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Governor Benson's personal details:

Ethnicity: Italian-American (First-Generation)
Sex: Male
Resident state: New York by birth, Illinois by early 20's
Birth: November 26th, 1876, Queens NY
Death: August 3rd, 1933, ?

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14 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

The Socialist Labor Party condemns the President's decision to deny the Nation of Cuba's right to self-determination if the vote was not rigged but also condemns if the reports from sources are true that the vote was rigged that another referendum should be held this time with international observers present to ensure that a free and fair referendum is held.

The Socialist Labor Party also condemns the President's decree that the nations of Poland, Italy and Greece are failed states as there is no evidence that is provided to back up that statement, the President seems to be calling them failed states seemingly because they have different government types and economic systems from the United States, Germany and Russia and the Socialist Labor Party also strongly condemns the misuse of the word terrorist to describe these nations as they seem to have use violence or intimidation for political means at this stage the nations they are acting like terrorists at this stage are actually the United States, Russia and Germany. The Socialist Labor party completely condemns the openly aggressive and expansionist policies of all three governments of the three capitalist nations mentioned above.

The Socialist Labor Party will once again proudly stand against the unconstitutional actions of the Conservative Party on the issue of education as the party is again endorsing the teachings of one faith over another whilst holding the office of President.

 

 

The Socialist Labour again condemns the expansionist foreign policy of Japan but also questions how waging a war against Japan can possibly be defensive if they have not attacked us and only has attacked the territory of Spain which the Conservative President apparently thinks is somehow an attack on us because we have some very dubious claims to the land that has been attacked. 

  

The Socialist Labor Party will vehemently oppose any of the proposed bigoted immigration legislation proposed by the President.

We value the Socialist Labor Party's response and we are not very surprised sadly. We see here nothing but obstruction and we see that as the right of the party, but we have also to say that you are not representing the interests of our people when you are protecting foreign governments who uphold so-called values which are hostile to our Democracy instead of supporting our nation standing united against our enemies.

We are glad to see however, that you condemn the expansionist tendencies of the Japanese government. We view this as a direct attack on us, as we and many people within our country view the claim of the Philippines as legitimate. If we allow Japan to take our territories and Dutch colonies we setting a dangerous precedent. What if Japan attacks American Polynesia or even the State of Hawaii one day? Should we wait until we are taken away one of our 49 great states, is the State of Hawaii worth less than all the others? Our duty is to protect our interests. I, the President was informed over the Japanese attacks after we learned about the European troubles. Of course we will shift our main focus to Japan now, because we are directly effected by their aggressive actions.

14 hours ago, Patine said:

OOC: I can't help but think you're channeling ol' Ferdinand II and Franz Joseph's responses to internal independence and nationalist movements and sentiments there, @Conservative Elector 2. :P

OOC: You found my role models, congrats! :P No it's just a joke but it's still a nice comparison. And my position is practically not different at all to the Union's position in the Civil War.

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15 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

The Socialist Labor Party condemns the President's decision to deny the Nation of Cuba's right to self-determination if the vote was not rigged but also condemns if the reports from sources are true that the vote was rigged that another referendum should be held this time with international observers present to ensure that a free and fair referendum is held.

The Socialist Labor Party also condemns the President's decree that the nations of Poland, Italy and Greece are failed states as there is no evidence that is provided to back up that statement, the President seems to be calling them failed states seemingly because they have different government types and economic systems from the United States, Germany and Russia and the Socialist Labor Party also strongly condemns the misuse of the word terrorist to describe these nations as they seem to have use violence or intimidation for political means at this stage the nations they are acting like terrorists at this stage are actually the United States, Russia and Germany. The Socialist Labor party completely condemns the openly aggressive and expansionist policies of all three governments of the three capitalist nations mentioned above.

The Socialist Labor Party will once again proudly stand against the unconstitutional actions of the Conservative Party on the issue of education as the party is again endorsing the teachings of one faith over another whilst holding the office of President.

 

 

The Socialist Labour again condemns the expansionist foreign policy of Japan but also questions how waging a war against Japan can possibly be defensive if they have not attacked us and only has attacked the territory of Spain which the Conservative President apparently thinks is somehow an attack on us because we have some very dubious claims to the land that has been attacked. 

  

The Socialist Labor Party will vehemently oppose any of the proposed bigoted immigration legislation proposed by the President.

Liberal Minority Leader in the House, Rep. Paula Reur (IA-2), condemns the Socialist stance that the US is "acting like a terrorist". Left-leaning voters should be outraged by this kind of rhetoric that the Socialists are advocating. They condemn our own nation's actions to push their own partisan platforms. They call our nation "terrorists". Is that what Americans want to vote for? 

