Friday, October 11, 2013

Left the Victims to Clean Up the Mess

Government leaders stripped the economic motor — business — out of Motor City, and there was nothing left but a burned-out chassis. And the real victims were those who didn’t have the means to flee — who didn’t have the ability to escape Detroit’s slow-motion suicide.
In 1999, 34.8 percent of Detroit’s children lived in poverty. A staggering 60 percent of its children live in poverty today. They are stuck in a dysfunctional city, with little hope of escaping the maze of federal programs that run their lives.

The government elites make the messes, and those with resources leave to find a better option.  The ones left to clean the mess are the ones with no options.  Thank you government.

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