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A view with a hint of satire of a one political party city DFL Duluth, 'progressivism' and leftist bigotry, one news story at a time.
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Di·ver·si·ty the state of being diverse; variety. A range of different things.
Little diversity of thought is the norm in DFL Duluth.
I think Duluth is over and done with. I will shop elsewhere every chance I can. Voting for more taxes for streets when you will also be billed assesments and have to deal with a plethora of bike trails removing parking and driving lanes will make Duluth a ghost town.
Not to mention removing any sane voice on the school board and another loss on the CC …yikes.
If I lived in the city limits I would be selling!
I say Bye Bye Dumluth!
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I moved out of Duluth over in 2003 and never looked back. It’s even worse today and when I have to go to Duluth. Never travel alone. I always travel with my two friends, Smith & Wesson. Duluth has gone down the shitter and there’s no chance of it not going the way of democrat cities across the country. Decay is the democrats way, encourage the producers to leave with never ending tax increase and fees. At the same time, Duluth provides free everything for non-producers from very troubled democrat decaying ghetto cities. Even the projects that were built by the copper top church is full of drug dealers and troubled kids new to the area. The projects were torn down, then rebuilt with so-called “living wage” housing which was another democrat lie. Fortunately my daughter and grandson moved out of there. Duluth sucks!
It will be business as usual in DFL Duluth with a large portion of the new “street” taxes actually going too underfunded city pensions and exorbitant healthcare and other benefits for current employees and retirees.
History will repeat itself just like the squandering of the Fond Du Duluth Casino $80 some million.
Leaving seems the best alternative.
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