Reur delivered the statement at a press conference on Capitol Hill

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4 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberal Minority Leader in the House, Rep. Paula Reur (IA-2), condemns the Socialist stance that the US is "acting like a terrorist". Left-leaning voters should be outraged by this kind of rhetoric that the Socialists are advocating. They condemn our own nation's actions to push their own partisan platforms. They call our nation "terrorists". Is that what Americans want to vote for? 

Reur delivered the statement at a press conference on Capitol Hill

The President and the Conservative Party support what Rep. Reur is saying.

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As people are fed up with the government I think it is highly important that we communicate our work directly to them. We need to let them know what we are doing and essentially how we are working for them. From what I have learned during my years of being a  congressman, people are often not familiar with their representatives and view them as the establishment far away from the problems on the West Coast, the Middle West or the South for example. Since I am asked what I want to see broadcast I would like to see a daily talk show introduce in which various congressmen are welcomed to be interviewed and are speaking to their constituents. Additionally another field in which we need to have a certain amount of broadcasting is foreign and economic policies so people are aware of what is happening in the world and how the economy develops. I do not foresee any reason for a 24/7 broadcast but we need to come on air more than once a day in order to reflect the needs of our people in various time zones. Another thing I could imagine is to start presidential debates  before an election. Why are waiting another 40 years for the first debate, when we can have a radio already now?

This comes off as a great success, and the American People are grateful for the increased transparency.

 

Note: We will now have very simple debates for the General Election

 

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As a Conservative I strongly oppose the intention of people leaving our nation and I trust those reports that these results were rigged by shady independence activists. Currently I support the island remaining a U.S. territory but before I make a final decision I would like to inquire the voting potential of the Cubans if we admit them as a state. @Kingthero We can risk further unrest.

Experts estimate that if they become a State, they will be worth 20 electoral votes.

 

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We will send more troops and this engagement once and for all. We will not negotiate with terrorists and therefore I support sizing our military force there. I trust in our boys to finish this mission quickly.

After many battles, we have finally retaken the island of Puerto Rico. While we did win, we lost around two thousand men. 

 

Now the question is: do we wait for the island to recover a bit, or do we push to see what status they wish to become?

 

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At this point we support selling arms heavily to the Germans, so they can make there armies ready to win both engagements. We support both the German and Russian claims in Poland unless we cannot establish a capitalist government there ourselves. Poland is a failed state and if it is not possible for us to get their regime down, we will support our European allies to do this job. Secondly, it is inconceivable from Austria to allow terrorist troops crossing their country, when their only aim is to destroy the German Monarchy. We demand the Austrian ambassador to come here and explain this behavior. We strongly urge the Austrian government to reverse their decision otherwise all options are on the table and we think on putting sanctions on them first. 

Personally, I think it would be the best to counter-invade those failed and terrorist-occupied countries to end their hostilities once and for all. Italy has proven themselves as evil-doers for decades now. We cannot allow those Communists to laugh at us while they are planning to undermine the current World order. I would like to inquire the chances of winning a war to establish pro-capitalist governments in Italy and Greece. @Kingthero If they are good enough we will take this step.

The Austrian ambassador ends up spewing anti-imperialist propaganda in the meeting, and doesn't help the case of his people at all. However, the Republic leader of Austria-Hungary arrives a few months later, and affirms that this was an oversight and no more "radical" forces will cross Austria's border into Germany, or vice-versa.

 

Germany makes the forces that managed to get into Germany surrender.

 

Germany accepts increased arms deals.

 

Poland is on a path to falling, and Poland's allies can't do anything now.

 

It would be am ambitious assault to either Italy or Greece, and would be equally as difficult to take them over. An estimated force equivalent to 75% of our navy and 75% of our army or more would need to be dedicated to an invasion of either.

 

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As a conservative I strongly support efforts to establish a pro-creationism attitude. Therefore I congratulate the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for their step. However, I do not believe that the Federal government can intervene in this situation besides denouncing evolution in public. We advise the states to handle this issue. To show our good will to the pro-evolution groups and to calm them down, we could imagine to pardon the teacher in Massachusetts this time, but this cannot become the standard in this country. We would also like to communicate this decision to Massachusetts officials beforehand, so they understand that the federal government does not want to intervene with their affairs, but that we want to calm down the social unrest we are awaiting. America was founded on values of God fearing men and we remain a society based on values and we will defend those values of course.

Your administration successfully skips over the issue, as tensions die down and education proceeds as normal.

 

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The interests of our generals are the interests of the people who they are defending. Those people have voted for me and therefore it is my duty to assure safety for them. We are happy to agree to the army's proposal. Perhaps we can use our newly built planes already when we defend a free Europe as mentioned above.

Our military funding has increased to suit the wants of aerial expansion, however delays have pushed any progress reports to years later.

