The Left Hates the Berbs

Nothing makes the left angrier than happy, contented people they cannot control.

The Biden administration and Democrats in New York, Connecticut and other states are fighting local zoning laws in order to build high-rise apartment buildings with “affordable” units in tree-lined, single-family neighborhoods. All in the name of equity, meaning everyone can live in a tranquil suburb, whether they’ve earned the money to pay for it or not.

The Biden administration announced Jan. 19 that it will require all towns across the U.S. to submit “Equity Plans” showing how they will make it possible for low-income people to live there by providing affordable housing, transportation and other resources.

Towns that don’t meet the cookie-cutter requirement for economic diversity will lose federal funding.

Why does the left hate the suburbs? For starters, we tend to vote Republican. Worse still, we’re truly happy out here. The suburban way of life proves people live fuller lives if they are unbothered by central authority and control. We prove government causes way more problems than it solves, and nothing makes the left angrier than happy, contented people they cannot control.

Click to hear the Senator Kennedys words.

SEN KENNEDY: “The Biden administration SUCKS. You measure it any way you want!”

2 thoughts on “The Left Hates the Berbs”

  1. Ever the rescuer, I approached my high school guidance counselor about Betty W, an unfortunate girl in my class who was not only poorer than even the rest of us but socially awkward, dressed funny, and made no effort to camouflage her homely face. A waif right out of a Dickens story.

    Mr. Webb listened to me patiently and then said, “We’ve already done all those things to help Betty, time and time again. It’s A Hard Lesson To Learn At Your Age, but you can’t help people who don’t want it.” Decades ago, and I still remember that conversation. I’ve never seen an exception.

    Ditto for those who for generations live on welfare, handouts, in public housing – no matter WHERE you put it. Within a year, the finest public housing projects become, well, “The Projects.”

    And the Dim-o-crats know this. Generational welfare programs have all sprung from them, and they have had adequate time to figure it out. No, it’s about what it’s always about: keeping those people on the plantation, on survival rations, scaring hell out of them every election, (“They gonna put you BACK in chains.”) and getting their votes.

    1. Curious isn’t it that 55 years after the War on Poverty was declared there are more people living in the government definition of poverty now than in 1965.

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