Progressive Thoughts For Today

Democrats have intentionally turned Baltimore into a complete hell hole of government dependency, crime, drugs and hopelessness, because government dependents vote almost 100% for Democrats.

Then they allow their thugs to destroy the city, and run all the businesses out – and think they can make everything better by lynching cops who were trying to keep the city safe.

Speaking at an event in Baltimore, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake discusses her battles to bring reform to the Baltimore police dept., and why if “three black women, at three different levels” can’t bring healing to the community, she doesn’t know what will.

Downtown Baltimore has turned into a ghost town. The Orioles are playing their home games in Florida. The mayor allowed thugs to destroy hundreds of Korean businesses, because apparently Korean Lives Don’t Matter to her.

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Baltimore doesn’t need touchy feely healing. It needs to get rid of the Democratic politicians who have destroyed the city, and get rid of their generation of thugs who have wrecked the schools, city and are starting to wreck nearby cities like Columbia, MD where I am currently residing.

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34 Responses to Progressive Thoughts For Today

  1. Ban UN Agenda 21 ICLEI from every city town county state

  2. Warren D. Walker says:

    Pictures of Baltimore “citizens” dancing in the streets following the indictment announcement reminded me of the Palestinians dancing in the streets after the 9-11 attack.

  3. R. Shearer says:

    But isn’t housing “affordable” within the city?

  4. rah says:

    Fact is that Maryland did relatively well financially during the last recession compared to us folks that live outside the strong financial influence of Washington DC. So they could maintain a good level of handouts to the sick, lame, and lazy. So unfortunately I don’t see those boneheads electing any conservative or libertarian to high office. You have stated why that is the case already. They will start changing only when the big money starts leaving town, and only then just enough to appease those big players.

    • We just overwhelmingly elected a conservative Republican governor

      • rah says:

        “conservative”? How so? The man refuses to state his positions on most critical social issues and has been appointing democrats to key positions. He has stated he will “respect Maryland’s current laws” specifically in reference to the oppressive gun laws in the state. He seems to be a fiscal conservative but that is it. Now that may be “conservative” in the world of the I-95 corridor, but it ain’t even close to meeting the definition of that term out here where corn and soybeans are grown.

      • rah says:

        Oh, BTW just to make my position clear Tony. I sincerely hope your right and I’m wrong. But even if you are correct and the man turns out to be a true conservative, he will have to really be a genius to get much done in the face of the democrat machine in that state.

    • Dave says:

      “Spoken like a true establishment Republican.”

      Uh, OK- I am not an “establishment republican”. But, the fact is to win the general election, the republicans do have to appeal to the middle.

      – majority now support gay marriage, 8 in 10 young people support gay marriage

      – 47% of Americans still pro-choice

      – 41% of independents and even 24% of Republicans identify themselves as “moderates”

      The country is in a fiscal and foreign policy crisis (and a regulatory one). The Republicans need to run on those issues and offer practical solutions. They will not win crowing about things such as gay marriage or abortion. Just my opinion.

      • rah says:

        Appealing to the middle is totally relative as determined by where you are running. I have the luxury of not being a politician. I’m far to honest for that profession. But don’t try and tell me it’s raining while your pissing down my back.

        IOW, in the context of national politics, the definition of a “Conservative” does not change from place to place. You either adhere to the concepts or you don’t. You either believe in the right of the private citizen to bear arms, or you don’t. You either believe in limited government or you don’t. You either believe in the American people, or you don’t. etc, etc.

  5. Ben Vorlich says:

    My favourite saying on benefits culture:

    Any politician who robs Peter to pay Paul can always rely on Paul’s support.

  6. David M says:

    As of today…Chicago. .another Demo. City….the number of murders is 604. Where is the marching and burning for these 640? Black lives matter except when they kill each other

    • rah says:

      They didn’t matter during the entire war in Iraq when murders in Chicago outnumbered US KIA on a regular basis during the warmer times of the year in that city.

      The press consistently hyped the war casualty numbers while failing to put them in such a context.

    • Dave says:

      Blacks killing other blacks doesn’t fit the victim agenda.

  7. David M says:

    Excuse me..miss type. The murders is 640…not 604

  8. Hugh K says:

    Brooklyn, Illinois…..Promiseland, SC…..Soul City, NC……Detroit……Baltimore.
    Sorry MLK Jr. Character over color remains a dream. Color over character remains a nightmare.

  9. Mike D says:

    It doesn’t seem to be an accident that Democrat politicians allowed things to get out of hand, and newsworthy in both Ferguson and Baltimore. Had looting and rioting been shut down right away in both instances, there would not have been weeks and months of media coverage. That was the goal.

    Hilary is not going to get the automatic block vote that Obama picked up. Giving work permits to millions of illegals hits most directly at those who are vying for the same jobs, and that program is ramping up into 2016. Which might be a good reason for voters to stay home. But if instead of economic concerns, they’re focused on a false narrative of being targeted, they might be prodded to show up.

    • Dave says:

      “Giving work permits to millions of illegals hits most directly at those who are vying for the same jobs, and that program is ramping up into 2016. Which might be a good reason for voters to stay home.”

      Good reason? It would be idiotic for voters to stay home. Now more than ever people need to get involved. I wouldn’t count on Hillary not getting the “block” votes. Republicans continually blow it on communication and I wouldn’t count on them to avoid doing so this time either. If they nominate another milk toast Hillary will win. It is an opportunity, you could have someone like Ben Carson appealing to at least a % of the black community. But we are just as likely to end up with Jeb Milk Toast Bush as President and someone like Paul Ryan as VP. I didn’t have anything against Paul Ryan but choosing someone like that as your VP actually reinforced negative perceptions about Romney rather than countering them.

  10. rah says:

    Community Organizer = Race Baiter= Current President of the United States.

    • Dave says:

      And a mainstream media that loves to stoke the fires. One day it might come back to bite them you know where.

      • rah says:

        It already is but they’ve set things up with cable to slow the negative financial feed back. By cable paying huge amounts for contracts, the big names are slow to feel the financial realities of low ratings.

  11. Robertv says:

    When Progressives run out of ideas they just start an other war.

  12. dmacleo says:

    so glad I hate cities enough to never live in one.

    • gator69 says:

      I moved out of the city permanently15 years ago, and will never go back. Life in the sticks is the only way I keep my sanity in this mad mad mad mad world.

  13. emsnews says:

    I own my own mountain. from the stream below to the top. I have birds, deer, predators, amphibians, fish and insects as neighbors. Some of these provide me with food.

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