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Chicagoans: Obama worst President ever.
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http://rebelpundit.com/chicago-southside...r-elected/

http://youtu.be/J9ixOsjut3E



Now, notice what they are angry about is that someone else is getting their goodies.

Yeah.


I really do feel for those just trying to make their way amongst so much violence, but their culture continues to promote it and protect it. From "no snitchin" to acceptance of the destructive lifestyles, and adoration of violent thug rappers who glorify crime and murder as a means to "get by".
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#2
In terms of urban crime, there are two (2) main reasons why I think it will never greatly get better.

1) The people in these areas allow crime to foster through their "no snitch'n" mentality, which includes lack of victims and witnesses in the court system.
2) The court system, at least in Philly, is a huge joke. People who are obviously guilty beyond a reasonable doubt are either found not guilty or are given a joke of a punishment. My friend is a Philly cop and just had a homicide case recently. He said it blatantly was obvious the suspect did it, but the jury found the suspect not guilty because they felt bad for him. Even in my own experiences, I've seen multiple offenders of violent crime who are only given probation...WHO WERE ALSO ON PROBATION WHEN THEY WERE ARRESTED.

There are multiple factors for why crime exists, especially in urban areas. Hell, I've written 20+ page papers on this in college. However I would like to point out that the reason the crime rate is lower outside of Philly, even in low social economic status areas, is because the people there are more willing to testify in court, and the criminal justice system out there is a lot more effective when it comes to sentencing.

This is my last week with my current company so I'll be a little more open. I am an investigator for a very high end retailer. I do lots of paperwork and auditing, fraud and theft prevention training, internal (employee) and external (customers/clients) investigations that involve theft and fraud (merchandise theft, time fraud, credit card fraud, check fraud, counterfeit money, organized retail crime, etc.), and, obviously, apprehending shoplifters. Last winter I apprehended a guy who was on probation and had ten (10) prior arrests, a lot of them for violent crime. He was given 2 years reporting probation. The same guy was arrested twice in Bucks County a month after I apprehended him. They sent him to state prison for 3 years. I've also been assaulted plenty of times. In the past the detectives would once in awhile charge them with robbery (use of force or threat of force during the commission of a theft). By the time it got to the court system, everything was bumped down to a misdemeanor retail theft charge. The system is a joke. However, I am happy to say I have never lost a single court case in the Philadelphia court system. That really is a pretty big accomplishment.
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#3
you have to remember 1 thing and 1 thing only...

its not their fault. its in their DNA and there's nothing that whitey can do to change that. slavery didn't help it and we all know whitey was behind that, the civil rights movement didn't help and whitey was heavily involved with that. so how can you expect a half white black president to succeed....after all he is half whitey
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#4
They are racist they are upset with o's white half
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#5
Bill Clinton was the African-American president.. sha bang bitches
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Ten*K;149293 Wrote:I really do feel for those just trying to make their way amongst so much violence, but their culture continues to promote it and protect it. From "no snitchin" to acceptance of the destructive lifestyles, and adoration of violent thug rappers who glorify crime and murder as a means to "get by".


Globalization is the economic factor (remember, economics drives MOST human behavior, it's the core of nearly all wars).

Ultimately, it's that these folks don't want to work for $0.10/hr. If they were; U.S. companies would be ditching almost all their overseas labor forces en-masse and we'd have full-employment, then a severe labor shortage where the price of labor could push upwards to whatever the true equilibrium should be.

Artificial price controls on wages (i.e. minimum wages) and jacking up the minimums plus the price baked into labor has led a monstrous push to outsource everything outsource-able.

The other way to go about it is to make outsourcing expensive. Internet taxes, scrubbing some of the Free-Trade Agreements that don't really benefit US labor, changing import duties also makes outsourcing more expensive and drives US companies to look inward.

The employment picture is looking better right now only because labor inflation in China has caused low wage jobs to double in rate in the last four years [unfortunately that's making Mexico a better option, not the US].

I'm all for other things going up like the cost of diesel and banning nuclear reactors on container ships so the fuel is always expensive. Those costs make foreign manufacture more expensive and forces companies to again turn inwards.



Social safety-net programs that basically keep low-income black people rooted in communities where jobs are pervasively scare is not a winning option. So are job placement services that are highly local. If we're going to subsidize something, we should be subsidizing job search and relocation to get lower-income folks who want to work located to where the available job is. Getting poorer people "unstuck" out of jobless communities and helping them find and getting them moved to areas where they can start fresh with a job is a way more advantageous deal. You could restructure Unemployment Tax for this very nature. People as they age also tend to get more antsy about relocating vs. someone in their 20s and early 30s who is most-likely to not have a problem with uprooting and moving. A program like that would also need to take into account that human factor to persuade the jobless to become more mobile and adaptive. That's also another thing that has us at a disadvantage with a few outsourcing mavens.


Immigrants to the US are very highly mobile and have a high drive to work. Those two things put them at a major advantage over folks not working.


Take the emotion and the racism out of it and just look at the dollars and sense.
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ArcticSplash;149455 Wrote:
Ten*K;149293 Wrote:I really do feel for those just trying to make their way amongst so much violence, but their culture continues to promote it and protect it. From "no snitchin" to acceptance of the destructive lifestyles, and adoration of violent thug rappers who glorify crime and murder as a means to "get by".


Globalization is the economic factor (remember, economics drives MOST human behavior, it's the core of nearly all wars).

