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America Nears El Tipping Pointo

bigdawgworking Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 9:40 PM
Ho hum. Another article written in future tense. Conservatives seem to forget that a few years ago, they made predictions. What happend? Did they occur? When conservatives use future tense for the same issue what the are doing is stating that their predictions failed. Only one problem: conservatives are wrong. Their predictions were correct. Example: 3 years ago, conservatives predicted that doctors will (future tense) leave the profession if Obamacare passed. Today, conservatives still use future tense as if their predictions were wrong. But, doctors left (past tense). Doctors are leaving (present tense). When you use future tense and NEVER check your predictions, people stop believing you.
red-dot-in-a-blue-state Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 9:43 PM
Does your post have anything to do with what Coulter wrote? Go away, nincompoop.

I apologize to America's young people, whose dashed dreams and dim employment prospects I had laughed at, believing these to be a direct result of their voting for Obama.

On closer examination, it turns out that young voters, aged 18-29, overwhelmingly supported Romney. But only the white ones.

According to Pew Research, 54 percent of white voters under 30 voted for Romney and only 41 percent for Obama. That's the same percentage Reagan got from the entire white population in 1980. Even the Lena Dunham demographic -- white women under 30 -- slightly favored Romney.

Reagan got...