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  • houghtam
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    Originally posted by barryr View Post
    Democrat voters always like to believe they are so objective, yet they are the least tolerant and open-minded of anybody. They are already making their Hillary buttons without even knowing who is running and no chance they make a switch unless Hillary drops out. A woman that stayed with a creep of a husband just to get political power. Yeah, what a great role model for women and those supposed women's rights groups will support her despite the hypocrisy. "Women don't need a man to get what she wants in life." Well Hillary did, but that's "different." Idiots. No wonder why they are so desperate to make the Libya fiasco go away.
    It's gone.

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  • barryr
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    Democrat voters always like to believe they are so objective, yet they are the least tolerant and open-minded of anybody. They are already making their Hillary buttons without even knowing who is running and no chance they make a switch unless Hillary drops out. A woman that stayed with a creep of a husband just to get political power. Yeah, what a great role model for women and those supposed women's rights groups will support her despite the hypocrisy. "Women don't need a man to get what she wants in life." Well Hillary did, but that's "different." Idiots. No wonder why they are so desperate to make the Libya fiasco go away.

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  • Arkie
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    Originally posted by Pony Boy View Post
    I live in a county that is 95% registered Democrats and there are never any Republicans on the county and city ballots.

    That same 95% of registered Democrats will always without exception vote a straight Republican ticket for National Congressional and Presidential elections ....... go figure? I'm sure you can find this same scenario in many counties in Arkansas if that’s were you are from.
    The sheriff's election in my county was always a tight race between two democrats to see who continues on to beat the Republican 80-20%.

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  • Arkie
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    Originally posted by W*GS View Post


    More disgust at the GOP doesn't mean eventual Democratic rule.

    The LP is, for all intents and purposes, completely irrelevant.
    Agreed. Your graph shows the Republicans and Democrats are losing more independent thinkers. Just because the Republicans are losing more doesn't mean all the voters are going to do a 180 and vote for the party that opposes most of their values.

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  • Pony Boy
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    Originally posted by Arkie View Post
    Democrats will never go unopposed.
    I live in a county that is 95% registered Democrats and there are never any Republicans on the county and city ballots.

    That same 95% of registered Democrats will always without exception vote a straight Republican ticket for National Congressional and Presidential elections ....... go figure? I'm sure you can find this same scenario in many counties in Arkansas if that’s were you are from.

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  • W*GS
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    Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
    Wow, that's one big heaping serving of association fallacy, light on the association.
    Every time AGW comes up, the heaping helpings of BS from you put Everest to shame.

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  • BroncoBeavis
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    Originally posted by W*GS View Post
    Good. You've learned that getting your knowledge of the science from the Donald is stupid, so you've abandoned that view.

    Now you want to discuss policy. Why? I thought AGW was a fraud or a hoax, according to your political ideology. Make up your mind, please.
    Wow, that's one big heaping serving of association fallacy, light on the association.

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  • Fedaykin
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    Originally posted by Arkie View Post
    The same could be said for the decline of the Republican party. Democrats are down from 2008 too. Republicans will just be forced to change to appeal to half the people. It's politics 101. That's a good thing. Democrats will never go unopposed. Independents are at a record 45%. Democrats are wishfully thinking this means we may become a one party system that Democrats rule.
    I have no interest in one party rule. I barely tolerate 2 party rule. I would much prefer at least a half dozen parties.

    In lieu of that, I will happy watch the self destruction of the current extremist R party.

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  • W*GS
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    Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
    What kind of climate-related economic regulations has the Donald lobbied for?
    Good. You've learned that getting your knowledge of the science from the Donald is stupid, so you've abandoned that view.

    Now you want to discuss policy. Why? I thought AGW was a fraud or a hoax, according to your political ideology. Make up your mind, please.

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  • W*GS
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    Originally posted by Arkie View Post
    The same could be said for the decline of the Republican party. Democrats are down from 2008 too. Republicans will just be forced to change to appeal to half the people. It's politics 101. That's a good thing. Democrats will never go unopposed. Independents are at a record 45%. Democrats are wishfully thinking this means we may become a one party system that Democrats rule.


    More disgust at the GOP doesn't mean eventual Democratic rule.

    The LP is, for all intents and purposes, completely irrelevant.

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  • BroncoBeavis
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    Originally posted by W*GS View Post
    I'll take Hansen over Trump.

    You'll take Trump. 'Nuff said.
    What kind of climate-related economic regulations has the Donald lobbied for?

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  • Arkie
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    Originally posted by W*GS View Post
    That's been the case for decades now.

    At some point, perhaps even before the earth is incinerated by the sun, libertarianism might matter.
    The same could be said for the decline of the Republican party. Democrats are down from 2008 too. Republicans will just be forced to change to appeal to half the people. It's politics 101. That's a good thing. Democrats will never go unopposed. Independents are at a record 45%. Democrats are wishfully thinking this means we may become a one party system that Democrats rule.

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  • W*GS
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    Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
    -Wagsy's Hero, James Hansen
    I'll take Hansen over Trump.

    You'll take Trump. 'Nuff said.

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  • BroncoBeavis
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    Originally posted by W*GS View Post
    Can't you guys come up with anything newer than Al Gore smack?

    Here's the right's science advisor:

    That brings me to Al Gore’s book and movie of the same name: An Inconvenient Truth....The movie seems to me powerful and the book complements it, adding useful explanations. It is hard to predict how this unusual presentation will be received by the public; but Gore has put together a coherent account of a complex topic that Americans desperately need to understand. The story is scientifically accurate and yet should be understandable to the public, a public that is less and less drawn to science.
    -Wagsy's Hero, James Hansen

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  • W*GS
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    Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
    Sorry kid, but anyone who watches An Inconvenient Truth, looks at it's science advisor and says "That guy, he's a real scientist" must've learned almost everything he knew about science from Brian Fantana.
    Can't you guys come up with anything newer than Al Gore smack?

    Here's the right's science advisor:

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