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Reply #60 posted 08/02/19 7:26am

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Musicslave said:



2elijah said:


jjhunsecker said:
See, in Trump's mind, a poor White area is downtrodden because the coal mines or factories were shut down by Democrats , and the people there are completely blameless for their plight. On the other hand, a poor Black area (or probably any mainly Black area, no matter it's economic status) is "infested " with lazy shiftless "n****rs" who are too stupid to better themselves, and deserve to live in "shitholes".

Yes, sounds like the stereotypical, ignorant, racist mindset of trump and many of his white nationalists’ supporters.

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Have you ever noticed that whenever the subject is about black or brown people, the FIRST THING out of his mouth is something about crime, drugs, poor. etc.


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It's like in his feeble mind of word association, black = poor or black = crime. He tells on himself everyday. lol


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But when the subject is the opioid epidemic, it doesn't get nearly as much traction as the convenient stereotypical "black" narratives. He and his ilk will always push the convenient stereotypes because it helps make them feel better about themselves and their white superiority complex.


Absolutely. The opioid epidemic for example in the U.S., is what is hurting the White community. I brought this up on this forum, about a year ago, after reading an article on it. I was curious as to why it was a silent epidemic not brought to the public’s attention, until much later. They wouldn’t say it was an epidemic in the white community, and they didn’t criminalize it. In fact, they softened it up by airing drug rehab, compassionate commercials. The target audience for those commercials certainly was not the Black community. Then there was NJ’s former governor doing commercials about the opioid crisis, and asking the federal government for funds to deal with it. I don’t remember the crack epidemic that affected the Black community in the 80s getting that kind of compassion.

This is the unfortunate difference on how certain communities’ ills are played out in public—-one gets criminalized and feeds the prison industry and the other gets rehab and compassion.

Trump denegrates the Black community and so do many racist, right wingers/repubs. As if slavery and racism did not bring enough sins to America. He forgets his grandparents cane from Germany as immigrants, to this country, so he needs to remember that he is also an immigrant. It’s also a shame that he is racially attacking/insulting Black and Brown democratic Congress persons, instead of being respectful towards them, and finding a way to sit down and work with them, and local politicians, to deal with economic issues within the communities they serve.

Unfortunately, there are still some who think they have some special privilege or authority to denegrate/mistreat/disrespect certain racial/ethnic/religious groups, within the human population, based on ones’s insecurities, ignorance, jealousy, and hate. On top of that, most of those same haters, forget their own ancestors were immigrants that came to this country looking for a better life.
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To the Latino, Black American and Caribbean communities in America. You are the communities trump dislikes and degrades. Use your vote to vote trump out of office.
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Reply #61 posted 08/02/19 8:01am

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They sure help white folks in Europe. Are we that lame.

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Reply #62 posted 08/02/19 8:06am

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Funny but sad. There's a bridge right where Trump spoke yesterday, with homeless sleeping under it, The cops moved them to make the city look good. jeez

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Reply #63 posted 08/02/19 8:24am

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2elijah said:

Musicslave said:

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Have you ever noticed that whenever the subject is about black or brown people, the FIRST THING out of his mouth is something about crime, drugs, poor. etc.

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It's like in his feeble mind of word association, black = poor or black = crime. He tells on himself everyday. lol

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But when the subject is the opioid epidemic, it doesn't get nearly as much traction as the convenient stereotypical "black" narratives. He and his ilk will always push the convenient stereotypes because it helps make them feel better about themselves and their white superiority complex.

Absolutely. The opioid epidemic for example in the U.S., is what is hurting the White community. I brought this up on this forum, about a year ago, after reading an article on it. I was curious as to why it was a silent epidemic not brought to the public’s attention, until much later. They wouldn’t say it was an epidemic in the white community, and they didn’t criminalize it. In fact, they softened it up by airing drug rehab, compassionate commercials. The target audience for those commercials certainly was not the Black community. Then there was NJ’s former governor doing commercials about the opioid crisis, and asking the federal government for funds to deal with it. I don’t remember the crack epidemic that affected the Black community in the 80s getting that kind of compassion. This is the unfortunate difference on how certain communities’ ills are played out in public—-one gets criminalized and feeds the prison industry and the other gets rehab and compassion. Trump denegrates the Black community and so do many racist, right wingers/repubs. As if slavery and racism did not bring enough sins to America. He forgets his grandparents cane from Germany as immigrants, to this country, so he needs to remember that he is also an immigrant. It’s also a shame that he is racially attacking/insulting Black and Brown democratic Congress persons, instead of being respectful towards them, and finding a way to sit down and work with them, and local politicians, to deal with economic issues within the communities they serve. Unfortunately, there are still some who think they have some special privilege or authority to denegrate/mistreat/disrespect certain racial/ethnic/religious groups, within the human population, based on ones’s insecurities, ignorance, jealousy, and hate. On top of that, most of those same haters, forget their own ancestors were immigrants that came to this country looking for a better life. [Edited 8/2/19 7:35am]

