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We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
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We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
https://www.rawstory.com/2018/03/republi...g-science/

Quote:Republican voters are becoming increasingly less educated — according to science

Quote:There are several key attributes that define the Republican Party in its modern incarnation: its overwhelming whiteness; its self-reported religiosity; its slavish devotion to a man who boasts he could shoot supporters and not lose a single vote, thus proving his point. Moving forward, that list should probably also include as a distinguishing factor the fact that the party is less educated than its Democrat political rivals, and growing increasingly more so.



Dumb as fucking rocks.
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RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
-they forgot it's oldness.  Millennials overwhelmingly reject the entire republican party....and they're about to be the largest bloc of voters the us has ever seen.  T-three years or less, Tick Tock to 2020, 2022, and 2024.

The party of lincoln isn't long for this world, and they only have themselves to blame for it.
The essence of poverty, is that it annihilates the future - Orwell.

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#3
RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
Provided the Supreme Court rules against partisan gerrymandering, and it seems likely that Kennedy will.
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#4
RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
The thing about partisan gerrymandering is that it might allow a minority to retain control of a majority for a time, but it doesn't change the demographics and becomes..at a point, unsustainable-over-time.  The gerrymandered districts eventually become filled with political opposition and the overton window adjusts accordingly.
The essence of poverty, is that it annihilates the future - Orwell.

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RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
The republicunts don't think long-term, Khem.  They can't look beyond the next election cycle or too many of them will have died.
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#6
RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
They're making inroads into the unions. Union member votes and money are loosening up in response to diverging interests from the Democrats.

Probably should have been a national discussion about it prior instead of Dem party poohbahs just deciding for everyone.

Maybe it's not too late to fix it ?
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RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
The biggest single problem facing the workers of this country is that unions have lost their clout.  The corporate pricks own everything including the government.  There is no one left to defend the rights of the workers.
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RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
(March 31, 2018 at 1:35 pm)Khemikal Wrote: -they forgot it's oldness.  Millennials overwhelmingly reject the entire republican party....and they're about to be the largest bloc of voters the us has ever seen.  T-three years or less, Tick Tock to 2020, 2022, and 2024.  

The party of lincoln isn't long for this world, and they only have themselves to blame for it.

HEY,........... look,............ I'm trying to die a quickly as I know how. You'll just need to be patient.

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RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
(March 31, 2018 at 1:35 pm)Khemikal Wrote: -they forgot it's oldness.  Millennials overwhelmingly reject the entire republican party....and they're about to be the largest bloc of voters the us has ever seen.  T-three years or less, Tick Tock to 2020, 2022, and 2024.

The party of lincoln isn't long for this world, and they only have themselves to blame for it.

Part of me would love to see them finally examine themselves, and hopefully reform, and maybe move it back to the days when being a Republican was still at the very least morally defensible (which could mean anything from the days when Republicans were at least aware that openly flouting their racism was something they shouldn't do to the days of Teddy Roosevelt).

The rest of me knows the powers that be have no interest in bringing them closer to center.

Perhaps there might be a split, where the radicalized members and the less horrible ones form their own parties, probably leading to a long period of Democratic dominance like the last time the Republican Party split.
I was born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world is mad.

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RE: We Didn't Need A Study To Tell Us This
Yup, the party of STUPID - and proud of it. Republicans are fucking idiots.
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.

Albert Einstein
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