Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither, and lose both.
-- Benjamin Franklin

What do these states have in common?

What do these states have in common?

  • North Dakota
  • Georgia
  • Arizona
  • Tennessee
  • Montana
  • South Dakota
  • Indiana
  • South Carolina
  • West Virginia
  • North Carolina
  • Kentucky
  • Arkansas
  • Virginia
  • Florida
  • Missouri
  • Colorado
  • New Mexico
  • Iowa
  • Ohio
  • Nevada

Give up?

All of these states went to Bush in the last election. The all also have current net approval ratings (postive% – negative%) for Bush of -10% or less. The figures range from -10% in North Dakota, to -31% in Nevada. There are six more states that voted for Bush where the net approval is negative but less than 10%. There are only four states — the intellectual and population centers of Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Nebraska — where Bush receives a positive net approval. These results are as of April in the monthly nationwide survey by SurveyUSA. (Did you know that if the District of Columbus were made a state, Wyoming would rank 51st in population?)

All I can say to the citizens of the twenty states listed above is “Told you so.”

Wait, there’s one more thing I can say:

Thanks a bunch, a**holes.

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