This is written by my middle sisters husband. He owns his own CPA firm. He
is responding to my nephew and my nieces husband who live in Boston. His
analysis on percentages are great.
>In response to the "finance and election results" posting which included
>these words: "Sadness will depend on which side of the rich and everyone
>else line you reside" I can't agree with that. The majority of the people
>in 81% of the counties in the nation are happy about the election results.
>Can you imagine...Bush won ...81% ! Obviously the majority of people are
>sad only in the other 19% of the counties in the nation. And the Democrats
>still don't get it. We're tired of the role model of Clinton & Company for
>our children . We like the character of Bush. Where can the Democrats find
>a candidate who is shocked at trash on t.v., who doesn't try to get votes
>by turning the poor against everyone else, who actually loves his opponent
>while he disagrees with his opponent's false doctrine...I hope they
>can...America would benefit from both parties adhering to the two greatest
>commandments. And BAC will benefit from an America that is trying to change
>what was a moral direction heading to
> the sewer. Over time, character at the top trickles down, and corporate
>scandals can become less frequent, meaning improved financial results for
>BAC's customers, BAC, the nation, and even the world. An America that
>values and promotes morality means improved financial results in many ways.
>Somehow, the Democrats don't seem to understand the importance of morality.
>They are saying, "That depends on what the meaning of the word "morality"
>is. " There is a manual that reflects the standard for morality. It is the
>manufacturer's operating manual. It addresses homosexual acts, killing of
>babies, adultry, lust... it covers all that...and it tells us the name of
>the STANDARD. That Standard is our President's role model. He follows with
>his heart. God does the rest. Just like He said He would. (Proverbs 3: 5 &
>6) Bill Ivey, Tucker, Ga.