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Old Today, 10:29 PM
Status: "NEVER try to ride the angriest bull in the pen." (set 9 days ago)
Location: Dallas, TX
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It's a mistake to bring in the most famous ideological extremes by popular stereotype. Not to mention a sample size of one is not a valid comparison. Attacks against the left highlight California. Attacks against the right highlight Mississippi (and sometimes Alabama and Oklahoma).

I suggest other comparisons - note well I'm giving the benefit of the doubt here (taking the most prosperous and respected of the red and blue states of roughly similar population and economic roles.

OK, I'll pick two of each. All are prosperous mid to upper-mid sized states:

Minnesota, Georgia, Washington (State), North Carolina. Then and only then can you consider California and Texas.
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