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Every major city run by Democrats for any period of time is broke, dangerous and
ready to blame it all on Republicans. Give it a rest.
So what does California, Illinois and Obamma have in common?
Democrats, Deaths, Debt & Taxes.
Get out of Dodge while you can.
It's not easy to be green, it's harder to be red, but it's stupid to be blue. And the proof is in the pudding. Anyone with questions should re-read the article and compare the politics of the successful states vs. the poorly performing ones.
Illinois should be #1 on the list with all it's corrupt officials .
we have Liberal Governess Patricia Quinn, the obamas butt boy Rahm emanuel , and plenty others .
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