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April 09, 2009

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If I am not mistaken, David Jaye fell victim to the kind of term limits that Jack Lessenberry likes; Jaye was mostly humiliated in the press, and then a mostly literate, informed electorate ended Jaye's political career by electing his opponent.

What is so confounding to the residents "in Grand Rapids or Holland, in Flushing or even some leafy southeastern suburb," (as Jack writes) is that that form of electoral correction seems to be completely lacking in the City of Detroit.

Someone please explain.

David Jaye was expelled by the Senate with only one dissenting vote.

Whenever a white person or white pundit claims "this is not about race"...I know now it is ....

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