Two issues need looking into…How Comfortable are you?
My or our concern here at The Contemplative Thinker is whether or not our legislators aka Congress are going to have the sense enough to act on these following matters. If whatever side congress is leaning toward either the left or the right it is all of America’s best interests to plan, organize, and implement rules and laws against these unfortunate considerations we are now being confronted.
The main issues brought to our readers are indeed forthright and above reproach in this place where we live called America.
Based on our article of yesterday, “Boy Play” which is basically using young boys as Sex Slaves, now seriously do you think that any member of congress has looked into the centuries old practice?
I wonder if any one perusing this writing ever saw the Oscar winning film, Midnight Express (1978) which indeed shows a rather detailed portrayal of a young college student and his imprisonment for trying to smuggle hash-hish through Turkey. The true story of Billy Hayes, an American college student who is caught smuggling drugs out of Turkey and thrown into prison. The detailed assimilation deals with the continual usage of Billy Hayes (brilliantly portrayed by Brad Davis).
We made a very strong point in our article called, LGBTQ as Percentage of US Population, to allow some of our readers to see what the actual percentage of the entire nation is at. This is one of those times that you actually get to hear me say, “All things not being equal…” as one takes a look at the frontrunner of LGBTQ matters — The estimates are from The Williams Institute at U.C.L.A. Law School and they are not equal.
The number of legally married same-sex couples in the United States has tripled in the last year. The new estimate suggests that 390,000 out of nearly 1 million same-sex couples are married. Estimates from the 2013 National Health Interview Survey had the figure at 130,000.
I would hope that you are able to see, literally, the “all things not being equal” notion. This data is from the prestigious Williams Institute which really is a special interest group for LGBTQ individuals with a specialty in same-sex marriages.
The data was derived from The Gallup Institute, however what bothers me is “Estimates from the 2013 National Health Interview Survey; furthermore, The new estimate suggests that 390,000 out of nearly 1 million same-sex couples are married.”
The data used in this survey was a very unscientific demographic area that was identified as the San Francisco metro area. Yet, when compiling the actual data we find that the demographic areas used were, San Francisco, Hayward, Oakland, surrounding communities, and the data from Anaheim, California.
We took the actual data from the Census Records and came to a total population of 5,770,828 which is the combined totals of the five communities and some 600 mile discrepancy in the offering data. Then we took a combined total of both groups from our data sources — usgov, US Census — where we found the total number from which is not mentioned in their data of 454,250 LGBTQ and same-sex individuals.
Predicated upon this data the combined total equals 6 percent of the data. Now then what is this “The new estimate suggests that 390,000 out of nearly 1 million same-sex couples are married.”
It should also be noted that the San Francisco, California metro area is accounted as The largest concentration of gay marriages and LGBTQ individuals. I wonder what President James Madison meant in Federalist 51 and Federalist 10 concerning FACTIONS?