Here’s my new what-if Scenario – Cheney 2008. Cheney succeeded Bush in 2007, after Bush got serious injured in a terrorist attack. Cheney decided to run for reelection as an Independent to unite America behind him on the upcoming challenges in the middle-east. He now faces both Republican and Democratic challengers. Can he win a full term or can the Republicans or Democrats restore the old order? Who will be successful?
Any Feedback, game reports or additional info is welcome. Thanks in advance.
If you have any ideas, tell me and I’ll try to include them.
P.S. Please forgive any grammatical errors as English is just my 2nd language. If you find something incorrect please say it to me and I’ll correct it asap.
Version 1.6 is out! It contains:
Off-Cheney as Republican (Of course you should turn off his Unity alter ego 😉 )
From the scenario designer: “For the first time in half a century, neither the Liberty nor Heritage Parties have an incumbent President or Vice-President running in the election. The ever present National Unity Party is surging in popularity. Based on an alternative history of North America – the Federation of American States.”
From the scenario designer: “This scenario is a modification of the standard 2008 scenario for President Forever, adding five new states – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and North and South England (all with endorsers), as well as four new candidates – Tony Blair, Ken Livingstone, David Cameron and David Davis. Can you become the first British candidate to run for President of the United States – and even win? Can you take the Republicans to victory despite the significant handicap of 60 million new largely Democrat supporting citizens?”
From the scenario designer: “Narrowly winning in 2004, and with many primary challengers, will President John F. Kerry be able to win the presidency again? Or will he lose to one of the many Republican candidates?”
From the scenario designer: “This scenario applies the Regional Presidential Primary and Caucus Act introduced in the Senate. It makes the campaigning more interesting. Iowa and New Hampshire are still first in the nation but they now start in February.”
From the scenario designer: “Florida is so mad that they could not participate in the primary that they left the country. Charlie Crist is the new President of Florida. Unable to support the goverment and people they re-join the United States, but do not vote in the election.”