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Postby Louisianan » Sat Apr 17, 2021 2:46 pm

Newne Carriebean7 wrote:An ancient looking man holding a cobbed pipe firmly squinted before standing up and hollering at Broussard for his attention.

"Mista Brother sardine, Broussard, wow yer name is hards to prow-nownce. Likes my wives. She's isa brandy-eeine. My name be Cletus Gordon n' I just wanna t' ask y'alls fellers whot in t' he hell y'all doin' inna gubment. My main worry's onna the tax man. Now, this senator from miss sippii promises my tax rate to be lower. Have y' chated wit that there man o' his inna miss sippii onna lower tax rate for us fellers who've just gotta shack wit a leaky facuet fer cover n' don't wanna pay the tax man more than we needs? Do you gots any plans t' introduce us to nice tax break proposals inna the house, and will they play hard to git inna the senate or will y'all chat with the elephants n' assholes to git it passed without thems bills comin' outta 'mmittee loookin' likes some butchared sheep or critter roadkill carcas that even the buzzards won't touch. I don't w-want 'em to strip the bill clean. That'll b-hurt me bumtum line, gots its there mista Brother sardine?"

Hubert internally rolled his eyes, this man wasn't from Louisiana, couldn't be, Broussard is one of the largest and well known families in Louisiana. Plus, this man didn't even sound cajun, "Sir, the Senator from Mississippi is running a losing campaign, both for the White House and for the Senate. I support his message, and I support a few of his decisions, but from his declaring of the poor man as a criminal, and the declaring the rich man as his only constituents, he won't work in Louisiana. Secondly, the President of the United States can't lower taxes by himself. It is the congress that determines the budget, a simple example of why he ought to stay in the Senate, to make and pass bills. I have o current plans to introduce any tax break proposals as we currently face minimal taxes as it is, in my opinion."
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Postby Deblar » Sat Apr 17, 2021 3:32 pm

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Houma, Louisiana

Broussard Townhall
February 29th, 1959
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"Thank y'all for coming this afternoon. I am reaching out to my community, in the form of a town hall. I am a Representative of Louisiana, and I have an obligation to provide you with up-to-date information on the workings of our government, as well as the workings of our state. The Davis Administration, while being an administration of opposition to state rights, is an administration that has been open to bipartisanship, and has opened itself to criticism."

"I also understand that that criticism is to be dished out to all folks, no matter their station in government and just like the Davis Administration, I now also open myself up to this criticism, as a rite of passage for all government officials. I open the floor now to questions pertaining to the work of our government, and to my work as your representative. "

A young man in the crowd spoke up.

“Well, about the New Orleans situation...it was pretty bad. I heard someone ended up dying, which, you know...you have anything to say about that?”
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Postby Louisianan » Sat Apr 17, 2021 3:42 pm

Deblar wrote:
Louisianan wrote:

Houma, Louisiana

Broussard Townhall
February 29th, 1959
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"Thank y'all for coming this afternoon. I am reaching out to my community, in the form of a town hall. I am a Representative of Louisiana, and I have an obligation to provide you with up-to-date information on the workings of our government, as well as the workings of our state. The Davis Administration, while being an administration of opposition to state rights, is an administration that has been open to bipartisanship, and has opened itself to criticism."

"I also understand that that criticism is to be dished out to all folks, no matter their station in government and just like the Davis Administration, I now also open myself up to this criticism, as a rite of passage for all government officials. I open the floor now to questions pertaining to the work of our government, and to my work as your representative. "

A young man in the crowd spoke up.

“Well, about the New Orleans situation...it was pretty bad. I heard someone ended up dying, which, you know...you have anything to say about that?”

Broussard thought for a moment, "Well, I recall it was a tragedy. I don't remember anyone who turned up at that crisis, desiring someone to depart in such a tragic way. I further speculate that the circumstances in 'Nawlins ' were caused by a mild case of skepticism. If there is any footage of the disaster that was exhibited on the news, I can report to you that if you observe and listen, you will, no doubt detect that I advised folks about the automobile. That's why nobody in my party was harmed, they adopted my advice when I yelled. They listened when I saw that car. The negros didn't. That's their liability, not mine. Tell director Brown that he ought to believe somebody when they give him a legitimate warning."
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Louisianan wrote:

Houma, Louisiana

Broussard Townhall
February 29th, 1959
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"Thank y'all for coming this afternoon. I am reaching out to my community, in the form of a town hall. I am a Representative of Louisiana, and I have an obligation to provide you with up-to-date information on the workings of our government, as well as the workings of our state. The Davis Administration, while being an administration of opposition to state rights, is an administration that has been open to bipartisanship, and has opened itself to criticism."

"I also understand that that criticism is to be dished out to all folks, no matter their station in government and just like the Davis Administration, I now also open myself up to this criticism, as a rite of passage for all government officials. I open the floor now to questions pertaining to the work of our government, and to my work as your representative. "

A young man in a trench coat with a determined face, holding a notepad in his hand and a small pencil being held in place atop it. He was a newly hired journalist at a local newspaper hoping to find his big break, he didn't think he would find it here, but he wanted to find out more about his local representative. "Mr. Broussard, foreign affairs has always been an important issue, yet I haven't much of anything regarding this issue from you. With tensions recently flaring up with the Soviet Union in Vietnam and Cuba, so how do you think we should continue in this Cold War. How long do you envision us staying in Vietnam, and how do you think we will get there. How will you deal with the new regime in Cuba? And how will you work with the Davis Administration and try to see your plans being put into place?"
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Postby Louisianan » Sat Apr 17, 2021 5:38 pm

Hopal wrote:
Louisianan wrote:

Houma, Louisiana

Broussard Townhall
February 29th, 1959
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"Thank y'all for coming this afternoon. I am reaching out to my community, in the form of a town hall. I am a Representative of Louisiana, and I have an obligation to provide you with up-to-date information on the workings of our government, as well as the workings of our state. The Davis Administration, while being an administration of opposition to state rights, is an administration that has been open to bipartisanship, and has opened itself to criticism."

"I also understand that that criticism is to be dished out to all folks, no matter their station in government and just like the Davis Administration, I now also open myself up to this criticism, as a rite of passage for all government officials. I open the floor now to questions pertaining to the work of our government, and to my work as your representative. "

A young man in a trench coat with a determined face, holding a notepad in his hand and a small pencil being held in place atop it. He was a newly hired journalist at a local newspaper hoping to find his big break, he didn't think he would find it here, but he wanted to find out more about his local representative. "Mr. Broussard, foreign affairs has always been an important issue, yet I haven't much of anything regarding this issue from you. With tensions recently flaring up with the Soviet Union in Vietnam and Cuba, so how do you think we should continue in this Cold War. How long do you envision us staying in Vietnam, and how do you think we will get there. How will you deal with the new regime in Cuba? And how will you work with the Davis Administration and try to see your plans being put into place?"

"Personally, I think we ought to be aggressive on them, I think we should use our American might to fight our battles. I have no clue why we're in Vietnam to begin with, I think we should go forward with America First, not Vietnam first, but I ain't been told all the facts by our untransparent administration. I have no clue when our boys are coming back, I haven't been given all of the facts, I legitimately know only what you all know. I was shut out of a Bipartisan Summit, so again, the Davis Administration doesn't particularly give me any insight into stuff, so I can't really answer those questions. I don't want to mislead the public at all so I have to simply say no comment." Hubert laughed,
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Louisianan wrote:
Hopal wrote:A young man in a trench coat with a determined face, holding a notepad in his hand and a small pencil being held in place atop it. He was a newly hired journalist at a local newspaper hoping to find his big break, he didn't think he would find it here, but he wanted to find out more about his local representative. "Mr. Broussard, foreign affairs has always been an important issue, yet I haven't much of anything regarding this issue from you. With tensions recently flaring up with the Soviet Union in Vietnam and Cuba, so how do you think we should continue in this Cold War. How long do you envision us staying in Vietnam, and how do you think we will get there. How will you deal with the new regime in Cuba? And how will you work with the Davis Administration and try to see your plans being put into place?"

"Personally, I think we ought to be aggressive on them, I think we should use our American might to fight our battles. I have no clue why we're in Vietnam to begin with, I think we should go forward with America First, not Vietnam first, but I ain't been told all the facts by our untransparent administration. I have no clue when our boys are coming back, I haven't been given all of the facts, I legitimately know only what you all know. I was shut out of a Bipartisan Summit, so again, the Davis Administration doesn't particularly give me any insight into stuff, so I can't really answer those questions. I don't want to mislead the public at all so I have to simply say no comment." Hubert laughed,

"I am a journalist hopeful, and as a former newspaper owner, do have any advice to a budding young journalist. And in a time instability, hostility, and a world of unknown, do you have any advice to your constituents and those young folks going into the world. What will you do to create a world in which we are proud and the young folks of today can truly be thankful of, to leave behind a better world for our children and grandchildren?"
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Postby Louisianan » Sat Apr 17, 2021 7:23 pm

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Louisianan wrote:"Personally, I think we ought to be aggressive on them, I think we should use our American might to fight our battles. I have no clue why we're in Vietnam to begin with, I think we should go forward with America First, not Vietnam first, but I ain't been told all the facts by our untransparent administration. I have no clue when our boys are coming back, I haven't been given all of the facts, I legitimately know only what you all know. I was shut out of a Bipartisan Summit, so again, the Davis Administration doesn't particularly give me any insight into stuff, so I can't really answer those questions. I don't want to mislead the public at all so I have to simply say no comment." Hubert laughed,

"I am a journalist hopeful, and as a former newspaper owner, do have any advice to a budding young journalist. And in a time instability, hostility, and a world of unknown, do you have any advice to your constituents and those young folks going into the world. What will you do to create a world in which we are proud and the young folks of today can truly be thankful of, to leave behind a better world for our children and grandchildren?"

