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Pa. and Obummer

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by MACH4RANDY, Nov 6, 2012.

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  1. MACH4RANDY

    MACH4RANDY Member

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    As many shooter as I see here from Pa.
    And it is going to Obama
    I would have never dreamed
     
  2. zoom

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    The NRA has over 4 million members and 1/3 of them live in PA. I would ask then why PA went the way it did.
     
  3. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Like was said..the districting gives all power to the urban and the rural folk being effectively suppressed...Md has been that way for decades
     
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    <i><blockquote>"The NRA has over 4 million members and 1/3 of them live in PA."</blockquote></I>Around 400,000 in PA is more like it...1.3 mil, never. And how many of them voted?

    Keller
     
  5. daddiooo

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    PA is coal country and Obama is singlehandedly killing that industry. Apparently they haven't started hurting enough up there to realize they voted for more of the same job loss and poverty.

    The Keystone Pipeline would have created thousands of jobs up there as well but Obama put a stop to that also.


    Makes me wonder about the mindset of the PA voters. Hard to understand folks voting for a politician, again, that makes your life worse.
     
  6. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    It's really pretty simple. The voters in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh NEEDED their government entitlements more than the rest of us WANTED our freedoms so more of them bothered to vote.

    Like I said in another thread, our Game Commission sells 953,000 resident hunting licenses every year, there practically is a gun club on every street corner and Pennsylvania is home to the most registered trapshooters yet we elect a Democrat every time!

    Ed
     
  7. BT99

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    It hard to overcome about 4 hundred thousand entitlement seekers in
    Philadelphia. Average Ed has it right.
     
  8. Bernie K

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    The day America died, RIP. You will never see another republican Pres. By the time the next election rolls around there will be more voters riding in the wagon then pulling it. Good by America. Not fiction....fact. Bernie K
     
  9. oskerspap12

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    Calvin has it right........people in rural Md have no say at all in the political arena.That being said there are 4 counties in Md. that control our political outcomes.....the rest of the state need not even bother to vote..............been this way for along time(too long).What we(Marylanders) need is this........One vote per county(add up all the votes per county, whoever wins that county get one vote......add up all the counties.....,and you have your outcome)Pretty simple,and the outcome would have been alot differant........at least it would have in Md.

    D.P.Reynolds
     
  10. AveragEd

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    That's a good idea and because it makes so much sense, the politicos would never allow it.

    Ed
     
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