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In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day. To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol; we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office. But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped, and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again, just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention. We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem. Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.
 
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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these Republican voters with broken so many promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day. To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; which they have always insisted they posses in levels higher than any others Americans, even Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol; we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office. But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped, and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again, just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention. We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem. Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

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Keep in mind everything has gone completely according to plans if you are a rich person or corporation. They've never been better and like having all the money.
 

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Really. In your learned opinion it is our duty to stay home on election day and hand the country over to a lying, barking, corrupt political failure who rode the coattails of her lying corrupt husband to the top of the Democratic Party. Trump represents what American leaders were supposed to be. Strong independent men who are not career politicians and who are not owned by the puppet masters.
 

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Really. In your learned opinion it is our duty to stay home on election day and hand the country over to a lying, barking, corrupt political failure who rode the coattails of her lying corrupt husband to the top of the Democratic Party. Trump represents what American leaders were supposed to be. Strong independent men who are not career politicians and who are not owned by the puppet masters.
Like I keep saying a trump presidency wouldn't be the end of the world to me and I'm as liberal as they get. Yes I'm disappointed and feel let down by Bill Clinton when he signed NAFTA and now Obama has his free trade agreements going but bottom line is by far Democrats look out more for the American middle class than the Republicans do but I think trump will try to look out for Americans. If he actually strengthened the middle class and forced Republicans to move more towards the center and not so far right.

Us liberals are just glad it's not Cruz. We were scared of that guy.
 

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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
 

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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these Republican voters with broken so many promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day. To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; which they have always insisted they posses in levels higher than any others Americans, even Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol; we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office. But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped, and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again, just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention. We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem. Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

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Yo, you sound like a True Socialist Puppet!!! You want us to not VOTE, so the "Crook Hillary Clinton" can become the Queen of America? You are one sick FUCK!!!

"GTP"
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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4
 

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The American middle class isn't hurting because of socialism.

It's unregulated corrupt crony free market capitalism where corporations and the rich suck of uncle Sam's tits more than people on welfare
 

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You know free markets don't sound so bad when the economies doing well. As long as unemployment is under 4% and middle class wages are keeping up with inflation trade away.
 
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The American middle class isn't hurting because of socialism.

It's unregulated corrupt crony free market capitalism where corporations and the rich suck of uncle Sam's tits more than people on welfare

So what you are saying is Uncle Sam either has awesome man boobs, or he's trans-gendered?

Whoa!
 

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The American middle class isn't hurting because of socialism.

It's unregulated corrupt crony free market capitalism where corporations and the rich suck of uncle Sam's tits more than people on welfare

Yo Puppet? That has been beating into your tiny brain, maybe one day you`ll be able to think for yourself!!! Do you know where you would be without those so-called tit suckers? You would be a homeless dumb-ass begging for food!!! Get a real life FOOL!

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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4

Based on stuff that people decide is what make people happy.

It's not so easy, but the reality is, are Americans happy?

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Try this.

CIA's percentage of people living below the poverty line.

1) Turkmenistan. 0.2%
2) Malaysia 3.8%

Are people happy in Malaysia? Well I went there and I believe so. It's a safe country, there are enough jobs, people go out and enjoy themselves en masse, good food, hot all year round.

The UK, 15%
The USA 15.1%
Canada 9.4%
Denmark 13.4%
Holland 9.1%
Switzerland 6.9%

Is this a factor in any of this?

Potentially. But again, it's hard to know. If 85% of happy and 15% are in absolute misery is this better than 50% happy, 45% slightly unhappy and 5% in absolute misery?

Is happiness being happy, or just being content with their lot in life?
 

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The American middle class isn't hurting because of socialism.

It's unregulated corrupt crony free market capitalism where corporations and the rich suck of uncle Sam's tits more than people on welfare

So what you are saying is Uncle Sam either has awesome man boobs, or he's trans-gendered?

Whoa!
Haloburton is a private corporation but their only customer is us.

It's as if our government has been taken over by aliens but instead of aliens it's rich people who took us over.
 

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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4

Based on stuff that people decide is what make people happy.

It's not so easy, but the reality is, are Americans happy?

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Try this.

CIA's percentage of people living below the poverty line.

1) Turkmenistan. 0.2%
2) Malaysia 3.8%

Are people happy in Malaysia? Well I went there and I believe so. It's a safe country, there are enough jobs, people go out and enjoy themselves en masse, good food, hot all year round.

The UK, 15%
The USA 15.1%
Canada 9.4%
Denmark 13.4%
Holland 9.1%
Switzerland 6.9%

Is this a factor in any of this?

Potentially. But again, it's hard to know. If 85% of happy and 15% are in absolute misery is this better than 50% happy, 45% slightly unhappy and 5% in absolute misery?

Is happiness being happy, or just being content with their lot in life?

The list I referred to that said Germany #1 Canada #3 USA #4 took all those factors into consideration. Upward mobility. In other words what country would you rather start out poor in.

I could see why Canada is better than us on this. Free healthcare, no ghettos in Canada,
 

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Only Republican Voters Can
Make America Great Again

In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4

Based on stuff that people decide is what make people happy.

It's not so easy, but the reality is, are Americans happy?

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Try this.

CIA's percentage of people living below the poverty line.

1) Turkmenistan. 0.2%
2) Malaysia 3.8%

Are people happy in Malaysia? Well I went there and I believe so. It's a safe country, there are enough jobs, people go out and enjoy themselves en masse, good food, hot all year round.

The UK, 15%
The USA 15.1%
Canada 9.4%
Denmark 13.4%
Holland 9.1%
Switzerland 6.9%

Is this a factor in any of this?

