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Federalist Party Statement on AIM

Day 1,999, 08:40 by Derphoof


The Federalist Party recognizes that many legitimate non-PTO citizens of this country feel disenfranchised. With a lack of meaningful battles, they feel left out on the battlefield and ignored in the halls of the legislature. As such, those citizens have taken action. They have formed a collective of MU’s called US-AIM (United States Association of Independent Militias).

The Feds have been watching the development of US-AIM and are encouraged by their initiative to make positive changes for the nation. Many in the association feel that, in addition to having boring battles, they have been left out of the national conversation.

We are here to say that we agree and they will not be ignored.

Every legitimate citizen in this nation should have a voice. In a democracy, such as our own, everyone should be able to contribute to the democratic process. The Federalist Party endeavors to uphold the basic principles and integrity of our democracy, such as their ability to participate in government. As such, we are delighted to see a group organizing, participating in national debate, and pushing for what they believe in.

The primary mission of US-AIM is this: “To promote the prominence of independent military units in the eUS and to advocate for their interests. This will be achieved through joint recruitment, war games, and joint deployment operations.” - DMV3

The Federalist Party hereby resolves to support the new military interest group, US-AIM, in their endeavor to maximize their voice in government and power on the battlefield.

The Feds agree that the nation is starving for action and that our leaders in government need to embrace greater risks. The USA needs war and we sympathize with US-AIM in their pursuit of fun and action. The Feds are hopeful that our national policy will quickly come to realize this, and that our government will lead us to a meaningful war.

With so many of our party members in AIM MU’s, such as EZC, Praetorian Guards and JCS MU’s, we have a vested interest in helping the AIM Movement. However, we also have many members in the USAF and in the National Government. As such, we will strive, cooperatively, to support US-AIM and reconcile their objectives with our national needs.

We will ensure that their voice is heard and their influence is felt. We share members and we share interests. We are in this together.

The Federalist Party - Day 1999

 

Comments

EnterAwesome
EnterAwesome Day 1,999, 08:41

1ST Reserved for the Feds

Greene12
Greene12 Day 1,999, 08:43

proud/horny

Jude Conners
Jude Conners Day 1,999, 08:50

imo... a party issuing a statement for a group that has nothing to do with the party is stupid. the excuse that we are teh #1 party just makes us look smug.

waste of time and too much roleplay

stewy
stewy Day 1,999, 08:56

agreed.. some things just don't need to be addressed, though i guess jumping on the bandwagon of aim-supporters could work, but to me it's just making the party look desperate

Jude Conners
Jude Conners Day 1,999, 09:01

exactly. desperate... then smug.

fingerguns
fingerguns Day 1,999, 09:41

Yes I am ever so annoyed when political parties take interest in national events and try to organize and use their influence in a helpful way. It's like just shut up and put together some IRC games already. Give free stuff away to multis. That's what people really want. Let the gov do their gov thing and let a gigantic military organization do theirs. The people really shouldn't even be discussing these things, let alone trying to bring sides together.

INAPPROPRIATE

Ghost of Tom Joad
Ghost of Tom Joad Day 2,000, 07:54

I for one, was happy to see that someone was looking upon us favorably.

Ilies Daniel
Ilies Daniel Day 2,000, 08:55

Yeah, we wouldn't want the country's largest party to have a position on such a major national issue would we? That's silly

Good article, Seemed a very reasonable statement to me.

Ghost of Tom Joad
Ghost of Tom Joad Day 2,000, 09:22

Good point Colin. Let their voices be heard

Chucky Norris
Chucky Norris Day 2,000, 15:44

I LOLD HARD on this one. Voted and agreed! Even thought some may interpret it as opportunism, a party address will clear a few things,

Jon Barack Bluejacket
Jon Barack Bluejacket Day 2,001, 00:34

Voted for intense sarcasm.

Acidify
Acidify Day 2,000, 01:06

Agreed.

Ilies Daniel Day 2,000, 08:56

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Ilies Daniel
Ilies Daniel Day 2,000, 08:56

Boooo

chimichonga barbosa
chimichonga barbosa Day 2,000, 12:30

ooooobs!

Strength and Honour

Josh Frost
Josh Frost Day 1,999, 09:11

Nothing wrong with a party issuing a statement in support of a group.

fingerguns
fingerguns Day 1,999, 09:29

I don't even really see it as being solely in support of AIM. More like supporting the idea.

You have a group of citizens who have organized together to lobby their government.
You have a government that really needs to work with that group of citizens.

And here we have a statement from a large and influential party saying we want to help those sides come together. As Feds are in a unique position to do so, I'm glad they're using their size and influence for something worthwhile rather than just organizing poker nights or something.

fingerguns
fingerguns Day 1,999, 09:31

In my mind, parties (and really all groups) become completely irrelevant by choice. Feds are making a different choice. I would hope if anyone could understand and respect that, it would be those in AIM.

Jude Conners
Jude Conners Day 1,999, 09:58

butthurt duly noted

Kara Beth
Kara Beth Day 1,999, 10:06

That sounds like a jab at the AMP poker tournament of which I happen to be participating in 2 hours. Subtlety is not your strong point.

