This worthless city has no big dreams

This worthless city has no big dreams

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Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#1 Aug 3, 2014
just crappy ideas
Nothingpositivea boutrome

Springfield, NJ

#2 Aug 3, 2014
That's what you get when all the old eyetalians voted for mayor foolsco because he's a "Rome guy". Not for nothing but "Rome guys" are the #1 reason this place has gone to $hit. Always looking out for themselves and their goombas instead of the overall good of the community.
Harv is square

Fort Myers, FL

#3 Aug 3, 2014
Habanero Harv wrote:
just crappy ideas
You have no Life.
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#4 Aug 4, 2014
the political ''machine 'put him'' in office,not the Italians!
Rome Prison Wellies

Northville, NY

#5 Aug 5, 2014
The prison and welfare is what ruined Rome. Rome used to be beautiful, and the hideous welfare fatasses that are proudly walking the streets pushing strollers now would never have been allowed to strut their tattooed, morbidly obese "stuff".

And the prisons attracted the inmates to live in this area once they got early parole, and their families moved here to be with them and milk the system even more.

It was welfare that ruined Rome.
It was the prison that ruined Rome.
It was feeling sorry for scumbags with taxpayer dollars that ruined Rome.

Rome didn't have to die. But now it's like the entire country. One giant fukking ghetto. From the "music", to the "keeds" that live off the system from birth, to the "baby daddies" that should be put on a chain gang instead of given welfare and disability payments, the entire country is ruined and there's no way it can ever be a proud nation again.

All because of feeling sorry for the "will nots" in society. Oh, and a dash of "pass these social programs so I can get re-elected", too.

Stick a spork it Rome. It's dead and never coming back. Same with the entire United States.

Thanks so much, slave owners of the 1700's-1800's. This is the fallout.
free speech

Rome, NY

#6 Aug 6, 2014
Rome Prison Wellies wrote:
The prison and welfare is what ruined Rome. Rome used to be beautiful, and the hideous welfare fatasses that are proudly walking the streets pushing strollers now would never have been allowed to strut their tattooed, morbidly obese "stuff".
And the prisons attracted the inmates to live in this area once they got early parole, and their families moved here to be with them and milk the system even more.
It was welfare that ruined Rome.
It was the prison that ruined Rome.
It was feeling sorry for scumbags with taxpayer dollars that ruined Rome.
Rome didn't have to die. But now it's like the entire country. One giant fukking ghetto. From the "music", to the "keeds" that live off the system from birth, to the "baby daddies" that should be put on a chain gang instead of given welfare and disability payments, the entire country is ruined and there's no way it can ever be a proud nation again.
All because of feeling sorry for the "will nots" in society. Oh, and a dash of "pass these social programs so I can get re-elected", too.
Stick a spork it Rome. It's dead and never coming back. Same with the entire United States.
Thanks so much, slave owners of the 1700's-1800's. This is the fallout.
While I agree with some of what you say there is a point I want to bring out. Rome is not just a reflection of a national decline. Rome is festering via LOCAL LEADERSHIP (or lack thereof). To sweep Romes problems under a nationwide rug is nothing but a cheap attempt to deflect responsibility away from our local gov. To say the nation, state is doing bad so that must be the reason we're doing bad just wrong. City hall was gutted of experienced professionals. Other then a few small items (what did happen to the great payphone plan from early on?) this city is leaderless and drifting to points unknown.
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#7 Aug 6, 2014
I agree with prison wellies,that sums it up nicely!
Rome Prison Wellies

Northville, NY

#8 Aug 6, 2014
Hello to the poster named "Free Speech".

I didn't mean to indicate that Rome can't blame it's problems on it's own leadership. Rome hasn't had leadership in decades, and it's local politicians continually sell their own city down the river to get elected, or stay that way. Doesn't help that the police are completely corrupt.

Rome really was a great town. No more. There's no saving it, unless China wants to take over someday and start cutting away the fat and the useless. That's 90% of Rome's populace.

But yes, I still maintain that the welfare breeding and the prison put the biggest stakes in Rome's heart. So, who had something to gain by putting the prison here? They knew it would lead to prison families infestating Rome like the cockroaches they are, and of course, all of these worthless scum are getting all kinds of taxpayer handouts in the form of welfare, medicaid, ebt, wic, hud, etc. All scums. Never had to happen.

Maybe China needs to clean up America. America don't have the balls to do it themselves.
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#9 Aug 6, 2014
Rome should be re-named as welfare city

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#10 Aug 6, 2014
You get the government you deserve. You elect it, you own it.

You want programs to"help the kids", to "help single mommies", to "provide for the poor". Well, you got 'em. Now you are overrun with "Needy" unwed women and their bastard kids, "poor" people who seem to have plenty of means for their cigarettes, booze, drugs and tattoos, and lots and lots of....ahem...."disabled " people.

"Work Harder! Many on Welfare Depend On YOU!" reads a popular bumper sticker.

And so it goes.

Vote more intelligently next time, hey?
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#11 Aug 6, 2014
welfare city
and the kids pay

Rome, NY

#12 Aug 6, 2014
RegularCrewChief wrote:
You get the government you deserve. You elect it, you own it.
You want programs to"help the kids", to "help single mommies", to "provide for the poor". Well, you got 'em. Now you are overrun with "Needy" unwed women and their bastard kids, "poor" people who seem to have plenty of means for their cigarettes, booze, drugs and tattoos, and lots and lots of....ahem...."disabled " people.
"Work Harder! Many on Welfare Depend On YOU!" reads a popular bumper sticker.
And so it goes.
Vote more intelligently next time, hey?
Who did you vote for in 1980? If you say Reagan.. Well theirs the problem.
Past

Rome, NY

#13 Aug 6, 2014
and the kids pay wrote:
<quoted text>
Who did you vote for in 1980? If you say Reagan.. Well theirs the problem.
Ronald Regan famous quote " I don't remember"
Keep it out

Rome, NY

#14 Aug 6, 2014
If people thought the prisons were bad wait until meatpacking plants start opening up. You ain't seen nothing yet. If Fusco and the council are determined to kill what's left of Rome that will do it. Nothing causes flight more than high crime and that's all slaughterhouses bring on a good day.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#15 Aug 7, 2014
and the kids pay wrote:
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Who did you vote for in 1980? If you say Reagan.. Well theirs the problem.
Reagan never ran for mayor of Rome, which is the subject of this thread. Remember?
The Judge

Rome, NY

#16 Aug 7, 2014
Habanero Harv wrote:
welfare city
And you sir are the king of worthless. You represent all that is worthless here. You should hope to someday ascend to welfare trash status. Until then you will have to be happy to be the the skid mark in the toilet at the adult book store you hang out in.

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