Obama HUD Plans To Use Federal Government To “Diversify” Rich Neighborhoods…

“Never let a crisis go to waste” – RE: McKinney, Texas

Forget the reality of McKinney Texas, and more specifically the private Craig Ranch subdivision, being culturally and racially very diverse; the media insist on selling a narrative of an all white subdivision refusing entry for the poor underserved black youth who are merely wanting to enjoy a swimming pool…. So now is a good time for the administration to take advantage of the false narrative with an ideological message:

obama-class-warWASHINGTON DC – The Obama administration is moving forward with regulations designed to help diversify America’s wealthier neighborhoods, drawing fire from critics who decry the proposal as executive overreach in search of an “unrealistic utopia.”

A final Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) rule due out this month is aimed at ending decades of deep-rooted segregation around the country.

The regulations would use grant money as an incentive for communities to build affordable housing in more affluent areas while also taking steps to upgrade poorer areas with better schools, parks, libraries, grocery stores and transportation routes as part of a gentrification of those communities.

“HUD is working with communities across the country to fulfill the promise of equal opportunity for all,” a HUD spokeswoman said. “The proposed policy seeks to break down barriers to access to opportunity in communities supported by HUD funds.” […]

Civil rights advocates, meanwhile, are praising the plan, arguing that it is needed to break through decades-old barriers that keep poor and minority families trapped in hardscrabble neighborhoods.

“We have a history of putting affordable housing in poor communities,” said Debby Goldberg, vice president at the National Fair Housing Alliance.  (read more)

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140 Responses to Obama HUD Plans To Use Federal Government To “Diversify” Rich Neighborhoods…

  1. Stephen says:

    To have spent years working and wisely managing my finances so that I can live fairly well only to have the United States federal government, which I’m forced to help finance, inject “diverse” people from “hardscrabble neighborhoods” next door to me does not qualify as “utopia.”

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Just don’t live between government housing and the pawn shop.

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    • Daniel says:

      What did you think he meant by fundamentally transform?

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Who wants to break it to Obie that there is no Utopia? I hope to be on the front lines.

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        • Crystal says:

          He’s living his own utopia rent free in a mansion, multi-million dollar taxpayer funded vacays, free food, AF1, a pension, Secret Service protection, access to the Treasury, his own non-profit, tax exempt “foundation” in Kenya, a Chicago mansion. Soon to follow, a Hawaiian mansion, a less-than-humble NY abode, exorbitant speaking fees, another “foundation” named My Brother’s Keeper, etc. The world is his oyster. All he had to do was destroy the world’s only superpower.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        You. Have hit the nail on the head. So, what is a POOR constitutional Conservative to do? I have nothing they can get.

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      • Judgy says:

        Yup. I love Mark Thiessen’s take on it on today’s “Kelly File”–“Look, when you elect a community organizer, he’s gonna organize your community”.

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    • annieoakley says:

      It is coming, like it or not…..The end of private property.

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  2. czarowniczy says:

    Sure why not build projects closer to better areas to plunder? Had the Vandals, Goths and Visigoths lived closer to Rome I’m sure they’d all have just gotten along. Why as soon as the projo residents see the fiscal benefits of getting a good education, buckling down and doing the 9-yo5 productive thing the example will spur them on to greater feats of accomplishment! Worked for the poor kid from Kenya…uhhh…Hawaii…uhhh…Chicago, wherever. Where’s the downside here?

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  3. Jett Black says:

    Anyone who didn’t see this coming when the feds violated the Constitution and the rights of the states and the people by forcing integration in local businesses, then schools, rather than just enforcing existing equal protection of laws provided by the Constitution, was willfully myopic. Good bye, private property rights.

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  4. mazziflol says:

    Let them start the diversification here:
    http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2815-Woodland-Dr-NW-Washington-DC-20008/108428549_zpid/

    I bet Uncle Joe would just open his arms right up to some one like Daron Wint. Heck rumor has it, Daron is already familiar with the neighborhood.

    Speaking of Mr WInt, and off topic:
    http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Daron-Wint-Court-Records-Reveal-Violent-Past-of-Mansion-Murders-Suspect-306829181.html

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  5. FTA:

    The regulations would use grant money as an incentive for communities to build affordable housing in more affluent areas

    No, no, and NO. “Grant Money” will never provide an incentive for communities to build affordable housing in affluent areas. THOSE areas have been, and always WILL BE reserved for the affluent and privileged “upper crust”. They will ALWAYS find a way to place “affordable housing” in (and destroy) the “Middle Class” neighborhoods.

