Tuesday, March 12, 2013

3.12.13 Bee-otch of the Day: Kwame Kilpatrick

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Name: Kwame Kilpatrick
Age: 42
Occupation: jailbird
Last Seen: Detroit, MI
Bee-otched For: going to spend a lotta time behind bars
Looks like one of the most-corrupted mayors in American history is going to spend at least the next ten years behind bars.

Kwame Kilpatrick has been found guilty of racketeering; running a criminal empire while running the city of Detroit. The jury determined that the ex-mayor bribed and took kickbacks all in the expense of the city's taxpayers, 24 out of 30 charges.

Kilpatrck ran a very lavish life as Detroit mayor while helping to run the city so far into the ground that now, the state may end up appointing an emergency manager to control the forever-ailing city's finances. Some now fear that the man Governor Rick Snyder has in mind just might be a white person, making him the first white leader Detroit has had in over 40 years.

As mayor, Kilpatrick accepted everything from vacations to luxury vehicles all in the behest of taxpayers. Two other men, father Bernard Kilpatrick and friend Bobby Furguson were also convicted in aiding to Kilpatrick's lifestyle.

Detroit has had one of the worst raps of any city for too many years. Some cry that it needs a white mayor, but with an 85% black population, the city will end up more corrupt if that were to happen. Personally, I think Dennis Archer was one of the best mayors the city has had in 40 years, giving the city new stadiums, casinos and jobs. Kwame accomplished nothing as mayor except run the city into the ground to the point that now, we all will have to pay the price.

Kwame, don't drop the soap.

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