"Well, let me tell you this son, the media is the top source of information. Whoever controls the media is who controls the spread of information, stay clean, tell the truth, that's the only advice you need boy. I made sure to do just that when I was in the business. Keep your head up high, and do what YOU want. Let nobody dictate to you, what your future holds sha. I want to make sure that the world I promote, is the world my daddy would be proud of, that my mammy would be proud of, and a world that my kids and grandkids can live in, happy, and free and safe, so I will do just that. My bill that is currently being debated on in the senate is just one clear example of my dedication to the safety of our state and country."
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Postby Cybernetic Socialist Republics » Thu Apr 22, 2021 4:02 pm


New Orleans, Louisiana

Governor Fraser Speech
March 6th, 1959
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"Hello New Orleans, Louisiana and fellow Americans, listening this speech in person, over radio or over television. Today, I speak to you about a situation most dire. Our constitution and the values that it stands for, are under attack by domestic enemies. Domestic enemies who, using the means of mobs and street violence, lead by individuals that sour our congress with a presence that's been secured by the machinations of corrupts state governments manipulating the electoral process against the outlines of our constitution and suppressing the voices of political opposition of all colors, have worked to attack peacefully demonstrating citizens, who want nothing more than to see that our constitution is upheld, as it exists and was ratified by our states, rather than torn asunder by the corrupting doings of those who oppose our constitution and the republic of which stands for it.

While it is most obvious that the rights of protestors should be created with absolute respect, as a first amendments calls for, there comes a time when one must realize that specific individuals and ideas are under direct attack by conspiracies of evil, and special efforts must be taken to not only punish their implementation, but pre-emptively stop their occurrences in the first place. Such is the purpose of the so nicknamed 'double protection act' presented to our congress by my intelligent, independent and beautiful wife, Senator Sofia. This bill calls for the punishment of individuals who conspire to block or disrupt protests who's primary demands are the enforcement of the 14th amendment, the equal protection amendment, that ensures that laws re applied to all persons equally, by governments that have consistently failed to do so, in addition to providing specific security for such protests and punishing those in government and law enforcement who, while having the capacity to do so, refuse to provide it. The mechanics of punishment is one that treats these actions as as conspiracy against rights, as outlined in our criminal code, including the punishments associated with such. Additionally, in order to ensure that the Department of justice has the information and warning to act on this activity ahead of time, it also provides for the acceptance and prioritization of investigations of these activities as informed by these petitions.


In doing this, we will not only protect the first amendment rights of those who ae under coordinated attack across the country, but also help advance and protect the proper enforcement of the 14th amendment. Both noble goals, which I am sure the enemies of our constitution will work to oppose. Nonetheless, I ask citizens of all stripes, especially those running for the office, particularly the office of the presidency, to back this bill, so that it may pass through this congress even before a Fraser administration is given that chance to sign it!


Thank you New Orleans, Louisiana and fellow Americans, I ask again, support the Fraser Campaign!"

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Cybernetic Socialist Republics wrote:

New Orleans, Louisiana

Governor Fraser Speech
March 6th, 1959
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"Hello New Orleans, Louisiana and fellow Americans, listening this speech in person, over radio or over television. Today, I speak to you about a situation most dire. Our constitution and the values that it stands for, are under attack by domestic enemies. Domestic enemies who, using the means of mobs and street violence, lead by individuals that sour our congress with a presence that's been secured by the machinations of corrupts state governments manipulating the electoral process against the outlines of our constitution and suppressing the voices of political opposition of all colors, have worked to attack peacefully demonstrating citizens, who want nothing more than to see that our constitution is upheld, as it exists and was ratified by our states, rather than torn asunder by the corrupting doings of those who oppose our constitution and the republic of which stands for it.

While it is most obvious that the rights of protestors should be created with absolute respect, as a first amendments calls for, there comes a time when one must realize that specific individuals and ideas are under direct attack by conspiracies of evil, and special efforts must be taken to not only punish their implementation, but pre-emptively stop their occurrences in the first place. Such is the purpose of the so nicknamed 'double protection act' presented to our congress by my intelligent, independent and beautiful wife, Senator Sofia. This bill calls for the punishment of individuals who conspire to block or disrupt protests who's primary demands are the enforcement of the 14th amendment, the equal protection amendment, that ensures that laws re applied to all persons equally, by governments that have consistently failed to do so, in addition to providing specific security for such protests and punishing those in government and law enforcement who, while having the capacity to do so, refuse to provide it. The mechanics of punishment is one that treats these actions as as conspiracy against rights, as outlined in our criminal code, including the punishments associated with such. Additionally, in order to ensure that the Department of justice has the information and warning to act on this activity ahead of time, it also provides for the acceptance and prioritization of investigations of these activities as informed by these petitions.


In doing this, we will not only protect the first amendment rights of those who ae under coordinated attack across the country, but also help advance and protect the proper enforcement of the 14th amendment. Both noble goals, which I am sure the enemies of our constitution will work to oppose. Nonetheless, I ask citizens of all stripes, especially those running for the office, particularly the office of the presidency, to back this bill, so that it may pass through this congress even before a Fraser administration is given that chance to sign it!


Thank you New Orleans, Louisiana and fellow Americans, I ask again, support the Fraser Campaign!"

Broussard, wearing a coat, hat, and glasses, listens to the speech, standing in the third row. In the end, he clapped with the other minority of speech goers, not to get any unneeded attention. "Fraser is far too extreme and liberal, Jackson is the best choice." he said to himself as he turned around and walked to a payphone. "Operator, this is an anonymous political operative, I'd like you to connect me to the nearest campaign headquarters of General Jonathan Jackson, please," he said, as he waited for the phone to connect.
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Representative Douglas Speech
March 7th, 1959
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"Hello there Penn State, it's nice to be back. It's been years but it all still feels the same, the atmosphere here, the feeling here, just being here brought it all back. Three years working towards my Juris Degree, and while it may have been hard, it made me who I am today. These years along with my service in the Second World War taught me perseverance, to never give up in the face of hardship, to carry on, to accept challenges, and to dare the status quo. To fight for what's right, for what you believe in, it gave me the life lessons that I brought into the courtroom and into Congress. These are the life lessons you will learn here, it may be tough at times but I will be worth it in the end. That is the mindset that I bring into Congress, it is why I continue to fight even when the tide is against, even when it seems almost impossible. I hope that you will be of a similar mindset, that you bring that into the world, into whatever you do. You will only achieve what you wish for if try to achieve it, and even if you fail I think that you will feel better knowing that you at the very least tried. I caught up with some of my old professors, they've aged but they're the same still nonetheless. The lessons you shall take out of these years you will bring through your whole life. The memories that you make, the personality that you build, the skills that you earn, nobody will be able to take these from you, no matter how hard they try.

To be able to stand for what you believe is right, no matter the circumstances, no matter the backlash, that is the most courageous act to be able to do of all. You must be able to build your skillset, your values, your views, not to be coerced, or mislead, or forced. Many politicians will do anything to build their vision of the world, they want your vote, and they will do anything to get it. They build organizations to change or develop your views you must be able to say no to them, to be able to recognize when something is trying to change your views. Politicians must be representative of you think, you must make them representative of you, not the other way around. Youth involvement in politics is very important, and I urge you to look at what's going on, at what's happened, what politicians what to do to your country. This is your future that they will build, and you must have a say in how it is built and who is entrusted to build it. You must know what politicians stand and you must be able to make a decision on what and who you support. I want to make that process easier for you, I want to help provide the information directly to you. That is why I am launching 'Your Future' a newsletter on the ongoing of politics, the legislation being considered, what politicians are proposing and it will affect you. I hope this will help you understand politics and help you make a decision on who and what you support.

I hope this will help, and in a world of uncertainty, conflict, and division, I hope you the next generation can help build a world better than our current one. I hope you can build the life skills that I learned here, and that you can take it into the workforce and help make the world a better place. That you will be able to stand for what's right, and stand up to those trying to control you. You will sent out to achieve and help others even if it doesn't look favorable towards you. I hope you may have learned something from this speech, unlike in many others and that this newsletter can help you.

Thank you Penn State, I hope I can come back here again sometime soon, I wish you luck in your future endeavors, and I hope you all a good day."
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Dallas, Texas
Senator Sharp speech
March 7th, 1959

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"My lord, ain't Dallas purty! Now, If this ain't no texan welcome for a sonna dixie, then I don't know what constitutes such an honor! I feel like I am gittin' my tribute n' triumph! Why shouldn't I?! I held aloft my mighty voice and managed to slay the beast known as the civil rights enforcement act. I have stood up for the deep south against bullyin' by Fraser and their crew, by Douglas and his crew and even President Davis and his crew! I am the champion of the white man, and they know I am their champion. They had better damn well know anyhow...

