Okay…fine but I get sick of answering these questions.
Amber Lisa
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Really, comparing babies being thrown to alligator’s to what occurred in Flint, Michigan? OK, let’s take a look at that logic and see where it goes. When those babies were being thrown to the alligators, as you state, what party was doing the throwing? Now today we can dig into Flint. As this article will educate you on the ‘reality’ of how and why Flint’s water issue occurred. “Flint’s Democrat-dominated government did what Democrat-monopoly governments do in practically every city they control: It spent money as quickly as it could while at the same time carpet-bombing the tax base with inept municipal services, onerous regulations, high taxes, and the like. As a result of this, a bankrupt Flint entered into a state of receivership, meaning that an emergency manager — or emergency financial manager, depending upon Michigan’s fluctuating fiscal-emergency law — was appointed by state authorities and given power to supersede local elected officials.” Those local elected officials were Democrat; their policies crippled Flint to where Flint went bankrupt and had to receive outside help. Who was the ‘appointed’ helper? A “Democrat” Emergency Manager that had been appointed to the post by Republican governor, Rick Snyder. The contamination occured while Flint was under the authority of that emergency manager. And appearantly he was not the first Emergency Manager to have to deal with Flint and their unablness to get out of ‘their’ created fiscal emergency. As the article explains, “Before the appointment of the (Democratic) emergency manager, Flint’s elected mayor and city council (Democrats) had decided to sever the city’s relationship with its drinking-water supplier, which was at the time the Detroit water authority. Flint intended to join a regional water authority that would pipe water in from Lake Huron, a project that was scheduled to take three years to come online. In a fit of pique, Detroit (a city under unitary Democratic control) immediately moved to terminate Flint’s water supply, leaving the city high and literally dry. And where do you think the Democrat controlled Flint City council decided to get the towns water? “Darnell Earley, the Democrat who served as emergency manager… says that the decisions to terminate the Detroit deal and rely temporarily on the Flint River “were both a part of a long-term plan that was approved by Flint’s mayor, and confirmed by a City Council vote of 7–1 in March of 2013 — a full seven months before [Earley was appointed by Governor Snyder] as emergency manager.”

So blaming a Republican governor for what the Democrat City Council did to themselves and Flint isn’t going to work. “In sum: The Democratic government of a Democratic city destroys that city’s finances so thoroughly that it must go into state receivership; a Democratic emergency manager signs off on a consensus plan to use a temporary water source; the municipal authorities in that Democratic city responsible for treating and monitoring drinking water fail to do their job; a state agency whose employees work under the tender attention of SEIU Local 517 fails to do its job overseeing the local authorities; Barack Obama’s EPA, having been informed about the issue, keeps mum.” It wasn’t a Republican Governor that destroyed the drinking water of Flint but at least Snyder did take some responsibility for it, as he should being the Governor. So now let’s get back to what party was throwing those babies…

And where is your answer on the thousand of black law enforcement officers…Are they ‘racist’? http://www.nationalreview.com/article/430072/flint-leadwater-scandal-was-caused-democrats

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