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Interesting idea because that will surely give a situation like in German or New Zealand politics:

Exemple:

Green Party (led by Ralph Nader). Strong in main cities and in the Northwest.

Socialist Party (led by Dennis Kucinich) Strong in big cities and in the Northwest.

Labor Party (led by Howard Dean) Strong in PA, MI, OH, VT, NY and the Midwest.

Liberal Party (led by Barack Obama) Strong in the blue states.

Progressive Party (led by Joe Liberman) Also strong in the northeast blue states and especially in CA.

National Party (led by John McCain) Strong in the West and the Southwest.

American Party (led by Mike Huckabee) Strong in the South.

Constitution Party (led by Pat Buchanan) Strong in Red States.

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Interesting idea because that will surely give a situation like in German or New Zealand politics:

Exemple:

Green Party (led by Ralph Nader). Strong in main cities and in the Northwest.

Socialist Party (led by Dennis Kucinich) Strong in big cities and in the Northwest.

Labor Party (led by Howard Dean) Strong in PA, MI, OH, VT, NY and the Midwest.

Liberal Party (led by Barack Obama) Strong in the blue states.

Progressive Party (led by Joe Liberman) Also strong in the northeast blue states and especially in CA.

National Party (led by John McCain) Strong in the West and the Southwest.

American Party (led by Mike Huckabee) Strong in the South.

Constitution Party (led by Pat Buchanan) Strong in Red States.

Pat Buchanan is Reform not Constitution. In addtion I'd add some kind of compromise party. If it were me I'd get rid of the fake parties and just have the real parties gain support from different canidates. Here's what I would do party wise.

BOSTON TEA PARTY / PERSONAL CHOICE PARTY(Led by Ron Paul)- Small Libertarian Splinter

CONSTITUTION PARTY(Led by Mike Huckabee)- Far Right Party, stronger in the south

GREEN PARTY(Led by Ralph Nader)- Strong on the west coast.

AMERICA'S INDEPENDENT PARTY(Led by Duncan Hunter)-Very Conservative and religous right party

LIBERTARIAN PARTY(Led by Newt Gingrich)- Strong in many rural areas

SOCIALIST PARTY USA(Led by Dennis Kucinich)- Strong in big cities

PROHIBITION PARTY(Led by Mitt Romney)- Originally a prohibition party, now simply a party of the Religous Right

REFORM PARTY(Led by John McCain)- Strong in many states

UNITED STATES PACIFIST PARTY(Led by Barack Obama)- A peace loving left wing party based in Illinois

*All these parties have ballot acess in at least one state.

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Pat Buchanan is Reform not Constitution. In addtion I'd add some kind of compromise party. If it were me I'd get rid of the fake parties and just have the real parties gain support from different canidates. Here's what I would do party wise.

BOSTON TEA PARTY / PERSONAL CHOICE PARTY(Led by Ron Paul)- Small Libertarian Splinter

CONSTITUTION PARTY(Led by Mike Huckabee)- Far Right Party, stronger in the south

GREEN PARTY(Led by Ralph Nader)- Strong on the west coast.

AMERICA'S INDEPENDENT PARTY(Led by Duncan Hunter)-Very Conservative and religous right party

LIBERTARIAN PARTY(Led by Newt Gingrich)- Strong in many rural areas

SOCIALIST PARTY USA(Led by Dennis Kucinich)- Strong in big cities

PROHIBITION PARTY(Led by Mitt Romney)- Originally a prohibition party, now simply a party of the Religous Right

REFORM PARTY(Led by John McCain)- Strong in many states

UNITED STATES PACIFIST PARTY(Led by Barack Obama)- A peace loving left wing party based in Illinois

*All these parties have ballot acess in at least one state.

That's the most biased, idiotic party list I have ever seen.

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He was ranked most liberal in the senate. No one can deny Mccain is a moderate or else conservatives wouldn't have been so pissed about him to start off.

Name your source. McCain's /past/ as a Moderate, and his Liberal /TENDENCIES/ were the reason Conservative's were the reason right-wing nuts were so pissed of. McCains record of on foreign policy is ten times worse than Bush, and he has abandoned his Liberal /TENDENCIES/ like Campaign reform and fighting for the middle class, he left them at the door in 2001.

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That's the most biased, idiotic party list I have ever seen.

