Wednesday, March 21, 2012


Williams:  Political Rope-A-Dope
GOP USA – Walter E. Williams – 3/21/2012

According to an American Community Survey, by the U.S. Census Bureau, the top 10 poorest cities with populations more than 250,000 with RESIDENTS BELOW THE POVERTY LINE:

Detroit, with 33 percent
Buffalo, N.Y., 30 percent
Cincinnati, 28 percent
Cleveland, 27 percent
Miami, 27 percent
St. Louis, 27 percent
El Paso, Texas, 26 percent
Milwaukee, 26 percent
Philadelphia, 25 percent
Newark, N.J., 24 percent

The most common characteristic of these cities is that for decades, all of them have been RUN BY DEMOCRATIC AND PRESUMABLY LIBERAL ADMINISTRATIONS. Some of them -- such as Detroit, Buffalo, Newark and Philadelphia -- haven't elected a Republican mayor for more than a half-century.

Crime is one of the results of the liberal agenda.

. . . options are not available to poor people. The only protection they have is an orderly society.

Democratic and black politicians are beholden to and serve the interests of the powerful vested interest groups, such as labor unions, teachers unions and assorted liberals, not the ordinary people who voted them into office.

. . . political power doesn't necessarily translate into economic power and well-being for the ordinary citizen.

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