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Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's Poll numbers looking BAD!

Is this even remotely surprising? Kwame's poll numbers look embarrassingly low. Check out this quote from the Free Press:

"People certainly do not want to re-elect this mayor," said Cliff Zukin, a political science professor at Rutgers University, after viewing the poll. "It's not just negative opinion, there's intensity of negative opinion."

Intensity of negative opinion? Come on people, don't let them talk about Yall's boy like that! (Yup, I am going to milk this video for all it's worth)Kwame and his Mommy Video

Some interesting figures:

More than half of respondents -- 57% -- gave Kilpatrick an unfavorable rating.
Asked to name Kilpatrick's biggest accomplishment, 29% of respondents said nothing; 22% said they were undecided or didn't know.

And comments like these:

Concerns about Kilpatrick's character remain among the mayor's greatest problems. Respondents listed morals, character, image, immaturity, nepotism, scandals, personal problems and abuse of power among Kilpatrick's biggest failures.

Clearly this stems from his recent issues with his Credit Cards and the lease of the Lincoln Navigator for his wife with city funds. (A great vehicle by the way. Please hurry to your local Lincoln Dealer!)

President Clinton must be sick! He has once again been mentioned in the same article as Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.

"Fall on the sword and admit that he did those things; get over it like Bill Clinton had to get over it," Sarpolus said. "Then make the hard decisions," he said, referring to the budget.

Don't fret though, we still have months of entertainment ahead. Kwame's Team is already throwing mud on his opponents. From Brian Dickerson's article:

"You're invited to meet Freman Hendrix!" the greeting-card-size envelope said. Inside, in lieu of the promised invitation, recipients found a slick but anonymous attack ad insinuating that Hendrix leveraged his position under former Mayor Dennis Archer to score a sweet mortgage deal and a cushy job for his sister.

I find this very amusing, since Kwame has been accused of much bigger transgressions during his last term. I just can't wait for the real fireworks to start.
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2:41 PM

heres a good video on kwame    

11:04 AM

Go figure, a city dumb enough to reelect criminal scum Coleman Young over and over would mind Kwame siphoning off a hefty share.

I hope Kilpatrick sneaks thru, Detroit deserves him. His screwups are very entertaining.

Detroit is a full toilet that needs to be flushed.

BTW, his mother, that screeching idiot in the video is my elected congressional representative.
We get her due to gerrymandering after the last election. Motivates me to vote anyway, against her of course.

-Wyandotte Republican    

1:18 AM

Checkout the Party At The Manoogian song if you haven’t heard it,This is a funny song that was played on the Gregg And Michelle show 97.1, well until Gregg got fired!

Check it out. on the download page ” Party At THe Manoogian “,

I got it from Gregg Hensons site.    

11:29 AM

I agree with the Rebublican who said " Detroit is a full toilet that needs to be flushed" I left the City of Detroit when Detroiters Re-Elected that ARROGANT CROOK back in office. Its sad that the citizens of Detroit dont understand politics...its sad that Detroiters are more into what looks and sounds good rather than the truth...Kwames not fit to be a mayor. I thought after he was re elected he could be the Man/Mayor he needed to be be, but afraid not. He still hasnt realized not only does he need to bridge the gap between the city and burbs, but the city of Detroit itself. Half the citizens want him and the other half hates him. This term was he chance to show the city/country his potential. Guess he did! My family and will NEVER return to Detroit to live as long as he's in office and the country will continue to laugh @ us the more mess he causes!    

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