March 13, 2008

Detroit mayor sees support diminishing


The Washington Times
The walls continue to crumble for embattled Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who is under increasing pressure to resign over his role in a police whistleblower settlement scandal that many say is paralyzing the already struggling city.

Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, a Republican, was the latest high-profile critic to call for Mr. Kilpatrick's resignation, telling a Detroit radio station today that the mayor, a Democrat, is a liar who lost the public trust in using the race card at a Tuesday night State of the City speech.

"It was race-baiting on par with David Duke and George Wallace — all to save his political career," Mr. Cox said in an interview on talk-radio station WJR–AM.


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