A(nother) Great Cartoon
Courtesy of Mother Goose and Grimm
I am a college graduate who earns his living working as an hourly on a factory floor. I have found that I prefer this to retail management and customer service, which I have also done though admittedly it does not pay as well. I am a Bible Believing Christian and politically I am center-right. This is just a place where I share my thoughts on anything that catches my mind.
He has proven management abilities, and as a businessman in an extraordinarily tough and competitive industry, he has learned how to cut waste and operate efficiently.
That will be particularly useful, considering that three audits released last week found city departments can't account for tens of million of dollars in spending and revenue.
City Hall needs a thorough housecleaning, best delivered by someone whose independence is unquestionable.
Bing promises to focus on creating jobs; something he's actually done in the city.
He has invested his own money in economic development in Detroit, rebuilding the neighborhood around his steel plant and beginning a housing project on the riverfront.I concur that, as far as I can tell, he is the bestl choice. He is probably best known for being a the sole bright spot on the floor of those days when the Pistons were lovable losers rather than a respectable team. His real success however is as a businessman. I wish more professional athletes (and other entertainers) would do what this man did; take his money and invest it in businesses that create jobs.