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The 20-year Demise of a Blue State

Hard Thought Wrote: Dec 22, 2014 11:29 AM
There are many reasons why good areas go bad. I would suggest a link to population density. Anytime a good place is identified that has a good quality of life, reasonable employment, a good tax atmosphere and decent schools, dissatisfied individuals flock to it. They pack themselves in very densely, exhaust the economic opportunity and then demand the government do something about. This increases dependency on government, reduces and or misappropriates scarce resources to non essential services and construction, such as the squirrel bridge across I-5 in Tacoma. Locusts is too kind.
How about movies on the assassination of a sitting US President? Oh, wait! That's okay, it was a Republican President.
I can't prove there are no UFO's, either.
And for any man who thinks his life sucks, remember, somewhere there is a Mister Pelosi.
I lived in Italy for close to three years and as a retired Army person, a lot of the care provided was by local providers. It became apparent that there was a two tiered system. Your doctor is required to keep office hours and see the public on an appointment basis. These appointments can take weeks to obtain. That same doctor `can open another office after he has completed his obligatory government service. These second appointments are cash only and can be obtained readily. One treatment schedule for the great unwashed, another for people of means. This two tiered system is coming to a city near you.
Everything that was said detrimental to Obamacare during the debate is now being shown to be true. Socialist/Progressive/Liberal/Democrat/Fascists lie and want to control your life.
A fanatic is someone who can't change his mind and won't change the subject. This meme about "Hands up. Don't shoot." was disproven by the testimony of the witnesses to the Grand Jury. Every one of these staffers were taken in by a lie.
What about Dillon Taylor, a white man, shot by a black cop in Salt Lake City, UT? Where is the outrage for that inter racial killing?
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Attack Of The Mutants

Hard Thought Wrote: Nov 30, 2014 5:13 PM
What about the killing of Dillon Taylor (Caucasian) by a police officer (black) in Salt Lake City, UT.
"If you like your plan, you can keep it." "If you like your doctor, you can keep him." "The ACA will reduce the average families' insurance premiums by $2500 per year." "I got bin Laden." "There is not one smidgen of corruption in the IRS." "The Benghazi attack was sparked by a video." We could go on for hours.
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