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Amateur Political Predictions
An SI Board Since February 2003
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The objective of this forum is to gain different insights and perspectives from interested people on many political events that can affect your investments.

Feel free to make any political prediction. You can be as cryptic as you desire. It would be nice to know how you came to your conclusions, but explanation isn’t necessary.

Keep in mind that saying “there will be nuclear war” for example, is not the same as saying one “wants” nuclear war. It should not be assumed that a person making a prediction wants that prediction to take place.

1. Please try to keep your predictions in the realm of politics.

2. Do not make personal attacks (arguing against a prediction is fine).

Later, if other rules become necessary i’ll post them, or change them.
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75ok, i had totally forgotten about this forum, but i want to make a little predicgrusum-4/25/2009
74Bush about to become the eye of a political storm with his decision to exclude cChinuSFO-12/10/2003
73<b>I predict that Bush will win 2004 because</b> #1 The Democrats aSidney Reilly-12/4/2003
72What happened to 10eyes? And this thread? Subject 53231Sidney Reilly-12/4/2003
71retraction: i converted the miles to kilometers the wrong way for both the artigrusum-4/14/2003
70slight revision: Sure looks like they want Syria, but here's the problem...grusum-4/13/2003
69Pundit mentions Lebanon: Marc Ginsberg, pundit for Fox News, said Syria and Iragrusum-4/12/2003
68Hi Eric, Thanks for the post. i have not been in favor of the "war on drugrusum-4/10/2003
67It is a well known fact that at one time Amerika has indentured workers of one pE. Charters-4/10/2003
66'nuther one... Most people think that if we go after another nation it willgrusum-4/9/2003
65why it matters if Saddam is alive.. it matters because if Saddam is alive or nogrusum-4/4/2003
64Saddam still alive... i wonder why he took so long to get this tape out that prgrusum-4/4/2003
63No Hurry for Baghdad: Couldn't agree with Myers more. There's no need tgrusum-4/3/2003
62Syria said today "We're on the side of the Iraqi people". Proper grusum-4/1/2003
61a ridiculous contention: RE; Saddam's bodyguard recently seen without Saddamgrusum-3/30/2003
60we'll attack supplies and personnel coming from Syria, and think we already grusum-3/28/2003
59I understand your point; however, as a commander you can't allow Syrian terrCage Rattler-3/28/2003
58like i've said previously, i think Syria will be next. However, unless Syrigrusum-3/28/2003
57With Syria moving combatants across the line what do you think will happen? ICage Rattler-3/28/2003
56This should cheer you up. Excerpt From Alan Keyes Dear Concerned American: ICage Rattler-3/27/2003
55Ted, my guess is that they won't use nuclear weapons against Iraq for usinggrusum-3/27/2003
54Bush approves nuclear response By Nicholas Kralev THE WASHINGTON TIMES A Cage Rattler-3/26/2003
53Not much to do but sit and wait until we know for sure. My bet is that they wilCage Rattler-3/26/2003
52i agree. we should draw their forces out as far as possible, and no matter what,grusum-3/26/2003
51Indeed your concern is well founded. Earlier I was thinking we should try drawiCage Rattler-3/26/2003
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