Liberal Drivers Are Safer; Conservative Drivers Are More Dangerous

April 5, 2007 at 12:47 pm | Posted in conservatives, liberals | 4 Comments

who are the safest drivers in America? Why liberals, of course! 😉

Quick. Where are the safest drivers in the country?

A new magazine ranking says Des Moines, Iowa.

But the cities that follow on the list from Men’s Health Magazine may be somewhat puzzling. After Des Moines are Jersey City, New Jersey; New York City; Yonkers, New York, and San Francisco.

And who are the worst drivers in the country? Why, conservatives of course!

And where are the worst drivers?

Columbia, South Carolina,leads the list, followed by St. Louis; Greensboro, North Carolina; Jackson, Mississippi, and Cheyenne, Wyoming.

The survey used data from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Allstate Insurance and the Governors Highway Safety Association to rank 100 cities.

So there, liberals are better. 😉

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  1. It must be all of that Grand Theft Auto we’re playing.

  2. San Francisco drivers have to be good, otherwise they’ll mow down a bunch of militant “Critical Mass” bike riders, and from there it’ll can only go downhill.

  3. This is a joke, right? The punchline is you sticking out your tongue like my five-year-old?

    I found this because I was looking for some explaination of why every time I nearly get killed in traffic, the Cause has a “What would Wellstone do?” bumber sticker.

    Apparently, Wellstone would yammer on a cell phone while weaving all over the road, looking over the wrong shoulder to merge, twenty miles-per-hour below the rest of traffic.

    If I can’t find some REAL statistics, I’m going to start collecting my own. Clearly, insurance rates need to be adjusted based on the content and quantity of bumper stickers….

  4. RK,

    That’s very amusing. Dude, if you want accurate statistics, don’t go to Google! Go to your local library. Check out their research databases. Far better source than blogs!


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