[QUOTE=Warfish;4503769]Some pretty laughable statistics, all given without context or scale or in many cases even reasonable comparison (the first one especially made me lol with how utterly worthless it is as a stat). Also many of them assume the data collection side is spot on, and i can tell you from experience, it's oooooo not in own own Government, much less in some of the less professional/democratic states in the world.
The problem is this is how some think Law should work. Base it on invalid, partial, and consciosuly omitted stats on everyone as a whole, instead of looking at a problme, seeing what parts don't work, and fixe=ing/working on just that.
Of course, doing that doesn't give the State as much power. So of course they won't do that, when they just have the State run/regulate us all, including the 70%+ who were and are quite happy with our own healthcare in the U.S.
To fix a single leaky sink, a modern Liberal would Nationalize the Sink Manufacture and Repairman industries.[/QUOTE]
Fish, with respect, there are many times where you link your threads with stories from Fox News so its a little hard to see you questioning the integrity of sources-especially calling out sources for being biased. :rolleyes:
By the way, the author of this article stated that many of the statistics used was from Business Insider (not exactly a liberal source).