    This is just another way that the Obama administration is applying the “Rules For Radicals” that he learned from his Socialist mentors to destroy the Middle Class. What will be left? “Haves”, and “Have Nots”, with nothing left between. And you can darn well bet that Obama will not be living next to a Section 8 housing project.

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    • booger71 says:

      Section 8 housing ruined Ferguson MO. When I was in High School and had friends there, it was a really nice middle class town, with 85% white. It was built around Emerson Electric, and most of the town worked there

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    • Joe says:

      That’s what they mean by “affluent”. Middle class. My city took that bait and ruined one of the best school districts in the state.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Yes, and this will also attempt to over-rule state and local zoning control. Let’s see, shall we call it “ObamaHouse” or what else? They sure want to tell everyone where they can live now.

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    • Jett Black says:

      Yep, if you’re too busy working and taking care of your responsibilities to go out and demon-strate and/or aren’t pooping out “community babies/voters” at a better than annual clip, you and your neighborhood are targets for this kind of BS. Nixon called us “the silent majority.” I wish we had a rethugnican that ruthless, now–but smarter and with people more focused on important stuff, rather than childish, but felonious pranks.

      Also, fedrool grant money almost always produces negative returns, in part because of the very very expensive strings they attach, but also because of the horrible “unintended” consequences that flow from their abuses of power.

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  6. seabrznsun says:

    I am so over all the “change”. I “hope” some true conservative in DC puts and end to it.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      seabrzmsun, We the People have to put a true conservative in DC.
      Hmmm…HUD , another agency to eliminate! {I’m making a list, there are so many, yikes}

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      • Jett Black says:

        Yep, try to find “Housing and Urban Development” among the powers and duties of the federal government in the Constitution. Not there, just like education, energy, health services, and the list goes on.

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  7. BobNoxious says:

    2016 can’t get here soon enough.

    Something like this will certainly go to the Sup Ct which is another reason why 2016 is so important, given the age of some of the justices.

    This is essentially the same underlying idea w/ bussing in the 70s & 80s and all that did was make everyone equally miserable.

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  8. Annie says:

    Let’s start with the Hamptons then move onto Martha’ Vineyards ( I’m sure Jarrett and Vernon Jordon understand.) How about that exclusive neighborhood in Hawaii where the Obamas vacation every year except election year. Or, isn’t there a vacant lot next to the Obama’s Chicago residence? How about there. Only a few suggestions.

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    • annieoakley says:

      Move them next to Martha Stewart, Thomas Friedman, Billery everywhere including jeffrey epsteins PRIVATE island. You cannot have a private hovel but everyone else can have private Estates if not a private island

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    • lovely says:

      Funny you should mention Obama and an empty lot next to his home. It was one of the first scandals the press ignored.

      Obama did buy a home with an empty lot next to it, his buddy felon Tony Rezko’s wife bought the empty lot and sold it to Obama at quite a discount 😉

      http://www.wnd.com/2011/04/289529/

      Highlights;

      When a prestige house across the street from Tony Rezko’s came on the market at 5046 S. Greenwood, Rezko must have thought it was just perfect for Barack and Michelle Obama and their two daughters. Rezko found the house for Obama. Salon.com reported that Donna Schwan of MetroPro Realty, the real estate agent who listed the property, recalled that the deal started when Rezko expressed interest in the listing, according to the Chicago Tribune

      The house was evidently perfect, a 96-year-old, multi-story, 6,400-square-foot, brick Georgian Revival home with four fireplaces, six bedrooms, six bathrooms, glass-door bookcases fashioned from Honduran mahogany, and a wine cellar large enough to store 1,000 bottles, the Tribune reported. The house was situated on a large double corner lot, with the vacant lot adjoining the home at the street corner. With a foot-tall concrete barrier and a wrought iron fence surrounding the property, there was no access to the vacant lot, except through Obama’s driveway

      The problem was that the doctor and his wife who owned the property, Fredrick E. Wondisford and Sally R. Radovick, wanted to sell the vacant lot and the house at the same time, even though the two properties were separately listed. Also, while the sellers wanted to find a buyer as quickly as possible, they did not want to close the deal until June 2005

      The list price just for the home was $1.95 million, outside the reach of the Obama family, even with Obama’s re-issued 1995 autobiography, “Dreams from My Father,” hitting bestseller lists, his U.S. Senate salary of $157,082, and Michelle’s 2005 income of $317,000 at the University of Chicago Hospitals, Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times reported

      Rezko came up with a solution. His wife Rita bought the vacant lot at the full asking price, permitting Obama and Michelle to negotiate buying the house for $1.65 million, a discount of $300,000 from the asking price

      Rita Rezko closed on the vacant lot the same day the Obamas closed on the house, paying $625,000 for the vacant lot

      What was Obama’s response that made the whole incident not newsworthy?

