Discussion in 'Politics' started by Grampa Murked U, Aug 17, 2012.
Dem registration down in key states - POLITICO.com
This could be very good news for Romney
democrats are shameful people, no one wants to associate with them anymore.
Democrats are experiencing exactly what repubs did just a few short years ago.
They have screwed up so badly even those who wouldnt normally support Romney will.
A new report on voter registration trends finds that Democratic voter registration is down by more than 800,000 since 2008 in eight key battleground states.GOP registration has also declined — but by only 79,000, a tenth of the Democrats’ losses.Meanwhile, registered independents are on the rise, increasing their numbers in those states by nearly half-a-million.The analysis, conducted by centrist Democratic think tank Third Way and appearing first in POLITICO,
I just heard that. Thanks for the link.
800,000 changed registration in a few days. It might be that they want relief from the daily pleas for money coming from the DNC.
They certainly have been during this election cycle.
Good point. There is a lot of shame involved with wanting to ensure that even the poorest, weakest, children, seniors and disabled aren't left out in the cold.
Great point as always Willow. I'm truly ashamed of feeling this way.
You haven't found any of the attacks on Romney below the office they hope to hold? It appears that nearly a million dem voters do
nice try, but folks like you think nothing of calling Romeny a felon, a murderer, a tax evader,, that's why people think you're shameful that and throwing down the fucking race card every 2 seconds. and oh they remember how you treated President Bush and the Palin's I think critical mass has been reached now you just simply have to deal with it asshole.
I am actually one of those people who dropped his affiliation with the democratic party to become a registered independent.
That doesn't mean that democrats are shameful people or whatever nonsense Willow shits out of her mouth.
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