 

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It is a very good news that Communist Mexico has fallen. We will never allow this hostile ideology to establish a foothold in this world. We will continue to aid the Monarchist/Republican faction and if there are a few Reactionaries left who are willing to join the conservative monarchist armies we would be glad to see the fascist faction destroyed more quickly. There is still time to avoid the final downfall.

Reactionary/Fascist Mexico has officially surrendered, giving way to the U.S.-supported "Monarch" Presidential Republic of Mexico.

 

Mexico will remain a critical ally in the future.

 

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We want to talk to the Japanese ambassador first, but if they do not renounce their claims we will need to wage war against them, since the Japanese have shown nothing but hostility against all other nations starting with their illegitimate claim of the Korean peninsula. It is a defensive war of course, since they where attacking our righteous claim of the Philippines. If Japan would have not shown such an aggressive foreign policy we would have never put the option of going to a war on the table. 

If we need to go the war it will sadly be necessary to spend into the debt, but advise my military and financial experts to avoid it as much as possible. Reach out to Britain and France as well. 

The Japanese Ambassador attempts to assassinate the President, but fails. The ambassador is shot and killed.

 

A defensive war is obvious now, and the military is at your command, commander in chief.

 

Japan's territory includes Korea, Japan, and small outposts in the Philippines and Dutch Indonesia.

 

France supports your war, but Britain is hesitant about the claim.

 

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I would like to order a closer surveillance of all immigrants incoming from nations hostile to the United States. Currently this includes besides possible others Italy, Greece, Poland, Japan, Mexico and Austria. We need to make sure that foreign agents are not trying to undermine our free society. Additionally watch potential Communist and fascist gatherings within the United States.

Military spies are sent out, but nothing conclusive has arisen.

 

@Conservative Elector 2

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

This comes off as a great success, and the American People are grateful for the increased transparency.

 

Note: We will now have very simple debates for the General Election

As President I am glad to hear that. 

OOC: Hopefully, people do not hate me now for that hahah I could imagine those very simple debates as like answering 3 easy questions and giving a stance on major issue or something like that.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

Experts estimate that if they become a State, they will be worth 20 electoral votes.

That is a very good but I did not ask for that solely. What I wanted to inquire is the probability that we could have additional Conservative territory here, so basically how the people are supposed to vote. I understand, however, if this information cannot be estimated. As a Conservative President I cannot risk my party stumbling into turmoil through this decision and if Cuba does not hold Conservative potential I endorse them remaining a U.S. territory.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

After many battles, we have finally retaken the island of Puerto Rico. While we did win, we lost around two thousand men. 

 

Now the question is: do we wait for the island to recover a bit, or do we push to see what status they wish to become?

It is a good sign that we could finally retake the island but it is sad to hear that we lost many brave soldiers. The President himself will take the time to address personal letters of condolences to the families of these brave men. We will point out that we are sad about the losses but these men died while defending Democracy and security. We instruct our advisory board to create the "Light of Democracy"-Medal to be awarded to the families who have to cope with deaths of their beloved ones.

At first we will guard the island to eliminate potential uprisings but we instruct the local leaders who remained loyal to the US to prepare a referendum (become a US state/remain a territory/other) from which we will see the opportunities and the preferred status of the people of Puerto Rico. The  referendum should be not binding and we will determine their status after a time of consideration.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

The Austrian ambassador ends up spewing anti-imperialist propaganda in the meeting, and doesn't help the case of his people at all. However, the Republic leader of Austria-Hungary arrives a few months later, and affirms that this was an oversight and no more "radical" forces will cross Austria's border into Germany, or vice-versa.

 

Germany makes the forces that managed to get into Germany surrender.

 

Germany accepts increased arms deals.

 

Poland is on a path to falling, and Poland's allies can't do anything now.

 

It would be am ambitious assault to either Italy or Greece, and would be equally as difficult to take them over. An estimated force equivalent to 75% of our navy and 75% of our army or more would need to be dedicated to an invasion of either.

Tensions between the US and Austria have therefore officially ended. We will watch their immigrants not anymore and therefore holding out an olive branch to the Liberal Party. We thank the Republic leader of Austria-Hungary and I will instruct my Secretary of Commerce to reach out to them for increase trade and potential arm deals if Austria feels the need to defend themselves against radical forces one day. 

We congratulate Germany on making the radical forces surrender and on signing the arms deal with us. That proves again that we have trustworthy allies in Europe. The German Emperor can count on us as we can count on him

It is good to hear that Poland, a country sadly ruled by furious Communists is falling apart. To settle the tensions we could imagine the prestigious port city of Danzig to became a city administrated by both German and Russian officials as a hub of diplomacy and Union against the Communist plague. We, as the mediator could imagine to take a special seat on the City's council, so we are very close to our European partners, if they need any help.

