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Obama, not Bush, Signed the 2009 Federal Budget

 

Shouldn't history be longer than a few years before Yes Liberals Can® rewrite it?


President Obama Signs FY 2009 Budget into Law

Posted: 3/12/2009
President Barack Obama has signed the FY 2009 federal budget into law, representing final action on the budget for the current fiscal year.


N

inny Pelooni, then Screecher of the House, and her comrade Demøspenderrats who totally controlled Congress between 2007 and 2011, decided it would be "unhelpful" to pass any budget before the election Coronation of their Der Fübar as pResident Biggest.Spender.Ever.-in-Chief, Defender of the Record Budget Deficit™ and Protector of Mount Everest after Mount Everest after Mount Everest of National Debt™.

Really, liberals. Everyone knows you're autonomic liars — and bad ones at that. But these ongoing desperate attempts of yours to Blame! Bush!!1!11!^#&&^!!!® for an annual budget that Democrooks alone had power to pass — but refused to while Evil BusHitler McHalliburton remained in office — are beyond pathetic.

As obaMSNBCa reported the day its Øbameinführer signed the 2009 budget bill,


In a sign of his discomfort with the bill, Obama signed it in private. He declined to answer a shouted reporter's question about why.

Obama also released a "signing statement"....



Wait. Don't liberals hate signing statements?

Only when a Republican releases one, apparently.

Also, just two weeks before he signed that budget in secret, Der Fübar proclaimed,


Today I'm pledging to cut the deficit we inherited by half by the end of my first [only –FIFY] term in office.


Of course Øfascist Lied, the Deficit Cut Died.


In 2009, the year Obama took office, the annual deficit was $1.4 trillion....


But instead of the "promised" cut in half, it now stands at $1.327 trillion.

The only "half" here is the half wit — and that's being overly generous — who "promised" the deficit would be 50 percent less.

No he can't change his need, like all fascist liberals(birm), to tell the American people such whopping lies.



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Black Mayor Caught Straying off the Democrat Plantation

 

His masters have beat their errant black slave property back into submission. So it's mint juleps all around!


W

hen you're the shackled property of the Demøracist Party, which long ago bought and has continually owned you, you should know better than to even risk incurring your masters' wrath.

The liberal media are pounding him, while David Axelrod, the chief strategist for the Obama campaign, went on the air to scold Mr. Booker as "just wrong" and that "there are specific instances here that speak to an economic theory that isn't the right economic theory for the country." Translation: If the campaign is going to successfully demonize Mitt Romney as a marauding capitalist, it can't have fellow [the wholly-owned property of] Democrats defending capitalism.

Now you're a good and obedient slave, mayor. Just keep mindlessly doing exactly what your owners order you to do and they won't have to again flog you in public as an example for any of their other property that might ever think of getting such "uppity" notions.

Like a chastened child [slave], Booker has been backtracking [his way to his masters' oppressive cotton field].

Your Demøracist masters undoubtedly wish you weren't so "articulate and bright and clean." But thanks to them and all the inner cities slave quarters their party totally and exclusively controls, they won't have to worry too much about there being many more like you.

After all, only a 150 years ago Demoracists were doing everything they could to deny their property any real opportunity to even learn how to read or write, much less think independently and speak articulately.

Given what Demøracists have been doing to practically every public school still completely under their whip, it's clear they remain extremely committed to that task.

That way yes they can keep their slaves not only from expressing any unacceptable thoughts, but in lifelong bondage to them.

Make no mistake: The constant hope of your Demøracist owners, masters, and overseers is that your status as political chattel will never change.



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Liberals Hate Obama

 

Racists


V

iolent, racist liberals.

Extremely redundant, I know:

Three of the individuals arrested in the Wednesday apartment raid of an Occupy Chicago member were charged last night for conspiracy to commit terrorism....

Coincidentally two of these suspects appear to have been at the first violent action of the NATO week protests on Tuesday night....

[The three] are accused of planning to attack President Obama's campaign headquarters [because of his skin color, no doubt]....



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Our Economy Is An Absolute Obasket Case

 

And yes Teh (d)Øne™ can "think" of nothing better to "do" than gab about — and make money off — his "evolving" personal view of same-sex "marriage"?


W

hat else has been "evolving" in our country?

How about gas prices?

They have "evolved" from under $2.00 a gallon the day Øblameothers started to Øccupy 1600 Penn. Ave., to over a personally crushing $3.50 today.

Or the total number of working-age Americans permanently out of work?

"Thanks" to Øloser, that number has "evolved" to over a personally devastating 4.5 million.

9 million people without jobs [including 6 million in Teh Err0r of Øbungle™] have been removed from the labor force simply by the government defining them as not being in the labor force anymore. Indeed — effectively all of the decreases in unemployment rate percentages since 2009 have come not from new jobs, but through reducing the workforce participation rate so that millions of jobless people are removed from the labor force by definition....

74% of the jobless who have been removed from unemployment calculations are in the 16-54 age bracket....


Permanent joblessness has "evolved" to Jimmy "Malaise" Carter Levels®.

In April, the labor force was 365,000 smaller than it was in June 2009 — the month the economic recovery officially started. That's in stark contrast to every other post-World War II expansion, which saw the labor force climb by the millions at this point in their recoveries, even as unemployment rates were driven down.

Combined with the growing working-age population, this has pushed the labor force participation rate — those working or looking for a job compared with the working-age population — down to 63.6% in April from 65.7% in mid-2009, and the lowest since 1981 [i.e., the year al-Qarter left office].

Economists note that the shrinking labor force has masked the true size of the unemployment problem, since people who quit looking for a job are no longer counted as unemployed.


Last and certainly least, another personally bankrupting thing that has "evolved" because of Blowcoke Øbonghit is our rate of economic "growth." That is, if historic anemia can ever be defined as such.

