Grand_Moff_Joseph: Yeah, me too. Looking back on it, I've actually moved from center-right to center-left over the years.But really, if WND thinks that Millenials and the kids after us are all going to age into tea partiers, they're REALLY high on crack.
majestic: Complete opposite for me. For years I was a hardcore republican dittohead. Thought anyone poor was stupid. Then I had kids. I lost my job in 2008 and couldn't find a comparable one until nearly 2010. Had to resort to unemployment and medicaid for the wife and kids. Had to work shiatty menial jobs for awhile.Now..... Rush and the Right can go get farked in the ear.
rumpelstiltskin: occamswrist:Democratic presidential nominees consistently receive over 80% of the vote from reporters. Tell me that can happen without some bias creeping in to their reporting. Do you think reporters are robots?Fox news is farking terrible at this, but just because their shiat stinks the worst it doesn't mean yours doesn't stink.Or reporters could be unbiased, yet vote Democratic because their research leads them to believe the Republicans are full of shiat.
Ghastly: I was conservative as all fark when I was young. As I grew older and my parents and church had less influence on me and I began to think for myself I realized the world wasn't black and white, good vs. evil, us vs. them now I'm pretty centrist in my views. Of course I'm Canadian, so what is centrist to us is evil, baby killing, communist liberal socialist fascist to Americans. But I can live with that.
Wangiss: Mutated-Snoopy: Wangiss: browntimmy: I assume most of Fox News's audience recognize the right wing bias, they just prefer it to what they construe as left-wing bias on every other channel. But those that shut out all other media are essentially saying "I want my news biased." and is the reason why their opinions are worth shiat.I don't get all my opinions from news media. I listen almost exclusively to NPR and disagree with most everything they say./slightly off topicWhat exactly is that you disagree with on NPR? I'm referring to the morning/afternoon All Thing Considered stuff. Is it how they report general information and facts or do you perceive some kind of commentary? I've been listening to them for a few years and they seem to try to avoid sensationalism and direct commentary. I'm genuinely curious where the "they're biased" stuff comes from or where you see something that can be disagreed with.Oh, I'm sorry. I meant to say that everything they say is true and forthright and they're the one unimpeachable source of untempered fact in the world. Sorry I got that wrong. Now do we agree? I feel so nervous when I think someone might disagree with me.
Elzar: darth_badger: Lots of people start thinking God will provide for them the older they get./mortalityLol - my parent take this tack - aging hippies who found Jeebus in their 30s. They have 0 savings set aside for retirement except for the meager amount of SS they take from claiming at 62. Everytime I talk to them I get to hear about how Jesus is coming back any day now to cleanse the world from wickedness, swoop down with his magical unicorn and make everything kumbiya./ Religion especially evangelical protestantism is the most farked up shiat ever foisted on humanity// Go ahead and put your last coins into the offering plate, god will provide...
darth_badger: Lots of people start thinking God will provide for them the older they get./mortality
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