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Grade A Idears

Zero, yes, great ideas! You got me thinking about the layout of the game.

*50 states, a path throughout them


*history lessons on the campaign trail
a) lessons in various formats:
1. candidate appears on radio and talk shows, answering questions correctly (read: Constitutionally and in Natural Law, which will defy a couple amendments) and wrongly (nonConstitutionally). This format is where Jeopardy format comes in: Hannity sits in one chair, RP in another chair, question pops up in commentary bubble over Hannity, answer's appear in commentary bubble over RP, one answer is right. Player must answer question correctly to move to next place in campaign trail, say, next state. OR player can answer incorrectly but a tally of his answers is given at end of game.

*answers determine whether player's knowledge suffices to earn party nomination and then presidency, from which party candidate squares off against other party or parties' candidates. This determination could spoil plot of RP reaching the White House. What can be done to rectify this delimma?

(to be continued)

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