“the eagerness to give free healthcare to illegal immigrants BEFORE ever giving free healthcare to the middle class”
I think that misrepresents the situation. If ANY person in custody develops a life-threatening condition, the government is required by law to provide basic care to save that person’s life. This does not constitute “health care” in the sense we use it when we talk about the health care debate.
“The Dems truly don’t care if we completely lose the middle class and end up totally divided into the very rich and the very poor.”
WHAT?!?!?! I suggest that you read some of the platforms of the candidates on their websites.
The housing crisis is primarily the result of pressure from homeowners on city councils to prevent new housing from being built. It’s a local phenomenon, and is supported by both parties because it’s what gets votes. The situation, over the long run, will correct itself as competing cities allow big housing construction, which will attract lots of new taxpaying residents, and some decades later, new employers. In thirty years watch for news stories on the plight of decaying cities that once were absurdly expensive to live in.