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    Tag: Race Warlords

    "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?

    (2 comments, 569 words in story) Full Story

    Tuesdays Divertere: Is There Anything The TEA Partiers Can't Do?

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Tue Aug 02, 2011 at 04:08:15 PM EST
    Tags: Obama Voters, John Conyers Voters, Keith Ellison Voters, Rashida Tlaib Voters, Luis Gutierrez Voters, Neocommunist DNC & MDP, Race Warlords, Poverty Pimps, Dismantling LBJ's Great Sociaety Mooches and FDR's New Deal Looters (all tags)

    Remember this fine Georgian product of Affirmative Action with a law degree?

    Well, Rep. Capsize opens his benighted mouth again...

    Georgia's 4th District voters, embarrassed yet?

    (5 comments) Comments >>

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