After the President was informed about Japan's aggressive policies and about the surrender of radical forces we do not foresee any need to counter-invade those countries. A war in Europe was hindered due to a successful foreign policy from the Conservative Talbot administration. We will point this out during our re-election campaign.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

Your administration successfully skips over the issue, as tensions die down and education proceeds as normal.

We are glad to have gained another success.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

Our military funding has increased to suit the wants of aerial expansion, however delays have pushed any progress reports to years later.

We trust our technology experts to get our country to the leading position of aerial expansion. The President will personally visit the scientific research institutes to motivate both the scientists and the workers.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

Reactionary/Fascist Mexico has officially surrendered, giving way to the U.S.-supported "Monarch" Presidential Republic of Mexico.

 

Mexico will remain a critical ally in the future.

It is great to hear that this nasty war has come to an end under the guidelines of our administration. We will continue to sell arms to the Mexican army so they can quell any potential radical rebellion on their own.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

The Japanese Ambassador attempts to assassinate the President, but fails. The ambassador is shot and killed.

 

A defensive war is obvious now, and the military is at your command, commander in chief.

 

Japan's territory includes Korea, Japan, and small outposts in the Philippines and Dutch Indonesia.

 

France supports your war, but Britain is hesitant about the claim.

Wow that were some unexpected events going on. After I recovered fully (luckily the Japanese are not good at shooting) we will try to get full support for this defensive war from the Liberal and the Socialist Labor Parties. An official ambassador trying to assassinate a foreign head of state undermines the Japanese position of aggression and anyone who does not recognize this is either blindfolded or a potential traitor to our great nation. It is obvious that this attack was order by the Prime Minister and probably by the Tenno himself. It is good to hear that our French brothers are once again on our side and I hope to see the Netherlands defending their colonies as well.

As commander in chief I intend to launch Operation Awakening, a plan consisting of two phases which concludes in a large-scale amphibious attack on Japan's main lands. This plan is intended to capture first the southern part of the southernmost main Japanese island, Kyūshū, as well as capturing the islands of Okinawa to be used as a staging area. This part of the Operation shall be called Operation Lightening. Later our Army will invade the Kantō Plain, near Tokyo, on the Japanese island of Honshu known as Operation Thunderbolt. Airbases on Kyūshū captured in Operation Lightening would allow land-based air support for Operation Thunderbolt. The small outposts on our territories of the Philippines and on Dutch Indonesia will have fallen long ago. Once we liberated Tokyo we will get to liberate the Korean peninsula which only fell to Japan due to their aggressive foreign policies. This was never allowed to happen. 

Remain the people to stay together, support our boys defending Democracy when it is needed the most. We need a united home front to end this tragic incident of history as quickly as possible. Make clear that once Japan and it's territories are liberated we are open to dialogue during a transition period, but we will not withdraw quickly.

Order a surveillance bill of Japanese immigrants living already in this country. If they are still loyal to the Japanese government and support their action against our country we will have to intern them under the Protect Our Nation Against Foreign Aggressions (PONAFA)-Act.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

Military spies are sent out, but nothing conclusive has arisen.

So we shall remain satisfied at this point.

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35 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Wow that were some unexpected events going on. After I recovered fully (luckily the Japanese are not good at shooting) we will try to get full support for this defensive war from the Liberal and the Socialist Labor Parties. An official ambassador trying to assassinate a foreign head of state undermines the Japanese position of aggression and anyone who does not recognize this is either blindfolded or a potential traitor to our great nation. It is obvious that this attack was order by the Prime Minister and probably by the Tenno himself. It is good to hear that our French brothers are once again on our side and I hope to see the Netherlands defending their colonies as well.

The Liberal leaders in the Senate and in the House fully support the President's actions against the Japanese. If the President wishes, Liberals will assist in the war in any capacity the President would want. Liberal policymakers offer to reach out to the Chinese for an invasion of Korea. 

36 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

It is good to hear that Poland, a country sadly ruled by furious Communists is falling apart. To settle the tensions we could imagine the prestigious port city of Danzig to became a city administrated by both German and Russian officials as a hub of diplomacy and Union against the Communist plague. We, as the mediator could imagine to take a special seat on the City's council, so we are very close to our European partners, if they need any help.

 

Liberals officially are fairly muted on the fall of Poland. While it was not preferable they were communist, Liberals are concerned about rising German and Russian threats to our better allies in the French. Germany has now seized parts of Poland and Denmark. We are wary of this growing list to include some allies in Central Europe as well.

37 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

OOC: Hopefully, people do not hate me now for that hahah I could imagine those very simple debates as like answering 3 easy questions and giving a stance on major issue or something like that.

No, that's fine with me haha. I was thinking we could even do like short pieces on what they would talk about at the debate, and just call it there.