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Just like those Rockefeller Laws. The opioid epidemic is the new cocaine.

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In his simple mind, his immigrant background doesn't count because they came from "good" countries like, Germany and Scotland. Not one of those *hithole countries like, Haiti or Africa. Oh.. and you can't forget Norway.... what's with his fascination with Norway anyway? lol

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Reply #64 posted 08/02/19 8:37am

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benni said:

https://newsbreakinglive....oken-into/

Rep Cummings home was broken into.



And unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump, keeping it classy as ever:


Really bad news! The Baltimore house of Elijah Cummings was robbed. Too bad!

This pig is getting worse every day.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #65 posted 08/02/19 9:15am

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Musicslave said:

2elijah said:

Musicslave said: Absolutely. The opioid epidemic for example in the U.S., is what is hurting the White community. I brought this up on this forum, about a year ago, after reading an article on it. I was curious as to why it was a silent epidemic not brought to the public’s attention, until much later. They wouldn’t say it was an epidemic in the white community, and they didn’t criminalize it. In fact, they softened it up by airing drug rehab, compassionate commercials. The target audience for those commercials certainly was not the Black community. Then there was NJ’s former governor doing commercials about the opioid crisis, and asking the federal government for funds to deal with it. I don’t remember the crack epidemic that affected the Black community in the 80s getting that kind of compassion. This is the unfortunate difference on how certain communities’ ills are played out in public—-one gets criminalized and feeds the prison industry and the other gets rehab and compassion. Trump denegrates the Black community and so do many racist, right wingers/repubs. As if slavery and racism did not bring enough sins to America. He forgets his grandparents cane from Germany as immigrants, to this country, so he needs to remember that he is also an immigrant. It’s also a shame that he is racially attacking/insulting Black and Brown democratic Congress persons, instead of being respectful towards them, and finding a way to sit down and work with them, and local politicians, to deal with economic issues within the communities they serve. Unfortunately, there are still some who think they have some special privilege or authority to denegrate/mistreat/disrespect certain racial/ethnic/religious groups, within the human population, based on ones’s insecurities, ignorance, jealousy, and hate. On top of that, most of those same haters, forget their own ancestors were immigrants that came to this country looking for a better life. [Edited 8/2/19 7:35am]

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Just like those Rockefeller Laws. The opioid epidemic is the new cocaine.

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In his simple mind, his immigrant background doesn't count because they came from "good" countries like, Germany and Scotland. Not one of those *hithole countries like, Haiti or Africa. Oh.. and you can't forget Norway.... what's with his fascination with Norway anyway? lol

Because Norway is probably the WHITEST country he could think of.

And look about how many times Trump has mentioned that his success was due to "good genes". He obviously believes that some people are genetically superior to others.

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Reply #66 posted 08/02/19 9:45am

2elijah

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jjhunsecker said:



Musicslave said:




2elijah said:


