Skip to comments.What do the Poorest 10 Cities in America Have in Common?
Posted on 11/11/2012 5:54:52 PM PST by TurboZamboni
Government programs designed to help the poor have destroyed generations of American families, schools, and culture. One would think that repeated bad economic news and the downgrading of families that inhibit job growth would lead people to find a better solution to help them out of their impoverished condition.
Instead, they vote for the same type of politician who blames the wealthy, calls for tax increases, and wonders why poverty goes up, businesses move out, and crime and illegitimacy soar.
The following ten cities have a great deal in common. The first thing is their poverty level. The second is that they mostly have been governed by Democrats over the years...
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Cleveland, Ohio 35.0
Buffalo, New York 28.8
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 27.0
St. Louis, Missouri 26.7
Miami, Florida 26.5
Memphis, Tennessee 26.2
Cincinnati, Ohio 25.7
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 25.0
Newark, New Jersey 23.9
Democrats have destroyed these cities and they will do the same to the whole nation if we do not stop them.
So basically, cities in the Rust Belt. The other three can be chalked up to immigration?
They have us in a vise of sorts now; surrounded. - Corrupt and criminal. - What is the “military” tactic against this sort of thing (NOT as in war or violence, but as in legal civilian non-violent resistance)?
We would need a very few statistics: Relative average wealth JUST BEFORE Dems took over, and average wealth each decade AFTER they gained control. That would soon tell us how effective they are at improving the lot of citizens.
What do they have in common??
They are filled with Obama look-alikes.
Q. What do they have in common?
A. The Russians would be doing America a favor if they nuked them.
Highest concentrations of vote fraud?
Proof that vote buying gov’t programs work?
“So basically, cities in the Rust Belt. The other three can be chalked up to immigration?”
What else do all these cities have in common?
THEIR AL OPRESED BUY EVLE REPUBBLECANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Except for Memphis and Miami, these are in forced union states.
I am guessing non-White majorities and Democratic party governance.
1. Electoral process - concentrate on local and state level
2. 10th Amendment - States exerting more influence
3. Courts — More and more problematic with liberal appointments and the general orientation of most law schools
3. Nullification - States saying no
4. Civil protest and non-compliance — people say no
These are all things that can be employed to stem the tide of socialism. If we get our act together and focus on the things that unite us, we can stop it cold. We dropped our guard and got walloped. We are reeling, but we must catch our second wind.
Detroit - Democrats in charge since 1962.
You've probably heard this before, but Democrats do love poor people...that's why they make so many of them!
Oh, I know the answer to the question. The dumbest sonofabitches on the planet live in these cities.
I appreciate your candor, & I agree with what you want to do, but when I talk to these people, and look into their eyes, I’m lookin’ into the bottomless abyss, and it scares me sh*less. Good Luck, & I hope this helps. Pump me daylight, when you find it.......Sticky
Yep. Until we have the nerve to start pointing that out, along with a lot of other un-PC facts, we’re going to remain screwed.
They’re po? I don’t know. Gimme a clue....
Over the last 10 years these cities have had a public HS graduation rate hovering between 30% and 60%.
I pick the former.
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