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  1. Some amusing stuff

    literally love this word
  2. John F. Kennedy vs Nixon

    Cringe
  3. The death of ukip.

    David Cameron was the one who affected me mainly. I can't see the appeal in the tories.
  4. The death of ukip.

    Leader is dumb and his selections for most cabinet positions are stupid but I'd probably vote for them considerably how the Conservative party messed up my educational life and doesn't do me any favors.
  5. General Historical Scenarios Update

    Sort of dumb to ask but it'd be interesting if a few people could get together to start releasing scenarios based on foreign elections too. I find those a lot more interesting than US ones due to the lack of availability.
  6. I'm a huge follower of french politics (though even less nowadays as I've began to lose focus and interest in politics as a whole) and Macron has begun to win me over even though I disagree with his pro-EU stance most of the time. I was following these when they occurred (which was like, exactly tonight) so I think I can offer some input or atleast I'm interested in stating my opinion in this thread. En Marche has dropped a considerable amount in both of the seats contested tonight and Les Republicains had a surge which wasn't reflective at all of current polling of Macron's popularity (which shows hes not at any means a "popular" president but its definitely stable and a drop-off like that wouldn't make much sense with the current narrative.) Looking more into it Front National's polling in both seats have dropped and you can see that the right's tactic to pick up disenfranchised FN voters who have ran after Le Pen's horrible debate performance + the failure legislatively is working. Obviously I'm no analyst but I think Macron has something to legitimately fear about in 2022, even if he wins his reelection, I don't think he'll have a majority to allow his selected Prime Minister to push an agenda through, it'd be interesting to see cohabitation but even more if no one party has a majority which (early days I know!) seems to be a possibility. (Gonna have to wait to see the second turn results for these by-elections plus the ones in March for that one I think.) I guess we'll have to wait a while to get a solid answer on this but looks interesting!
  7. Leader of the Resistance

    If you mean like a party where theres anti-Trump, sounds nice and fun to play as, all depends on how you poll them though.
  8. Speaker of the House in 2020 Poll

    It'd be really nice if the Republican party modernized and kept their hard-line issues on some stuff such as abortion whilst not being absolute idiots when it comes to getting elected. They need new speech writers or something because I cannot find a single thing appealing about any of them, though I could say the same about Democrats in a way.
  9. Weres the update?

    Been waiting for the two round PR update since like May 2017 lol
  10. Alternate History - No 22nd Amendment

    Interesting concept and its nice to see President Dewey.
  11. Labour threats

    Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Jeremy Hunt Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond Whats your point? Atleast if Diane Abbott was home sec, I'd be able to have a chance at being a police officer.
  12. Labour threats

    I honestly was one of the people hoping Corbyn wouldn't come to power but after a year of May, is it really worse?
  13. Labour threats

    And? She'll resign. There's nothing really here to talk about other than perceived spread of radicalism which is hilarious.
  14. Even though I've slowly drifted towards the centre, it amazes me how unlikable literally EVERY US politician is.
  15. Romney - Clinton Tie

    Seems somewhat realistic actually.
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