• Hi Guest!

    The costs of running this forum are covered by Sea Lion Press. If you'd like to help support the company and the forum, visit patreon.com/sealionpress

Biaggi’s Other Opium Den

gentleman biaggi

Based Slight Top
Pronouns
he/they is fine
Who Goes There It's The Ghost of October....

Ronald Wilson Reagan[1]/George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican) 1981-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/
vacant (Republican) 1982-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican) 1982-1985

1980 Def. James Earl Carter/Walter Fredrick "Fritz" Mondale (Democratic), John Bayard Anderson/Patrick Joseph Lucey (Independent)
Carl Milton Levin/Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski (Democratic) 1985-1993
1984 Def. George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican), Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown/Robert Edward "Ted" Turner (National Unity)
1988 Def. Robert Walter "Bob" Kasten/Paul Hardy[2] (Republican), Leonard Johnson Umina/Eugene Joseph "Clean Gene" McCarthy (National Unity-TechnoVote Alliance)

Michael Edward "Mike" Love/William Worthington "Bill" Scranton III (Republican) 1993-2001
1992 Def. Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Joe Edward Pursell (Democratic), Richard Douglas "Dick" Lamm/Jerry Rubin (NU-TV)
1996 Def. (endorsed by NU-TV[3]) James Edward "Jim" Wallis/James Elisa "Jim" Folsom (Democratic)

David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican) 2001-2005
2000 Def. James Roosevelt III/Daniel Robert "Bob" Graham (Democratic)
Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Charles "Chip" Bishop (Democratic) 2005-????
2004 Def. David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican)



[1] Resigned over involvement with "October Surprise" Scandal
[2] While Hardy was elected governor as a Democrat in 1979, his general movement away from the Democrats due to a close partnership with President Reagan led to him leaving the party during Reagan's impeachment, arguing "irreconcilable differences" with the "loony liberal" Democratic Party. Ironically, in his re-election bid he faced archconservative ex-Klansman (and born again Christian) David Duke, who was a Democratic state legislator (and in 1992 a presidential candidate on the Christian Identity "Constitution Party" ticket).
[3] The National Unity-Techno Vote Alliance would endorse President Love following his support for the 28th Amendment in 1995, which intended to replace the electoral college with a two-round popular vote system and make the House of Representatives elected via D'Hondt method. While Love was re-elected, the amendment ended up failing, particularly in the heavily Democratic South.
 
Last edited:

gentleman biaggi

Based Slight Top
Pronouns
he/they is fine
Who Goes There It's The Ghost of October....

Ronald Wilson Reagan[1]/George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican) 1981-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/
vacant (Republican) 1982-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican) 1982-1985

1980 Def. James Earl Carter/Walter Fredrick "Fritz" Mondale (Democratic), John Bayard Anderson/Patrick Joseph Lucey (Independent)
Carl Milton Levin/Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski (Democratic) 1985-1993
1984 Def. George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican), Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown/Robert Edward "Ted" Turner (National Unity)
1988 Def. Robert Walter "Bob" Kasten/Paul Hardy[2] (Republican), Leonard Johnson Umina/Eugene Joseph "Clean Gene" McCarthy (National Unity-TechnoVote Alliance)

Michael Edward "Mike" Love/William Worthington "Bill" Scranton III (Republican) 1993-2001
1992 Def. Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Joe Edward Pursell (Democratic), Richard Douglas "Dick" Lamm/Jerry Rubin (NU-TV)
1996 Def. (endorsed by NU-TV[3]) James Edward "Jim" Wallis/James Elisa "Jim" Folsom (Democratic)

David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican) 2001-2005
2000 Def. James Roosevelt III/Daniel Robert "Bob" Graham (Democratic)
Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Charles "Chip" Bishop (Democratic) 2005-????
2004 Def. David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican)



[1] Resigned over involvement with "October Surprise" Scandal
[2] While Hardy was elected governor as a Democrat in 1979, his general movement away from the Democrats due to a close partnership with President Reagan led to him leaving the party during Reagan's impeachment, arguing "irreconcilable differences" with the "loony liberal" Democratic Party. Ironically, in his re-election bid he faced archconservative ex-Klansman (and born again Christian) David Duke, who was a Democratic state legislator (and in 1992 a presidential candidate on the Christian Identity "Constitution Party" ticket).
[3] The National Unity-Techno Vote Alliance would endorse President Love following his support for the 28th Amendment in 1995, which intended to replace the electoral college with a two-round popular vote system and make the House of Representatives elected via D'Hondt method. While Love was re-elected, the amendment ended up failing, particularly in the heavily Democratic South.
put a few more years on this
 

AnActualFam

Well-known member
Location
Somewhere at Sea
Pronouns
He/Him
Who Goes There It's The Ghost of October....

Ronald Wilson Reagan[1]/George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican) 1981-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/
vacant (Republican) 1982-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican) 1982-1985

1980 Def. James Earl Carter/Walter Fredrick "Fritz" Mondale (Democratic), John Bayard Anderson/Patrick Joseph Lucey (Independent)
Carl Milton Levin/Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski (Democratic) 1985-1993
1984 Def. George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican), Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown/Robert Edward "Ted" Turner (National Unity)
1988 Def. Robert Walter "Bob" Kasten/Paul Hardy[2] (Republican), Leonard Johnson Umina/Eugene Joseph "Clean Gene" McCarthy (National Unity-TechnoVote Alliance)

Michael Edward "Mike" Love/William Worthington "Bill" Scranton III (Republican) 1993-2001
1992 Def. Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Joe Edward Pursell (Democratic), Richard Douglas "Dick" Lamm/Jerry Rubin (NU-TV)
1996 Def. (endorsed by NU-TV[3]) James Edward "Jim" Wallis/James Elisa "Jim" Folsom (Democratic)

David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican) 2001-2005
2000 Def. James Roosevelt III/Daniel Robert "Bob" Graham (Democratic)
Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Charles "Chip" Bishop (Democratic) 2005-????
2004 Def. David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican)



[1] Resigned over involvement with "October Surprise" Scandal
[2] While Hardy was elected governor as a Democrat in 1979, his general movement away from the Democrats due to a close partnership with President Reagan led to him leaving the party during Reagan's impeachment, arguing "irreconcilable differences" with the "loony liberal" Democratic Party. Ironically, in his re-election bid he faced archconservative ex-Klansman (and born again Christian) David Duke, who was a Democratic state legislator (and in 1992 a presidential candidate on the Christian Identity "Constitution Party" ticket).
[3] The National Unity-Techno Vote Alliance would endorse President Love following his support for the 28th Amendment in 1995, which intended to replace the electoral college with a two-round popular vote system and make the House of Representatives elected via D'Hondt method. While Love was re-elected, the amendment ended up failing, particularly in the heavily Democratic South.
Wonder what the scandal was.
 
Top