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35 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

Parties submit their platforms, and schools are encouraged to teach all platforms fairly.

 

State of the Union for Election of 1920
 

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National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Great Britain, Germany,  United States, Japan, France, Italy, Austria, Mexico, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is 60,000 men and 52 ships, with a reserve army of 120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently arming the Republican/Monarchist faction in the Mexican coup, as well as providing 6 battleships as a loan. The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C.

Military: Our military is semi-active. Our navy is blockading the Gulf of Mexico, and our army is helping secure goods across the US-Mexican border.

Economy: The economy has stagnated, but the U.S. is no longer declining.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 20% with Britain, 20% with Germany, 20% with France, and 20% with other non-radical European powers. Trade is growing, especially with the open French market.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with only 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1940. Our budget consists of the income of 28% taxes 35% tariff 26% overseas territories/canals and 11% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 55% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure 10% disaster aid and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is basically united.

Immigration: Immigration has seen a small decline, but nothing major.

Mood of the people: The mood of the people is content. Nobody is mad about anything, but nobody is really excited about anything either.

Party Power: Conservatives are on a Senate rebound, but Liberals have a grip of House seats.

Popularity of the Incumbent: The president is popular, ending with a 61% approval rating and 26% disapproval rating.

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Name and office:

Age:

Party:

Resident state: 

VP nominee: 

Platform (see State of the Union):

 

One last shot as Talbot I guess.

 

Name and office: Secretary of State Arty J. Talbot

Age: 58

Party: Conservative

Resident state: New York

VP nominee: Vice President Hillsbury @Reagan04 (I would serve as VP as well.)

Platform (see State of the Union):

 

National Strength: It is our duty to get on the top again. During a Talbot administration we will lead the United States to her destiny, to lead the world as it's best and most powerful nation.

Military Strength: As long as we focus on our people without going overseas to fight other countries wars everything is fine here. Make sure our army is always ready to defend our great country.

Foreign Affairs: We will continue to arm the R/M faction. Send them military advisers to end the civil war in front of our doors quickly. This would also reduce the amount of Mexican refugees and immigrants coming to our country. Make sure that the factions hostile to Democracy itself never win ground.

Military: It is fine what our boys are doing down in Mexico, making sure justice and security in order to defend liberty, justice and security. We do not intend to engage in this war directly but it is our duty to defend certain values before the opponents are taking ground and begin threatening our country. Mexico is not Europe. It is our neighbor, bare this in mind.

Economy: We need denationalization, deregulation and tax cuts for our people and their employing industries in order to ensure a booming economy and higher wages.

Trade: Trade is good, trade is important. We will continue to establish good relations with European and third-world countries but not with any radical government. We will not sponsor those ideologies with our quality goods.

Budget: A balanced budget through cut spending was the goal of all Conservative administrations and we intend to keep it that way.

Social Harmony: Unity is an important and if I am elected President I promise to meet with wage-worker and Asians representatives in order to address their needs as well.

Immigration: As the Conservative administration has called for literacy and loyalty tests, we will continue to watch those closely who come to our country. We cannot risk that Communism or Fascism takes a foothold in our nation. We will also make sure that not too much immigrants will enter our country in order to protect job opportunities for our own people first.

Mood of the people: We will improve government, make it more efficient and we will address the needs of all people. It does not matter if you are an employee, an employer or a poor immigrant mum, we will work for you to make your life better.

Party Power: As I often said a strong executive can only deliver good results if he has the backing of the Congress. So I urge you to vote Conservative down-ballot. Let's the Liberals that we are a united force. Go to the voting booths!

Popularity of the Incumbent: President Rodgers was the fresh start we needed and we will continue to improve and expand his policies in order to secure the best living atmosphere for all of our people. Thank you and God bless you!

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40 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

Parties submit their platforms, and schools are encouraged to teach all platforms fairly.

 

State of the Union for Election of 1920
 

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National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Great Britain, Germany,  United States, Japan, France, Italy, Austria, Mexico, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is 60,000 men and 52 ships, with a reserve army of 120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently arming the Republican/Monarchist faction in the Mexican coup, as well as providing 6 battleships as a loan. The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C.

Military: Our military is semi-active. Our navy is blockading the Gulf of Mexico, and our army is helping secure goods across the US-Mexican border.

Economy: The economy has stagnated, but the U.S. is no longer declining.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 20% with Britain, 20% with Germany, 20% with France, and 20% with other non-radical European powers. Trade is growing, especially with the open French market.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with only 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1940. Our budget consists of the income of 28% taxes 35% tariff 26% overseas territories/canals and 11% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 55% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure 10% disaster aid and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is basically united.

Immigration: Immigration has seen a small decline, but nothing major.

Mood of the people: The mood of the people is content. Nobody is mad about anything, but nobody is really excited about anything either.

Party Power: Conservatives are on a Senate rebound, but Liberals have a grip of House seats.

Popularity of the Incumbent: The president is popular, ending with a 61% approval rating and 26% disapproval rating.

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Name and office:

Age:

Party:

Resident state: 

VP nominee: 

Platform (see State of the Union):

Name and office: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Socialist Writer and Political Activist (Essentially George Ross Kirkpatrick).

Race and gender, if other than white male: White Male.

Party: Socialist Labor Party.

Resident state: New Jersey (Born in Ohio).

Platform (see State of the Union): 

National Strength: Aim to move up one or two ranks in the top 10 country rankings.

Military Strength: Maintain the military and navy at the troop and ship levels they are currently at if the budget allows for it. Maintain naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia if those territories consent to them being maintained, withdraw from them if consent is not given. Invest in civilian infrastructure, set up civilian governments and hold status referendums in these territories.

Foreign Affairs: Enact a policy of strict neutrality only engage in warfare if we are attacked or for humanitarian reasons (Or in exceptional circumstances). Withdraw support from the monarchists in the Mexican Civil War, continue support for the republicans but stop arms sales to them but send military advisors to train their armies instead. Establish friendly diplomatic relations with Socialist Italy. Condemn and impose sanctions on any nation actively invading sovereign nations Eg. Japan.

