Well, if you live in Cincinnati, you can start with quitting your job, getting knocked up and you could qualify for public housing unit right on the river front.
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory angrily swatted down demands for public housing at The Banks on Wednesday, saying it was ill-timed and counterproductive to affordable housing efforts in the region.
"How dare they? How dare CMHA," Mallory said testily, the day after the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority voted to insist that the $1 billion riverfront development set aside a portion of the project for subsidized housing.
At least this time, the Mayor "swatted it down.
I've got a clue to the "progressives" out there. Being poor should suck! There's a reason people rise out of poverty.... it's because it sucks and they'll do what they have to so they don't have to be poor anymore.
But let's face it... if you can set up a nice place along the river with a scenic view why would you not want to stay poor? After all,if you actually become non-poor, you'll have to move out.
Once again, this is one of the after effects of "progressive" governance. It's why people with common sense would rather cling to their guns and get the hell out of the city where this type of lunacy is practiced.
Coming up next for the poor in Cincinnati; filet mignon, hybrid cars, and Cristal.