Commentary: When the law is an ass

There are 1 comment on the Michigan Radio story from Jul 12, 2012, titled Commentary: When the law is an ass. In it, Michigan Radio reports that:

If you need proof that our system is sometimes irrational, consider this: Westland, a mostly blue-collar Wayne County community of about 80,000 people, is short of cash, like most cities these days.

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#1 Jul 12, 2012
There has to be a way around spending endless amounts of cash for meaningless things such as this example. Even if amendments r needed. Detroit is now the poorest large city in USA and the suburbs may be right behind it if citizens keep electing same people that hire others to do their dirty work. Don't worry about others regions of the country. Our own region is and has been in turmoil and aggressive plans need to be enacted to get corruption out of these boring local politics once and for all whether it be Law enforcement or leaders of city county or state.

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