Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Telling the Truth of Sorts

Well, Kwame apparently is going to tell the truth. Someone reports hearing the word "dynamism"? We'll have to catch the tapes of the coverage to find out for sure. Congratulations to Hansen Clarke, you worked hard and brought a fresh perspective to the race without a thought of division, do not give up and do not give up fighting. This said, the fight has just begun. There is no way to know for sure what shall happen in the future.

Channel 7:
"I definitely don't give up, because I'm from the EastSide...It wasn't just the alcohol that calmed me down..." You inspired us and raised awareness, for that we cannot forget, not sure what the deal with the alcohol comment is though!

"...The people overthrow city hall!" Not such a bad idea my friend.

The above quotes are from Hansen himself.

Everyone knew Freman was going to win this one. Kwame has his burned out building billboards. Sharon was non-existent and talked of "re-populating" with police or something. The others just threw their hats in the ring for ego and hope. Whoever wins the elections, the people and businesses of Detroit must stand up and be the true power. At least Hansen had something fairly original to say and we applaud that. This will be the only mayoral political message you will hear from DetroitBazaar from now on(unless something really crazy happens). We know the outcome, do we know ourselves? If anything came of this primary, it is that the elected work for you, not the other way around! Kwame and Freman are deeply included no matter what. Even if you didn't vote, know you are the barrier between tyranny and freedom.

Peace and Light from Will at DetroitBazaar.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just hope Hendrix isnt one of those Democrats thats just intrested in giving handouts. As a student at Wayne who owns his own RE developement company, I'm disgusted by the red tape I have to go through to get the city to subsidize lanscaping of the city neighborhoods making it easier for me to get financing to renovate buildings.BTW what a great site and keep it up!

Lassal Inungu
The Neighborhood RE-Developers LLC

8/04/2005 11:22:00 AM  
Blogger DetroitBazaar said...

Thank you for the comment Lassal, unfortunately in my opinion the problems run a bit deeper than one mayor. The truth will become evident when the elixir of lower taxes and less red tape become a reality directly from the businesses and good people who make Detroit home by choice. It is a choice and a government that supposedly represents real people has to realize this. I once talked to a former city planner who told me the biggest hinderance to business is indeed the red tape. All I hear from the city's ill advised propaganda machinery are catchy phrases like "have pride in your city... thus, have pride in yourself..." That's about the worst thing a representative can say to individuals. It is obvious politicians have forgotten simple rules of the power given to them- no matter what party or cause they are affiliated with.

Thanks again and peace to you,
Will at DetroitBazaar, LLC

8/06/2005 03:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The world is watching you r sillie sendences and grammer. You says to uss you done blzed sum traile ? this is bolder than bowling a stryke in bassebll wout an arm. sseee yourslfs in z spotlight as one of the originels


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