Limbaugh is right about Obama’s war on suburbs

Robert Romano
NetRightDaily
7/18/2014

“What better way to give a boost to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Act and the remaking of American neighborhoods than to start injecting illegal immigrant populations into targeted cities and towns in the suburbs all across the country?”

That was national radio talk show superhost Rush Limbaugh commenting on a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulation, “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.”

“The concept, as it is properly understood, is to change the enforcement paradigm in order to allow the Department of Housing and Urban Development to essentially decide what every neighborhood in America should look like,” Limbaugh explained.

Limbaugh is right.

Under the regulation, in October the Obama administration will be empowered to condition eligibility for community development block grants on redrawing zoning maps to create evenly distributed neighborhoods based on racial composition and income.

In 2012, HUD dispersed about $3.8 billion of these grants to almost 1,200 municipalities.

And, apparently, if the National Council of La Raza is to be believed, the new rule will help millions of illegal immigrants resettle in communities across the U.S…

 

 

The article, with video, continues at NetRightDaily.

 

 

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Update: Rush Limbaugh: Democrats Are Concerned About Their Base, GOP Isn’t (audio)

Radio host Rush Limbaugh criticized the Republican Party for failing to take care of their base. “This is not the Republican Party I grew up in,” Limbaugh declared, as he wondered, “Where has the opposition to Obama been?”

He added that the focal point of every story in the media is what the Democrats are doing to keep their base happy, while “the stories you see about the Republicans and their base is how they are embarrassed by their base.” “It seems like everything the Republican Party’s doing either is intended to, or just happens to provoke their base,” Limbaugh said. And “Republicans do not make it look like they’re interested in their base being happy.”

 

 

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