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SarasotaRepub
01-07-2013, 10:59 AM
My county and city are named Sarasota.

I'm sorry to say that the lean is clearly shifting to the Left and it has SLW and I "concerned" (The DUmmies hate "concerned" :biggrin-new:).

When I moved here the 1st time in the late 90's, Sarasota was still solidly RED. The shift to BLUE started some
years later.

One of the reasons is the congestion over on the FL east coast. The Miami/Dade area is Libtard infested and is
known as NYC South. More of "them" are coming "here" as the Real Estate is cheaper and the traffic less.

Sarasota County still went Red this past election but the City of Sarasota is filled with Latte drinking Libtards. If the trends
continue, the Latte drinkers are going to be in control county wide.

Whole Foods is a Lib magnet and it's right next to
the Bus station which in a way, is quite funny. The bums hang out at Whole Foods and stink up the outside
tables. It's really funny watching these creeps pretend to be sophisticated citizens while they look like
flood victims.

Some times I've seen them sneak in and beg money from the customers. Do the compassionate
Libtards take pity??? Not the times we've seen, they call security. Now we also have Trader Joe's but they picked
a loction away from the normal bum hangouts. For now.

I've been telling SLW it's time to move south to maybe Lee County and I've been looking at houses
in Cape Coral. (Water front homes still priced well :thumbsup:) Time will tell.

How does your County/City compare???

SarasotaRepub
01-07-2013, 06:05 PM
Time Stamp test

Retread
01-07-2013, 06:47 PM
Montgomery Co. TX is mostly conservative (except for The Woodlands) but is not that far from Sheila Jackson-Lee & Gene Green country.

noonwitch
01-07-2013, 10:54 PM
I work in Detroit, which is about as blue as you can get. I live in Warren/Macomb County, which is split. The northern part, which is Candice Miller's congressional district, is pretty conservative and republican. We call that part of the county "the townships", places like Shelby, Washington, and Macomb townships that popped up quickly in the 90s, when they decided to drain the swamps to build McMansions and condominiums.

I live in the city of Warren. We have a republican mayor, but he is a pretty liberal republican (he is against Right To Work). The city council is split. I voted for the mayor because the democrat running against him was a bitch and Mayor Fouts did a pretty good job in his first term. Southern Macomb county, where I live, is part of Sander Levin's congressional district, although Macomb County used to be all one district before the redistricting following the 2000 census.

Novaheart
01-07-2013, 10:55 PM
Pinellas is almost 50/50 R/D in registrations. However about half of our Republicans are what I call "beach Republicans" who most inland Republicans would consider conservative Democrats at most.

My Dad wanted to retire to Naples but Mom nixed that because she wanted to be near major hospitals and an airport as well as the fact that we had been vacationing here all of my life and her bff lives here.

linda22003
01-07-2013, 11:03 PM
I'm in Fairfax County, Virginia. It has the highest population of any Virginia county, as well as the highest incomes, professional jobs, and educational levels in the state. It's also been the engine behind turning a formerly red state blue (or at least purple). Downstate is still solidly red, but the sheer concentration of population in the northern part of the state more than cancels that out.

Odysseus
01-07-2013, 11:36 PM
I'm in Fairfax County, Virginia. It has the highest population of any Virginia county, as well as the highest incomes, professional jobs, and educational levels in the state. It's also been the engine behind turning a formerly red state blue (or at least purple). Downstate is still solidly red, but the sheer concentration of population in the northern part of the state more than cancels that out.

What she said. It's not as bad as when I lived in Manhattan and Los Angeles, but it's still extremely liberal here, but it's more subtle than it is in NYC or LA. The liberals here are the governing class, and they present a moderate front, unlike the lefties in other cities.

Jim54
01-07-2013, 11:48 PM
And about 50/50 split within the cities. I'm about ten miles out of the city. Not a lot of Barry-lovers out here, at lesat.

NJCardFan
01-07-2013, 11:50 PM
My county is mostly made up of blacks, Puerto Ricans, and white trash while the city I live in is mostly black and illegal Mexicans. You do the math.

NJCardFan
01-08-2013, 12:38 AM
My town is a sanctuary city. Tons of illegal Mexicans and the city refuses to do anything about it.

Novaheart
01-08-2013, 12:42 AM
My county is mostly made up of blacks, Puerto Ricans, and white trash while the city I live in is mostly black and illegal Mexicans. You do the math.

That's why it's called the garden state.

Generation Why?
01-08-2013, 01:34 AM
30 minutes from Seattle soooooo it's Left

NJCardFan
01-08-2013, 03:23 AM
That's why it's called the garden state.

Funny how you like to rip on NJ but live in Florida. Talk to me when NJ people start eating each other.

Zeus
01-08-2013, 03:29 AM
My Town & County are Red. Even the declared Democrats are rather conservative. I reside in a town of about 30K people in a county of approx 75K.

City Mayor , County Judge ,Texas House & Senate reps , Governor & US senators are all Republicans.

marv
01-08-2013, 03:57 AM
I feel out of touch here in SW Missouri. There just aren't any libtards to argue politics with. From Springfield south, and Branson west, it's solid red - except for the Springfield News-Leader.......:blue:

Odysseus
01-08-2013, 09:20 AM
That's why it's called the garden state.

No, it's called the Gard State because "The Toxic Waste Dump State" wouldn't fit on the license plates. It's an old joke, but a good one. However, you're not in a position to talk, unless you consider the Florida state pastime of nude cannibalism to be normal behavior.

Zathras
01-08-2013, 09:31 AM
No, it's called the Gard State because "The Toxic Waste Dump State" wouldn't fit on the license plates. It's an old joke, but a good one. However, you're not in a position to talk, unless you consider the Florida state pastime of nude cannibalism to be normal behavior.

Nova would be the last person I'd ask what they think is normal. :vomit:

southernlady
01-08-2013, 09:40 AM
We live inside the city (JUST barely) and this county leans RED by about a 60/40 lean.

noonwitch
01-08-2013, 09:46 AM
Funny how you like to rip on NJ but live in Florida. Talk to me when NJ people start eating each other.


LOL from someone who knows what it is like to have one's hometown ripped on. I've been to Florida.

Novaheart
01-08-2013, 11:19 AM
Funny how you like to rip on NJ but live in Florida. Talk to me when NJ people start eating each other.

Florida and New Jersey are both known for having more than their share of human trash.

Novaheart
01-08-2013, 11:21 AM
No, it's called the Gard State because "The Toxic Waste Dump State" wouldn't fit on the license plates. It's an old joke, but a good one. However, you're not in a position to talk, unless you consider the Florida state pastime of nude cannibalism to be normal behavior.

Not nearly as amusing as the Florida yoots who kill their parents with weedeaters and stuff granny in a septic tank.

Lanie
01-08-2013, 11:52 AM
The town I live in is conservative. That might be okay if they were a normal type of conservative. They're not. It's not enough to say "I'm against gay marriage." No, they also have a doctor's office that refused to see a guy who started dressing like a woman in the middle of his thyroid disease. All Democrats are Socialists. Of course, a lot of these self-righteous Republicans in town are on food stamps, but whatever. Oh, and some actually believe Obama is a Muslim. THAT makes me want to pull my hair out.

They do have their good side. They can be good with charity when they want to be. Also, if they know you well, they'll go to bat for you.