Now, I did not just come down here just t' boar all y'all, that's what a good meanin' speech from President Davis does! Did y'all here that snoozer o' his state of the union? I think I fell asleep on occasion, but that's just because I'm not as young as I once was. I can no longer hold aloft a rifle n' shoot the shit outta a rampagin' negro. No, that's why the next 'ration's there 'fore! It's to ensure that the Caucasian race is supreme in the south. I will be damned if , in the next generation, the southern states are slaves to the racial radicals such as the fellers that made that mess inna 'siana n' new orleans! What's to say those commie negroes won't see their methods lead to desegregation n' they start marchin' inna Richmond, Tallahassee n' even my native Cedar Grove! If the dumb damned negro bastards git a hunded paces from my front porch, he'll meet the ol' belleau wood special if y'all know what I mean!

Yes, we shall blow every single one of the damned protestin' negroes to kingdom come if they wanna link arms n' try t' stop our tanks! If I'm elected President, tanks will see to it, crewed by good white genetlemen n' their sons t' ensure law n' order. We cannot have riots in these streets. We cannot allow to have turmoil in the southern confederac-uknitted states. Americans will not stand for radicals burnin' down local bissness n' terrorize their communities n' hurt their white wimmen. The african is a savage, that's why segregation ensures that both sides are apart. If they mix, this is the result, you got negroes killin' so many poor white babies n' the incident when a white man stubs the toe of some darkie Negro by accident. That's what was in nawlins, it is the first instance, it's the calm before the storm.

If y'all decide to go headlong for Davis n' back Jack or lord forbid the Frasers, then you shall reap the whirlwinds in the south! I am the only candidate that shall ensure a new antebellum age within the Southern United States! While I do not go as far as some on the right and argue for succession, as I am a firm, proud American, I am also a damn proud Mississippian, who will not stand idly by as state's rights are trampled thanks to an encorachin' federal gubment! Many candidates on both sides are all talk, I am a man of action. I can point t' my actions in filibusterin' illegal encroachment o' gubment over the humble white Mississippian, Alabaman n' Louisianan. I fought to defend the south from liberal-commie even, agitators.

I am defendin' the constitution, just a certain 'terperation o' it. It's the 'terpreation that says the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments are full of shit. That's the kind I shall seek to push in the Senate. We do not need such radical amendments. Every good, god fearin' white man ought to have at least twenty negro slaves! That I say in jest. But the idea's appealin', It might even drop the unemployment rate for the negro race, and all it would cost was a buncha silly 'constitutional rights'. The negro man don't got no rights! If the white man gave them liberty and freed them from bondage, I'mma say now we can just as easily take it back with the stroke o' a pen or the hammer o' a gavel! I am in the mold of Senator John Williams, a proud resident o' Cedar Grove and a damn good politikan if I do say so myself!

I shall ensure the white man, the poor man and the rich man are all brought under one good roof. I shall ensure and seek to ensure the purity of this country. I shall simplify the tax system, bolster our national defense, lower taxes for poor fellers like yerself among my many, many campaign promises that shall be compromises. While I promise y'all everythin' 'cludin' thems kitchen ss-sink, I'll have to remind all y'all that I am just one man. If I git in the white house, I shall have to work wit thems idjits inna Congress. Which is why down-ballot races are also key. I want a full gubment trifecta. If us Democrats can keep the Senate and House, it won't matter who's the president, though I'd like it to be me, of course!

However, I shall make no promises on my overall goals if I do not end up as the nominee of the Democratic Party. It's still a lotta t' thinks 'bouts, honest wit' all y'alls. It's a hard-ass decision for a hard-ass senator, so I think I won't have much 'fficulty inna comin' t' a 'cision on that there's issues. So long as it ain't no radical racial, miscegenationist married negro, I don't think we'll have much t' worry 'bout. Huey, now Huey seems like an acceptable presidential candidate, so long as Earl's still absent from the political battlefield, it just means more rallies for me, and cheap bottles o' coke n' fresh doughnuts for the rest o' y'all, so it ain't all bad, now ain't it? Y'all gits hot fresh doughnuts n' I gits to speeks clearies to all y'alls 'bout how Davis is the fuckin' devil. It's a win-win for all o' America!

As I am defendin' the constitution, there are those that seek to ruin such a cherished document. I have no qualms in callin' them out by name, Representative Doug, Senator Frasher n' her hot husband o' his-hers, even Senator Earl! Earl wants to push onto you, the american tax payer, the largest tax increase in modern memory. He shall try to tack on an equity tax. We do not need more taxation, stealin poor farmers hard earned cash. Instead, all hard-workin' americans need a tax break. That is what a Sharp administration shall have top priority on. Lower taxes will mean more cash in your pocket, stimulatin' thems 'conomeys n' shit like that. Y'all know how it works by now. Y'all had better, lest I talk to a-buncha idjits like all y'alls! Thank y'all Dallas, you're my kind of slack-jawed locals and people o' the dirt poor farmer! The Deep south knows her champion, and I shall seek a divorce to be driven to the white house thanks to y'alls backs!

God bless every single on o' y'alls, n' good nights!"
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Norfolk, Virginia

Governor Fraser Speech
March 9th, 1959
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"Hello Norfolk, Virginia and fellow Americans, listening this speech in person, over radio or over television. Today, however, I speak in more general terms to whole of the south, in a way Imagine you might never have, if rarely ever, heard a yank speak of it. Through this still very young campaign, I have had the opportunity, the privilege, to see all sorts of types of people in these southern states, from Jackson to Orlando, from Raleigh to the New Orleans. This is the part, where many a politician would give you a flowery speech, full of Purple prose and anecdotes. I won't. I will be very precisely is what I say here and listen closely when I say it. During the so-termed, Reconstruction period of this country, that followed the end of our war between brothers, the North of this country, ended up, despite many a great intention, did a disservice to the south. I do not only, mean, as might assume, that we neglected to secure the rights of Blacks. Nor do I mean in a round about way that we also in doing that failed the poor whites of the south. But that the North specifically failed the south, as a whole, in the economic sense, largely as a result of economic policy that was pursued by northern finance and professionals through a mix of sometimes good, sometimes selfish, intent. During the long depression that stemmed form the Panic of 1873 and onward, The United States pursued a policy of that had the effect of being a form of monetary bondage, that starved people of all regions but particularly the south, which had faced the damage of military campaigns more than anyone else, of the credit that was needed for investment in employment and productivity. As a result, the south, lagged behind the rest of the country through no fault of it's own, until today where it is definitely been made less well off than the northern parts of the union.

This was to noone's benefit in the end, rather than it being the result of purposeful conspiracy, it was the result of timidity on the part of northern merchants and industrialists in bucking economic orthodoxy while the world changed under their feet. But blame or no blame, this was a misdeed, that requires rectification, not only on behalf of the south, but for the soul of this country. I picked this state, this venue and this day for a particular reason, connected to the contents of the speech so far and to what is to come. Today, way back in 1862, during the civil war, was the conclusion of the Battle of Hampton Roads. It was the first battle of ironclad steam ships in history, between the USS Monitor and CSS Virginia. There, the height of American ingenuity, both North and South clashed. Though It concluded indecisively, it's effect on the future of naval technology and militaries around the world was decisive, for the largest navy of the time, the British navy, ended the construction of further wooden ships. Even during a war between brothers, American ingenuity and industry lead the world and the south showed it's own technological adaptivity.

So In honor of that struggle and in recognition of all that I've said before, I propose a new protect to benefit the south and america as a whole, to clad our union in iron and progress and rectify the economic ills of recosntruction period. I call it Ironclad Construction. The center piece of this, will be a recognition of the great benefits that have been brought by the existence of the Tennessee Valley Authority, the affordable energy it's brought, the improvements to agriculture, the development of industry and apply those now, to the whole of the south. While the exact form must be decided upon in consultation with the people of the south, I can assure you that it'll be a project that'll apply the form and function of the TVA to southern USA, whether by expanding and reforming the TVA, or currenting new organizations directly comparable to it.

To those who criticize the effectiveness of this plan, I ask that they clarify why the benefits of the TVA should not be made available to the south as a whole and if they dispute those benefits, explain how it is they intend to do away with TVA, as clearly they'd be operating under the assumption that the TVA is in of it's self a bad idea. I doubt the people of Tennessee or the south as a whole has much time for such positions, but for the sake of ensuring that opposition to this element of my developing Ironclad Construction plan is routed in sincere political belief rather than corrupt obstructionism, I ask that they explain their views. In any case, this is simply the first feature of this campaign's Ironclad Construction plan, that will work specifically to improve the circumstances of the south, not through pity and charity, but the investment in providing an opportunity for the south to thrive, and return with interest the cost of the potential destroyed by decades of unfair economic impositions of the south, even as we fearlessly ensure obedience to the constitution in the rights it provides all regardless of race, color or creed.