 

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16 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

The Liberal leaders in the Senate and in the House fully support the President's actions against the Japanese. If the President wishes, Liberals will assist in the war in any capacity the President would want. Liberal policymakers offer to reach out to the Chinese for an invasion of Korea. 

The President thanks the Liberal Party for their support and advises them to develop a social concept on how to treat civilians after the war. We do not want to have a suffering Japanese population who was misguided by their authorities. Speaking of that we already want our partners to find Japanese noblemen who are against the current Tenno and could serve as new, US-loyal emperor after we took over Japan. We want to see a new, US-loyal emperor for the area of Korea as well, since we intend to separate any Japanese claim here. Of course this people will be only figureheads and our military governors will establish a civilized atmosphere at first. The US also demands the right to unseat the new Japanese emperor at any point in order to sign our special relationship with our Japanese friends once the tensions between our nations have ended. 

We have considered the Chinese option as well but we decided against as we do not know anything about their political leanings. @Kingthero OOC: Are they Communist by that time in our time line? 

16 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberals officially are fairly muted on the fall of Poland. While it was not preferable they were communist, Liberals are concerned about rising German and Russian threats to our better allies in the French. Germany has now seized parts of Poland and Denmark. We are wary of this growing list to include some allies in Central Europe as well.

If Germany shows any hostile potential against us or other loyal allies we will treat them by that time. Currently the US government views the German Monarch as someone who grants us no uprisings of communists, fascists and those national socialists the President heard of in some rumors. We will never allow one of those insane ideologies to take a stronghold in Central Europe and therefore the German Monarch is a good ally to unite his country at this point.

16 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

No, that's fine with me haha. I was thinking we could even do like short pieces on what they would talk about at the debate, and just call it there.

Ok, cool! :) 

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48 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

As President I am glad to hear that. 

OOC: Hopefully, people do not hate me now for that hahah I could imagine those very simple debates as like answering 3 easy questions and giving a stance on major issue or something like that.

That is a very good but I did not ask for that solely. What I wanted to inquire is the probability that we could have additional Conservative territory here, so basically how the people are supposed to vote. I understand, however, if this information cannot be estimated. As a Conservative President I cannot risk my party stumbling into turmoil through this decision and if Cuba does not hold Conservative potential I endorse them remaining a U.S. territory.

It is a good sign that we could finally retake the island but it is sad to hear that we lost many brave soldiers. The President himself will take the time to address personal letters of condolences to the families of these brave men. We will point out that we are sad about the losses but these men died while defending Democracy and security. We instruct our advisory board to create the "Light of Democracy"-Medal to be awarded to the families who have to cope with deaths of their beloved ones.

At first we will guard the island to eliminate potential uprisings but we instruct the local leaders who remained loyal to the US to prepare a referendum (become a US state/remain a territory/other) from which we will see the opportunities and the preferred status of the people of Puerto Rico. The  referendum should be not binding and we will determine their status after a time of consideration.

Tensions between the US and Austria have therefore officially ended. We will watch their immigrants not anymore and therefore holding out an olive branch to the Liberal Party. We thank the Republic leader of Austria-Hungary and I will instruct my Secretary of Commerce to reach out to them for increase trade and potential arm deals if Austria feels the need to defend themselves against radical forces one day. 

We congratulate Germany on making the radical forces surrender and on signing the arms deal with us. That proves again that we have trustworthy allies in Europe. The German Emperor can count on us as we can count on him

It is good to hear that Poland, a country sadly ruled by furious Communists is falling apart. To settle the tensions we could imagine the prestigious port city of Danzig to became a city administrated by both German and Russian officials as a hub of diplomacy and Union against the Communist plague. We, as the mediator could imagine to take a special seat on the City's council, so we are very close to our European partners, if they need any help.

After the President was informed about Japan's aggressive policies and about the surrender of radical forces we do not foresee any need to counter-invade those countries. A war in Europe was hindered due to a successful foreign policy from the Conservative Talbot administration. We will point this out during our re-election campaign.

We are glad to have gained another success.

We trust our technology experts to get our country to the leading position of aerial expansion. The President will personally visit the scientific research institutes to motivate both the scientists and the workers.

It is great to hear that this nasty war has come to an end under the guidelines of our administration. We will continue to sell arms to the Mexican army so they can quell any potential radical rebellion on their own.

Wow that were some unexpected events going on. After I recovered fully (luckily the Japanese are not good at shooting) we will try to get full support for this defensive war from the Liberal and the Socialist Labor Parties. An official ambassador trying to assassinate a foreign head of state undermines the Japanese position of aggression and anyone who does not recognize this is either blindfolded or a potential traitor to our great nation. It is obvious that this attack was order by the Prime Minister and probably by the Tenno himself. It is good to hear that our French brothers are once again on our side and I hope to see the Netherlands defending their colonies as well.

