MAGA - Red States best at... being poor!

  • splooje

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    Feb 22, 2018 1:59 AM GMT
    That's why they're always looking for a scapegoat! So sad!

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  • northbeach

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    Feb 23, 2018 12:43 AM GMT
    That's right.
  • craycraydoesd...

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    Mar 02, 2018 5:24 AM GMT
    northbeach saidThat's right.


    Lol southbeach/twomeninlove parody
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    Mar 02, 2018 5:32 AM GMT
    Living the good life in San Francisco...

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  • craycraydoesd...

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    Mar 02, 2018 5:45 AM GMT
    The good life, everywhere in any red state:

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  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 02, 2018 7:48 AM GMT
    Muskelprotz saidLiving the good life in San Francisco...

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    ^ This is the absolute ugly truth of what we all see here in the Pacific Northwest and northern California. There is so much homelessness here.

    When I was in S.F. last August I literally had to step over homeless people lying on bare mattresses that were scattered throughout all the oily streets. It was really bad in SOMA and throughout certain parts of Market St.

    They are HUGE communities and some of these people consist of families that appear to have teenage young kids as part of their clan.

    In Seattle it's just as bad and is an issue that's getting worse by the day. Just last summer I had to call the police on a homeless person that was camping out on our stairs. I hate to kick these people out but if you don't do anything the take that as an invitation to encroach on your personal property more and more. A lot of the homes here don't have fences and sometimes I find bags of old greasy clothing along with shoes in our gangway. More than likely a homeless person changed or left his or her clothing behind. I toss it out.

    This is no joke. This is what I see in Seattle as I drive to get on the highway that's not too far from my partner's home:

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    I assure you. They are not republicans.

    The disparity of wealth from the well-to-do tech geeks who can afford to by 900K condos to those sleeping in tents under a viaduct is obscene.
  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 02, 2018 7:53 AM GMT
    craycraydoesdoes saidThe good life, everywhere in any red state:

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    At least that man has a home.

    Here's the good life in good ol' liberal Oregon in the town of Gresham; just sixteen miles from liberal Portland:
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    Just tents with no running water or heat. Now tell us again how so many more liberals than conservatives are wealthier?
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    MuchoMasQueMusculo said
    Muskelprotz saidLiving the good life in San Francisco...

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    ^ This is the absolute ugly truth of what we all see here in the Pacific Northwest and northern California. There is so much homelessness here.

    When I was in S.F. last August I literally had to step over homeless people lying on bare mattresses that were scattered throughout all the oily streets. It was really bad in SOMA and throughout certain parts of Market St.

    They are HUGE communities and some of these people consist of families that appear to have teenage young kids as part of their clan.

    In Seattle it's just as bad and is an issue that's getting worse by the day. Just last summer I had to call the police on a homeless person that was camping out on our stairs. I hate to kick these people out but if you don't do anything the take that as an invitation to encroach on your personal property more and more. A lot of the homes here don't have fences and sometimes I find bags of old greasy clothing along with shoes in our gangway. More than likely a homeless person changed or left his or her clothing behind. I toss it out.

    This is no joke. This is what I see in Seattle as I drive to get on the highway that's not too far from my partner's home:

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    I assure you. They are not republicans.

    The disparity of wealth from the well-to-do tech geeks who can afford to by 900K condos to those sleeping in tents under a viaduct is obscene.

    With shit all over the streets of California. It's well on it's way to being America's biggest shithole. Then there's all of the Democrats rustbelt cities too. They've so much to be proud of.
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    craycraydoesdoes said
    The good life, everywhere in any red state:

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    I'd see a lot of hovels like this while driving through Red States on business. The Gulf States like Louisiana were particularly shocking, whole communities of this. With broken washing machines rotting outside on collapsed porches, and the obligatory abandoned car(s) rusting all around the front lawn, the red neck equivalent of bird feeders and flowered garden plots.

    But of course selected photos are not proof alone, whether of Red States or Blue. It's the actual overall objective income statistics, more easily contrasted using charts, that tell the true story.
  • northbeach

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    Mar 02, 2018 3:28 PM GMT
    And the facts support the OP. It's pathetic how the trump trolls think pictures, taken from possibly anywhere, can debunk clear statistical patterns
  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 02, 2018 10:20 PM GMT
    Some fake troll talking about "facts."

    That's rich. icon_lol.gif

    Homelessness in blue states:

    Washington: a whopping 22,000.

    Oregon: 13,953

    Hawaii: 7,220

    California: A staggering 114,000


    Red states:

    Total homelessness in Alabama: 6,080.

    Mississippi: 2,797

    Texas: 19,177

    It may seem like a high number of homelessness in Texas but when you consider that they have 27.86 million residents and California has 39.25 million it's clear that a state like "BLUE DEMOCRATIC California has a HUGE population of way too many broke ass liberal bitchuz.

