Alinsky lives in Uptown

Alinskyism is bad enough, but in the hands of jerks, it’s worse.

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  • Margaret McC.  On 01/28/2013 at 8:22 am

    I wish I could have left a comment on the article at the site, but I will not use Facebook — here’s my reply”

    “Since when does anyone have an obligation to lose money to provide someone else a cheap place to live? Or, in FLATS case, have to possibly charge more to other renters to offset the loss on the “afforable units”? The poor that the Left is always going on about are often criminals or other non-working (able-bodied) parasites. Making room for them via tax-payer subsidies usually ends up degrading the units and the lives of the other hard-working people paying their own way who have them living in their midst. Unless old units are replaced or renovated, the city dies.

    If everyone who thinks someone else should pay for the poor offered to house one of the poor, the problem would be solved. It never happens, or if it were, it would not be a long-lasting solution. The lifestyles of the same poor would create such disruption and tension that they would be ousted pretty quickly. The chronic poor, aged and disabled people excepted, are that way because of their personality and moral problems — always.”

  • modemjunkie  On 01/29/2013 at 7:07 am

    O a, glad to see you have mellowed.

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