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Because believe me...the dems can. Every time you turn around they come up with more hare brained ideas/statements. Who's stopping them from living wherever they want to live??

Beto O’Rourke claims ‘living close to work’ is a ‘right’

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke now claims you have a “right” to live near your job.

“Living close to work shouldn't be a luxury for the rich,” the former Texas congressman tweeted Monday. “It's a right for everyone.”

O’Rourke didn’t explain how it’s a right – or if he considers it a constitutional or a human right. But in a video posted on Twitter, the Democrat argued that living closer to one’s work would not only “reduce our impact on climate change and greenhouse emissions” but would also “improve the quality of life” for people.

In the video, O’Rourke claimed “we force lower-income working Americans to drive one, two, three hours in either direction to get to their jobs, very often minimum wage jobs. They’re working two or three of them right now.”

“Rich people are going to have to allow -- or be forced to allow -- lower-income people to live near them,” he said.

Conservatives expressed bewilderment over his claims.

“First of all, there is not a single person in the universe driving three hours to get to a minimum wage job,” said blogger Matt Walsh. “Second, if living near your job is a ‘right,’ then literally anything and everything is a right. The term has no meaning at all anymore.”

Dems idea of telling the truth? Not getting caught in their lies.

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The reason for it.

In the past the blacks complained because they wanted government 
given to them houses with the whites. Now that the MS13 and other
illegal felons numbers have gotten out of control they do will be 
whining for neighborhoods they can walk across the street and rob,
rape or kill. 
Every neighborhood in memphis is now annexed by the new chicago
hood. The only winner is the MTA, gotta get the guys to the burbs.

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