Remember, Only .005% of Americans Were at the Boston Tea Party

Posted on August 30, 2014 8:00 pm

A new study claims that the preferences of the average American have only “statistically non-significant impact upon public policy”.

That’s the thing about Americans, though. When times get tough, we stop being average.

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2 Responses to “Remember, Only .005% of Americans Were at the Boston Tea Party”

  1. Oppo says:

    Similarly, magma has had a statistically non-significant effect upon Mount Vesuvius. Given enough time.

    … The study concluded, “Umm, then what is the point of democracy, or a republic?” — and promptly lost its funding.

  2. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Considering well over half the US budget goes to people who don’t work and that’s at least 1/3 of the adult population, I’d say they have a very significant impact upon public policy.

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