"Whenever you concentrate that many apartments with potentially so many poor people in the area, (trouble) consumes those areas," Naumann says in the movie. "What really upsets me is we have liberals from Clayton and Ladue and those places who will say, 'How can you say that? That is racist!' ... and you look down on us and you say mean things about us and you dare to call us racist when we are concerned about our property values, our safety, our children."Whew! Things are gettin' raw. We've got an e-mail into Morton asking whether any local screenings are planned/envisioned. If so, we'll let you know.
Naumann suggested spreading Section 8 housing equally around the county.
"Till then, do not dare to call us names, because we will not tolerate it," he says in the movie.
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