Message from Deleted User in Nice Respectable People Group #general


2018-11-12 23:32:48 UTC  

@Jacob In the primaries, no. In the general election, yes

2018-11-12 23:32:55 UTC  

well

2018-11-12 23:33:02 UTC  

Obama raised black turnout in the general

2018-11-12 23:33:25 UTC  

@Freiheit - CA I think that they’re pushing back because our rhetoric. Just sayin.

2018-11-12 23:33:39 UTC  

Could be...I just ordered lunch though.

2018-11-12 23:33:51 UTC  

You Easterners need to mind the time zone difference

2018-11-12 23:33:53 UTC  

Lol

2018-11-12 23:34:07 UTC  

They have a white hetero couple in the article too.

2018-11-12 23:34:16 UTC  

That's a relief

2018-11-12 23:34:34 UTC  

There’s also two dudes with their Husky.

2018-11-12 23:35:07 UTC  

Better they adopt dogs than children

2018-11-12 23:35:14 UTC  

Thoughts?

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/481597551272001546/511685436175941633/Screenshot_20181112-003908_Samsung_Internet.jpg

2018-11-12 23:37:12 UTC  

For all the focus on college educated suburbanites, the GOP underperformed Trump by even more with the working class. The obvious solution is for them to stop being the Chamber of Commerce party

2018-11-12 23:37:14 UTC  

College indoctrinates you to vote against your own self interests?

2018-11-12 23:37:23 UTC  

Women are no longer allowed to go to college. Period.

2018-11-12 23:37:45 UTC  

It doesn't factor in race. White women voted mostly for Trump.

2018-11-12 23:37:57 UTC  

Race is a much bigger deal than gender here.

2018-11-12 23:37:58 UTC  

Women aren't allowed to vote! We going back to original voting system. Only white men who own land.

2018-11-12 23:38:11 UTC  

Yes it does. This is white only. @sigruna14

2018-11-12 23:38:34 UTC  

People don't usually vote based on ideology. They vote based on social groups. College educated whites women in particular can afford to live away from the downsides of diversity and vote based on virtue signaling

2018-11-12 23:38:36 UTC  

@Josh M. -OH or only married women could vote.

2018-11-12 23:38:55 UTC  

Republicans need to co-opt some left wing policies to appeal to working class people

2018-11-12 23:39:01 UTC  

@Deleted Usermen and women.

2018-11-12 23:39:03 UTC  

just... uh... don't frame it that way

2018-11-12 23:39:05 UTC  

And women vote their hormones.

2018-11-12 23:39:05 UTC  

Ah, I see now. Interesting, I remember those older maps, you know "this is how the election would have turned out if only x voted," and the map for white women was still very red, though less than for men.

2018-11-12 23:39:06 UTC  

Having kids makes the biggest difference in how women vote. It matters for men too, but less so

2018-11-12 23:39:11 UTC  

I'd allow that compromise. Maybe women who own land too?

2018-11-12 23:39:20 UTC  

We should host voting drives in working class white areas as was suggested by @Jacob

2018-11-12 23:39:36 UTC  

ya this tbh

2018-11-12 23:39:49 UTC  

Family vote would also give the people in general more power.

2018-11-12 23:39:54 UTC  

Since less votes = more value per vote.

2018-11-12 23:39:55 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/481597551272001546/511686613344976899/1541831218159m.jpg

2018-11-12 23:40:08 UTC  

I would say we should focus on the suburbs too, but the working class first and foremost

2018-11-12 23:40:18 UTC  

@Freiheit - CA yes bc some women are widows.

2018-11-12 23:40:26 UTC  

Yeah

2018-11-12 23:40:30 UTC  

How about just making people pass a civics test to become a registered voter? I'd say 80% of dems and 70% of republicans couldn't pass the citizenship test

2018-11-12 23:40:38 UTC  

It seems that republicans have lost popularity among all whites.

2018-11-12 23:40:42 UTC  

George Washington's mother. Yeah

2018-11-12 23:41:06 UTC  

@Josh M. -OH That's the one. Race and college make the biggest difference. What that map tells me is that if college weren't a commie brainwashing camp and the country were white supermajority, it wouldn't really matter if women voted or not.

2018-11-12 23:41:10 UTC  

Those maps are 2012. Trump won whites in Iowa and Minnesota