Real gross domestic product (GDP) grew at an annual rate of 2.2 percent in the first quarter of 2012....

Real GDP increased 1.7 percent from 2010 to 2011 overall....

Real GDP grew 2.9% in 2010 overall....


Make. No. Mistake.: Despite all the Øbailouts, "stimulus," and retheftribution of wealth, the only thing that has really "evolved" with these Øbamiserable failures and Øbameltdowns is our unprecedented personal "fair" share of the national debt.


End of TermReaganGHW Bushal-QlintonGW BushØfascist
National Debt (adjusted for inflation)$4.82 trillion$6.54 trillion$7.38 trillion$11.17 trillion$15.57 trillion
U.S. Population247 million258 million285 million307 million314 million
Personal "Fair" Share$19,500$25,300$25,900$36,300$49,600

Let me be absolutely clear®:



Four More Years for Øne
means
No More Hopes for All


FØR( making you a )WARD( of the state).


Redistribution of Wealth
=
dis those who have wealth
+
seek Retribution against them
until no one* has any
*excluding fascist liberals(birm), of course


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Obama's War on Black Girls

 

Yes, Øbully was one of those "gutsy" hate-filled haters who go around shoving little black girls.


H

e admits he "made the call" to bully and push a black girl until she cried and ran away while he and his black-girl-terrorizing pals laughed at her.

"Hah hah hah. Run away, stupid black girl! Don't come back or I'll taunt and bully you and push you around some more!

"Hah hah hah!"

What a "gutsy" big "man" he was.

Guess they were all out of people his size that day, so Ø"beat-dem-hos" had to pick on that black girl and single her out for his sadistic bullying.

Wonder if he ever discussed with his daughters their feelings about their father having been such a hate-filled, cowardly, black-girl-shoving bully?

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'Terrorize All Streets!'

 

So, Der Fübar, do you still think feel your pals are "not that different" from the TEA Party?


H

ow many bridges have top TEA Party leaders tried to blow up?

Which group is raping and pillaging everyday women and men on the street?

Make no mistake: It's just another terrorist organization you're giving material support to.

Let me be absolutely clear: Yes we the people can plainly see you're with them, not with us.

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Hitler Youth Sues Obama Campaign over Plagiarized Slogan

 

Vorwärts! Does sound "better" in the original German, doesn't it?



T

he Communist League, as well as the estates of Karl Marx and Mao Zedong, are suing too.

However, Baracommie Øfascist's perpetual campaign could, with only one or two entirely unnoticeable changes, say what everyone already believes.

His f-word slogan is actually something completely different than "forward." The latter was just a typo.

For examples:

1. "The sign maker was supposed to print FourTards." Short for Øfascist, Bidense, Reidtard, and Peloseri.

2. In the words of Vice pResident Bidense:

You can go back 500 years. You cannot find FourWorst years. Never knowing for certain. We never had more than a 48 percent probability that he (Baracrook Øfascist) wasn't there (on the golf course).


3. "What, are you pyslexic? It says Forwarp!" As in warp speed on enlarging the public debt and swelling the ranks of the permanently unemployed.

4. "You're supposed to read it from right to left: Draw ROF LMAO. Except we had a seven-letter limit." In other words, a solicitation for funny pictures.

5. "Yes. 'For' is Kenyan for 'mental.'" You do the math.

6. "Fubarward. But the printer thinks 'uba' is Kenyan for 'insert my logo here.'"

7. "I'm For woof. Especially covered with barbecue sauce." Still tough, though.


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If yes we can spend less than $12 billion a year for ten years to put a dozen men on the moon...

 

With all the spending Baracrook Øfascist has approved just in excess of public-money receipts, yes we could've put over 6,000 people on the moon during his term(ination of America)!


Y

es we can call it the Øbamoon Colony™.

One of those Øbamoonites is named Julia. She has a son, Zachary.

Zachary's stepfather, of course, is Un¢le $am.

At ten years old, Zachary — or Zack, as he prefers to be called now — weighs only 14 pounds! So his teacher doesn't report him and his parent — singular, not plural — to Moochelle's Fat Nazis®.

A few weeks before his eleventh birthday, Zack takes a walk outside. But the "free" helmet the government issued him has a leak.

So Zack suffers extreme oxygen deprivation and becomes a vegetable.

Unfortunately for him, Øbamoon"Care" requires a test to determine whether Zack is "morally relevant" enough to receive any medical treatment. Zack, of course, fails the test.

The government then tells Julia she is not allowed to give her son any more food because he will no longer be able to feed himself.

Zack starves. Blissfully and euphorically, of course.

A little over a week later, Zack dies.

Julia now regrets using all the "free" contraceptives the government has been giving her over the years so she could repeatedly experience, without any consequences, the joys of low-gravity sex.

Of course, Julia blames Richard Nixon for all her troubles.

After all, if he hadn't "made the call" to put a man on the moon, there never would've been an Øbamoon Colony™.

Her Zachary would be walking around outside today.

Without a space helmet, of course.


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'F0rward' to Economic Ruin!

 

F0rward to Highest. Gas prices. Ever.! F0rward to "crucified" energy producers! F0rward to newer bankrupt/taxpayer-bailed-out Big "Green" corporations! F0rward to taller mountains of debt!


The Hill recently reported that Barack Obama’s ‘official’ launching of his reelection campaign commences in Columbus, Ohio, and Richmond, Va., on May 5, 2012.
    “H/T to Gateway Pundit who points out that the official launch date, coincidentally, is Karl Marx’s birthday.”
image: News/Talk 97.3 THE SKY, Gainesville, Fla.
F

0rward to further credit-rating downgrades! F0rward to endless tidal waves of red ink and avalanches of red tape!

F0rward to deeper Medicare cuts! F0rward to rationed health"care"! F0rward to reduced choice!