Military: Have the military and navy perform training exercises to be prepared for possible attacks or potential humanitarian intervention, stop the blockade in the Gulf of Mexico. Rescind the batttleship loan.

Economy: Try and institute a progressive tax system, attempt to have at least one state-owned company in each industry and encourage the creation of workers co-operatives, institute a national 8-hour working day and give all workers two days off at the end of the week (Saturday and Sunday), Long-term aims are to establish a universal health care system and a social security system, institute heavy regulations on businesses whether they be publicly or privately owned, allow for trade unions to be formed if they are not already, institute a national minimum wage, continue the policy of bimetallism for small denominations of currency (under one dollar) and switch to using the civil war currency of greenbacks for denominations larger than a dollar, maintain the national bank as it is if one exists create one if there isn't one, maintain the independent treasury if there is one and create one if there isn't one, create an income tax if there isn't one already, repeal alcohol prohibition laws, tax and regulate alcohol instead, create a federal reserve if there is not one, enact legislation which makes it illegal for businesseses public or private to discriminate on the basis of age, colour, convictions for which a pardon has been granted or a record suspended, disability, ethnicity, family status, gender identity, genetic characteristics, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation, pass much stricter enviromental and wildlife protection legislation.

Trade: Create free trade deals with nations if they agree to strict protections for workers and the natural resources of the nations involved 

Budget: A deficit is fine. Focus on how the government can make people's lives better.

Social Harmony: No Comment.

Immigration: All immigrants are welcome as long as they have not committed serious crimes, repeal the Immigration Values and Assimilation Act of 1914. 

Mood of the people: No Comment. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: No Comment. 

Party Power: The party is willing to work with the Liberal Party on issues of common interest, the Socialist Labor Party endorses the Liberal Party Candidate if the Socialist Labor Candidate does not make it to the second round.

Extra: Maintain the tri-partisan education board.

VP nominee: Egbert Seidel (WI).

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4 hours ago, Kingthero said:

Parties submit their platforms, and schools are encouraged to teach all platforms fairly.

 

State of the Union for Election of 1920
 

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National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Great Britain, Germany,  United States, Japan, France, Italy, Austria, Mexico, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is 60,000 men and 52 ships, with a reserve army of 120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently arming the Republican/Monarchist faction in the Mexican coup, as well as providing 6 battleships as a loan. The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C.

Military: Our military is semi-active. Our navy is blockading the Gulf of Mexico, and our army is helping secure goods across the US-Mexican border.

Economy: The economy has stagnated, but the U.S. is no longer declining.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 20% with Britain, 20% with Germany, 20% with France, and 20% with other non-radical European powers. Trade is growing, especially with the open French market.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with only 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1940. Our budget consists of the income of 28% taxes 35% tariff 26% overseas territories/canals and 11% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 55% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure 10% disaster aid and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is basically united.

Immigration: Immigration has seen a small decline, but nothing major.

Mood of the people: The mood of the people is content. Nobody is mad about anything, but nobody is really excited about anything either.

Party Power: Conservatives are on a Senate rebound, but Liberals have a grip of House seats.

Popularity of the Incumbent: The president is popular, ending with a 61% approval rating and 26% disapproval rating.

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Age:

Party:

Resident state: 

VP nominee: 

Platform (see State of the Union):

Name and office: President Keller Ryburn

Age: 59

Party: Liberal

Resident state: Nebraska

VP nominee: VP Rosaline Vickers (L-GA)

Platform (see State of the Union):

National Strength: We are extremely proud that our country has continued to grow and expand its base of production. We are a proud nation with a diverse history. While first position is not a current goal, we are working on increasing our position on this list. 

Military Strength: Liberals still believe that the reserve should be either channeled into another force or kept in a better state of fighting than it currently is. We want a National Guard to be created under the guidance of the states to keep our young men in a fighting position even when we are not at war. The 120,000 in reserve will be better suited as part of a National Guard. 

Foreign Affairs: The Liberal administration has seen the Mexican Republicans and Monarchists take a better position in Mexico. With the six battleships, they have been able to gain power throughout the country of Mexico and have controlled the seas. Within a few years, we should expect to see the Republicans in a position of victory.

Military: Continue on this front. If the Mexican rebels think that there is another thing they need, they need only ask. Mexico is not Europe. They are our neighbors, and we nearly completely depend on their government as a kind one to keep foreign powers away from our borders. A kind Mexico, one favorable to the US, is necessary for our Republic's survival. 

Economy: Our favorable trade deal with France we have signed should lead to a growth in our economy within 10 years. American businesses will be put to work in France and around the world because of their kindness and willingness to negotiate a good deal. Liberals point to this as how Liberals can steward our economy to a better place than it was. We will continue to make these deals, and we particularly are looking at Iberia for a good deal as well, as well as one with Mexico when the civil war is done. 

Trade: We are glad that we are not overly dependent on just one country. Diversifying trade with France was a good idea. We don't want to rely on the French either, which is why we need to be actively searching for preferable trade deals. 

Budget: If trade with France keeps increasing, there is no need to only be looking at 1940 as a potential target. If we can use some of that money to move the marker up just a bit, we can portray it as a success for our economy.

Social Harmony: Our country is at one of the better times in its life. We are happy to have guided our nation through this time of wealth and we will keep guiding it into the future. 

Immigration: No real comment here, immigration is declining naturally, as such, there is no need to act on it.

Mood of the people: Again, little to comment other than we are working to make people excited about our trajectory. 

Party Power: Send the VP out to barnstorm for Senators. While we are open to working with Conservatives, we are hoping to keep Congress in Liberal control. The President will stay mostly above the fray, allowing the Senate Majority leader, the VP, and the Speaker of the House to campaign more than he does. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: No comment other than we will pledge to keep working on behalf of all Americans. 