    And don't think that the number for Hawaii is low. For a total population of only a mere 1.4 million, Hawaii has a homeless population of 7,220 broke ass democrats. That means 487 out of 100K people are homeless. That's nearly 500 broke ass homeless liberals and has the highest capita in the entire nation.

    They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words. But of course, factual information that crumbles the redundant pathetic attempts of the liberal trolls who spread blatant lies is worth a lot more. In fact, it's priceless. icon_lol.gif

  • roadbikeRob

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    Mar 04, 2018 6:03 PM GMT
    two_meninlove said
    MuchoMasQueMusculo said
    Muskelprotz saidLiving the good life in San Francisco...

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    ^ This is the absolute ugly truth of what we all see here in the Pacific Northwest and northern California. There is so much homelessness here.

    When I was in S.F. last August I literally had to step over homeless people lying on bare mattresses that were scattered throughout all the oily streets. It was really bad in SOMA and throughout certain parts of Market St.

    They are HUGE communities and some of these people consist of families that appear to have teenage young kids as part of their clan.

    In Seattle it's just as bad and is an issue that's getting worse by the day. Just last summer I had to call the police on a homeless person that was camping out on our stairs. I hate to kick these people out but if you don't do anything the take that as an invitation to encroach on your personal property more and more. A lot of the homes here don't have fences and sometimes I find bags of old greasy clothing along with shoes in our gangway. More than likely a homeless person changed or left his or her clothing behind. I toss it out.

    This is no joke. This is what I see in Seattle as I drive to get on the highway that's not too far from my partner's home:

    [img]http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/city-beat/78ti1t/picture62941337/alternates/FREE_1140/1_LS_SEATTLE_HOMELESS_0002[/img

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    I assure you. They are not republicans.

    The disparity of wealth from the well-to-do tech geeks who can afford to by 900K condos to those sleeping in tents under a viaduct is obscene.

    With shit all over the streets of California. It's well on it's way to being America's biggest shithole. Then there's all of the Democrats rustbelt cities too. They've so much to be proud of.
    One old rustbelt city that is very proud of its horrendous urban misery is the once great and prosperous City of Baltimore, Maryland. Not only does the big B at the northern head of the Chesapeake have drugs, violent hoodlums, and rampant urban decay and abandonment, it also has a shitload of homeless vagrants living in cardboard boxes under highway bridges, in public parks, in alleys, or they are squatting in decrepit abandoned rowhouses. Good going Baltimore! We Americans think so highly of you lol.
  • highforthis

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    Mar 05, 2018 4:10 AM GMT
    Homeless populations are hardly indicative of a region's wealth. In fact it's the inverse.
    The homeless tend to migrate to better climates and places with better support/ability to provide for them. Vancouver has the wealthiest people in Canada, but in one of the more left wing provinces and also attracts the homeless from the rest of the county.

    Why the richer the state, the higher the homelessness rate:
    https://www.curbed.com/2016/8/26/12652130/homelessness-economy-affordable-housing-poverty
  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 05, 2018 8:56 AM GMT
    highforthis saidHomeless populations are hardly indicative of a region's wealth. In fact it's the inverse.
    The homeless tend to migrate to better climates and places with better support/ability to provide for them. Vancouver has the wealthiest people in Canada, but in one of the more left wing provinces and also attracts the homeless from the rest of the county.

    Why the richer the state, the higher the homelessness rate:
    https://www.curbed.com/2016/8/26/12652130/homelessness-economy-affordable-housing-poverty


    You can redirect that logic and say the same for people who have money or the ability to make money who flock to areas in order to do better, enjoy better climate, more success, blah blah blah. Seattle and the Pacific Northwest is a hot spot for a lot of people who have been moving here for the past five to seven years. Just because some of them hold degrees or certain titles that allow them to make their six figures while they sit in front of a computer, text message their friends and barely lift a finger hardly doing anything that resembles what most would consider "hard work" doesn't make them any more valuable or more accountable to the state's overall population than those who are homeless.

    At the end of the day, no grown adult is shackled to an area he calls his home. In other words, we all are where we want to be because we have free will.

    At any rate, I highly disagree with "curbed.com." There is no way homeless people can afford to flock to Hawaii from other parts of the country. That's quite an expensive one way trip to make. And as I already provided above, Hawaii has the highest homelessness rate per capita compared to any other state of the U.S.A. Your article doesn't even provide us with any input as to how homeless people migrate from one area to another let alone provide us with any information as to how the homeless people from the mainland can somehow manage to afford to travel across the Pacific Ocean to find a better homeless life in tropical paradise.

