Not as bad as Detroit, but not good

Not as bad as Detroit, but not good

There are 21 comments on the The Day story from Aug 4, 2013, titled Not as bad as Detroit, but not good. In it, The Day reports that:

While the nation focused last month on Detroit going bankrupt, some interesting tales arose from three of Connecticut's major cities.

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Waterbury, CT

#24 Aug 9, 2013
LynneB wrote:
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Exactly! And it's been this way for YEARS.
so when is it gonna end? Obama got elected TWICE.
therefore the tired old line of "brother can't get a break" should of ended with that. brother has shown that with hard work and perseverance you make your own breaks, not that he has any idea of what he's doing..........
but that's besides the point. we are all responsible and accountable of the choices we make in life. when is this group going to be held to the light for their own choices and stop whining.

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