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9 hours ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Parties submit their platforms, and schools are encouraged to teach all platforms fairly.

 

State of the Union for Election of 1920
 

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National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Great Britain, Germany,  United States, Japan, France, Italy, Austria, Mexico, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is 60,000 men and 52 ships, with a reserve army of 120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently arming the Republican/Monarchist faction in the Mexican coup, as well as providing 6 battleships as a loan. The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C.

Military: Our military is semi-active. Our navy is blockading the Gulf of Mexico, and our army is helping secure goods across the US-Mexican border.

Economy: The economy has stagnated, but the U.S. is no longer declining.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 20% with Britain, 20% with Germany, 20% with France, and 20% with other non-radical European powers. Trade is growing, especially with the open French market.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with only 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1940. Our budget consists of the income of 28% taxes 35% tariff 26% overseas territories/canals and 11% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 55% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure 10% disaster aid and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is basically united.

Immigration: Immigration has seen a small decline, but nothing major.

Mood of the people: The mood of the people is content. Nobody is mad about anything, but nobody is really excited about anything either.

Party Power: Conservatives are on a Senate rebound, but Liberals have a grip of House seats.

Popularity of the Incumbent: The president is popular, ending with a 61% approval rating and 26% disapproval rating.

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Name and office:

Age:

Party:

Resident state: 

VP nominee: 

Platform (see State of the Union):

Former Vice President Theodore "Ted" Hillsbury (C-IN)

Age: 56 / Black Male

VP: Arty Talbot

National Strength: It is our job as the Federal Government to ensure Global American industrial hegemony. And it being our responsibility, oddly requires us to step out of the way so that the might of American Industrial power can do the job for us. Through privatization and deregulation, we can go farther than ever before. We will emerge as the most powerful and strongest nation on the planet because we are the greatest nation on the Planet. And it is only because of our unique values of Small Government and Liberty that we are indeed the Greatest, and it is only through the Conservative embrace of those ideals that we achieve our great destiny as a nation.

Military: The Military is the correct size for our current engagements and we'd like to go even further with our blockade in that any ship that attempts to pass the blockade will be plundered and have its goods sent to the Monarcho-Republican faction which President Rodgers first set us on the track of backing and utilizing to liberate Mexico.

Foreign Affairs: As stated above, we will embolden our blockade and shift the entire might of the American Military-Industrial sector into destroying Mexican radicalism as we have abroad in France. Speaking of which, I am glad to see our Free Trading Markets be opened up with France as the Conservatives have long supported. We have every intention to continue expanding influence into Europe and will not be as timid as the Liberals have been to put America on top globally.

Economy/Trade: These two go hand in hand. Much of this campaign and the next four years will hinge on the ability of our private industrial power to grow our trade boom even larger to scoop the economy out of this rut. Liberal big government nationalization techniques will absolutely not work and we cannot pretend as if they will! We need to drive denationalization home to finally unleash the full potential of American Industry. We'll want to play up my own biography with use of small government policy and economic opportunity.

Budget: Our budget is fine as is, and as we continue to shrink our federal footprint, the budget will shrink with it.

Social Harmony: We need a nation that stands up for its values. This Liberal administration has politicized Education beyond all beliefs, it is absolutely shocking and grotesque what this administration has done to make education a game for their own gain, they've been doing it since Education became an issue and we must stop them. We believe in bringing Americans together through the use of the American values of Capitalism, Constitutionalism, and Christianity. Education should not be a game for Federal politicians to play, it should be the cradle of future generations kept with great care at the state level. As a black boy growing up in Indianapolis, I have only a strong family and its attached values and my rigorous education to thank for lifting me out of Poverty. I wish to extend this to all Americans of all backgrounds.

Immigration: As our economy slows, this is probably for the best to make sure that we can continue American support through the 1920s, we are also seeing better quality immigrants coming through, something that warms my heart.

Mood of the People: I am glad the people are satisfied, but I want to provide them more. I want American to be proud to be American, to run on American Pride and the values that make it the greatest nation on the planet. The 1920s should be the greatest decade in a long while for Americans, ringing in an American century, an American time of Pride and hegemony, a superpowerful America. The people should be filled with great patriotism for their home, and that is what I shall run on restoring.

Party Power / Incumbent: We don't want to make the campaign messy, we should be above that, we won't attack the President, rather his Party establishment and his policies. The tone we shall set should focus on one of Patriotism. The Conservative party should be synonymous with the American Party. A Party that defends Capitalism, Constitutionalism, and Christianity, these 3 values, these 3 Cs go into the Big C to steward America into the future, Conservatism. We will run on strong Foreign Policy and Small Government Economics as well as defense of Traditional American values with which the Conservatives have a long history. Our campaign message is to speak to the inside of Americans who may be happy with this current administration, but want something more, perhaps they want to make history in their beloved nation, or perhaps they want their beloved nation to make history. We speak to the Patriotism in every American, lying deep in the soul of the very nation itself. Let Conservatism toll strong the value and worth of American Exceptionalism. Among this Patriotism, we transition to the idea of American pride for what America means for all people of all genders and colors, we will hammer home I am a Patriotic Conservative for opportunity for all people as I rose from being impoverished in the inner city, to running to my own small business, to being elected Vice President and every thing in between because of hard work, small government, and American ingenuity and Opportunity. Make it clear I am a Conservative for all people because I believe that is the compassionate path forward for all Americans. I stand for them, so that they may stand for themselves just as President Carpenter did all those years ago when I first began my business and would rise to political office.

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Conservative 8-term Mayor of Frankfurt Dave Franklin elected first Black Governor of Kentucky (1919)

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45 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

Conservative Dave Franklin elected first Black Governor of Kentucky (1919)

An Uncle Tom politician? :P

No, just kidding, before you bite my head off. :P

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8 minutes ago, Patine said:

An Uncle Tom politician? :P

No, just kidding, before you bite my head off. :P

It was looking mighty tasty after that first comment you made.....

