DAILYKENN.com -- Gary, Indiana is the most miserable city in the nation to live, according to businessinsider.com.
What does the city have in common with other most-miserable American cities? All are governed by Democrats.
Port Arthur, Texas is also governed by Democrats and ranks at number 2.
If you're looking for a cheap place to live and wish to redistribute your wealthy among the disenfranchised, we suggest you buy a home in Detroit, Michigan, the third most miserable city in the USA. There are about 43,000 abandoned homes in the city. My suggestion is that the city be bulldozed and the land be given to farmers (preferrably, immigrant refugees from South Africa.)
The 4th most miserable city in which to live is Passaic, New Jersey. According to the source article, the city's woes can be traced to "drugs, violence, and poor sex education." What does sex ed have to anything? It may refer to the unrestrained mating of irresponsible young people. However, many of us grew up in an era when sex ed was not taught in government schools, yet manged to live in thriving areas.
Ranking at number five is Newark, New Jersey. Newark is known for its street-level violence. No sane person willingly would inject their famillies in such places.
Pine Bluff, Arkansas is number six and Flint, Michigan is number seven.
Camden, New Jersey ranks number eight. Like the previous seven cities, Camden has a persisting crime problems. No one wants to risk living there; not even most white leftist Democrats who pretend to oppose white supremacy care to live there.
Ninth on the list is Warren, Ohio. The city has a dearth of jobs and a wealth of unemployed residents.
Tenth on the list is Huntington Park, California. 97 percent of the population are Latinos. That has not always been the case, otherwise the city would bear a Mexican name.
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