Discussion in 'Politics' started by Conservative, Feb 1, 2012.
Battleground-State Voters Leaving the Democratic Party - 2012 Decoded
let the libtard spin, begin
so you think it will translate into more republican votes?
did I 'say' it would?
How amusing.....when The BIG Story is.......
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I think it is a reflection of the disillusionment of the voting populace with both parties. And of course this year the Dem race was uncontested while the Republican race was contested for a couple of primaries.
And I think some of it has to do with local politics. I know in my county the election is always decided in the primaries. Democrats have no chance here in the general and if you want your vote to count you have to register as Republican because Republicans always win.
In another thread, it was shown that Independents are shying off of Romney.
It is looking like it might be a record year for the lowest turnout for Presidential election. Maybe if Trump runs a third party ....
Of course it all depends on the State and local elections too. Good local and state races can bring out the folks to vote.
More people are switching to "independent" from BOTH parties. This isn't some shocking revelation.
Along those lines, why wouldn't the Republicans allow those independents to vote in the Primary in California...it makes no political sense, but that is exactly what they did.
Lots of states hold 'closed' primaries, on BOTH sides of the political fence. You're whining because CA Republicans did what Republicans AND Democrats in other states do?
Your feigned outrage is noted.
No you didnt say yet.
Why dont you answer the question and then we will know what you said?
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