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    This reminds of the tests they use to force black voters in the south take during the 50's and 60's to keep them from voting.

    Is this what the Moonbats want to do again?

    Keeping the people whom you hate from voting is not what America is about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    The uninformed, by definition, do not know that they are uninformed. No one has informed them of the fact that they are uninformed so they vote. Of course, even being informed that one is uninformed does not mean that the uninformed will believed it. Now we have the question, if the uninformed are informed that they are uninformed and the don't accept that they are uninformed are they now wilfully uninformed? Is wilfully uninformed an oxymoron? They are without a doubt woefully uninformed, but either way they still vote. I cite DU and it's members as prime examples of the uninformed being informed that they are uninformed, disregarding the information, remaining uninformed and voting anyways against their best interests because they are wilfully uninformed of what is in their best interests.

    ... just something to consider.
    That's a great definition of DU.
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    JI7 (1000+ posts) Wed Sep-10-08 08:35 PM
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    4. the uninformed make up a large percentage of the republican voters
    they think they are informed though.


    the undecided, independent types make up a group that is mostly unfinformed but they think they are better or above those who are party members. they lack positions on things mostly because they are ignorant of the issues and what is going on in the world but they cover that up by saying they are open minded and listen to all sides.
    But all people who vote Dem are informed. Got it.
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    This guy thinks only Dems can have lawn signs!!

    YOY Donating Member (1000+ posts) Thu Sep-11-08 10:41 AM
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    My Fundie neighbor has put up a McSame sign in retaliation to my Obama sign
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    I do not wear my political beliefs on my sleeve (save my lawn sign and Obama button as of recently.) I have no intention of damaging their property but I am aching to put up a well written sign in my own lawn with an arrow pointing to their sign (small lawns...)

    Any ideas as to what it should say DUers?
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    I do not wear my political beliefs on my sleeve
    What a load of BS - all DUmmy's wear their political beliefs on their sleeve. It's why they post at the DUmp.
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    4. the uninformed make up a large percentage of the republican voters
    Well..........when I was uninformed I voted Democrat....It was when I became informed and well read that I knew the truth and began voting Republican.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan D. Doty View Post
    This reminds of the tests they use to force black voters in the south take during the 50's and 60's to keep them from voting.

    Is this what the Moonbats want to do again?

    Keeping the people whom you hate from voting is not what America is about.
    It's not about keeping any specific demographic - unless ignorant people are a demographic from voting. But do we really need people voting who think that the president gets to make laws or that that the judiciary gets to make laws?
    Stand up for what is right, even if you have to stand alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol View Post
    Well..........when I was uninformed I voted Democrat....It was when I became informed and well read that I knew the truth and began voting Republican.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one.
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    POP Quiz for the DUmpers ... who was 'Chamberlain' and why was he wrong?

    If you can answer that, then you are educated enough to vote.

    :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOldLady View Post
    POP Quiz for the DUmpers ... who was 'Chamberlain' and why was he wrong?

    If you can answer that, then you are educated enough to vote.

    :p
    As much as I like your mode of thought - I think American voters need to know American History rather than british. I'm thinking that if you can't answer questions like: Who was president during the American Revolution? Who is the father of the constitution? Who wrote the bill of rights? Which president founded the Democrat party? Which part of government was given the power of the purse?
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