DogofWar1

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  1. They will suffer when Bernie is stopped pretty much in his tracks in terms of legislation. Like M4A sounds great when you ignore all the downsides, but probably the biggest downside is it would never pass.
  2. Remember, I said it wasn't a theory :P. However, in the spirit of trying to make this hypothetical work, I imagine at some point Bloomberg made clear he was gonna blow 500M anyway, and someone convinced him that spending 100M of that in this way made sense.
  3. It's a lot more efficient to have all of the candidates get in practice than 1 at a time, haha.
  4. This isn't so much a theory as it is just funny to think about, because I don't think it's the case, but what if Bloomberg is just there as a practice Trump. Bloomberg hates Trump. Someone, maybe the DNC, got him to run so he could be used as for practice. Think about it. A billionaire with a bad race relations policy history and a history of locker room talk? But for the fact Trump isn't actually a billionaire, the above could apply to both. They're doing debate prep for Trump in plain sight.
  5. DogofWar1

    The Impeachment Thread

    Rev up the 3rd article.
  6. DogofWar1

    The Impeachment Thread

    Senator Collins: "He learned his lesson." Trump: "I haven't learned any lessons." Collins: "Well I hope he learns it." Trump: "I'm dictator forever whoooo!"
  7. DogofWar1

    The Impeachment Thread

    What are the odds Manchin does something silly like vote to convict on 2nd article but not on 1st?
  8. DogofWar1

    The Impeachment Thread

    Hahahahahahahaha HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
  9. DogofWar1

    The Impeachment Thread

    Good on Mitt.
  10. We are gonna find out 2 years into his 2nd term that he's lost muscle control, aren't we?
  11. Masturbatory is the correct descriptor for this.
  12. While we're planning for contingencies can someone get Joe Kennedy III a Senate seat so he can run when we need him?
  13. I think this is more of an "Iowa" problem. Sure the DNC didn't help, but it sounds like more of this is at the feet of the state D party, not the national one. Everybody bends over backwards to try and make the caucus work, and it's just an inherently TERRIBLE system. Like just the worst. The problems will be rapidly gone once we get to actual primaries with, y'know, actual election infrastructure.
  14. Okay, y'all ready? Primary Overhaul: Round 1 – 3 states from 3 “regions” – Regions A – 3 total Round 2 – 3 more states from 3 “regions” – Regions A – 6 total Round 3 – 4 states from 4 “regions” – Regions B – 10 total Round 4 – 5 states from 5 “regions” – Regions C – 15 total Round 5 – 7 states from 6 “regions” – Regions D – 22 total Round 6 – 7 states from 6 “regions” – Regions D – 29 total Round 7 – 7 states from 6 “regions” – Regions D – 36 total Round 8 – 14 states from 6 “regions” – Regions D – 50 total For rounds 5-7, the 7th state is determined first by random draw of the region, and then by random draw of the state. The region from round 5 with the 2nd state cannot have a 2nd state in round 6-7, and region from round 6 with 2nd state also not allowed a 2nd state in round 7. TERRITORIES: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Washington D.C. – Assigned a random number 1-8 (2 numbers have nothing), random number is chosen for each round, meaning 6 of 8 rounds will have a territory, and 2 will have no territory voting) Regions A: - East, Central, West - East: - 17 - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, West Virginia - Central: - 17 - Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas - West: - 16 - Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska Regions B: - Northeast, South, Midwest, West - Northeast: - 12 - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia - South: - 13 - North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kentucky, New Mexico - North Central: - 13 - West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas - West: - 12 - Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado Regions C - Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Central West, West Coast - Northeast : - 10 - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania - Southeast: - 10 - Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, West Virginia, Louisiana - Midwest: - 10 - Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri - Central West: - 10 - North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas - West: - 10 - Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado Regions D - Northeast, Southeast, Central South, Midwest, Central North, West Coast - Northeast: - 9 - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, New York - Southeast: - 8 - Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi - Central South: - 8 - Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Missouri, Kentucky - Midwest: - 9 - Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa - Central North: - 8 – Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Utah - West: - 8 - Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona Generalized start date around Feb 1: - Round 1 Feb 1 - Round 2 Feb 14 (2 weeks) - Round 3 Feb 28 (2 weeks) - Round 4 March 17/18 (2.5 weeks) - Round 5 April 7 (3 weeks) - Round 6 April 28 (3 weeks) - Round 7 May 19 (3 weeks) - Round 8 June 10 (3 weeks) And for future proofing, if you're in the first 3 rounds in any given cycle you cannot be in the first 3 rounds the next cycle. Boom. Jams. You're welcome, DEMOCRACY.
  15. I worked out a whole system yesterday while I was bored, I'll post it in a little bit.