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post #9761 of 10055 (permalink) Old 09-14-2019, 12:48 AM
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The person that wrote that article was also a simpleton. In fact 11% more single women in the USA respond as being Democrat. It’s hard to get a divorce when you’re single.

“ Politics and marriage:

As part of the marriage gap, unmarried people are "considerably more liberal" than married people. With little variation between professed moderates, married people respond to be conservative 9 percent more, and single people respond to be liberal 10 percent more. Married people tend to hold political opinions that differ from those of people who have never married

Party affiliation in the United States:

In the U.S., being a married woman is correlated with a higher level of support for the Republican Party, and being single with the Democratic Party. Marriage does not seem to have a strong effect on party affiliation: 32 percent of married people call themselves Republicans and 31 percent say they are Democrats, while among single people, 19 percent are Republicans and 38 percent Democrats. The difference is most striking between married and single women. Married women respond as being Republicans 15 percent more; single women respond as being Democrats 11 percent more. “

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Utopia?
Canada seems to be pretty darn good. Australia, most European countries . At least until people forget history and elect rightwing nutjobs who proceed to destroy the economy and disappear for a couple election cycles .Then pop back up and do it all over again.
If you're so happy with other countries great, stay the **** out of the USA and quit worrying about us. There's literally hundreds of other countries out there for you, enjoy. Leave us alone. It used to really piss me off when people like you sit around and tell ys how to run our country now I realize there's not a **** thing you can do about it so you're not worth caring about.

In other news WOTUS is now no more, that is a great benefit to all.


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Things eventually get pretty dicey for people when their short term relationships are little more than rungs on the the ladder, it’s bound to never end up well if you allegedly marry your brother to get past some broken ladder rungs either.

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Interesting. So if there are more Republicans in an area, more are likely to realize the Democrat idiot they are married to and marry a Republican. It's nice to know NF finds that link as informative. Or perhaps you want to go back and find more stats that prove your point that divorce, family values, most likely to break the law, etc is actually dependent on political ideology rather than geography.
I will take your side here NF. Since large urban centers lean left in US and Canada and those centers have the highest per capita crime rate and levels of poverty we can say the left leaning ideology is at fault. Correct? Yes. Based on what you just posted.



Anyway, now my daily chuckle is over this is looking like another scandal with our RCMP. Seems our RCMP has lots of them in recent years with Mark Norman and SNC lack of investigation to name this year's.



The Americans tipped off Canadians as to a spy within the RCMP who speaks Mandarin. Ok, just a coincidence there. His position put him right in the heart of knowing the status and details of key investigations. Now if you were running a fascist control enterprise it would be nice to know exactly how these things were progressing so you can pass the info on so efforts could be taken to derail, obstruct or even silence people able to do damage. Or it is simply boredom that makes people want to put spies at the investigation level. Rather than the James Bond kind of spying we are familiar with.



https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...944471043.html


Multiple sources say they believe the allegations against Ortis are the nightmare national security scenario leak wise. Ortis had access to the most highly classified information in the government and with allies through the Five Eyes and NATO #cdnnatsec #natsec


Ortis had access to the following information: identities of undercover Canadian police and undercover Canadian agents operating domestically and abroad. There is now serious concern about whether any of those identities are compromised #cdnnatsec #natsec


Ortis had access to RCMP high level ops plans including national security, intl operations and criminal operations. Source says the information he had was so highly classified the investigators who seized it didn't have the security clearance to look at it #cdnnatsec #natsec


Source say Canadian and international operations may have to be paused until they can figure out what if anything was compromised by Ortis given his access #cdnnatsec #natsec



I am going to speculate that it is very hard to run an investigation and get justice if the investigation secrecy is compromised. So pausing operations makes sense. It is hard enough with obstructionist government, activist judges, courts that don't always seek the rule of law. Compromised investigations makes it that much harder to end corruption.



It's funny that everything the Trump administration is accused of and not proven, even disproven as the Mueller investigation shows - that Canada is doing exactly those things.



