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The Most Pro-Sanders Zip Codes

The Most Pro-Sanders Zip Codes

Welcome to my world.

A secretly-conservative Ithaca reader forwarded this to me.

She used to be a raging liberal until she started reading Legal Insurrection. From what I hear, the Ithaca Common Council is about to ban Liberal Conversion Therapy, so I don’t know how many more people I can rescue.

She sent it because misery loves company.



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• As a frontier town with questionable morals, Ithaca was briefly known as Sodom.

• Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum was a likely visitor to Ithaca while his future wife attended Cornell University. At the time, yellow bricks paved local roads.

• The song “Puff the Magic Dragon” was penned in Ithaca.

It’s little wonder Burn-me Sanders is revered by many in Udopia.

Social programs are only viable in societies that recognize intrinsic value. In other societies, where people pray to mortal gods, place their faith in emanations from a penumbra, and pull a pro-choice religion from its darkest fringes, redistributive change is a means to establish monopolies of capital and control.

The bigotry of left-wing ideology that promotes [female] chauvinism, class diversity, mass exodus, abortion rites, cannibalistic trials, prophetic science, etc., is a first-order cause of anthropogenic government whoring and progressive corruption.

The average income in Mission District, SFO is $91,000? Perhaps for the homeless…

ugottabekiddinme | March 3, 2016 at 8:00 pm

I recently moved from #3, Capitol Hill Seattle, after 4+ (Obama) years there. It’s uber hip, lots of young highly paid tech employees (amazon is taking over Seattle completely), tattooed hipsters everywhere, ultra trendy restaurants and clubs, etc.

Even after the past 7 disastrous years of Obama, it’s a neighborhood with ubiquitous Obama-worshipping posters, door decorations, bumper stickers, even an entire garage door painted with the Obama logo, etc etc etc. Yet it is a great walking neighborhood, and I enjoyed much of my time there, except as for politics. Seattle’s Socialist city council person is hugely popular there, so no surprise about the Bern.

I just had to keep my head down and my opinions to myself. It’s been a breath of fresh air to relocate to a suburb, where there is at least a spectrum of opinion, and I can breathe free.

All places with very little African American diversity.

What’s distressing is that these places are almost certainly populated by what would be considered “educated” people. Proof that “education,” “intelligence,” “common sense,” and “independent thought” have nothing to do with each other.

The other thing all these places have in common is that the denizens don’t believe the 90% tax rate will apply to them.

Paul In Sweden | March 4, 2016 at 2:06 pm

My absentee ballot in my little Vermont town did not go for Bernie but darn more than half of the other ballots did.

152 Rep votes
64 Trump
43 Kasich
34 Rubio
10 Cruz
5 Carson
1 other

331 Dem votes
Sanders 277 Clinton 54