“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman
So in essence the op and the author of this wet napkin can't really say what has caused this....“We’re in the process of looking at each of these to see,” Strach said. “That means either a poll or precinct worker made a mistake and marked the wrong person, or someone voted for them. That’s something we can’t determine until we look into each case.” - See more at: N.C. just found thousands of felony-level voter fraud cases | Rare
When a crime is ignored ~ it becomes flagrant;
When a crime is rewarded ~ it becomes epidemic:
No Amnesty No Exception
Anywhere but the right wing noise machine a little evidence is required for a scandal. Investigate away, I have never heard anyone on either side say they are for voter fraud. There is simply very little if any voter fraud. That is what I beleive until you show evidence. Rational people understand that. Thankfully.
God Bless the Marine Corps.
Here's a Really Big Clue for you: if you'll look at a map of states, you already know which ones are blue or red...so look at that map and ask yourself what's the single overriding difference between blue and red states. And guess what - it has NOTHING to do with politics. Now don'tcha think that's strange, that somebody on DP would say that the biggest difference between blue and red states has nothing to do with politics? What the heck could I be referring to?
I'm going to wait to see if you can figure this one out.
Can you back this up with hard data?This occurs despite the Democrat politicians they elect that bury them in ballooning debt, entitlements and regulation_
Didn't think so.
Wouldn't that mean the red states should have lower divorce rates, lower teenage pregnancy rates, higher percentages of health insurance, lower homicide rates, and higher life expectancies? But they DON'T, do they? So what are those 'real solutions' that the red states have implemented since they've been red states (since the Civil War, pretty much) that are supposed to bring a better standard of living for their people?The Democrat Party approaches every problem with high-dollar band-aids instead of real solutions; unfortunately, ideologues and the ignorant can only see the here and now_
Thing is, you're arguing against RESULTS. The RESULTS that the blue states have gotten are generally superior to the RESULTS that the red states have gotten. By their actions shall ye know them, y'know?
Yeah, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Delaware are SO dependent upon their natural resources to keep afloat, aren't they? But not Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina...all those red states are SO "resource-poor", I guess....Over spending/taxing/regulating and politicians in bed with unions in blue states such as California and New York drive jobs away that aren't dependent on the local resources_
Y'know, ya really should learn to base your opinions on HARD DATA, rather than deciding what you want to believe and then trying to back it up with empty rhetoric since you've no hard data to support your claims.
Mm-hmm...yeah, I guess the major corporations in every major city in every blue state is just aching to get out of town...except for the small fact that THEY AIN'T DOING THAT. Here's another clue - just because it's cheaper to do business in a place doesn't mean that place is a better place to do business.What happened in Detroit looms on the horizon of every blue state if the voters don't soon recognize their political error_
[/QUOTE]The long-term result of your brand of ideology is never the Socialist Utopia promised by the Democrats_
Here's another question: why is it that out of ALL the first-word democracies, ALL of them have higher taxes, higher levels of regulation, and stronger social safety nets? I mean, if you're right that the "nanny-state" liberal way is a sure path to the economic dustbin of history, why hasn't that happened in the EIGHTY YEARS since FDR implemented it here, and in the SIXTY YEARS since it was implemented in most of the rest of the developed world? Not only have the "nanny states" done quite well, thank you very much, but NO nations that have essentially libertarian economies have emerged to grow to anything approaching first-world status? There are quite a few nations out there whose economies are essentially libertarian in nature (if not by choice)...and they're ALL third-world nations. Why is that? Why? Why? Why?
“To do evil, a human being must first of all believe that what he’s doing is good" - Solzhenitsyn
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