Skip to comments.Does anybody know what the Jew and Catholic was?
Posted on 11/07/2012 1:44:55 PM PST by Anti-Hillary
Where can I find it. Just curious
Are you asking how they voted?
Obama won catholics by 2, “other” by 51, Romney won Protestants by 15
heard Jews voted 70% for obamaugabe...
Stop me if you’ve heard this one...
A Rabbi and a Priest walk into a polling station...
Wasn’t that a joke on Caddy Shack?
I dunno, I imagine heavily for Obama.
Is 70% Jewish vote lower than the last time? I see the “Catholic” vote (which includes people who haven’t been to church since they were baptized) for Obama dropped significantly.
...doing in the Casino?
The Catholic was gambling. The Jew was dealing the cards.
Is that where you were going with this?
i believe it was 78% in ‘08....
Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara. I think they’re both still alive.
From what I found, 69-70% of the Jewish vote went to Dear Leader.
That means that 8-9% of the Jews woke up over the last four years. (78% of the Jewish vote went for O in 2008) I’m praying for another 10% over the next four.
Heh, heh. Sounds vaguely familiar.
OPPS!!!! Forgot to type the word “vote”. Hilarious! No wonder all the great posts! You guys crack me up!
The Jew and the Catholic were out fishing on the lake, when they both realized the beer was back on the shore.
The Catholic got out of the boat, walked across the water, retrieved the beer and walked back to the boat.
The Jew, not to be outdone by a mere Catholic, attempted the same thing, and promptly sank to the bottom of the lake.
The Catholic muttered to himself, “Stupid bastard didn’t know where the rocks were...”
That question is dripping with anti-Semitism and Catholiphobia.
Mike Medvid just talked about this on his radio show. With Jews, Romney increased the jewish vote from 21% to over 36%. With Catholic whites; around 40% to over 64%. Hispanics were unchanged.
Catholics (CINOS mostly) voted 57% for Obama. I don’t know what it was in 2008.
Romney got twice the number of Jewish votes that McCain. McCain got 22% of the Jewish vote and Romney got 32%.
He got half of the catholic voters. But the bigger question is which group stayed home by the millions?
Romney won at least 74% of the Evangelical vote.
OPPS!!!! Forgot to type the word vote. Hilarious!
And these weren't all fringe Catholics either.
CNN found that Obama did better than expected among voters who attended church weekly (39-59%)
White Evangelicals voted for Romney 78-21%
Protestants voted for Romney 57-42%
This means to counterbalance that 78-21%, the rest of the Protestants -- the liberal mainliners + minority Protestants (if they were in equal #s to the White Evangelicals) voted for Obama by about a 63-36% margin...We know blacks went for Obama about 9.5+ out of 10...and Hispanics went for Obama 71-27%...the latter per CNN exit polling data
So the biggest religious contributers to Obama were:
* #1 Black Protestants
* #2 Hispanics & Jews (near 70%)
* #4 Religious Protestant Mainliners (probably would be found in upper 50s percentile)
* #5 Non-Hispanic Catholics (Considering the overall 50-48% included Hispanics, the non-Hispanic Catholic vote was probably close to half)
The only stat I heard was that those Catholics who attend church at least once per week went mostly to Romney. Those who attended less frequently went to Obama.
So it seems that half of Catholics did not “vote their conscience” but simply ignored it.
An e-mail from the RJC says it was 69 percent, and they stress the percentage increase of Jews who voted Republican: from 22 percent 32 percent—an increase of 50 percent.
Into a bar?
Are you from the future? What happens to the Jews and Catholics?
Uhhh. Isn’t that pretty near everybody? Maybe Romney got 100% of the Zoroastrian vote.
“Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara. I think theyre both still alive”
SERENITY NOW.SERENETY NOW.SERENITY NOW
Oscar Mayer and Sinead O’Connor.
Foreign based religions are unmoved by local concerns.
more likely orthodox Jews who came of age.
Like I said, Obama only got 21% of the Evangelical vote...(yeah, I know stupid to think that even 1 in 5 Evangelicals voted for Obama)...so, I suppose, that's kinda close to "near everybody"
Yet, here on an FR thread from earlier today, you have people trying to throw the people that held the greatest allegiance to the GoP under the bus...see Romney Loss - Evangelicals "Again" Stayed Home
(Now, one could say that such Evangelicals were misguided in tossing their votes away on a loser who claimed to be a direct rival of THE God ... a pro-abort liberal RINO ... and that such Evangelicals have seared their conscience moving from pro-life voting to pro-abort voting, thereby tossing the pre-born under the bus...but perhaps they needed a lesson in reality -- that voting for the pragmatic utilitarian political relativist worldview isn't any better than the "don't-hold-to-your-convictions" worldview many militated against this past election season...
As a Catholic I am ashamed how many so called catholics voted for the abortionist in chief. I have decided to no longer tithe until the church decides once and for all to take a serious stand.
Well, at least all the calling and donating to the RJC did something.