Thank you Norfolk, Virginia and fellow Americans, I ask again, support the Fraser Campaign!"
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Senator Boone Resumes Campaign in Indiana
Delivered Live in Lafayette, Indiana

"My fellow Americans, thank you for welcoming me here to the Star City today! It’s wonderful to be back on the trail again, wouldn’t y’all agree?”

"I have said this since the very beginning of my campaign: this country needs a bold plan to reinvigorate our economy and our military, or else we may very well fall behind. I know that this may sound startlin’ to many of you. It is. The accomplishments achieved by our Democratic presidents during wartime are at a greater risk than they ever have been before. President Davis’s monetary policy has been by no means a prelude to prosperity or growth. Despite their best intent, the Republican Party have done very little except for contributing to our economy last year's aptly named Davis Recession. In other words, the legacies of Roosevelt and (not Truman) are on the chopping block. The current Republican candidates and a singular senile Democrat who I will not name who seek to succeed President Davis next November are thoroughly committed to halting and eventually eroding the great economic progress began during the Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The promises and programs of the Roosevelt and (not-Truman) administrations currently languish, unfulfilled and dormant. The result of another four years of a Republican presidency would be the suffering of our farmers and laborers, the decay of our public works, and the waning of our defense and technology sectors in the face of waxing Soviet power. Let me remind you all of the reign of the do-nothing Republican Herbert Hoover, who let the country nearly drown in the depression. The Great Depression created not only unemployment, but a dramatic downturn in the economy, exacerbating unemployment, food and commodity inflation, and also debilitation of the foundations of democratic stability. The man who presided over the rebuilding of this economy, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, ran for the common citizen. I too will be the President of all the people of this country, rich and poor, young and old, Republican and Democrat, men and women, young and old, the old and young. The forgotten man, the forgotten woman will have my ear as they the citizens sit on my executive committee. When I go to the White House, I want a fair press that will write truthfully. I want freedom of speech and freedom of the press for all of the media that will support this beautiful nation. I am also going to work hard and do all that I can to earn the confidence and vote of every American, regardless of political affiliation. This can be done. Time is running short on the terms of old rabble rousers. It’s time for America to look towards healing and look towards progress.

“I can assure you that no other candidate knows your struggles as well as I do. I was born in a destitute log cabin on the outskirts of Raleigh. I earned my law degree by night, sweeping streets and delivering papers by day. I spent a decade of my youth as a Justice of the Peace, dealing with the most intimate problems of the impoverished and indigent. I understand the issues which face every-day Americans better than any silver-spoon politician. F.D.R. set the standard I will emulate. Unity, not division; progress, not stagnation. As President, I will cut every American the Best Deal our nation can offer. And it starts now.”

“Under my administration, Roosevelt's proposed Second Bill of Rights will become a reality— unemployment, exploitation, monopolies, and homelessness, will all become things of the past. I will expand the public workforce to quash unemployment. Every American should be fairly compensated for a hard day's work, so I will extend our minimum wage laws to guarantee every worker fair pay. I believe our farmers have the right to earn a living from their land, so I will vivify the Food Stamp Program and the Rural Electrification Administration, and establish new bureaus to uplift the quality of life in rural America. I will work hard to enact robust anti-trust laws and fight even harder to pass an amendment that would allow Congress to place taxes on personal fortunes exceeding $1 million to prevent the inequitable hoarding of wealth by a shadowy few.”

"Finally, under my administration, our military will be made safer and more lethal, and our defense contractors will return to making investments in research and development to make our military the most technologically capable force on the planet. These kinds of investments and emphasis on reinvigorating the defense industry will put us on a track to win the war in Vietnam and to firmly answer Communistic aggression at every turn! This is a promise which Senator Lahde nor Senator Sharp can make. As your President, I shall give no quarter to those who attempt to subvert and undermine our republic from within, and I will take the communist threat more seriously than any other president has in the history of this great country!”

"It is now that I ask your support, America. My candidacy is not merely a political campaign. It is a call to arms. Our democracy threatens to implode, while Soviet Russia licks its lips. I bid you take up arms with me, now, and rally the nation against the Communist threat. Elect me, Senator Earl Boone, as your President, and together we shall see that America remain the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave, forever.”

"God bless y’all, and goodnight."
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Senator Sharp campaigns in Kentucky
Delivered before a captive audience in Somerset
March 10, 1959




"Hi-Hi-Hi-Howdy-doo do all y'all do? Y'all must knows my names by now. Anyone, raise o' hands, not know who I am? One? Alright then, I'll have to speak slowly n' clearlees for the village idjit! I am Senator Joshua Sharp. I am runnin' for President as a Democrat.

Now that thems formaleetees is a shot quicker than some negro in my native southern homeland o' 'ssippii, I just wanted to talk. Talk 'bout what? Oh, a whole slew o' issues n' what have all y'all that'll be on your mind at least a lil' when y'all vote in the Democratic Primary. I shall talk of my policies. Now, many o' y'all in the audience musta be a scratchin' yer noggins as to why listen to a senile old democrat, as the majority whip lampoons this gentlemen of dixie. I'll give y'all one good reason. I'm old. I am old and wise beyond my years. Do I ramble on 'cassion? Oh hell yes. If your grandpa don't ramble on 'bout 'least one ol'tinny story,then you're grand-pa sucks!

I have been runnin' on two main issues. Now I'm damn well aware that y'all need more than two tricks on a pony or even a pontiac in order to be taken seriously politikaly-wise, but It is emblemnatic of my political life inna 'ssippii. My mission from god himself has been to keep cotton prices up and the negroe down! For that, I take inspiration, if not homage to a fat-assed Soul 'Linan 'litican called Ellison Durant Smith. Now, Smith was a fat-ass, and I am skinny. There's nothin' wrong to bein' 'big-boned' as it were, but the man ought t'have exercised a lil' bit more. Now, if any o' y'all are wonderin' how I have been doin' inna keepin' the negro race down, a race which is so dirty, slimey and untrusting that they deliberately ran themselves over and jumped infronta those cars inna 'nawlins. A damn tragedy down there it was boy! It's not paintin' us defenders o' the southern way o' life inna the best light now it is-is it? No!


As much as my opponents seek to tie me to a rampant anti-new deal, anti-roosevelt policy, platforms and ideas that those braniacs inna their focus groups n' political dumbasses are just jockeyin' t' take down this old man. I make a clear difference with respect to President Roosevelt. I supported Roosevelt throughout Worl' War Two. I should know as a poor grunt that fought inna trench n' at belleau wood inna' Worl' War Wan. I saw things that no man, no woman n' certainly no chillen ought to do. I've done things there that still keep me up at night inna Cedar Grove. I was a cheerleader for the damned cripple! I 'member bein' privy to committee meetins, meetin's that when we left those rooms we understood that the weight of the free world was on our shoulders. As much as every man n' wimmen was a fightin' on the front or at home, I was wagin' a political one. I was ensurin' that supply lines, supply chains were kept up to date. I also had to deal with comfortin' the less fortunate. I don't mean no damned negro mind all y'all, I meant the poor widows n' grannies n' fathers n' mothers that lost boys. It was one of the hardest parts of bein' a representative, to divide time between yer office n' yer constituents is a balance I'm still workin' on anyhow.

What I did not support, was the New Deal. A New Deal that exacerbated our financial woes n' lead to even more unemployment n' 'pression n' what have all y'alls! It was a New Deal that lead to more hungry mothers, a New Deal that lead to even more poverty n' crime in this fair land, and it was a New Deal which jacked up an unprecendented federal expansion into the lives o' every day americans. Y'all had the WPA, CWA, and TVA, all forms of gub'ment lipstick labled 'federalism' onto a fat ass pig. W'all know what that pigs is named, socialism! Older americans can be better served on their own, with minimal assistance from the federal gubment. That is what the family order, a sacred bond of parents takin' care o' their grandpappies till' their death, was disturbed as wimmen went off to gits a fancy schmancy J-O-B! Wimmen don't need no job, if a man can't provide for his family he ought to just be called a womman n' left to cook n' clean instead o' bein' the breadwinner for the family!

Now, we've got Boone here, the Senator from Tennassee-Nor'Carolina general area n' callin' for the largest amount o' gubment over-reach since that horrible, no good new deal. The man has good intentions, I will give him that benifit. He wishes to have an end to the aptly named 'Davis Recession' which has hurt many a common fellers like all o' y'alls. He wants to give every damn one o' y'all money n' checks n' welfare n' shit like that. I'm a lil' different, I'll give the poor tax breaks, not cut them damn checks. The poor don't need handouts. Farmers like myself don't need no handouts, they just need Uncle Sam to back off from breathin' down their necks to 'bout a safe arms-length away. Enough to intervene when god-almightly smites the dumb bastard for buildin' his farm inna floodzone, but not so much that the farmers become lazy, no good commie bastards.

