Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by CavLancer, Jun 12, 2014.
Should be a...
. . . guy with a tricornered hat, Gadsden flag boxers, and a beard that is more Duck Dynasty than it is my-son-is-being-held-by-the-Taliban.
Oh come on. We've had on Muslim and now a Rooskie?
Don't miss the poll. It seems I can't make a poll without someone posting in the thread before its submitted. Now with Putin in charge is that, what? Ultra fascist? Retro Soviet communist? I left them out, sorry. Try one of the extremes, wherever your delusions take you.
Now there's an option I should have added.
It computes! It Decides! It blames the previous Administrtion!
Where's the "downtown" option?
Assuming that "should be" here means "most likely will be." I would never actually support a Teahadist.
I don't think O'Bama is eligible for a third term.
Just think of a French person and the problems they might have with this poll. 823 parties at last count and the need to choose among 5 choices and moran.
Its tough, I know.
I'm writing in John Stewart
You know nothing Jon Stewart.
Huh? What? Who? Where am I? votes are throw away 'I was here' third party commie votes. 'I'm disenfranchised by your poll and the universe' votes. What's his name votes from the last nomination...
Not that most other systems are that great, but a 2-party demo system seems one of the worst cause it easily leads to mostly a charade of different politics from the handfull of main politicians in the two parties.
At least in the rotting state of Europe we still have frequent cases of 4 or more parties playing a role in each election. (but individual systems for majority can cancel that as well..).
Yes, but we're talking US election, not a "Rotting State of Europe" election. Its a much easier poll I got than they got, less nonsensical options. They are all nonsensical options for a US election, but still. A lot less.
Ron Paul wins 1988 then we repeal the 22nd Amendment, thus leading to:
1988: Ron Paul
1992: Ron Paul
1996: Ron Paul
2000: office abolished.
Ron Paul will still likely be the first President of Texas
What are we talking about again? Harv, are you from Texas by any chance?
The next president will be more conservative than he is liberal and more authoritarian than libertarian, just like every other one in at least recent history. We get a choice of two slightly different flavors of ice creams in this country despite all the histrionics to the contrary.
The only exception lately was John Kerry whom you could consider to be a liberal, But he only had a slight chance of becoming president because GWB was such an incredibly bad one.
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