Re: [FSP] Is the Free State destined to be purple?
- I was born and raised and lived in SF until my mid-30s (a decade ago).
I loved this story! And he's right about North Beach and pizza and
other italian food!
The article brings home one my my pet peeves. Where you live, your
political 'classification' even your hobbies are used by the slow
witted to lump you into a category. It happens in homeschooling
(you're either Christian highly structured or new-age unschooler).
Here is Southern Oregon my Ashland friends who have fiscally
conservative political views are met with consternation. Ashland is a
very liberal college town. Obviously no one fits into any category
exactly. But the stereotypes exist for a reason and visits to my
mid-western family growing up demonstrated that.
I think NH can be purple. I think NH will be purple. With the group
of critical thinkers in FSP how can it not be!
On May 27, 2004, at 4:35 AM, Tim Condon wrote:
> �������� Take a look at the map accompanying the article below. See
> how New
> Hampshire stands out as a "red" state among a solid block of blue up
> in the northeast? Is is possible that the Free State will become the
> state to become "truly purple"? Home to people who both understand
> economics (have a brain) and want to enjoy the better things in live
> a heart)? Why should collectivists have all the fun? Read all about it
> http://www.techcentralstation.com/052504B.htmland tell me what you
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