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Governor Alec Benson (S-IL) endorses socialist writer Kirkpatrick, and flouts the implementation of eight hour work days, massive gains in power to laborers in the workplace, and anti-discrimination legislation being passed under the Socialist Party of Illinois administration as feasible on a national scale under Kirkpatrick. 

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59 minutes ago, CalebsParadox said:

Governor Alec Benson (S-IL) endorses socialist writer Kirkpatrick, and flouts the implementation of eight hour work days, massive gains in power to laborers in the workplace, and anti-discrimination legislation being passed under the Socialist Party of Illinois administration as feasible on a national scale under Kirkpatrick. 

Kirkpatrick thanks Benson for his endorsement and says that he will try to implement all the policies mentioned in his endorsement if elected.

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1920 Election

Welcome to the election of 1920! This election, we have currently experienced the trend of the Liberals gaining in the House, while Conservatives get gains in the Senate. Liberals have the obvious advantage when it comes to the election due to a popular President, however the unique qualifications of this race may challenge usual Liberal strongholds.

 

Primaries

The Republican primary yet again sees some light, as Talbot is challenged by former VP Hillsbury. Both candidates have qualifications, both have experience, and this primary will boil down to singular issues.

 

Talbot: 40.7%

 

Hillsbury: 59.3%

 

Talbot fights strong, but is ultimately defeated by Hillsbury. Hillsbury appealed to the Conservative southerners, while Talbot appealed to the northeast as their major strongholds. Industrial centers were split, with PA/NY going to Hillsbury, calling the primary.

 

General Election Round 1

Ryburn/Vickers (Lib) 314 EV 41% PV [All States but the ones below.]

Hillsbury/Talbot (Con) 188 EV 44% PV [WA, OR, CA, MT, UT, AZ, NE, KS, OK, MO, AR, LA, IN, OH, KY, WV, FL, MD, VT, NH, RI]

Kirkpatrick/Seidel (Soc) 29 EV 15% PV [IL]

 

RP Note: The Conservative's focus on moral values strengthens support in the South and NE, however the South fails to crack this election. The NE cracked due to a combination of factors, and the West showed support to the Conservatives due to racial strategies. Texas supports the Liberal Government due to its proximity to the Mexican Rebellion, and how the administration has done well.

 

Region Breakdown (Pop Vote)

 

New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI) : Lean Liberal

Industrial Centers (NY, PA, OH, IL) : Tossup

Industrial Midwest (WI, MI, IN) : Tossup

West Coast (CA, OR, WA) : Lean Conservative

Southwest (AZ, NM, OK, TX) : Tossup

Southern Outskirts (LA, AR, MO, KY, WV, MD) :  Conservative

Deep South (MS, AL, GA) : Liberal

Upper South (SC, NC, VA, TN) : Lean Liberal

West (NV, ID, MT, WY, CO, ND, SD, NE, KS) : Tossup

Swing States (MN, IA, NJ, DE, FL) : Lean Liberal

 

Congress

Liberal 23/48 Senate 51% US Rep

Conservatives 25/48 Senate 35% US Rep

Socialists 0/48 Senate 14% US Rep

RP Note: Conservatives grab a majority in the Senate, but Liberals still control the House.

 

@Hestia11 events likely tomorrow

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Kirkpatrick and his running mate thank all the people who voted for them and the people from Illinois who served as electors for the party from the State and they pledge to work with all the newly elected and re-elected Socialist Labour Lawmakers they also congratulate the President on his reelection. 

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Former Vice President Hillsbury concedes but does not rule out another possible run

Rep. Trebuano announces campaign for Michigan Senate in 1922

Gov. Franklin positions himself for 1923 re-election bid

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President Ryburn thanks his supporters and pledges a strong second term of his election. He pledges to be able to work across the aisle to get things done for the American people, rather than peddle in petty partisan squabbling.

Liberal Gov. Shawna Freeman has won the North Carolina Senate Race (an open Liberal seat). VP Vickers was a strong supporter of her campaign.

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State of the Union after the Election of 1920

 

National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Great Britain, Germany,  United States, Japan, France, Italy, Austria, Mexico, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is 60,000 men and 52 ships, with a reserve army of 120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently arming the Republican/Monarchist faction in the Mexican coup, as well as providing 6 battleships as a loan. The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C.

Military: Our military is semi-active. Our navy is blockading the Gulf of Mexico, and our army is helping secure goods across the US-Mexican border.

Economy: The economy has stagnated, but the U.S. is no longer declining.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 20% with Britain, 20% with Germany, 20% with France, and 20% with other non-radical European powers. Trade is growing, especially with the open French market.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with only 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1940. Our budget consists of the income of 28% taxes 35% tariff 26% overseas territories/canals and 11% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 55% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure 10% disaster aid and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is basically united.

Immigration: Immigration has seen a small decline, but nothing major.

Mood of the people: The mood of the people is content. Nobody is mad about anything, but nobody is really excited about anything either.

Party Power: Conservatives are on a Senate rebound, but Liberals have a grip of House seats.

 

Events and Decisions for March 1921 - March 1925 for Pres. Ryburn @Hestia11

1) Coal Uprising

West Virginia is home to a strong coal economy; even with higher standards of work than they did in our timeline, 2,200 coal miners decided to strike and take arms against the company. Due to our strike legislation, the police came in and stopped it before it got too bloody, however 2 miners and 9 police officer lost their lives.

2) Governments Abroad

Now that the scandal is over, it is once again time to address the citizenship/possible statehood question regarding our territories. Hawaiians want to become a U.S State, Puerto Ricans wants to remain a territory, Cubans are undecided between a territory and freedom.

3) Rise of Radio

Radio has officially begun to spread commercially among families. Does the President wish to set up a public broadcasting station for important Presidential and Congressional addresses?

