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Since no one chose to enlighten me, I guess I'll just take it that there's an element of Republicans out there who still believe in Manifest Destiny. (I only say Republicans because they themselves claim to be the "right wing".)Originally posted by OperaTenor:
I checked out Serenity's link above, got a couple of chuckles, and started to wonder what the right-wingers were doing to counter this kind of stuff. I found this: Right Wing Stuff, which featured images such as this:
<img src="http://www.operatenor.100megs24.com/oil.gif" alt=" - " />
Anyone care to 'splain the reasoning behind this?
Perhaps you're overestimating your survey group? (He said as he blatantly pandered to a stereotype in search of a cheap laugh.Ub. ED)Originally posted by RC:
How so many people could still feel the need to belong to such a narrow clique after graduating high school is beyond me.
"Soccer Mom" here.The pollsters talk about 'the soccer moms' being a crucial swing vote and their fears for the safety of their families so it's logical for the Bush team to play up those fears.
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