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Doesn't mean said stupidity should go unchallenged...
Perhaps he has stock in an alfalfa farm...
Much less than fascinating if you pay attention. a) 1999 to 2009 is prior to the bulk of, if not the entirety of, ND's oil boom. b) The chart is for INTERSTATE migration. Moving from one side of a state to the other doesn't quite fit the definition.
An oversight on your part: A flat tax is just a less onerous income tax. If the 16th Amendment is repealed, it's unconstitutional. Aside from that: If the tax code is reformed by replacing it with a flat tax w/o repeal of the 16th, how many generations before it's completely mucked up again? (We can start a pool- put me down for 4.)
I keep coming back to one of my favorite Heinlein quotes: "Political labels... are never basic criteria. The human race divides politically into two categories- those who want people to be controlled, and those who have no such desire." Judge all politicians and analysts by that standard (tempered with the principle that, like discipline, the only truly meaningful control is self-control), and it's easier to draw the proper distinctions.
It's supposed to be rather pedestrian to admit this, but I get those numbers from Limbaugh and Herman Cain- possibly others, I can't remember everything I hear. I don't recall what their sources are, but they have specified them (a little tough to make notes when heading down the highway). Rush and others also claim Romney WON Independents in 2012, but the erosion of the base made that demo moot. Which brings the final factor into play: a deliberate, pre-planned, likely computer devised stategy to cheat in just the right precincts to steal an entire state. A few dozen 97%+ urban precincts- Cleveland and Philly come most prominently to mind, though I remember hearing reports from other places which escape me at the moment- tipped their states, throwing those electors to Obama. Which brings us back to the lost McCain voters: "if it ain't close, they can't cheat!"
re: point 2- Pushing impeachment now is rather akin to insisting on staging the Normandy Invasion in September of 1943.
From 3 to 4 million McCain voters followed that philosophy in 2012, and stayed home rather than vote for Romney. The constant refrain "Obama has virtually no hope of reelection" from those of us who absolutely could not believe the polling data, given the results in 2010 (guilty!) may also have been a factor, convincing them their vote wouldn't be missed. How's that workin' out for us?
Yes, it did work- a little too well, though. She reset them all the way back to the mid-70s
Liberalism is... neo-feudalism.
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