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  1. 20 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

    I'm saying that he was willing to stand up for his beliefs not his acts necessarily.

    It's worth pointing out that has some pretty grotesque beliefs though, such as believing that Keith Ellison shouldn't be a Congressman because of what religion he is and that 9/11 and Sandy Hook was "God's punishment".

     

    That sometimes gets lost when it really shouldn't.

  2. 1 hour ago, Dallas said:

    Alabama is very different. NBC News visited a town here, and could not find a single person that believes any of the allegations. 

    One town doesn't say much about the entire state. Also imo Akin's case (despite being on tape and playable for ads etc) was just something he said verbally and is not nearly as bad as what Moore is being accused of and what he's already admitted to (see his defense in the Hannity interview). It will most likely have a bigger effect on those who believe it.

     

    In my opinion barring a real write-in challenge Moore is still the favorite to win, but I also think Jones winning is in the realm of possibilities. Depends on how the next month goes.

  3. 2 minutes ago, Dallas said:

    A very accurate polling agency here in AL has him at 11 points ahead of his Democrat challenger. This poll was taken after the WaPo story that was published. 

    Fwiw, Todd Akin also lead in the polls immediately after his controversy.

  4. 57 minutes ago, Patine said:

    You must be incredibly wealthy to have to move houseS (as in plural). :P

    I look forward to seeing a final result, whenever it comes out.

    No no, quite the contrary. :P Moving between houses (as in just regular moving) may have been a better way to say it.

    Glad to hear you are still interested, though, and I too hope I'll be able to get around to it someday.

  5. Hello again everybody,

    I'd like to apologize for the lack of progress and commitment I gave to this scenario. I lot of my time and focus went to having to move houses, and well as things for college, so understandably this took a back seat to so many other things. Even though this has unofficially been on hiatus for quite some time, I'm afraid I'll have to put it officially on hiatus at this time until I can at least be certain to have the time and interest to continue this project once again.

  6. Hello everyone,

    For those wondering what's been the news on this scenario, I have to admit that I got quite sidetracked from it because of life. However, due to a fellow scenario maker I know creating his own fictional, personalized scenario he was able to pass on to me the right 2005 constituencies, which is a big help indeed. I do have the leaders and alternate leader mostly worked out with the Lib Dems needed for completion on that, then it would mostly come down to putting in the percentages and candidates.

    I also want to say in my 2010 scenario, I have been looking at ways to add events to that scenario which I am in the process of testing, so we may see that soon.

    While I don't believe I can commit the same effort and progress I made on the 2010 scenario at least in the short term due to real world priorities, I will try to continue on this and ensure that it's not abandoned.

  7. On 3/14/2017 at 6:30 AM, JDrakeify said:

    Prussian1871 mentioned he is getting the base 1992 scenario imported from PMF, so not sure if I want to replicate something someone else is already working on, especially if he has access to the correct constituencies. If it becomes clear that he isn't going to do it, maybe I'll give it a go. At some point in the future I might do an earlier scenario, I'm considering 1979, 1950/51, or one of three that took place immediately after World War 1. Thoughts?

    I'm not currently working on 1992 right now (I've started with 2005 and have kinda got sidetracked from it), so you're free to work on 1992 if you want.

  8. United Kingdom - 2005
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    Coming soon to PMI!

     

    Hello hello, everyone! I'm pleased to announce that after having a word with the good people at 270soft, I will be able to work on new scenarios from PMF 2010 including the 2005 election and others. For those of you who know my work porting 2010 to PMI, I now will be porting other scenarios as well, starting with the 2005 and 1992 base scenarios. I hope I'll be able to eventually do custom scenarios too, but for now I'm focusing on PMF's base scenarios. While the 2010 isn't technically finished with population numbers still at 2015 (I've also considered adding events), I'm going to take the time to change the electorate when changing constituencies in this scenario.

     

    What's Done:

    What's not Done:

    -Historical Leaders

    -2005 Constituencies

    -Some Alternate Leaders added

    -South West Northern Ireland Percentages/Candidates

    -North East Northern Ireland Percentages/Candidates

    -North East Scotland Percentages/Candidates

    -South West Scotland Percentages/Candidates

    -North England Percentages/Candidates

    -Liverpool and Lancashire Percentages/Candidates

    -Greater Manchester Percentages/Candidates

    -North West Yorkshire Percentages/Candidates

    -South East Yorkshire Percentages/Candidates

    -Wales Percentages/Candidates

    -North West Midlands Percentages/Candidates

    -Birmingham and Coventry Percentages/Candidates

    -West of England Percentages/Candidates

    -North East Midlands Percentages/Candidates

    -East of England Percentages/Candidates

    -Central England Percentages/Candidates

    -Home Counties North Percentages/Candidates

    -Home Country South Percentages/Candidates

    -West Country Percentages/Candidates

    -Outer London Percentages/Candidates

    -Center London Percentages/Candidates

    -South East Percentages/Candidates

    -Accurate constituencies populations

  9. 2 hours ago, Falcon said:

    Maybe you can add Alan Johnson to Labour and Ming Campbell to Lib Dems?

