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Response to Ichingcarpenter (Original post)

Sat Nov 10, 2012, 01:22 PM

14. Another map, AND a SOLUTION:

Here is another map that provides a clearer view of the United States than the misleading All or Nothing Red vs Blue maps in the OP.

This is a precinct map showing the percentage of the vote in 2008.

AS you can see, thee is no Red vs Blue,
but all shades of purple.

The SOLUTION:
The South is BEAUTIFUL,
and belongs to us ALL.
Many areas are BLUE, or on the cusp of going Blue.
Instead of smugly pointing fingers from a lofty perch,
MOVE to The South.
Claim YOUR piece,
and help us change The South.

The benefits for YOU:
*Low Cost of Living

*LOW Winter Energy Consumption

*Long Growing Season

*Pristine, Inexpensive, Non-Toxic Land

*Abundant Clean Water

*Clean Rivers (You can actually EAT the fish you catch!)

*The Opportunity to become a Producer instead of a Consumer.

*Radically reduce YOUR Carbon Footprint

*Your BLUE vote weighs MORE

*The Peace of Mind knowing you are Making a Difference instead of just bitching!


...but whatever you do,
do NOT move to the Ouachita Mountains of West Central Arkansas.


---bvar22 & Starkraven
helping turn The South Blue!



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Ichingcarpenter Nov 2012 OP
moondust Nov 2012 #1
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pokerfan Nov 2012 #2
yardwork Nov 2012 #12
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Dustlawyer Nov 2012 #5
d_r Nov 2012 #6
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Bucky Nov 2012 #11
yardwork Nov 2012 #13
ThoughtCriminal Nov 2012 #15
malaise Nov 2012 #7
GeorgeGist Nov 2012 #8
highplainsdem Nov 2012 #10
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bvar22 Nov 2012 #14
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