Discussion in 'Politics' started by bigrebnc1775, Jun 2, 2012.
I don't think they were very informed about the person they voted for
As opposed to people who vote Republican who think Dinosaurs are extinct because Noah didn't have room for them on the Ark?
I voted for McCain last time, but I'm voting for Obama this time because Mitt Romney is a horrible human being... and a Mormon. But I repeat myself.
Some make assumptions based on color. I think the libs do this all the time, which is why they group people and then address each group differently. The last election, we had some voting on color, some voting because they thought Obama would give them things and others were trying to prove they weren't racist. Should be about issues and solutions, but we all know better.
Reminds me of a bumper sticker I saw. "If you voted for Obama last time to prove you weren't a racist, vote for someone else this time to prove you're not an idiot."
Maybe if you would watch the video before commenting you would not look like an obama supporter.
The people in the video thought Palin was the one who said America had 57 states.
I didn't need to watch more than two seconds of it to figure out what kind of video it was....
Frankly, the real problem Republicans have.
If you don't make six figures, you don't have any real good reason to vote for them because they simply do not give a sh it about you.
They just get you worked up about guns or abortions or gays and you morons vote for them, anyway.
Wasn't always that way, I think even George W. Bush cared about working class folks on some level.
But I think they've just kind of concluded you guys are stupid and can be easily manipulated when they blow the dog whistles.
Amazing, but they'll believe anything without question. I suppose they believe Bush is the one who said "corpsemen." I thought it was bad enough that some confused the real Palin with Tina Fey's skits on SNL. It's just so easy to fool these people.
What kind of video was it that only 2 seconds was all you needed to watch? It was a video with people giving their answers to questions they were asked.
Yep you need to take a look at my other thread I started MSNBC 2008
it's always funny watching rightwingnut hacks criticize others for not being rightwingnut hacks.
you guys crack me up.
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