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Outnumbered: Presidential Voters Exceeded Full-time Workers by 14 Million

vietnamvet Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 10:54 AM
The Republicans who voted for Obama, and the 'independents' that voted for Obama were drawn to him by their own desire to freeload. Nobody (that I have ever heard) has said that all freeloaders are Democrats. The only possible excuse for those Republican and 'independent' freeloaders might be that they thought Obama was something special, something different. Had they known the truth about him, I like to believe they would have mitigated their desire to freeload in favor of protecting the nation.
In November 2008, the Americans who turned out to vote in the presidential election outnumbered the Americans who turned out to work full-time by more than 14 million.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 118,423,000 Americans worked full-time in November 2008. According to the University of California at Santa Barbara's American Presidency Project, 132,645,504 people turned out to vote in that month's presidential election.

The presidential election voters outnumbered the full-time workers by 14,222,504.

In that election, then-Sen. Barack Obama won 69,297,997 popular votes and Sen. John McCain won 59,597,530. The 14,222,504 margin between presidential voters and full-time workers...