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Perhaps some people are FINALLY figuring out that dities are no place to live. If you cram too many people too tightly together for too long, they eventually go crazy. True, there are more better-paying jobs to be had, in the city, but there really is more to life than money. There is a lot of country out there between New York and Los Angeles where, if you are willing to give up some city ammenities and services, you can have a much better quality of life, and your children might actually grow to adulthood without being shot.
Democrats and Unions = Welfare and Food stamps
Republicans = Jobs and Growth
Large economic centers where industry congregates means that there will be many jobs.
Poor people and the middle class will go where the jobs are.
Unfortunately, poor people also bring all the problems with them. Many of them come from a culture of ignorance, making them less successful in school (the case with our most common immigrant population). These people tend to turn to a life of crime out of desperation.
In a decade or two, the poor people wreck a community, just like a swarm of locusts.
In the last few years, Texas has attracted a lot of business by low taxes. It wont last. Why? Well, first the jobs arrive. Then the middle class arrives to take the best jobs. Then the poor people follow looking for scraps. Give it a decade, Texas will be just as screwed up as California, maybe worse because they already had a whole host of problems before this all happened.
Having so many poor people is a major social problem. The middle class is shrinking and joining the ranks of the poor, big problem. As a society, we need to find a way to have fewer poor people.
Your Messiah (obama) has failed. Again and again and again and again and again....
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