How so, maybe Obama isn't Pacifist but thats the 3rd party he most fits the bill of unless you want him to be part of the the Labor Party

The Labor Party is a liberal entity created in 1996 by a sizable group of labor unions including the United Mine Workers, the Longshoremen, American Federation of Government Employees, California Nurses Association and other labor union locals. The party explains it was formed because "on issues most important to working people -– trade, health care, and the rights to organize, bargain and strike -– both the Democrats and Republicans have failed working people." Ideologically, they seem close to the style of the late, labor-friendly Vice President Hubert Humphrey and US Senator Scoop Jackson wing of the Democratic Party circa 1960s. The party seems closely aligned ideologically with the New Party. The Labor Party has adopted a policy of "running candidates for positions where they can help enact and enforce laws and policies to benefit the working class and where we can best advance the goals and priorities of the Labor Party." The party also gets involved in local and state ballot initiatives. The Labor Party holds national conventions and seems to be making an efforts to revive itself as a forum for political debates. The Labor Party endorsed its first state and federal candidates in 1998 in Wyoming ("Green/Labor Alliance") -- and two more candidates in local races in California and Ohio in 2001 -- but none during the 2002-2004 cycles. The party organized a state affiliate in South Carolina and attempted to gain ballot access for its candidates there in 2006. Labor Party rules do not allow the concept of endorsing "fusion" candidates from other parties, and they remain committed to only nominating candidates who actually belong to the Labor Party.

But its pretty dang tiny.

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Name your source. McCain's /past/ as a Moderate, and his Liberal /TENDENCIES/ were the reason Conservative's were the reason right-wing nuts were so pissed of. McCains record of on foreign policy is ten times worse than Bush, and he has abandoned his Liberal /TENDENCIES/ like Campaign reform and fighting for the middle class, he left them at the door in 2001.

http://nj.nationaljournal.com/voteratings/

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Saying he is more Liberal than some such as Kennedy or Sanders, is first and forth most, equal to claiming McCain is more Conservative than DeMint or Richard.

This seems similar to what Bush was doing to Kerry in 04.

Furthermore, I am a proud Liberal. So if anything, it's a compliment to me.

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My list, which unlike others, is not politically biased. Also, it get's boring when we have the same people over and over, - I'm going to try and use some other well known, but not former presidential candidates, for canidadtes.

Liberal Party [ Center-Left; Left ] Nancy Pelosi, Bill Nelson, Ted Strickland, Ed Rendell, Kent Conrad

The Nationals [ Center-Right; Right ] Charlie Crist, Matt Blunt, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rick Perry, Jim Douglas

Reform Party [ Social Issues should be up to the states. Economic nationalism [ protectionism, extreme fiscal conservatism ]

The American Party [ Far-Right; Neo-Nazi ]

The People's Party [ Far-Left; Communist & Socialist ]

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My list, which unlike others, is not politically biased. Also, it get's boring when we have the same people over and over, - I'm going to try and use some other well known, but not former presidential candidates, for canidadtes.

Liberal Party [ Center-Left; Left ] Nancy Pelosi, Bill Nelson, Ted Strickland, Ed Rendell, Kent Conrad

The Nationals [ Center-Right; Right ] Charlie Crist, Matt Blunt, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rick Perry, Jim Douglas

Reform Party [ Social Issues should be up to the states. Economic nationalism [ protectionism, extreme fiscal conservatism ]

The American Party [ Far-Right; Neo-Nazi ]

The People's Party [ Far-Left; Communist & Socialist ]

That is a good list maybe a few more parties.

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I think the list should go more like that:

Liberal Party [ Center-Left; Left ]

Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Bill Nelson, Ted Strickland, Ed Rendell, Kent Conrad, Al Gore, John Kerry, Hilary Clinton,

Labor Party [ Left; Pro-Union ]

Howard Dean, Dick Gephardt, Joe Biden, Tom Vilsack

Progressive Party[ Fiscally Conservative; Socially Liberal ]

Rudy Guiliani, George Pataki, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mark Warner, Mitt Romney, Joe Liberman, Wesley Clark, Jesse Ventura, Michael Bloomberg, Colin Powell

The Nationals [ Center-Right; Right ]

John McCain,Charlie Crist, Matt Blunt, Rick Perry, Jim Douglas, Bobby Jindal, Steve Forbes, Mark Sanford,

Reform Party [ Social Issues should be up to the states. Economic nationalism [ protectionism, extreme fiscal conservatism ]

Pat Buchanan, Alan Keyes, Ron Paul, Ross Perot (?)

The American Party [ Right, Southern and state rights based and Pro-Religious]

Mike Huckabee, Fred Thompson, Bill First

The Social-Democratic Party [socialist ]

Dennis Kucinich, Norm Chomsky :lol:

The Green Party [Pro-Environment]

Ralph Nader, Cynthia McKenney

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