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But while Ms. Fluke herself deserves the same basic respect we owe to any human being, her position — which is what’s at issue here — deserves none whatsoever.
Logical conclusion is: “pro-#44” cretins completely approve of C***’s, T***’s, attacks on kiddies with Downs Syndrome, Occupier’s gettin’ it on AND they absolutely adore Ms. 3.73 times a day
That fabulous commercial..Lemme’ see, how’d it go?
Oh Yeah: Baths/Showers over the last month- 3. Doin’ the DEED 3.73 times a day- You Betcha’. Incurable STD’s– Priceless!
by Ed Morrissey
This … is CNN.
OK “a chunk” of $11 million. Question 1. What exactly is or was the “chunk”. Question 2. If that “chunk’ is GONE, why is it “reportedly”? Question 3. “Potential loss of thousands of dollars”. Umm, again if the God Damn money is GONE, that’s “potential”? Of course, it IS DEETROIT. Forgot Dat Eric, He Gonna Get Right On Dat, Bro..
A chunk of an $11 million stimulus grant meant to provide low-income Detroit residents with clothing for job interviews reportedly aided just two people — far short of the 400 job-seekers the money was meant to help.
The 2009 grant in question was used to start a service center — which included among other features a call center for families in need and a clothing boutique.
However, the audit reportedly found the department did not safeguard the funding for that boutique, which was run by a contractor. According to the report, the contractor advanced nearly $150,000 to a city clothing store without involving the city government.
While the department was supposed to help 400 job-seekers with clothing between the fall of 2010 and 2011, the boutique instead came up with two documented cases where clients received clothing.
“The potential loss of thousands of dollars exists because controls have not been established for the boutique,” the audit said, according to The Detroit News.
The department reportedly has undergone heavy scrutiny since an internal probe was launched last year.
FILE – In this April 11, 2011 file photo, Virginia Tech President Charles Steger…