Derphoof
Derphoof Day 1,999, 10:10

No, I believe its sincerely a fed jab. I'm organizing a poker night for the Feds as well.

fingerguns
fingerguns Day 1,999, 15:03

Not at jab at any poker tournament. A jab at any party that thinks a poker tournament is the pinnacle of social responsibility. Not sure what AMP thinks, only what the Feds have put forward as a party.

Marquis Andras
Marquis Andras Day 2,001, 06:25

Maybe a RL smoking night/drinking and get on IRC and curse each other out drunk and high would be better?

Acidify
Acidify Day 2,000, 01:09

Poker Night? *Blushes*

Cubby
Cubby Day 1,999, 09:38

Thank you Feds. Glad you wanted to hop on board our train for a quick ride. Feel free to be ONE OF THE MANY political parties that is represented by US-AIM members.

fingerguns Day 1,999, 09:42

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olivermellors
olivermellors Day 1,999, 10:27

"........ political parties.......represented by US-AIM members. "

A very apt description of the possible paradigm shift.

The Original Hawkie
The Original Hawkie Day 1,999, 11:17

Military Officers - Not elected
Congressional Representatives and Presidents - Elected

AIM doesn't represent me.

Ghost of Tom Joad
Ghost of Tom Joad Day 2,000, 07:59

Actually, calling them, "Elected," is a stretch. Vote for this guy or abstain, form voting. That has been the rule

Cubby
Cubby Day 1,999, 11:42

Maybe I was not clear enough. AIM is only represented politically by its individual members and their elected representatives. UM is not a part of the equation at all, so indeed Hawkie has nothing to do with AIM. It works out beautifully for all of us.

The Original Hawkie
The Original Hawkie Day 2,000, 02:18

"be ONE OF THE MANY political parties that is represented by US-AIM members."

Contradiction:

First Statement: Parties represented by AIM
Second Statement: AIM represented by Parties.

The first implies that if my party releases a statement supportive of AIM (Has happened) then AIM sees itself as my representative; You say this is not true in your second statement.

Gnilraps
Gnilraps Day 2,000, 02:35

As I read it, Cubby meant to say that the Feds are ONE OF THE MANY political parties represented *in* AIM.

Cubby
Cubby Day 2,000, 05:11

Thank you for correcting my statement Gnilraps. I'm having trouble being any more clear for the dense in the crowd.

The Original Hawkie
The Original Hawkie Day 2,000, 06:50

I doubt it's my density that keeps you from utilizing the English language properly.

Cubby
Cubby Day 2,000, 06:55

herp derp

olivermellors
olivermellors Day 1,999, 09:47

This seems a bit surreal: for many months no party seems to have "noticed" the growing sense of disenfranchisement, distrust, displeasure and disdain which coalesced into AIM.

fingerguns
fingerguns Day 1,999, 09:55

Strongly disagree. We talk about it all the time and have taken action in other ways (dismantling certain figures and organizations, moving newer people into positions, taking over in certain areas). Just because we don't rant and rave in the media and complain at every turn doesn't mean no one has noticed and it certainly doesn't mean no one has done anything.

We're just not an MU, we're a political party.

olivermellors
olivermellors Day 1,999, 10:07

I am delighted to read that your party has long been aware of the profound irritants which, unfortunately, no party chose to discuss openly and thoroughly in the public media. Agreed that ranting and raving is not beneficial. Also, there is limited newspaper space and what space there is has been devoted to more pressing discussions like..... I can't remember but I'm sure that the whole PTO thing and UNITY and stuff has distracted all operatives from all parties. Perhaps the present article is a move in the direction of further exploration and that is all for the good.

Derphoof
Derphoof Day 1,999, 09:57

Olivermellors, its been all over the media for months. Its hard NOT to notice it. Its talked about all the time on IRC and forums.

Even many Feds have been attacking the establishment lately, taking to the forums with their disdain of Unity, and trying to find other ways to have fun in this game.

olivermellors
olivermellors Day 1,999, 10:22

You make my point for me. The growing unhappiness was obvious. Yet, it was not addressed. It is as if something so obvious was just ignored by the political class... a little like "let them eat cake if they have no bread". Well, I may be mistaken, but it would be good to move quickly to the "addressing" part.
kind regards

KOSOVA Batoa
KOSOVA Batoa Day 1,999, 10:03

Good Statement o/

l Donkey Kong l
l Donkey Kong l Day 1,999, 10:19

This has something to do with nuptials Donkey Kong has heard about?

Donkey Kong congratulate happy couple.

Cubby
Cubby Day 1,999, 10:32

abstain b4 nuptials?

The Original Hawkie
The Original Hawkie Day 1,999, 11:17

Meh.

Ronald Gipper Reagan
Ronald Gipper Reagan Day 1,999, 11:26

dmv's personal conduct would NOT be acceptable in the ACTUAL Praetorian Guards.....

DMV3
DMV3 Day 1,999, 20:52

Love you too RGR! Can we be BFFs again?

SColbert
SColbert Day 2,000, 10:35

Good thing we live in ancient Rome and not a game made up of people with names like"PenisMonkey." What I really enjoy about this fictional game is the realism.

DMV3
DMV3 Day 2,000, 11:52

And to be honest the ancient Romans would have very little issue with my personal conduct.

Cubby
Cubby Day 1,999, 11:45

RGR's personal conduct would NOT be acceptable in the ACTUAL Republican party.

...I mean IS NOT.

 
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