Saturday, November 19, 2011

World class transportation for a third world city
According to Sen. Carl Levin, Detroit “deserves a world-class transportation system.” Detroit has spent decades driving out businesses and residents with punitive taxes, bureaucratic nightmares, failing schools, public corruption, and high crime rates. Third world cities don’t deserve world-class transportation systems especially one funded and maintained by taxpayers.

[Letter to the Editor - The Detroit News. Submitted 11/19/2011.]

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