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42. No subject Apr 21, 2004, 17:18 hordak
I'm not even touching the subject, but one thing about Republican = higher IQ is somewhat dubious:

Republicans tend to be better off, so they're bound to have better education. They are also GENERALLY represented by the middle-upper class, so an average IQ is somewhat predictable, while Democrats are represented by the extremes, namely low IQ/lower class and high IQ/upper class.

Of course I'm simplifying this A LOT, but I'm only referring to the bell curve.

But one thing I think we can agree on, is that upper class Republicans are GENERALLY more thinking about self-interest, while upper class Democrats are more concerned with ideals and principles. Why? Because, for the most part, voting Democrat works against their own interests.

So, the upper class is where the "competition" of IQ vs. political stance should be made.

This comment was edited on Apr 21, 17:21.
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