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@press2 for English - Yes! This angry old white guy has wondered what would be to day if we had won the War of Northern Aggression?
Yes to others who noted the one common thread running thru all the cities is the large Colored population. Top 10 or 20 would be the same thread.
It is a damned shame that the government has created a permanent underclass of dope addicts, prostitutes and sorry a$$ males who just want to impregnate the young girls and wak away. Where the hell are the responsible older people who have failed to jerk a knot in these young thugs a$$e$?
All run into the ground by democrats... All composed of the 47% leech class...
BTW, this weekends Murder Over/under is 9.5 for Chicago. Last weekend there were 13 KIA and 72 wounded. The bookies have found there is a lot of action on the murder count. It seems like a low number given the weather will be nice. Bet the over, Chicago's mayor is an imbecile in the Obama mold.
I only wish Lyndon Johnson could be reincarnated to live in one of these rat-holes.
there goes msn again messing up sheeeeiti Chicago has had more days where 70 people have been shot and killed than any other city in the US and that ant dangerous? i'd rather live in flint if I had too choose between the two it is a hell of a lot safer
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[BRIEFING.COM] The drive for five continued today and it was a success. For the fifth straight session, the S&P 500 ended lower. Like the previous four sessions, though, the losses were fairly modest in scope. The S&P 500 declined 0.4%, bringing its total loss for the five sessions to 22 points or 1.2%. All in all, that still qualifies as a pretty tame slide considering the S&P 500 had risen 150 points, or 9.1%, over the previous eight weeks.
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