25 Aug 2004 21:23:47
Sammy The Bull Gravano
Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media, after
all they told us about it) know the following:
- Republicans earn more than Democrats
- Republicans are better educated than Democrats

Isn't is also odd that a disproportionate amount of the poor are Democrats?
And a disproportionate amount of the poor smoke compared to richer folks.

I guess this explains why most Democrats sit back on the welfare roles, or
their low-wage jobs (because they refused to go to college, or a vocational
school), and ask the government to take money from the better educated, and
richer Republicans. Meanwhile, many Democrats blow about $1300 per year on
cigarettes (1 pack per day for 1 person). Then they complain and ask for a
minimum wage increase so they have more money.

You know what I say? Quit smoking, and spend the money on your kids... and
leave us rich Republicans alone!!




25 Aug 2004 22:36:57
pltrgyst
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 21:23:47 -0400, "Sammy "The Bull" Gravano"
<[email protected] > wrote:

>According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media, after
>all they told us about it) know the following:
>- Republicans earn more than Democrats
>- Republicans are better educated than Democrats

Wanna compare W-2s and degrees, slimeball?

-- Larry (the slow one)



25 Aug 2004 20:54:29
sittingduck
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

Sammy "The Bull" Gravano wrote:

> According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media, after
> all they told us about it) know the following:
> - Republicans earn more than Democrats
> - Republicans are better educated than Democrats
>


Here's the average IQ by state according to the Ravens APM:

AVG IQ AVG Income '00 Electoral
(1) Connecticut..................113 $26,979 Gore
(2) Massachusetts................111 $24,059 Gore
(3) New Jersey...................111 $26,457 Gore
(4) New York.....................109 $23,534 Gore
(5) Rhode Island.................107 $20,299 Gore
(6) Hawaii.......................106 $21,218 Gore
(7) Maryland.....................105 $22,974 Gore
(8) New Hampshire................105 $22,934 Bush
(9) Illinois.....................104 $21,608 Gore
(10) Delaware....................103 $21,451 Gore
(11) Minnesota...................102 $20,049 Gore
(12) Vermont.....................102 $18,834 Gore
(13) Washington..................102 $20,398 Gore
(14) California..................101 $21,278 Gore
(15) Pennsylvania................101 $20,253 Gore
(16) Maine.......................100 $18,226 Gore
(17) Virginia....................100 $20,629 Bush
(18) Wisconsin...................100 $18,727 Gore
(19) Colorado.....................99 $20,124 Bush
(20) Iowa.........................99 $18,287 Gore
(21) Michigan.....................99 $19,508 Gore
(22) Nevada.......................99 $20,266 Bush
(23) Ohio.........................99 $18,624 Bush
(24) Oregon.......................99 $18,202 Gore
(25) Alaska.......................98 $21,603 Bush
(26) Florida......................98 $19,397 Bush
(27) Missouri.....................98 $18,835 Bush
(28) Kansas.......................96 $19,376 Bush
(29) Nebraska.....................95 $19,084 Bush
(30) Arizona......................94 $17,119 Bush
(31) Indiana......................94 $18,043 Bush
(32) Tennessee....................94 $17,341 Bush
(33) North Carolina...............93 $17,667 Bush
(34) West Virginia................93 $15,065 Bush
(35) Arkansas.....................92 $15,439 Bush
(36) Georgia......................92 $18,130 Bush
(37) Kentucky.....................92 $16,534 Bush
(38) New Mexico...................92 $15,353 Gore
(39) North Dakota.................92 $16,854 Bush
(40) Texas........................92 $17,892 Bush
(41) Alabama......................90 $16,220 Bush
(42) Louisiana....................90 $15,712 Bush
(43) Montana......................90 $16,062 Bush
(44) Oklahoma.....................90 $16,198 Bush
(45) South Dakota.................90 $16,558 Bush
(46) South Carolina...............89 $15,989 Bush
(47) Wyoming......................89 $17,423 Bush
(48) Idaho........................87 $16,067 Bush
(49) Utah.........................87 $15,325 Bush
(50) Mississippi..................85 $14,088 Bush

[Host: The income-IQ correlation was inspired by the book "IQ and the Wealth
of Nations," by Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen. The income statistics are now
perhaps a decade old, but were apparently the only numbers available to the
original compiler when the results of the '00 election became available (and
this chart was made).