      “It was a boneheaded thing to do.” Said Senator Obama.

      Nothing to see here folks move along.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        yes!!!!! I forgot all about this one…

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      • Crystal says:

        That Chicago mansion is (or was) allegedly held in a private trust owned by members of Rezko’s family. I’m not sure what that means when it comes to claiming “ownership”. Can one of you enlightened members please explain?

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        • Crystal says:

          It was either Private Trust or Silent Trust (not sure).

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        • pspsst says:

          It was probably set up to help the Obamas avoid paying high property tax on a $2 mln home by more than half if they only paid $700K for it. When Obama says it was bonedheaded, it just means he and Michelle got caught not paying their property taxes to Chicago and two, dealing with Rezco a known felon. When people accused me of being tinfoil back then given this property con while the Obamas stated being for the people and middle class, now people know. The rest who do not know, are cons too.

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    • hues10 says:

      There certainly is a garden to the Chicago mansion Obama and Michelle bought which was purchased simultaneously by felon, Tony Rezko, at full market price so the Obamas could get a huge discount on the rest of the estate. That looked like a payoff by Rezko to Obama to some people.

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      • pspsst says:

        Obama had the “goods” on Rezco, no doubt. Rezco dealed with the new powerful “Senator” of Illinois who got voted in on fraud having killed off his black civil rights competitors who were better known at the time. At the time, he was known as whitey, now BGI full on board with Obama as blackie (quote/unquote) courtesy of Obama’s Islamic sponsors. The bodies of his black rivals were all over the streets of the Chicago, slaughtered to make way for the chosen “messiah” of his rich sponsors. I mean when you have the DNA of a white sell out mother to Islam and a pedophile black communist father, and are easily swayed by hate and free choom, you are their messiah!

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        • pspsst says:

          When I say “slaughtered” with their blood on the streets, I mean sealed nasty divorce records and the like were outed, and Obama was in out of default.

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  9. geoffb5 says:

    The “rich” referred to are not what most people think of when that term is used. What the left means by the “rich” is the middle class especially the upper middle class of small business people and professionals. The wealthy are a whole different thing from the left’s “rich.”

    One thing both middle classes have in common is the dream of moving up. The wealthy wish to hold onto what they have and fear its loss. The lower class dream too of moving up but can also be roused to envy and resentment of those better off by demagogues.

    The fusion of interests of the wealthy and the lower class is made by those who wish to move up by gaining power as opposed to earning money though power will get you money too.

    The wealthy fear being dethroned by the upper middle moving up and shaking up the foundations of wealth. The Democrats have come to power by making deals with both the wealthy and the lower class. They will, for a price, provide security for the wealthy and buy off the lower class with money taken mostly from the upper middle but also from the lower middle too.

    This bargain started in the 30s as a way to keep the lower class from embracing the lure of the then new socialist movements, communism and fascism that were flourishing during the great worldwide depression.

    That bargain worked but the temptation to constantly expand the programs to hook more people and for people to hook themselves into what appears to be a costless freebie has led to them to the edge of the cliff we face today.

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    • geoffb5 says:

      Something seems to happen when I use Wordpad to write a longer thing and then cut&paste it. Sorry.

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    • Millwright says:

      The ‘Left’s’ definition of the ‘rich” has always been the middle class. Unwilling to ‘bite the hand that feeds them’ they scrupulously avoid indicting the wealthy that are the source of their funds. Our current POTUS maintained the meme with his “you didn’t build that” diatribe.

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      • Dixie says:

        The poor don’t pay taxes…the wealthy find loopholes….the middle class is what’s paying the taxes to support these unscrupulous creatures. So once they eliminate the middle class, there is nothing left.

        The joke’s on them.

