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States Choose Own Paths With One-party Governments

Bayou Charley Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:22 AM
The different outcomes in the states, if there is one, will not be noticed or known by the average voter as they only hear soundbites from the major news outlets. It will make no difference. Not only that, but any state in trouble, especially a Democrat state, will be subsidized by the rest through bale outs by the Feds.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:28 AM
People in Michigan know.

Look at the map. The sociopaths rule the cities...where a lot of voter fraud is comitted.

In order to believe voter fraud and suppression don't occur you would either have to believe black people LOVE, LOVE poverty and crime or that they have done a really good job.

Again, look at the maps.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:28 AM
People in Michigan know.

Look at the map. The sociopaths rule the cities...where a lot of voter fraud is comitted.

In order to believe voter fraud and suppression don't occur you would either have to believe black people LOVE, LOVE poverty and crime or that they have done a really good job.

Again, look at the maps.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:28 AM
People in Michigan know.

Look at the map. The sociopaths rule the cities...where a lot of voter fraud is comitted.

In order to believe voter fraud and suppression don't occur you would either have to believe black people LOVE, LOVE poverty and crime or that they have done a really good job.

Again, look at the maps.

In Washington, Americans have two-party government, with a Democratic president and Senate and a Republican House. We had it before November's election and will have it again for the next two years.

Looking back from 2014, we will have had two-party government for most of the preceding two decades, for six years of Bill Clinton's presidency, three and a half years of George W. Bush's and four years of Barack Obama's.

But in most of the 50 states, American voters seem to have opted for something very much like one-party government.

Starting next month, Americans in 25...