4) Grumbles in Europe

The Germans have declared war upon Denmark, using the casus belli that the peninsula is rightful German land. The Swedish are allied to the Danes, yet join the German side in order to take the land Germany does not want. This leads to much fewer tensions, as it is not monarchies versus republics. The Germans will win this war very shortly. Nobody really criticizes the Germans, because the casus belli is deemed somewhat legitimate and who really cares about Denmark?

5) Clarifications of the Reserve

The Reserve Army resembles the Minutemen Army, people that are signed up to do service, have to pass occasional tests and re-tests to stay enlisted, and only come into combat for the defense of the nation. They cost two times less than the actual army when it is inactive. The States do have their own armies still. Military advisers see no need to change the system at this time, as it is cost efficient. 

6) Trade Policy

As the trade is relatively balanced, is there any specific focus abroad you wish to negotiate?

7) Mexican Coup Progress

The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C. The Republican-Monarchist faction is on a winning trend, however there is no formal plan of action once they win. Foreign advisers worry that if this is not dealt with soon, this faction could fall apart.

😎Japanese Invasions

The Japanese have officially conquered Korea, and are rumored to launch a Southeastern Asian campaign in the future.

9) The Question Regarding the Philippines

The last time we were at war with the Spanish, we acquired Cuba and Puerto Rico. However, to this day the Philippines has always been a disputed territory. It is up to you if you want to push the U.S. claim, or leave it to the Spanish, or push returning it to the People.

10) Free

Anything not included here you wish to implement?

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State of the Union after the Election of 1920

 

National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Great Britain, Germany,  United States, Japan, France, Italy, Austria, Mexico, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is 60,000 men and 52 ships, with a reserve army of 120,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently arming the Republican/Monarchist faction in the Mexican coup, as well as providing 6 battleships as a loan. The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C.

Military: Our military is semi-active. Our navy is blockading the Gulf of Mexico, and our army is helping secure goods across the US-Mexican border.

Economy: The economy has stagnated, but the U.S. is no longer declining.

Trade: We trade 20% with non-European powers, 20% with Britain, 20% with Germany, 20% with France, and 20% with other non-radical European powers. Trade is growing, especially with the open French market.

Budget: Our budget is currently balanced, with only 5% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by 1940. Our budget consists of the income of 28% taxes 35% tariff 26% overseas territories/canals and 11% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 55% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure 10% disaster aid and 5% debt repayment.

Social Harmony: The country is basically united.

Immigration: Immigration has seen a small decline, but nothing major.

Mood of the people: The mood of the people is content. Nobody is mad about anything, but nobody is really excited about anything either.

Party Power: Conservatives are on a Senate rebound, but Liberals have a grip of House seats.

 

Events and Decisions for March 1921 - March 1925 for Pres. Ryburn @Hestia11

1) Coal Uprising

West Virginia is home to a strong coal economy; even with higher standards of work than they did in our timeline, 2,200 coal miners decided to strike and take arms against the company. Due to our strike legislation, the police came in and stopped it before it got too bloody, however 2 miners and 9 police officer lost their lives.

2) Governments Abroad

Now that the scandal is over, it is once again time to address the citizenship/possible statehood question regarding our territories. Hawaiians want to become a U.S State, Puerto Ricans wants to remain a territory, Cubans are undecided between a territory and freedom.

3) Rise of Radio

Radio has officially begun to spread commercially among families. Does the President wish to set up a public broadcasting station for important Presidential and Congressional addresses?

4) Grumbles in Europe

The Germans have declared war upon Denmark, using the casus belli that the peninsula is rightful German land. The Swedish are allied to the Danes, yet join the German side in order to take the land Germany does not want. This leads to much fewer tensions, as it is not monarchies versus republics. The Germans will win this war very shortly. Nobody really criticizes the Germans, because the casus belli is deemed somewhat legitimate and who really cares about Denmark?

5) Clarifications of the Reserve

The Reserve Army resembles the Minutemen Army, people that are signed up to do service, have to pass occasional tests and re-tests to stay enlisted, and only come into combat for the defense of the nation. They cost two times less than the actual army when it is inactive. The States do have their own armies still. Military advisers see no need to change the system at this time, as it is cost efficient. 

6) Trade Policy

As the trade is relatively balanced, is there any specific focus abroad you wish to negotiate?

7) Mexican Coup Progress

The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 55% R/M 35% RCT/F and 10% C. The Republican-Monarchist faction is on a winning trend, however there is no formal plan of action once they win. Foreign advisers worry that if this is not dealt with soon, this faction could fall apart.

😎Japanese Invasions

The Japanese have officially conquered Korea, and are rumored to launch a Southeastern Asian campaign in the future.

9) The Question Regarding the Philippines

The last time we were at war with the Spanish, we acquired Cuba and Puerto Rico. However, to this day the Philippines has always been a disputed territory. It is up to you if you want to push the U.S. claim, or leave it to the Spanish, or push returning it to the People.

10) Free

Anything not included here you wish to implement?

1) Host a national day of mourning for those that have fallen. Encourage miners to air their grievances rather than take up arms against the government. No one wins then. 

2) Puerto Ricans are completely free being a territory, that probably isn't where controversy begins. We would like proceedings in Congress to begin statehood talks for Hawaii. Our administration is supportive of whatever action Cuba decides to take. Behind closed doors, talks are more productive in clarifying what each side would want in the event of independence.

3) I would be proud to set this up and perhaps radio a State of the Union speech on it in the coming years.

4) America does not stand with foreign invaders, no matter the country of origin. Offer only token language in defense of the Danish people. European affairs beyond France and the helping of Republicans/Monarchists is beyond our control. Warn that heavy-handed diplomacy is rarely the way to solve real problems.

5) Alright, but I was just confused because numbers were never given for the state armies that we could perhaps pull up in a time of need. 60,000 seemed a bit low for the currently population, even with 120,000 in reserves.