F0rward to net three million jobs permanently lost! F0rward to extremely longer unemployment! F0rward to increasing joblessness! F0rward to Steepest. Declines. Ever. in workforce participation! F0rward to phonier and phonier "unemployment rate" figures!

F0rward to over a million less self-employed Americans!

F0rward to lower home values! F0rward to Lowest. Homes Sales. Ever.!

F0rward to falling household incomes! Forward to poorer middle class!

F0rward to devalued currency!

F0rward to worst economic "recovery" since the Great Depression! F0rward to smaller and smaller economic "growth"!

F0rward to drastically declining oil production on federal lands! F0rward to plummeting offshore leases and revenues!

F0rward to sharply declining oil refinery capacities! F0rward to slower processing of permit applications!

F0rward to a totally bankrupt coal industry!

F0rward to record numbers of women living in extreme poverty! Forward to record dependence on food stamps!

F0rward to spread the misery and hopelessness around!

F0rward to nuclear-armed Iran! F0rward to radical islamist Egypt! F0rward to "engaging" treasonously palling around with enemies and adversaries!

F0rward to negotiating with surrendering to the Taliban!

F0rward to five vacations a year — not for you, but for the Vacationer-in-Chief™! F0rward to football-spiking junkets to Afghanistan!

F0rward to costlier "shovel ready" "stimulus" "jobs"! F0rward to spreading our wealth around only among Baracrook Øfascist's personal Øbuddies and fat cat Wall Street pals! F0rward to no-bid contracts for Øbuddy suppliers of untested drugs!

Make no mistake: More of Øblunder's miserably unprecedented failures are not the things Americans are looking forward to.

What they're really looking forward to is this November's massive layoff of Baracrook Ødespot and his whole dangerously irresponsible, out-of-control and totally incompetent failed regime!

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'Obama was not the man who made the call'

 

If Osama bin Laden's body hadn't been buried at sea/cremated/shot into space/dumped in a volcano/fed to hungry lions/whichever changing story the White House is coming up with now, no doubt Teh Golfer-in-Chief would be displaying it in a campaign ad.


“U

h, er... I, ah... Who unplugged the teleprompter?.... Okay. So... ah, as I was saying. All right, then. Uh... Yeh, now it's working.... Um-hmm. Yeh... a little more. More. Uh, that's it! Start there.

"Anyway, let me be absolutely clear: I said that I'd go after bin Laden if we had a clear shot at him, and I did."

Not so fast, Kommie Sabe:

Chris Kyle, a former SEAL sniper with 160 confirmed and another 95 unconfirmed kills to his credit, said: 'The operation itself was great and the nation felt immense pride. It was great that we did it.

'But bin Laden was just a figurehead. The war on terror continues. Taking him out didn't really change anything as far as the war on terror is concerned and using it as a political attack is a cheap shot.

'In years to come there is going to be information that will come out that Obama was not the man who made the call. He can say he did and the people who really know what happened are inside the Pentagon, are in the military and the military isn't allowed to speak out against the commander-in-chief so his secret is safe.'



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Facts Are Racist

 

Population, crime, and poverty in the United States.


A

ccording to most recent data (2010), the rate of violent crime In the United States is 403.6 per 100,000. Property crime is 2,941.9 per 100,000.

On average, where Whites are over 30 percent of the population (50 states), violent crime is 4.1 percent lower than the national rate, and property crime is 1.9 percent lower. Over 40 percent (49 states), those rates are 8.9 percent lower and 3.2 percent lower, respectively; over 50 percent (46 states), 10.9 percent lower and 4.2 percent lower; over 60 percent (38 states), 15.2 percent lower and 5.1 percent lower; over 70 percent (28 states), 25.6 percent lower and 9.9 percent lower; over 80 percent (18 states), 38.1 percent lower and 14.7 percent lower; and over 90 percent (4 states), 54.6 percent lower and 21.9 percent lower.

On average, where Hispanics are over 10 percent of the population (17 states), violent crime is 5.9 percent lower than the national rate, and property crime is 2.3 percent lower. Over 20 percent (7 states), those rates are 20.8 percent higher and 8.8 percent higher, respectively; and over 30 percent (3 states), 22.2 percent higher and 11.7 percent higher.

On average, where Blacks are over 10 percent of the population (22 states), violent crime is 17.4 percent higher than the national rate, and property crime is 7.6 percent higher. Over 20 percent (9 states), those rates are 39.3 percent higher and 22.2 percent higher, respectively; and over 30 percent (4 states), 58.1 percent higher and 27.9 percent higher.



Violent crimes of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, and property crimes of burglary, larceny/theft, and motor vehicle theft, along with associated poverty rates, are tabulated and charted below.

