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Shrinking cities are mainly liberal and union strongholds with overpriced labor and high rates of government entitlement. Fastest growing cities are long-time republican strongholds where people are expected to provide for themselves. I don't believe it is just coincidence
Kind of obvious that people will go where the jobs are.
It might be a shame that some areas are declining, but if there are no jobs, how can people support themselves or their families? They HAVE to go where the jobs are. But if you look at the census figures, that's been the case since they started the census in 1790.
""It is enough that the people know there was an election. the people who cast the votes decide nothing.
The people who count the votes decide everything.""
"The U.S. population rose by just 0.72 percent in 2013, the lowest growth rate in more than 70 years. Not only is net immigration down, from nearly 1.2 million as of 2001 to 843,000 last year, but the U.S. domestic birth rate also has dropped to a multi-decade low."
Must be this excellent economy the White House keeps bragging about.
I am very sorry Jarhead but what has the GOP done Positively in the past 13 years!
They took us into a war based on lies, they try to cut this program and that one that helps seniors and children and all they have done in the past 5+ years is say NO!
Both sides are a mess and this country is feeling the depths of their Pompous Destructive ways!
No one in our current Political system is Worthy oF We the Americans! NOT One of them!
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