Discussion in 'Politics' started by Missourian, Oct 25, 2010.
I don't expect that to go without trouble; the last census and elections brought about re-districting in Texas and the Ds would have none of it; re: Tom Delay
Yes Redistricting will be the biggest victory for the Republicans in the end. Red States are on the rise while Blue States are in decline. The Republicans will have much more to celebrate besides their election victories on Nov. 2nd. Blue States really are dying.
I think I remember that, didn't they flee to Oklahoma to deny a quorum?
Someone posts a chart that claims Blue states support Red states in 3...2...1...
There is no doubt that Blue States are in decline. Red States are on the rapid rise though. Redistricting will show this. Most Blue States have become miserable Third World disasters. It is what it is.
The Dems will keep the State Senate and Legislature in NY - they'll be the ones doing the re-districting.
Doesn't matter. Blue States are losing seats while Red States are adding them. The overall representation will favor Red States well into the future. Basically most Blue States are big fails at this point while Red States are beginning to rise. It's true.
I certainly wouldn't take that to the bank...the division today is 32/30 and all 62 State Senators are up for re-election.
Districts should not be gerrymandered.
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