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Baltimore Residents Fearful Amid Rash Of Homicides


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Who didn't see this coming? Why would police be proactive in Baltimore? Now the residents got what they wanted less aggressive policing and they aren't happy with the results. The fact of the matter is the police were used as a scapegoat for all the problems in that city. They were the easy target. Of course the moronic democrats are saying the answer is we need more gun control when Maryland already has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation. The other democrat talking point is that more money is needed when all the evidence shows there has been a lot of money spent on programs and schools in Baltimore with not much to show for it.

 

Maybe they need to look at the democrats who have run Baltimore for the last 50 years. Why isn't anyone putting the blame on those leaders?

 

 

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2015/05/28/baltimore-residents-fearful-amid-rash-of-homicides/

 

 

http://allenbwest.com/2015/04/the-dirty-little-secret-no-one-wants-to-admit-about-baltimore/

 

Yes, the dirty little secret that no one wants to admit is that Baltimore, and so many other urban areas and inner city communities in America are a reflection of the abject failure of liberal progressive socialist policies as advanced by the Democrat party.

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It tends to be the norm that the people screeching "fuck the police" need the police the most. The mayor and city council in Baltimore want the locals to be unarmed but then vilify the local police for being heavy handed. So they want the locals to be defenseless and to have minimal police involvement in violent neighborhoods. They get what they asked for.

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Funny how this thread attracted only crickets.

 

You mean you libs so full of wisdom got no answers? Woody? Cleve?...or even one of your lame excuses?

 

Meet a negro whining about there not being enough cops now...

 

“Before it was over-policing. Now there’s no police,” said Donnail “Dreads” Lee, 34, who lives in the Gilmor Homes, the public housing complex where Gray, 25, was chased down. “People feel as though they can do things and get away with it. I see people walking with guns almost every single day, because they know the police aren’t pulling them up like they used to.”

 

Better on occasion to have one of your thugs martyred at the hands of the police than to be without the police.

 

http://baltimore.cbs...h-of-homicides/

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It seems that criminals, especially black criminals, have Obamao, Holder, Lynch and that

bigot of a prosecutor on their side.

 

Note: Apparently, the prosecutor is making a big splash for the black population.... and btw, her husband

is, I think, running for mayor.

 

go figure, eh? another Obamao #inspiretheblacksubculturetogetoutthevote ?

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I must give partial credit to Obama...once.

 

In his commencement speech at the all black Morehouse college...Obama called for better family values among the black community and personal responsibility over complaints about racism.

Obama told the grads to “recognize the burdens you carry with you, but resist the temptation to use them as excuses.”

 

That drew accusations of finger wagging by blacks and white liberal fucks...in defense of these assholes, yes Obama was speaking to educated black college graduates, not a bunch of street thugs. Kind of insulting.

But Obama also did say:

 

"If you set an example in your own lives and do your part to help meet the challenges of our time, then I am confident that, together, we will continue the never-ending task of perfecting our union.”

 

 

http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/13531/

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Accountability: After encouraging rioters to lay waste to Baltimore, the city's mayor now says she's confident she can get Uncle Sam to pay for the damage. What is this, the new age of federally financed riots?

One month after the race riots that trashed Baltimore, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said that the city would apply for a $20 million Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to replenish the "rainy day fund" being used to pay for cleanup and police overtime costs in the wake of the mayhem that she herself is on record as encouraging.

 

This smells pretty funny, given that FEMA funds are meant mostly for natural disasters, not riot damage. But more to the point, it's effectively an escape from fiscal accountability and political responsibility, given Rawlings-Blake's role in fueling the riots.

Rawlings-Blake, remember, is the one who lit the fuse by saying, "We also gave those who wished to destroy space to do that" — a clear incitement to riot, even as she unconvincingly denied meaning any such thing while Baltimore burned.

Instead of resigning, or being asked to, Rawlings-Blake is now more confident than ever that cash is on its way, according to press reports. This may very well be true, given all the evidence of political dealmaking with the Obama White House and Eric Holder's Justice Department.

 

http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/052815-754726-baltimores-federally-financed-riots.htm

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