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Do Dems really help "the little guy"? Why do all liberal cites have big populations of the poor?

Asked By: Mr. Peanut - 12/6/2007
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ask any dem if they will give up their job to help the little guy. why do you think they like the illegals? that is modern day endentured servitude. look a new orleans. why did the mayor not get the people out on the buses rather than let them be cover in water. dems like having a group of lower income people to... More
Answered By: Dare Man - 12/6/2007
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Can you name one industrial urban center that is conservative? You're putting the cart before the horse.
Answered By: Hubris252 - 12/6/2007
 
Like San Fran ACTUALLY PAID DRUGGIES to go there. Are they stupid?
Answered By: THE CURE FOR LIBERALISM - 12/6/2007
 
Its there way of controling their voters.
Answered By: logank1469 - 12/6/2007
 
You have your cause and effect reversed. Being liberal doesn't make people poor, but being poor more makes them more inclined to be liberal.
Answered By: ConcernedCitizen - 12/6/2007
 
Cities have a large population of rich too. Who do you think buys that multi million $$ penthouses?
Answered By: im_foxygirl - 12/6/2007
 
Poor tends to equal dependent. When the political pundits fail to come through with their programs due to mismanagement and whatnot, those with that false sense of entitlement are left to their own devices waiting for that government program instead of being self-reliant... More
Answered By: MrOrph - 12/6/2007
 
you're reversing what the cause and what the effect is. in all likelihood, the cities would be even worse under a conservative politician
Answered By: A Priori - 12/6/2007
 
YES !! Because the big cities that been have controlled for decade upon decade by the Liberals the poor in those cities are only poor on paper . Most of them live very well off of the welfare state . Why would you move if your rent is free , your food stamps are free , your utilities are subsidized , you get free... More
Answered By: Barry - 12/6/2007
 
Absolutely. When was the last time that you saw a republican advocate raising the minimum wage? That's the least that anyone can do to help the little guy.
Answered By: Kerry R - 12/7/2007
 
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