First off, I'm going to start a discussion on the same topic, but replacing the word "Republican" with "Democrat". I asked this question in the Q&A section, but I think folks wanted to discuss and go back and forth more than the Q&A section allowed, so I'm starting the discussion here.
I'm actually asking this as a more serious discussion starter - actually imagine it as a political exercise. What would really happen? I'm less interested in political diatribes and more interested in a thoughtful discussion of what it would look like. Thanks for your input no matter what!
by ahorseback11 days ago
Lets face it , It has become hate , pure and simple . The education institutions are and have been pushing a narrative of hate , violence and total political divide , fueled by the 'white...
by Deforest9 months ago
I am not saying that none of the candidates gathered the 207 electorate votes. I am just stating that a majority of the US citizens vote blank. Will the majority rule?
by My Esoteric2 months ago
Maybe. The 17th Century term High Crimes and Misdemeanors may not mean what you think it might be after seeing President Clinton impeached, but not convicted. A common interpretation is as follows:The...
by Thomas Byers4 years ago
President Obama is expected to deliver remarks on preserving middle class tax cuts Wednesday in the face of the approaching "fiscal cliff," but the White House is hoping Americans will chime in, as well, on...
by Susan Reid4 years ago
During the 2010 mid-terms the GOP campaigned fiercely on the platform of job creation and, as a result of such promises, the GOP gained the majority in the House of Representatives. As the new Speaker of the House, John...
by LucidDreams4 years ago
I am not saying ALL Republicans are, I am just wondering why anyone would actually stay with a party that is clearly not on the same page as most of America? Most (not all) but most who are die hard right Republicans...
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