    In the online article below that I provide it points out that 40% of homeless Hawaiians actually have jobs. So they are not free to migrate as they please like a typical homeless person with no obligations or responsibilities. They simply cannot afford to have a home or an apartment:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jun/22/hawaii-homeless-camps-puuhonua-safe-zones

    By the terms used to refer to each other in the homeless community it appears that a lot of the homeless people in Hawaii are native Polynesians.

    Why aren't white liberals providing a helping hand to these underprivileged natives whose land we took from them? Oh that's right, wealthy white liberals have the inconvenience of having to pay a mortgage on their 900K-1M+ luxury town home with ocean views which is due every month. Oh and then there's that hefty luxury monthly car payment and auto insurance premiums!

    White rich leftist liberals EVERYWHERE YOU TURN! Poor non-white local natives don't count at all, sorry! Just sweep their meaningless existence under the carpet!
  • highforthis

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    Mar 09, 2018 2:28 AM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo said
    highforthis saidHomeless populations are hardly indicative of a region's wealth. In fact it's the inverse.
    The homeless tend to migrate to better climates and places with better support/ability to provide for them. Vancouver has the wealthiest people in Canada, but in one of the more left wing provinces and also attracts the homeless from the rest of the county.

    Why the richer the state, the higher the homelessness rate:
    https://www.curbed.com/2016/8/26/12652130/homelessness-economy-affordable-housing-poverty


    You can redirect that logic and say the same for people who have money or the ability to make money who flock to areas in order to do better, enjoy better climate, more success, blah blah blah. Seattle and the Pacific Northwest is a hot spot for a lot of people who have been moving here for the past five to seven years. Just because some of them hold degrees or certain titles that allow them to make their six figures while they sit in front of a computer, text message their friends and barely lift a finger hardly doing anything that resembles what most would consider "hard work" doesn't make them any more valuable or more accountable to the state's overall population than those who are homeless.

    At the end of the day, no grown adult is shackled to an area he calls his home. In other words, we all are where we want to be because we have free will.

    At any rate, I highly disagree with "curbed.com." There is no way homeless people can afford to flock to Hawaii from other parts of the country. That's quite an expensive one way trip to make. And as I already provided above, Hawaii has the highest homelessness rate per capita compared to any other state of the U.S.A. Your article doesn't even provide us with any input as to how homeless people migrate from one area to another let alone provide us with any information as to how the homeless people from the mainland can somehow manage to afford to travel across the Pacific Ocean to find a better homeless life in tropical paradise.

    In the online article below that I provide it points out that 40% of homeless Hawaiians actually have jobs. So they are not free to migrate as they please like a typical homeless person with no obligations or responsibilities. They simply cannot afford to have a home or an apartment:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jun/22/hawaii-homeless-camps-puuhonua-safe-zones

    By the terms used to refer to each other in the homeless community it appears that a lot of the homeless people in Hawaii are native Polynesians.

    Why aren't white liberals providing a helping hand to these underprivileged natives whose land we took from them? Oh that's right, wealthy white liberals have the inconvenience of having to pay a mortgage on their 900K-1M+ luxury town home with ocean views which is due every month. Oh and then there's that hefty luxury monthly car payment and auto insurance premiums!

    White rich leftist liberals EVERYWHERE YOU TURN! Poor non-white local natives don't count at all, sorry! Just sweep their meaningless existence under the carpet!


    lol you didn't contract anything I said. Of course wealthy people flock to blue states too; they're desirable places for both rich and poor. Not sure what point you're trying to make rambling about all these wealthy liberals you resent for working less and getting paid more than you...

    As for hawaii... the reality doesn't help your narrative - the biggest group of homeless is white - disproportionate to their relatively small population in Hawaii. It's not uncommon for people struggling elsewhere to seek a fresh start somewhere tropical and nice, only for it to not work out and have no funds left to go home.

    Whites: 25% of population, 32% of homeless.
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    http://uhfamily.hawaii.edu/publications/brochures/HomelessServiceUtilization2012.pdf
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  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 09, 2018 3:01 AM GMT
    ^ I'm just razzing the OP while I carry on loquaciously. icon_lol.gif

    But I didn't know that more whites were homeless in the state of Hawaii. Thanks for delineating the demographics by race.

