Do democrat brains function like astrologists while Republican brains function like astronomers?
For example, democrats reflexively believe (“belief” defined: acceptance by the mind that something is true or real, often underpinned by an emotional or spiritual sense of certainty) “more guns cause more crime,” like astrologists believe planetary arrangements define personalities – it doesn’t matter that there’s no proof that planets can do that.
On the other hand, Republicans see the following evidence and conclude that the claim that “more guns cause more crime” is absurd, like any astronomer who places great value on facts and little value on beliefs.
-1/15/03 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/26568… BBC: “’If guns are outlawed only outlaws will have guns’” may prove prophetic. Gun crime in the UK is soaring even though it has the strictest gun control laws of any democracy.”
Nine years later: 12/17/12 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-… UK’s violent crime rate per 100,000 people is 2,034; US’s is 466.
-2/2/11 Daily Telegraph, about piracy: “The safest ships of all [sailing in the Gulf of Aden] are flying the Russian flag: armed guards aboard them simply blow pirate boats out of the water and leave any survivors to drown. Attacks on Russian vessels have abruptly ceased.”
”But almost 30 years after the law [which mandates that all households own at least one firearm for self-protection] was passed, it is still in place and still popular, not least because Kennesaw’s crime rate has remained disproportionately low, even as the town’s population swelled from 5,000 in 1982 to almost 35,000 now. According to the latest FBI statistics, Kennesaw recorded 31 violent crimes – mainly robberies and aggravated assaults – during 2008. In other similar-sized local towns the figures were much higher – 127 in Dalton and 188 in Hinesville. For property crimes – largely burglaries and thefts – Kennesaw recorded 555 while Dalton had 1,124 and Hinesville 1,802.”
-11/23/12 http://www.timesdispatch.com/news/local/… 2006-2011 gun purchases in Virginia increased 73%. During the same period gun-related crimes fell 24%.
-1/6/13 http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrybell/20…According to Bureau of Justice Statistics, the firearm crime rate dropped from 6 victims per 1,000 residents in 1994 to 1.4 victims per 1,000 residents in 2009. This has occurred as more and more citizens have armed themselves under right-to-carry State laws. While major crimes show continuing decline in those States, this phenomenon parallels a major crime rise in heavily gun-controlled cities.
-The high murder rate in the U. S. is largely due to drug-related crimes and gang warfare, all of which occurs in urban cities which have decayed hugely under decades of democrat rule.
Answer by Aunt Jemima
Democrat brains only function when supported by Republicans.
Answer by Falstaff
Oh right. That’s why it’s the GOP that keeps denying science.
Poor try on your part.
Answer by Blawr
The ability to seperate from emotion is not particularly strong amongst Liberals.
Answer by St.Paul Island
Yes, Republicans think America is the center of the universe. Just like the Ptolemic model.
Answer by gyt
Democrats legislate by feelings and not substance.
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