OK, who believes that Democrats are the protectors of the poor?
DETROIT - Detroit's mayor unveiled a plan Wednesday that could determine what the city looks like as it fights for vitality, announcing that neighborhoods will receive different kinds of services depending on the conditions of homes, how many people live there and
Do I need to break this down?
the level of blight.
Mayor Dave Bing released details from his Detroit Works Project, calling them part of a "short-term intervention strategy" to serve residents at a time when the city has limited financial resources and a $155 million budget deficit.
"Our focus is going to be on the people in the neighborhoods," Bing said. "We can effect real change and improve neighborhoods."
Mayor Bing is going to support the areas of the city that need the support the least, and not support the areas of the city that need the support the most. So, look at this example. If area A is decent and
has a recreation center, the center will get support. But if area B is not decent, and has a recreation center, that center will not get support. Schools in more affluent areas will get more support, while
schools in other areas, will get less support.
Despite what he said about fire and police services, do YOU believe the police will serve the worst areas the same? Especially since they don't do it, now?