As commander in chief I intend to launch Operation Awakening, a plan consisting of two phases which concludes in a large-scale amphibious attack on Japan's main lands. This plan is intended to capture first the southern part of the southernmost main Japanese island, Kyūshū, as well as capturing the islands of Okinawa to be used as a staging area. This part of the Operation shall be called Operation Lightening. Later our Army will invade the Kantō Plain, near Tokyo, on the Japanese island of Honshu known as Operation Thunderbolt. Airbases on Kyūshū captured in Operation Lightening would allow land-based air support for Operation Thunderbolt. The small outposts on our territories of the Philippines and on Dutch Indonesia will have fallen long ago. Once we liberated Tokyo we will get to liberate the Korean peninsula which only fell to Japan due to their aggressive foreign policies. This was never allowed to happen. 

Remain the people to stay together, support our boys defending Democracy when it is needed the most. We need a united home front to end this tragic incident of history as quickly as possible. Make clear that once Japan and it's territories are liberated we are open to dialogue during a transition period, but we will not withdraw quickly.

Order a surveillance bill of Japanese immigrants living already in this country. If they are still loyal to the Japanese government and support their action against our country we will have to intern them under the Protect Our Nation Against Foreign Aggressions (PONAFA)-Act.

So we shall remain satisfied at this point.

The Socialist Labor Party will support a defensive war against Japan as we have said that we have no problems with defensive wars in many of our Presidential Platforms over the years.

The Socialist Labor Party will not support a blanket of surveillance against all immigrants from a certain group as it is discriminatory but will support surveillance against people who have been identified with solid evidence against them that they are assisting enemies of the US.

The Socialist Labor Party now retracts the comment of the US and allies acting like terrorists as the situation in Europe has now significantly changed and we hope that the President is not considering any further wars against Greece or Italy as he previously mentioned as they would be aggressive wars. 

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3 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

The President thanks the Liberal Party for their support and advises them to develop a social concept on how to treat civilians after the war. We do not want to have a suffering Japanese population who was misguided by their authorities. Speaking of that we already want our partners to find Japanese noblemen who are against the current Tenno and could serve as new, US-loyal emperor after we took over Japan. Of course this person will be only a figurehead and our military governor will establish a civilized atmosphere at first. The US also demands the right to unseat the new Japanese emperor at any point in order to sign our special relationship with our Japanese friends once the tensions between our nations have ended. 

We have considered the Chinese option as well but we decided against as we do not know anything about their political leanings. @Kingthero OOC: Are they Communist by that time in our time line? 

If Germany shows any hostile potential against us or other loyal allies we will treat them by that time. Currently the US government views the German Monarch as someone who grants us no uprisings of communists, fascists and those national socialists the President heard of in some rumors. We will never allow one of those insane ideologies to take a stronghold in Central Europe and therefore the German Monarch is a good ally to unite his country at this point.

Ok, cool! :) 

I'll respond to the rest once concluded, but China is still a Dynastic Empire.

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1 minute ago, MBDemSoc said:

The Socialist Labor Party will support a defensive war against Japan as we have said that we have no problems with defensive wars in many of our Presidential Platforms over the years.

The Socialist Labor Party will not support a blanket of surveillance against all immigrants from a certain group as it is discriminatory but will support surveillance against people who have been identified with solid evidence against them that they are assisting enemies of the US.

The Socialist Labor Party now retracts the comment of the US and allies acting like terrorists as the situation in Europe has now significantly changed and we hope that the President is not considering any further wars against Greece or Italy as he previously mentioned as they would be aggressive wars. 

That is very good sign of cooperation my friends. We have the full support for our actions thankfully. We also like to point out that the internment of Japanese people is for their own safety as well. Americans might probably be not very kind to them for the time of war.

Currently there are no plans for wars in Europe, since the situation has dramatically changed thanks to a good work of our Conservative administration. You can trust us that we will not march against European nations as long as they show a civilized behavior when it comes to us and our allies.

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4 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

I'll respond to the rest once concluded, but China is still a Dynastic Empire.

Ok great, I support their invasion of Japanese Korea as long as they grant us a verdict for the time after the war as well.

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2 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

The Socialist Labor Party will support a defensive war against Japan as we have said that we have no problems with defensive wars in many of our Presidential Platforms over the years.

The Socialist Labor Party will not support a blanket of surveillance against all immigrants from a certain group as it is discriminatory but will support surveillance against people who have been identified with solid evidence against them that they are assisting enemies of the US.

The Socialist Labor Party now retracts the comment of the US and allies acting like terrorists as the situation in Europe has now significantly changed and we hope that the President is not considering any further wars against Greece or Italy as he previously mentioned as they would be aggressive wars. 

