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TRUE OR FALSE?: More wimpy men are attracted to the Democrat party than to the Republican party.

tncdel 2012/12/04 13:38:17
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  • Gene Willow 2013/05/08 14:59:42
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    Gene Willow
    It is a haven for weak-willed, homosexuals, perverts, criminals and other assorted low-lifes.
  • ComeOnNow 2012/12/17 05:22:33
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    ComeOnNow
    +1
    Republicans are the party of self responsibility as all strong men and women are. The democrats are the party of angry crybabies that cry for elitists to take care of them like children or sugar babies because they are too lazy and too big of cowards to face any challenges or even take care of themselves. What the hell kind of real man or woman could support that?
  • ★misfit★ 2012/12/09 00:42:08
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    ★misfit★
    +1
    Just going by what I've seen here on SH, it tends to be conservative men (some, not all) who feel the need to prove their masculinity to everyone by demeaning women, making fun of homosexuals, and bragging about how "tough" they are. Such behavior is, ironically, a sign of insecurity in one's masculinity. Liberal men may be more openly "wimpy," but I think there are a lot of closet cases in the Republican party. Basically, if you have to prove you're a man, you ain't. This is true regardless of political affiliation.
  • ComeOnNow ★misfit★ 2012/12/17 05:25:01
    ComeOnNow
    +1
    Unless it comes to actually working and taking care if yourselves right? Then it is whine, that is too hard and not fair, I need a sugar daddy to take care if me and elitist politicians to make all of my decisions.
  • ★misfit★ ComeOnNow 2012/12/17 05:34:04 (edited)
    ★misfit★
    You can work and take care of yourself without bragging about how much better you are than people of a different political ideology. Actions speak louder than words. I don't believe in government handouts, but I see all too many so-called conservatives enjoying them.
  • OPen Minded 2012/12/06 21:20:44
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    OPen Minded
    +1
    'cause it'a true!
  • vis_viva 2012/12/05 03:53:39
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    vis_viva
    +1
    No but I've known a lot of bullies who don't seem to understand the difference between being tough and being an a$$hole (and often equate NOT being an a$$hole-bully with being a wimp) I still have reminders of times I've chosen to face down those types of guys (I really hate bullies).

    The whole tough-guy conservative is based on false pretenses and might be more of a rejection of self-analysis and compassion than actual toughness. Besides, LIKING the movie Rambo doesn't make you tough any more than liking Star Wars makes you a Jedi. I'm not saying all conservatives live in tough-guy fantasy land (and liberals don't) but I do think it's more common among conservatives than liberals.

    And aside from my personal observations; I'd be willing to bet Bill Maher and Jon Stewart could take Marcus Bachmann and George WIll in a fight.
  • No One 2012/12/05 00:27:55
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    No One
    I don't see what political party has to do with strength.
  • none 2012/12/05 00:10:37
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    none
    +1
    Look at them and you have the answer.
  • Rick 2012/12/04 19:21:29 (edited)
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    Rick
    +2
    'nuff said!

    Gay parade
  • MadMax 2012/12/04 19:08:16
  • Quicksilver 2012/12/04 16:46:57
  • Brian 2012/12/04 16:34:47
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    Brian
    +2
    Birds of a feather flock together. 'nough said
  • Todd Parsons 2012/12/04 16:13:48
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    Todd Parsons
    +2
    They are neutered sissy men who are into LBGT
  • KrisD87 Todd Pa... 2012/12/04 16:33:41 (edited)
  • Todd Pa... KrisD87 2012/12/04 16:40:05
  • tncdel KrisD87 2012/12/05 00:04:14
    tncdel
    +1
    Are you slurring homosexuals implying that they are automatically wimps?
  • geenaroses 2012/12/04 15:26:33
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    geenaroses
    I think that this calls for stereotyping, which I don't believe in.
  • tncdel geenaroses 2012/12/05 00:07:21
    tncdel
    +1
    No, not really. It just calls for analysis BY PERCENTAGE. If I said over 95% of black voters voted Democrat for Obama, would I be wrong? So too, if I say a much higher percentage of wimps vote Democrat, that is based upon factual records, not stereotyping.
  • No One tncdel 2012/12/05 00:34:01
    No One
    +1
    But "wimp" is a subjective term so it can't really be put into a percentage in the same way gender, or race can. I mean you have to define wimp to give it a percent. Also just because someone has percentages doesn't mean that person has won the argument as the percents could be false. I mean anyone can just whip up some percents to support an argument.
  • geenaroses tncdel 2012/12/10 19:05:28
    geenaroses
    I totally agree with Greencone.
  • SIMPATTYCO 2012/12/04 15:21:56
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    SIMPATTYCO
    +1
    stereotyping of this sort, doesn't make sense
  • tncdel SIMPATTYCO 2012/12/05 00:08:23
    tncdel
    +1
    It's not stereotyping. It's based on percentages. See my reply above to geenaroses.
  • Bastion 2012/12/04 15:18:21 (edited)
  • tncdel Bastion 2012/12/05 00:10:39
    tncdel
    +1
    If you're unable to relate to men who aren't wimps, then you of course have no concept of what a true manly man is [not a macho type trying to hide true self].
  • Bastion tncdel 2012/12/05 14:44:06
    Bastion
    +1
    Why would you say that I'm "unable to relate to men who aren't wimps"?

