If only the Republicans had lost in November last year. The great liberal paradise was right around the corner.
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by Stevennix2001 10 days ago
I know the election isn't closed yet, but assuming Biden wins as it seems likely at this point, would you be opposed to Donald Trump running for president again in 2024, and if so, then would you vote for him? Please discuss.
by Ralph Deeds 10 years ago
This week in Michigan enough Tea Party delegates showed up at a Republican meeting to elect delegates to the party's nominating convention for the election in November to defeat the current Republican party chairman's bid to be elected a delegate. This strikes me as a cataclysmic event for the...
by Don Fairchild 7 years ago
Isn't this a great time for all moderate U.S. politicians to ban together?Since the extremist political groups, (yes all three extremists groups) have demonstrated that their ideals are basically garbage. Now is a perfect time for moderate Democrats, moderate Republicans, moderate Tea party...
by Ralph Deeds 9 years ago
Here's a small idea for the Super Committee that's supposed to report on how to achieve a trillion dollar savings in the federal budget by November 23--stop paying pension costs of Defense and Energy Department contractors.http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/13/busin … f=businessI wonder what the...
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
We are in the final days of the election.Despite the news reporting of how close some of the races are...Here is my prediction.The GOP will gain seats in the Senate and hold majority.The GOP will retain Majority in the House of Representative.The GOP will increase governorship in the States.It has...
by tobey100 9 years ago
Just a few thoughts on why there's no need to worry. First of all, Oprah's last show isn't scheduled until the 25th. Not even God can upstage Oprah. Secondly, WalMart is not closing early on the 21st. Yet I wonder....has Rev. Camping's church printed bulletins for Sunday's...
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