if you want to say something, then say itNastie_Bowie said:Wallowing in your arrogant ignorance, yet again.
Forgive me for not being specific.
Voting for a candidate just because of party affiliation is not something to be proud of.
You really want me to get into the issues here? I'll be happy to, since you seem to think I'm some ignorant moron of a 20something with his head up his ass.Nastie_Bowie said:Sounds to me like getting the "Evil Republicans" replaced by the "Uber Godly Democrats" to me. What about voting for a candidate on his/her individual qualities, stand on issues, etc.?
Most college kids are more interested in getting drunk/high/laid, and don't have a clue, yet, as to the ways of the world. While thay may feel that they know it all, they don't. Most have a "pie in the sky" attitude about politics, not to mention the fact that most college proffessors are raging lefties. It takes a number of years of life's experiences to make an intelligent decision with respect to politics, imnsho.
So, stick that in yer pipe and smoke it!
Pax, man.DrunkCajun said:N_B
Well its hard not to assume when your reply almost immediately followed mine, and especially not considering your hostile attitude towards the fact that "OMG I'm only 24 and have political opinions!11!!" Combined with the lovely attitude shown by the Saratoga Republican party, it wasn't surprising to me to think that your reply was directed towards me.
I've met many Republicans that I respect, and for the most part have no problem with them. However, when they start abusing their power to disenfranchise my vote, I start taking very aggressive and violent issue with it. Sorry if I'm very touchy about my democratic rights, but I am. I've lived and visited enough places where they were stepped on regularly to know that it isn't a good way to run a country.
And for the record, I'm only talking about the local Rep. party where I used to live. I do not extend these judgements beyond upstate NY.
Ask me the same question in 20 years. Kinda hard to explain to someone filled with the exuberance of youth.Garbad_the_Weak said:Why does 20 years of doing the same thing make you wise?
Don't get me wrong, I think college kids are generally morons, just curious what you think. I haven't seen much wisdom with age, at least beyond a point.
Shh! You shouldn't admit that, man, are you nuts??Nastie_Bowie said:Cheezus, I voted for Jimmy Carter.
I am too old for that bull. Seriously, I want to know. I won't argue with you no matter what, I just was curious.Nastie_Bowie said:Ask me the same question in 20 years. Kinda hard to explain to someone filled with the exuberance of youth.