    I didn't say that, or even imply that.

    What's your point? Are you just trying to be insulting, or do you have some agenda?
  • Kat 2012/12/04 15:12:02
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    Kat
    +1
    so true!
  • dear•LT13☻ 2012/12/04 15:09:01 (edited)
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    dear•LT13☻
    +3
    crying john boehner


    No explanation needed...



    or should they post a pic of Dan Quayle too?
  • tncdel dear•LT13☻ 2012/12/05 00:13:53
    tncdel
    +1
    No one with any credibility would dispute that. But no one's implying that they are no wimps in the GOP. The question asks if MORE of them are attracted to the Democrat party. And I'd suspect that for every one you find in the GOP you'll be able to find more than three who are Dems. It's about PERCENTAGES, not absolutes. So don't try dodging the issue with irrelevancies.
  • dear•LT13☻ tncdel 2012/12/05 12:03:46
    dear•LT13☻
    dodging the issue's huh?
    Just like you do most times - we all know you dislike Democrats tncdel, how about getting over it, or has that thought crossed your mind? Don't pretend this wasn't for show and tell - Your "question" isn't even an "issue". It's a biased statement disguised as a hypothetical question.
    It's typical of you to only see your side of the yard isn't it.

    There are wimps in both the GOP and the Democrats - duh... does that answer your "question"? still too much of a dodge???
    FALSE - THEY ARE ALL WIMPS! There - question answered fully.
  • Walt 2012/12/04 15:07:19
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    Walt
    +2
    Of course there are exceptions, like this guy. (Rino South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham who was in favor of Cap'n Trade because he thought it was a BDSM costume pirate good for a free personal lashing.)

    Lindsey Graham RINO SC
  • tncdel Walt 2012/12/05 00:15:52 (edited)
    tncdel
    +2
    But the ratio of wimps to real men is a lot higher in the GOP than the Dems. Plus even Graham seems almost manly when compared to the likes of a Dem specimen like this:

    Barney Frank in drag
  • Walt tncdel 2012/12/05 00:44:01
    Walt
    +1
    Oh yeah. That's definitely the case, not to mention a disproportionate number of manly women in the Congressional democrat ranks.
  • Trish 2012/12/04 14:56:46
  • Anna 2012/12/04 14:52:32
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    Anna
    +3
    Whimpiness and Republicans go hand in hand.
  • Debra Smith 2012/12/04 14:41:25
  • santa6642 2012/12/04 14:39:19
    TRUE [tell us why you think so].
    santa6642
    +4
    Just look into their eyes and faces, it is written all over them.
  • Dogzebra~PWCM~JLA 2012/12/04 14:27:11 (edited)
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    Dogzebra~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    These people are too dangerous for me to consider them "wimpy." I think any one of them, man or woman, would slit your throat in a heartbeat, to achieve their goal. Now if you said "cowardly confidence men," I'd wholeheartedly agree.
  • tncdel Dogzebr... 2012/12/05 00:17:17
    tncdel
    +1
    Point well taken. But wimps can be diabolical, yet wimps, nonetheless.
  • Yoru 2012/12/04 14:21:29
    FALSE [explain why you think not].
    Yoru
    +1
    Stereotypes and assumptions are not fact, and are only used by small minded people.

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