Musicslave said: Absolutely. The opioid epidemic for example in the U.S., is what is hurting the White community. I brought this up on this forum, about a year ago, after reading an article on it. I was curious as to why it was a silent epidemic not brought to the public’s attention, until much later. They wouldn’t say it was an epidemic in the white community, and they didn’t criminalize it. In fact, they softened it up by airing drug rehab, compassionate commercials. The target audience for those commercials certainly was not the Black community. Then there was NJ’s former governor doing commercials about the opioid crisis, and asking the federal government for funds to deal with it. I don’t remember the crack epidemic that affected the Black community in the 80s getting that kind of compassion. This is the unfortunate difference on how certain communities’ ills are played out in public—-one gets criminalized and feeds the prison industry and the other gets rehab and compassion. Trump denegrates the Black community and so do many racist, right wingers/repubs. As if slavery and racism did not bring enough sins to America. He forgets his grandparents cane from Germany as immigrants, to this country, so he needs to remember that he is also an immigrant. It’s also a shame that he is racially attacking/insulting Black and Brown democratic Congress persons, instead of being respectful towards them, and finding a way to sit down and work with them, and local politicians, to deal with economic issues within the communities they serve. Unfortunately, there are still some who think they have some special privilege or authority to denegrate/mistreat/disrespect certain racial/ethnic/religious groups, within the human population, based on ones’s insecurities, ignorance, jealousy, and hate. On top of that, most of those same haters, forget their own ancestors were immigrants that came to this country looking for a better life. [Edited 8/2/19 7:35am]

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Just like those Rockefeller Laws. The opioid epidemic is the new cocaine.


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In his simple mind, his immigrant background doesn't count because they came from "good" countries like, Germany and Scotland. Not one of those *hithole countries like, Haiti or Africa. Oh.. and you can't forget Norway.... what's with his fascination with Norway anyway? lol




Because Norway is probably the WHITEST country he could think of.



And look about how many times Trump has mentioned that his success was due to "good genes". He obviously believes that some people are genetically superior to others.


Responding to both posts. He’s tainting the presidential office with his ingrained hatred. He’s dividing Americans. He’s targeting and labeling specific immigrants and countries as ‘inferior’. This is a man whose father supported the KKK, so is it any surprise that his racist assumptions of specific racial and religious groups, and immigrants is that of one taught that kind of ignorant hatred at home?

Now he’s trying to poison many Americans with his racial discrimination and divisive tactics by normalizing it. If he knew he held that kind of prejudice towards specific racial/religious groups, and immigrants, and had no intention of being president for ‘all Americans’, then he should not have run for office.
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To the Latino, Black American and Caribbean communities in America. You are the communities trump dislikes and degrades. Use your vote to vote trump out of office.
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Reply #67 posted 08/02/19 9:50am

Musicslave

jjhunsecker said:

Musicslave said:

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Just like those Rockefeller Laws. The opioid epidemic is the new cocaine.

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In his simple mind, his immigrant background doesn't count because they came from "good" countries like, Germany and Scotland. Not one of those *hithole countries like, Haiti or Africa. Oh.. and you can't forget Norway.... what's with his fascination with Norway anyway? lol

Because Norway is probably the WHITEST country he could think of.

And look about how many times Trump has mentioned that his success was due to "good genes". He obviously believes that some people are genetically superior to others.

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Exactly! lol

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Yep. That good ole fashion white superiority complex aka white supremacy. Now known as white nationalism.

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Reply #68 posted 08/02/19 1:51pm

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Musicslave said:

jjhunsecker said:

Because Norway is probably the WHITEST country he could think of.

And look about how many times Trump has mentioned that his success was due to "good genes". He obviously believes that some people are genetically superior to others.

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Exactly! lol

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Yep. That good ole fashion white superiority complex aka white supremacy. Not known as white nationalism.


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Reply #69 posted 08/02/19 2:50pm

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2elijah said:


He’s tainting the presidential office with his ingrained hatred. He’s dividing Americans. He’s targeting and labeling specific immigrants and countries as ‘inferior’. This is a man whose father supported the KKK, so is it any surprise that his racist assumptions of specific racial and religious groups, and immigrants is that of one taught that kind of ignorant hatred at home? Now he’s trying to poison many Americans with his racial discrimination and divisive tactics by normalizing it. If he knew he held that kind of prejudice towards specific racial/religious groups, and immigrants, and had no intention of being president for ‘all Americans’, then he should not have run for office.

nod Trump doesn't understand that,when you're president,you're supposed to be the president for every city and every state in America.He seems to be more interested in dividing the country.And then he wonders why half of the country thinks he's racist nuts

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Reply #70 posted 08/02/19 5:51pm

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2elijah said:



He’s tainting the presidential office with his ingrained hatred. He’s dividing Americans. He’s targeting and labeling specific immigrants and countries as ‘inferior’. This is a man whose father supported the KKK, so is it any surprise that his racist assumptions of specific racial and religious groups, and immigrants is that of one taught that kind of ignorant hatred at home? Now he’s trying to poison many Americans with his racial discrimination and divisive tactics by normalizing it. If he knew he held that kind of prejudice towards specific racial/religious groups, and immigrants, and had no intention of being president for ‘all Americans’, then he should not have run for office.


