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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    And on today's episode of "what one can possibly pull out of ones ass!"
    Have you ever read a demographic breakdown of election results?

    In pretty much every study, the higher your education level, the more likely you are to vote Democratic.

    In a caveat to the original statement though...the only county in the entire New England area that went for McCain is one of those uneducated counties north of Portland (Piscataquis):

    [ame=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piscataquis_County]Piscataquis County, Maine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    With this, I agree wholeheartedly. I think the GOP sold out its roots when it was taken over by the religious-right and has thus abandoned actual conservatism. I'm not so sure that Palin is of that conservative cloth either. All we really have to judge that on in are her activities as governor which didn't even last a full term before she quit. I would rather the GOP look elsewhere, there's conservatives out there with less baggage who could probably do just as good, if not better, job as Palin. Instead of focusing on this wishywashy candidate, I think effort would best be spent looking for a candidate who could truly bring back all the lost Republican voters by returning to actual conservative politics.
    What they essentially did was become the complete opposite of what they very wrongly state they are. They are big government across the board. And it's consistent. They borrowed and spent trillions we didn't have, they love having government tell you what you can and cannot do (regardless of whether anyone else's rights are being violated), they fully support the Nanny State in its entirety, and then W added additional spying programs to make the government bigger yet. Well done. They've become the total opposite of what they aimed to be. Morons.
    Wow. Am I awesome or what?

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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Yes. But, I bet it still doesn't mean **** to you.
    It would be nice if you could explain what in the hell you are talking about. Please feel free to spell out, in detail, your justification for stating that both my boyfriend and I aren't patriots.

    I'm dying to read it.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Have you ever read a demographic breakdown of election results?

    In pretty much every study, the higher your education level, the more likely you are to vote Democratic.

    In a caveat to the original statement though...the only county in the entire New England area that went for McCain is one of those uneducated counties north of Portland (Piscataquis):

    Piscataquis County, Maine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    How about you go ahead and post those numbers. I would LOVE to see'em.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    With this, I agree wholeheartedly. I think the GOP sold out its roots when it was taken over by the religious-right and has thus abandoned actual conservatism. I'm not so sure that Palin is of that conservative cloth either. All we really have to judge that on in are her activities as governor which didn't even last a full term before she quit. I would rather the GOP look elsewhere, there's conservatives out there with less baggage who could probably do just as good, if not better, job as Palin. Instead of focusing on this wishywashy candidate, I think effort would best be spent looking for a candidate who could truly bring back all the lost Republican voters by returning to actual conservative politics.
    Yet another excellent post. This is exactly what the Republican party could do to woo back voters like me.

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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by stekim View Post
    What they essentially did was become the complete opposite of what they very wrongly state they are. They are big government across the board. And it's consistent. They borrowed and spent trillions we didn't have, they love having government tell you what you can and cannot do (regardless of whether anyone else's rights are being violated), they fully support the Nanny State in its entirety, and then W added additional spying programs to make the government bigger yet. Well done. They've become the total opposite of what they aimed to be. Morons.
    I have oft referred to the new GOP as big government statists, as that's what they are. There is little difference between the Republicans and Democrats currently, which is why I often refer to them as the Republocrats.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Have you ever read a demographic breakdown of election results?

    In pretty much every study, the higher your education level, the more likely you are to vote Democratic.

    In a caveat to the original statement though...the only county in the entire New England area that went for McCain is one of those uneducated counties north of Portland (Piscataquis):

    Piscataquis County, Maine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    Funny, you make a claim, then your proof is an irrellevant anecdotal of dubious honesty....


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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Whew....thank god it wasn't the lightbulb episode again!

    *cough*

    Too far?
    Never too far.

    Although, the zucchini and hamster episodes were great, the lightbulb one, as well as the power outlet episode, were my favorites.

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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    It would be nice if you could explain what in the hell you are talking about. Please feel free to spit out in words how I'm not a patriot, and he isn't either.
    I enver said you weren't a pariot. I said you were fair weather patriot. It means, that when things don't go your way, you're ready to sell out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Funny, you make a claim, then your proof is an irrellevant anecdotal....


    FAIL
    Read a demographic study....educate yourself.

    Here's a start. This graph shows to breakdown from 2000 Bush v. Gore:

    I'll even do you the favor and find others for you.

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