Friday, June 02, 2017

Michigan Democrats say future of party in question

The Detroit Free Press reports:
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan offered a stinging rebuke to the Democratic Party on Thursday, warning that its disarray could give rise to a third national political party and that he was "so frustrated with the Hillary Clinton campaign, I could have screamed."

"They never articulated a vision for why there would be more opportunity for people willing to work hard and get new schools," he said. "Detroit is a lot of blue-collar folks, and they never could articulate why (people should choose them).

"'He's terrible. Vote against him,' Duggan said, citing the party's mantra against Donald Trump. "They left themselves vulnerable and look what happened.
Imagine that.