Founding Fathers Forum Game: A republic, if you can keep it.

#774

Nobody seems to have strong feelings, so I’ll Pass it

Just trying to get more table talk going.

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#775

@Cuthbert, is that an ignore or a submit to Congress?

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#776

Sorry, Submit it to Congress

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#777

@Panzeh up first to vote.

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#778

Vote Yes with 8 votes. @Ironsight

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#779

@Cuthbert You need to specify that you are using an IP to meet the difficulty or this fails before we vote on it.

Assuming you want to do that I’ll vote Yes with 17 votes. @Navaronegun

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#780

Yes, Hamilton spends the Influence

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#781

5 votes yes , @Brooski

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#782

10 votes YEA

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#783

@Cuthbert

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#784

19 votes yes

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#785

@CF_Kane

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#786

@Panzeh, will you cancel? (Assuming no, because you voted for it.

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#787

Also, @Cuthbert, any other business before the end of the term?

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#788

The Chief Justice will not cancel internal improvements.

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#789

@Cuthbert needs to appoint a new Sec of State but since there are no more issues and there is no pop gain from it, maybe we can dispense with it?

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#790

I agree that we can dispense with the appointment at this time. A tax or tariff can still be proposed, however, if President Hamilton is so inclined.

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#791

Assuming @Cuthbert has no further business, we would do the treasury phase and move to the election of 1808, the first Era B election.

In the treasury phase the US receives $56, bringing reserves to 38. There is no roll for economic collapse.

@Cuthbert, Alexander Hamilton is the Conservative presidential candidate.

@Brooski, Madison is the Liberal candidate. Madison picks his VP first.

So over to @Brooski to pick a VP.

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#792

Ok, I am in Seattle for the day so I will have to do this tonight when I get back, actually probably tomorrow morning as we will return late.

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#793

Sounds good. Enjoy Seattle!

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