The 25 most dangerous neighborhoods
NeighborhoodScout pored over mountains of data and found the epicenters of violent crime in America. The results may surprise you.
There's no surprise, they're all ghetto...meaning all black. What's the surprise? Who shoots and murders more people in the U.S. every year? Not the camoflauge hat wearing, pick-up driving rednecks. The African American population kills the most, period. They only comprise 13% of the population. And they worship the psuedo-music that celebrates the killing....rap.
What a bunch. And they all call people like me racist because we speak the truth.
All of these neighborhoods are predominately black or Mexican.
Wow. That is a real shock.
LBJ's war on poverty is actually turning into a real war. The Great Society, the worst piece of liberal legislation, and social engineering ever. After 40 years of paying people to be poor and lazy we act surprised that it hasn't produced upright citizens. . . . Must be GW's fault.
They obviously forgot #1
I dare anybody to stroll through that warzone!
The article says the results 'may surprise you'. No. The article says 'not ghettoized - rather single family homes and small apartments and vacant areas.' Now are we surprised? No. Urban areas, poor. Surprised, now? No. No matter what the 'spin', the results are not surprising at all. Another waste of 'news' space. Another layer of 'let's propagandize'. No surprises. The results Americans already knew. Keep the welfare flowing and the 'poor me' excuses and the self-perpetuating phenomena will continue. And whose responsible for that? Those who are the self-perpetuators and their enablers - the 'hand-out crowd' and the left in government. The people in these areas are too stupid to recognize they create their own problems, and the left in government are too power hungry to tell them the truth.
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