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#21 Nov 12, 2012
FFinger wrote:
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And the blue half of the country will get most of the fresh water and produce while the red half gets the obese and the majority of unmarried mothers.
no, that would be the blue states with the brood mares and unknown baby daddies.

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#22 Nov 12, 2012
FFinger wrote:
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The Blues states generate about 66% of the tax income for the USA - you may want to re-think that strategy.
No. I'd take my chances. Those in the blue states who generate the income are most likely republicans, so they'd be on the productive side of the wall. You might want to rethink.

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#23 Nov 12, 2012
bored monitor wrote:
She'll get the Republican Bastion of Alabama though. How could we live without it?
If they are productive, fine. All PRODUCTIVE citizens would be welcome. Why should they be kept out just due to where they are from? Typical democrat logic. DUH.

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#24 Nov 12, 2012
FFinger wrote:
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And the blue half of the country will get most of the fresh water and produce while the red half gets the obese and the majority of unmarried mothers.
Nope. You are wrong and you know it. The productive side will make a huge sacrifice and let YOU go to the unproductive side. lol
FFinger

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#25 Nov 12, 2012
Synergy wrote:
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Those in the blue states who generate the income are most likely republicans
"No True Scotsman" fallacy

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#26 Nov 12, 2012
FFinger wrote:
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The Blues states generate about 66% of the tax income for the USA - you may want to re-think that strategy.
I didn't vote for Obama and Iím far from a fan but Iím glad you pointed this out. I know that this is going to get me a post lashing from the hardcore rep on this site but facts are facts.
Everyone seems to be falling for this rich republican myth. 9 out of the 10 poorest states in the USA are red states. I would also like to point out that Louisiana is on that list. When you list the 10 richest states 8 out of 10 are blue states. When it comes to federal spending % wise red states collect more than blue states. In other words red states tend to collect more federal money than they put in and blue states tend to collect less money than they put in. So if the states were divided into the states that paying for the gifts and the states getting the gifts , yes Santa Claus would go with the libs but the little kiddies thatís waiting for him to come down the chimney would go with the reps.

I know Iím going to get slammed by the hardcore reps but thatís fine with me. I like to stand on the side of truth and facts.
P.S I divided my supporting links between libs and reps sites so no one can say itís one sided.

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/economic-... -

http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-1...

http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2011/09/16...

http://www.foxbusiness.com/government/2012/09...
FFinger

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#27 Nov 12, 2012
Synergy wrote:
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Nope. You are wrong and you know it. The productive side will make a huge sacrifice and let YOU go to the unproductive side. lol
Which point is factually incorrect?

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#28 Nov 12, 2012
FFinger wrote:
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Which point is factually incorrect?
Well, perhaps I should rephrase. The producers are welcome on the conservatives side. If they want to stay on the nonproducers side and have everything taken from them, that would be their choice, but they'd be "crossing the border" before long. The producers eventually get tired of proping up. Hmmm....let me think about this further. Those who HAVE contributed and have fallen on hard times and can PROVE it would also be welcome. Let me just break it down for you FFinger so that you can understand what I mean(You KNOW what I mean, but you are just being you.) The gamers, gangbangers and lazy n'er do wells can be on one side and the rest of us can be on the other. There ARE many democrats who produce, but I think we also know who the system gamers, non producters and n'er do wells vote for. Wonder why that is?

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#29 Nov 12, 2012
FFinger wrote:
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"No True Scotsman" fallacy
Well, republicans produce. SOME democrats produce.

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#30 Nov 12, 2012
NYC718 wrote:
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I didn't vote for Obama and Iím far from a fan but Iím glad you pointed this out. I know that this is going to get me a post lashing from the hardcore rep on this site but facts are facts.
Everyone seems to be falling for this rich republican myth. 9 out of the 10 poorest states in the USA are red states. I would also like to point out that Louisiana is on that list. When you list the 10 richest states 8 out of 10 are blue states. When it comes to federal spending % wise red states collect more than blue states. In other words red states tend to collect more federal money than they put in and blue states tend to collect less money than they put in. So if the states were divided into the states that paying for the gifts and the states getting the gifts , yes Santa Claus would go with the libs but the little kiddies thatís waiting for him to come down the chimney would go with the reps.
I know Iím going to get slammed by the hardcore reps but thatís fine with me. I like to stand on the side of truth and facts.
P.S I divided my supporting links between libs and reps sites so no one can say itís one sided.
http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/economic-... -
http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-1...
http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2011/09/16...
http://www.foxbusiness.com/government/2012/09...
Why would you get slammed by the Republicans (I'm not one)? Facts are facts, although you can dispute/debate what they mean. Opinions are like a$$holes, everybody has one. Some opinions are clueless and uneducated, some are not.

Without looking at your sites (I'm testing myself, I've analyzed this kind of thing before, however, my first assumption on the previous analysis was incorrect, which I'll address in the next paragraph) I'd offer a rationale for the "richest" states: they're relatively small, with little or no farming except (probably) for California and Texas, have a lot of federal government employees and jobs related to the government (Virginia and Maryland).

