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dazzleman
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« on: July 22, 2005, 07:10:51 am »

As a "red" voter who lives in a "blue" state, I agree with you Alcon.  I would also say that it's not at all difficult to find moderate to conservative Republican voters where I live.  Most of my friends are moderate to conservative Republicans, living in New York and Connecticut.
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dazzleman
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« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2005, 06:48:13 pm »

As a "red" voter who lives in a "blue" state, I agree with you Alcon.  I would also say that it's not at all difficult to find moderate to conservative Republican voters where I live.  Most of my friends are moderate to conservative Republicans, living in New York and Connecticut.

and you say I isolate myself from reality only hanging out with people who agree with me.

WTF?  You have said that you wouldn't be friends with anybody who voted for Bush.  I never said that I have no Democratic friends, just that most of my friends happen to be Republicans.  You isolate yourself far more than I do.
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