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  10. hocuspocus13 says:

    LITTLE BALTIMORE

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  11. amwick says:

    Would really afluent areas have the infrastructure poor people need: acessible transportation, grocery stores, pharmacies, food banks? I grew up poor in a wealthy town, and we barely squeaked by.

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    • smiley says:

      if you have time, do a little research on “sustainability”.
      used to be called Agenda 21…its everywhere…but its now referred to as Sustainability.
      employment/jobs, medicine, construction, zoning, permits, food vendors, land use, etc.
      might answer your questions.

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      • Crystal says:

        Remember when San Francisco was promoting the allure of 400 sq. ft. luxury condos to be built in integrated neighborhoods? All part of the plan.

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  12. BobNoxious says:

    The underlying goal and idea is to break up poverty packets in cities and spread them around the community to “lessen the burden” on cities w/ high poverty. It’s a long end around redistribution scheme that will harm everyone.

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  13. Old Hillbillt says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing the “hoods” built in Aspen, Vail, and Telluride, Colorado so that the maids and gardeners and other “service personell” can live next door to their employers!

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    • Judgy says:

      Right on! I also suggest Beverly Hills, Malibu, and Santa Barbara–preferably close to Oprah’s little enclave.

      Is there any room in the Kennedy’s compound? They’re a lively bunch. bet they’d LOVE to share!

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Absolutely Judgy. Kennedy compound. Where there is an un-obstucted view for everyone to share cause they don’t want no stinkin’ windmills! HA. Brilliant!

        And now that Teddy’s passed, ALL of their daughters will be safe. {oh, did I say that?!}

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  14. geoffb5 says:

    Environmental Justice, check it, get yours, now.

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  15. bitterlyclinging says:

    Selling your house, got a buyer with the cash and the financial resources who likes your property and its location and you’ve agreed on the terms of sale. Now all you have to do is go to the government’s community racial diversity review board and submit all of the buyers racial details, skin color, ethnicity, net worth, number of children, education level, marital status, sexual preference and they’ll decide whether you can sell your house to them. No one of the right color, ethnicity, number of arrests, marital status, income level with the wherewithal to buy your property, well then lower your price until you find someone. Think not? The next eighteen months are going to be a tsunami of unconstitutional, in your face executive actions and departmental decrees.
    We’re only one Reichstag Fire away from a full blown dictatorship. All the constitutional checks and balances are resting out back in the same WhiteHouse garbage dumpster alongside the bust of Winston Churchill Obama unceremoniously threw in there, his first day in office.
    “Give them room to destroy. Its only property!”

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  16. hitrestart1 says:

    People self-segregate.

    This latest power play by the government will end as it always does, with the destruction of good and the raising up of evil. Good neighborhoods will go bad and innocent people will be bullied, beaten, robbed, raped and killed by their new neighbors. Meanwhile NO bad neighborhoods will be raised up to good, safe ones.

    This is designed solely to destroy safety enclaves for whites and will do nothing to “raise up” blacks and browns.

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  17. Judgy says:

    Does Spike Lee know about this? I seem to remember he frowns on gentrification.

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  18. John G says:

    If I want to sell my house and I can’t find a buyer on the market, could I just call it a Section 8 and have the fed government buy it from me to rent out to low-income? HUD would pay me the market rent but I imagine they would have control over the tenants and their conditions. If I can’t choose the tenant, visit the property, or evict the tenant without HUD approval, HUD would effectively be the landlord of the property. They would pay me market value, but as property values drop, my neighbors would end up doing the same thing, speeding up the process, and eventually, the house would be worthless and HUD wont have to pay anyone. Real estate is not something I know a lot about.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      yes, and what was it that they used to call that? By some agency name. I’ll remember it at 3am. Let you know then. {grin}

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  19. Mentalist says:

    They tried this mess in Baltimore during the 90’s under a Clinton Administration program named “Moving to Opportunity” which entailed relocating poor families (read: black residents who lived in several of housing projects slated for demolition) from Baltimore City into stable middle-class neighborhoods in the northwest section of Baltimore County using housing vouchers.

    Needless to say, this idea went over among the residents there like new Coke. There were town halls full of homeowners who let Andrew Cuomo (HUD Secretary), Dutch Ruppersberger (then Baltimore County Executive who was no the fence but later opposed it), Elijah Cummings (hinted that opposition was due to racism), Kurt Schmoke (failed mayor of Baltimore who helped pitch this idea to the Clinton Administration, because communities had to take a holistic approach to housing the poor in the inner cities), Barbara Mikulski (was for it until the overwhelming opposition forced her to come out against it), and Paul Sarbanes (ditto) have it. Opposition to the program (btw, it also included the creation of group homes for juveniles with behavioral problems, which included those convicted of sex offenses) was so great, that it was scrapped before it was started.

