On Wed, 14 Nov 2012 10:12:05 -0500, "Frank Ketchum"
><bkni...@conramp.net> wrote in message
>> On Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:37:48 -0500, "Frank Ketchum"
>> <nos...@thanksanyway.com> wrote:
>>><bkni...@conramp.net> wrote in message
>>>> On Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:25:08 -0500, "Frank Ketchum"
>>>> <nos...@thanksanyway.com> wrote:
>>>>><bkni...@conramp.net> wrote in message
>>>>>No mention of jobs, the economy or foreign policy. I guess those aren't
>>>>>issues to who wrote this.
>>>> I guess someone may have asked other questions, but you just don't
>>>> want to address these. Figures.
>>>Come on Bobby, give me a break. The story just happens to be about the
>>>particular issues where republicans lost and curiously absent from those
>>>issues are jobs, the economy or foreign policy. You can't see through the
>>>selective reporting here? Really? lol
>> Selective or not they are issues that were discussed and you still
>> haven't addressed them.
>Oh, I am required to address them? I was unaware you had issued that order.
No, not a requirement but you generally do. Don't give me that order
>"59% said that abortion should be legal in all or most cases." I always
>hear stats like this. Why is it then that the pro abort crowd would sooner
>die than actually have abortion be a ballot issue? It should be a states
>issue and who is it that won't allow that? Certainly not the pro life
>crowd, they would love to have it up to a vote.
>"a combined 60% said that tax rates should increase either for everyone or
>for those making more than $250,000. Just 35% said the tax rates shouldn't
>increase for anyone."
>Raising tax rates on everyone or just on those making more than 250k is
>quite a different issue don't you think? Why would they lump those together
>in their analysis? Obama ran on the latter, so what is the percentage that
>agree with Obama? Hmm, they don't say. Why is that? Why would they not
>break out their results into all three possibilities?
>"And by a 49%-to-46% margin, voters said that their states should legally
>recognize same-sex marriage." Well, their wording here is awkward and
>unclear. I think they mean 49% in favor and 46% opposed, but then they say
>"margin". That would actually be a 3% margin. In any case, it's simply
>another issue for the states. Put it on statewide ballots and let the chips
>fall where they may. I'm fine with that.
>"65% said most illegal immigrants should be offered a chance to apply for
>legal status" So what? Who said there should be no path to legal status?
>>>Here is some post election fallout that you may want to get familiar with.
>>>Expect to see lots more of this for the next four years.
Yep...very important and we will be living with this for some time.
Here's another one for you.
>> Leaving to play golf, but will read and get back this afternoon.
>Dickhead. It's 25 degrees here.
53 degrees at 11am tee off. Short sleeves by third hole. Nothing but