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In This Thread, a map of the Kah-lee-fon-yah recall vote. Can't believe SF voted 81%

http://vote2003.ss.ca.gov/Returns/recall/mapN4.htm

as yuo'll see, there is a polarity between the rural and urban counties. It was expected that the rural counties would see to it that Davis would be recalled, but i must confess, i can't believe so many San Fran tards voted yes to keeping him. 81 PERCENT!! WTF?? haven't they suffered enough???

i'm telling ya, yuo're average San Fran tard really does have his head up his ass. Another thing that should be noted about the red areas. 90% of college graduates aka student tards live in those counties...

tsk tsk tsk..what are we to do with student tards?

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yeah, i was surprised Arnie did so well in his home county (49%) I really expected Davis to get a lot more

LA County results:
Against the recall - 911,811 (50.94%)
For the recall - 877,955 (49.05%)
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It is a well known fact that Democrats have more appeal among better educated people ( you can just have a look at the map of States voted for Bush ). Less educated people with obsolete views ( mostly still the same old English XVII-XVIII century Protestant mentality ) vote for GOP. No wonder, San-Fran is a very educated city.
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the younger set, yes, ys. however, the older set of san franciscans (those who aren't making it a priority to vote...are for the most part gop.
That's basically what I said, younger people tend to have more progressive views, while older people tend to have more conservative and obsolete views.

I remember in old Soviet times in university we had so called "Political Education", and sometimes they would invote some high postition Communist Party ideologist to talk to us. And they openly said isomething like - "It is much easier for us ( USSR ) to deal with Rep presidents than with Dem presidents. Because Reps are basically the American version of Communist party of USSR, very conservative, orthodox, stubborn and therefore predictable. They are our mirror reflection, and that is why we understand each other so well. As soon as US had Dem president, there was a confirontation ( Kennedy, Johnson, Carter ), but with Rep Presidents it was always possible to negootiate ( Nixon, Ford, Reagan ) and it would result in detente.
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I remember in old Soviet times in university we had so called "Political Education", and sometimes they would invote some high postition Communist Party ideologist to talk to us. And they openly said isomething like - "It is much easier for us ( USSR ) to deal with Rep presidents than with Dem presidents. Because Reps are basically the American version of Communist party of USSR, very conservative, orthodox, stubborn and therefore predictable. They are our mirror reflection, and that is why we understand each other so well. As soon as US had Dem president, there was a confirontation ( Kennedy, Johnson, Carter ), but with Rep Presidents it was always possible to negootiate ( Nixon, Ford, Reagan ) and it would result in detente.

LOLLLLLL TROOF! YS, OH THAT IS THE TROOF!!!

even the Commies discovered that democrats are a bunch of irrational morans!!

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lefty democrats are by nature: lazy, moranic, looking for a free ride, misunderstanding intellect with ability to do something worthwhile, noisy, troublesome, whiney piss & moan, wacko, flighty, emotional, veiny drifter cock

that is all

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Maybe SF people knew what they'd be in for with Arnie in power so voted to keep Davis instead. You know what they say, the lesser of two evils.
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