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  1. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    of course there is gerrymandering but that is not why democrats got a million more votes than republicans. each district has the same number of people in it. each distict chose one person to represent them. it is meaningles to suggest that because democrats had a higher turnout in their districts that that means anything. in 2010 the republicans got more total votes and they will again in 2014. all it means is in 2012, democrats were more energized.

  2. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    delusional! each district had the same number of people in it! you dont design districts based on voter turn out! close races had a higher turnout and a lot of gop races just were not close!

  3. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    ahhh…funny liberals pretending to be conservatives!! well at least he will get health insurance until he is 26 and i am sure liberal laws will make it impossible to kick him out or charge him rent!

  4. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    how soon they forget Diana Feinstein objected to the electoral count in Ohio in 2004 and delayed counting the electoral votes for one day. Was she denying reality?

  5. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    In 46 states and the District of Columbia, President Obama did worse in 2012 than he did in 2008, winning by less or losing by more. The vote in most counties, too, shifted to the political right.

    how do you like that math!

  6. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    so if ANY one of the GOP says anything, it means the whole GOP says it or is behind it? GOOD!!

    Then the democrats think islands will tip over, there are 57 states, and the mars rover can go to where the astronauts landed on mars!!!

  7. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury almost 2 years ago

    “Romney refuses to own up to what we have been saying about him…therefore he is a liar”

  8. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury about 2 years ago

    Although Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was of conscription age during the Vietnam War, he neither was drafted for nor enlisted in the U.S. armed forces at that time. He received a total of four draft deferments between 1965 and 1970, three for academic studies (i.e., student deferments) and one for serving as a ‘minister of religion’ while performing Mormon missionary work in France. By the time his deferments ended, Mitt Romney’s birth date had been drawn at number 300 in the Selective Service lottery; since the highest lottery number called for that group was 195, Romney was not drafted into the service.
    (from snopes)

  9. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury about 2 years ago

    Romney went to the NAACP annual meeting and personally said that the past LDS policy you are talking about was wrong and he did not and does not and never did agree with it.

    Do you want public addresses from all NFL team owners and baseball team owners about their participation in their aversions to black team members in the past?

    It was wrong. Romney publically said so even though it had been decades after LDS dropped the racist policy.

  10. unintent2000 commented on Doonesbury about 2 years ago

    wow! so you are going to go there? why don’t you pick on the Amish or priest or pastors next for getting war deferments? this is probably the lowest thing I have seen GT do.