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    @slayer98_l This might a call for one of those, "This will bring jobs to Americans, good paying jobs," Clinton said as he was signing NAFTA. He was a liar then and he knew it as he signed that "to hell with US workers" document.
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    @Hillofbeans That's true. The last 2 Chrysler products I bought, one was made in Mexico and the other was assembled in Canada w/ its engine made in Mexico.
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    One observer calls the situation 'post-apocalyptic' I call it democrat caused.
    "the suffering of animals goes hand in hand with the suffering of people." AMEN!!!

    How much Taxpayer stimulus did Detroit receive?
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    @Vance1 Yawn, the american automotive industry and capitalism has something to do with Detroit's current circumstance. Making crap that nobody wanted to by because it was inferior to the Japanese automotive industry. That's what capitalism is all about. They failed and the city tanked with them because of piss poor choices.
    All that aside, at least Detroit is a nice cheap place for Hollywood to make movies about post apocalyptic urban ruin from large scale modern battles. It's been used for a site many times already.
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    @Vance1 Naturally smart or did you have to work at it? You go right to the root. Thanks.:()
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    @Tralee
    In Detroit, it's hard to keep up these days with all the flurry of activity the ins and outs of unraveling the consequences of years upon years of Democrats raping the city.
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    @frigginhell every thing you buy now is inferior. what you call inferior American automotives, unlike like Japanese who don't see the profit in selling parts, American auto companies did. by that they kept Americans employed. now they don't cause people like you would rather see them go out of business.
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    That, and it was Democrat ran for the last 50 years straight.
    They ran it in the ground, talk about the perfect model for America.
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    @TheJimmy ...That's Terrible. shame on you. I haven't eaten Chinese since I found they eat dogs. How inexcusable and totally disgusting!
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    You are not funny TheJimmy. Did you eat your young too??? I wouldn't want you for my neighbor, don't tell me about all the other things you eat. I don't want to know. How can
    anyone eat their best friend? Dogs are wonderful, you should be half as loyal as a dog.
    Shame on you, where's your conscience! Ugh
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    I'm afraid that Detroit is just a precursor of what's in-store for a hundred more poorly run cities and States throughout Amerika. Many face near-term liquidity shortages necessitating an advance in state aid, a high-debt burden and unfunded pension liabilities, etc., etc. Headed by a gubmint that's nearly 17 TRILLION in debt and spending more money than it takes in -- shackled to an administration that's crooked as a dogs hind leg that's doing absolutely nothing to address the problem. This is like playing Russian Roulette with a semi-auto pistol with a full clip.....
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    Years ago East St. Louis had the same problem. That's one of the reasons I started carrying a gun. One day a certain dog or pack would have no interest in me, the next it could be completely different.
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    @YouSickenMe

    Gladly I don't get there as often as I used to. FWIW, I was referring the the `80s and the dogs were hunted and put down.
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    @Thunderchicken I was kidding but there is still plenty of stray dogs there. Ofcourse the dogs are the least of the worries on the streets of East St Louis lol.
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    I wish that there were homes for them but there really aren't. Most of these animals will probably have to be put down. To quote Neo. Sad, so sad.

    People need to spay and neuter their pets. In the US nearly 85% of pets that come into animal shelters are euthanized. Spaying and neutering wouldn't eliminate it but it would certainly cut the numbers down.

    Yes people are more important than animals but we as a people ought to do better with domesticated animals. To those of you that don't care you ought to be forced to watch a healthy pet be put down because there was no room in a shelter for it and no one to adopt it. Maybe that would change your mind.
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    @Firestorm I've volunteered for many years at animal shelters and been there when this happens. It sucks. And don't think that so-called "no kill" shelters are any better. Some of them call themselves "no kill" because they don't actually euthanize on site. They'll gladly take the stray you brought in and the hefty donation check you wrote. You leave smiling thinking you saved a dogs life when at the end of the day they cart the day's intake (except for a few highly adoptable puppies and kittens) down to the local pound where the inevitable happens. Investigate animal welfare organizations! Many are not what you think they are.
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    @PNWest If one wants to assure a dog gets killed they simply need to turn the animal over to PETA.

    There are many org's, as you mentioned, that do good work.
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    @PNWest
    If PETA was really honest about ethical treatment of animals it would go in and do something practical but there is no money in helping homeless dogs and PETA will continue to euthanase dogs that come to it (together with a big cheque) from people who mistakenly believe that their pet is going to another home.
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    @Medicinebow The problem still comes down to finding permanent homes for these pets. It's much harder to do than people realize.
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    Awe, that is so sad. I rescue dogs and went to check on a pit bull today. Animals are innocent, what a bunch of negligent pet owners. These people can't take care of themselves, yet they
    have kids and abandon poor animals. I think it's disgusting. Neuter the dogs and the people!
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    @mimi57 Absolutely....its called personal responsibility. Some on here want "others" to take care of them....much like people.
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    If only your 1% masters could trick them into being republicans and voting against their own best interets huh?
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    @jond414 If you call Detroit a utopian Democrat city, then I guess if having a thriving city with jobs is against your best interests...duh!
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    @jond414 That went over you? Sorry. You said if they were tricked into voting Republican and going against their own best interests...seems they have been voting against them all along under their Democrat masters.
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    perhaps a special hunting permit would work seeing how few of anything else in this wonderful city works. Sounds like a good way to raise some badly needed cash.Those bagged if not mounted could be sold to China for additional cash.Sounds like a win win.
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    The same thing happened in Rome after the Empire fell. The Coliseum was full of feral dogs and other animals. The end result of the idea of big government providing "bread and circus games" is that the cities go to the dogs.
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    Liberals have run Detroit for decades. This will be the United States if liberals continue to run the entire nation.
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    Can politix EVER do a positive story on Detroit. Damn! There are still a lot of good people, places and things here. But leave it to the punk ass national media to only report the negative about the city.

    Thanks :-/
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    @jond414 Not really an exaggeration. But I do find it suspect that they call southwest Detroit "chiwawaville" Were they trying to be funny because of Mexican town?
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    @Waynestew I don't know....I went down there to eat last week, I didn't see any dogs. I did see a cupprachabra however.
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