Name and office: Sen. Ben Larson [Black Male]
Resident state: Maryland
VP nominee: Rep. Larry Silverstream (C, AZ-1) [White Male]
Key Issue to Defend in Theoretical Debate: Conservative Policy as the nation shifts to the right away from Socialism
Platform (see State of the Union):
Nation Strength: We can't afford to be Number 2 in our current situation. The only way that we keep Americans safe is by topping Russia and taking our place as the greatest freedom guardians the world over.
Military Strength: A build up is required, the Liberals and Socialists aren't willing to invest as much as we need. The fact is that the world is gripped in tumult and we can't afford to lose our advantage militarily. We must dig out of the nuclear hole into which Russia has placed us.
Foreign Affairs: This administration fell out of the American people's good graces for their botched Diplomatic overtures into the Ottoman Empire. Take from a party that has actually governed and governed well as far as Foreign Policy is concerned our major concern is keeping together the alliances forged by the likes of Presidents Hillsbury and Trebuano. Because of these two leaders, we have the infrastructure that has kept America safe! We can't forsake that in any sense of the word.
Military: Our major priorities need to be focusing on pressuring in Asia and developing a Nuclear Weapon. We need to use our influence where it is necessary. The fact is that beating Russia is unfeasible and we need to focus our strategy at keeping them in check. Asia is where we can truly make the difference and topple Chinese power in the region. I foresee a nuclear stalemate in Russia, but that is what is in America's interest. We're running on safety and pragmatism. The last thing we can afford is a costly and lively World War.
Economy: Our presence in Asia will be the major culmination of our administration's work regarding economic policy. The more we insert ourselves into the Economies of Asia, the more better off we'll be. China has grown weak and it's our turn to exert dominance in the Far East. Military production should be our focus otherwise, we are in a defensive state.
Trade: This election is all about making sure that we have an ability to keep our influence potent between Russia and China. Trade with Europe and the Far East is a given in keeping us above water internationally.
Budget: We will attempt to keep the budget balanced, but our safety, for the first time as a nation, is going to have to come first. We certainly don't throw responsibility to the wind like the Socialists, but a balance will take the passenger's seat, certainly not a back seat.
Social Harmony: We are glad that the nation is staying united and we hope this will lead to greater levels of enlistment in the American Armed Forces to defend against said threats.
Immigration: We are happy with this Immigration but we're interested in exploring a service requirement after a certain number of immigrants. We should take advantage of the surge in manpower.
Mood: We commend our military leadership for these victories, but the fact is that this administration has been ineffective at any real leadership and any real attempt to keep the nation safe has ended in exactly the opposite. The Socialist Party was not meant to govern and this term has resoundingly proven that without possibility of dispute.
Party Power: Folks, the Liberals have been bedfellows with the Socialists since Day 1. And as soon as the Socialists inevitable began to fell that attempted to jump out of the bed they made. Make no mistake that despite Liberal flip-flops, they are still birds of a feather with the Socialists and that the Socialists are still unable to govern even with the support of the Liberal Party. The Liberals have tried to rush to the center, but the fact is that they are a Leftist alternative to the Far-Left Socialists, the Conservative represent the commanding majority of Center-Right Americans for smaller government and stronger defense. It's time we saw the Liberals and Socialists uniformly rejected.
Incumbent: This President has given the nation a historically poor performance. There is no doubt why his approval bottomed out in the low 20s and now only sits in the mid 30s. It's because he promised a lot for America, then dove to the Far-Left with policies that simply don't work. It's time that we tell the President loud and clear that we are not satisfied and his Far-Leftist agenda was given a shot and it missed spectacularly.