Economics @ ITT

Why Is Socialism Doing So Darn Well in Deep-Red North Dakota?

Posted in economics by ittecon on March 29, 2013

North Dakota is the very definition of a red state. It voted 58 percent to 39 percent for Romney over Obama, and its statehouse and senate have a total of 104 Republicans and only 47 Democrats. The Republican super-majority is so conservative it recently passed the nations most severe anti-abortion resolution – a measure that declares a fertilized human egg has the same right to life as a fully formed person.

via Why Is Socialism Doing So Darn Well in Deep-Red North Dakota? | Alternet.

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  1. Robert Nielsen said, on March 29, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    “Because it works”

    Brilliant and straight to the point


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