But that's just it. You and your "kind" are "not" silent. Neither were the Germans when they gave their tacit approval when the J's , Christians, and mentally unstable were rounded up before their eyes. Neither was that majority silent as they carried out the Jim Crow laws, between 1876 and 1965 in the South. Neither were they quiet when Margaret Sanger created Planned Parenthood with the express and primary purpose as the elimination, through abortion, of the Black population in the US(references given upon request).
Neither, more recently, has the majority been silent, with the first public vote, in my state of WA, of homosexual marriage and the non-medical legalization of marijuana. Neither has the majority, in our nation, remained silent with the re-election of a man, for president, with the express purpose of reducing our nation to be on par with every second world nation state in Europe.
So much for "the majority" having anything to do with "what's right".
So "kudos" to the (non) silent majority as, like you, they continue to voice their "silence", as their Jack Boots press ever harder against the neck of freedom.
money and politics are completely intertwined. no reason to separate them. there may be irrelevant political issues (i don't see much reason to discuss abortion up in here, for instance) but talking about how the fixers are taking over the treasury is serious business.
it doesn't matter how much you make on agency mREITs when they just spend your future taxes on themselves.