29th August 06:59
Republican Subcultures (women liberal life dominant don)
1) Liberal Republicans.
These make up 19 percent of the Republican party. Fifty-eight percent of
them are women. Thirty-four percent of them (you read that correctly)
voted for the Clintons, 48 percent for Dole, and 12 percent for Perot.
They seem to be Republicans rather than being Democrats because of the
snob appeal of the Republican party. They believe they bathe more
frequently, wear fancier clothes, have fancier educations, have better
table manners, discourse with more subtle wit, and are more suitable for
management positions than the rather crude laboring people or non-
perfumed coarse radicals stereotyping the traditional Democratic party.
In terms of political activism, they work to see that the most liberal
candidate becomes the nominee of the Republican party. After working for
that, they then vote for the even more liberal Democrats on election day.
These are often people living life in the personal fast lane. The women
tend to screw around a lot in what they believe is a higher class manner
than the vulgar Democrats, and they want abortions afterward. The men
they are screwing around with want them to get those abortions
afterwards because they don't really want to be stuck with either the
women or their babies. Abortion is a major thrust in the liberal
2) Big Business Republicans.
These make up 22 percent of Republicans. Forty percent of them are
women. Twenty percent of them ( yup ) voted for the Clintons. Fifty-
eight percent voted for Dole. Four**** percent of them voted for Perot.
These are people whose dominant or only interest is money money money.
They are either relatively unconcerned about morality, or their
disapproval of classical immorality is passive and distanced. Few of
them are religious. Contrary to the stereotype of people in big
business, many of them believe they can make more money under quasi-
3) Big Government Conservatives.
These make up 23 percent of Republicans. Fifty-five percent are women.
Eigh**** percent of them voted for the Clintons. Fifty-eight percent of
them voted for Dole. Six**** percent of them voted for Perot.
They are moderately religious. They are the least prosperous of all
Republicans. Sixty percent of them never went beyond high school. Forty-
five percent live in the South.
Sixty percent of them believe the government "Should do everything
possible to improve the standard of living of all Americans." That is
translated into a wish for greatly enlarged government, government
support, and programs —which is why so many voted for the Clintons.
(Note: At this point a pattern is evident. A major and critical amount
of the Clintons' political strength, and the strength of people like
them has been in the Republican party—and particularly among Republican
4) Religious Conservatives.
These are 29 percent of Republicans. Thirty-nine percent are women. Nine
percent of them voted for the Clintons. Eighty percent of them voted for
Dole. Five percent of them voted for Perot