White
Pop.
VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
>30%
50 states
386.94.531.0103.1248.32,885.6666.32,003.2216.113,924
>40%
49 states
367.74.231.090.5242.02,847.0665.51,978.0203.513,833
>50%
46 states
359.54.130.988.5236.02,818.4653.61,968.4196.413,661
>60%
38 states
342.23.732.277.2229.12,793.0634.61,973.8184.613,513
>70%
28 states
300.33.131.465.9199.92,650.5585.61,893.4171.513,307
>80%
18 states
249.72.630.450.2166.52,509.5527.31,840.3141.813,156
>90%
4 states
183.41.825.230.5126.02,296.9521.41,689.086.512,475
Hispanic
Pop.
VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
>10%
17 states
379.64.030.1102.7242.82,875.0642.41,989.0243.513,512
>20%
7 states
487.45.234.4124.4323.33,200.8797.22,104.6298.915,157
>30%
3 states
493.35.633.1121.7333.03,284.7848.02,125.2311.616,467
Black
Pop.
VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
>10%
22 states
474.06.427.3151.8288.53,164.7777.32,143.0244.314,918
>20%
9 states
562.28.427.6195.4330.83,595.8906.02,381.5308.316,100
>30%
4 states
638.011.527.8263.8335.03,763.0932.42,443.4387.118,525
VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
383.84.630.0104.4244.82,909.3675.52,011.7222.0>9,000
49 states
388.24.631.0103.9248.82,951.6693.82,033.4224.4>10,000
45 states
391.84.831.3103.9251.92,970.2708.22,036.1226.0>11,000
40 states
416.45.231.6113.6266.03,050.8737.82,076.6236.4>12,000
35 states
437.95.631.2119.1282.03,135.0776.82,117.4240.9>13,000
28 states
440.75.731.2120.1283.53,153.1787.82,122.6242.7>14,000
26 states
476.26.532.4132.7304.63,366.4880.72,225.1260.5>15,000
18 states
499.06.932.4139.4320.33,425.3910.02,243.3272.0>16,000
16 states
530.97.432.3153.4337.63,459.5904.02,286.2269.3>17,000
11 states
586.99.534.8245.0297.63,468.5885.62,245.2337.7>18,000
4 states

The following three tables show the crime and poverty rates aggregated in order of increasing White, Hispanic, and Black population percentages, respectively.


