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Lies & Clever Myths

hjismsm105 Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 11:23 AM
Steve, I think you are mostly wrong on your analysis. First, I think most of the evangelicals you are talking about that did not vote for Romney did not vote because, even though they despised the commie obama, they knew if Romney was elected that they would possibly lose some of their government bennies, Re: the moocher class of evangelicals, as there is a big group of them also. So, instead of voting for a commie, they chose not to vote at all. Or, secondly, they realized that if Romney was elected he would create jobs and in that case they would have to get off their unemployment benefits and actually go back to work, and they certainly did not want to do that so they decided to not vote as they could not vote for the commie!
annfan_777 Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 9:04 PM
That is one of the most ignorant opinions I've ever heard. You are clueless.

The best thing about math is that it’s a constant. The numbers are what they are. That’s why I’m a data guy, because as a person that believes in absolute truth I have a tendency to like things cut and dried.

Leading up to the 2012 election several lies and clever myths were postulated by the ruling class know-it-alls and the charlatans who act on their behalf, and you can bet they will continue peddling their wares this year in light of the results. But the beauty of real numbers is they cut through all the horse puckey right to the...