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    Boudin Recalled

    Chesa Boudin, the progressive and radical Soros funded District Attorney of San Francisco and the son of criminals, has been removed in a recall election in a landslide. San Francisco has spiraled into a wasteland of homelessness and crime. The liberals in Democrat controlled cities have appeared to begin to say enough is enough.

    #2
    Well, that was a no brainer. Give a baby that'll stick anything in its mouth, too much candy, and that should go badly. Babies cry enough to get attention, till the adults realize they have to step in and start a new trend with all the kids.

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      #3
      Originally posted by alex peters View Post
      San Francisco has spiraled into a wasteland of homelessness and crime. The liberals in Democrat controlled cities have appeared to begin to say enough is enough.
      https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom...ublican-party/

      Americans living in counties that voted Democratic during presidential elections from 2000 to 2016 experienced larger decreases in death rates than residents of counties that voted for a Republican candidate, finds a study published by The BMJ today.

      The results show that the gap in overall death rates between Democratic and Republican counties increased more than sixfold from 2001 to 2019, especially for white populations, and was driven mainly by deaths due to heart disease, cancer, chronic lung disease, unintentional injuries, and suicide.

      The researchers suggest that this widening gap may reflect the influence of political environments on social, economic, and health policies.

      Previous studies have shown that US counties that elect Republican candidates tend to experience worse health outcomes. However, recent trends in mortality differences for residents of Republican and Democratic counties are not known, nor are the conditions that might be driving those changes.

      To address this uncertainty, a team of researchers set out to assess recent trends in age adjusted mortality rates (AAMRs) in the United States based on county level presidential voting patterns.

      Their findings are based on data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked to county level data on US presidential elections. County political environment was classified as either Democratic or Republican for the four years that followed a November presidential election.

      The researchers also repeated the analysis looking only at counties that voted exclusively Democratic or Republican throughout the two decades as well as performing an analysis using state governor election results as opposed to presidential elections.

      The overall study period covered five presidential elections from 2000 to 2019 and included data for 99.8% of the US population.

      Between 2001 and 2019, mortality rates decreased by 22% in Democratic counties (from 850 to 664 per 100,000), but by only half that (11%) in Republican counties (from 867 to 771 per 100,000).

      Consequently, the gap in mortality rates between Republican and Democratic counties jumped by 541%, from 16.7 per 100,000 in 2001 to 107 deaths per 100,000 in 2019.

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        #4
        Originally posted by alex peters View Post
        Chesa Boudin, the progressive and radical Soros funded District Attorney of San Francisco and the son of criminals, has been removed in a recall election in a landslide. San Francisco has spiraled into a wasteland of homelessness and crime. The liberals in Democrat controlled cities have appeared to begin to say enough is enough.
        Frisco is an absolute mess. Needles and human poop everywhere downtown. The "leaders" ruined such a beautiful place.... Same goes for L.A. I just drove through there last Thursday and there were homeless people camping all up and down La Cienega, a very bust street through the heart of LA... There's no sense of order... I won't be moving to either city or Chicago for that matter... Terrible leadership. Maybe we should focus on the glory of hairy legs.

        https://katv.com/news/nation-world/a...t-cities-in-us
        Last edited by Somis Sound; 06-08-2022, 03:30 PM.

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          #5
          The poorest states have Republican legislatures.

          Those "blue" cities keep "red" states from going bankrupt.

          https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/...states-afloat/

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            #6
            Originally posted by Somis Sound View Post

            Frisco is an absolute mess. Needles and human poop everywhere downtown. The "leaders" ruined such a beautiful place.... Same goes for L.A. I just drove through there last Thursday and there were homeless people camping all up and down La Cienega, a very bust street through the heart of LA... There's no sense of order... I won't be moving to either city or Chicago for that matter... Terrible leadership. Maybe we should focus on the glory of hairy legs.

            https://katv.com/news/nation-world/a...t-cities-in-us
            I live along the California coast. You are right. L. A. is a sewer. Venice Beach has turned into a homeless encampmemt.

