Skip to comments.Detroit Free Press Copy Editor/Blogger Vandalizes New Bridge
Posted on 05/10/2010 2:42:50 PM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
This item will not be filed under "Mother's Day Role-Modeling Behavior."
In this story, it's hard to figure out what's more outrageous: The willful defacement of property -- in this case, a brand-new $5 million pedestrian bridge by an alleged adult in her mid-40s who is the mother of a teenaged son -- or the near non-reaction to wanton vandalism perpetrated in broad daylight by her and others on what is supposed to be a source of pride in Detroit.
Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2010/05/09/detroit-free-copy-editor-blogger-vandalizes-new-bridge#ixzz0nZ6trVtl
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
"I did it. If you see a person with a green pen ... dressed in black slacks and a red top, that's me. I was excited about the event and wanted to put my name on it."
Jackson eventually put away the marker and said "Oh, I guess I shouldn't be doing this," the tape showed. As a blogger, she has written about her efforts as a mom to raise her 16-year-old son and encourage citizens to be more patient and civil.
Detroit is such a fine example to the rest of the country
Less than a day? Gee. What took 'em so long?
In the City of Unemployment and Abandoned Buildings, one of the few employed individuals abuses public property.
Well, at least they haven’t burned it down yet.
Ask me why no one wants to live in Detroit, and why no one wants people from Detroit in their neighborhood.
Liberals are idiots. You can’t make savages civil by giving them nice things.
I seem to remember a bible verse about pearls and swine.
Flame away, all your FReepin’ racists. ;)
Just to be clear......as we all know, it is not race, it is culture.
“I didn’t get nothin’. I had to pay 50 dollars and pick up the trash.”
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