Yet another crisis is upon this burdened city, among the most impoverished and crime-ridden in the country.
I have a question. How could the "quality of life" be any worse than half a city in poverty?
Deep layoffs of city workers go into effect on Tuesday - cutting up to 383 jobs, or one-fourth of the city's employees.
The exact number depends on whether public workers' unions make last-minute concessions. In any case, the cuts are likely to be deep - and could be a blow to the quality of life in a city where more than half the 80,000 residents, mostly black and Hispanic, live in poverty.
The saddest part of all of this is that do you think you could get the residents of this city to support a conservative despite the dire living conditions?
I'm sure that the state of Camden is some sort of racist plot perpetrated by racist tea partiers.