Liberal leaders say that the damage is done for the Socialist party and projects that their failures will translate into loss of seats in the midterms. Liberals will be targeting many Socialist seats to flip Liberal. They do, however, agree that blanket surveillance is not the way to go. Liberals will oppose a bill that would provide surveillance against all immigrants and would prefer it to be on a case by case basis. We sympathize with the government's ideas, but simply think that in the future they could be mishandled. House Minority Leader Paula Reur recommends a task force under Congressional oversight. We do agree also with the last statement, but see that it really isn't an issue at this point in time. 

 

Liberals begin gearing an economic message for the midterms, as most of the President's term has been focused on foreign policy, Liberals have been unable to differentiate their plan as much. A New Promise is laid out by Liberal leaders, detailing what they'd do to bring transparency to the government and what they would do to assist the economy. They back new, comprehensive trade deals with Mexico and Canada to help cross-border trade increase, and would make our nation richer. Liberals back a large-scale infrastructure project to bring jobs to the American people through a road system from sea to sea. House Minority Leader Reur unveils a plan for a faster shipping line to go from Honolulu to San Francisco to open up Hawaii to the rest of the United States. Liberals would like to bring manufacturing jobs by offering tax credits for those who sell radios to the American public so they can get better insight to what the government is doing. 

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8 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberal leaders say that the damage is done for the Socialist party and projects that their failures will translate into loss of seats in the midterms. Liberals will be targeting many Socialist seats to flip Liberal. They do, however, agree that blanket surveillance is not the way to go. Liberals will oppose a bill that would provide surveillance against all immigrants and would prefer it to be on a case by case basis. We sympathize with the government's ideas, but simply think that in the future they could be mishandled. House Minority Leader Paula Reur recommends a task force under Congressional oversight. We do agree also with the last statement, but see that it really isn't an issue at this point in time. 

 

Liberals begin gearing an economic message for the midterms, as most of the President's term has been focused on foreign policy, Liberals have been unable to differentiate their plan as much. A New Promise is laid out by Liberal leaders, detailing what they'd do to bring transparency to the government and what they would do to assist the economy. They back new, comprehensive trade deals with Mexico and Canada to help cross-border trade increase, and would make our nation richer. Liberals back a large-scale infrastructure project to bring jobs to the American people through a road system from sea to sea. House Minority Leader Reur unveils a plan for a faster shipping line to go from Honolulu to San Francisco to open up Hawaii to the rest of the United States. Liberals would like to bring manufacturing jobs by offering tax credits for those who sell radios to the American public so they can get better insight to what the government is doing. 

We endorse the Liberals efforts to target Socialist labor seats unless the Conservative candidates have a shot on winning this seat by themselves.

If you are talking about a bill to spy at all immigrants you are wrong. This was only directed at nations hostile to America, currently Japan at first.

In order to prepare for the midterms I endorse of course Conservative candidates down ballot and remind the American people that during war times the government should be able to work instead of being obstructed by other parties. We need to stand together as one united force against all evil. Probably my great friend Vice President Hillsbury wants to develop a detailed battle plan for the midterm elections @Reagan04

The Conservative campaign shall be called "Patriots vote Conservative".

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Just now, Conservative Elector 2 said:

If you are talking about a bill to spy at all immigrants you are wrong. This was only directed at nations hostile to America, currently Japan at first.

 

Specifically, the nations meant earlier is what we were saying. Liberals believe that most of these people are fleeing these types of ideologies and need our assistance. 

1 minute ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

 In order to prepare for the midterms I endorse of course Conservative candidates down ballot and remind the American people that during war times the government should be able to work instead of being obstructed by other parties. We need to stand together as one united force against all evil. Probably my great friend Vice President Hillsbury wants to develop a detailed battle plan for the midterm elections @Reagan04

Liberals deflect this type of anxious messaging in the midterms by asking who opposed this war in the first place? No party opposed defensive actions against Japan, and Liberals will be proud of the actions we are taking against the Japanese. All parties stand against Japan, the war shouldn't be a campaign issue because Liberals and Conservatives both would handle it nearly the same.

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8 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Specifically, the nations meant earlier is what we were saying. Liberals believe that most of these people are fleeing these types of ideologies and need our assistance. 

I see and if that is the case we will gladly assist them of course. People who fleeing their regimes are the people who were already enlightened by the American spirit of Freedom and Democracy. 

8 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberals deflect this type of anxious messaging in the midterms by asking who opposed this war in the first place? No party opposed defensive actions against Japan, and Liberals will be proud of the actions we are taking against the Japanese. All parties stand against Japan, the war shouldn't be a campaign issue because Liberals and Conservatives both would handle it nearly the same.

