what kind of computure should a conservative republican use?

I'm very conservative and I'm on the market for a new computure. I want something manly and reasonable that will get the job done. Macs are popular, but they seem kind of gay and yuppie. I want a machine that I can piss off the liberal democratic neighbors with when I go to the coffee shop. What brand should I get?

Asked By: - 1/26/2012
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I'm a conservative and a computer nerd, and I'm not really sure how your computer is a statement on your political beliefs, honestly. I don't really see how a Mac is anti-conservative (just because Libs like them? Or Steve Jobs was a whacko?) Apple is a great example of the innovation that comes from the free market... More
Answered By: Mistermxyzptlk - 1/26/2012
Additional Answers (9)
The finest in Babbage automatic counting machines. a mere sixty pounds of brass and fine ebony.
Answered By: Smells like New Screen Names - 1/26/2012
buy whatever you like. as a conservative in a free market you are not forced to give you money to any business you don't want to......unless of course the government taxes you, and gives that money to them in the form of a bailout.
Answered By: Ding fries are done. - 1/26/2012
One with spell check...It's computer.
Answered By: xu - 1/26/2012
Well, the one that the Republican scientists use to debate global climate change calculations was an Abacus.
Answered By: mark - 1/26/2012
Don't use a mac, Steve Jobs was a big donor to the democratic party.
Answered By: I know these things - 1/26/2012
I can tell you're a conservative just by how you spell. Computure? HA. But then again, if you had any education, you'd be a Liberal.
Answered By: Justin - 1/26/2012
stick a big ol' Rush Limbaugh sticker on the front of it :)
Answered By: Asfasdf - 1/26/2012
I use both, but prefer Macs. A big manly Powermac G5 with quadcore processors. The thing weighs in at about thirty pounds. On the other hand my Compaq laptop has been a work horse and gives me great service and reliability.
Answered By: America Is Exceptional, Obama Is Not - 1/26/2012
Get a real man's computer, a Digital VAX 11/780.
Answered By: Mike W - 1/26/2012
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