Honestly, I am not sure I understand your question. Do you mean how many people named "Sue" are out there? If so then I have no idea, but I am thinking that there are quite a few in this world.
By "Sues" I mean it in reference to the "Sue" in the cartoon—that is to say how many people think government is bad and think they don't benefit from the communal good of governmental programs that allow all of us to grow and enjoy more of life's gifts.
It just seems to me that when we dwell on the negatives of anything we tend to overlook the positives.
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