6) Free trade is helping our economy. Perhaps if we could enter negotiations with some smaller European countries (non-radical) it could boost our economy even further. (I can't remember the democracies so correct me if I'm wrong). Negotiations with countries like Portugal, Serbia, Norway, and the Netherlands could be entertained.

7) Invite the Monarchists and the Republicans to Arlington, Virginia for talks headed by a U.S. delegation. We will hopefully be able to hammer out differences in platforms and avoid the mess that was created in France when the President went in heavy-handedly. 

😎 We are very concerned about how this would affect the Philippines. If sometime in the future we would be able to garner the Philippines under our control, the US would be directly impacted. For now, conduct secret talks with British, French, and Dutch officials about the kind of intel we have on if this is going to take place.

9) The US officially backs the Native population gaining control of the Philippines (however, we would be a major financial backer and likely would have a base or two on the islands). We encourage the Spanish to return the Philippines to their rightful owners: the Filipinos. 

10) We would like to entertain the idea of perhaps selling weapons to Filipinos if the Spanish don't give it over peacefully. While this is not yet known what will happen, we could talk with leading Senate Conservatives about the possibility and what the President and his Cabinet knows about the issue.

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1) Host a national day of mourning for those that have fallen. Encourage miners to air their grievances rather than take up arms against the government. No one wins then. 

The national day of mourning is held, however it doesn't gain that much publicity.

 

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2) Puerto Ricans are completely free being a territory, that probably isn't where controversy begins. We would like proceedings in Congress to begin statehood talks for Hawaii. Our administration is supportive of whatever action Cuba decides to take. Behind closed doors, talks are more productive in clarifying what each side would want in the event of independence.

While negotiations happen, a group of communist rebels launches a rebellion in Puerto Rico. As they are a territory, there should be some sense of obligation to attend the rebellion.

 

Statehood talks begin, and will be ready to be voted on following midterms.

 

Cubans are still indecisive on the matter.

 

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3) I would be proud to set this up and perhaps radio a State of the Union speech on it in the coming years.

The station is set up.

 

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4) America does not stand with foreign invaders, no matter the country of origin. Offer only token language in defense of the Danish people. European affairs beyond France and the helping of Republicans/Monarchists is beyond our control. Warn that heavy-handed diplomacy is rarely the way to solve real problems.

The Americans make it known their policy on attacking other countries, and Germany does respect our view and doesn't treat us any differently, though obviously annex Denmark and split the land with Sweden.

 

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5) Alright, but I was just confused because numbers were never given for the state armies that we could perhaps pull up in a time of need. 60,000 seemed a bit low for the currently population, even with 120,000 in reserves.

State estimates for rising forces are between 100-300 thousand, depending on the popularity and intensity of the war.

 

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6) Free trade is helping our economy. Perhaps if we could enter negotiations with some smaller European countries (non-radical) it could boost our economy even further. (I can't remember the democracies so correct me if I'm wrong). Negotiations with countries like Portugal, Serbia, Norway, and the Netherlands could be entertained.

Portugal and the Netherlands agree to free trade agreements.

 

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7) Invite the Monarchists and the Republicans to Arlington, Virginia for talks headed by a U.S. delegation. We will hopefully be able to hammer out differences in platforms and avoid the mess that was created in France when the President went in heavy-handedly. 

There are multiple options for your administration to push.

 

1. A constitutional monarch with limited power alongside a powerful congress.

2. A monarch that acts similar to a President with veto power (like the U.S.), but is hereditary like a monarch, with a balanced congress.

3. An almighty monarch with an advisory council

4. An almighty congress with a figurehead monarch

 

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😎 We are very concerned about how this would affect the Philippines. If sometime in the future we would be able to garner the Philippines under our control, the US would be directly impacted. For now, conduct secret talks with British, French, and Dutch officials about the kind of intel we have on if this is going to take place.

Combined British and French info have figured out that Japan aims to attack Dutch colonies in Indonesia. The Dutch do not know about this intel.

 

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9) The US officially backs the Native population gaining control of the Philippines (however, we would be a major financial backer and likely would have a base or two on the islands). We encourage the Spanish to return the Philippines to their rightful owners: the Filipinos. 

The official statement is well received, and a finance bill will reach Congress about foreign investment after midterms.

 

The Spanish refuse to return the Philippines to the Filipinos.

 

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10) We would like to entertain the idea of perhaps selling weapons to Filipinos if the Spanish don't give it over peacefully. While this is not yet known what will happen, we could talk with leading Senate Conservatives about the possibility and what the President and his Cabinet knows about the issue.

Multiple ways to approach this.

1. Attach foreign weapons spending to a foreign investment bill, and buy weapons to add to those shipments.

2. Pull a Cold War and secretly arm the rebels.

3. Work with our Arms Industry to see if there would be any incentive to create a foreign branch to sell guns directly to the filipinos, and work out a tariff exemption with the companies.

 

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29 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

There are multiple options for your administration to push.

 

1. A constitutional monarch with limited power alongside a powerful congress.

2. A monarch that acts similar to a President with veto power (like the U.S.), but is hereditary like a monarch, with a balanced congress.

3. An almighty monarch with an advisory council

4. An almighty congress with a figurehead monarch

 

Multiple ways to approach this.

1. Attach foreign weapons spending to a foreign investment bill, and buy weapons to add to those shipments.

2. Pull a Cold War and secretly arm the rebels.

3. Work with our Arms Industry to see if there would be any incentive to create a foreign branch to sell guns directly to the filipinos, and work out a tariff exemption with the companies.

 

@Hestia11

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The newly elected Senator Trebuano has risen through the ranks with the backing of her mentor, Vice President Hillsbury, to Senate Majority Whip, delivers the message of Senate Conservatives, formulated by Conservative leaders, including the Vice President and herself.

The Conservative Party officially endorses option two for Mexico and suggests the President subtly back that route in order to have the ability for one on one relations with a Presidential Monarchy. We view this as the strongest option for uniting the Mexican Front for Freedom as well as moving Mexican society forward in a realistic way with the ability to further democratize the nation when the people are ready.

