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  1. someone should do a 1972 RFK re-election what-if senario. I know I would play it.
  2. i would like a copy also. jospiv@yahoo.com
  3. could you send a copy to jospiv@yahoo.com? thanks
  4. JoSpiv


    Yeah, we should go back to the one that made during election night. the last time the forum here closed for a time.
  5. If it's a cheap attack, you can be sure they'll use it.
  6. Comedian and SNL alum Al Franken will run against Norm Coleman for the Minnesota Senate seat in 2008. Facinating.
  7. The last version was a lot of fun. I won as Richardson vs. Romney.
  8. Yeah I was disapointed they didn't do more with the GOP primary. I know the characters we knew were all with the Dems, but it woulda been interesting if they'd covered it more. also, send the senario to me also. jospiv@yahoo.com
  9. The Electoral College is a great example of what LiberalUK is talking about. The people don't actually vote for President, they vote for electors, and those electors vote for president. Today the electors almost always go with the people, and in some states they have to, but originally it was due to the fact that they didn't trust the people.
  10. Well I didn't think it was a very nice thing to say. Never Yes never says things like that, and simply posts articles he thinks are important. Doing so in now way makes it ok to attack him in the manner that people do on this site.
  11. I never said you did. Christian said it. While it's clear he was joking, it's not a very nice thing to say. Never Yes never attacks you guys like that.
  12. What the hell is wrong with you people? Never Yes has an opinion that the US is doing the wrong thing in Iraq, and posts articles just like you guys do. And for that you call him inhuman, and anti-American. It's pathetic the lengths you'll go to tear down someone that opposes you.
  13. Where does it say it's imaginary? That's a pretty famous quote about using fear to your advantage. You clearly missed the most important part of the quote which is what he highlighted. You calling him a terrorist supporter simply because he differs with you is a horrible attack. If you really think he wants the terrorists to win, or he wants any Americans to die you're nuts. And that's what you should appoligize about.
  14. It's clear he doesn't support terrorism. The accusation that he'll be disapointed if they lose is horrifying. Mantis, you really should appologize.
  15. They have the power to try cases and interpret the laws as they please. The power that they gave themselves is called "Judical Review". Which gives the Supreme Court the power to overturn any law passed by the Congress on the grounds that it's unconstitutional.
  16. Well no actually. Our system is set up for us to choose representatives to make those decisions, and laws for us. An inturn we have a court system where those laws are to be interpreted. If a case goes before the courts they are to make a decision based on the Constitution of the United States. On a side note your phrase "Stick it up your ass" is not apprciated so please refrain from personal attacks on anyone.
  17. It's a shame the old political forum was destroyed. We had some good long discussions about this topic.
  18. December deadliest month for U.S. in Iraq in 2 yrs 30 Dec 2006 15:15:12 GMT Source: Reuters BAGHDAD, Dec 30 (Reuters) - December became the deadliest month for U.S. troops in Iraq in two years after the U.S. military reported six more combat deaths, leaving the tally just two short of the emotive 3,000 mark. Three U.S. marines died on Thursday from wounds suffered in combat in Iraq's western Anbar province. One soldier was killed by a roadside bomb in northwest Baghdad and another soldier was killed in Anbar on Friday, the military said on Saturday. Another statement announced the death of a U.S. soldier killed by a roadside bomb in southwest Baghdad on Friday. The latest deaths take the number of U.S. military deaths in Iraq since the invasion of March 2003 to 2,998, according to icasualties.org, a Web site that tracks U.S. deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan. The number who died in December is now 109, three more than the previous high this year in October, and the highest since November 2004 when 137 U.S. servicemen and women died. Mounting U.S. casualties are raising pressure on U.S. President George W. Bush to set a timetable for the withdrawal of troops from the increasingly unpopular war.
  19. I was thinking of putting a footnote in my post about that. but decided against it.
  20. Not to mention he's the only one who's run for national office.
  21. I'm sure it'll be amazing.
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