Potentially. But again, it's hard to know. If 85% of happy and 15% are in absolute misery is this better than 50% happy, 45% slightly unhappy and 5% in absolute misery?

Is happiness being happy, or just being content with their lot in life?

The list I referred to that said Germany #1 Canada #3 USA #4 took all those factors into consideration. Upward mobility. In other words what country would you rather start out poor in.

I could see why Canada is better than us on this. Free healthcare, no ghettos in Canada,

The point I was making is that there are plenty of factors that could be taken into consideration, or not, and even then, does it tell you who is happier or not? it's all subjective.
 

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In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day. To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol; we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office. But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped, and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again, just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention. We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem. Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

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You draw a long Bow indeed......the biggest problem America has is that you only have two Political Parties......You have No One to keep the BASTARDS Honest.......as for your assumption that "Only Republican Voters Can Save America" is banal to say the least.....You should try to take your head out of your Ass.......moreover Put Your Brain Into Gear Before Opening Your Mouth.....Very Poor Post Indeed..steven

It is interesting that you keep going back to the past....It's because Americans(Your Politicians in particular) have NO VISION FOR THE FUTURE..just sayin
 
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In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4

Based on stuff that people decide is what make people happy.

It's not so easy, but the reality is, are Americans happy?

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Try this.

CIA's percentage of people living below the poverty line.

1) Turkmenistan. 0.2%
2) Malaysia 3.8%

Are people happy in Malaysia? Well I went there and I believe so. It's a safe country, there are enough jobs, people go out and enjoy themselves en masse, good food, hot all year round.

The UK, 15%
The USA 15.1%
Canada 9.4%
Denmark 13.4%
Holland 9.1%
Switzerland 6.9%

Is this a factor in any of this?

Potentially. But again, it's hard to know. If 85% of happy and 15% are in absolute misery is this better than 50% happy, 45% slightly unhappy and 5% in absolute misery?

Is happiness being happy, or just being content with their lot in life?

The list I referred to that said Germany #1 Canada #3 USA #4 took all those factors into consideration. Upward mobility. In other words what country would you rather start out poor in.

I could see why Canada is better than us on this. Free healthcare, no ghettos in Canada,
And Australia would trounce you all by a Country Mile
 

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In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4

Based on stuff that people decide is what make people happy.

It's not so easy, but the reality is, are Americans happy?

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Try this.

CIA's percentage of people living below the poverty line.

1) Turkmenistan. 0.2%
2) Malaysia 3.8%

Are people happy in Malaysia? Well I went there and I believe so. It's a safe country, there are enough jobs, people go out and enjoy themselves en masse, good food, hot all year round.

The UK, 15%
The USA 15.1%
Canada 9.4%
Denmark 13.4%
Holland 9.1%
Switzerland 6.9%

Is this a factor in any of this?

Potentially. But again, it's hard to know. If 85% of happy and 15% are in absolute misery is this better than 50% happy, 45% slightly unhappy and 5% in absolute misery?

Is happiness being happy, or just being content with their lot in life?

The list I referred to that said Germany #1 Canada #3 USA #4 took all those factors into consideration. Upward mobility. In other words what country would you rather start out poor in.

I could see why Canada is better than us on this. Free healthcare, no ghettos in Canada,
And Australia would trounce you all by a Country Mile

Would it?

Depends what makes you happy, I guess. Australia has a lot of emigrants as well as immigrants.

Australia is 23rd in the list of net migration, but then that might be due more to location, seeing as 4 of the bottom 6 are within Australia's catchment area.

If you were to take this into account, apparently Lebanon is the place to be.
 
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In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters
are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for
whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these
Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans.

Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger
and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this
phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day.
To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism
which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those
Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention.

Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol;
we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered
up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office.
But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped,
and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal
Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there
to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they
have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right
candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result
is the definition of insanity.

With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again,
just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should
the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention.
We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to
nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem.
Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.

to be continued

Martin Eden "Mem" Mercury

an invite for you to e-mail me at usmbmem@lookout.com

Funny thing is, most of Western Europe is a better place to live than America. And they're not so right wing.
This year Germany was #1 country, Canada 3 & USA #4

Based on stuff that people decide is what make people happy.

It's not so easy, but the reality is, are Americans happy?

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Try this.

CIA's percentage of people living below the poverty line.

1) Turkmenistan. 0.2%
2) Malaysia 3.8%

Are people happy in Malaysia? Well I went there and I believe so. It's a safe country, there are enough jobs, people go out and enjoy themselves en masse, good food, hot all year round.

The UK, 15%
The USA 15.1%
Canada 9.4%
Denmark 13.4%
Holland 9.1%
Switzerland 6.9%

Is this a factor in any of this?

Potentially. But again, it's hard to know. If 85% of happy and 15% are in absolute misery is this better than 50% happy, 45% slightly unhappy and 5% in absolute misery?

Is happiness being happy, or just being content with their lot in life?

The list I referred to that said Germany #1 Canada #3 USA #4 took all those factors into consideration. Upward mobility. In other words what country would you rather start out poor in.

I could see why Canada is better than us on this. Free healthcare, no ghettos in Canada,
And Australia would trounce you all by a Country Mile
Just like Americans are always telling us that countries with socialized medicine have a long lines waiting to see doctors the same thing they're doing here about Australians voting. They're suggesting that millions of Australians somehow go in and write Mickey Mouse down rather than vote for a real candidate I doubt it happens that much. Certainly not enough to change an election. Not if everybody's voting
 

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