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Survey Results "10 Minute Adultery Survey"

Signatories to the Fathers' Manifesto

258 Responses

April 15, 1998  

84% agree--adultery laws should be upheld!

So why aren't they?

1. Adultery is a crime in my state.
21%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
21%C) neither agree nor disagree
20%D) disagree
07%E) strongly disagree
16%F) not applicable


2. Adultery is a felony in my state.
15%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
36%C) neither agree nor disagree
20%D) disagree
07%E) strongly disagree
14%F) not applicable


3. Adultery should be a crime.
66%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
07%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
06%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable


4. Adultery is a violation of my religious beliefs.
72%A) strongly agree
06%B) agree
11%C) neither agree nor disagree
D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
11%F) not applicable


5. Adultery should be a violation of my religious beliefs.
68%A) strongly agree
14%B) agree
07%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
05%F) not applicable


6. Adultery is considered a serious crime in the Bible.
70%A) strongly agree
29%B) agree
C) neither agree nor disagree
D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
01%F) not applicable


7. Adultery law is not enforced in my state.
79%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
C) neither agree nor disagree
D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
06%F) not applicable


8. Adultery law is not enforced due to a failure by prosecutors.
36%A) strongly agree
43%B) agree
06%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
08%F) not applicable


9. Adultery law is not enforced due to a failure by judges.
22%A) strongly agree
29%B) agree
13%C) neither agree nor disagree
15%D) disagree
12%E) strongly disagree
09%F) not applicable


10. Adultery law is not enforced due to a failure by legislators.
29%A) strongly agree
50%B) agree
06%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
08%F) not applicable


11. Adultery law is not enforced due to a failure by men.
44%A) strongly agree
26%B) agree
06%C) neither agree nor disagree
15%D) disagree
09%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable


12. Adultery law is not enforced due to feminism.
65%A) strongly agree
22%B) agree
07%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

13. Adultery law is not enforced because of feminist jurisprudence.
50%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
22%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
07%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

14. Adultery law is not enforced because it is no longer grounds
for divorce.
22%A) strongly agree
29%B) agree
36%C) neither agree nor disagree
08%D) disagree
05%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

15. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the doubling
of the divorce rate.
53%A) strongly agree
34%B) agree
02%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
05%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

16. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the tripling
of the murder rate.
22%A) strongly agree
18%B) agree
34%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
20%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

17. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the quadrupling
of the prison incarceration rate.
20%A) strongly agree
29%B) agree
30%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
14%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

18. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the 560% increase
in the rate of violent crime.
21%A) strongly agree
27%B) agree
22%C) neither agree nor disagree
23%D) disagree
07%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

19. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the quintupling
of the illegitimacy rate.
58%A) strongly agree
31%B) agree
06%C) neither agree nor disagree
02%D) disagree
03%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

20. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the ten fold
increase in welfare expenditures.
56%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
20%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
10%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

21. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the rising
juvenile crime rate.
58%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
07%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
14%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

22. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the increasing
number of drive-by shootings.
29%A) strongly agree
34%B) agree
16%C) neither agree nor disagree
15%D) disagree
06%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

23. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the increase
in displaced anger.
51%A) strongly agree
13%B) agree
15%C) neither agree nor disagree
19%D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

24. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the increase
in the rate of fatherlessness from 17% to 39%.
52%A) strongly agree
24%B) agree
14$C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
04%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

25. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the increase
in the male suicide rate to 5 times that for females.
27%A) strongly agree
43%B) agree
14%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
09%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

26. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the 45%
increase in cocaine use.
08%A) strongly agree
22%B) agree
36%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
28%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

27. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the ten fold
increase in criminal justice system expenditures.
29%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
28%C) neither agree nor disagree
20%D) disagree
15%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

28. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the increase
in the trade deficit from being in the black to $123 Billion in the red.
15%A) strongly agree
16%B) agree
36%C) neither agree nor disagree
15%D) disagree
18%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

29. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key reason that government spending
increased to 42 cents out of each wage dollar.
14%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
49%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
22%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

30. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the five fold increase
in the rate of drunk driving arrests.
13%A) strongly agree
14%B) agree
43%C) neither agree nor disagree
08%D) disagree
12%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

31. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the eight fold increase
in health services costs.
14%A) strongly agree
29%B) agree
36%C) neither agree nor disagree
08%D) disagree
13%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

32. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key reason that we have
60 times as many lawyers as Japan.
22%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
21%C) neither agree nor disagree
09%D) disagree
40%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

33. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the decrease in the
ratio of
manufacturing employees to government employees from 2.5:1 to less than 1:1.
A) strongly agree
20%B) agree
43%C) neither agree nor disagree
15%D) disagree
32%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

34. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the 98 point decrease
in SAT scores.
13%A) strongly agree
20%B) agree
29%C) neither agree nor disagree
15%D) disagree
33%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

35. Failure to prosecute adultery is a key factor in the decrease in
total US "Personal Savings" to less than $212 Billion.
22%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
21%C) neither agree nor disagree
22%D) disagree
20%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

36. Prosecutors should put equal effort into enforcing adultery law
as they put into enforcing "child support" laws.
64%A) strongly agree
15%B) agree
14%C) neither agree nor disagree
3%D) disagree
4%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

37. Prosecutors should put more effort into enforcing adultery law
than they put into enforcing "child support" laws.
51%A) strongly agree
16%B) agree
15%C) neither agree nor disagree
16%D) disagree
02%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

38. Enforcing adultery law would have prevented the reenactment of
slavery as in Moss v. Moss.
20%A) strongly agree
19%B) agree
43%C) neither agree nor disagree
10%D) disagree
08%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

39. Enforcing adultery law would have prevented the removal of
biological fathers' rights as in the recent Cal. Supreme Court case.
58%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
14%C) neither agree nor disagree
13%D) disagree
09%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

40. Enforcing adultery law would have prevented crimes like the OJ
Simpson murders.
22%A) strongly agree
29%B) agree
21%C) neither agree nor disagree
14%D) disagree
14%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

41. Adultery is a serious social problem.
66%A) strongly agree
14%B) agree
07%C) neither agree nor disagree
13%D) disagree
E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

42. Adultery is a more serious social problem than failing
to make "child support" payments.
43%A) strongly agree
22%B) agree
21%C) neither agree nor disagree
08%D) disagree
06%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

43. Adultery causes more social problems than murder.
36%A) strongly agree
23%B) agree
22%C) neither agree nor disagree
10%D) disagree
09%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

44. Adultery causes more social problems than violent crime.
37%A) strongly agree
23%B) agree
20%C) neither agree nor disagree
06%D) disagree
14%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

45. Adultery causes more social problems than illicit drug use.
29%A) strongly agree
17%B) agree
26%C) neither agree nor disagree
14%D) disagree
14%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

46. Adultery causes more social problems than robbery.
37%A) strongly agree
16%B) agree
25%C) neither agree nor disagree
10%D) disagree
12%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

47. Adultery causes more social problems than firearms.
43%A) strongly agree
16%B) agree
23%C) neither agree nor disagree
08%D) disagree
10%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

48. Adultery causes more social problems than domestic violence.
44%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
24%C) neither agree nor disagree
09%D) disagree
17%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

49. Adultery is a root cause of domestic violence.
42%A) strongly agree
17%B) agree
21%C) neither agree nor disagree
09%D) disagree
11%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

50. Adultery causes more social problems than child abuse.
29%A) strongly agree
22%B) agree
14%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
28%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

51. Adultery is a root cause of child abuse.
30%A) strongly agree
18%B) agree
15%C) neither agree nor disagree
29%D) disagree
08%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

52. It is not possible to enforce adultery law in my state.
19%A) strongly agree
08%B) agree
28%C) neither agree nor disagree
16%D) disagree
39%E) strongly disagree
F) not applicable

53. Adultery law should be enforced in my state.
61%A) strongly agree
06%B) agree
14%C) neither agree nor disagree
07%D) disagree
08%E) strongly disagree
04%F) not applicable

54. Adultery law should be enforced because it is God's will.
84%A) strongly agree
02%B) agree
06%C) neither agree nor disagree
D) disagree
06%E) strongly disagree
02%F) not applicable
 
 
 

 

TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

1000 fold the child of perdition

 

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