When Dems are in power

Cliffy

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He sure did. At a 2016 Campaign rally he wanted to know why no one is talking about Chicago violence under Obama's presidency.
Even if you posted a dozen links showing what Trump said, Wally wouldn't believe it and type, "bullshit". Kinda pointless even acknowledging the senile old fart.
 

Danbones

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Virginia Beach, Virginia. 11 killed in mass shooting. Mayor: Bobby Dyer, Republican.
Cervera identified the shooter as a disgruntled employee of the city's Public Works Department...
https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/j5wvw8/mass-shooting-in-virginia-leaves-11-dead-six-injured

The National Guard confirmed to Heavy that Craddock served in the Virginia National Guard, Norfolk Battalion, as a cannon crew member, until he was discharged in 2002 as a specialist.
https://heavy.com/news/2019/05/dewayne-craddock/

Likely he was a democrat as well as government employee and a veteran..obviously none of them should have guns.
;)
He was also black.

Also he must have been a democrat because they would be screaming he was republican if he had been one.
 
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Danbones

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racist holding his breath until he turns blue
Have you noticed the color of your name? ...^
;)
It's OK ...you can breath now.

BTW, watch out for that Craddock fellow.
 
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Danbones

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If California’s the future, why are so many leaving?

A recent McKinsey Global Institute study, for example, found that a third of metro-area renters in California can’t afford what they pay, a sobering sign of the lack of new affordable housing being built.

And it’s not just Los Angeles County and the Bay Area—where a salary of $150,000, adjusted for median income, means you’re earning less than a middle-class wage—shedding residents. The state’s Central Coast is also hemorrhaging its working and middle classes. As one recent Texas transplant told Quartz, California is “a lost cause.” Newsom has pledged to build 3.5 million new units by 2025, a moonshot objective that critics have called “impractically astronomical.”
https://www.curbed.com/2018/2/27/17058006/california-housing-crisis-rent-migration-texas
 

Kreskin

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If California’s the future, why are so many leaving?

A recent McKinsey Global Institute study, for example, found that a third of metro-area renters in California can’t afford what they pay, a sobering sign of the lack of new affordable housing being built.

And it’s not just Los Angeles County and the Bay Area—where a salary of $150,000, adjusted for median income, means you’re earning less than a middle-class wage—shedding residents. The state’s Central Coast is also hemorrhaging its working and middle classes. As one recent Texas transplant told Quartz, California is “a lost cause.” Newsom has pledged to build 3.5 million new units by 2025, a moonshot objective that critics have called “impractically astronomical.”
https://www.curbed.com/2018/2/27/17058006/california-housing-crisis-rent-migration-texas
California has always been unaffordable. But urban centers continue to grow. That is a global trend. People are leaving rural for urban, and it will continue like with no end in sight.
 

Danbones

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Have you looked at the situation In Illinois lately?
;)



Springfield has not been working for them, and I think voters, residents of Illinois are frustrated and angry. They should be,” Rauner tells me after his Moline event. “Always unbalanced budgets. Not paying pensions. Not growing the economy and creating good-paying jobs. Massive corruption, cronyism and patronage. And four of my nine predecessors have gone to prison. It’s a broken system.”

Nearly everyone agrees with Rauner that the system is broken, but there’s no consensus about why the system is failing. Pick your favorite culprit -- legislators, unions, pensions -- and you may have a case. But the one thing that current and former elected officials, academics and Springfield insiders cite most is perhaps the most painfully obvious: “Illinois government did work,” says former Gov. Jim Edgar, a Republican who presided over what now looks to be the state’s heyday in the 1990s. “But then we had bad luck with a couple of governors.” ...

..."[House Speaker Michael] Madigan's got an empire in the state of Illinois. He's led the corruption. And he's very powerful."

Madigan has been entrenched in Illinois politics for so long that he’s had a hand in basically every major decision the state has made for decades. He went along with budgets that ran deficits, shorted the pension systems, underfunded schools, empowered unions and imposed regulations.

“Madigan’s got an empire in the state of Illinois. He’s led the corruption. And he’s very powerful,”...
https://www.governing.com/topics/politics/gov-illinois-rauner-budget-rating.html

*Sigh* Just more "******* for prison!" politics.
 
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Danbones

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FORMER SENATE AIDE GETS FOUR YEARS IN PRISON FOR MASS DOXXING OF REPUBLICANS

A former Democratic aide was sentenced to four years in prison for what prosecutors called “the largest data breach in Senate history.” Prosecutors said a stiff sentence was also imperative to “deter cyber crimes against the U.S. government.”

Jackson Cosko stole data and used it to publish the addresses and phone numbers of Senate Republicans to intimidate them for supporting Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Judge Thomas Hogan said that Cosko must face punishment lest people think strong political beliefs justified criminal attacks on sitting lawmakers, citing the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise.

A second former aide to Sen. Maggie Hassan was charged with computer fraud and evidence tampering on Wednesday for allegedly acting as an accomplice.
https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/19/judge-sentence-doxxing-senate/
 

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FORMER SENATE AIDE GETS FOUR YEARS IN PRISON FOR MASS DOXXING OF REPUBLICANS

A former Democratic aide was sentenced to four years in prison for what prosecutors called “the largest data breach in Senate history.” Prosecutors said a stiff sentence was also imperative to “deter cyber crimes against the U.S. government.”

Jackson Cosko stole data and used it to publish the addresses and phone numbers of Senate Republicans to intimidate them for supporting Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Judge Thomas Hogan said that Cosko must face punishment lest people think strong political beliefs justified criminal attacks on sitting lawmakers, citing the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise.

A second former aide to Sen. Maggie Hassan was charged with computer fraud and evidence tampering on Wednesday for allegedly acting as an accomplice.
https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/19/judge-sentence-doxxing-senate/
Drain the swamp .
 

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Yet they are even worse at looking after their people then we are at looking after our natives , why is that ?
because white nattys want us to believe that for some reason?