As for the Second question, the Conservative Senate recoils at the President's election against pushing the American claim for the Philippines and are skeptical of arming the Filipinos when the entire Caucus wanted to choose the Expansionist route. The Conservatives will use our 49-47 majority to block any major Anti-Spanish funding and press the President to reconsider the American claim on the islands. However, as we are not unreasonable, we could accept a compromise of opening up our arms markets to both sides, funding both the Filipinos and Spanish in a Free Market, if they wish to buy American, let them.

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17 hours ago, Kingthero said:

The national day of mourning is held, however it doesn't gain that much publicity.

 

While negotiations happen, a group of communist rebels launches a rebellion in Puerto Rico. As they are a territory, there should be some sense of obligation to attend the rebellion.

 

Statehood talks begin, and will be ready to be voted on following midterms.

 

Cubans are still indecisive on the matter.

 

The station is set up.

 

The Americans make it known their policy on attacking other countries, and Germany does respect our view and doesn't treat us any differently, though obviously annex Denmark and split the land with Sweden.

 

State estimates for rising forces are between 100-300 thousand, depending on the popularity and intensity of the war.

 

Portugal and the Netherlands agree to free trade agreements.

 

There are multiple options for your administration to push.

 

1. A constitutional monarch with limited power alongside a powerful congress.

2. A monarch that acts similar to a President with veto power (like the U.S.), but is hereditary like a monarch, with a balanced congress.

3. An almighty monarch with an advisory council

4. An almighty congress with a figurehead monarch

 

Combined British and French info have figured out that Japan aims to attack Dutch colonies in Indonesia. The Dutch do not know about this intel.

 

The official statement is well received, and a finance bill will reach Congress about foreign investment after midterms.

 

The Spanish refuse to return the Philippines to the Filipinos.

 

Multiple ways to approach this.

1. Attach foreign weapons spending to a foreign investment bill, and buy weapons to add to those shipments.

2. Pull a Cold War and secretly arm the rebels.

3. Work with our Arms Industry to see if there would be any incentive to create a foreign branch to sell guns directly to the filipinos, and work out a tariff exemption with the companies.

 

@Hestia11

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The Socialist Labor Party endorses option 4 for Mexico but would rather see a republic be formed.

The Socialist Labor Party condemns the unprovoked aggressive actions by both Germany and Sweden and will be pressing the President and other Liberals to pass sanctions against both countries.

The Socialist Labor Party would support the purchasing of the Philippines by the United States only if they are granted independence after the purchase and transfer of sovereignty is completed,  the Socialist Labor Party will not endorse the selling of weapons to either the Spanish or the Filipinos but it would vote for sending military advisors to the Filipinos.

The Socialist Labor Party commends the President for the creation of the memorial day and also hopes like the President that the miners will air their grievances peacefully as violence begets more violence.

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17 hours ago, Kingthero said:

The national day of mourning is held, however it doesn't gain that much publicity.

 

While negotiations happen, a group of communist rebels launches a rebellion in Puerto Rico. As they are a territory, there should be some sense of obligation to attend the rebellion.

 

Statehood talks begin, and will be ready to be voted on following midterms.

 

Cubans are still indecisive on the matter.

 

The station is set up.

 

The Americans make it known their policy on attacking other countries, and Germany does respect our view and doesn't treat us any differently, though obviously annex Denmark and split the land with Sweden.

 

State estimates for rising forces are between 100-300 thousand, depending on the popularity and intensity of the war.

 

Portugal and the Netherlands agree to free trade agreements.

 

There are multiple options for your administration to push.

 

1. A constitutional monarch with limited power alongside a powerful congress.

2. A monarch that acts similar to a President with veto power (like the U.S.), but is hereditary like a monarch, with a balanced congress.

3. An almighty monarch with an advisory council

4. An almighty congress with a figurehead monarch

 

Combined British and French info have figured out that Japan aims to attack Dutch colonies in Indonesia. The Dutch do not know about this intel.

 

The official statement is well received, and a finance bill will reach Congress about foreign investment after midterms.

 

The Spanish refuse to return the Philippines to the Filipinos.

 

Multiple ways to approach this.

1. Attach foreign weapons spending to a foreign investment bill, and buy weapons to add to those shipments.

2. Pull a Cold War and secretly arm the rebels.

3. Work with our Arms Industry to see if there would be any incentive to create a foreign branch to sell guns directly to the filipinos, and work out a tariff exemption with the companies.

 

@Hestia11

1) That's too bad. Hopefully we can raise awareness for these miners through legislative action to push companies to be held accountable for their failures.

2) Invite prominent Cuban leaders to the US, those that want independence, to see what kind of a deal they would be able to sign with our government, if it were to be favorable to our nation.

3-4) Nothing more here.

5) Commend the Dutch and Portuguese for their efforts to help American workers and jobs. Our economy should be on the upward trajectory thanks to these Western European nations.

6) The President officially supports option 1 as the best option, but would be open to options 2 and 4 as well.

7) We need to alert the Dutch to this, as they have just signed a free trade agreement with us. Perhaps they'll be willing to buy American arms...

10) As Conservatives seem unwilling to support Filipinos in their right to a state, perhaps a negotiation could be set up between the Conservative Senate Leaders and the Liberal President. The President proposes a semi-independent Philippines state, but with heavy American involvement (this is behind closed doors of course). There would be no Filipino army, they could serve under the American flag if they wished. The Philippines would effectively be governed as a territory in all but name. We would of course offer large sums of weapons to the Filipinos and military advisers. 

OOC: My numbers may have gotten confused so if I missed any let me know.

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Midterms

 

Congress

Liberal 23/48 Senate 43% US Rep

Conservatives 25/48 Senate 39% US Rep

Socialists 0/48 Senate 18% US Rep

 

Conservatives take the Senate, and Conservatives begin to retake the House. Socialists have a good year, especially with expanding influence into New York and Ohio. The President looking over the Puerto Rico crisis cost the Senate in both Texas and Florida.