#State∑ Pop.∑ W%VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
1Hawaii1,360,301309,34322.7262.71.826.877.5156.73,314.2636.82,302.4374.910,400
2District of Columbia1,962,024518,80726.4590.18.028.1274.2279.93,763.4657.12,589.6516.612,894
3California39,215,98015,475,06039.5448.15.122.7161.9258.52,692.2616.41,661.0414.814,137
4New Mexico41,275,15916,308,87039.5455.15.123.9157.7268.42,729.3636.61,685.9406.814,327
5Texas66,420,72027,706,21541.7453.35.126.3147.5274.53,128.2739.82,033.2355.215,410
6Nevada69,121,27129,168,29642.2461.45.126.7149.4280.33,114.4743.02,015.3356.015,292
7Maryland74,894,82332,326,25443.2468.05.326.3152.6283.93,105.4734.52,018.1352.714,816
8Georgia84,582,47637,740,17444.6460.65.425.7149.8279.83,166.7764.72,053.7348.115,013
9Arizona90,974,49341,435,82145.5456.95.426.3146.9278.43,192.5766.82,078.3347.315,122
10Florida109,775,80352,320,54347.7471.65.426.7145.5294.03,255.1789.52,140.0325.615,084
11Mississippi112,743,10054,042,83047.9466.35.426.8144.1289.93,248.0795.82,130.5321.815,262
12New York132,121,20265,347,07749.5455.45.325.0144.5280.63,056.4728.22,038.0290.015,105
13New Jersey140,913,09670,561,95550.1446.25.224.1143.9273.02,995.6710.32,002.3283.014,750
14Louisiana145,446,46873,296,83950.4449.45.424.2143.0276.83,015.9719.42,015.5281.014,829
15Illinois158,277,10081,464,59251.5448.25.424.2144.1274.62,988.7708.72,003.6276.414,704
16South Carolina162,902,46484,427,33251.8452.55.424.4143.0279.63,014.6716.92,021.0276.614,771
17Alaska163,612,69584,882,65251.9453.35.424.6142.8280.53,013.9715.72,021.8276.414,745
18Virginia171,613,71990,069,10252.5442.15.424.3139.4273.02,981.9700.22,012.0269.714,550
19North Carolina181,149,20296,293,09753.2438.05.424.2137.4271.03,006.4720.02,020.8265.614,641
20Delaware182,047,13696,879,84953.2438.95.424.2137.7271.63,008.6720.62,022.6265.314,622
21Alabama186,826,872100,084,25153.6437.35.424.3136.7270.93,021.6724.62,032.7264.214,695
22Oklahoma190,578,223102,659,63253.9438.15.424.6135.8272.43,029.3730.02,034.9264.414,724
23Colorado195,607,419106,180,42554.3435.15.325.1133.9270.83,020.5724.62,032.5263.314,677
24Connecticut199,181,516108,726,68754.6432.45.324.9133.3268.93,005.6719.32,024.4262.014,584
25Washington205,906,056113,603,49155.2428.55.225.4131.8266.13,028.5722.62,040.0265.914,509
26Arkansas208,821,974115,776,96055.4429.65.225.6131.1267.63,035.9728.02,043.0264.814,568
27Tennessee215,168,079120,577,74256.0435.05.225.9131.1272.83,054.3736.42,053.9263.914,643
28Massachusetts221,715,708125,562,54256.6435.95.125.9130.4274.53,033.5731.72,040.4261.314,514
29Rhode Island222,768,275126,366,22756.7435.15.125.9130.1274.03,031.2731.02,039.0261.114,500
30Michigan232,651,915133,936,16657.6437.45.126.8129.5275.93,017.7731.72,024.2261.814,574
31Kansas235,505,033136,166,70557.8436.65.127.0128.6275.93,019.0731.12,026.7261.214,560
32Oregon239,336,107139,172,55358.1433.65.127.0127.5274.03,018.9727.62,030.5260.714,555
33Pennsylvania252,038,486149,267,20559.2430.25.127.0127.6270.52,976.2712.82,009.2254.214,453
34Utah254,802,371151,488,92459.5427.95.027.1126.7269.02,978.4711.02,013.7253.814,420
35Missouri260,791,298156,339,67259.9428.55.127.0126.1270.22,986.9711.52,021.2254.114,424
36Ohio272,327,802165,698,93560.8423.75.027.3126.9264.52,997.8720.52,026.2251.114,457
37Indiana278,811,604170,985,38861.3421.25.027.3126.1262.72,998.9720.62,028.2250.014,456
38Nebraska280,637,945172,485,14161.5420.25.027.3125.7262.22,996.8718.92,028.2249.614,442
39Minnesota285,941,870176,890,28361.9416.85.027.4124.5259.92,988.9714.12,026.7248.014,379
40Wisconsin291,628,856181,628,69462.3413.54.927.3123.6257.72,979.5709.32,024.2246.014,340
41Idaho293,196,438182,944,93762.4412.54.927.3123.1257.22,974.2707.72,021.4245.114,340
42South Dakota294,010,618183,634,43962.5412.14.927.4122.8257.02,971.1706.82,019.6244.714,340
43Wyoming294,574,244184,118,31362.5411.74.927.4122.6256.82,970.2706.22,019.5244.414,331
44Kentucky298,913,611187,863,96862.8409.24.927.5122.0254.92,964.1706.12,015.0242.914,393
45Montana299,903,026188,732,59662.9408.84.927.5121.7254.72,962.7705.02,015.0242.614,395
46Iowa302,949,381191,433,71963.2407.44.827.5120.8254.32,955.4703.42,010.6241.514,369
47North Dakota303,621,972192,031,72663.2407.04.827.5120.6254.12,952.8702.52,009.1241.214,364
48New Hampshire304,938,442193,246,77663.4406.04.827.5120.2253.52,949.5701.22,007.8240.514,338
49West Virginia306,791,436194,973,03263.6405.44.827.5119.7253.42,945.2700.52,004.9239.814,358
50Vermont307,417,177195,563,25563.6404.94.827.5119.5253.12,943.9700.22,004.2239.414,352
