A Polarized Nation

American Voicespatriotism ISSUE 41•01 Jan 5, 2005

Many people say the nation became even more politically polarized in 2004. What do you think?

  • “Come on. The nation hasn't experienced a moment of unity in decades, except for the 'who shot J.R.?' craze and those two weeks in September 2001.”

    Cory Shade –
    Parking Attendant

  • “Yeah. Sheesh—women!”

    Frankin Stedder –
    Director

  • “Our nation will never be healed so long as those redneck rubes in flyover land refuse to listen to reason, and continue to vote for who they want.”

    Duane Segar –
    Systems Analyst

  • “Yes, the rift between the left-leaning centrist moderate Republicans and the right-leaning ultra conservative Republicans grows ever wider.”

    Karen Anderson –
    Cellist

  • “I got this funny e-mail about the red and blue states. I can't remember exactly what it said, but it was funny in that poignant sort of way.”

    Tom Knight –
    Plumbers Assistant

  • “Polarized sounds like one of those fancy liberal words. Why don't you just say 'right' and 'wrong'?”

    Jill Karls –
    Nurse

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