Who can forget the promise of Lyndon B Johnson’s “Great Society”, his War on Poverty, expansive social-welfare legislation introduced in the 1960s. It didn’t cure poverty. It increased it. Democrat cities, bankrupt, filthy, failed are the result of such policies.
Democrats insist the individual has no right to exist for his own sake, that his life and his work do not belong to him, but belong to society, that the only justification of his existence is his service to society, and that society may dispose of him in any way it pleases for the sake of whatever it deems to be its own tribal, collective good.
High taxes and especially higher taxes imposed on the rich (and the semi-rich) do not come out of their consumption expenditures, but out of their investment capital (i.e., their savings); that such taxes mean less investment, i.e., less production, fewer jobs, higher prices for scarcer goods; and that by the time the rich have to lower their standard of living, the standard of living for the less fortunate will be gone, along with their savings and their jobs—and no power in the world (no economic power) will be able to revive the dead industries (there will be no such power left). We have seen this time and time again ins America’s failed cities like Detroit.
The alleged goals of socialism were: the abolition of poverty, the achievement of general prosperity, progress, peace and human brotherhood. The results have been a terrifying failure—terrifying, that is, if one’s motive is men’s welfare.
Instead of prosperity, socialism has brought economic paralysis and/or collapse to every country that tried it. The degree of socialization has been the degree of disaster. The consequences have varied accordingly. Ayn Rand
Why Do Democrats Run All Of The Dangerous And Rodent Infested Cities?
By Kevin McCullough, Jul 28, 2019 10:05 AM
Congressman Elijah Cummings may honestly believe that his district in West Baltimore doesn’t stink.But it does.I’ve been there, I’ve seen and smelled it.Bernie Sanders called it “the third world” back in 2016.
Sometimes the truth hurts. Especially to those bathed, clothed, and dipped in the intoxication of corrupt power, but that’s why sunlight is so helpful.
Rep. Cummings, while being very obsessed with Russia, seems utterly bewildered with the idea that anyone could dare question why so many billions of federal dollars flow to places like West Baltimore when they are obviously doing no good.
Look at other cities in similar dilapidation and there holds a unique truth: Democrats run them all.
How long will sewage run down the streets of San Francisco? How long will St. Louis, Detroit, and Baltimore, continue to rotate as the nation’s most dangerous crime infested metros? And how long will federal dollars keep chasing bad money with new?
None of the elected officials seem to know—much less care.
Why would they?
They look and see that Elijah Cummings has been a “public servant” for most of his life yet owns not one but two homes.
Bernie Sanders owns three.
Nancy Pelosi owns at least ten properties, and has a net worth of $29 million. On a salary of $223,000.
But in San Francisco—or the West Coast version of West Baltimore—which is Nancy Pelosi’s home district, you literally can download an app to help navigate the streets with the least amount of fecal matter as possible.
Seattle is just as bad. Los Angeles has zoomed past them both.
And according to the FBI Uniform Crime Report and as reported in the USA Today (from Feb 19, 2019), the top 10 most dangerous cities in America are run by Democrats.
The overwhelming majority of them are also all governed by Democratic Governors. And the Congressional districts represented are also majority Democratic.
Did I mention that each of them also has higher unemployment rates than the national average?
In Baltimore, Democrats have run everything for more than four decades. Federal dollars have flowed in, and yet the stench, sight, and symbolism of it all—stinks.
In my life I’ve spent multiple seasons, time, and resources going to the actual third world. The heartbreak in places like Haiti, Guatemala, Ghana and the Congo, is that they have no opportunity to make their lives better. Those economies are largely run by corrupt governments whose only ambition is to use public office to enrich themselves. A lot like Cummings, Sanders, and Pelosi have done.
The “walk of fame,” the scenic hills of the Bay Area, the rainy skies of the northwest, these iconic images are being replaced by squatters, filth, crime, ANTIFA and rodents. (Is that redundant?)
For Baltimore it’s been this way for decades.
And the only reason that Elijah Cummings got passionate about the issue, isn’t because it’s true. It’s because he got called out on it, by someone who is working to make America better for everybody. Thus revealing—whether in knowledge or in ignorance—Congressman Cummings hasn’t been.
But Democrats who lives in these cities already know that.
They live in the land of corrupt squander every waking day.
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