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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    "Detroit is not a bastion of Republican votes and it never will be."

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Wed Aug 10, 2011 at 12:55:08 PM EST
    Tags: MLBC, Rep. Durhal, Kwame Kilpatrick, Detroit, Redistricting, Levin, Feckless Brewer, Race Warlords, Poverty Plantations, The Democratic Party Way (all tags)

    Never?    Never  say  NEVER.

    Folks, those are the words of Michigan Legislative Black Caucus Chair, State Representative Fred Durhal Jr. (D-6).   Full quote.

    "Why mess with Detroit," Durhal said. "Detroit is not a bastion of Republican votes and it never will be."

    Rep. Durhal, why "mess" with Detroit?  C'mon!  Rep. Durhal, your race card is showing...

    DETROIT (AP) -- For over a month, Detroit has been reeling from new census numbers that showed the city lost more population in the last 10 years than anyone realized -- 230,000 or about 25 percent. City officials are trying to get the estimate increased, arguing that thousands of residents went uncounted.

    More troubling is the outlook for the city's next 10 years. Rather than a rebound, which community leaders are publicly talking up, demographers are projecting losses of another 100,000 to 200,000 people, leaving the city somewhere between Tucson, Ariz., and Memphis in size:- 500,000-plus, only without much of a middle class.

    Nope.  It couldn't be the failed, singular Democratic Party rule in Detroit since Mayor Jerome Cavanagh that's responsible for finally driving another 25% of the people out in 2010.  Nothing to see here, folks.

    Could it be Kwame?

    Yessiree, convicted felon Kwame Kilpatrick.  Now there's a crowning achievement for the Detroit top heavy Michigan Legislative Black Caucus to hang its hat on.

    "...and the election of the first African American (Kwame Kilpatrick)
    as leader of the House Democratic Caucus in 2000.

    The history of the Michigan Legislative Black Caucus tells a story of courageous political leaders who worked to make a difference and to create a better Michigan for future generations."

    Ya, you've all done so well for your constituents in Detroit and the collateral damaged others in this state.  Reminds me of an old joke to be played upon.

    How do you set up a Democrat in Detroit with a nice small business?

    Put him in a big business and wait.

    But, elected class race warlords in Detroit are not the only ones throwing temper tantrums on the Left.  Feckless MDP Chair Brewer, and the ingrained Levin family hierarchy are doing their share of poverty pimp foot stomping too.

    Levin said it is "highly disappointing" that Snyder signed the bills that he called Republican gerrymandering.

    Still, "if legal challenges are unsuccessful in overturning this map, I will run for re-election in the proposed 9th District."

    Good luck with that, Sandy.

    Hot damn!  This is going to be so much fun watching the mentally disabled Progressive Left eat their own to stay in control within their poverty plantation Michigan Democratic Party ideology.

    Be right back.  I'm making some popcorn.

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    To be expected (none / 0) (#1)
    by Rougman on Wed Aug 10, 2011 at 10:45:34 PM EST
    What a sad commentary this is.  

    To constituencies that are weaned on victimhood, political power by proxy creates a circus atmosphere in which Kwame's Mommy can lobby potential voters by pointing out that he was, after all, "ya'lls boy!"

    Sure, they knew he was a crony, a cheat, a womanizer, a narcissist, and a crook, but, he was their crony, cheat, womanizer, narcissist and crook.

    These are not collective ideas that end well.

    Knock me over with a feather (none / 0) (#2)
    by Corinthian Scales on Mon Nov 26, 2012 at 10:50:25 PM EST

    I have no reason to doubt Rep. Durhal, is representative of everything encompassing the reelecting words on page 147 of Barry's book: "A plantation. Black people in the worst jobs. The worst housing. Police brutality rampant. But when the so-called black committeemen came around election time, we'd all line up and vote the straight Democratic ticket. Sell our soul for a Christmas turkey."

    Those words may as well have been inscribed on a stone tablet from Mount Sinai.

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