More On Baltimore

So. Rand Paul is being criticized for blaming "lack of fathers" and a "lack of moral code" for the "thuggery and thievery" in Baltimore.

Now. Of course, the left probably reacted in abject awe at listening to basically an idea that's already been put out there by a multitude of people over the years.

Including the President:

"....what we also know is that if you have impoverished communities that have been stripped away of opportunity, where children are born into abject poverty; they’ve got parents -- often because of substance-abuse problems or incarceration or lack of education themselves -- can't do right by their kids; if it’s more likely that those kids end up in jail or dead, than they go to college. In communities where there are no fathers who can provide guidance to young men... if we think that we're just going to send the police to do the dirty work of containing the problems that arise there without as a nation and as a society saying what can we do to change those communities... then we're not going to solve this problem."

Post-racial America could not be brung by The Lightbringer.

Finally the President was Presidential for not obfuscating the events in Baltimore calling them counter-productive and essentially calling the rioters looters who don't care about their community.


But, he couldn't help himself by blaming Congress for the mess.

Who runs Baltimore?

Let's see.

District Member Party
1 James B. Kraft Democratic
2 Brandon M. Scott Democratic
3 Robert W. Curran Democratic
4 Bill Henry Democratic
5 Rochelle "Rikki" Spector Democratic
6 Sharon Green Middleton Democratic
7 Nick J. Mosby Democratic
8 Helen Holton Democratic
9 Pete Welch Democratic
10 Edward Reisinger Democratic
11 Eric Costello Democratic
12 Carl Stokes Democratic
13 Warren Branch Democratic
14 Mary Pat Clarke Democratic
At-Large Bernard "Jack" Young Democratic

I don't see a pattern. Maybe someone can help me?


  1. A man, interviewed on the street, said something to the effect that Baltimoreans need to get rid of the politicians they have and get some new people in. Any bets that they will stick to the Democratic Party? That's the party that keeps on failing their constituency and yet keeps winning at the polls.

    1. It's baffling. Yet, I was reading a poll (mind you it's from Huffington) where people find the GOP more 'extremist' than the Democrats. To me, Democrat policies are just about extreme in its anti-humanism as you can get. The enabling welfare state is not good for a free people.


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