    According to huffingtonpost.com Hawaii is the most liberal state in the country:

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/frank-degiacomo/why-hawaii-is-the-most-li_b_3937632.html

    If Hawaii has the highest homelessness per capita compared to the rest of the United States, yet forty percent of these homeless people have jobs it kinda crumbles the OP's assertion that red states are "best at being poor." icon_idea.gif
  • northbeach

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    Mar 09, 2018 3:25 AM GMT
    Using homeless stats to prove that blue states - wealthier by every other metric - is somehow poorer than red states, is desperate. The best states attract both ends of the economic spectrum. Homeless number in the thousands, state populations in the millions. The number of vagrants migrating to generous states for survival has zero bearing on the economic health of those states. It's like saying Malaysia airlines, which lost who knows many planes by now, is somehow safer than Air Canada, which lost none, just because Air Canada has routinely hard landings from it's windier climate. Talk about tail wagging the dog.
  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 09, 2018 1:45 PM GMT
    northbeach saidUsing homeless stats to prove that blue states - wealthier by every other metric - is somehow poorer than red states, is desperate. The best states attract both ends of the economic spectrum. Homeless number in the thousands, state populations in the millions. The number of vagrants looking for handouts in a generous state has zero bearing on the economic health of the state. It's like saying Malaysia airlines, which lost who knows many planes by now, is somehow safer than Air Canada, which lost none, just because Air Canada has routinely hard landings from it's windier climate. Talk about tail wagging the dog.


    Ha! This whole "MAGA" series of distorted lies and bullshit is a complete flailing act of desperation.

    I already provided a sound example of using Texas's homeless compared to that of California's. Scroll up and read it again and maybe it'll sink it.

    Here's another example. Alabama, another "MAGA" state, has a total population of 4.9 million yet they only have 6,080 homeless people and rank 28th in the nation or 13%. Alabama's population is more than four times that of Hawaii yet Hawaii has more than 7,600 homeless people or 1500 more homeless people compared to Alabama.

    Hawaii's overall population isn't in the million's.' Their overall population is 1.43 million.
  • northbeach

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    Mar 13, 2018 1:10 AM GMT
    And Alabama is such a wonderful place...

    Homeless people die in poor states, or move to rich states for help, hence the inverse relationship between wealth and homeless population.

  • Mar 13, 2018 1:39 AM GMT
    splooje saidThat's why they're always looking for a scapegoat! So sad!

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    California best at ripping off renters , high cost of buying a house ,that lead to many being homeless or living out of there car, ( all cause the left kept the price of living out of touch with the rest of the U S A ) . we are not stupid , every leftist ran piss hole has a major homeless population .
  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Mar 13, 2018 2:13 AM GMT
    northbeach saidAnd Alabama is such a wonderful place...

    Homeless people die in poor states, or move to rich states for help, hence the inverse relationship between wealth and homeless population.


    That's simply not true. Just using Alabama as an example, here is an extensive list of dozens of cities that have shelters for the homeless.

    https://www.homelessshelterdirectory.org/alabama.html

    And don't be so eager to kick Alabama to the curb. Their is a small coastal area of Alabama just north and west of Florida that is gorgeous and is a resort area. I've been there and it's great in the wintertime.

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    Don't get me wrong. I know there's plenty of redneck trash from the south. I can't stand them. They could be politicians, white collar professionals, second-rate artists who think they're hot shit or whatever. Every place has assholes and great people.
  • splooje

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    Mar 13, 2018 2:23 AM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo said^ I'm just razzing the OP while I carry on loquaciously. icon_lol.gif

    But I didn't know that more whites were homeless in the state of Hawaii. Thanks for delineating the demographics by race.

    According to huffingtonpost.com Hawaii is the most liberal state in the country:

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/frank-degiacomo/why-hawaii-is-the-most-li_b_3937632.html

    If Hawaii has the highest homelessness per capita compared to the rest of the United States, yet forty percent of these homeless people have jobs it kinda crumbles the OP's assertion that red states are "best at being poor." icon_idea.gif


    Yet another attempt to make red state problems a "coloured" problem FAILS

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    Pretty safe to say that the only conclusion to be drawn from homeless populations is that the richest states have the most.
  • northbeach

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    Mar 21, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
    splooje said
    MuchoMasQueMusculo said^ I'm just razzing the OP while I carry on loquaciously. icon_lol.gif

    But I didn't know that more whites were homeless in the state of Hawaii. Thanks for delineating the demographics by race.

    According to huffingtonpost.com Hawaii is the most liberal state in the country:

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/frank-degiacomo/why-hawaii-is-the-most-li_b_3937632.html

    If Hawaii has the highest homelessness per capita compared to the rest of the United States, yet forty percent of these homeless people have jobs it kinda crumbles the OP's assertion that red states are "best at being poor." icon_idea.gif


    Yet another attempt to make red state problems a "coloured" problem FAILS

    LOOOL icon_lol.gif

    Pretty safe to say that the only conclusion to be drawn from homeless populations is that the richest states have the most.


    To MMTM's credit, that's probably the closest he's come to saying "I stand corrected" icon_lol.gif

  • Mar 22, 2018 11:35 PM GMT
    Blue states best at raising min. wage that drives up inflation and MAKES YOUR SAVINGS WORTH LESS . only to bring unskilled labor closer to skilled wages , this is what causes every fkn thing to go up .