Bing was way in over his head from the start when he took on the role of mayor.
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Today, May 14, 2013, any and everyone who feel that they want to lead Detroit forward will declare themselves.
Why is it that someone has been able to come in and review the finances of the city and report on them in 45 days – while many have been responsible for the finances for years, but spoke with a muted voice?
Once again, Dave Bing proves just how out of touch he is with Detroiters.
There is plenty being said on urban talk radio in Detroit, but the conversation is more about enabling the issues that face Detroit than being a problem solver.
UAW President Bob King spoke and emphatically stated, “We stand behind Benny.”
An emergency manager is necessary to fix the mess that goes back years.
The Council of Baptist Pastors continues to show why there needs to be a separation of church and politics.
I may not always agree with Snyder, but on the issue of appointing someone to fix Detroit, I am in lock step with him.
After closing arguments in Kwame Kilpatrick’s Public Corruption Trial, I posted an entry asking that everyone remain patient and allow the jurors to deliberate.