Add to that that I disagree with her on many of her "issues", and it's a strong reason to support a different candidate.
Further, I was not expressing worry, only pointing out something I saw. Spinning it as something it was not is dishonest.
I go away a couple hours, thread is much longer. I start replying, and every one else stops so I got a long string of uninterrupted posts. I hate you guys...
1) The US has as President a person who seeks to change the US.
2) The US has a Vice President who has no idea as to whether he is 1st or 2nd in line to be President.
Children who dabble in fields wherein they have no knowledge, will regretably get their fingers burnt.
Unfortunately when this is done en mass the masses also get burnt.
This thread has gone on way past it's being of any matter.
The lady was a teenager and the whole discussion was in the context of Halloween. And she didn't really dabble if you payed attention to the clip that was cut just to hart her because Bill Maher is an angry short person who has no real talent, other than bashing others.
anyway, this debate, the adult half of it, at least, is not really about broomsticks but centers instead on the effect the nomination of this witch will have on, y'know, the normal people, the moderates, ie, NOT the knuckle dragging wingnuts
Opinion: Independent voters' rightward shift - Douglas E. Schoen and Heather R. Higgins - POLITICO.comIn late August, we conducted a national survey of independent voters for Independent Women's Voice, which showed strong movement among independents in the direction of the Republican Party.
After O’Donnell’s win, we went back into the field — using focus groups and polls — to re-interview 400 independents from our survey to see what the effect was.
Here is what we found:
Unambiguously, there has been further deterioration of the Democratic position, and movement to the Republican Party.
politico proceeds in detail---independents were leaning gop by a plurality of 14 in late august
since the witch won those coveted centrists now prefer tea by TWENTY TWO points
LIKELY voters, as opposed to those merely registered and favored by gallup, prefer red over blue by TWENTY THREE
there ya go
the election falls on the following tuesday