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To some, it's a lifestyle. To others, it's why they play the game. For the rest, it's just 4 letters that show up repeatedly.

Care to find out what it's about? http://tiny.cc/ST6Application

[WTP] Party President - It's like a double-ended...

9 Day 3,219, 05:27 Published in USA USA Political debates and analysis Political debates and analysis

I'm not gonna make it a bigger deal than it is.

People have played Party President many ways. I have too. In fact, I've run in the past on COMPLACENCY. Awesome huh?
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[WTP] Endorsement for Country President

32 Day 3,209, 20:12 Published in USA USA Political debates and analysis Political debates and analysis



This game has become boring they say.

There's never anything interesting any more they say.

Yet we keep playing.

We The People, each with a vote.

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[WTP] A Party President when there's no party

6 Day 3,191, 04:51 Published in USA USA Political debates and analysis Political debates and analysis

Let's be real. The state of ePolitics kinda sucks these days. It's a shell of what it used to be.


I'd love to keep up with the "old" game: Of a party

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[WTP] A really bad article.

4 Day 2,834, 17:09 Published in USA USA Political debates and analysis Political debates and analysis

Look, this is gonna be a horrible article. Did you think the title was clickbait? Stop reading now.


Last month I got screwed. I won a place in the slate of Congressional candidates fair and

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[WTP] Obligatory article no one will read

7 Day 2,802, 05:04 Published in USA USA Social interactions and entertainment Social interactions and entertainment

This week WTP held a referendum to enforce the writing of campaign articles for Congress candidates. While it had been a popular request of PPs in the past it had not been mandated by the populace.

While most any activity is good activity in this

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