            I was in San Francisco 5 years ago. Once a beautiful city is a homeless drug fueled sewer.

            Horrible!. The United States is in total decline. If you are young you want to look at greener pastures.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Yesed View Post
              Well, that was a no brainer. Give a baby that'll stick anything in its mouth, too much candy, and that should go badly. Babies cry enough to get attention, till the adults realize they have to step in and start a new trend with all the kids.
              Yep. The only question is if it is too late. Can an 800 pound person go on a diet and get down to 255

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                #8
                IMHO this is what happens when you cater to the extreme “progressive” left, put too much focus on social justice type issues that folks scream about on Twitter and lose sight of the meat, potatoes, nuts and bolts of functional, competent and orderly government. They are great at grandstanding and being outraged, but not very good at rolling up their sleeves and doing the work.
                Last edited by Frumious B; 06-09-2022, 03:47 AM.
                “Well ain’t life grand when you finally hit it?”-David Lee Roth

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                  #9
                  However, the Marjorie Taylor Greenes and Lauren Boeberts are no better which leaves supporters of basic competence and integrity in quite the lurch.
                  “Well ain’t life grand when you finally hit it?”-David Lee Roth

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by bondegezou View Post

                    https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom...ublican-party/

                    Americans living in counties that voted Democratic during presidential elections from 2000 to 2016 experienced larger decreases in death rates than residents of counties that voted for a Republican candidate, finds a study published by The BMJ today.

                    The results show that the gap in overall death rates between Democratic and Republican counties increased more than sixfold from 2001 to 2019, especially for white populations, and was driven mainly by deaths due to heart disease, cancer, chronic lung disease, unintentional injuries, and suicide.

                    The researchers suggest that this widening gap may reflect the influence of political environments on social, economic, and health policies.

                    Previous studies have shown that US counties that elect Republican candidates tend to experience worse health outcomes. However, recent trends in mortality differences for residents of Republican and Democratic counties are not known, nor are the conditions that might be driving those changes.

                    To address this uncertainty, a team of researchers set out to assess recent trends in age adjusted mortality rates (AAMRs) in the United States based on county level presidential voting patterns.

                    Their findings are based on data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked to county level data on US presidential elections. County political environment was classified as either Democratic or Republican for the four years that followed a November presidential election.

                    The researchers also repeated the analysis looking only at counties that voted exclusively Democratic or Republican throughout the two decades as well as performing an analysis using state governor election results as opposed to presidential elections.

                    The overall study period covered five presidential elections from 2000 to 2019 and included data for 99.8% of the US population.

                    Between 2001 and 2019, mortality rates decreased by 22% in Democratic counties (from 850 to 664 per 100,000), but by only half that (11%) in Republican counties (from 867 to 771 per 100,000).

                    Consequently, the gap in mortality rates between Republican and Democratic counties jumped by 541%, from 16.7 per 100,000 in 2001 to 107 deaths per 100,000 in 2019.
                    One of the problems we have today is the original post is 100% factual. San Francisco is controlled by the Democrats. The voters are overall Democrat. And they voted to remove the Attorney General.

                    You turn a non political post into a political one by referencing some study that fits your narrative.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by alex peters View Post

                      One of the problems we have today is the original post is 100% factual. San Francisco is controlled by the Democrats. The voters are overall Democrat. And they voted to remove the Attorney General.

                      You turn a non political post into a political one by referencing some study that fits your narrative.
                      Now, which forum is this particular thread in again?🤔

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Mr. Holland View Post

                        Now, which forum is this particular thread in again?🤔
                        It is a world news event. I have not turned it into politics. You need to reference Henry, not me

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                          #13
                          Crime is out of control everywhere. Not just in Democratic controlled cities.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by alex peters View Post

                            It is a world news event. I have not turned it into politics. You need to reference Henry, not me
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                            Look again. You started this thread.

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                              #15
                              Hey guys, this thread was originally in World News, I moved it to the Politics preventively, let's not add gas to the fire, sorry about that, still learning how to deal with things
                              "We all gotta climb mountains!" - Jon Anderson 2003

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