Reagan04

20(4?) years of Chafing

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4 minutes ago, republicaninnyc said:

it'll get even more insane in my huckabee one once I get around to continuing it.

edit: @Patine @Reagan04 I meant more insane than this plot has gotten.

Yeah I have some bumps in the works for Old Chafe though, don't worry!

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Just now, jvikings1 said:

Although, I would assume that there would be some impact because of trade being hurt by a European recession.

Yes indeed, Please read my post above;)

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(this post is part of @Reagan04's plot)

5 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

Yeah I have some bumps in the works for Old Chafe though, don't worry!

people have also been protesting in the NYC subways being very annoying and making transportation next to impossible since commuters are stuck with these protesters who are sometimes violent while  stuck on the train hearing the message  "there is train traffic ahead of us" even though no trains had come within 15 minutes before the train that the commuters boarded.(this is mostly venting my rage at the city subways)

 

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Just now, republicaninnyc said:

@Reagan04 is this being continued?

I swear you're magic. I am playing the game Right Now

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September 15th, 2008

With the President's economy performing oddly well compared to the rest of the world, and the world of upper finance roaring, most Americans are content. Chafee leads 47-45 and 290-241. However, most Americans view the Red Congress unfavorably and many incumbents are looking at losing reelection.

 

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1 minute ago, Reagan04 said:

September 15th, 2008

With the President's economy performing oddly well compared to the rest of the world, and the world of upper finance roaring, most Americans are content. Chafee leads 47-45 and 290-241. However, most Americans view the Red Congress unfavorably and many incumbents are looking at losing reelection.

 

what does the senate election map look like?

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1 minute ago, republicaninnyc said:

what does the senate election map look like?

Democratic gains in CO,NM, OR,MN, and NH. GOP gains in MT, SD, AR, and LA. So netting only 1 for the Dems right now.

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September 29th, 2008

Democratic nominee Governor Bill Richardson's campaign is in free-fall. The President is simply winning at the national level and the nation is happy, for the first time, a majority of voters think that nation is going in the correct direction. Current polls have the President leading 50-46 and 330-187.

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9 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

September 29th, 2008

Democratic nominee Governor Bill Richardson's campaign is in free-fall. The President is simply winning at the national level and the nation is happy, for the first time, a majority of voters think that nation is going in the correct direction. Current polls have the President leading 50-46 and 330-187.

2008Chafe.PNG

try to win New York for me.

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1 minute ago, republicaninnyc said:

try to win New York for me.

New York is mad at me for dropping Pataki off the ticket and scooping up Lieberman.

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Just now, Reagan04 said:

New York is mad at me for dropping Pataki off the ticket and scooping up Lieberman.

I'm guessing you won't be replicating my clean sweep of all the counties in New York here

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Just now, republicaninnyc said:

I'm guessing you won't be replicating my clean sweep of all the counties in New York here

Probably not:P

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6 PM

We have seen considerable narrowing up to election day, the Republicans are expected to retain losses in the House, and perhaps the White House. As polls close, we'll get a better picture of how the nation is shaking up. 

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Results: President

After a very close race, the President was re-elected winning by 2 points and 311-227. 

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Just now, republicaninnyc said:

Indiana?

Indiana was blue until 46% in!

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Just now, Reagan04 said:

Indiana was blue until 46% in!

and NY was what?

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1 minute ago, republicaninnyc said:

and NY was what?

Lost by 16 points, also, sorry, I didnt have time to put the detail in this time. 

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Just now, Reagan04 said:

Lost by 16 points, also, sorry, I didnt have time to put the detail in this time. 

will it be detailed in 2012?

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Just now, republicaninnyc said:

will it be detailed in 2012?

Seeing as school will be done, it should be.

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Results: Senate

The Senate shifts only as red as the states that went for Richardson sending it 70-30

2008Senate.PNG

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