Red county Blue County Map of the united states.

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  1. RDoggy

    RDoggy New Member

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    hemmin all i get is page not found :confused:
     
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    RDoggy New Member

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    I don"t know why i click on it and it works. Try this one.

    There is a link to it on this website.

    www.hannity.com
     
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    I hope you dont actually belive that lol
    from hannity of all people..
     
  5. RDoggy

    RDoggy New Member

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    The other link is from USA today and its the results are from from tuesdays election. Oh by the way denial is not a river in egypt.
     
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    USA Today wrote in their paper on Thursday that nearly 2500 counties in the US were for Bush. They didn't give a total, but that seems like way more than half. Many states have less than 30 counties.

    As to the red vs. blue just look at CNN or other Leftist media - they all show that most of the country does support Bush. Even in the states Kerry won, there still is a huge Bush turnout. Look at Illinois. Only the Chicago area is blue, the rest of the state is red. (CNN allows you to look at a state by county breakdown). Wisconsin is nearly 50/50. New Hampshire is close. California is split amongst the cities. Oregon is mostly red. The list goes on and on...

    bob
     
  7. The_Neon_Cowboy

    The_Neon_Cowboy Well-Known Member

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    well figure this in a well kerry went negitive like mad....

    only 6+ million spent on attack kerry ads
    over 68 million spent on attack bush ads

    the media (print & network) like 68% negitive news about the president 30 positive
    70% postive news on kerry 30 % negitive

    not to mention the bias media only focusing on the "negitives" of IRAQ etx...

    so not only did bush OWN kerry he did itfrom a point wer he was at a super massive disadvantage....
     
  8. ToshiroOC

    ToshiroOC Unbiased.

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    What is your source for the spending by Bush against Kerry? Does it include 527 ads?
     
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    BS as usual.I've heard that claim before too..I cant belive how slow people can be in this country...sad :(
     

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