Must be a slow news day....
That still does not explain how you are going to figure out someones party loyalty.
Try reading back to several of my earlier posts (where I may have mentioned, amongst other things, bumper stickers)
(bumper sticker from 1976; thx wikipedia)
You don't 'spose the Dems and GOP have lists of people they can rely on, another list for those who will vote for the "enemy", and a third list of swing voters?
Both parties do have a list, you as an expert should have already known this.
"A list"? Just one? But I mentioned three! I guess that's because I'm an "expert". Oh wait, you didn't actually mean it as a compliment.
Anyways, I wonder if we are talking about different lists?
This one is called Franz.
thx wikipedia (again)
They're called party members. Two problems you have here. One, most Americans are not card carrying members of either party. Two, I'm sure if you called over there wanting that list they would politely decline and then call the FBI.
And the FBI would do what exactly? I'm seriously intrigued to know what offence is committed by just asking for something (and being politely declined).
"Hey Marge; there's somebody suspicious at table 4; he's askin' for a list of ingredients for your special apple pie. Somebody call the Feds!"
You either trust them, or you don't proceed. You don't embark on this misadventure merely "hoping" they don't drop a dime on you; you gotta be 100% certain they are with you
Thanks for the chuckle. I wonder how many people are in prison right now because they though their co-conspirator was 100% with them.
Probably a lot fewer than those who thought their co-conspirator was 100% with them, and are now sunning themselves on a beach in the Cayman Islands. If you get away with it, not so dumb!
That's the beauty of the internet, anyone can claim to be anything.
Is that the best you've got?
p.s. I'm not even sure what you're claiming I've claimed to be. Or did I accidentally let slip that I'm a funambulist (retired)?