    The main point that I want to emphasize that the overwhelming majority of those opposed to this nonsense were middle-class blacks (including my sister) who were educated, had good paying jobs or owned businesses, maintained good credit, and who saved their money so that they buy homes in quiet, clean, crime-free neighborhoods. I should also add that many of these middle-class blacks fled crime-ridden, trash-strewn neighborhoods with poor schools and didn’t want that same element destroying their communities.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      mentalist, what a nightmare trip down memory lane. The Clintons and the Won are the same. They hate each other of the power trip thing. {at first I mistakenly typed Obie is the Hilldabeast in drag. Decided to leave it. ha!}

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      • Mentalist says:

        Yep.That plan (Moving to Opportunity) was planned for a couple of cities besides Baltimore. It was in the works going back to when “Playboy” Henry Cisneros was HUD Secretary.But as we know, he had a little mistress problem that forced him to resign.
        All I can say is if your neighborhood is one of those being considered by the Obama Administration for this social madness, you better fight like your life depends on it.

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        • Judgy says:

          Omg–“Moving to Opportunity”?? LOL, pardon my guffaw! Why not just rename Ferguson “Opportunity”, for all the good this’ll do in the end??

          Sorry about your sister’s experience. Sometimes I think Zero & his ilk hate successful, conservative blacks even more than they do successful, conservative whites–and that’s a LOT.

          Do we need permits to dig a moat?

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  20. Lou says:

    so while at work, my Section 8 neighbor can chill at home and steal my packages left at my front door while I’m WORKING.

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  21. fred says:

    I live in a mobile home park once was 55 and over. They changed it because section 8 paid so much more for rent and the owner was greedy. He hopes your late on rent and can evict you and take your house and rent it out for more than twice to welfare urchins and illegals who pay more than double. meaning the Govt pays double they pay nothing. Now where I live is all Hispanics with lots of kids. No one goes to work in the morn except me. Is that what your talking about here.

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  22. You know what’s coming next- in order to accommodate Obama’s Dreamers, HUD will use census and tax records to force those with a spare room (space to destroy) to take them in. I know, sounds conspiracy theory, does it not? Well, I read Orwell 30 yrs. ago and I thought the same thing. Yet, here we are.

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  23. alkikila says:

    The government has been doing it for years. They are determined to level out the crime rate.

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  24. doodahdaze says:

    It takes years to change.This is the one out we have. The wheels move slowly….Thanks Founders. Eventually Americans may do the right things. I hope.

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  25. SlavicVillageGirl says:

    You know, next, to accommodate Obama’s Dreamers, HUD will use census and tax records to force those with a spare room (space to destroy) to take them in. I know, sounds a little conspiracy theory, does it not? Well, I read Orwell 30 yrs. ago and thought the same thing. Now look where we are.

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  26. archer52 says:

    This the the snake eating its tail! The “useful idiots” of the Left who paid for, supported and excused Obama and now going to wake up one day in their gated communities to Rap music being boomed from the 2006 Cadillac driven by Daswhana and D-dog- their new neighbors!

    I’m laughing more than a little! PC is causing the Left to eat itself. The principal in Miami is another example.

    Here is my take:

    http://truthandcommonsense.com/2015/06/11/the-end-result-of-of-the-liberals-running-out-of-targets-the-snake-eating-its-tail/

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    • CoffeeBreak says:

      I’m in agreement with you, here. I’ll be in hell when this comes to pass. But, what will make it so delicious is hearing the shrieks of horror from the elitist tools that demanded this kind of change.

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  27. dsb steve says:

    First they came for our community watch volunteers and our elected republican representatives stayed silent. Then they came for Cliven Bundy a states rights proponent. Our media figures abandoned him. Next were our police officers and again national republicans said nothing. Now it is our towns which are to be disrupted, piece by piece.

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  28. dsb steve says:

    As I understand it the republican controlled Congress has authorized all the federal money used to fund the affordable housing programs.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      I don’t think that is correct- this is an administrative reg; not a congressional deal. I believe congress still gets to weigh in it, however.

