Thursday, December 22, 2011

Red State v. Blue State - An Update

Whenever a debate breaks out with a "Progressive," they try to lie their way through that debate, frame the argument in whatever light they choose, and basically just set up strawmen and knock them down. I have never run across a "Progressive" that possesses any debating skill at all because they cannot comprehend mathematics, science, language, history, geography, philosophy, logic, nor any other topic that is needed for successful debate.

Which brings about my return to Your MoM. I gotta see what really happened with the elections last year and make a prediction on what the future holds.

I penned a post in March of 2010 pointing out the Red-Blue division of the States to try to dispel the stupidity regarding Mississippi being considered a "Red State." Here's the rundown. At the time, there were fourteen (14) true Red states, twenty-seven (27) Blue states, and nine (9) states that were split. Of course, the Smartest President in History thinks that there are sixty (60) states, but I am not as smart as he is, so I only count fifty (50).

Since we have had three years of wonderful leadership from Barry Obama, I thought that I would check on how many states he has added to the Blue column.

The states that are currently Red by my legitimate standard are Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Twenty-nine total. (Gains in BOLD. Holds in italics.) Notice that not one single state was LOST?

Last year: States with budgets controlled by Republicans are Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

The states that are currently run by imbecilic morons are Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia. Fifteen total. (Gains in BOLD. Holds in italics.) How many GAINS do you count?

Those states that are run by smart people and dumb people are Alaska, Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, New York, and Oregon. Six total. (Gains in BOLD. Holds in italics.)

Last year: The state houses are split in nine states, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia.

Let's do the tally of what the election of Barry Obama has done to the roster. When Barry took office, he had twenty-seven Blue states, fourteen Red, and nine mixed. Republicans picked up fifteen states and Democrats lost twelve. Of the fifteen states that the Republicans picked up, eight came straight from the Democrats instead of filtering through the split thingy. In other words, the midterm elections were an absolute SLAUGHTER for Obama's policies and those of his moronic party. I honestly believe that the bludgeoning they took last year points toward even The McCainiac being electable next year. Hell, the Republicans could probably run Bob Dole and still win.

Also, you are probably wondering why I would post the 1976 Presidential Election results map. It was to point out that all the racists left the Democrat Party back in the 1960s. And that Nixon developed the Southern Strategy that brought all the racists to the Republican Party, even though he did not carry the South in 1968, every state but Massachusetts voted for him in 1972, and then Southern folks went for Jimmuh Cartuh in 1976. Strange, that racist thing is kinda a big, fat lie. Oh, it came from Democrats/"Progressives."

Don't believe me about the new Red v. Blue? Check it!

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