nod Trump doesn't understand that,when you're president,you're supposed to be the president for every city and every state in America.He seems to be more interested in dividing the country.And then he wonders why half of the country thinks he's racist nuts


Exactly.
To the Latino, Black American and Caribbean communities in America. You are the communities trump dislikes and degrades. Use your vote to vote trump out of office.
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Reply #71 posted 08/03/19 8:07am

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Baltimore - A city criticised by Trump hits back

  • 2 August 2019

Over the past few months Reuters' photographer Stephanie Keith has been documenting some of the residents working for change in Baltimore, USA.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/new...s-49197525




The city has been under the spotlight following a number of tweets by President Donald Trump, who referred to Representative Elijah Cummings' congressional district, as a "disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess."

Baltimore, a city of approximately 625,000 people known for its scenic harbour and historic neighbourhoods as well as its urban woes, is located about 40 miles (65 km) north of Washington DC.

While many in Baltimore have criticised Mr Trump's language - he also tweeted that "no human being would want to live there" - some residents have acknowledged not only the city's crime problems, but also that its political leaders have failed to take enough action.

[...]

For many in Baltimore, Mr Trump's remarks added to the damage those episodes had caused to the city's image. That has both unsettled and animated community activists who are dedicated to improving life in the city.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/new...s-49197525

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Reply #72 posted 08/03/19 8:24am

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https://www.huffpost.com/...b57fcccae3" target="_blank">https://www.huffpost.com/...b57fcccae3

Editorial from the Baltimore Sun:

"We have seen much in our day. Crime, poverty, drug abuse, racial discrimination, human trafficking, hate crimes. We have witnessed soldiers marched off to wars, some justified, others not. We have reported on horrible car accidents, serial killings, political corruption, disease outbreaks, air crashes, natural disasters, tragedy heaped on tragedy. But we can’t recall a president of the United States making light of the violent deaths of his fellow Americans."

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Reply #73 posted 08/03/19 8:36am

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SoulAlive said:

2elijah said:


He’s tainting the presidential office with his ingrained hatred. He’s dividing Americans. He’s targeting and labeling specific immigrants and countries as ‘inferior’. This is a man whose father supported the KKK, so is it any surprise that his racist assumptions of specific racial and religious groups, and immigrants is that of one taught that kind of ignorant hatred at home? Now he’s trying to poison many Americans with his racial discrimination and divisive tactics by normalizing it. If he knew he held that kind of prejudice towards specific racial/religious groups, and immigrants, and had no intention of being president for ‘all Americans’, then he should not have run for office.

nod Trump doesn't understand that,when you're president,you're supposed to be the president for every city and every state in America.He seems to be more interested in dividing the country.And then he wonders why half of the country thinks he's racist nuts



100% correct.

All unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump cares about is making money for himself and his family. He'll sell out his own country to do that and, in fact, HAS sold us out to Russia and Saudi Arabia for money.

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Reply #74 posted 08/03/19 10:58am

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I was in Baltimore about a year ago for the first time. We were in the beautiful and thriving Inner Harbor area, and taking a stroll, within 5 blocks was in a rundown area surrounded by junkies (for the record, many I saw that day were White)... This is obviously a city that has challenges and problems with crime and abandonment of buildings and all sorts of social ills. I wouldn't live in West Baltimore if I didn't have to. But as someone who grew up in what some ignorant people would consider "the hood ", I'm sure most of the people there are decent folks who didn't have the opportunities and structures that I was lucky to have. I don't consider them subhuman animals, like Trump and his base looks at them. As I said in a different thread, it's one thing to mention these issues because you want to help fix them, and it's another thing to mention them because you want to mock and demean the area and it's residents. An intelligent person can discern the difference.

The last two sentences are TRUTH.

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Reply #75 posted 08/04/19 1:08pm

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/cummings-urges-trump-to-come-to-baltimore/ar-AAFi5y8?ocid=spartanntp

Cummings urges Trump to 'come to Baltimore'

By LISA MASCARO, AP Congressional Correspondent

BALTIMORE — Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings on Saturday invited President Donald Trump and other Americans to Baltimore, taking the high road after a barrage of presidential tweets disparaging the black-majority city and its long-serving Democratic congressman.

