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  1. Bill Weld withdraws from Presidential race after health scares, plans to support the Libertarian nominee In a video today, the former Governor of Massachusetts announced his withdrawal from the Libertarian nomination. "I plan to support our nominee in November whoever that may be. Thank you all for your support."
  2. Very good scenarios! They are really fun to play! Both leaders of the Independence Alliance in the Nordic Union have the same leader portrait. Other than that good job!
  3. Bill Weld visits California, makes the case for the Libertarian Party in 2024, criticizes both Democrats and Republicans "Republicans talk about freedom for all Americans and yet they choose to restrict a Woman's right to choose or LGBTQ rights. Rights which are guaranteed by the constitution. Democrats talk about freedom and yet they want to over regulate our economy. This is not freedom my friends. This is the broken system that has been around for too long. The Libertarian party is the only choice that can change American lives for the better. Under our party, the government will stay out of your bedroom and the market will forever be free. No longer will we have to choose between the lesser of two evils. The Libertarian Party has the best of both parties!"
  4. I stopped watching the news since Jan of this year and bah gawd is my life cheerful. Plus I don't really have social media so life is good.
  5. I actually started a United Commonwealth scenarios of my own but I haven't finished it yet.
  6. I disagree. She still managed to distance herself from the administration as well as distinguished herself as UN ambassador.
  7. Nikki Haley could be interesting
  8. 1st: Moderate 2nd: Agrarian Democrats 3rd: National Democrats 4th: Progressive Democrats
  9. Bill Weld announces campaign for the Libertarian Party's nomination In a video released on YouTube, Bill Weld talked about why he is running for president "The Republican Party has lost its way. Gone is the party of liberty for all and of fiscal responsibility. It has been replaced by something that is unrecognizable to all liberty loving Americans. That is why the Libertarian party is the party I am seeking its nomination from. The party represents the values of all Americans that love our freedom of choice. I hope that the delegates and voters will give me the opportunity to bring our message of personal liberty and fiscal restraint to the voters. Thank you."
  10. I would like to play as Bill Weld running for the Libertarian Party
  11. Yeah I took a break from the scenario but I still plan to finish it eventually.
  12. Go go go Patine! You can do it! We believe in you!
  13. I have more scenarios already made but I haven't posted them.
  14. Bill Clinton! We had a surplus under him! His policies are primarily the reason as to why I picked him. Currently I would say Donald Trump. He's madr me want to become a Canadian citizen which I plan to do whenever I get the chance His rhetoric is primarily the reason as to why i picked him. He does not attempt to unite our country. Best President would probably be George H.W Bush. The man was a compassionate man and helped the world by seeing the end of the Cold War. Plus he was a pragmatic leader. James B. He didn't do much. Ronald R. I think Goldwater was better but keep in mind I'm from Arizona so I'm biased. Gerald Ford. The man led us through a tough time and did his best. Sure his pardon was controversial but it was for the greater good. Michael Dukakis. Dukakis would have been Bill Clinton except without the charisma and more integrity. I'm a big fan of Joe Lieberman! Sad that he didn't win in 04. He would have made a interesting president.Im I'm not sure to be honest. Charlie Crist anyone? I'm a fan of the following! Kevin Rudd, Vicente Fox, Tony Blair, John Major, Gordon Brown, David Cameron, Theresa May, Jean Chretien, Paul Martin, Joe Clark, Peter McKay, Jagmeet Singh, I miss Jack Layton, Tom Mulcair(great leader of the opposition but a bad campaigner!) But out of all of these I'll pick Jean Chretien! He is a inspiration to me and I believe he was the greatest Prime Minister of Canada or maybe that honor goes to Kim Campbell
  15. I saw that AMLO was mentioned and I will give my two cents in His administration's handling of the pandemic has been rather bad However, his policies especially in terms of grants to students, raising the minimum wage, and raise pensions have helped the population of Mexico and were all promises he made. He reminds me of President Cardenas except Cardenas didn't have to deal with a pandemic and was a lot more interesting to read about then AMLO. ( I took Mexican history and followed the 2018 election closely if anyone is wondering. I also made a 2018 Mexico scenario if anyone is interested)
  16. Crist campaigns in the Southwest (AZ,NV and CO) Mary Landrieu campaigns in the South (Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia) Joe Donnelly campaigns in Indiana
  17. (Replace the second event Greg Orman and Heidi Heidkamp campaign in The Plains states where they talk about giving a voice to the independent minded voters, Orman focusing on Kansas while Heidi is focusing on the Dakotas with this) Crist responds to coalition offer "We are not looking for a coalition at this time but we will consider the offer after the election. (So don't bother sending any offers until then )
  18. Joe Donnelly campaigns in Indiana, talks about how Indiana elected him to the Senate in 2012 and he's asking his fellow independent minded citizens for their support Greg Orman and Heidi Heidkamp campaign in The Plains states where they talk about giving a voice to the independent minded voters, Orman focusing on Kansas while Heidi is focusing on the Dakotas Crist and Mary Landrieu campaign throughout the Southern states where they hold a major Rally in New Orleans "Hello New Orleans! God bless you all, thank you all for coming! For years I was your Senator and I'm asking you to give our Bloc a chance. Now here to make the case is my friend and our party leader, Charlie Crist!" Crist comes on stage "Thank you Mary! Hello my friends, I'm here to tell you why you should give us a chance on the upcoming election. For years Republicans and Democrats have made promises and they have not completed them. The Bloc is different my friends, we won't promise anything that can't be done. We'll put the interests of the people forward. We'll work to getting quality health care to Americans, respecting our environment and most importantly improving our economy and balancing our budget. Give us a chance! Let's change America for the better! God Bless you all!"
  19. Angus King campaign for the Centre Bloc in New England, talks bipartisanship and how the Bloc can best represent the values of New England Heidi Heidkamp campaigns in the Plains states stopping at Wichita, Kansas; Lincoln, Nebraska; Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Fargo, North Dakota alongside Joe Donnelly where they talk about the Bloc being the party that a majority of Americans can support Crist and Bill Nelson hold rally in Miami, Florida "Hello Florida! God bless you all for coming out here to come and support the Bloc! I was your Senator for many years and Charlie was your Governor for 4 years and now we're asking you to give us a chance to make our country work for the people. Now give a hand to my friend Charlie!" Crist joins Nelson on stage. "Thank you Bill for that kind introduction. My friends the Bloc is party that represents some of the values that everyday Americans share. We have leaders all over the country and we are a movement that everyone can be apart of. But we need your help! We need as many votes as we can get and I'm sure we'll be able to hold all the parties to account. Thank you all! God bless you and the United States!"
  20. Charlie Crist launches campaign in St. Petersburg, Florida for the Centre Party "Hello my fellow Floridians and Americans. Our nation is at a crossroads. We have come a long way since 1776 and now we are at a point in which we can say no the same old politics of yesteryear. I ask you all to support our party as we will put forward the interests of the people. We're the party of the people and for everyone that is tired of D.C. Thank you all, God bless you! Greg Orman campaigns in the Plains states for the Centre Party, talks about changing D.C and getting all parties to work together Michael Bloomberg launches nationwide AD about key platforms of the Centre Party such as being Fiscal responsibility and Socially Liberal
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