Where a large minority population controls the vote for a large part, at least in the East.
New Orleans, Washington D.C., and Atlanta.
Where is the gap between rich and poor the greatest?
Socialistic policy robs opportunity for those not already in the game.
Don't forget that socialist utopian paradise, Detroit, Michigan!
47% of people are functionally illiterate because of total failure of unionized, socialized failed public school system!
Embarrassing aspect of socialism is how Obama went out of his way to create the same economy govt oversight, and socialist plan as Europe. Liberals looked forward to being like Europe. Now Europe is faced with huge govt debt created by crony capitalism, expanded public employee unions that are way out of balance with the private sector employees that foot the bill. Not only is Greece GOING TO GO UNDER because of socialism, but Spain, Portugal, Italy, are all in huge debt because of socialism.....and Obama has created the same socialistic model in the USA.
But the Tea Party is at fault for trying to put an end to it...yeh, right.
++Now Europe is faced with huge govt debt created by crony capitalism,++
Exactly what happened in the U.S when Bush 43 added five trillion to the national debt, and Obama is trying hard to reverse the trend....
>>Now Europe is faced with huge govt debt created by crony capitalism>>
hey thats Capitalism for you- the reason the European states are going thru the same malaise as the US economy has for the past few years is because of Capitalism not soshulism
Why shouldn't the gap widen under crony capitalism. Obama has given billions of tax payer money to his rich contributor friends. The rich get richer, and the gap widens under crony capitalism.
Virtually EVERY green energy company has proven corrupt, and rich contributors of Obama were rewarded with mega bucks from tax payers. No President for decades has received more money from Wall St. than Obama. He bashes the rich, and is now partying with them wanting more campaign contributions from them.