Ultimately, it's that these folks don't want to work for $0.10/hr. If they were; U.S. companies would be ditching almost all their overseas labor forces en-masse and we'd have full-employment, then a severe labor shortage where the price of labor could push upwards to whatever the true equilibrium should be.

Artificial price controls on wages (i.e. minimum wages) and jacking up the minimums plus the price baked into labor has led a monstrous push to outsource everything outsource-able.

The other way to go about it is to make outsourcing expensive. Internet taxes, scrubbing some of the Free-Trade Agreements that don't really benefit US labor, changing import duties also makes outsourcing more expensive and drives US companies to look inward.

The employment picture is looking better right now only because labor inflation in China has caused low wage jobs to double in rate in the last four years [unfortunately that's making Mexico a better option, not the US].

I'm all for other things going up like the cost of diesel and banning nuclear reactors on container ships so the fuel is always expensive. Those costs make foreign manufacture more expensive and forces companies to again turn inwards.



Social safety-net programs that basically keep low-income black people rooted in communities where jobs are pervasively scare is not a winning option. So are job placement services that are highly local. If we're going to subsidize something, we should be subsidizing job search and relocation to get lower-income folks who want to work located to where the available job is. Getting poorer people "unstuck" out of jobless communities and helping them find and getting them moved to areas where they can start fresh with a job is a way more advantageous deal. You could restructure Unemployment Tax for this very nature. People as they age also tend to get more antsy about relocating vs. someone in their 20s and early 30s who is most-likely to not have a problem with uprooting and moving. A program like that would also need to take into account that human factor to persuade the jobless to become more mobile and adaptive. That's also another thing that has us at a disadvantage with a few outsourcing mavens.


Immigrants to the US are very highly mobile and have a high drive to work. Those two things put them at a major advantage over folks not working.


Take the emotion and the racism out of it and just look at the dollars and sense.

Can you please 'splain that to Obama and friends?
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#8
Looks like someone didn't get her $100 for voting for him.

As for not snitching, rats suck the pipe. No one has to be a snitch as long as someone is TKB when someone gets out of pocket.
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(07-15-2014, 07:16 PM)ArcticSplash Wrote:
Ten*K;149293 Wrote:I really do feel for those just trying to make their way amongst so much violence, but their culture continues to promote it and protect it. From "no snitchin" to acceptance of the destructive lifestyles, and adoration of violent thug rappers who glorify crime and murder as a means to "get by".


Globalization is the economic factor (remember, economics drives MOST human behavior, it's the core of nearly all wars).

Ultimately, it's that these folks don't want to work for $0.10/hr. If they were; U.S. companies would be ditching almost all their overseas labor forces en-masse and we'd have full-employment, then a severe labor shortage where the price of labor could push upwards to whatever the true equilibrium should be.

Artificial price controls on wages (i.e. minimum wages) and jacking up the minimums plus the price baked into labor has led a monstrous push to outsource everything outsource-able.

The other way to go about it is to make outsourcing expensive. Internet taxes, scrubbing some of the Free-Trade Agreements that don't really benefit US labor, changing import duties also makes outsourcing more expensive and drives US companies to look inward.

The employment picture is looking better right now only because labor inflation in China has caused low wage jobs to double in rate in the last four years [unfortunately that's making Mexico a better option, not the US].

I'm all for other things going up like the cost of diesel and banning nuclear reactors on container ships so the fuel is always expensive. Those costs make foreign manufacture more expensive and forces companies to again turn inwards.



Social safety-net programs that basically keep low-income black people rooted in communities where jobs are pervasively scare is not a winning option. So are job placement services that are highly local. If we're going to subsidize something, we should be subsidizing job search and relocation to get lower-income folks who want to work located to where the available job is. Getting poorer people "unstuck" out of jobless communities and helping them find and getting them moved to areas where they can start fresh with a job is a way more advantageous deal. You could restructure Unemployment Tax for this very nature. People as they age also tend to get more antsy about relocating vs. someone in their 20s and early 30s who is most-likely to not have a problem with uprooting and moving. A program like that would also need to take into account that human factor to persuade the jobless to become more mobile and adaptive. That's also another thing that has us at a disadvantage with a few outsourcing mavens.


Immigrants to the US are very highly mobile and have a high drive to work. Those two things put them at a major advantage over folks not working.


Take the emotion and the racism out of it and just look at the dollars and sense.

I was with you, until "Getting poorer people "unstuck" out of jobless communities and helping them find and getting them moved to areas where they can start fresh." In MD, they relocated the Public Housing Recipients out of Bodymore, Murderland, to some newly renovated housing in Edgewood. The city wanted their nearby Inner Harbor property to build million dollar condos, giving Harford County a shot of HUD reconstruction money to rebuild some old WWII housing. At first, the residents profusely complained, until they discovered that drug sales were just as prolific in suburbia, as they were in the city. Also, they found that suburbanites pay with more frequency and are more easily intimidated into payment. Finally, it was quite apparent the advantages in dealing in a community that was policed by Andy and Barney, rather than a million dollar inner city drug task force. In essence, I think it to be rather difficult to get card carrying members of the Bloods and Crips to give up their lifestyle, regardless of their surroundings. All one has to do is look to the NBA, NFL, Rap Music industry... for examples.
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The other advantage with 'relocating' poor people so they can find better jobs is that it's very easy to install the electorate you desire.
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