OlLine Rebel knows the answer is obvious:
AEMILIUS PAULUS also eschews evidence:
Oh that’s easy.
I’ve always said Democrat is the party of criminals and deviants. That’s obvious.
Liberals favor the criminal element in our society.Retired Greyhound has his demographics all set:
Same as crackheads, illegals, union thugs, hippies, college professors, media members, and welfare recipientss.ObamaMustGo2012 totally read something once:
I remember reading a statistic years ago that said that 97 percent of felons were Democrats. That clearly explains why the Democratic party is pushing to allow them to vote.Vigilanteman thinks liberals identify with felons:
I think it could be a handy statistic for swaying people away from the Democrat party and liberalism in general.Jack Hydrazine actually manages to bring something approaching the science:
Good luck with that. Your average libtard identifies more with takers than producers. So does your average criminal.Birds of a feather, you know . . .
Feel free to click on the links. They are as partisan and sketchy as you think.
Academic work by Jeff Manza and Marcus Britton of Northwestern University and Christopher Uggen of the University of Minnesota estimated that Bill Clinton pulled 86 percent of the felon vote in 1992 and a whopping 93 percent in 1996.
Most Felons Are Democrats
G Larry knows that white collar criminals don't count as "real felons."
I recommend focusing on State Penitentiaries and County Jails.Federal Penn’s house the white collar criminals,
That’s were they keep those most dangerous to you and me.
But wait, what's this? Freepers can be felons too?
cripplecreek hates how everything is getting criminalized:
AnTiw1 was just defending himself:
I’m a convicted felon who votes conservative.
The point is that we have an ever growing list of non violent felony crimes that have no business being felonies.
I was given a felony assault for defending myself...it didn't give me a sudden urge to use the Constitution for toilet paper...I leave that for government employees.Man, this guilt by association stuff can get tricky!