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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    You know I was looking at this and wondering why we don't impose a tax on the top 5 and give it to the bottom 5? I mean come on we want "fairness" right?



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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Quote Originally Posted by CalGun View Post
    You know I was looking at this and wondering why we don't impose a tax on the top 5 and give it to the bottom 5? I mean come on we want "fairness" right?
    Obama will get a man right on that! Yes he can!
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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    "a man" you mean a committee, a team, and a convention! Complete with a golf outing I'm sure....where
    are the soak the rich libearls in search of fairness? Shouldn't they be all over this? I mean this is "top 5"
    stuff we're talking about here! This isn't 3 million people (1%) this top 5!


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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Don't ever consider living in any of the recommended cities that we see so often in various articles. Go there first and observe for yourself the quality of life that you personally will experience. It will be much different than the rosy picture presented by the articles.

    Ever see articles like "Best places to retire" "Best places to buy a home" "Most Family Oriented Cities?" HA! Wait until you read the glowing nonsense they write about your town where you can't even stand beside your car and expect it not to be broken into.

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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Gee, Detroit was #1. I'm so shocked.

    It goes to show the idiocy of the pro-union fools. It's not a coincidence.

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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Quote Originally Posted by CalGun View Post
    "a man" you mean a committee, a team, and a convention! Complete with a golf outing I'm sure....where
    are the soak the rich libearls in search of fairness? Shouldn't they be all over this? I mean this is "top 5"
    stuff we're talking about here! This isn't 3 million people (1%) this top 5!
    It all depends on what his teleprompter has to say about that. Obama is not much for that personal involvement style, better to delegate that to a trusted associate, take an opinion poll or two and then take it on the campaign trail to assure the pubilc that he has, in fact, been given a "mandate" to get that done, right now. After all, it was obviously the "Bush policy" that caused this "unfairness" and he must correct that foolish policy - as soon as someone explains to him just what that means he should do.
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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Gee, Detroit was #1. I'm so shocked.

    It goes to show the idiocy of the pro-union fools. It's not a coincidence.
    Why are you not blaming white racism?
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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket
    Why are you not blaming white racism?
    Because Washington D.C. made the list of top 5 richest?

    Thanks for playing the race card though, hyper-lib. Par for the course.

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    Re: Richest\Poorest Cities in USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Because Washington D.C. made the list of top 5 richest?

    Thanks for playing the race card though, hyper-lib. Par for the course.
    Several serious academic studies have pointed to white racism and the resulting white flight as the number one reason for the decline of Detroit. Why is stating facts somehow objectionable to you?
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