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The Cost Of Obamanomics: Violent Crimes Rose 18 Percent in 2011

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DonGlock26, Oct 17, 2012.


  1. DonGlock26

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    Government: Violent Crimes Rose 18 Percent in 2011


    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wire...es-rose-18-percent-2011-17499236#.UH7XFMXA_CY


    Years of Obamanomics are now being felt on the streets of America. Cuts to police forces and extremely high unemployment are certainly key reasons for the increase in crime. Four more years of the same economic failure is not the way to make American streets safer. America needs a change. A change from Obamanomics and back to sane economic policy.
     

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    Liberal government at it's finest!

    Obama keeping his promise to fundamentally change America is all.

    Four more years of this administration and it'll be Saturday night in Chicago all across the formerly great USA.

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  3. FetchMonster1

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    So BO cut funding to local PDs?
     
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    BO's economic policies are destroying the tax base that funds the PD's. Duh!

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  5. JFrame

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    Let's see -- implement economic policies that create an environment which fosters violent crime, and then call for an assault weapon ban and tighter handgun controls because there's more violent crime...

    Anyone else see something downright Swift-like in this madness? [​IMG]


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    OK man, thanks for clarifying that.
     
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    I think that is fast becoming the case and the administration has put up a furious effort to bring it to bear.
     
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    Ooooooohhhh...I see what you did there... [​IMG]


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    On the bright side it's still down 65 percent from 1993. That's pretty amazing.
     
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    Could some of the increase be the racially motivated attacks by urban youths and mobs?Ya think?
     
  11. ModGlock17

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    Yes. But the Gun Sales statistics worth a look. Simply awesome for firearms, ammo, reloading supply companies, gun clubs, and more...

    BHO has been good and magical to firearms economy as TigerWood had been to golf economy!
     
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