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  1. US Presidential History RP

    Reverend Taylor casts his ballot for himself and Governor James Dayton! (I view our characters as similar but one is Southern and one is Northern, good ticket.)
  2. US Presidential History RP

    Reverend Taylor casts his ballot for himself and Governor James Dayton! @CalebsParadox (I view our characters as similar but one is Southern and one is Northern, good ticket.)
  3. Forum Political Compass

    At the suggestion of @vcczar I will be compiling a Forum Political Compass, post your coordinates here! I will be making a lovely map of us!
  4. 1988 Roleplay

    @RP Overlord Debate?
  5. Forum Political Compass

    Ok, you have that opinion!
  6. Forum Political Compass

    I have taken it again, I shifted to the Economic Right to 10 and shifted downwards to 3.9.
  7. Building a Good Presidential Cabinet

    I was going back and forth for those. Good point, I'd also think that Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) would be a Good Chief of Staff. I think the CIA should be seriously declawed, he is a leading member of the Freedom Caucus and shares that same view.
  8. Building a Good Presidential Cabinet

    State: Mr. Dennis Prager (R-NY) Treasury: Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) Defense: Gen. James Mattis (I-WA) Attorney General: Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) Agriculture: Gov. Sam Brownback (R-KS) Commerce: Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) Homeland Security: Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT) Interior: Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) Health and Human Sciences: Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Veteran Affairs: Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA) Housing and Urban Dev: Dr. Ben Carson (R-MD) Transportation: Dr. Alan Keyes (R-IL) Education: Mrs. Betsy DeVos (R-MI) Labor: Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) Energy: Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) UN Ambassador: Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC) Nat. Sec. Adviser: Prof. Michael Scheuer (R-VA) Chief of Staff: Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) Trade Rep: Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) Dir Nat. Intel.: Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) Dir. Off. Mgmt. Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) Dir. CIA: Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) Adm. EPA: AG Scott Pruit (R-OK) Adm Small Businesses: Mrs. Linda McMahon (R-CT)
  9. 1988 Roleplay

    I agree there, but you are missing the point. Reagan was still a social conservative, and it was with the Reagan Revolution that Social and Cultural Conservatives came to rise again in American politics.
  10. 1988 Roleplay

    While I agree with that in sentiment, Reagan's sparking of their rebirth in American society, would have in my opinion, been expedited by Robertson and their influence would have been more rapidly asserted by the early 90s.
  11. 1988 Roleplay

    The biggest form of disunity came unto Bush from his "No New Taxes" in the form of Buchanan. I think with a Grassroots Conservative in office the Party would be rather united.
  12. Building a Good Presidential Cabinet

    @vcczar This will be fun.
  13. 1988 Roleplay

    And Robertson wouldn't be as weakened by Party Disunity.
  14. US Presidential History RP

    Name: Rev. Richard Taylor State: Virginia Political Party: Federalist (Would soon become Democratic-Republican as I only favor the Constitution with the Bill of Rights) Age: 38 Current Profession: Southern Baptist Preacher Short-term goal: Become a Leader in Congress, Senator or Congressman Long-term goal: President or SCOTUS Background: Reverend Taylor was educated at William and Mary and received top of his class grades for Theology. He swiftly became a Preacher and has become known throughout the state of Virginia, even into the surrounding Carolinas and Maryland for his fiery sermons. He is an outward and vivacious person that controls a room with his charisma, he also is notoriously hard on himself and completed devoted to his faith life. Can this devotion be directed to the people? Can he become a well-known leader in Congress and then serve at a higher position? @vcczar
  15. North Korea war

    Considering those two were two of the worst in the last 10 years I'll take this as the best.
  16. Senate Historical Scenarios you'd like to see

    1980 is rather prolific.
  17. 1988 Roleplay

    President Robertson will have transformed it into a Conservative Paradise by then
  18. 1988 Roleplay

    Awesome! I stopped doing events since I parsed out you were busy and didn't want you to be swamp, just give the go ahead when you're set!
  19. Presidential Ranker Excel

    Very true. And to @Patine's point further, Bush in accompanied by many of the greatest defenders of American Liberty. I view him as a morally upright man with strong conservative convictions and some disagreements on other issues.
  20. Presidential Ranker Excel

    I disagree with your assessment of the Patriot Act as the worst to assail those particular issues, but simply, yes, it is a horrific piece of legislation. It is a piece of legislation that was an understandable knee-jerk reaction that never should have become law. Presidents are not perfect, there will never be a perfect President because there are no perfect men. George Bush fought on a multitude of issues, his work on the rights of the unborn most indelibly, fighting the good fight, including for liberty, freedom, and rights, that while the Patriot act was a misstep, it was one that does not put him below any of the lower Presidents, most of whom abridged Liberty just as he or perhaps held not as robust a record on other issues. You'll notice many of those at the bottom are among the most hideous of offenders to American Liberty.
  21. Presidential Ranker Excel

    I think Eisenhower really could not have been better to reign the country in from the absurdity of Roosevelt. (We can just gloss over Truman for argument's sakes lol) Despite that appointment, for which I certainly marked down, he was a solid President and paved the way for Conservatism to take its dominant strides in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. He was a good man and a good conservative, not too many can you find these days, especially not coinciding. As for Trump, I am shocked by how high he is, I marked him well for his platform, since he has executed it rather conservatively, but destroyed his rank with scathing ranks for his odious Moral character. I STRONGLY dislike Donald Trump the person, I slightly approve of Donald Trump the President. That slight approval will either falter or hold considering how far he takes his missteps on Trade and Guns.
  22. Bush Dynasty

    Then George P. Bush starting in 2028 or 2032.
  23. Presidential Ranker Excel

    George Washington - 305 Ronald Reagan - 303 Thomas Jefferson - 246 Calvin Coolidge - 201 Dwight Eisenhower -151 Andrew Jackson - 146 William McKinley -140 (Tie broke by personal opinion) George W. Bush - 140 (See above) Abraham Lincoln - 126 James Polk -109 Richard Nixon - 104 James Monroe -78 John F. Kennedy - 76 (Tie broken by personal opinion) George H. W. Bush - 76 (See above) Donald Trump - 73 Theodore Roosevelt - 61 Harry S. Truman - 60 James Madison - 53 William H. Taft - 30 Millard Fillmore - 16 John Adams - 2 Zachary Taylor - -2 Gerald Ford - -4 (Tie broken by personal opinion) Benjamin Harrison - -4 (See above) John Q. Adams - -7 Rutherford B. Hayes - -8 Ulysses S. Grant - -12 James Garfield - -17 Grover Cleveland - -24 William H. Harrison - -31 (Tie broken by personal opinion) Martin Van Buren - -31 (See above) Chester Arthur - -36 Warren G. Harding - -40 John Tyler - -97 Bill Clinton - -101 Jimmy Carter - -112 Franklin D. Roosevelt - -133 Herbert Hoover - -167 Franklin Pierce - -204 Barack Obama - -206 Andrew Johnson - -214 Lyndon Johnson - -260 Woodrow Wilson - -264 James Buchanan - -285
  24. 2020 Scenario Issue: Free Trade

    Interesting that the third option was voted on by Left-Wing users and the second by you plus two vocal conservatives. It is interesting to see how ideology shapes opinions of opposing ideology.
  25. Presidential Ranker Excel

    As will I, have Lincoln and Washington done so far, working on FDR, this will take a minute