OBAMA SURGING HOMELESS: Gay 71 Year Old Maimi, FL Man -- Killed by Homeless who was Arrested 29 Times

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    Sep 29, 2016 1:42 AM GMT
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    Washington, D.C., Miami, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles are all struggling with surging homeless populations, but will change only come after the nonhomeless are affected?

    The issue of urban homelessness again made headlines following the death of a gay man in Miami — the husband of an AIDS organization executive director — after he was shoved to the ground by a transient arrested 29 times previously.

    Spouses Thomas Lang Jr. (pictured, right) and Stephen Dutton were walking in downtown Miami last week when they encountered Evans Celestin panhandling. Celestin is a regular fixture in the area and has been known to hassle locals and visitors, according to the Miami Herald. When Lang took a photo of Celestin — allegedly to report his behavior to authorities — the homeless man ran over and shoved him to the ground. The 71-year-old man's head hit the pavement, and he died after being taken to the hospital.

    The couple were relatively new to the city; Dutton, 68, ran the Samaritan House of Fort Worth, Texas, for 20 years before he and Lang retired to Miami four years ago.

    http://www.advocate.com/crime/2016/9/15/after-gay-man-killed-transient-will-cities-confront-homelessness
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    Sep 29, 2016 2:06 AM GMT
    And how, exactly, was President Obama implicated in this? The care of the local homeless is a State and County issue, is it not, rather than US Federal? And our Republican Governor has rejected Federal aid to Florida that might have provided treatment to this killer, and prevented the tragedy.

    And I might also note that during the Bush Recession, before Obama took office, more homeless were created than currently remain on the streets by the end of the second Obama Administration. As the US economy greatly rebounds, Fox News disinformation to the contrary.

    Now tell us again, please, how President Obama gets the blame for this?
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    Sep 29, 2016 2:34 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidAnd how, exactly, was President Obama implicated in this? The care of the local homeless is a State and County issue, is it not, rather than US Federal? And our Republican Governor has rejected Federal aid to Florida that might have provided treatment to this killer, and prevented the tragedy.

    And I might also note that during the Bush Recession, before Obama took office, more homeless were created than currently remain on the streets by the end of the second Obama Administration. As the US economy greatly rebounds, Fox News disinformation to the contrary.

    Now tell us again, please, how President Obama gets the blame for this?


    Okay, I'll bite...

    From the article...."Washington, D.C., Miami, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles are all struggling with surging homeless populations"

    All DEMOCRAT run cities. Why do you blame a Republican governor of Florida for Miami....but not a Democrat governor of California for LA and SF?

    Obama gave us the words "SURGING HOMELESS" which means more people without a place to live.

    Why more homeless under Obama?

    1. Open Borders = More drugs = More Homeless.
    2. Open Borders = More labor supply = Lower pay, tougher job market = More Homeless.
    3. Open Borders = More demand for social services = Less available for citizens = More Homeless.
    4. Lousy Trade Deals = Less Jobs = More Homeless.
    5. Exported Jobs = Less Jobs = More Homeless.
    6. More work VISAs = Less Jobs = More Homeless.

    Obama works for his Wall St. buddies who made billions under his terrible trade and immigration policies.

    Hillary will do the same.
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    Sep 29, 2016 6:23 AM GMT
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    Obama works for his Wall St. buddies who made billions under his terrible trade and immigration policies.

    Hillary will do the same.

    Yep, just repeating extremist Right Wing, Fox News disinformation as I figured. Without any credible evidence to prove those assertions.

    I can discuss an issue with someone who thinks for himself, and whose mind is open to ideas. Wasting my time with the closed minds of propaganda sellers is like arguing with an outdoor political billboard sign, useless pursuits I would rather forego. With about as much likelihood of seeing any meaningful exchange with them as I would from vocally confronting a political sign's words, writ large.
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    Oct 02, 2016 4:28 PM GMT
    Well, at least Florida still has a death penalty for murder. The creep might actually get what he deserves.