Red Ink and Bottom Lines

Are state taxpayers able to assign a dollar value on the Nerd’s $195,000,000 Grand “Bargain” for Ron? Sure we can – nerdy CPA’s haven’t cornered the market on owning “dashboards” yet – $17,330.25 per vote.

Add to this, taxpayers bankrolling the gifted $260,000,000 to the Ilitch family bringing the total to $455,000,000 funneled into Detroit, on just those two items alone, then it becomes – $40,437.26 per vote.
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So, what does Thomas Adams, director of operations for the Rick Snyder campaign in Detroit, have to say? “I’m a Democrat.”

Says it all.

Congratulations, Boobus Michiganderus.

You Betcha! (28)Nuh Uh.(1)

  2 comments for “Red Ink and Bottom Lines

  1. KG One
    November 6, 2014 at 5:18 pm

    Aren't you forgetting something, CS?

    The $2-billion + Rick Snyder initiated cramdown on Metro Detroit communities for the grossly mismanaged Detroit Water Department.

    Not only did Slick Rick feel that it wasn't important to allow us to have a say in the matter (if local counties failed to vote on accepting, the state will appoint someone to "represent" us on the board and we would still have to pay anyway), but we also get to pay for all of the deadbeats in Detroit who think that everything should be free from the government.

    To rub it in the insult even more, Detroit got three seats on the six member governing board (with five votes needed for any rate hike).

    I'm awaiting the loons from the MIa-GOP to justify that minor abuse of state government.

    You Betcha! (8)Nuh Uh.(0)
    • Corinthian Scales
      November 6, 2014 at 10:39 pm

      Feel free to add to the Nerd-pile dollar amount. There are many things I overlooked on purpose, which was/is money stolen from others just to be pissed away on Detroit.

      You Betcha! (10)Nuh Uh.(0)

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