Where was I previously wrong? We performed this analysis (work related project) a couple of years ago. I (wrongly) assumed that a lot of the manufacturing heavy states would be at the top, with union wages and all. If memory serves correct, the only state that assumption was accurate about was New Jersey, which just happens to be the home of a bunch of pharmaceutical companies...

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#31 Nov 12, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Why would you get slammed by the Republicans (I'm not one)? Facts are facts, although you can dispute/debate what they mean. Opinions are like a$$holes, everybody has one. Some opinions are clueless and uneducated, some are not.
Without looking at your sites (I'm testing myself, I've analyzed this kind of thing before, however, my first assumption on the previous analysis was incorrect, which I'll address in the next paragraph) I'd offer a rationale for the "richest" states: they're relatively small, with little or no farming except (probably) for California and Texas, have a lot of federal government employees and jobs related to the government (Virginia and Maryland).
Where was I previously wrong? We performed this analysis (work related project) a couple of years ago. I (wrongly) assumed that a lot of the manufacturing heavy states would be at the top, with union wages and all. If memory serves correct, the only state that assumption was accurate about was New Jersey, which just happens to be the home of a bunch of pharmaceutical companies...
Iím glad you can at least look at the data and then come to a conclusion. Most people would just see lib vs rep and side with whichever party their alliance is to facts be damn.

Donít get wrong I donít believe people in the red states are less productive than the ones in the blue states. In my opinion population size and city and state taxes is a big factor in the data. Blue states tend to have a higher population than red ones so more people paying in. Also some states like New York have state and city taxes that offset the need for federal dollars.

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#32 Nov 12, 2012
NYC718 wrote:
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... Most people would just see lib vs rep and side with whichever party their alliance is to facts be damn.
...
Hence one of my (many) quotes:

An uneducated and clueless voter is a dangerous thing. They tend to vote LiberalÖ

Too many people vote one way or another without having any idea of what's going on.

I was watching a DVR'd TV program called Flashpoint yesterday. In the show, the SWAT team was trying to stop some former gang banger from killing another gang banger. The response was something like "I have to do this, I won't have street cred and they'll come back at me", rather than letting the police arrest the guy and put him in the pokey. That conversation reminded me of certain Topix (and other) recent conversations, some people just don't know what the heck is going on, and many just don't care...
Just Sayin

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#33 Nov 12, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Some opinions are clueless and uneducated, some are not.
Oddly enough, the opinions that agree with you are right and the one that don't are clueless (in your mind)?

Typical disgusting conservative narcissism.
formerresident

Decatur, GA

#34 Nov 12, 2012
The richest state in the country is Connecticut, having the highest per capita income, per person. It has focus on healthcare, insurance, education and entertainment. . It is a blue state.
JW Miliam

Bowdon, GA

#35 Nov 12, 2012
formerresident wrote:
The richest state in the country is Connecticut, having the highest per capita income, per person. It has focus on healthcare, insurance, education and entertainment.. It is a blue state.
Connecticut's ethnic and cultural homogeneity and strong Puritan work ethic explain their collective impulses and their economic success. If they had to deal with an abundance of indolent mud-people in their midst, they would be less willing to share and less successful. This whole red state/blue state argument is a non sequitur. Dependent individuals vote for candidates (red or blue) who will finance their dependence. Because of this propensity, they should be immediately disenfranchised.

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#36 Nov 12, 2012
JW Miliam wrote:
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Connecticut's ethnic and cultural homogeneity and strong Puritan work ethic explain their collective impulses and their economic success. If they had to deal with an abundance of indolent mud-people in their midst, they would be less willing to share and less successful. This whole red state/blue state argument is a non sequitur. Dependent individuals vote for candidates (red or blue) who will finance their dependence. Because of this propensity, they should be immediately disenfranchised.
Sing it, brother.

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#37 Nov 12, 2012
Just Sayin wrote:
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Oddly enough, the opinions that agree with you are right and the one that don't are clueless (in your mind)?
Typical disgusting conservative narcissism.
Oddly enough, the opinions that agree with YOU are correct and the ones that do not are: insert any number of names you call out. Funny how that works, huh?.

Typical disgusting liberal entitlement attitude.
Just Sayin

Douglasville, GA

#38 Nov 12, 2012
Synergy wrote:
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Oddly enough, the opinions that agree with YOU are correct and the ones that do not are: insert any number of names you call out. Funny how that works, huh?.
Typical disgusting liberal entitlement attitude.
It's so CUTE the way you worship Bill in Dville.

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#39 Nov 12, 2012
Just Sayin wrote:
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It's so CUTE the way you worship Bill in Dville.
Huh?

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#40 Nov 12, 2012
Just Sayin wrote:
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It's so CUTE the way you worship Bill in Dville.
Okay. I see what you were referring to.

I worship you, too. Don't you LIKE being worshipped by me?

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