16:04 PM »

Right…. even though this is awesome, it has definitely lost its charm......I blame the fact that the Interactive Timelines board is dead And because I dropped it in here unstead the Parent board anyways lets hope for it to continue Smiley
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« Reply #82 on: September 17, 2013, 08:42:10 PM »

President Romney proposes attack on Syria, pushes congressional approval


President George Romney, after seeing that Assad had chemical weapons, has decided to declare War on Syria. He said that Assad's actions merited "humanitarian reaction", stating that:

"America can not and will not tolerate tyrants murdering their own citizens. Every human being has a right to life, and I think we need to protect life as hard across the globe as we do here. We need to go after Assad and give Syria back to the Syrian people."

Reaction out of Washington is currently unknown, but it is already leaked that Vice President James Wilson has been badgering Senators and Congressman on the issue, not uncommon with the way he has pushed through other pieces of legislation. Romney, a noted executive, has delegated a lot of legislative responsibilities to his Vice President.
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« Reply #83 on: September 17, 2013, 09:03:17 PM »




AP- Hancock, Congressman Worthington announce circumstantial support on Syria

Secretary of Interior Jake Hancock Jr. and Congressman Marquis Worthington (Worthington on Jimmy Kimmel) announced just tonight that though they support military action, it should be to both against Assad and the Al-Qaeda sponsored rebels... Worthington said on Kimmel:

Worthington: "If the President says that we should go to War with Syria, then which of the lesser evils should we have taken out? This is exactly why we should have intervened in Qarat and Quarain... We had them right where we got them, but President Paul stalled and waited for diplomacy with them and the U.N. Iran didn't care, Russia had a revolution going on so they were preoccupied, China was dealing with Taiwanese aggression and trying to spy and hack Americans, we could'a got 'em! But noooh... President Paul had to wait for the U.N. and 'ya know what they did? The rebels got the power and U.S. influence decreased.... I couldn't imagine a better time to declare war! Congress was full of Conservatives and Libertarians, the armed forces were ready now then they were ever, and the only thing that Ron Paul could'a done was say "Do it" and we would've been in there and the "Muslim Brotherhood" would'a been shakin in their Russian-made boots... Not Israel pointing their AK-47s and waiting for the next bomb to land in their cities and villages...
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« Reply #84 on: February 28, 2014, 03:15:02 PM »

anyone think its worthwhile to do a new one? I think that the Interactive Timelines board is no longer dead but alive, thanks to Scott. Anyways I have an idea of starting anew, but instead in Y2K, not this year. Whaddaya think?
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