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Tag: Stone Age Republicans
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
It sure didn't take long for the Dingellosaurus to do the Walk Back.
"I have a tremendous amount of confidence in Mayor Bing, and my comments about Detroit yesterday were a reflection on past Administrations that helped dig the hole the city finds itself in, not on the current Administration that is trying desperately to get the city out of the hole. I am and always have worked for the betterment of the City and its people, and I intend to continue that course..."
Okay, Bing deserved the feigned apology. But. That wasn't what Johnny was "sniping". Dingell was blatantly "targeting" Governors. Unmistakably that'd have to point to fellow Democrat Governor Jennifer Granholm. Not to mention Dingells' reference to all "Stone-Agers" err, Conservative Republicans.
Oh, Johnny... is there anything that he won't say?
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
There once was a show on HBO called Tales from the Crypt that instantly came to mind when reading today's JOA News. Yes, Dearborn's very own Congressman Dingell or, the Crypt Keeper if you will, was busy playing a soft race-baiting card for the City of Detroits' $8,000,000,000.00 debt and "Targeting" Michigan's Republican legislature.
Washington-- Rep. John Dingell on Tuesday said the city of Detroit is in dire straits and needs state intervention to recover economically.
Exactly where has the "Dean of the House" been for the past 8 years? I don't recall Johnny talking this way during his fellow Democrat Governor Granholm reign that was preoccupied with running the entire state into the ground. Did the City of Detroit just magically become a cesspool of corruption, poverty and indebtedness on January 1, 2011 when Governor Snyder assumed Office? Nope. I suspect there's more to this new interest in Detroit than Johnny is leading onto...
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