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The next four years...

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Well, I can promise you one thing for the next four years: IF I can afford to take any vacations with my family, those vacations will only be taken in red states. None of my family's hard-earned vacation dollars will be spent in the states that just made it even harder for us to earn and keep those dollars. As a matter of fact, my wife and I were married in Vegas, and we had planned to return there for our 15th anniversary next April. The morning after the election we decided to celebrate our 15th anniversary in Branson, Missouri instead...
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  1. Super 1's Avatar
    We are boycotting everything that is owned or ran by liberals when possible ...this includes Hollywood ...any major city or business that has supported Obama
  2. fox river pwc's Avatar
    I haven't spent a dime on a typical hollywood movie in over a decade. Why would I give money to people who talk down to me and then produce absolute crap? Hell, I wouldn't go to a movie if it was free and they sent a limo to pick me up. I did buy the DVD of "An American Carol" .
  3. fox river pwc's Avatar
    One other interesting tidbit I heard the other day - haven't researched it to confirm it yet, though...

    For those of us in the heartland of the country who were/are puzzled by the results of the election - as it seemed to many that Romney would have done much better (or won)...well, obama won the popular vote by roughly 2 million votes, right? If you take 5 of the largerst metropolitan areas of the country (LA, NYC, Chicago, Boston, Detroit) and look at the votes, obama got roughly 1 million more votes than Romney in each of those areas (for a difference of roughly 5 million). So, if you take those 5 metro areas out and look at the rest of the country, Romney actually did a few million better than obama. Yeah, this probably doesn't take any of the sting out of the whole deal, but hopefully now you and your neighbors can understand why the election was a bit of a shock.

    Oh yeah, side note, anybody look into voter turnouts in the inner city areas of the battleground states? Pretty interesting to see multiple voting wards with 95-100% turnout, especially when less than half of the eligible voters in the country bothered to cast their ballots. It will sure be interesting to see what happens, as more voter ID laws are passed, with regards to those inner city turnout rates - right ???
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