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Old 04-25-2012, 05:06 PM
 
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Originally Posted by adiosToreador View Post
Too much red and too much bold for my liking. Sounds like you have a personal problem.

America is NOT a conservative country. Get used to it, Jack.
I was not stating my personal opinion when I said that. I was stating statistics from the Gallup poll, that shows Conservative outnumber liberals approx. 2:1. And Conservatism is on the increase, liberalism on the decline. Get used to it, Jack.

Conservatives Maintain Edge as Top Ideological Group#
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Old 04-25-2012, 05:11 PM
 
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Can any conservative explain how in a "Conservative Country, period" a Marxist, Socialist, fascist, Kenyan, Muslim that hates America was elected with a majority of the popular vote?

It seems like the truth doesn't match the OP's rhetoric.
30 Million Registered Republicans didn't vote in 2008. Obama won by 10 million with a record Democratic turnout. It's simple math really. If all the Republicans got off their a$$es and voted, and then you factor in the millions who won't vote for Obama this year that did last time, Obama could go down in a major landslide. Even if he got the same amount of votes this time around, which he won't, if just half of the Republicans who didn't vote in 2008 go out this time around, he still loses.
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Old 04-25-2012, 05:24 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles, California
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I was not stating my personal opinion when I said that. I was stating statistics from the Gallup poll, that shows Conservative outnumber liberals approx. 2:1. And Conservatism is on the increase, liberalism on the decline. Get used to it, Jack.

Conservatives Maintain Edge as Top Ideological Group#
Some biased reporting with some biased party administering the poll? Why am I not surprised.

America is NOT a conservative country.

Get used to it, Jack.
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