Cummings made his first public remarks after a week of Trump's name-calling and criticism during the opening of a neighborhood park near his home. He called Baltimore "a great community."

He reminded those gathered at the park in Druid Heights of the city's history, home to the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and, more recently, the author Ta-Nehisi Coats.


At 68, and using a walker, the congressman said he doesn't have time for those who criticize the city where he grew up. He wants to hear from people willing to help make the community better. The park was built on a formerly vacant lot often filled with trash.

"Do not just criticize us. Come to Baltimore," he said, "and I promise you will be welcome."

Trump lashed out in tweets at Cummings, calling his district a "disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess."

Cummings chairs the powerful House Oversight and Reform Committee, one of the committees investigating the president and his administration.

He said Saturday that he is not calling for Trump's impeachment. "I want to be fair to him, too," Cummings said.

Half of House Democrats are now in favor of beginning an impeachment inquiry, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants to finish investigations that are already underway before making a final decision.

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Reply #76 posted 08/04/19 6:04pm

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Trump will never come to Baltimore- too many Black people there for him, and he's afraid he'll get a bad reception. Does he EVER come to big cities ?

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Reply #77 posted 08/04/19 6:45pm

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Trump will never come to Baltimore- too many Black people there for him, and he's afraid he'll get a bad reception. Does he EVER come to big cities ?

No, just shithole states, generally.

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Reply #78 posted 08/05/19 2:13pm

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Baltimore is one of the least livable, most dangerous cities in America. It's not racist to point that out.



As someone who actually lived in the city, I can say this statement is wrong.

Baltimore's problems are an American problems. They are not black or white problems.

Making such a statement without addressing the devastating impacts legally sanctioned discrimination, race-based flight, and certain federal policies, among many many other factors, may not be racist per se. But at a minimum, doing so is irresponsible.

There ain't a city or town in this country where Baltimore's problems don't exist to one degree or another. Including the very different, smaller one I live in now.

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Reply #79 posted 08/06/19 4:43am

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Baltimore is one of the least livable, most dangerous cities in America. It's not racist to point that out.



As someone who actually lived in the city, I can say this statement is wrong.

Baltimore's problems are an American problems. They are not black or white problems.

Making such a statement without addressing the devastating impacts legally sanctioned discrimination, race-based flight, and certain federal policies, among many many other factors, may not be racist per se. But at a minimum, doing so is irresponsible.

There ain't a city or town in this country where Baltimore's problems don't exist to one degree or another. Including the very different, smaller one I live in now.

Exactly.

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Reply #80 posted 08/06/19 7:16am

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We should heal Baltimore but with love not meanness--policy of otherwise.

We need to heal but we cannot until the GOP is crushed.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #81 posted 08/06/19 9:19am

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13cjk13 said:

jjhunsecker said:

Trump will never come to Baltimore- too many Black people there for him, and he's afraid he'll get a bad reception. Does he EVER come to big cities ?

No, just shithole states, generally.

To the best of my knowldege, he's never had one of his rallies in New York, Chicago, Miami, Detroit, Los Angeles , San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Boston, Atlanta, Austin, ....Why not ? He's supposed to be the President of ALL of America, not just his "base"

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jjhunsecker said:

13cjk13 said:

No, just shithole states, generally.

To the best of my knowldege, he's never had one of his rallies in New York, Chicago, Miami, Detroit, Los Angeles , San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Boston, Atlanta, Austin, ....Why not ? He's supposed to be the President of ALL of America, not just his "base"



Yep - he knows these are not where his "base" lives. There wold be protests and baby balloons and anger. he never speaks to anyone outside of the states/cities where he got a large number of voters in 2016.

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Reply #83 posted 08/13/19 8:03pm

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I think it's a shame that John's Hopkins U does not seem to help in a meaningful way.

My daughter was looking to attend and both of us were surprised at the level of separation.

We live close to UC Berkeley and most of the city seems alot more integrated with the university and both are thriving.

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Reply #84 posted 08/21/19 11:49am

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http://img-s-msn-com.akam...amp;y=1689

Baltimore police has no decision to bring back surveillance planes

There's no decision yet on whether to bring back a controversial surveillance plane program to Baltimore.

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