You are a real sleuth.
This too in addition to what?
Wha? Is there context to this?
There was before you replied and edited it away. Are you familiar with the concept of reading?
We don’t need to educate voters as much as we need them to just get out an vote.
Let me guess: After you confirm a bunch of things I’ve written via your own comments, you’ll still turn around at the end and make some sort of comment to the effect that I don’t know what I’m talking about.
Hmnn. Well said.
Thank you, assuming you’re being sincere.
VYAZMA translated: “Ouch.”
Yeah-ouch! Let’s get back to the Free-will thread. You can tell us all how god gave us the power of free-will to fight evil.
If I remember correctly, you were going to settle the issue once and for all with a handful or so of short and simple posts. I don’t see why you’d need me to complicate your simple agenda by bringing God into it.
Right, confirming my point that educating voters is tough. Most are like you. They vote for the party and don’t really care much about the facts. Give them studies and they’ll lean toward Obama’s 77-cent statistic.
Yeah you are bright. Educating people to vote Republican must be difficult.
How do you educate people to vote against their own interests?
That’s a problem you’ll have to worry about. The Republicans are having an image problem…
Must be because you guys suck at educating voters.(to vote against their own interests.)
The average Republican voter is better informed than the average liberal voter. Democrats have the advantage with a highly educated minority (some might call this an “elite”) and among low-information voters. Republicans have the advantage in the in-between. Statistically, that suggests that a better informed electorate will favor Republican policies ... unless we go too far and give them multiple PhDs and grant them tenure, in which case they’ll vote Democrat.
Why would I need proof of unfairness?
Because you claimed the Ledbetter Act was unfair. That’s why. Did you have any proof?
Where did I say the Ledbetter Act was unfair? Do you have any proof?
No? That’s what I thought.
You took the words right out of my mouth.
I said the Ledbetter law makes it possible to easily win civil lawsuits because of the way it sidesteps the statute of limitations. Are you the one I questioned about the statute of limitations? Did you skip the question?
You confirmed for me that you don’t care whether the law is unfair, so long as it advances your liberal/leftist causes. So why do you need proof if you don’t care? Answer: You need it for the sake of your interminable word games. Play on, Democrat voter.
If you make a claim it’s nice to have proof. But you don’t have to have it. You’re OK.
It’s nice that you occasionally grant me the free ride you regularly take advantage of yourself.
Logical extension: A law that makes it unfairly easy to sue over gender-based pay discrimination is good…
See right here. How do you prove your statement? I don’t think it’s unfair.
Changed your mind for the sake of argument? Cute.
“Yes. It’s a good thing because it forces the issue.”
I say it isn’t unfair. Now prove me wrong!
Given that you’ve claimed it’s fair, I’d say the burden of proof rests on you to prove you’ve sincerely changed your mind. Prove it. What led you to change your mind, other than a sincere aspiration to see yourself as a successful gadfly?