Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

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  1. Erinthecute Well-Known Member

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    The Bisgaard government was fraught with internal strife, policy difficulties, clashes with its coalition partner, and ultimately ended in disaster. With the Jutland Greens so alienated by the outgoing Prime Minister and his party, some fear that the break between the social democratic left and the ecological movement may be permanent.
     
  2. TheKutKu Well-Known Member

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    Awesome once again, what is Florida’s economy like? How did they become so developped from what I guess would be a spanish plantation colony? Did it get massive investment from Canada? Lot of immigration?
     
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  3. ChaosCron Chronicles of Chaos

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  4. krinsbez Well-Known Member

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  5. Zyxoriv Jack of all trades, master of none.

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    Okay, this is epic.
     
  6. Ugly Idiot Beautiful Genius

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    Yes and yes, Florida's position is the result of 100 years of great economic management and a lot of tourism. Florida is a popular vacation destination for the place up north, and the countries nearly open borders with Canada have payed off, making it incredibly easy to take a flight down to Florida and vacation.
     
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  7. Katarn Voiced by Johnny Bravo Donor

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    I need to read this TL, please write it.
     
  8. olavops Well-Known Member

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    Ok, I just saw the Fantastical short movie that reimagines "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" as a modern Drama.

    So I decided to com up with my own alternative version of the show,. Think House of Cards plus Empire: The Prince
    I was editing a character list, with their bio, etc, but my PC just crashed and I lost it all. So will do it again later.

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  9. krinsbez Well-Known Member

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    The what?
     
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  11. True Grit Creek

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  12. krinsbez Well-Known Member

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    Huh.
     
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  13. Charlie950 El gringo hispanohablante izquierdista

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    What's the coding to have a collapsible window within a wikibox? Or, to at least make it look like it does in the pic?
     
  14. True Grit Creek

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    Then whatever office, then:

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  15. Erinthecute Well-Known Member

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  16. Kanan Timeline raises new and troubling questions Donor

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    I still love "Føderation"
     
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  17. V-J Not a Donor

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    Given how 'sticky' voting is in the US nowadays and the relative small number of swing voters, 45-53 is pretty much a landslide, and I don't see Dean getting anywhere close to that, Darth Cheney clichés aside. Particularly, y'know, on the back of a dead president effect, that's going to ramp up the 'rally round the flag effect' hugely.

    Baar Topinka is a great hipster Illinois choice but is really too moderate for a national GOP ticket.

    How does someone as right-wing as Brad Carson get nominated nationally?
     
  18. Newne76 Prime Minister of Soda

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    Emperor Johnson I
    Johnson I, born Lyndon Baines Johnson, was Emperor of the American Kingdom and holds the record for the longest reigning monarch within the American Kingdom with a total time of 66 years on the throne. He was universally known for his various marriages to foreign leaders, politicians and celebrities which expanded several breif titles upon his tens of children, all of whom would only be able to take the throne in the event of the death of both him and his consort, and then have to convince the Princely Electors to vote for him or her among the large number of possible candidates which would emerge from various noble homes and families across the American Kingdom.

    He used his substantial family fortune from his father being appointed the lucrative position of Duke of the Native's Purse over the Texan-Oklahoman region shortly before it's dissolution in 1933. Upon the death of King Coolidge in August of 1934, he announced his candidacy for the election the same year.
    Using the Johnson Treatment in medical benefits, he would urge a new spiritual awakening for much of the nation, still mired in the scandals of former President-Minister Al Capone, who would be kept on as the Minister-President until his death in 1950.

    He would forge an incredibly antagonistic working relationship with Minister-President Robert Kennedy from 1961 until 1963 when he was sacked and replaced with Ronald Reagan. Among the foreign crises which he would be forced to either remark on or meet with the Minister-President over would be the Ottoman Crisis from 1969 to 1970 the Argentine Uprising in 1972, the Irish-French Crisis of 1974, the Foochow Commune's war against China from 1977-1978 the acquisition of nuclear weapons by the rouge Somalia regime in 1985 and the Soviet Invasion of Manchukuo in 1989 upon the death of emperor Hirohito. Most of the President-Ministers staring in 1989 were also serving with dual mandates as the consorts via marriages , influencing public policy over the increasingly senile Johnson as his health began to decline in the early 90s.

    On December 5th,2001, after getting up for the day and putting on his tie, he suffered a massive heart attack, being able to reach the receiver and dial the Imperial Guard with his last words "I hurt real bad..." Emperor Johnson would immediately be taken to the Dallas Hospital, where he would be declared dead within seventeen minutes of arriving. A State funeral was held for the Texan man that had guided American Foreign Policy for a little more than half a century. His final Consort, Bob Dole, was elected the new emperor after hard competition and a very narrow win in beating the 24 various noble houses that had been influencing the Johnson regency and had declared candidacies for Emperor.

    His coronation marked the begining of the domination of the Texas Dynasty for half a century in politics, with most of his Minister-Presidents hailing from the Lone Star State. Despite ruling the country for four years shy of seventy, the only era name historians grant the regent was his action of disillusion between the American Kingdom and the Iraqi Kingdom when he divorced Saddam Hussein in 1970 to marry John F. Kennedy shortly after.

    American Emperor Elections, 1934
    Upon the Death of Coolidge I in August, several noble figures and high ranking family members announced their candidacy for the needed princely electors. The Texan Johnson was the first to announce, picking up wins along the new English coast, save for Massachusetts, which went for the second to announce member of Franklin Delano Roosevelt from New York. Throughout the First of several Regional Elections and primaries which commenced with Maine's 22 Princely Electors all pledging their slate of votes for Johnson on August 5th. The rest of the Northeast went to Johnson handily, save for a narrow upset loss in Massachusetts, where the 19 Princely Electors voted for FDR.

    With the first part of the Regions done, next came races within the Midwest throughout the rest of August, where a shocking upset in Ohio by Louisianan royalty Huey Long nearly tripped up Johnson's planned campaign stop in Michigan, forging ahead with a hard loss of 47 to 2 in the 49 total Princely Electors to Roosevelt. Encouraged by these results, Duke of Iowa Herbert Hoover threw his hat into the ring along with the aging Count of Mississippi John Sharps Williams. Indiana and Illinois bucked Johnson for Hoover and Roosevelt respectively until the assassination of FDR when touring the victor's garden within Chicago ended his Democratic hopes for the Throne.

    After a week long moratorium on campaigning for the Royal Funeral of Roosevelt, Johnson strengthened his position with victories in the begining of September along the eastern seaboard regarding the former southern states. It was in this region that Williams would see his only victories of the home state of Mississippi and Florida, with the closeness of Florida's results prompting Williams to not campaign anymore. Huey Long would suffer an near fatal stroke during his victory speech in the Louisiana primaries, forcing his withdrawal from the race on September 24th.

    With the dropping out of Long, there were only the ghost candidacy of Williams by stonewall princely electors and the more formidable competition of Hoover, who swept much of the Great Plains, with his largest prize of Iowa carrying 28 Princely Electors all slated for him. Despite this, upon the blessing of Utah's 7 electors, Johnson passed the magical 2018 needed to win and became Emperor Elect.
     
  19. olavops Well-Known Member

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    A election for Emperor in America?
    Ridiculoussss

    Everyone knows you don't get elected Emperor of America, you just proclaim yourself one silly!

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  20. Hulkster'01 alternatehistory.com's number 1 Hulkamaniac

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    I'm pretty sure the genie would've made Aladdin immortal. (I don't remember that being a rule like no killing)
     
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