Spreading gasoline on troubled waters
ssgacc at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 19 15:57:57 EST 2002
Very interesting. Smart interpretation of the
statistics. They didnnecessicarilyrily LOSE
population, just MORE non-whites moved in.
--- Mike Arman <armanmik at n-jcenter.com> wrote:
> >From: "Ray Rollins" <rollins_ray at hotmail.com>
> >Subject: Re: Accusations of "intruding politics"
> and "racism" on the board
> Be careful of statistics here - the 10% "loss" of
> group "X" does not
> necessarily mean they left town.
> 1980 census: 50% group "Y", 50% group "X",
> population 1,000,000
> 1990 census: 60% group "Y", 40% group "X" -
> immediate conclusion is there
> are 10% more "Y"s and 10% fewer "X"s - but the
> missing part is the new
> total population.
> If the new total population is 1,500,000, in fact
> there are MORE "X"s in
> town than ten years ago (100,000 more, in fact), but
> a quick look seems to
> indicate the "X"s are losing ground - and they are
> not - just more "Y"s are
> moving in than "X"s.
> Between our cars and our legislators, we have enough
> troubles, and we
> shouldn't be fighting amongst ourselves, too. ;-)
> >90 100Q
> >Politically Incorrect!
> Mike, 86 5KS, Caucasian, Republican, Carnivore, also
> Politically Incorrect
> AND A FELLOW AMERICAN!!!!
> Diversity is what makes this country great - almost
> everyone who is here is
> from "somewhere else", but we are all Americans.
> Best Regards,
> Mike Arman
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