--
8/25/2004
1:53 PM [GMT-8]


26 Aug 2004 06:05:49
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

As I sit here reading your message, I am thinking about my Carver 450
pilothouse yacht, the fact that I have both a 1969 jaguar XKE and a 57
T-Bird in the garage, secure in the fact that IF my kids decide not to
work, their kids would not have to work for college, and my democratic
voting record I am beginning to see your point.......Wait a minute...I
disprove your point.....NEVERMIND

On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 21:23:47 -0400, "Sammy "The Bull" Gravano"
<[email protected] > wrote:

>According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media, after
>all they told us about it) know the following:
>- Republicans earn more than Democrats
>- Republicans are better educated than Democrats
>
>Isn't is also odd that a disproportionate amount of the poor are Democrats?
>And a disproportionate amount of the poor smoke compared to richer folks.
>
>I guess this explains why most Democrats sit back on the welfare roles, or
>their low-wage jobs (because they refused to go to college, or a vocational
>school), and ask the government to take money from the better educated, and
>richer Republicans. Meanwhile, many Democrats blow about $1300 per year on
>cigarettes (1 pack per day for 1 person). Then they complain and ask for a
>minimum wage increase so they have more money.
>
>You know what I say? Quit smoking, and spend the money on your kids... and
>leave us rich Republicans alone!!
>



26 Aug 2004 13:06:58
Willee
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences


<[email protected] > wrote
> As I sit here reading your message, I am thinking about my Carver 450
> pilothouse yacht, the fact that I have both a 1969 jaguar XKE and a 57
> T-Bird in the garage, secure in the fact that IF my kids decide not to
> work, their kids would not have to work for college, and my democratic
> voting record I am beginning to see your point.......Wait a minute...I
> disprove your point.....NEVERMIND
>

Oh ... I think you proved a point alright.

Money can not fix everything.

Willee




26 Aug 2004 10:19:44
pltrgyst
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

On Thu, 26 Aug 2004 06:05:49 -0400, fleece3NO*[email protected] wrote:

>... I have both a 1969 jaguar XKE and a 57
>T-Bird in the garage...

Given the T-bird, the Jag's probably a 2+2. 8;(

-- Larry (the slow one)



26 Aug 2004 19:40:08
Jenks
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

One wears a red tie, the other wears a blue tie.

That is the only difference.



There is also no difference between NutraSweet and Equal, other than Monsanto
(and former owner Searle) charges double the price if you buy their product in
the box that says Equal on it.





26 Aug 2004 20:28:05
Sammy The Bull Gravano
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences

The data does NOT suggest that every Republican is smarter and makes more
than every Democrat. But the data suggest, as a whole, that republicans
mare smarter, and make more. Remember, as a whole.

<fleece3NO*[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> As I sit here reading your message, I am thinking about my Carver 450
> pilothouse yacht, the fact that I have both a 1969 jaguar XKE and a 57
> T-Bird in the garage, secure in the fact that IF my kids decide not to
> work, their kids would not have to work for college, and my democratic
> voting record I am beginning to see your point.......Wait a minute...I
> disprove your point.....NEVERMIND
>
> On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 21:23:47 -0400, "Sammy "The Bull" Gravano"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media,
after
> >all they told us about it) know the following:
> >- Republicans earn more than Democrats
> >- Republicans are better educated than Democrats
> >
> >Isn't is also odd that a disproportionate amount of the poor are
Democrats?
> >And a disproportionate amount of the poor smoke compared to richer folks.
> >
> >I guess this explains why most Democrats sit back on the welfare roles,
or
> >their low-wage jobs (because they refused to go to college, or a
vocational
> >school), and ask the government to take money from the better educated,
and
> >richer Republicans. Meanwhile, many Democrats blow about $1300 per year
on
> >cigarettes (1 pack per day for 1 person). Then they complain and ask for
a
> >minimum wage increase so they have more money.
> >
> >You know what I say? Quit smoking, and spend the money on your kids...
and
> >leave us rich Republicans alone!!
> >
>




26 Aug 2004 20:31:39
Sammy The Bull Gravano
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences


"pltrgyst" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 21:23:47 -0400, "Sammy "The Bull" Gravano"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media,
after
> >all they told us about it) know the following:
> >- Republicans earn more than Democrats
> >- Republicans are better educated than Democrats
>
> Wanna compare W-2s and degrees, slimeball?
>
> -- Larry (the slow one)
>

Don't be uptight. As a Democrat, you should feel honored that you have more
education, and wealth, than your Democrat pals. No need to call names. Oh,
I have a degree too (but you already knew that).




