Wed Aug 15, 2012, 05:37 PM
rocktivity (42,227 posts)
Mitt needs help making Venn diagrams -- LET'S SHOW HIM HOW!
Last edited Fri Aug 24, 2012, 10:58 AM - Edit history (1)
This is a how a Venn diagram works:
This, published by the Romney campaign, is NOT how a Venn diagram works:
Its lack of accuracy is beside the point. Venn diagrams are not flowcharts -- the intersection of the circles is supposed to represent the elements that the circles have in common. Like this:
Mitt obviously needs our help. So here's a diagram blank you can download:
I purposely made it 600px wide so you'll have room for lettering -- please shrink to about 400px before uploading. So let's give Mitt and Ryan a hand -- and you're welcome to do some for Obama/Biden, too!
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Mitt needs help making Venn diagrams -- LET'S SHOW HIM HOW! (Original post)
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Response to rocktivity (Original post)
Wed Aug 15, 2012, 05:49 PM
KansDem (28,498 posts)
2. This is the biggest load of horseshit in years...
Obama has a job plan. The GOP is blocking it!
Jeffrey Liebman: Republicans Are Blocking Obama's Jobs Plan
Nine months ago, the president outlined his American Jobs Act and independent economists said it would create as many as 1.9 million jobs.
President Obama's ideas are not radical ones. Many of them, like investing in infrastructure, encouraging clean energy and allowing businesses to expense new investments, were supported by Gov. Romney in the past. But, as a presidential candidate, he has decided to reposition himself as a believer in the same excessive budget cutting that has choked off the economic recovery in Europe and plunged that continent into another economic crisis.
Republicans in Congress are the only thing that is preventing these measures from putting more Americans back to work right now. If Mitt Romney really wanted to get job growth going, he would tell his Republican colleagues to stop blocking the president's proposals.
Response to rocktivity (Reply #20)
Wed Sep 5, 2012, 11:37 AM
JDPriestly (57,936 posts)
22. Wow! I already gave someone else first prize for the best Venn diagram of the year,
but your diagrams, all of them rocktivity, make it a multi-fold prize. Great job.