The Pardu

Flint: A Cesspool of Republicanism

In Flint Michigan, GOP cost measures kill, http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post, Michigan Governance, Rick Snyder, water as poison, Your GOP on January 21, 2016 at 12:10 PM

“We can’t shortchange basic services to people.” President Obama.  I suggest the president’s progressive inner core and paradigm is not shared by most in the Republican Party.

  
  
Third and sixth images above linked to critical reads (Click the image).

Flint michigan water crisis .cnn
http://www.cnn.com/video/api/embed.html#/video/us/2016/01/21/flint-michigan-water-crisis-ganim-dnt-ac.cnn
There days ago NBC published a timeline of the Flint Poisoning.

In March of 2013, A local Michigan media outlet published the following piece.

Local Democrats: Detroit emergency manager appointment a ‘hostile takeover’ by Gov. Rick Snyder

March 21, 2013 at 11:25 AM, updated March 21, 2013 at 11:28 AM

SAGINAW, MI — Twenty-one elected officials from across Michigan have joined with the state Democratic Party in calling Gov. Rick Snyder’s appointment of an emergency manager in Detroit a “hostile takeover” of local government. 
Snyder announced on March 1 that Detroit had been determined to be in a state of financial emergency and later named former bankruptcy attorney Kevyn Orr as an emergency manager tasked with restructuring debt and reorganizing government in Michigan’s largest city.
Read more linked above

Republicanism is a serious danger to the greater society.  We have an election in the fall of this year. 

 “Remember Flint.”

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