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Thread: Native Born Texans voted 51% for Beto vs. 48% for Cruz

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    Quote Originally Posted by grnamin View Post


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    I just shot water out my nose j was laughing so hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletdog View Post
    This I have seen first hand. My question is: How come it didn't work on me? Or all the other people that didn't fall for it?
    Good question. I don't know the answer.
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    You guys have to have at least 20% of the voters being illegals to get those numbers. I can't believe that Texas is 50/50 Dem/Rep. Unless it's all just bullshit and Texas is the New California like Colorado is becoming.

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    I was hoping that part of "draining the swamp" would be putting an end to voter fraud and illegals voting. Guess we haven't gotten to that part of the swamp yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tx_Aggie View Post
    There are hundreds of thousands of college aged kids who's parents more or less allowed them to be raised by the public school system, whether they are "anchor babies" or 6th generation American, all they know is the progressive, leftist, propaganda they've been bombarded with daily since elementary school. Many of them are so deeply indoctrinated they have difficulty even questioning what they've been told to believe.
    Agreed. That is the master plan. Jimmy Carter KNEW what he was doing when he created the Department of Indoctrination (Education).

    Quote Originally Posted by 7n6 View Post
    You guys have to have at least 20% of the voters being illegals to get those numbers. I can't believe that Texas is 50/50 Dem/Rep. Unless it's all just bullshit and Texas is the New California like Colorado is becoming.
    Both of the above. Now that Colorado has been successfully taken over, the locust swarms from CA are descending on Arizona and Texas. It's just a matter of time before those states turn dark blue. Add the thousands of illegal alien votes and it will happen that much sooner. Were going to see TWO (D) senators in AZ in the next 10 years or LESS. Mark my words.

    So far, the federal courts have ruled that states cannot have an electoral system. THAT imho is the only thing that will save the republic. Even California would be a red state if the rest of the state got as much of a say as San Fransisco and L.A. do...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletdog View Post
    I was hoping that part of "draining the swamp" would be putting an end to voter fraud and illegals voting. Guess we haven't gotten to that part of the swamp yet.
    I'm starting to think that we've hit the tipping point on that one. The millions that are illegally voting (D) now, will just do it legally then next time that there is a (D) POTUS. There will be amnesty at some point, then they will all have voter registration. The moderate progressive RINOs are on board too. The support to fix this is not there. Whats worse, the areas with the worse offenders are all (D) controlled. They are not going to cut off their own food supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletdog View Post
    I was hoping that part of "draining the swamp" would be putting an end to voter fraud and illegals voting. Guess we haven't gotten to that part of the swamp yet.
    Agreed, stop illegals from coming here by building a wall, adding border security, deporting illegals here and ending voter fraud need to be top priority items, although it will be hard to act on them with the Dems controlling the House.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7n6 View Post
    You guys have to have at least 20% of the voters being illegals to get those numbers. I can't believe that Texas is 50/50 Dem/Rep. Unless it's all just bullshit and Texas is the New California like Colorado is becoming.
    Your premise is wrong. I don't doubt there were some illegal votes; however, it appears we simply had a bunch of lazy-assed Rs and the Ds got out the vote better. There are 15.6 million total registered voters in Texas and only 53% of that total voted in the midterms.

    It was much worse in the 2018 primary where only 10% of total registered voters bothered to vote.
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    Grass roots, all politics are local.
    If you want Texas to stay Red, what needs to happen is State and Local political leaders need to get out very regularly and press the flesh and meet the voters and explain to them why the R brand is better for them.
    It does no good to sit in an ivory tower for a year and a half and then begrudgingly go out for six months and try to get re elected. The Governor and the Lieutenant Governor need to be getting down on the ground at least once a week to establish the brand. They need to be getting with Mayors and R Candidates to make their point.
    A big part of "Representing" people is actually getting down on the ground and listening to them as you take note of their concerns.

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