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  29. mcfyre2012 says:

    This has been going on since shortly after O’Blah-blah got into office. It has gone into over-drive the past two years. Virtually every new subdivision in the area around me has Section 8 housing alongside the expensive housing.

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      What state / city?

      Thanks

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      • mcfyre2012 says:

        Florida. They have been going into higher-priced subdivisions incrementally over the past couple of years. The city of Tampa’s blighted areas are magically turning into beautiful parks…while the suburbs suddenly have upsurges in low-income blacks.

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  30. Annie says:

    This latest Obama scheme is probably tied into the United Nation’s Agenda 21 which is probably in conjunction with this fast track trade agreement that seems to have everything stuffed into it but the kitchen sink.

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    • Crystal says:

      Bingo! And when Bari’s younger daughter gets out of high school in 4 years, he wants to move to NYC. Gee, I wonder why.

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  31. This has all been done before and it ruined good neighborhoods, making them into high crime area, and people who could left. The feds need to stay out of neighborhoods. 10th amendment needs to be remembered.

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  32. Lottacats says:

    DAMN, I’m totally depressed now after this read. Stay outta my little slice of country. I left Memphis years ago because of all this! Thinkin’ of drinkin’ now! (I’d quit that)

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    • Dixie says:

      DAMN, I’m totally depressed now after this read.

      And to think, I left a totally peaceful open thread this morning to catch up on the threads I missed in the last couple of days. And now it is rage, overload and disgust.

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  33. Burnt Toast says:

    Castro put his worst criminals on boats to Florida.
    Saddam let his worst out of prison.

    Just two recent examples of unleashing thugs onto a society you hate.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      ….. and then you make it illegal for them to defend themselves against the predators.

      Game, set, match.

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      • Crystal says:

        Banning possession of small arms is allegedly also part of this trade deal. So is open borders and amnesty. Didn’t Hitler tell the Jews to put down their weapons; they had nothing to fear from him? Thought so.

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  34. nivico says:

    I’m gonna put this one in the ‘win’ column… or at least in the ‘lesser of two evils’ column

    If they’re talking “incentives,” it sounds as though they anticipate losing the ‘disparate impact’ matter with SCOTUS 🙂

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/danielfisher/2015/01/21/disparate-impact-at-supreme-court/

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  35. cal says:

    The next step will be like 1918 Russia- see “Dr. Zhivago”.

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  36. Sandra says:

    In Chicago developers have put up “mixed income” condo complexes. A portion of the units are put up for sale at market rate, the rest are allocated as subsidized rentals for the poor. How would you feel if you paid $300,000 for a condo and the person living next door is paying only $200/month for the same sized unit which has a market rental rate of around $2000/month ? It hasn’t worked very well. The condo owners complain that the renters are hanging out at all hours of the day and night. They bring in undesirables to hang out or party. They don’t want to follow the rules (because there were apparently few rules in the housing projects they moved from). And they want to bring their “culture” to the new complex, which is not the “culture” of the people who can afford to buy the units. But at least nobody forced the buyers to buy those units, they all knew what they were getting themselves into. Their bleeding hearts led them astray. Hopefully many have since turned Republican, just like I did after witnessing so much welfare failure here.

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  37. CMB says:

    Totally concur with the Obama Administration on this one. What a great idea for the federal government to step in and socially engineer communities. That said, I hereby volunteer this to first take place in Obama’s, Clinton’s, Warren’s, Edwards’, Pelosi’s, Reid’s, and Gore’s backyard. Put up or shut up……..

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  38. tyronesaywtf says:

    I think this is a great idea! As long as the ‘affluent’ neighborhoods targeted for cultural enrichment and diversity are the same ones that people like George Soros, Bill & Melinda Gates, Barbara Streisand, Brad Pitt, and pretty much all the Hollywood elite – and lesser (but still affluent) libtard judges and, in general, just any garden variety affluent libtard elsewhere – get to be the neighbors. Now that, I would contribute tax dollars to see happen. If this were to happen, I
    think HNIC could redeem himself (somewhat) – and actually do something useful for America for a change.

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  39. Cody Christ says:

    This is a bad idea! People work hard to be in a better neighborhood. You can’t remove the gang banger, drug dealing criminal behavior and put them in good neighborhoods. They will just bring them down. They destroy their own neighborhoods and now mine. Load yor guns and keep them by you bed folks.

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