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About TheLiberalKitten

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  1. 1988 Roleplay

    Michael Dukakis announces official end of his campaign, makes huge endorsement "I have come to a major decision in my political career. I have decided that I will no longer run for the Democratic nomination. I had a tough decision to make and I struggled with this decision for days. My friend's the true message of my campaign was not about policy, it was mostly about building a coalition of people from all over the place. Therefore I am endorsing Al Gore for the presidency and the Democratic nomination. He is truly building a grand coalition of people and I believe that he will work with both sides if the aisle to get things done. I want to thank everyone for their support and now I ask you all to support Al Gore as you have supported me. I'll see you all on the campaign trail. I'll be with Al at his next rally."
  2. 1988 Roleplay

    (OMG thirty years but different genders lolol )
  3. 1988 Roleplay

    Dukakis makes major announcement "My friends and supporters. I have given this a lot of thought and consideration. While I have stated in the past that my campaign will go to the convention, I have decided that I will not actively campaign for the Democratic nomination. I hope that all my supporters will still vote for me in the primaries, and whatever delegates I get I will release them at the convention so that they may decide who will be the party nominee, or perhaps I will endorse my preferred candidate. I would like to hear if the other candidates would take a few of my platform ideas and incorporate them into the Democratic party platform. It truly has been amazing listening to everyone that I've met. I will still travel the country to meet with people and maybe you'll find me with my friends Al Gore and Gerry Ferraro. Good luck on your campaigns, you've got it easier now that Mike Dukakis isn't going to campaign against you both.Thank you and goodnight."
  4. 1988 Roleplay

    Dukakis in Iowa, talks Children's Health care Dukakis in Minnesota, talks job training Dukakis in Michigan, talks about unions Jessie Jackson campaigns for Dukakis in the South Dukakis in Iowa, meets with factory workers Dukakis in Iowa, talks bout Women''s reproductive rights Dukakis re-releases ad in the South about his integrity
  5. 1988 Roleplay

    Dukakis in Iowa, talks Trade Deals "We need fair trade deals where everyone wins a slice of the pie. We need trade deals that will protect workers as well as the environment. We need the best trade deal that we could get. In my administration, we will work on this so that not all jobs go to foreign markets." Dukakis in Minnesota, talks environment "We need to expand the national park service, Protect the lands that we have established for conservation and invest in clean energy. We don't want to put anyone out of work, so we'll try to create job training programs to help workers get the skills they need to get new jobs if they are unemployed." Dukakis in Tennessee, talks if he loses the nomination "If I don't become the nominee, I will gladly campaign for the Democratic party. In fact, I will gladly support anyone who does not divide our country. Someone like Al Gore, or Gerry Ferraro and I hope that the Democratic party takes the White House in Nov." Dukakis releases ad in Iowa and the South talking about his executive experience as he was a former Governor
  6. 1988 Roleplay

    (Thanks. I've been resting. Let's hope I'll be back on this soon.)
  7. 1988 Roleplay

    (I've got a major cold and I just haven't been sleeping very well. I'll get well soon tho. I hope )
  8. 1988 Roleplay

    (Sorry everyone that I haven't been on lately This sickness sucks and it hasn't had me in the mood to write. I'll write a few stops later today)
  9. 1988 Roleplay

    Ralph Nader campaigns for Dukakis in New Hampshire "Michael Dukakis is a true progressive. He's a man willing to put his country over his party. He's also going to be the Bipartisan president, who'll look for solutions with both parties for our countries many problems. He's the man that will make the economy work for all of us, not just the 1%." Jessie Jackson campaigns for Dukakis in Tennesse "Michael Dukakis is going to work with Republicans and Democrats to get our poorest of children the health insurance that most need to survive. He's gonna support research and development of a AIDS cure. He's going to expand Social Security benefits as well as try his hardest to make our country a better place for everyone." Dukakis re-releases ad featuring Russell Long in the South and Iowa Dukakis in Iowa, talks about sex education "We need to find ways to keep abortions, safe, legal and rare. We need more sex education programs that teach the basics about sex, not abstinence based sex education. Perhaps a hybrid of both could be better suited. It'll teach that abstinence is the best way to prevent pregnancy and it'll teach what to do just in case the couple decides to have sex." (I'll add a few more events later after I've got myself bed rest)
  10. 1988 Roleplay

    ( Thank you for clearing that up @Somberg)
  11. 1988 Roleplay

    ( whoops )
  12. 1988 Roleplay

    (Sorry for the lack of details friends. I'm a little sick and I'm resting. ) Dukakis in New Hampshire, talks about women's reproductive health Dukakis in South Carolina, talks about how he would work with Congress to fight poverty and get all poor children health care Dukakis in Iowa, talks about how in his administration only fair trade deals would be signed Dukakis visits a farm in Minnesota, talks to farmers about his idea of what could be done to help farmers Dukakis in Iowa, visits a senior center, talks about expanding Social Security Dukakis releases ad in the South, and the Plains states Long: "I'm Russell Long." Mansfield: "And I'm Mike Mansfield." Both: "And we're supporting Michael Dukakis for president." Long: "Why? Because he would be a bipartisan president. He's the man we need." Mansfield: "He will work with both sides of the aisle to make America great" "Vote for Dukakis, he'll be the president for all Americans." "Paid for by Dukakis for America"
  13. Historical Scenario Commission Election Updates!

    Not yet. It's in the shop so it'll be a while. Sorry I can't help