So, based on that, you need to relate to us about all them hard times you experienced growing up.
I've been there, done that. Perhaps you can tell us about when your old man sold the pine trees in the front yard to a logging contractor to buy groceries and keep the lights on. I think I speak for almost everyone when I say we can't wait to hear about how hard your had it growing up.
Actually, you've demonstrated YOU'RE clueless on the issue. You have no personal experience with inner cities, by your own claim, and have obviously not read anything on the subject, so you're just pulling stuff out your butt.
In addition to personal experience, there's this marvelous notion of education:
ACORN Workers Indicted For Alleged Voter Fraud
"Kwaim A. Stenson, Dale D. Franklin, Stephanie L. Davis and Brian Gardner -- were employed by ACORN as registration recruiters. They were each charged with two counts.
Federal indictments allege the four turned in false voter registration applications. Prosecutors said the indictments are part of a national investigation.
ACORN and Project Vote recruit and assign workers to low-income and minority neighborhoods to register people to vote.
The Kansas City Election Board told KMBC they found suspicious forms, such as seven applications from one person and an application for a dead man.
"There is some motive behind it -- this is not accidental," said Ray James with the Kansas City Election Board."
You spoke with authority on the subject. An authority than can only come from personal experience, not what you're read in some Libbo nutroots blog. So, please, tell us from your first hand experience about how poor folks can't make it to the polls, because they an't get around to anywhere else. Put up, or shut up, whitebread.