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    Anyway, regional election time in Russia. Putin has a bit to be worried about, what with the economy really not doing well in Russia and a young generation finding alternatives to state media on the internet, where they can see this clip of ballot stuffing in today's election:

    https://twitter.com/mediazzzona/stat...95810608181248
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    I'll never understand what they are all afraid of. He's an idiot and unstable. Even the DOD is afraid of him. Cut off his twitter account and kick out his so called advisords and he's harmless.
    It's the support he receives from the Religious Right, the Council for National Policy, The Mercers, Princes and all of the money that goes along with it. That and the deal he made with McConnell early on that he'd be shielded by the Senate from official censure or impeachment in exchange for conservative judicial appointments and rollbacks on regulations for the coal and oil industry.
    Trump's proven time-and-again that he can do and say whatever he wants within a limited scope. That sort of power doesn't go unrecognized by Politicians.
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    It seems that as the Democratic field shrinks, the Republican field expands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Kevin Spacey. He can act like Frank Underwood for real.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Defrosted Walt Disney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Alfred E. Neuman. Since MAD Magazine has been canceled, ole Alfred E. will need a new job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Alex Jones.

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    President Tiffany Trump...she has a lot to prove
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malvolio View Post
    It seems that as the Democratic field shrinks, the Republican field expands.
    Either way, it's good for the Democrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Because she'll be old enough... AOC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Whoever is chosen as VP by whichever Democrat wins the election. Note that the only two candidates unlikely to run for a second term are the two oldest, Biden and Sanders. Warren is the third oldest, but she is still young enough to handle a 2nd term if elected.

    If Trump wins, all bets are off. The GOP will probably either give Trump a third term, or install someone of his choosing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    On another forum I saw an old "Who is most likely to be the 45th President" thread, where no one has guessed the current occupant of the White House (although The Simpsons and Grant Morrison had guessed it.) That got me thinking about whether we'd be able to guess who is likeliest to be President in six years. This will be an odd task since the winner of the 2020 election might not run in 2024 (Trump would be term limited; Biden and Sanders would be in their 80s, a decade older than any current Governor.)

    So who do you guys think has the best shot of winning the 2024 presidential election?
    Well I suppose it might just be Me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalak View Post
    Well I suppose it might just be Me!
    You? Eh, I'd vote for you. Why not.

    I'm considering running for a position in my town government next year. Haven't decided if i want to do it or not yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCAll View Post
    Alex Jones.
    Yeah, that seems like where this country is headed. The Democratic candidate will probably wear a tie one day that doesn't match their shoes, thus ensuring Jones' victory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    You? Eh, I'd vote for you. Why not.

    I'm considering running for a position in my town government next year. Haven't decided if i want to do it or not yet.
    I've lived for a time thanks to state assistance, and I've been to public school my whole life. I was far too fat and had knees too bad for military service, but I wouldn't have tried anyway as I'd have questioned orders. I've learned to live under a budget, and I honestly can understand where the working class comes from living from paycheck to paycheck unlike 99% or more of current politicians. While I know enough to see where privilege has benefited me, I also know it's unfair to not give everyone the same hand up unlike many who live by the philosophy "Screw the rest of you, I got mine!". I can also sympathize with those who need a little something to get through their days, whether it's a prescription, a drink or 2, or those funny green cigarettes.

    TL;DR you could do worse than voting for me, I've actually seen things from the PoV of the average American.



    As for running in your local elections, I say more power to you! Make sure not to compromise yourself as so many who go into politics are forced to.

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