Monday, March 24, 2008

It Is All About Kwame

There isn't much point in bailing out yet when there is still plenty of embarrassment to slather around the city of Detroit like so many layers of discarded trash. Kwame Kilpatrick, the heir to Coleman Young's corrupt governing machine, is just getting started at the obfuscation, misdirection, obstruction and fabrication that have become the crown jewels in his administration.

“This has been a very flawed process from the very beginning,” he said. “I look forward to complete exoneration once all the facts surrounding this matter have been brought forth. In the meantime, I will remain focused on moving the city forward.”
This is not about a flawed process, as Kilpatrick claims, but of a very flawed person putting his own esteem ahead of the needs of everyone and everything else in his life. Does Kwame Kilpatrick know anyone that will not be hurt by drawing out this process? Will it help his city or his state?

No and no.

It is all about Kwame now, and by the look of things, it always has been.

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