That's what Earl is proposing. What he calls a "best deal" is obviously bullshit. He's full of shit. A dumbass with respect to basic 'rithmetic n' what have all y'all! Now math's my own worst enemy, so I don't blame the man for hatin' numbers. He shall languish the good fileds of this country. Millions of acres of farmland will turn idle n' to worthlessness. What this Senator is proposing is commienism, socialism and any kind o' 'isim that's no good! The man is clearly a pyromaniac. Why else would he propose the solution to a burnin' buildin' which is this economy under the incompetent management of President Davis, is to dump more fire onto the buildin. We don't need to fight fire wit fire, try to spend and tax our way outta our problems, we need water to put the damn fire out! We need a buncha fir-men.

That is what I am! Fireman Sharp! Instead of having the government involed in every, minute detail of your lives, why not have some breathin' room? Why not have a breathin' home! A man is the king of his castle, and he sure as hell don't need no damn burecraut tellin' him what he's doin' wrong n' how much he owes the tax man just fer tellin' him that! Taxes will be lowered in a Sharp Administration. The poor will be in a much better position once I am elected President. The poor have been my frens, along with thems rich fellers too! Nothin' wrong there, ain't it? The rich are gittin' lower taxes, the poor are gittin' lower taxes, so where in the hell do y'all make it up? Just raise enough on the middle class to make up some sort o' difference. If that's not enough for our budget to be balanced, then we shall raise revenue in other ways, from tariffs to bleeding america's middle class dry. They shall be turned into poor and be blessed with lower tax rates.

Now, I am as big of a defender of the constitution as the next red-blooded american, and if it's an ok document, why change it? That's why I voted against statehood of D.C, why I was so vocal in my opposition to ratifying the amendment, and why I was so vocal against statehood of Alaska, for example. We don't not need none o' that bullshits now do wes? Wes dont's! No siree barbie, whoever the hell that is. That is why I am vehemently, violently and defiantly against the equity tax amendment that Senator Earl Boone proposed and I voted against.

It's because we've got the estate tax. Now that, that tax is a good, god fearin' tax that makes sure the dumb son of a bitch who tries to cheat his way to the top is rightfully punished for such line-jumpin' schenanagins! We've god a very good tax that's very 'fficent at what he does. I am currently workin' onna 'slation that'll increase that good tax. I shall also ask all y'all to write to yer senator n' what have all y'all to git 'em onna my side. If we can firmly shout 'gainst Earl that this here 'equity tax' is firmly, decisively squashed, then we can make a better 'murica. One that's not as fair, but still reeks of fairness with the estate tax. No-one wants to see someone jump the line n' git a silver spoon when the dumb son of a bitch didn't earn a single damn penny o' his pappies dead fortune. No one shall marry into old money n' have most of it. I shall ensure and fight to the last breath to see the estate tax levels preserved or raised even higher than their current records n' levels n' what have all y'all!

'member fellers n' wimmens, n' chillens, smaller gubment is the best form o' gubment. Think to all y'all's selfs, do y'all wanna have high taxes n' more regulation on yer local bissness, stifilin' economic development as 'commie boone' turns america into the next soviet union or god forbid mexico, or do all y'all wanna have lower taxes, happier lives n' fuller tummies thanks to Sharpcare n' the shit tons o' pop I'll be orderin? To me, the choice is crystal, less government is better government. Bigger government is badder government. Thank all y'all Somerset, y'all been too kind to an ol' geezer likes myselves!"
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March 9th, 1959
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"Hello New Haven, and what what a wonderful city you are. I toured around the city earlier today, and you're nice people, I thank you for the hospitality. It's a shame that this city has fallen upon tough times, like so many other cities you have left behind by large industrial corporations. This rapid industrial decline has left many of you unemployed, good people, hard working people left unemployed through no fault of their own. The fact is you've outlived your usefulness to them, the large industrial corporations don't need you anymore, they've moved elsewhere to find cheap labor in third world countries or they've used all the resources they could find. Some politicians want to reward these big businesses, or say that we should in the footsteps of these third world countries without strong governments or regulations making labor cheap and practically enslaving the less well off. They want to punish the poor and reward the rich, this is the mindset of many republicans such as Jonathan Jackson, he wants to give tax breaks to large corporations for "employing" more people, but he also wants to get rid of the minimum wage. It's almost as if he's asking these large corporations take advantage of the poor, of the unemployed, of the less well off and enslave having corporations pay them little to nothing, and he will reward them for doing so.

That is a America of Jonathan Jackson, a military general who doesn't know much else. He knows how to crush enemies, not how make allies. He suppressed political dissidents in Japan who dared to object to his policies. Freedom of speech and freedom of press will be restricted under his watch, and the cold war may very well go nuclear. Jackson wants to essentially brain wash our children, we've seen it with his so called youth program. He advocates for instilling moral values into our children, but we all know what that means, we've seen in dictatorships across the world. He has no regard for the division of church and state engrained in the constitution. He wants to get rid of what he sees as pesky regulations, regulations that protect the American people and stand in the way of his political goals, and punish his allies.

At least others such as Senator Josh Sharp of Mississippi are more forward and honest about their goals. He actively reminisces about the Antebellum Era, slavery, child labor, he admits he hates the poor. He lives on a plantation, where as we know slaves were kept and worked. He threatens to reverse all the progress we have achieved, the progress that has gotten us to what we have today, and the technological advances we have today. Senator Sharp wants to dial back the clock to the antebellum era, how will we compete with the Soviet Union as they continue the development of weapons while we are trying to dial back the clock to an era of slavery and division. We must invest more in our military, in science and development, we must be united in the face of this threat. But we also must provide good progressive ideas, we must tend to our people, this a war unlike anything we have seen before, a war of ideas, in order to the people and world on our side we must provide and we must show we have the best ideas. Senator Sharp wants to put children, CHILDREN, in conditions adults can't even manage. We need to protect our children not put them in danger, we need to protect them from people like Senator Josh Sharp. We saw the images of children in those coal mines, they were dying in there, we shouldn't send them back in there. Think of your children, think of your grandchildren, do you want them to die in coal mines to benefit the few, the rich, the powerful like Senator Josh Sharp. Reject these ideas, vote against Senator Sharp in the Democratic Primary, tell your state representatives to ratify the Child Labor Amendment.

Now Senator Sharp says that I seek to ruin the constitution, he says he is the one defending the constitution, in the same speech he says to blatantly disregard the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. The amendments that abolish slavery, ensure equal protection, and grants everyone the right to vote. Senator Sharps seems to think that not following the constitution is defending it. I'm sorry to break to him, but it's the oppose, you first need to follow the constitution before you are able to defend it. We must ensure that the constitution and all of it's amendments are put into force in all states of this great union.

Now forgive me as I talk about the governance of your neighbor. The Governor of New York, Tom Fraser, who is he? Well he's running for President, but has he done as Governor of New York? Well I don't think he was governor for even a month before he declared his run for President. He didn't do much as Governor and now he's abandoned them, you should at least get some work done before moving on to another job. The truth is though Fraser never cared for the job as it seems, he just saw it as a stepping stone to his next office. He doesn't care to govern, to unite, he only cares to campaign, to divide. What does it mean to run for office, if you don't want to do anything in the office? He has shown he does not govern, he does not want work for the people, maybe he thinks he can give more to his allies in he's higher office. I know this though, we cannot trust and elect Tom Fraser to the presidency.

Governor Fraser grew up in the upper class, he got jobs because of his family's connections. He doesn't know your struggle, the struggle of the average American trying to make end's meet. He was an executive at U.S. Steel an industrial corporation, which has its similarities with the industrial corporations that have abandoned this city. Like General Jackson and many others in the Republican Party he wants to reward big business we see this in his wife's FREE Act. And while I support the minimum income aspect of the bill that will support the unemployed such as many people in your city. I cannot support the other aspects of this bill such as getting rid of the minimum wage that has provided people with a steady income. As I said earlier this will allow corporation enslave workers paying them little to nothing, as well as removing the cap on weekly hours, that will really allow corporation to enslave people. These protections and regulations are in place for a reason, that is to protect people. The PROGRESS Act tabled by Senator Fraser by contrast will help the American people, beginning infrastructure programs creating jobs like it did in the New Deal, raising the minimum giving workers more money. This PROGRESS Act is a bill that will bring progress to America and I urge my colleagues in the Senate to pass this bill. Republicans like Governor Fraser and General Jackson, as well as one particular democrat, they don't work for you, they work for large corporations. It is Democrats like Senator Lahde, Senator Boone, and Senator Oswald of the state up north, these are the politicians working for you.

So I remind you to Vote Democrat in the next election, vote for the party of the Common Man. Thank You and God Bless You, New Haven."
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March 10, 1959

"Oh! Hi y'all inna Louis! I'm quite-I'm quite-shut-shut the fuck up all y'all will y'all's?! Please, pretty please. Finally! Thank y'all muchly for such a warm welcome from one o' 'ssippii's finest. This is comin' from the grandpappie o' the confedera-I mean the south. I sure do appreciate the nice cheers and pleasent smiles I sees on all y'alls faces n' what have all y'all! It really touches my heart the same way some j-nevermind. That's a joke from last century, not many would git it anyways..

Since Bill didit inna his speech inna connect it cutt, I'll go ahead n' slap every one o' the major candidates runnin' fer president. On both sides mind all y'all.

