Skip to comments.Kennedy Contends Rahm Behind Plan to Push Blacks Out of City
Posted on 01/04/2018 9:16:14 AM PST by PBRCat
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Why would you want to make someone who obviously hates you, happy?
What’s a “Chris Kennedy”?
” so far left that Lenin probably couldnt get elected:
Correct. Old time reds saw the whole lgbwhatever thing as degenerate insanity. He would not be welcome in SF.
That’s my question.
Rabid beaver gets down on the shrimp in the tutu
Ha. Never heard that one.
Shhhh... could still work with Kim Jung Un, eh?
And blacks are too dumb to figure this out and change their voting habits. Blacks, as usual, are their own worst enemy. This is why Africa is a perpetual basket case.
“It makes sense when you think about. Chicago has lost a lot of blacks.”
About 6-700/year....the hard way.
“...food deserts, no jobs, and rotten schools. Its by design. Blacks end up with no choice but to leave or stay and get shot to death.”
No offense intended here but I feel compelled to correct you here since I hear this falsehood from bleeding heart liberals on a regular basis.
First, Food Deserts is a red herring. I live in downtown LA and am surrounded by the ghettos/barrios on the outskirts. Lynnwood, South Central, Compton, East LA, etc. do not suffer from a lack of grocery stores. Rather there are plenty of large grocery stores such as Food 4 Less, Superior, Food Basket and even Smart & Final among others and they are all within walking distance or a bus ride (within 1 mile) of any of these neighborhoods. Granted stores like Albertsons and Ralphs are far and few between in those areas, THERE IS NOT a single neighborhood in Southern California that could be considered a FOOD DESERT. Stores like Ralphs and Albertsons do offer better quality but are also more expensive and thus would be less profitable if at all in these neighborhoods.
As far as schools are concerned, I suggest you come here and see them for yourself. The City and County have spent $100s of millions of dollars renovating old schools and building new schools in these areas. They are beautiful and state of the art. I know because I am an engineer and have helped design and build them. If there is a problem with the education minorities are receiving, it rests with themselves, the administrators, teachers and the unions that represent them. Without knowing for sure, I suspect that there is no other school district in the nation or on the planet that spends more money per year per student. So we need to stow that complaint where it belongs - in the trash.
Finally, if there are no jobs in these neighborhoods, don’t blame businesses. Blame government regulations and the residents of these neighborhoods because a business person will set-up shop anywhere they can be profitable. However, if your neighborhood is crime ridden, unsafe and a pig sty, stop complaining and do something about it. If you complain about cops enforcing the law in your neighborhood, or arresting gang-bangers and drug dealers, then don’t complain when the cops pull back and let your ‘hood become a war zone void of jobs and opportunities.
That’s how I see it and I live here.
The underclass uses hospital emergency rooms as their free clinics. Middle class people go to their doctors offices, or to "urgent care" facilities. An "urgent care" facility, unlike an ER, is under no obligation to render care to people for free, and thus can stay economically viable.
“Why do they not address liquor deserts? It’s at least a 6 mile drive for me. Such a hardship.”
Same here. But I took a pledge that
“neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail
shall keep me from the liquor store”.
“Closing hospitals makes blacks move away and whites move in? Do they think white people dont need hospitals? I dont understand.”
Whites definitely will need hospitals if they move into those neighborhoods.
Oops. Correction. LA City and County have spent $BILLIONS, not $Millions, on school construction.
“Are they moving, and where are they going?”
You don’t want to know.
He is the son of the late US Attorney General and US Senator Robert F. Kennedy, a former presidential candidate.
What makes his comments interesting is that as Chicago and Illinois continue their death spirals the Democrats have to begin attacking each other in order to win elections to preside over the decline of the Blue States.
Kennedy’s remarks were Chicago specific. Your experiences in Los Angeles are apt to be different.
“Whats a Chris Kennedy?”
Another chip off that same rotten block.
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