Which Is More Dangerous To American Society?

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Which Is More Dangerous To American Society?

  1. The occasional shooting of a politician.

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    20.0%
  2. The thousands of street gang members in the US

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    40.0%
  3. The millions of illegals who create more gang members

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    80.0%
  4. The American organizations who support illegals

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    80.0%
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    1. The occasional killling of a politician?

    2. Thousands of street gang members in the US

    3. Millions of illegal aliens giving birth to babies who will grow into street gang members.

    4 American institutions that support the illegals who sneak into the US.
     
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    The general public, that is obviously not smart enough to vote in their own best interests.
     
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    You mean pick one crook over the other crook?
     
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    I like All of the above.
     
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    Pretty much. That's why I voted with my feet.......and a little help from the airlines, in the pre molestation daze.
     
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    And the Vietnam draftee voted with his life!
     
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    That way you can't lose.
     
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    Dangerous to whom?

    1 Is dangerous to POLs

    2. That's dangerous mostly to peiple forced to live near where gangs rule

    3. Is dangerous to nobody since it's really your statement of opinion pretending to be a question.

    4. That's dangerous to working people because it helps keep the value of their labor low.
     
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    Interesting question but the options include only the current talking points and spin. They are no more than finger pointing and blame. Read a bit on the end of the 19th century and you'll find the same sentiments and same nonsensical spin. But on the more serious side what would be a serious threat, again obvious, read about the worldwide great depression and the effect it had on some nations. We got through it OK because American politicians worked at it and created a more equitable society. Economic decline and the inequalities it creates are the greatest threat to security and a peaceful society. See my signature for the facts.

    "There is no test of the good society so clear, so decisive, as its willingness to tax - to forgo private income, expenditures and the expensively cultivated superfluities of private consumption - in order to develop and sustain a strong educational system for all its citizens. The economic rewards of so doing are not in doubt. Nor the political gains. But the true reward is in the larger, deeper, better life for everyone that only education provides." John Kenneth Galbraith, 'The Good Society'
     
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    A truth that will never change:

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