General Jackson, as much as I admire the man, he's wrong on domestic n' foreign policy. When you come from a military background to a civilian one, it's a damn hard transition. I should know first hand when I got outta a trench, I wondered throughout this beautiful country, I even had a chance encounter wit yer local mailman and a bottle o' kentucky! That was a Thursday night I won't forget inna long-while. A really fucked-up Thursday night, but somethin' t' do. Now, where was I... right, Jack! Now, General 'Jack Jack' will be sittin' inna the oval office n' goin' like this: Nobody's followin' orders. Y'all cannot simply command congress. Reminds me o' Dewey, George Dewey from



Now, I must address the asshole disguised as a bag o' 'sippii onions. That's Bill o' Minnesota. I wasn't aware he was runnin' fer president! I think the man would be better served in his home district, rather than slandering the good southern name of a good southern boy such as myself! If Bill spent as much time representin' his folks back home as he does attackin' me n' every other candidate under the sun, he wouldn't have to worry 'bout no right-wing, left-wing challenger to his house seat! I'll let it be known now, that any good son of a bitch that wants to primary or even generally challenge Bill for his house seat next year, just give my office a call and we'll work to gittin' rid o' that man for the good of the people of Minnesota, people whom Bill don't give two shits 'bout anyhow!

Now, as for Bill sayin I wanna git rid o' some 'mendments to the 'stitution, mendments mind y'all that were forced upon the south when she didn't have a say in the manner. mendments that were forced down the throats of southern belles, helped by blue belly yanks n' no good carpetbaggin' yankee bastards. Any amendment to the constitution held at gunpoint is no amendment I wish to follow. This means the 13th, 14th n' 15th Amendments, which I will introduce legislation eventually to see to it that those bills, designed by vengful republicans that had just won the war, implemented without a single southern vote mind all y'all if the textbooks are right, are firmly defeated and thrown in the garbadge with new amendments to the constitution. If this nation truely was fair, we'd inflict the same kind o' segregationist systems onto the cities o' new york n' illinois n' even detroit.

Then they shall see the chaotic hell that will encur once the radicals such as Davis n' Bill who are runnin' a ship o' fools back inna washin-tinn. Miscegenation is a crime I'll have y'all know. If Bill wants to force upon negro men n' wimmen onto the good white folks of the soouth-south, then that damn bastard has another thing comin. My friends in the Klan will see to it that the next time Bill's tour n' campagain bus rolls down inna 'ssippii, they'll "lose some tires" if y'all know what I mean! Hell, if Huey knows a thing or two, those Bill campaign staff members will lose a helluva lot more than their lunch! They're gonna lose their lives! Ain't vio-leence a beautiful thing my chillens? Damn straight!

Do I back chillen inna labor? Yes! I don't give a snowball inna hell how much all y'all push 'gainst this ol' geezer t' change his mind. I firmly am of an old-fashioned mindset. Back in my day, we had chillen's doin' manual labor for, atmiddildly poor pay. That's somethin' that's still changed. The Chillen's can git a bit more than what I would've gotten paintin' fences for a nickle for each section painted. Though we ain't gonna put no junior down in the coal mines inna west 'ginia, even I'm not that heartless. I see the issue from an economic perspective. If our unemployment rate among the states n' nationally is high, then I'm simply offerin' 'gesstions as to git our head outta our ass.

Not very hard to not grasp now is-it? Nope! It gits the chillen away from burnin' shit down or spray-paintin' trains or endin' up inna jail. I don't want no chillen to be jailed, I want them to be hard-working americans. If they work hard inna life, then they can git the not-quite-as-shit-house that their parent's grew up in. This is the difference between me and Bill o' Minnesota. He's a lazy asshole. I have worked hard my entire life. I don't see Bill shovelin' no snow, do any o' y'alls? Damn shame! Also, these chillens won't have to pay much more inna taxes, given that they will remain poor throughout their lifes, the bissness that employ them won't have to pay much inna taxes neither! It's a win for the general market 'conomy, a win for the chillens and a win for this nation! I am the only thing standing between anarchy in the streets and prosperity for many a' americans. I am the only thing standing between you n' commienism in the form of those civil rights adjitators, even the ones who were so suicidal that they leapt infronta those cars that accidenatlly hit 'em!


'Member folks n' fellrs n' chillens, y'all best git on the horn n' raise hell with your local representative, tell him that y'all are concerned that yer chillens will be outta work. No good child shall be unemployed in a Sharp administration. Tell yer local fellers to vote against ratification o' the child labor amendment. I don't not wannna see yer families in trouble, which is why the state gubment will step in to help all y'alls. The good fellers in Frank-fuck what was your capital? Uh..Frankfort, yeah I was right. The good fellers n' yer gubner in frankfurt will see to it that all y'all are taken care of good n' proper now. If the gubner needs to ask the fellers in Nashville, Tennessee or some politikan friends o' theirs inna Saint Louey, Missourah, then I'm sure the good christian, god fearin' fellers will do everytin' in their power t' help all y'alls. Y'all cannot rely on the federal gubment to help all y'alls. Y'all can rely on the state gubment or yer neighbors. Y'all can always rely on me, however. I might as well be your goddamned neighbor! The nice, pleasent smilin' ol' man inna the Senate who sips lemonade on the porch while tellin' stories to the chillens when they is on break from workin' hard inna the mines. Those were the good old days, I intend to bring back that age of nostalgica and child labor law violations. Only they will not be violations if we change the laws inna Congress, now will they?


'Member fellers, White Rights? He Fights! Oh, a hearty thank and y'all Louey-ville, y'all have been gracious hosts to this ol' geezer in the suit. 'member t' vote for my ass inna the Democratic Primary! Joshua Sharp's the poor man's pal, an t' rich fellers too!"
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Charleston, West Virginia

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March 10th, 1959
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"Hello Charleston, West Virginia and fellow Americans, listening to this speech in person, over radio or over television. As a candidate in the Republican Presidential campaign, I wish to speak of you to explain how a Fraser administration would aid in the progression of industry and progress, that West Virginia, in it's production of coal and steel, has long been at the center of. But first, without naming names, I wish to criticize the ridiculous arguments of a few small minded men that are running for president through the democratic ticket, though I am not so partisan enough to ignore that we on the republican side have our own small minded men. There are those who make promises of change or more change, insisting that the republicans haven't delivered positive change and that given that chance, the democrats would some how do more. The Democrats had 14 years of a congressional majority, and 16 straight years in the presidency. All the creative energy behind the New Deal they trumpeted has been exhausted, they did all they could imagine to do, as they could do all that they imagined. Unlike some in both parties, I will admit that It did more good that it did bad. However it is something to be surpassed, not something to be patched up, for doing so risks causing more long term issues through it's flaws. That is why, I support the FREE Act, to ensure a living income for all those who work and pursue work, rather than depend on an arbitrary minimum wage, which is disproportionately paid for by small businesses, low and middle income consumers, rural America and the unemployed, or corporate tax subsidies that shovel money directly into the hands of the already wealthy while plundering small businesses of workers and lowering productivity. It's why I propose reinforcing and reforming social security, by guaranteeing and adjusting with inflation existing payments, removing the caps on FICA and SECA contributions to ensure that the well off pay more into it, creating a Federal Permanent Fund that said contributions pay into, which will put the dollars to work by investing flat amount into the equity of all publicly traded companies, which will allow the fund to be capitalized by dividend payments.

It's why the Fraser Campaign has proposed a national employee benefits program, focused on health care and workplaces injury insurance, to ensure all business, big and small, can be competitive in hiring and maintaining employees when they can not provide comparable programs on their own. It's why the Fraser Campaign supports the FORTIFY Act, to expand access to childcare for working women, increasing our economic and military capacity in our fight against communism. That is only a few of the proposals and aims associated with the Fraser Campaign, that looks to surpass the New Deal by building on it's strengths and cutting out it's weaknesses.

But that is not all that I wish to talk about and those proposals, though they will benefit west Virginia, are not directly relevant to the greatest industries of this state, coal and steel. For that, I must speak more of what a Fraser Administration will fight for in the realm of infrastructure. Firstly, I have recently released the first part of what I call Ironclad Construction, an effort to ensure that the South's economic potential unfortunately armed by federal neglect, is brought up to where it ought to be. The signature means by which this is to be accomplished, is by the expansion of the Tennessee Valley Authority model, across the full breadth of the southern united states, including means why which additional states may participate. This will lead to a building spree across an entire region of America, and that steel will need coal to forge, directly benefitting this state, not through a handout, but through creating the opportunity for the playing of an integral role in the continued economic development not only of the south, but in connection, the whole of these united states.