51Maine308,745,538196,817,55263.7403.74.827.5119.1252.32,941.9699.62,003.5238.714,343
#State∑ Pop.∑ H%VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
1West Virginia1,852,99422,2681.2314.63.319.144.7247.52,239.6580.51,531.7127.417,700
2Maine3,181,35539,2031.2234.22.723.439.1169.12,339.7569.41,664.9105.315,428
3Vermont3,807,09648,4111.3217.12.423.034.6157.12,330.3564.31,666.499.614,770
4North Dakota4,479,68761,8781.4218.32.324.831.4159.82,245.9523.41,618.7103.814,327
5South Dakota5,293,86783,9971.6226.02.428.429.5165.82,185.4503.01,579.5102.914,307
6Mississippi8,261,164165,4782.0241.74.029.452.5155.72,472.6690.91,651.0130.817,047
7New Hampshire9,577,634202,1822.1231.43.629.650.0148.12,433.2652.71,657.6122.915,853
8Montana10,567,049230,7472.2235.23.529.946.8155.02,443.6626.21,691.6125.815,782
9Kentucky14,906,416363,5832.4237.43.730.558.4144.82,475.0647.21,696.9130.916,605
10Ohio26,442,920718,2572.7271.33.931.295.2141.12,811.0767.71,889.7153.715,987
11Missouri32,431,847930,7272.9305.34.529.896.5174.42,909.9761.71,973.4174.815,730
12Alabama37,211,5831,116,3293.0314.64.629.696.9183.42,987.8776.82,030.2180.815,956
13Louisiana41,744,9551,308,8893.1340.05.329.498.9206.43,059.5801.32,073.3184.916,101
14Michigan51,628,5951,745,2473.4368.85.432.8102.2228.42,993.3791.01,999.8202.516,121
15Tennessee57,974,7002,035,3063.5395.65.432.9105.4251.83,066.0815.22,044.9205.916,228
16Minnesota63,278,6252,285,5643.6382.25.133.0102.0242.13,024.6785.52,037.0202.215,792
17Iowa66,324,9802,437,1083.7377.25.032.798.8240.72,988.7774.52,015.6198.615,611
18South Carolina70,950,3442,672,7903.8391.65.032.799.4254.53,048.1789.12,054.8204.315,707
19Alaska71,660,5752,712,0393.8394.05.033.199.2256.73,046.2785.62,056.1204.515,640
20Pennsylvania84,362,9543,431,6994.1389.85.032.1103.7248.92,914.7732.71,988.6193.515,172
21Wisconsin90,049,9403,767,7554.2380.94.931.4102.1242.42,889.0715.91,982.8190.314,997
22Indiana96,533,7424,157,4624.3376.54.931.1101.7238.72,899.3716.61,991.6191.114,957
23Arkansas99,449,6604,343,5124.4380.24.931.6101.1242.72,918.7728.31,999.3191.115,069
24Virginia107,450,6844,975,3374.6367.84.830.698.9233.52,874.6702.61,985.4186.714,732
25Maryland113,224,2365,445,9694.8377.05.030.2103.6238.32,880.9699.01,988.8193.114,446
26Delaware114,122,1705,519,1904.8378.95.030.2104.4239.42,885.3700.11,992.0193.214,417
27North Carolina123,657,6536,319,3105.1377.75.029.5104.1239.12,928.7729.22,006.3193.114,561
28Georgia133,345,3067,172,9995.4379.65.028.9105.8239.82,980.4748.72,029.8201.814,704
29Oklahoma137,096,6577,505,0065.5382.35.029.2105.3242.72,992.3755.62,032.9203.814,745
30Hawaii138,456,9587,625,8485.5381.15.029.2105.1241.92,995.5754.42,035.6205.414,704
31Wyoming139,020,5847,676,0795.5380.45.029.2104.7241.52,993.3752.92,035.4205.014,684
32District of Columbia139,622,3077,730,8285.5384.55.129.2107.3242.93,001.0752.72,040.5207.714,700
33Nebraska141,448,6487,898,2335.6383.15.029.3106.7242.12,996.8748.82,040.3207.614,669
34Massachusetts147,996,2778,525,8875.8386.85.029.2106.6246.12,968.2741.22,020.7206.214,475
35Kansas150,849,3958,825,9295.9386.54.929.3105.6246.62,971.0740.12,024.7206.314,455
36Idaho152,416,9779,001,8305.9384.84.929.4104.7245.82,961.0736.72,019.2205.014,453
37Washington159,141,5179,757,6206.1381.84.829.7104.0243.32,992.5740.32,039.7212.514,361
38Oregon162,972,59110,207,6826.3378.74.729.8103.0241.22,993.0734.92,045.1213.014,360
39Rhode Island164,025,15810,338,3376.3377.94.729.8102.8240.62,990.2733.92,043.2213.114,342
40Utah166,789,04310,696,6776.4375.24.729.9101.9238.82,993.3730.82,049.4213.114,293
41Connecticut170,363,14011,175,7646.6373.24.729.6101.8237.22,976.5724.32,039.6212.614,191
42Illinois183,193,77213,203,3427.2377.64.729.2105.6238.12,955.8714.82,027.6213.414,128
43New York202,571,87416,620,2648.2379.04.727.7109.6237.02,858.8678.51,977.2203.114,135
44New Jersey211,363,76818,175,4088.6376.04.727.0110.6233.72,826.5668.61,955.9202.013,938
45Colorado216,392,96419,214,0958.9374.74.627.4109.5233.22,823.2665.11,955.5202.513,914
46Florida235,194,27423,437,90110.0388.14.727.5111.8244.12,881.9683.91,994.1203.913,992
47Nevada237,894,82524,154,40210.2391.24.727.6112.8246.12,880.7685.41,989.4205.913,975
48Arizona244,286,84226,049,55110.7391.74.727.8112.7246.52,897.8688.32,000.2209.314,044
49California281,540,79840,063,27014.2398.14.727.1118.4247.92,863.1678.51,948.8235.814,064
50Texas306,686,35949,524,19116.1402.44.827.3119.4250.92,938.6697.42,002.5238.614,319
