Skip to comments.California do you really want to secede? (Cartoon)
Posted on 11/14/2004 10:17:24 PM PST by tophat9000
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George W. Bush (R) 17,329.... 67.2%
John F. Kerry (D) 8,254.... 32%
I live right on the LA/Orange county border, I live in Orange county but all my friends and personal business are across the road in LA County ... in my general area it's about 80 % Bush
San Diego has several of military bases, that might have something to do with it.
Well, I'll say this about New Jersey, too many darn tolls. Whenever I'd visit my grandmother it was like pulling teeth. I hate driving in New Jersey.
Ditto. Tom's not done yet. he has gotten his name recognition up. Fox goes to him quite often now. He has aspirations and won't give up on CA.
See my tag line for my Blue/Red map theory
I saw one at Mirimar a few years ago. It was awesome. I've been thinking of moving to San Diego for a while. I live behind enemy lines (Los Angeles county). It's really amazing how different San Diego is from here.
"It's funny how liberals want to tell everybody how to live their lives. And yet the lefties are all one massive earthquake or tidal wave away from extinction. When the polar caps melt, there goes the left and east coast."
Now we know why they are so in an uproar against Global Warming! LOL
That's a good point.
Karen and I live in Western, NC near Asheville, so we don't have a clue in the mental thought-process on the Left Coast.
LOL, I like that one. Sink Holes hugh? Not bad.
The blue counties remind me of Zits for some reason...
It's not the water, it's the secret "Kool-aid IN the water" plot. In massive amounts obviously, LOL
BTW I'm in West LA, I know what I'm talking about.
It really the same thing across the country it the heavy population urban areas the are Lib get out side of those area even in Calif. and it get conservative real fast
People come to Calif but see very little of it... there surprised once they get out of the urban areas and see the "other" if. I knew a mid west farm boy the that took a drive throughout the Inland Empire and then up the Central Valley on the I-5 and was blown away because it was just like home except "bigger"
Pretty easy to understand. If you base your assumptions of
California on what you read, see, and hear in the media
then there is reason to be puzzled. However, what you won't
see is that there is a massive inland agricultural and area
known as the Central Valley in the north and San Joaquin
Valley in the south. The towns here are basically little
different than the rest of "fly-over" American in terms of
the attitudes of the people. We, the 'folks of the red' re-
sent being lumped together with the whack jobs of the media
centers of LA and SF as do our conservative brethren who
suffer from minority status within the blue areas.
Excellent pictogram of the voting demograpic results. Thany you! Y'all might want to get this around on the web. Maybe sent it to Rush for him to post on his web site. Regards, Mark and Karen, from Western, NC.
Hence, my tag-line.
Does this mean that tall buildings cause liberalism?
If you take out Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Alameda counties, California goes Bush.
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