Sun Apr 29, 2012, 08:47 AM
Scuba (26,764 posts)
What does a middle-class American who is thinking of voting Republican look like?
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What does a middle-class American who is thinking of voting Republican look like? (Original post)
|Tennessee Gal||Apr 2012||#3|
Response to allan01 (Reply #2)
Sun Apr 29, 2012, 10:00 AM
Tennessee Gal (6,160 posts)
3. Of course the republican party has done nothing for the middle class,
but most are too ignorant to understand that. Or they vote on one or two issues ... guns and abortion. They have been willfully brainwashed.
Response to Scuba (Original post)
Sun Apr 29, 2012, 01:34 PM
SharonAnn (9,649 posts)
5. I'm surrounded by them. Incredible cognitive dissonance.
This includes women who think that the GOP doesn't really mean it about banning abortion and contraception.
Response to SharonAnn (Reply #5)
Sun Apr 29, 2012, 08:02 PM
tech3149 (3,309 posts)
6. I've got more than a few aquianteces who consider themselves Repulican
They don't look any different than me but they seem to have no compassion or empathy for people who haven't been as lucky or privileged as we were. I can't say that my life was particularly easy but I didn't feel overly burdened by what I paid to be a part of a functional society.
Most of those that consider themselves to be conservative tend to forget all the common social benefits that helped get them where they are today. The rest are the victims of 24/7 propaganda that any Russian from 40 years ago would have laughed at.