    That's possible. I've considered adding other Tories candidates as well and maybe another Green.

    1 hour ago, Patine said:

    What about the Official Monster Raving Looney Party? Former Social Democratic Leader Roy Jenkins failed to beat their number of votes in a by-election in the '90's by a significant margin, coming in third in what should have been an effective two-party race with Labour in a strongly Working-Class London Constituency... :P

    Which by-election was that? I can't really find anything on it....

    I don't think the MRLP would really be possible to add under the left-right spectrum of issues, as their positions are nothing close to what actual parties have.

  10. 6 hours ago, Falcon said:

    Awesome work! Btw have you added events? Like the time Gordon Brown insulted that woman? :P

    I haven't added any events yet. From what I've played so far Cameron starts off with a strong advantage, so I'm not sure I want to weaken Brown.

    I did add three debates with a 15% qualification mark between Lib Dems, Labour, and Conservative, which will generally help better debaters like Clegg or Laws.

    3 hours ago, RFK/JFKfan said:

    Looks good. Looking at the list of all the leaders it is extraordinary just how many of them are now politically dead (or literally dead in the case of Charles Kennedy :( ). The exceptions include McDonnell, Farage, Salmond and Sturgeon...all of whom were considered somewhat fringe back in 2010. 

     

     

    Yeah, a lot happened in five years, huh? What I found intriguing while making this was the reality of the fall the Lib Dems had taken by 2015, and the rise of the SNP, Greens, and notably UKIP.

  11. Thanks for all the suggestions, guys!

    I had thought about adding Blair, since it is a brilliant idea, however I've run into the problem that he wasn't in parliament in 2010, and his constituency of Sedgefield is being contested by Phil Wilson. Since I can't add different candidates under separate leaders (maybe this should be a feature?), the best I probably could do would be "Phil Wilson / Tony Blair (If Leader)", which is entirely doable.

  12. Half way done with constituencies, with 325 done and another 325 to go.

    I've also added the 2005 Conservative leadership candidates (David Cameron, David Davis, Ken Clarke, Liam Fox) as potential leaders.

    If you guys have any ideas for alternate leaders (especially Labour/Liberal) feel free to suggest them, as I'd much appreciate it.

  13. United Kingdom - 2010 (Infinity edition)

     

    (Work in Progress)

     

    Hello everyone! I'd like to announce the campaign I am making concerning the United Kingdom's 2010 General Election. PMI takes a lot of work to make scenarios given the amount of numbers and people, but luckily I'll be able to use Prime Minister Forever's 2010 campaign for most of that. This is, as you can tell, a work in progress, so please remember that this may not come for at least a while.

    What's Done:

    -Historical Leaders

    -Some Alternate Leaders added (All Conservative 2005 Candidates added, Potential Labour candidates to come)

    -British National Party and Nick Griffin added

    -South West Northern Ireland Percentages/Candidates

    -North East Northern Ireland Percentages/Candidates

    -North East Scotland Percentages/Candidates

    -South West Scotland Percentages/Candidates

    -North England Percentages/Candidates

    -Liverpool and Lancashire Percentages/Candidates

    -Greater Manchester Percentages/Candidates

    -North West Yorkshire Percentages/Candidates

    -South East Yorkshire Percentages/Candidates

    -Wales Percentages/Candidates

    -North West Midlands Percentages/Candidates

    -Birmingham and Coventry Percentages/Candidates

    -West of England Percentages/Candidates

    -North East Midlands Percentages/Candidates

    -East of England Percentages/Candidates

    -Central England Percentages/Candidates

    -Home Counties North Percentages/Candidates

    -Home Country South Percentages/Candidates

    -West Country Percentages/Candidates

    -Outer London Percentages/Candidates

    -Center London Percentages/Candidates

    -South East Percentages/Candidates

    ~All constituencies done! :D

    What's not Done:

    -Accurate constituencies populations

  14. Is it Romney from the start of the campaign? Or him hopping in later on?

    If the latter, he could prevent decisive Trump victories such as New Hampshire or Massachusetts and possibly wound/cripple the Trump campaign.

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