Thursday, October 10, 2013

Kwame Goes Down!


As packs of wild dogs roam the once thriving streets of America's Motor City, former Detroit Mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, has been sentenced to 28 years in the slammer.

Dog Pack

An estimated 50,000 dogs run wild in the streets of Detroit, abandoned by their owners and free to run through a city that's fast reverting to the wilderness from which it came. Now bankrupt, the nation's former automotive capitol is an urban wasteland of abandoned homes, blighted blocks and empty highways, with the few citizens that remain living in fear of savage dogs, crackheads and corrupt politicians.

Free Kwame

Part of the blame falls at the shackled feet of one-time Mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, a rising political star who sank beneath a sea of old-skool graft and coke-fueled parties at his mayoral mansion. 

Well Done, Government

Judge Nancy Edmunds, who handed down the lengthy jail term, accused the Kwame administration of "devastating corruption" and stated that "That way of doing government is over."

Get it On

Well you never know. 

I like Detroit but I don't see it "coming back." Sorry, hipsters.


1 comment:

Third News said...

Speaking of making a comeback, all things are possible after a Presidential pardon.

I'm guessing you may not bet, nor fool enough to do so, but I'm predicting 25 years of his sentenced time will be spent in his own home