51New Mexico308,745,53850,477,59416.3403.74.827.5119.1252.32,941.9699.62,003.5238.714,343
#State∑ Pop.∑ B%VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
1Montana989,4154,0270.4272.22.632.415.9221.22,543.8369.32,020.3154.215,100
2Idaho2,556,99713,8370.5240.81.833.114.6191.42,207.8397.21,699.3111.314,608
3Wyoming3,120,62318,5850.6232.71.732.414.4184.32,253.7394.31,749.2110.213,754
4Vermont3,746,36424,8620.7215.61.630.513.9169.62,258.5418.31,736.6103.613,363
5Utah6,510,24954,1490.8214.41.732.127.5153.02,649.5471.42,027.2151.012,554
6New Hampshire7,826,71969,1840.9206.41.632.028.6144.22,571.6461.61,972.0137.911,872
7Maine9,155,08084,8910.9194.11.631.629.0131.92,558.2475.01,954.5128.711,933
8North Dakota9,827,67192,8510.9196.31.631.827.9134.92,504.2462.51,913.0128.711,918
9South Dakota10,641,851103,0581.0201.81.733.127.3139.82,454.3457.01,871.0126.312,092
10Hawaii12,002,152124,4821.0208.71.732.333.0141.72,551.8477.41,919.9154.511,907
11Oregon15,833,226193,6881.2219.21.932.240.1145.02,663.3485.92,004.0173.412,492
12New Mexico17,892,405236,2381.3261.72.533.844.5181.02,752.2547.42,022.0182.713,120
13Iowa20,938,760325,3861.6263.42.332.942.8185.42,678.0547.31,956.5174.212,930
14Alaska21,648,991348,6491.6275.72.434.344.2194.92,683.8543.71,964.1176.012,800
15West Virginia23,501,985411,7731.8278.82.433.144.2199.12,648.7546.61,930.0172.113,183
16Washington30,226,525651,8152.2286.62.434.254.0196.02,884.1607.52,057.6219.012,985
17Colorado35,255,721853,5522.4291.52.435.655.2198.42,855.6595.02,040.9219.612,973
18Arizona41,647,7381,112,5602.7309.43.035.363.4207.72,959.7625.62,096.5237.613,537
19Nebraska43,474,0791,195,4452.7308.13.035.463.1206.72,947.7618.52,093.3235.913,485
20Minnesota48,778,0041,469,8573.0300.32.935.263.2199.12,906.8601.32,077.7227.813,217
21Rhode Island49,830,5711,530,0463.1299.42.935.163.4198.12,899.4600.92,070.7227.813,182
22Kansas52,683,6891,697,9103.2303.12.935.362.9202.12,911.4605.22,079.3226.913,193
23California89,937,6453,996,9824.4360.13.729.9101.5225.02,797.2608.91,885.8302.513,610
24Wisconsin95,624,6314,356,1304.6353.53.729.4100.1220.32,780.0600.51,886.5293.013,538
25Massachusetts102,172,2604,790,5284.7360.73.629.2100.4227.42,752.5599.01,868.0285.513,330
26Oklahoma105,923,6115,068,1724.8364.93.729.6100.0231.72,776.0613.21,877.8285.013,430
27Kentucky110,262,9785,405,6924.9360.13.729.699.5227.32,767.1616.51,871.2279.413,632
28Nevada112,963,5295,624,3185.0367.33.829.8101.8232.02,767.3621.41,864.1281.713,603
29Indiana119,447,3316,215,7155.2364.43.829.7101.5229.52,782.2627.21,877.7277.413,646
30Connecticut123,021,4286,578,0115.3362.03.829.3101.4227.52,765.1621.31,869.0274.813,524
31Pennsylvania135,723,8077,955,7005.9362.43.929.0104.0225.52,709.7603.81,844.6261.413,429
32Missouri141,712,7348,649,0916.1366.34.128.8103.9229.52,736.6609.31,865.6261.613,479
33Texas166,858,29511,628,6897.0379.04.229.0107.9237.82,894.3654.51,976.8263.014,036
34Ohio178,394,79913,036,3707.3374.84.229.2110.2231.22,917.0671.91,987.3257.814,112
35New Jersey187,186,69314,241,1967.6371.74.228.4111.3227.82,877.8661.01,962.7254.013,891
36Michigan197,070,33315,641,5587.9377.64.329.3111.6232.52,869.5665.41,949.0255.214,008
37Illinois209,900,96517,507,9728.3381.24.429.0114.3233.52,858.0660.61,944.1253.313,964
38Arkansas212,816,88317,957,8678.4382.94.429.2113.9235.42,867.6666.81,948.4252.414,030
39New York232,194,98521,031,6679.1383.64.428.0116.6234.72,790.3639.21,911.0240.114,045
40Florida250,996,29524,031,5299.6395.54.428.0118.3244.82,847.8658.71,950.5238.714,108
41Tennessee257,342,40025,088,8449.7400.94.528.2118.6249.72,867.8667.41,961.9238.514,182
42Virginia265,343,42426,640,24310.0395.24.527.9117.2245.72,851.5658.81,957.4235.314,073
43Delaware266,241,35826,832,05710.1396.04.527.9117.5246.22,853.5659.41,958.8235.314,062
44North Carolina275,776,84128,880,68510.5394.94.527.7116.9245.82,874.1673.81,966.4233.814,138
45Alabama280,556,57730,131,99610.7394.64.527.7116.6245.82,885.0677.31,974.1233.614,195
46South Carolina285,181,94131,422,68011.0397.94.527.7116.4249.22,901.5682.51,984.5234.414,241
47Maryland290,955,49333,122,97811.4400.94.627.6117.9250.72,903.4681.61,985.8236.014,140
48Georgia300,643,14636,073,41312.0400.94.627.4118.2250.62,927.1691.81,996.9238.414,217
49Louisiana305,176,51837,525,80912.3403.14.727.4118.2252.82,937.8696.42,003.3238.114,263
50Mississippi308,143,81538,624,19412.5401.84.727.5118.0251.72,938.3699.52,001.1237.614,336
51District of Columbia308,745,53838,929,31912.6403.74.827.5119.1252.32,941.9699.62,003.5238.714,343

