Columbus Ranked No. 4 For Strongest E...

Columbus Ranked No. 4 For Strongest Economy

There are 4 comments on the NBC4i.com story from Jan 8, 2013, titled Columbus Ranked No. 4 For Strongest Economy. In it, NBC4i.com reports that:

When it comes to rebounding from the recession, the On Numbers Economic Index shows Columbus is among the nation's leaders.

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Oliver Twist

Springfield, OH

#1 Jan 9, 2013
Thank you Governor Kasich!

This is not due to anything from ultra-liberal Hip Hop Mayor Coleman. The city is still reeling from 1977 Busing which relocated massive numbers to the suburbs with White Flight. We now have someone with a clue making decisions in a positive way.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#2 Jan 9, 2013
Oliver Twist wrote:
Thank you Governor Kasich!
This is not due to anything from ultra-liberal Hip Hop Mayor Coleman. The city is still reeling from 1977 Busing which relocated massive numbers to the suburbs with White Flight. We now have someone with a clue making decisions in a positive way.
Don't disagree about Kasich hitting the right notes lately, but Kasich hasn't really had much to do with Columbus' prosperity. Columbus is a company town and our company is government. Being the headquarters of state government is worth about 10 Fortune 500 companies. As government has grown, so has Columbus since the parasites that feast off government also are located here. I don't know if this is a good or bad commentary on today ... it just is what it is.

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Since: Jan 12

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#3 Jan 9, 2013
Oliver Twist wrote:
Thank you Governor Kasich!
This is not due to anything from ultra-liberal Hip Hop Mayor Coleman. The city is still reeling from 1977 Busing which relocated massive numbers to the suburbs with White Flight. We now have someone with a clue making decisions in a positive way.
OK, lemme just ask.

Do you believe that whites have some kind of inalienable right NOT to have their children go to school with black children?

If not, how would you have recommended the end result of formal segregation--which was not only the racial division of schools, but also the inequality of many inputs into the education process: text and library books, facilities, playgrounds, empowerment, safety and security and the like?

At the time of the lawsuit, there were several black members on the Columbus School Board consistently advocating for less dramatic changes--also consistently voted down by a white majority. What would you have recommended?
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#4 Jan 9, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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OK, lemme just ask.
Do you believe that whites have some kind of inalienable right NOT to have their children go to school with black children?
Yes.

Now let me ask. Do you believe that leftists have some kind of inalienable right to confiscate money and property from whites? And do you think whites are just going to passively comply without fighting back?

Hence, the phenomenon of white flight.

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