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How the (other) other half thinks [Nov. 9th, 2004|11:03 pm]
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The second chart, with no studies, math or polls at all behind it, was much easier:

If you cannot read the small print, here's the full text:

Bush lied about WMD's
Bush destroyed the economy
Bush trampled civil rights
Bush killed thousands for personal gain
Liked Kerry (the smallest group)
Ideological differences*

* Includes disagreements with the following:
Republican "Minorities and poor people should not be allowed to vote" ideology
Republican "Steal from the poor to feed the rich" ideology
Republican "Different is evil" ideology
Republican "The ultra-rich shouldn't pay taxes" ideology
Republican "No free speech for people who disagree with us" ideology
Republican "Rich Republicans are above the law" ideology
Republican "We seek full control over your pathetic lives" ideology

[User Picture]From: leora
2004-11-10 07:45 am (UTC)
Why is liked Kerry totally separate? I both liked Kerry and hated Bush for many reasons.
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[User Picture]From: blimix
2004-11-10 08:03 am (UTC)
You are absolutely right, of course.

I did that solely to enhance the joke. I thought about placing the circle in/near the center of the others for accuracy, but the humor of the (small) disjoint set was too great to pass up.
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[User Picture]From: iriri
2004-11-10 02:54 pm (UTC)
That makes me feel better.

I've heard so many times, "I don't LIKE Kerry but I hate Bush" from people.

Well, screw them, I liked Kerry! SO THERE!
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