In chart form:


The last table is a compilation of the Census population and FBI crime data.

StatePop.W%H%B%VCMFRRAAPCBL/TMVTPov.
United States308,745,538196,817,55263.750,477,59416.338,929,31912.6403.64.827.5119.1252.32,941.9699.62,003.5238.814,300
Alabama4,779,7363,204,40267.0185,6023.91,251,31126.2377.85.728.299.6244.23,516.8879.42,415.6221.817,500
Alaska710,231455,32064.139,2495.523,2633.3638.84.475.083.6475.82,852.5437.22,187.3228.09,000
Arizona6,392,0173,695,64757.81,895,14929.6259,0084.1408.16.433.9108.5259.33,534.0794.32,403.2336.516,500
Arkansas2,915,9182,173,46974.5186,0506.4449,89515.4505.34.745.081.3374.33,558.91,114.92,253.8190.118,800
California37,253,95614,956,25340.114,013,71937.62,299,0726.2440.64.922.4156.0257.42,635.8614.31,612.1409.414,200
Colorado5,029,1963,520,79370.01,038,68720.7201,7374.0320.82.443.762.3212.42,684.2520.01,940.5223.612,900
Connecticut3,574,0972,546,26271.2479,08713.4362,29610.1281.43.616.399.4162.02,193.2424.51,581.0187.79,400
Delaware897,934586,75265.373,2218.2191,81421.4620.95.334.7203.7377.13,448.2836.92,396.5214.810,800
District of Columbia601,723209,46434.854,7499.1305,12550.71,330.221.931.1718.8558.44,778.9703.13,238.9836.918,400
Florida18,801,31010,884,72257.94,223,80622.52,999,86216.0542.45.228.6138.7369.83,558.4899.52,438.4220.514,900
Georgia9,687,6535,413,92055.9853,6898.82,950,43530.5403.35.821.6127.7248.23,640.5998.42,329.3312.816,500
Hawaii1,360,301309,34322.7120,8428.921,4241.6262.71.826.877.5156.73,314.2636.82,302.4374.910,400
Idaho1,567,5821,316,24384.0175,90111.29,8100.6221.01.333.513.7172.61,995.8414.81,496.784.314,300
Illinois12,830,6328,167,75363.72,027,57815.81,866,41414.5435.25.523.6156.3249.72,681.0587.61,868.9224.413,300
Indiana6,483,8025,286,45381.5389,7076.0591,3979.1314.54.527.295.9186.93,042.4726.72,113.4202.314,400
Iowa3,046,3552,701,12388.7151,5445.089,1482.9273.51.327.433.2211.62,242.5546.81,571.8124.011,800
Kansas2,853,1182,230,53978.2300,04210.5167,8645.9369.13.538.854.1272.73,119.9680.12,229.2210.613,400
Kentucky4,339,3673,745,65586.3132,8363.1337,5207.8242.64.331.886.4120.12,551.3698.51,709.7143.118,600
Louisiana4,533,3722,734,88460.3192,5604.21,452,39632.0549.011.227.2114.9395.63,647.51,002.22,427.1218.217,300
Maine1,328,3611,254,29794.416,9351.315,7071.2122.01.829.331.259.82,479.3554.01,850.874.512,300
Maryland5,773,5523,157,95854.7470,6328.21,700,29829.4547.77.421.3191.5327.52,997.3632.92,051.7312.69,100
Massachusetts6,547,6294,984,80076.1627,6549.6434,3986.6466.63.226.7105.0331.82,350.5576.81,598.8174.910,300
Michigan9,883,6407,569,93976.6436,3584.41,400,36214.2490.35.747.3116.3321.02,713.6747.41,689.5276.816,200
Minnesota5,303,9254,405,14283.1250,2584.7274,4125.2236.01.833.963.9136.42,572.3460.31,950.0161.911,000
Mississippi2,967,2971,722,28758.081,4812.71,098,38537.0269.77.031.293.7137.82,985.01,026.01,778.4180.621,900
Missouri5,988,9274,850,74881.0212,4703.5693,39111.6455.07.023.9102.4321.73,346.4735.42,343.0268.014,600
Montana989,415868,62887.828,5652.94,0270.4272.22.632.415.9221.22,543.8369.32,020.3154.215,100
Nebraska1,826,3411,499,75382.1167,4059.282,8854.5279.53.036.856.1183.62,673.2455.92,019.4197.912,300
Nevada2,700,5511,462,08154.1716,50126.5218,6268.1660.65.935.7196.2422.92,774.7823.01,574.5377.112,400
New Hampshire1,316,4701,215,05092.336,7042.815,0351.1167.01.031.334.3100.42,186.3413.31,699.573.58,500
New Jersey8,791,8945,214,87859.31,555,14417.71,204,82613.7307.74.211.2134.4157.92,081.9440.51,464.5176.99,400
New Mexico2,059,179833,81040.5953,40346.342,5502.1588.96.946.578.4457.13,435.41,020.52,160.1254.818,000
New York19,378,10211,304,24758.33,416,92217.63,073,80015.9392.14.514.3146.9226.41,941.2335.31,500.4105.414,200
North Carolina9,535,4836,223,99565.3800,1208.42,048,62821.5363.45.021.1100.8236.53,447.31,076.92,178.4192.016,300
North Dakota672,591598,00788.913,4672.07,9601.2225.01.535.213.4174.81,768.5292.31,348.5127.711,700
Ohio11,536,5049,359,26381.1354,6743.11,407,68112.2315.24.132.1142.8136.23,245.2923.32,138.8183.115,200
Oklahoma3,751,3512,575,38168.7332,0078.9277,6447.4479.55.238.789.0346.73,415.5999.02,144.8271.616,200
Oregon3,831,0743,005,84878.5450,06211.769,2061.8252.02.431.762.4155.63,012.9512.62,267.7232.614,300
Pennsylvania12,702,37910,094,65279.5719,6605.71,377,68910.8366.25.226.9128.8205.32,173.0434.31,607.4131.212,500
Rhode Island1,052,567803,68576.4130,65512.460,1895.7256.62.828.174.1151.62,556.6581.51,747.2227.911,500
South Carolina4,625,3642,962,74064.1235,6825.11,290,68427.9597.76.131.7107.7452.33,900.4997.92,617.2285.317,100
South Dakota814,180689,50284.722,1192.710,2071.3268.52.847.918.9198.91,852.4390.71,364.197.614,200
Tennessee6,346,1054,800,78275.6290,0594.61,057,31516.7613.35.633.7131.8442.23,657.91,012.22,411.9233.817,100
Texas25,145,56111,397,34545.39,460,92137.62,979,59811.8450.35.030.3130.6284.43,783.0909.12,603.3270.517,200
Utah2,763,8852,221,71980.4358,34013.029,2871.1212.71.934.345.9130.63,179.6543.32,421.0215.211,500
Vermont625,741590,22394.39,2081.56,2771.0130.21.121.111.896.22,282.3537.91,673.970.511,400
Virginia8,001,0245,186,45064.8631,8257.91,551,39919.4213.64.619.170.7119.12,327.2382.81,812.5131.810,500
Washington6,724,5404,876,80472.5755,79011.2240,0423.6313.82.338.188.2185.33,706.6820.32,503.7382.612,300
West Virginia1,852,9941,726,25693.222,2681.263,1243.4314.63.319.144.7247.52,239.6580.51,531.7127.417,700
Wisconsin5,686,9864,738,41183.3336,0565.9359,1486.3248.72.720.979.2145.92,507.7467.11,897.5143.112,400
Wyoming563,626483,87485.950,2318.94,7480.8195.91.429.113.5151.92,461.6381.31,975.4104.99,800
sources:

Paul Mackun and Steven Wilson, Population Distribution and Change: 2000 to 2010, Census.gov, March 2011. <http://www.census.gov/ prod/ cen2010/ briefs/ c2010br-01.pdf>

Lindsay Hixson, Bradford B. Hepler, and Myoung Ouk Kim, The White Population: 2010, Census.gov, September 2011. <http://www.census.gov/ prod/ cen2010/ briefs/ c2010br-05.pdf>

Sharon R. Ennis, Merarys Ríos-Vargas, and Nora G. Albert, The Hispanic Population: 2010, Census.gov, May 2011. <http://www.census.gov/ prod/ cen2010/ briefs/ c2010br-04.pdf>

Sonya Rastogi, Tallese D. Johnson, Elizabeth M. Hoeffel, and Malcolm P. Drewery, Jr., The Black Population: 2010, Census.gov, September 2011. <http://www.census.gov/ prod/ cen2010/ briefs/ c2010br-06.pdf>

"Table 5. Crime in the United States by State, 2010," Crime in the United States, FBI.gov. <http://www.fbi.gov/ about-us/ cjis/ucr/ crime-in-the-u.s/ 2010/ crime-in-the-u.s.-2010/ tables/ 10tbl05.xls>

"Table 709. Individuals and Families Below Poverty Level - Number and Rate by State: 2000 and 2009," Income, Expenditures, Poverty, & Wealth: Income and Poverty - State and Local Data, Census.gov. <http://www.census.gov/ compendia/ statab/ cats/ income_expenditures_poverty_wealth/ income_and_poverty--state_and_local_data.html>




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