But the opportunities for increase demand for coal and steel under a Fraser Administration do not stop there. A Fraser administration will pursue an aggressive plan to increase rail usage at all levers and of both the passenger and rate variety. The Interstate Commerce Commission's regulation of rail, for example, while generally well meaning, has often served as a burden to the railroad industry, that has seen the transition to freight by road in circumstances where it is simply inefficient. The new Interstate highway system being built is something to be proud of, proud of the the extent that we want to see it's preservation, not brought to ruination due to the over deployment of trucks on roads when goods would better be delivered by rail. These United States are a national railroad plan, with national coordination and investment, which has the added benefit of creating more in the coal and steel industry and increasing the profits of steel and coal business the leverage of workers looking for better wages and the businesses and worker's who's income is attached to them. Speaking of business large and small, a Fraser Administration will fight to replace our existing corporate tax system with one that brings complete relief to non-publicly trade businesses and transition to a means of revenue from publicly traded corporations that ensures the state and it's revenue swims with, the strengthening of the economy by replacing the corporate tax with a share levy. Further more on the issue of tax reform, a Fraser administration will undertake efforts to encourage states to phase out sales taxes, which disproportionately hit low and middle income individuals.

Further more on tax reform, I can announce ahead of time, that the Fraser Campaign will soon be releasing it's plan on the simplification of the tax code, particular the income tax, who's system of marginal taxation is needlessly complex and obstructs the real percentages that are paid for by individuals. All in all, the Fraser Campaign for a Fraser Administration, seeks to engage in bold progressive action, that promotes a light touch on the powerful engine of the market and free enterprise, while protecting individuals from negative consequences beyond their control and improving institutions so individuals may be more productive in the free market.

Thank you Charleston, West Virginia and fellow Americans, I ask again, support the Fraser Campaign!"
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GOVERNOR STOLTZMAN DELIVERS ON SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PROMISE WITH NEW SERIES OF LAWS
March 11th, 1959

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LA TIMES — Governor Thomas Stoltzman on Wednesday signed off on a slew of bills from the California State Legislature in a move which will affect labor, agriculture, education, and bring to fruition the long awaited State Water Project which he has spoken of and planned since his first gubernatorial term. These laws aim to address several of the state’s major problems and signal commitment to the promises he made to state residents in his second inaugural address this January, what he referred to then as the "Southern California Promise".

One law allocates state funds toward extensive control programs against Kharpa beetles and Mexican Fruit flies which threaten the citrus and deciduous fruit industry. Another law makes provisions for anticipated enrollment increases at schools, and for a
construction program to provide more classrooms and other facilities needed for even still greater enrollments. This is especially relevant to Los Angeles, where facilities haven’t kept pace with population growth for several years.

In a statement shortly after the passage of these laws, Stoltzman wrote, "In California, the explosive growth of our population and economy strains the fabric of government. We must accept both the perils and the promise of this magnificent growth. We cannot afford to be unresponsive and inert. In passing these four bills into law, I honor my pledge of confident, pioneering leadership, with readiness to welcome our state’s growth, pursue its promise, and prepare for tomorrow."

"Today, let us turn our eyes to the future -- toward tomorrow. Toward the world that we wish to build for our children. A world governed by a healthy balance of progress and common sense, where institutions move and adapt with the times, and where all Americans are supported in pursuing their lives and careers," Stoltzman said. "Last November, a free people called for the continuation of our new vision for California. Today, we continued the solemn duty and high privilege of translating that vision into public policy and into law."

Perhaps most important in this group of laws is the establishment of the California State Water Project to deliver water for homes, treatment plants, industries, services and energy across the state, but particularly for arid Southern California. The current water resources are currently proving insufficient for the growth of the region’s population, urban areas and industries. The project also aims to control and mitigate flooding as part of the state’s continuing actions to prevent catastrophic natural events in the aftermath of the infamous Northern California floods of 1955 which killed 37. Wednesday’s move also fulfills Stoltzman’s campaign pledge to use the California Department of Water Resources which he created in 1956 to oversee the conceptualized water management project.
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To: All conservative political figures generally, from both parties.
From: Senator Frank Turner of Mississippi

Dear [name],

I write to you today in the hopes of achieving perhaps the greatest political project in the United States of America ever since the New Deal. As the machinations of both liberal Democrats and liberal Republicans have shown, the American order is under threat from iconoclasts and anarchists who seek to undermine our social order and destroy any semblance of the foundations on which the Founding Fathers built this nation.

As you are most likely aware, I have run under the White People's Party in Mississippi for the past 12 years. In that time, I have received a great number of votes under it. But our project is not yet done. The project of a new American conservatism, of a conservative revolution, must begin now. My setting up of the White Restoration Resistance over the past year - designed as a counter to the rabble rousers and civil disobedients of the so-called "Civil Rights Movement" - will work to form and strengthen grassroots conservatism.

Our nation is heading for its destruction, and so we must make a strong proposal: a new party, designed to be above both the Democrats and Republicans, and the party that every red-blooded conservative is a member of. The White People's Party, therefore, will be expanding operations across every state that allows fusion voting - putting on whichever candidate is more conservative.

I tell you this because I would like you to all to lobby state legislatures in order to allow fusion voting in your state - and if it is already allowed to accept the White People's Party nomination for your seat - and to draft a large proposal federally to legalise fusion voting across the United States. The vision of a new conservative party must come, and it will come now. It started with my run in 1948 against [not-Truman], and it will reach its climax today.

I want you all to mobilise your supporters, to work together, and finally, to meet me in the address enclosed, which is a luxury hotel in Atlanta that I have booked out for our use over this new "Conservative Conference."

God Bless America,
Frank Turner
Senator of Mississippi
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Emazia wrote:


To: All conservative political figures generally, from both parties.
From: Senator Frank Turner of Mississippi

Dear [name],

I write to you today in the hopes of achieving perhaps the greatest political project in the United States of America ever since the New Deal. As the machinations of both liberal Democrats and liberal Republicans have shown, the American order is under threat from iconoclasts and anarchists who seek to undermine our social order and destroy any semblance of the foundations on which the Founding Fathers built this nation.

As you are most likely aware, I have run under the White People's Party in Mississippi for the past 12 years. In that time, I have received a great number of votes under it. But our project is not yet done. The project of a new American conservatism, of a conservative revolution, must begin now. My setting up of the White Restoration Resistance over the past year - designed as a counter to the rabble rousers and civil disobedients of the so-called "Civil Rights Movement" - will work to form and strengthen grassroots conservatism.

Our nation is heading for its destruction, and so we must make a strong proposal: a new party, designed to be above both the Democrats and Republicans, and the party that every red-blooded conservative is a member of. The White People's Party, therefore, will be expanding operations across every state that allows fusion voting - putting on whichever candidate is more conservative.

I tell you this because I would like you to all to lobby state legislatures in order to allow fusion voting in your state - and if it is already allowed to accept the White People's Party nomination for your seat - and to draft a large proposal federally to legalise fusion voting across the United States. The vision of a new conservative party must come, and it will come now. It started with my run in 1948 against [not-Truman], and it will reach its climax today.

I want you all to mobilise your supporters, to work together, and finally, to meet me in the address enclosed, which is a luxury hotel in Atlanta that I have booked out for our use over this new "Conservative Conference."

God Bless America,
Frank Turner
Senator of Mississippi

Despite his grievances with the WPP, Hubert read the letter with great interest. Hubert decided he would attend the event, and drove to Georgia to attend. He was sure big names would be there, and he was also sure many of them would agree that Senator Sharp is failing both of his campaigns. He went inside, and walked straight to the bar, "I'd like a rum and coca-cola please." he said to the bartender, he sat there whilst he drank and waited for other attendees to arrive.
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Louisianan wrote:
Emazia wrote:


To: All conservative political figures generally, from both parties.
From: Senator Frank Turner of Mississippi

Dear [name],

I write to you today in the hopes of achieving perhaps the greatest political project in the United States of America ever since the New Deal. As the machinations of both liberal Democrats and liberal Republicans have shown, the American order is under threat from iconoclasts and anarchists who seek to undermine our social order and destroy any semblance of the foundations on which the Founding Fathers built this nation.

As you are most likely aware, I have run under the White People's Party in Mississippi for the past 12 years. In that time, I have received a great number of votes under it. But our project is not yet done. The project of a new American conservatism, of a conservative revolution, must begin now. My setting up of the White Restoration Resistance over the past year - designed as a counter to the rabble rousers and civil disobedients of the so-called "Civil Rights Movement" - will work to form and strengthen grassroots conservatism.

Our nation is heading for its destruction, and so we must make a strong proposal: a new party, designed to be above both the Democrats and Republicans, and the party that every red-blooded conservative is a member of. The White People's Party, therefore, will be expanding operations across every state that allows fusion voting - putting on whichever candidate is more conservative.

I tell you this because I would like you to all to lobby state legislatures in order to allow fusion voting in your state - and if it is already allowed to accept the White People's Party nomination for your seat - and to draft a large proposal federally to legalise fusion voting across the United States. The vision of a new conservative party must come, and it will come now. It started with my run in 1948 against [not-Truman], and it will reach its climax today.

I want you all to mobilise your supporters, to work together, and finally, to meet me in the address enclosed, which is a luxury hotel in Atlanta that I have booked out for our use over this new "Conservative Conference."

God Bless America,
Frank Turner
Senator of Mississippi

Despite his grievances with the WPP, Hubert read the letter with great interest. Hubert decided he would attend the event, and drove to Georgia to attend. He was sure big names would be there, and he was also sure many of them would agree that Senator Sharp is failing both of his campaigns. He went inside, and walked straight to the bar, "I'd like a rum and coca-cola please." he said to the bartender, he sat there whilst he drank and waited for other attendees to arrive.

