Kady M.
1 min readFeb 12, 2018


You literally took the LOSING side of a voting rights case that included evidence of obvious racial discrimination and then had the nerve to lecture me about democracy.

Incorrect conclusion. The point was, statistically, that it’s impossible to conclude that the way a map is drawn was done to discriminate racially due to the high correlation of African American voters for the Democrat party.

I explained that to you in copious detail, using accepted surveys and math. And you still think you “won” something?

You live in a dream world where only you can be right. How does a person acquire an ego like yours? Just wondering.

And now you’re in this thread.

Yes. I’ll be wherever I like, thank you.

I’m not making a stats argument so I’m not going to engage you on those grounds

Yes, I think we can comfortably conclude that you flunked math, and stay away from it as much as you can.

The problem is, however, that you can’t develop good public policy without it. So, you’re rather like a man in a sinking boat who can’t swim.

or pretend that truncated quotes from my essay match the meaning you’d like to take away from them.

I accept your surrender.



Kady M.

Free markets/free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is perfect and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.