Yeah, rich people vote Republican. But is that any surprise? The GOP is practically owned by big business.
In terms of education, you're a bit off the mark. People who never went to college tend to vote Republican, and people who are post grads tend to vote Democrat. In terms of undergrad students, it depends on how you ask the question. But having an undergrad degree these days is almost like having a HS diplomna in the 60's.
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You'd be unhappy too if you lived in the age of trying to move back to the 1800's.
Actually, I think she'll be a wonderful candidate.
Politicians are for entertaining the public, and so far, she has entertained me very much.
Hence, she's a great politician, so she's a great candidate
The tragedy is not that things are broken. The tragedy is that things are not mended again. - Alan Paton
Bach is the beginning and end of all music - Max Reger
It is not God who kills the children. Not fate that butchers them or destiny that feeds them to the dogs. It's us. Only us - Rorschach
Do you believe that the use of one or more nuclear weapons to destroy hardened facilities would result in more than a few thousands of appropriate deaths? I would not object to killing the people who work in the facilities along with damaging the facilities themselves to the point where Iran would have to start over.
Of course we are working on regime change. Our 2012 elections are coming fast. One we have replace the one term president Obama perhaps we can prevent the Iranians from building nuclear weapons. But first America needs regime change.
It is a long known fact that demo's tend to pander to the poor, with promises of a better life through their representation, however that life seems to never fully blossom...Socially conservative and disadvantaged Democrats are among the least educated and lowest earning ideological demographics. In 2005, only 15% had a college degree, compared to 27% at the national average and 49% of liberals, respectively. Together socially conservative and the financially disadvantaged comprised roughly 54% of the Democratic base. The continued importance of the working class votes manifests itself in recent CNN exit polls, which shows that the majority of those with low incomes and little education vote for the Democratic Party.
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I am in no way financially rich, yet I vote conservative/republican....Your meme is tired and false.Yeah, rich people vote Republican. But is that any surprise? The GOP is practically owned by big business.
That may be true anecdotally, however I don't think there has been any kind of empirical study showing the trend of these people through say a generation or 20 years.In terms of education, you're a bit off the mark. People who never went to college tend to vote Republican, and people who are post grads tend to vote Democrat.
When a collage grad is entering their career life straight out of collage, is it any wonder that with the 4 + year indoctrination of liberal viewpoint, and slanted education toward Marxist ideology that they tend to lean that way? I'd be interested to see where they are after being subject to the "real world" for a number of years....I'd be willing to bet they don't buy half the crap that progressive professors hoisted upon them anymore.
Another great testament as to how liberal indoctrination instead of teaching solid unbiased information has screwed us as a nation...Thanks libs.But having an undergrad degree these days is almost like having a HS diplomna in the 60's.
So why are liberals trying so hard to move us back there? Wind? Solar? There are a myriad of issues where the liberals would love to see us living like our ancestors.You'd be unhappy too if you lived in the age of trying to move back to the 1800's.
Obama would crush Bachmann.. I have seen polls in her home state where she would lose to Obama by 20 points lol. If people in her own state cant stand her, then I doubt the rest of the country will either.