|Posted: November 8, 2016, 11:17 am - IP Logged|
I was just watching on the news where they were talking about how gender will be playing a big role in the out come of this election.
Education was also mentioned as the polls suggest that people with high school or better are voting for Hilda. In a earlier broadcast
where people were being asked who they would vote for the few that responded Hillary would fall into the under educated category.
Ben Carson has been laughed at for making a statement the "amateurs built the Ark and engineers built the titanic" or something to
that effect. Education does not make a person more intelligent regardless of how much they have. I know a guy who owns a very
successful business and over the years has purchased several rental properties and will be able to retire whenever he decides to. I
would say that he has less than a 6th grade education but is far better off than many well educated people I know. The wife holds
degrees in accounting, business and history and when she did a internship with one of the largest accounting firms in the world she
noticed that almost anyone who could use a computer could have done her job. Her accounting degree required some very high level
math which she is very good at but really had no real application in the job place. My sister in law got her PhD a while back in a field
unrelated to her current job but she was able to leverage it to get a better salary. The Bible says "Knowledge makes arrogant" which
we don't need to look very far to see is true. I see and hear much criticism about uneducated people voting for Trump. It's a good
thing intelligence trumps education or we might be in a really big mess. I don't care how much education a person has, voting for
Hilda because she is a woman is a solid indicator they lack intelligence.
P.S. We have all seen what voting for a man because he was black got us.