Sean says with a bit of interest in his voice, "Hey Tom, I see you got a PDA there. It is very small!"
"I can fit it in my pocket!" Tom replies happily.
"Awesome!" "But you better look in my office..." says Sean sheepishly. Tom looks in the office and sees a HUGE computer.
Wall to wall computing!
"Amazing" says Tom. "It must be one of the biggest, best computers on earth!"
"It sure is.", says Sean with a confident smile. "It sure is."
Looks like Sean scored a powerful computer doesnt it?
But lets compare :
Big computer (ILLIAC IV)
Processing Power: 13MHz
Cost : $31 million
(Little computer)Palm Tunsten T5
What am I getting at?
It really does have alot of red on it!
(red being counties that voted republican of coarse)
So they bragged and bragged about how liberalism is dying, and how "made up the countries mind is".
Just another News day there on Fox News Channel.
Red on the Population Density Map means something else. It means more dense population.
The red on this map contains the majority of US population.
For some reason the poeple who lived in an urban setting and not in a farm or a small town tend to be pretty liberal.
"As people do better, they start voting like Republicans - unless they have too
much education and vote Democratic, which proves there can be too much of a good
thing." -Karl Rove
Even to the point to where they will use religion to hate, attack, and even kill people that they do not like.
I would never make a blanket statement about people who do not live near a city. Especialy since I grew up in a small rural community. I fed cows and "Bucked Bails" of hay. But I also went to the churches and listen to them talk over the dinner table. I learned religion is stronger than anyone can imagine in the xenophobic farmlands of America. The country-side is a place where the liberal idea of religious and racial tolerance is not considered a virtue.
Holy-hate is applauded and respected by many "country-folks".
I had been threatened and even assaulted because I didn't "love Jesus" when I lived out in the country. And that, my friends, is the heart of christianity: Believe what you've been told, don't ask questions, and pity/disconnect with the ones that do not share your views. That is what they tried to teach me. I thought others would not buy it, too.
I was wrong.