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Forum Post: "poor" Republican "values" and (R)ich Republican excess -- please explain this paradox!

Posted 2 years ago on June 24, 2012, 12:33 p.m. EST by Underdog (2971) from Clermont, FL
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It is a fact that there are both (R)ich and "poor" that belong to the (R) party. It is obvious why the (R)ich would align with the (R) party, since they promote big-business agendas. But why are the "poor" (R)s unable to see that by continuing to vote for the (R)ich candidates that they are continuing to perpetuate the (R)ich agenda? The "poor" (R)s vote "traditional values" like anti-abortion, anti-gay, anti-this and anti-that (basically anti-liberal) and completely ignore the much more sinister and harmful economic agenda of the (R)ich.

If you are an (R), and make less than $32k per year (50% of all working Americans fall in this class according to the IRS), how do you justify voting purely for the "values" side of the party platform and completely ignore the Big-Business (R)ich side of it? How??? Please explain yourself.

Do you enjoy working at Wal-Mart?

Jesus may bless you for voting Republican, but the (R)ich damn sure won't!!!!



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