America's Political False Dichotomy





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Published on Sep 12, 2008

Response to a video that shows quite clearly the false dichotomy both conservatives and liberals use to trick the American people into keeping them in power.


Evolution education ratings by state:

FDA deaths:
Low estimate: Robert Goldberg of Brandeis University: "By a conservative estimate, FDA delays in allowing U.S. marketing of drugs used safely and effectively elsewhere around the world have cost the lives of at least 200,000 Americans over the past 30 years."
High estimate: Dr. Mary J. Ruwart, former pharmaceutical research scientist for Upjohn: "The amendments probably saved as many as 40,000 lives by improving drug safety, but the longer development times caused about 4.7 million premature deaths due to delayed introduction of lifesaving drugs."

Child Labor and Minimum Wage:

Minimum Wage, minorities, and drop-outs:

Literacy: "The school system remained largely private and unorganized until the 1840s. In fact, the first national census conducted in 1840 indicated that near-universal (about 97%) literacy among the white population had been achieved."

Budget figures:


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