Aquatank wrote:En Lugal regarding Food Stamps and Welfare I Strongly Suggest you read up on some of the facts before blanket statements like "The welfare and food stamp system is plagued with generations of lazy, entitled, good-for-nothing free-loaders. Guess who the majority of them are? Yep, minorities."
http://www.fns.usda.gov/ora/MENU/Publis ... istics.htm
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/artic ... 84,00.html
Perception is what subverts facts. Example there are 27 Million Slaves around the globe today, More than at any othertime in history, yet it is illegal nearly everywhere. How does it flourish because as a percentage of the population it has gone down, thusly it becomes largely unseen. If one sees a group participating in certain actions and that group though a small percentage (even insignificant percentage) is the Majority of that group the viewer observes it skews the viewers perception of the group as a whole causing blanket inferrence hypothesis of the whole group's actions. In simple terms its bad statistical sampling because it is neither random nor widespread.
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