Detectives in several Tri-state jurisdictions are searching for a man they say is responsible for a spree of car break-ins.
Squirrely: This whole "Blacks can't get an ID" stereotype is an insult to every black person in america, that simple. Many democrats stereotype most blacks into this category all the time, but where's that story Yahoo? Oh yeah, negative democratic stories doesn't help your ideology goals, so lets not report things evenly, right yahoo? Voter ID law isn't racist, it's a way to run clean elections because humans all throughout history have shown... If there's a way to cheat, there are some humans willing to cross that line without question. We all want the fairest elections, right? This voter ID law being racist argument is a bigger insult to blacks than what Trump just said. For some to assume every black person is incapable of getting an ID is so wrong. I'd be upset and offended if I were black, while some folks, like many democrats, assumed that by being black makes it impossible for me to get an ID. Wow that kind of thinking stinks and is a slap in the face! Suppose some democrats think blacks are all broke and incapable doing stuff by themselves. What a terrible insult to all blacks, that simple!!! Someones actions say who we are, not someones color, not gender, or any other trait out there. Wish everyone realized this, but humans have shown all throughout our history, we're all not... :( When my disable wife, who can't walk now, had to have an ID to get help from all government agencies, at every turn. Even to get her disability, which took 3-1/2 years, she had to have an ID every step of the way. But asking poor folks to get on for ID for voting is wrong and racist? Ironic doesn't even cut it here, if the USA can ask folks, who need an ID to get any kind of government housing, food, and other important things one needs to LIVE while disable. The USA asking for an ID to vote isn't that big of a deal, I'd think most would think voting ID is way lower on the totem-pole compared to housing, food, and medications, right? Boy, us Humans sure are inconstant with our thinking, but right or wrong doesn't guide our leaders ways. Ideology does, and for some, the ends justifies the means to grab more power/influence over others. At that point, we sure didn't have the funds for an ID, but we still had to find a ways to acquire that ID if she was to receive any help. If she didn't have an ID, she couldn't receive no disability, no housing, no medicare, or anything else she needed after getting seriously hurt. We lost everything while we went through all that, but after going through that unfortunate experience many others experience within our world. I knew this whole voter ID law being unfair & racist was a bunch of baloney, but both parties lying to us all is nothing knew. I'm more upset with the fact there's many folks, from both parties, for many reasons, that enable these party lies daily. I've witnessed many defend both parties no matter if what their doing is right or wrong. I'll say it, Trump should've said this whole inner city thingy differently and said in "some" inner city neighbors things are bad, and we need to fix it. The stuff we've been doing, mostly in democratic ran cities like Chicago, hasn't worked the last 30-40 years. Trump is right here and there's other neighbors within the USA that need major help too. The problem though, no matter what stares both parties & our media right in the face after their policies/influence effects, they'll defend them no matter what's it's caused. Both parties barley, if ever, admit they've made a mistake. As far as I'm concerned, mistakes are OK, everyone makes them, but covering up or continuing those mistakes over pride and feared of backlash is the problem. Have a great and blessed day everyone!!!!!! :)