Turner arrived, and upon seeing Broussard, had pulled out a cigar.

"Would you like a cigar, Senator?"
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Atlanta, Georgia
A light rain fell outside of the faded blue Chevrolet pick-up truck. The scene was a rather quiet one for the pair inside the limousine. Democrat Joshua Sharp collected his thoughts as his butt was firmly glued to the aging red leather that adorned the elderly automobile. It was almost co-incidental, he was driving an old car for an old man while sitting on an old seat designed for older men like himself. It still brought slight twinges of back pain to him, a fact that made a slight chuckle break the silence of the car, if just for a moment before his ears took in the downpour of wet real estate from the outside. Eventually, the man glances out at the window at a covered area where neatly dressed car hoppers and attendants were clamoring for both money and keys. Senator Sharp gingerly applied the breaks, just enough to avoid denting the car in front of him. Then he let go of the breaks just for the bumpers of the car ahead to be kissed by the blue Chevrolet.

"Hot damn, there we goes!" A light tap on his window brought a twinge of irritation at the interruption to the slight fender-bender. His eyes turned and his face twisted into a stiff frown as he locked eyes on a pair of green orbs and buck teeth.
"Sir, please git on' outta the cars."
With a moan, Joshua Sharp undid his do-it-yourself seatbelt of a rusted hatch and an even more shoddy looking strap of somewhat questionable leather, yanked his wallet from the dash and threw a nickle at the driver.
"Park it in the middle of the damn street will ya?"
"Sir, that's illegal."
Senator Sharp's eyes widened at the news.
"Oh. Now I know. well how much will a nickle git me?"
"It'll git me to sit in it, then git outta it old man."
"Two things, one, that's bullshit. Two, If I give you mr. 'I freed the damn slaves' will y'all look the other way n' park it somewhere nice?"
"Maybe if y'all gits Grant."
Senator Sharp's face dropped slightly at the larger amount before shaking his head no, throwing three five dollar bills at the chauffer before turning around, the only digit showing to the protesting chauffer being his middle one as he entered the hotel. He immediatly was greeted by a slight moment of motion sickness as he spun a few too many times around in the revolving door before orientating himself outside the hotel. Shaking his head, he managed to enter the hotel this time and set his sights on the bar.

Walking over to it, he pounded his hand on the table before slapping down a couple Washington dollar bills.
"I'd like a coke with a splash of lemon juice if y'all gots anys. Oh, and a touch of rum." As Senator Sharp got more comfortable on his seat, he turned his head to notice a familiar face.
"Hot damn... Huey, that other senator from 'ssippii what's your name... Truman, Turner?"
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Emazia wrote:
Louisianan wrote:Despite his grievances with the WPP, Hubert read the letter with great interest. Hubert decided he would attend the event, and drove to Georgia to attend. He was sure big names would be there, and he was also sure many of them would agree that Senator Sharp is failing both of his campaigns. He went inside, and walked straight to the bar, "I'd like a rum and coca-cola please." he said to the bartender, he sat there whilst he drank and waited for other attendees to arrive.

Turner arrived, and upon seeing Broussard, had pulled out a cigar.

"Would you like a cigar, Senator?"

"Absolutely! I'm a Representative, but I thank you for exaggerating. I always did think I had the Senatorial look about me. Hubert Broussard, at your service. Representative of Louisiana's 3rd District by day, and by night, Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan Chapter in Louisiana." Hubert said, before smiling and raising his arm as the Klan always taught him to do.

Newne Carriebean7 wrote:Atlanta, Georgia
A light rain fell outside of the faded blue Chevrolet pick-up truck. The scene was a rather quiet one for the pair inside the limousine. Democrat Joshua Sharp collected his thoughts as his butt was firmly glued to the aging red leather that adorned the elderly automobile. It was almost co-incidental, he was driving an old car for an old man while sitting on an old seat designed for older men like himself. It still brought slight twinges of back pain to him, a fact that made a slight chuckle break the silence of the car, if just for a moment before his ears took in the downpour of wet real estate from the outside. Eventually, the man glances out at the window at a covered area where neatly dressed car hoppers and attendants were clamoring for both money and keys. Senator Sharp gingerly applied the breaks, just enough to avoid denting the car in front of him. Then he let go of the breaks just for the bumpers of the car ahead to be kissed by the blue Chevrolet.

"Hot damn, there we goes!" A light tap on his window brought a twinge of irritation at the interruption to the slight fender-bender. His eyes turned and his face twisted into a stiff frown as he locked eyes on a pair of green orbs and buck teeth.
"Sir, please git on' outta the cars."
With a moan, Joshua Sharp undid his do-it-yourself seatbelt of a rusted hatch and an even more shoddy looking strap of somewhat questionable leather, yanked his wallet from the dash and threw a nickle at the driver.
"Park it in the middle of the damn street will ya?"
"Sir, that's illegal."
Senator Sharp's eyes widened at the news.
"Oh. Now I know. well how much will a nickle git me?"
"It'll git me to sit in it, then git outta it old man."
"Two things, one, that's bullshit. Two, If I give you mr. 'I freed the damn slaves' will y'all look the other way n' park it somewhere nice?"
"Maybe if y'all gits Grant."
Senator Sharp's face dropped slightly at the larger amount before shaking his head no, throwing three five dollar bills at the chauffer before turning around, the only digit showing to the protesting chauffer being his middle one as he entered the hotel. He immediatly was greeted by a slight moment of motion sickness as he spun a few too many times around in the revolving door before orientating himself outside the hotel. Shaking his head, he managed to enter the hotel this time and set his sights on the bar.

Walking over to it, he pounded his hand on the table before slapping down a couple Washington dollar bills.
"I'd like a coke with a splash of lemon juice if y'all gots anys. Oh, and a touch of rum." As Senator Sharp got more comfortable on his seat, he turned his head to notice a familiar face.
"Hot damn... Huey, that other senator from 'ssippii what's your name... Truman, Turner?"


"You dumbass," Hubert said turning his head, and raising his voice, "You serve alongside him, plus you got a letter from him If you're here, and you don't know his name. God gave a rock more sense than he gave you, you dumbass. How you stay employed is beyond me."
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Postby Newne Carriebean7 » Sat May 01, 2021 1:24 pm

Senator Sharp glared at Hubert before barking out at the Louisianan representative.
"Ah, right...you're here too.. Well I'll be frank with y'all Huey, I'm not your biggest fan personally, it's the yellin' n' your bullyin'. That don't mean I'm not goin' t' turn down no good cigars for all y'all. I'm just here for politics n' maybe some cheap ass coke or somethin'. I'm well aware that I'm a dumbass, It's somethin' I is a prouds ofs, n' it's good for mah shtick inna comedy. Y'all learn a whole lot from nearly twenty years inna politick, the first is the glory of the dumbass electorate. Y'all just gotta stay vauge, say some shit, kiss some babes or babies n' y'all win re-election without no sweats or shits given. Y'all oughta now that you young bastard of frenchistan. Merede as they say in surrenderville!"

Senator Sharp then takes a swig of his lemonized coca cola, burping rather unprofessionally before pulling out a cigar from his pocket and stricking a match, discarding it by stomping the briefly still lit flame out and grinding his foot down.
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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Emazia » Sat May 01, 2021 2:04 pm

Newne Carriebean7 wrote:Senator Sharp glared at Hubert before barking out at the Louisianan representative.
"Ah, right...you're here too.. Well I'll be frank with y'all Huey, I'm not your biggest fan personally, it's the yellin' n' your bullyin'. That don't mean I'm not goin' t' turn down no good cigars for all y'all. I'm just here for politics n' maybe some cheap ass coke or somethin'. I'm well aware that I'm a dumbass, It's somethin' I is a prouds ofs, n' it's good for mah shtick inna comedy. Y'all learn a whole lot from nearly twenty years inna politick, the first is the glory of the dumbass electorate. Y'all just gotta stay vauge, say some shit, kiss some babes or babies n' y'all win re-election without no sweats or shits given. Y'all oughta now that you young bastard of frenchistan. Merede as they say in surrenderville!"

Senator Sharp then takes a swig of his lemonized coca cola, burping rather unprofessionally before pulling out a cigar from his pocket and stricking a match, discarding it by stomping the briefly still lit flame out and grinding his foot down.

Turner's eyes narrowed, clearly having been surrounded by two...interesting people. He was certainly a racist, but his classism almost got the better of him that moment. He stood there, wearing his expensive, pinstripe suit, taking a puff from his even more fancy cigar.

"It's Turner, Senator. Frank Turner. Former general for the US military. You might remember me from Italy." He continued, having a far less distinct accent than the two men and taking a seat. "Why don't you two take a seat. Also, Senator, it's pronounced merde," He caustically replied, with a slight condescending tone about him, "As they say in France, tu es être rond comme une queue de pelle." pronouncing in perfect Metropolitan French. "Regardless of that fact, why don't we get to business? Tell me, gentlemen, what do you think of the so-called 'Civil Rights Act' that made it way through the House and Senate thanks to those damn liberals?"
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