So when NF calls Trump fascist and notvproven, where as those things are indeed happening in the such beloved and well functioning country as Canada, does NF properly call Canada fascist? It's a small step from a Socialist country. Just throw in government run media, tax payer money going to big corporations, preventing justice, oppressive control through PMO, Privy Council, unelected Senate, and you are well into fascism. But in Canada we call it helping the citizens.



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As NF posted:
"So you think that 4 year cycle politicians should be in charge of monetary policy? Golly gee I wonder how that would turn out?"


Why don't you answer it for yourself? You clearly just stuck your head in the sand in regards to what happened this week in REALITY as per the ECB.



How about this NF: demonstrate you have a clue. Read the article about how your self-appointed, un elected stewards of monetary policy are doing and then tell us how no one can be smarter. Not even a democratic process. You sure love democracy except when it comes to the most important part of our lives, especially in regards to helping those in poverty. When it comes to that YOU DEMAND authoritatian control. So answer your own post and include what is happening in reality to justify your post.


https://www.zerohedge.com/commoditie...it-record-high


By the way, the elected representatives in our rural municipality are responsible for looking after tax payer wealth and providing services and they serve terms with numerous people rotating through. Consistently over decades the budgets are always in the black with a sizeable savings. Do I think they could set monetary policy for an RM better then central bankers? Yes, yes I do. Because they understand serving the needs of the citizens. But no doubt NF prefers authoritatian control like a good little fascist.



But how about this, instead of having a system easily manipulated by men we go back to a system which demands laws of reality be adhered to. Periods documented in history as being prosperous for all.



Once again, posted for others who can understand these things. As this week once again demonstrated.



What do you say NF, you think it's time to vote out the people who run the ECB. Ya, too bad it doesn't matter what you think.
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In other world news:

There is an old saying. People who live in a glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. I think maybe that applies here and now.

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There should be enough hypocrisy floating around this week to suit everyone. But a good chance to “Git them Iranians”

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“The move comes amid escalating criticism of Saudi Arabia’s conduct in the war. Lawmakers from both parties have demanded that the United States suspend weapons sales to Riyadh and cut off aerial refueling of aircraft flown by the Saudi-led coalition, which monitoring groups have accused of killing thousands of unarmed civilians.”
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I laughed my ass off when I saw this while going thru the twitterverse this evening, warning this vid may not be for everyone, someone who is trying to rob an obviously armed pickup truck driver gets shot and killed on video. It seems to be from South America.

Was funny how first thought that come to mind is how different that interaction was compared to how so many of these keyboard warriors like NF and a few others on here think they are so brave, but in reality this or a fist driving their nose thru the back of their skull is what they would get beaking off like they do if they was standing face to face like a real man would...still want to meet for that beer NF?

Again, this may not be for everyone....

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Personal rights is not something the left wing ideology likes. They prefer a full authoritarian power to rule all aspects of their lives and protect them from such things as guns. Of course people possessing guns illegally, and police prevented from doing search, seizure, and prosecution of people in possession of presently legislated illegal guns hasn't been been addressed yet but once guns are banned I am sure they will get around to banning the possession of banned guns. Gun crime in inner cities projected to drop by 90% once guns are made illegal I expect.



Here is something I think people really need to pay attention to. More of my tin foil hat talk proving true.

Indictment today unsealed for bankers rigging precious metals trading via futures market. It's not to hard to rig futures markets of any commodity if you simply treat it as a derivative (represnted by paper) and have an infinite supply of "money" to throw at it plus the government has rules that allow these mechanisms to exist. Sure, it is illegal to do these things but I am sure the very existence that allows this manipulation is coincidence. Just like trade orders being issued in milliseconds give advantage to certain entities. All part of "free markets".

I wonder if banker suicides will tick higher. And how many people will start selling off paper contracts.

https://mobile.twitter.com/DawsonSFi...268966400?s=20
https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/curre...t-manipulation


If prosecutions like this keep moving forward people will be very upset with Trump for creating chaos in futures trading. If China trade is disrupted already and then futures trading has its apple cart upset then we should have lots of peoples demanding Trump be executed and any legal entities pursuing these matters disbanded. Because that is what people demand - the status quo, right?



Nothing will change overnight but this Indictment is once again proof of what is reality and things must change. You can stick your head in the sand if you want. Same you do with regards to China trade.
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