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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by wildcat, Mar 22, 2009.
Import 1000 Zulus from Natal --put on OPD tee shirts ----Problem over
Actually, one section got a lot better after the Loma Prieta quake. It all fell down, and was rebuilt as a high-dollar area. Bam! No more crime.
Oaktown just needs big fires in the right spots, and some developers to come in and make housing that scum can't afford. Problem solved.
Too many kids being born out of wedlock. Too many people not holding their families together.
True story! Exactly right.
The root problem indeed!
Maybe one of the roots. The way inner-city culture glorifies violent criminality, portrays offenders as victims (liberals do this, too) and values stupidity, ignorance and irresponsibility is a major cause.
The whole victim, entitlement, racial, it's not my fault, please pass my medication train left the station and our country is stalled on the tracks.
Meizhu Lui's "Racial Wealth Gap" crap on c-span this morning raised my blood pressure 20 points.
Edit: Not sure if it's true or not, but the felon complained that he couldn't find a job. Hello, change the channel to something other than MTV. Lots of people can't find work atm. Not that I'd ever hire or help place a violent felon (assault iirc)
What I've heard from Oakland is that this killer's family are also a bunch of loser habitual offenders. IIRC, he was on parole for assault with a deadly weapon or something.
Wonderful how California likes to puke violent habitual offenders back out onto the street where they can kill innocent people like this. Yet they love making non-violent folks into felons with idiotic crap like their gun control laws.
It's not true. If you can't find work, you ain't been lookin'. There's always something to do. It may not be your cup of tea but that's just too bad. Get a job and keep it while you look for something you really want to do. I know. Doesn't do much good to say that in here. You're all workin'. I have to get back to work myself.
You know kids these days. Too proud to work at McDonalds, not too proud to still be living at home.