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jobycom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-16-07 01:33 PM
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11. It's not about the candidate, it's about the voters.
See, Democrats come in two types. Educated elite, and unwashed masses. So whichever candidate they choose, you know it's bad.

Another angle--if Obama loses, they can say "The Democrats rejected the intelligent one for the popular one." If he wins: "The Democratic elite are again picking their out-of-touch candidates."

We are less fortunate. We can't divide the Republicans into groups like that. They are all one mass of homogenized, white, stupid, murdering shitheads. We can be sure their candidate will be, too.
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