This was primarily addressed for the awkward possibility of having a congress with a different party holding the majority. If the president's party heavily loses support the Japanese might think the President has lost his authority and the support of his own people. This would be a terrible message sent out and a major blow against our interests. However, the final decision is made by the American electorate and I trust them to take the right decision.

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38 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberal leaders say that the damage is done for the Socialist party and projects that their failures will translate into loss of seats in the midterms. Liberals will be targeting many Socialist seats to flip Liberal. They do, however, agree that blanket surveillance is not the way to go. Liberals will oppose a bill that would provide surveillance against all immigrants and would prefer it to be on a case by case basis. We sympathize with the government's ideas, but simply think that in the future they could be mishandled. House Minority Leader Paula Reur recommends a task force under Congressional oversight. We do agree also with the last statement, but see that it really isn't an issue at this point in time. 

 

Liberals begin gearing an economic message for the midterms, as most of the President's term has been focused on foreign policy, Liberals have been unable to differentiate their plan as much. A New Promise is laid out by Liberal leaders, detailing what they'd do to bring transparency to the government and what they would do to assist the economy. They back new, comprehensive trade deals with Mexico and Canada to help cross-border trade increase, and would make our nation richer. Liberals back a large-scale infrastructure project to bring jobs to the American people through a road system from sea to sea. House Minority Leader Reur unveils a plan for a faster shipping line to go from Honolulu to San Francisco to open up Hawaii to the rest of the United States. Liberals would like to bring manufacturing jobs by offering tax credits for those who sell radios to the American public so they can get better insight to what the government is doing. 

Any potential goodwill between the Liberals and the Socialist Labor Party has been lost with this statement along with the similar statement by the Conservatives, we will now be campaigning vigorously against both capitalistic parties.

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3 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

Any potential goodwill between the Liberals and the Socialist Labor Party has been lost with this statement along with the similar statement by the Conservatives, we will now be campaigning vigorously against both capitalistic parties.

OOC: this just refers to endorsements of the Libs in the second round and any potential formal coalitions.

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25 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

Any potential goodwill between the Liberals and the Socialist Labor Party has been lost with this statement along with the similar statement by the Conservatives, we will now be campaigning vigorously against both capitalistic parties.

Liberals don't need any Socialist endorsement to win elections. Any common-sense left-leaning voter would vote Liberal in the midterms, after what the Socialists called our country. We don't want their endorsement.

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29 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberals don't need any Socialist endorsement to win elections. Any common-sense left-leaning voter would vote Liberal in the midterms, after what the Socialists called our country. We don't want their endorsement.

We were referring to what the President said about invading both Greece and Italy who have not attacked us or been  aggressive in any way against us we should have clarified that we overreacted but the President did commit an unlawful act of intimidation against both those countries for the pursuit of purely political aims so it falls under the definition of terrorism.

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The President renews his statements and makes clear that actions against both Greece and Italy were only on the table because these two countries sent radical troops up north to potentially harm our ally, the German Empire. It is the same like in the American War with Japan. If Japan had not backed an evil cause we had never ever signaled any threats against them. But thanks to the diplomatic intervention of the Conservative administration we avoided a major war in Europe which probably would have involved our nation as well. 

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4 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

The President renews his statements and makes clear that actions against both Greece and Italy were only on the table because these two countries sent radical troops up north to potentially harm our ally, the German Empire. It is the same like in the American War with Japan. If Japan had not backed an evil cause we had never ever signaled any threats against them. But thanks to the diplomatic intervention of the Conservative administration we avoided a major war in Europe which probably would have involved our nation as well. 

OOC: I will craft a midterm strategy for the Conservative Party as Hillsbury and Trebuano as you have requested.

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26 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

The President renews his statements and makes clear that actions against both Greece and Italy were only on the table because these two countries sent radical troops up north to potentially harm our ally, the German Empire. It is the same like in the American War with Japan. If Japan had not backed an evil cause we had never ever signaled any threats against them. But thanks to the diplomatic intervention of the Conservative administration we avoided a major war in Europe which probably would have involved our nation as well. 

It looks like from the position of outsiders that Greece and Italy only sent troops into Germany to attempt to stop them from invading Poland as well.

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36 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

OOC: I will craft a midterm strategy for the Conservative Party as Hillsbury and Trebuano as you have requested.

Of course, I am thankful for that!

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12 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

It looks like from the position of outsiders that Greece and Italy only sent troops into Germany to attempt to stop them from invading Poland as well.

Germany is still our ally, while Poland and Italy and Greece are not ours. The President believes in assisting our allies even during the darkest days but of course we are happy that we did not need to intervene. We trusted rightfully our European partners to handle this. Soemtimes you need a few harsh words to get your counterparts to the table of Diplomacy again. We have successfully proven this. 

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