26 Aug 2004 20:39:59
Sammy The Bull Gravano
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences


"sittingduck" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Sammy "The Bull" Gravano wrote:
>
> > According to the latest census, and polling data, we (and the media,
after
> > all they told us about it) know the following:
> > - Republicans earn more than Democrats
> > - Republicans are better educated than Democrats
> >
>
>
> Here's the average IQ by state according to the Ravens APM:
>
> AVG IQ AVG Income '00 Electoral
> (1) Connecticut..................113 $26,979 Gore
> (2) Massachusetts................111 $24,059 Gore
> (3) New Jersey...................111 $26,457 Gore
> (4) New York.....................109 $23,534 Gore
> (5) Rhode Island.................107 $20,299 Gore
> (6) Hawaii.......................106 $21,218 Gore
> (7) Maryland.....................105 $22,974 Gore
> (8) New Hampshire................105 $22,934 Bush
> (9) Illinois.....................104 $21,608 Gore
> (10) Delaware....................103 $21,451 Gore
> (11) Minnesota...................102 $20,049 Gore
> (12) Vermont.....................102 $18,834 Gore
> (13) Washington..................102 $20,398 Gore
> (14) California..................101 $21,278 Gore
> (15) Pennsylvania................101 $20,253 Gore
> (16) Maine.......................100 $18,226 Gore
> (17) Virginia....................100 $20,629 Bush
> (18) Wisconsin...................100 $18,727 Gore
> (19) Colorado.....................99 $20,124 Bush
> (20) Iowa.........................99 $18,287 Gore
> (21) Michigan.....................99 $19,508 Gore
> (22) Nevada.......................99 $20,266 Bush
> (23) Ohio.........................99 $18,624 Bush
> (24) Oregon.......................99 $18,202 Gore
> (25) Alaska.......................98 $21,603 Bush
> (26) Florida......................98 $19,397 Bush
> (27) Missouri.....................98 $18,835 Bush
> (28) Kansas.......................96 $19,376 Bush
> (29) Nebraska.....................95 $19,084 Bush
> (30) Arizona......................94 $17,119 Bush
> (31) Indiana......................94 $18,043 Bush
> (32) Tennessee....................94 $17,341 Bush
> (33) North Carolina...............93 $17,667 Bush
> (34) West Virginia................93 $15,065 Bush
> (35) Arkansas.....................92 $15,439 Bush
> (36) Georgia......................92 $18,130 Bush
> (37) Kentucky.....................92 $16,534 Bush
> (38) New Mexico...................92 $15,353 Gore
> (39) North Dakota.................92 $16,854 Bush
> (40) Texas........................92 $17,892 Bush
> (41) Alabama......................90 $16,220 Bush
> (42) Louisiana....................90 $15,712 Bush
> (43) Montana......................90 $16,062 Bush
> (44) Oklahoma.....................90 $16,198 Bush
> (45) South Dakota.................90 $16,558 Bush
> (46) South Carolina...............89 $15,989 Bush
> (47) Wyoming......................89 $17,423 Bush
> (48) Idaho........................87 $16,067 Bush
> (49) Utah.........................87 $15,325 Bush
> (50) Mississippi..................85 $14,088 Bush
>
> [Host: The income-IQ correlation was inspired by the book "IQ and the
Wealth
> of Nations," by Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen. The income statistics are
now
> perhaps a decade old, but were apparently the only numbers available to
the
> original compiler when the results of the '00 election became available
(and
> this chart was made).
>
>
> --
> 8/25/2004
> 1:53 PM [GMT-8]

Uh, I would not be proud of those stats. The Northeast has a much higher
cost-of-living compared to the rest of the country. Factor in the extra
cost just to live (housing, food, utilities, etc), and it appears the
Northeast (and California) make way less than the rest of the country, in
real dollars.

Have you been to Mississippi? I have. You can live like a king (family of
4) on 40K per year. In Connecticut, you'd be on the street.

Naturally, the D.C. belt and Northeast should have higher I.Q.s, on average,
with the rest of the nation.




27 Aug 2004 12:06:25
Willee
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences


"Sammy "The Bull" Gravano" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> The data does NOT suggest that every Republican is smarter and makes more
> than every Democrat. But the data suggest, as a whole, that republicans
> mare smarter, and make more. Remember, as a whole.
>

I guess you can say the same thing about gays but that dont make them a
republican or a democrat.

Willee




27 Aug 2004 15:27:07
Sammy The Bull Gravano
Re: Republican and Democrats - REAL Differences


"Willee" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> "Sammy "The Bull" Gravano" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> > The data does NOT suggest that every Republican is smarter and makes
more
> > than every Democrat. But the data suggest, as a whole, that republicans
> > mare smarter, and make more. Remember, as a whole.
> >
>
> I guess you can say the same thing about gays but that dont make them a
> republican or a democrat.
>
> Willee
>
>

I guess you can say that about gays, but I am talking about dems and
repubs.