Red States vs. Blue States - 1861 vs. 2004

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  1. Mystikalilusion

    Mystikalilusion Founding Member

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    Not trying to make any political waves with this image, just thought it was interesting.
     
  2. LSUDeek

    LSUDeek All That She Wants...

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    Doesn't surprise me any. Honestly I would have voted for Clark if he had a (D) by his name. Kerry/Dean = buffoons.
     
  3. Sourdoughman

    Sourdoughman TigerFan of LSU and the Tigerman

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    I think it will be interesting when those red states grow in 2006 and beyond! :hihi: :lol:
    Thank You CBS and Newsweek for your fabricated stories! :thumb:
     
  4. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    Not trying to make this fire bigger but let's see what this gasoline will do.
     
  5. MFn G I M P

    MFn G I M P Founding Member

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    That's right everybody in the south thinks slavery should be brought back.
     
  6. Mystikalilusion

    Mystikalilusion Founding Member

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    Editor's Note:

    ***Not trying to make any political waves with this image, just thought it was interesting.*** <---- BRIGHT NEON FLASHING SIGN

    Did not intend for this to mean that there is a comparison between current political affiliations and slavery.

    Just an interesting comparison of images is all.
     
  7. Contained Chaos

    Contained Chaos Don't we all?

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    I think it's also interesting to look at the governors of certain states and compare them to their electoral color. California and Louisiana are two examples, although most don't consider Arnold a 'true' republican.
     
  8. saltyone

    saltyone So Mote It Be

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    Blanco will be the last democrat we have as governor for awhile. The democrats can enjoy it while it lasts. Both senators will be republican soon also. Look at the other southern states. Democrats have lost their hold.

    We could never get a true "conservative" as governor in CA. Just wouldn't happen. We are glad to have Arnold however. Call it a step in the right direction.
     
  9. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Well, since we've had only one republican elected governor in Louisiana in over 125 years and only one republican senator . . . I wouldn't hold my breath.

    The pendulum always swings back. The republicans have overreached on social security, the budget deficit, illegal immigration, Terry Schiavo, and they completely stepped on their peckers over Iraq.

    49% of the country didn't vote republican in 2004 . . . and rising.
     
  10. Berge

    Berge Founding Member

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    I have a quote to add the to "9 Things I Hate About Everyone" thread.

    :hihi: :grin:
     

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