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Best Answer Skarlet says
It's a sad truth but you're absolutely right!
I would certainly agree with that also his investments in the education system
I don't about that part. I have seen no correlation with gov't funding and the education system. The least performing schools get the most money in aid per student and never seem to get better. Schools just need to return the power back to local comm
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Old Empresario says
I think you meant 43%. But you're correct. Not to many people have been elected and re-elected without ever capturing at least 50%
No, I meant 23%. 45% of the country did not vote in '92. 23% voted for Clinton and 32% voted for Perot or Bush. Question for you: How will the decline in demand for coal affect NYSE: NSC in the coming years?
I guess if you dont measure those that dont vote thats correct.I generally don't evaluate indiv equities But don't underestimate the ability of a co to reinvent themselves to adapt to demand.Slower demand could mean rail cars used for other resources
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