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Suburbs began shortly following the 1954 Brown v Board of Education holding which mandated integration of schools. Gee, look at the unequivocal correlation: The US used to lead the world in education – we went to the moon – and now we are 36th. Then LBJ began his “War on Poverty” with the explosion of welfares. The only welfare before this was social security, then BOOM! Born on Medicaid, raised on WIC and foodstamps in section 8 housing with rent and utility subsidies, free headstart babysitting, obamaphones, maybe some social security disability… This was an evil marriage of democrats seeking power and blacks with one man one vote. In densely populated cities Libtards could bribe thousands easily with social services distributed in the cities, then on election day the off-duty union guy would troll a bus around the projects offering free bologna sandwiches and generic grape soda and surprise, the libtard candidate wins. This is EXACTLY how DeBlasio got elected. See the county by county electoral college map last election? Feral people living close to social services voted overwhelmingly Hillary. Some precincts in Philadelphia were 100%!

There are still plenty of white cities: Salt Lake City UT, Rapid City SD. They are quite nice. Libtard cities? Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, Newark, St Louis including Ferguson – all ghetto dumps of squalor, misery, and violence, all long governed by democrats.

End white flight? Security is condition prerequisite. Crush criminals. Do not permit the mayor to accept HUD section 8 money and close the projects. I’d like to see a requirement that welfare recipients be placed on birth control, like norplant, so they stop proliferating. Push the feral beast people out. Permit school vouchers so smart kids can learn with other smart kids, not get jammed into the pits of “diversity” where culture moves to the lowest common denominator. Don’t elect democrats. They are the enemy.

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The US used to lead the world in education – we went to the moon


Nope, the two things are not quite linked. Unless, of course, he is prepared to accept the Russians were the leaders in education in the 50s when they put Gagarin in space.
Oh, and the American space program made good use of German scientists "recruited" after WWII. In the end, it was not American education that was best: it was German education.

1/5/2017 3:38:43 AM

Hasan Prishtina

Suburbs began shortly following the 1954 Brown v Board of Education holding which mandated integration of schools.

Evidently not heard of the boom in suburbs after the GI Bill and the 1.5m house completions every year in the decade before Brown v Board of Education. Also not heard of the Great Migration. Go on, teach us some more US history.

1/5/2017 5:12:45 AM

Uilleam

Suburbs began shortly following the 1954 Brown v Board of Education holding which mandated integration of schools.


No, it was the Industrial Revolution and the resulting emergence of a functional middle class, an entire century before Brown v Board of Education. The suburban boom of the 1950s was more a result of post-WWII attitudes and economic policies than any racist bullshit.

Gee, look at the unequivocal correlation: The US used to lead the world in education – we went to the moon – and now we are 36th.


First off, according to whom were the US once first in terms of education quality and now 36th? The UN seems to think the US is closer to 14th or 15th, and that it pretty much always has been. This is a respectable position, mind - only the East Asian "workaholic" countries (South Korea, China, Japan, Singapore...) and Scandinavia are unequivocally better, and several other wealthy European nations such as Germany and the UK are around the same area. Sounds like you got your information from liars who want you to think America needs to be Made Great Again.

Second, Apollo 11 reached the Moon in 1969. Brown v Board of Education had been law for 15 years by then. Your move.

There are still plenty of white cities: Salt Lake City UT, Rapid City SD. They are quite nice.


Salt Lake City has a considerable Mexican population - 22% of its inhabitants, according to the last census. Similarly, Rapid City is home to many Natives, who make up 12.5% of its population. Also, the current mayor of Salt Lake City is a lesbian Democrat - but hey, at least she's white, right?

Libtard cities? Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, Newark, St Louis including Ferguson – all ghetto dumps of squalor, misery, and violence, all long governed by democrats.


Chicago, Baltimore and St. Louis are all major metropolitan areas, with good and shitty areas like any major metro. Note that it's always the areas where there's effectively just one race - be it black, Latino, Asian or even white - that become ghettoes for that race, whereas the diverse areas succeed. Detroit collapsed after the automobile companies on which its economy was built all jumped ship, whereas Newark suffered from its wealthy inhabitants all moving out during the suburban boom.

Don’t elect democrats. They are the enemy.


Fascism really is the "in thing" right now, it seems.

Oh, and one last bit of advice - if you want to make it seem as though you're merely opposed to social security measures, repeatedly referring to blacks as "feral beasts" won't do you any favours.

1/5/2017 7:01:06 AM

Psalmanazaar

I notice the OP is willing to mention NYC when complaining about DeBlasio, but not when listing "libtard" cities. I wonder why? Could it be they NYC is an obvious counter argument to his stupid point? See also Boston, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, etc.

Maybe the non-whites just feel more comfortable voting for candidates that see them as human beings with agency.

Edit: and as others have pointed out, virtually all cities are "libtard" cities. Even in Texas, the urban vote went blue.

1/5/2017 8:14:16 AM

SpukiKitty

About U.S. Education being crappier....It was due to Right-Wingers cutting funding, you moron!

Also; What everyone else who isn't a wingnut troll, here, said.

1/9/2017 12:02:30 AM
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