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B segment do you live in a lot of the most miserable cities in America.
Why does magazine just released its annual list or 2013 and the most miserable in -- Detroit the motor city earning the -- spot this year with its high crime rate high unemployment and deep financial woes.
But Ford is looked at unemployment violent crime unemployment foreclosures.
Taxes they also looked at commute times.
And the weather.
Most of the top ten included three cities from Michigan driven Californians three in Illinois and and number ten.
Our great city here in New York this a look at these pictures before and after in Cadillac -- -- -- And CN -- and this is the Cadillac in the building right.
And that was so that was before and after that's the Grand Central station that -- have you noticed a you pitched -- -- which is agreement.
Because you notice a common denominator.
-- almost all the mayors are Democrat and the went to claim they are Democrats are very liberal like Michael Bloomberg is -- claimed to be an independent but he ran as a Republican because you could run as a Democrat.
It's funny you look at Detroit it looks like it was hit by a hurricane was hurricane liberal.
Democrats have run that city forever they've ruined that city -- and everybody's movie.
Yeah everybody is leaving I call that the Obama Dividend because he's creating jobs.
In the moving industry.
As people leave and it's also part of Michelle's obesity.
Up quite a BC BC plan because they're running from creditors -- you know people.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That's a completely different product candidates formulation before Obama was Britain born but I thought -- did the auto industry Bob I -- -- The auto industry left Detroit and went -- hey look it's not going to be time.
-- -- -- And they like the New York City and Washington DC in that list I can't imagine it is not -- -- ten of these and I.
He sees on -- it got up planned mission again Chicago though is number four it says hello I wanted to agent is in it's just yeah getting shot.
I don't support -- -- -- have a lot of defenders the people who eat a lot of people who live there just absolutely love it but for others you know it is a place of high crime.
And also -- -- -- -- talked about in this survey is commuting -- yeah that was Atlanta are covered and how long it takes you to get to and from -- yeah I think Forbes is Gaza sensitive because that is part of your enjoyment your overall -- how -- it take you to get to work what's the weather like the -- of stuff on the misery -- -- -- -- -- that -- for -- and and unemployment.
Violate client foreclosures taxes gross.
Property home prices plummeting.
-- mean now when you look at to try it it looks like.
This set of I Am Legend where the whole place is deserted and there's nothing -- they -- give you should radial fashion exactly nominally tested on it I had plowed under bid for Detroit.
-- community gardens.
Which I won't war I think at all and -- and -- -- what they -- I think they've -- there there pentagon at a he pointed he defended Detroit Andrea looked at these have about got a plan here and Robert trying to do is deal with the most important things first which is a crime they need they mean a lot more public lighting.
But for a lot of these cities are they too far gone to come back.
I think a lot of them are and I look at -- -- for example.
There -- budget deficit is something like -- 32 billion dollars it's I don't see how you come back bankruptcy and I just don't see how you do it because you take all of these things like.
The crime rate well if you have a spending problem and -- have enough money to pay for police how do you think that -- the crime problem and what does everyone does move out like Greg says -- get a job with mayflower moving.
One of the things -- get -- in the first block with the breakdown of the family and you touched upon it.
Greg and I think that's a huge issue in all of these cities and President Obama is the perfect messenger he's missed that opportunity as well.
The one thing that they took out of the surveyed this year that they had last year with sports teams because they said it was more regional than just city specific.
But -- true -- For example of sports teams right yeah I guess sellers like the lions and tigers and bears yeah -- -- is -- still -- -- -- there in Chicago at the end of the day.
I would I would assume it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah this -- they do have a lot of visually sports teams in baseball and football and people seem to keep going -- games until about the state of motion from the suburbs.
Let's remember you got to think about -- he's not just inner city but the suburban area around it.
Washington DC met him but -- -- -- -- hard well that's right but it leaves a lot to do any damage people were connected to work.
OK quick question -- -- around a table favorite city outside of the one you grew up in.
Well I don't -- got my favorite cities New York a -- NASA had to get cancer Bob Austin, Texas rain ending and same Miami that's dividing your guns and United States in the united.
I let my editor at ten -- think if you -- -- -- -- -- -- out the first -- somebody tells -- it's it's close to a lot of places but it's true.
If you heard you're out in your 45 minutes from Billy you're out -- new York and you're really close a Quaker town -- -- -- Reports this and there's got coats but not and that mentality that lets talk goes -- -- is he's over these really messy hot dogs Andrea -- -- -- a -- every.
Think Greg I went to rehab like and talent I have been ready as that's right and we used to try to escape to their re having good Allentown who would -- back to -- -- oh yeah.
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