 

Congress @Reagan04 @Conservative Elector 2 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive

 

The Statehood of Hawaii - The Hawaiians approve of the matter, and it is now up to Congress to approve.

 

 

 

The president is average, ending midterms with a 55% approval rating and 40% disapproval rating.

 

Update on Puerto Rico

 

Due to the President ignoring Communist Rebels in Puerto Rico, they take over 65% of the island, massacring business owners and all allies of capitalism. Does the President wish to combat the communist threat now?

 

Update on Mexico

 

The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 56% R/M 34% RCT/F and 10% C

 

The Leaders of the Republican and Monarchist factions have decided that they both agree with option 2.

 

Update on the Phillipines

 

The issue of the Philippines has been deadlocked in Congress, likely in response to other issues.

 

Update on the Dutch

 

The Dutch thank us for our intel, but don't push for any other initiative.

 

@Hestia11

 

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6 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

Midterms

 

Congress

Liberal 23/48 Senate 43% US Rep

Conservatives 25/48 Senate 39% US Rep

Socialists 0/48 Senate 18% US Rep

 

Conservatives take the Senate, and Conservatives begin to retake the House. Socialists have a good year, especially with expanding influence into New York and Ohio. The President looking over the Puerto Rico crisis cost the Senate in both Texas and Florida.

 

Congress @Reagan04 @Conservative Elector 2 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive

 

The Statehood of Hawaii - The Hawaiians approve of the matter, and it is now up to Congress to approve.

 

 

 

The president is average, ending midterms with a 55% approval rating and 40% disapproval rating.

 

Update on Puerto Rico

 

Due to the President ignoring Communist Rebels in Puerto Rico, they take over 65% of the island, massacring business owners and all allies of capitalism. Does the President wish to combat the communist threat now?

 

Update on Mexico

 

The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 56% R/M 34% RCT/F and 10% C

 

The Leaders of the Republican and Monarchist factions have decided that they both agree with option 2.

 

Update on the Phillipines

 

The issue of the Philippines has been deadlocked in Congress, likely in response to other issues.

 

Update on the Dutch

 

The Dutch thank us for our intel, but don't push for any other initiative.

 

@Hestia11

 

The Socialist Labor Party will vote to allow Hawaii to become a state as they have consented to become one.

The Socialist Labor Party will support legislation that humanely puts down the Communist rebellion in Puerto Rico and if there is no attempted banning of the Communist ideology.

 

The Socialist Labor Party is happy with the gains they have made in the House of Representatives.

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22 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

Midterms

 

Congress

Liberal 23/48 Senate 43% US Rep

Conservatives 25/48 Senate 39% US Rep

Socialists 0/48 Senate 18% US Rep

 

Conservatives take the Senate, and Conservatives begin to retake the House. Socialists have a good year, especially with expanding influence into New York and Ohio. The President looking over the Puerto Rico crisis cost the Senate in both Texas and Florida.

 

Congress @Reagan04 @Conservative Elector 2 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive

 

The Statehood of Hawaii - The Hawaiians approve of the matter, and it is now up to Congress to approve.

 

 

 

The president is average, ending midterms with a 55% approval rating and 40% disapproval rating.

 

Update on Puerto Rico

 

Due to the President ignoring Communist Rebels in Puerto Rico, they take over 65% of the island, massacring business owners and all allies of capitalism. Does the President wish to combat the communist threat now?

 

Update on Mexico

 

The current stance of the Mexican Civil War is 56% R/M 34% RCT/F and 10% C

 

The Leaders of the Republican and Monarchist factions have decided that they both agree with option 2.

 

Update on the Phillipines

 

The issue of the Philippines has been deadlocked in Congress, likely in response to other issues.

 

Update on the Dutch

 

The Dutch thank us for our intel, but don't push for any other initiative.

 

@Hestia11

 

Rising star and young Governor Dave Franklin elected to Senate from Kentucky

The Conservatives will support statehood for Hawaii as it has been a lucrative state for business and has a roaring economy.

They also lambaste the President and make hay of his ignorance of the Puerto Rican question, particularly reaching out to the Hispanic community on this issue. The Conservatives support aggressively putting down the Communist rebellion and condemning Communism as an ideology outside the American mainstream.

We are glad that the Conservative delegation led by Former Vice President Hillsbury in Arlington could broker the compromise needed for the nation.

Our stance on the Philippines remains the same, we stand for expanding American destiny and making our Foreign Policy one of strength, one of patriotism, one of making America the strongest nation on the planet.

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18 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

Rising star and young Governor Dave Franklin elected to Senate from Kentucky

The Conservatives will support statehood for Hawaii as it has been a lucrative state for business and has a roaring economy.

They also lambaste the President and make hay of his ignorance of the Puerto Rican question, particularly reaching out to the Hispanic community on this issue. The Conservatives support aggressively putting down the Communist rebellion and condemning Communism as an ideology outside the American mainstream.

We are glad that the Conservative delegation led by Former Vice President Hillsbury in Arlington could broker the compromise needed for the nation.

Our stance on the Philippines remains the same, we stand for expanding American destiny and making our Foreign Policy one of strength, one of patriotism, one of making America the strongest nation on the planet.

The Socialist Labor Party condemns the Conservative Party's openly imperialistic policies.

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4 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

The Socialist Labor Party condemns the Conservative Party's openly authoritarian and imperialistic policies.

If the SLP wishes to defend Communism, an ideology which conflicts so horribly violates our founding principles, they may, we never have support banning it, but we certainly condemn it and are disappointed to see our political counterparts do the same. This is an issue that shouldn't be partisan, this is an issue of American values and defending the Founding Integrity of America as a nation. All the SLP has is big and scary words to counter our policy proposals. We are unapologetically American and unapologetically patriotic here in the Conservative Party, we're proud to bear that record when no other party can.

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