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It appears that the worst cities are governed by blacks and are Blue cities............
Their residents are uneducated, welfare recepients that drain the financials resources of their tax base in the various metro areas.
Whereas the majority of the best run cities are GOP governed, fiscally responsible with educated citizens that add to the vibrancy of the cities.
Look at the obama administration - typical of what you would see in the WORST run cities!!
We're on our way for all cities being on a worst run and broke list and is it any wonder?
Calif and Florida worst broke states as taxpayers money goes to programs that illegal's
and entitlers get mostly. Has to end somewhere but almost too late to get back what this country once was and stood for.Lord help us save ourselves.
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