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How many trust fund college students are voting for Obama?

Do you have to work to get by. Do you have nice doctors? Do you have a farm or are you a grape picker in California. What do you know about Obama. All I've heard so far is he will win. There is nothing there is there?

Asked By: dan.worth - 6/2/2008
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It is truly amazing to me how having a college education or pursuing one has somehow become a NEGATIVE factor, a point of derision, among many blue-collar conservative Democrats. Apparently those of us who are college-educated are immune to any problems in life. Reality check: many college students - I would dare... More
Answered By: Adam H - 6/4/2008
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THE ONLY WHITE PEOPLE WHO ARE VOTING FOR OBAMA ARE... whites who didn't grow up around blacks, or whites who are Marxists.
Answered By: Obama Is A Political Grifter - 6/2/2008
 
There is nothing there if you aren't looking.
Answered By: Susan J - 6/2/2008
 
If you want changed* foreign policy, change**, and the decisiveness to stand idly by as Iran Nukes Israel and Iraq, vote for Obama. *Messed up **for the worse
Answered By: YT - 6/2/2008
 
I don't know, but good for them for voting for a candidate who will keep the estate tax and ensure that some of their trust fund goes to pay for healthcare for poor children and veterans' benefits.
Answered By: beta_hat - 6/2/2008
 
Too many and to think they're supposed to be educated. Average middle classe blue collared workers are generally not voting for Obama. The middle class doesn't trust him. He's promising "change" but in reality he's just like every other politician. He's got some real trouble with the church he attended and the people... More
Answered By: suzy - 6/2/2008
 
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