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    Well based on the photograph of the pick up demolished next to a sign that says "Dip", I would guess the driver was indeed being attentive and dutifully reached for his can of Skoal.
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    1. You don't have to drive to get your welfare check anymore.---
    2. Liberals are already dead.---
    3. Democrats are all unable to obtain Drivers Licenses (voter IDs).---
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    thing about rednecks,when was the last time you have heard of a redneck crashing do to talking on his cb while driving. or it happening so much laws had to be made do to they cannot drive and talk at the same time.
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    I disagree with the first part. I have a friend with a retarded teenager and he is a very safe driver. But I absolutely agree with the second part. The southern states have been fighting with Obama on the illegal immigration issue for a long time now. Especially Texas and Arizona. Very high population of illegals that can't read English, are uninsured, and driving with too many people per vehicle. I have driven in Mexico and I won't do it again, it would be safer to do the ice road trucking, lol
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    @hwyangel Oh yeah that has to be it. Illegals. WAIT!!! California has more illegals than the entire rest of the USA (excepting Texas) put together. Might not be it.
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    @srs606791163 Most likely due to the Red states suffering the most job losses. The South as a rule has always been the poorer states, ie., Mississippi, the Carolina's, Kentucky,etc. California is the richest state due to the
    high tech industries. My state, Ohio, was once the largest steel producers in the world, as well as having Packard
    Electric/ Hewitt, but have been outsourced and factories that once employed 17,000, now employee 150 or less.
    Ohio is a swing state, meaning it can go either...it went for Obama this year, we'll see how it goes next election.
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    Now that we have all the jokes (and some were excellent I might add) out of the way let's just cut to the chase here shall we?

    The guy in the right hand lane doing 40 on the freeway with his blinker on is the pot smoker. The guy jumping in and out of traffic at 90 is the drunk. Red states put pot smokers in prison and check to see if the drunk is a Minister (if he is they give him a ride home) before they write the ticket. It's simple math.

    Blue states are potheads. Red states are drunks praying that nobody finds out they're drunks when it really doesn't matter because 89% of the congregation on Sunday has a hangover.
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    So those leftist, socialist, bleeding heart liberal Democratic states that pay for trauma centers have fewer traffic deaths than rightist, help-your-own-damn-self Republican states that don't waste tax dollars on frivolous medical centers have more traffic deaths? Do they also have more or less drunk driving arrests I wonder?
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    My guess is that the oh so politically correct blue states have tons more of drunk driving arrests, tons more sobriety checkpoints (you know all those rules and regulations being enforced?) and a whole lot of more sophisticated criminal cops in the big cities than in the small towns where a 100.00 bill gets you a ride home and your wife given the keys and location of your car when you get stopped for DWI.
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    Because we like to get off the paved roads and raise a little hell,
    because a Ford F-250 on 44" super swompers is damn hard to steer when you got a cold one in one hand and a southern sweet thang in the other and you are driving with your knee,
    Because driving at night is tougher when our rifles are hanging out the window right next to the spotlight so we can see the pretty deer,
    Or maybe its cause we stay out shrimpin till 4am and have to be at work at 5am, that hour drive in between is the only time we get to sleep.
    Idk, thats been the reasons my friends gave the cops.
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    Well, first tell me the numbers of people living on welfare in the red states versus the Blue states, and then maybe I will address a meaningless stat.
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    First off, this is a meaningless stat.
    I couldn't find a welfare comparison exactly but I did find this wonderful page full of info.
    http://mobile.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/econom... -

    Red states take more and give less then blue states. It even remains true when you look at the county level. So while Republicans view themselves as tax givers and Democrats as the takers the reality is the math shows the exact opposite.
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    @Cheenoguy Blue states have the highest taxes, no doubt. Friend of mine lives in Connecticut, he pays higher property taxes (on a very modest house) than I pay in income taxes in WV.
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    @joyshusband
    And those that have give enough to outweigh those who have not. Not so for us red states.
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    @commonsense51
    I forgot some of you don't care about facts. You prefer to live in a fantasy world. Enjoy it, but I assure that despite its imperfections the real world is a wonderful place.
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    Is it me or is Politix riduculously biased? Where are you coming up with these stories??? Seriously? What's next? Study shows that more conservatives smoke cigarettes compared to liberals. Is everything labeled as a blue or red state?
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    Can you guess where Politix is based.....good old bankrupt California.....Mary and Dave probably went to Berkley and have memorized all of Obama's books
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    "Blue states are less rural, they note, so their citizens typically drive shorter distances or opt for slow-moving public transportation." -- Ironic that this is left to the last part of the article, yet is one of the major contributors. Who writes this garbage?
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    How many people even own cars in NYC and in LA then add the welfare bunch to that most don't own cars,yes I can see this to be true. Why does Politix and the Dems always try to make something out of nothing??????????
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    Okay, I'll take that on . . . having grown up in L.A. and having lived in NYC for 10 years, please allow me to correct your error. I did not own a car while living in NYC because a place to park it was prohibitively expensive. In Los Angeles, however, EVERYBODY has a car because public transportation is an oxymoron there. I do agree that this entire article is an attempt to make a mountain out of a molehill.
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    @buckfan4life2, Wow, talking about stuff you know nothing about huh, man, maybe you should visit NYC then I guarantee you that you'll never say that again. While it is true that many people don't own a car in NY, the majority of ppl there that owned cars are more than all the red states combined. That's the truth.
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    I dunno about you, but when I take the wheelchair out for a spin, I drive low and slow so the ladies can check me out...chicks dig cyborgs.
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    @woodtick57 Nah, but actually I know of a website that sells rims, lights, mod kits etc for wheelchairs. Someday if I have a good job and just want a play chair I might consider it.
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    @Real4WheelDrv My uncle plays in a wheelchair basketball league. some fancy rides out on the court, i can tell you that...
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    funny how idolitry works, isn't it? but i would not bet, my life on it. especially after the idolitors, on the other side lose.
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    LA Times just published an article on 1 in 7 drivers impaired. Number one substance for impairment: THX. Enjoy legalization, the best is yet to come.
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