Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Ford Jr.'s comments about Millen popular topic in Detroit

  • At last, Ford Jr. goes public with it -- Free Press columnist Michael Rosenberg
  • Lions' Williams, Hanson weigh in on Millen situation -- George Sipple's blog
  • Ford Jr. said it, but he didn’t say it all -- Free Press columnist Mitch Albom
  • Ford Sr. turns deaf ear to dissent -- Free Press columnist Drew Sharp
  • Lions fans owed answers, Mr. Ford -- Detroit News columnist Rob Parker
  • Ford Jr. is right, Millen should walk away from Lions -- Detroit News columnist Bob Wojnowski

    And if it isn't bad enough for the folks in Detroit, they receive a shot from an Arizona Republic front page headline in Tuesday's paper. The news story is about a report out that lists the greenest cities in the country. It appears to be the ultimate slap in the face for a city to be listed behind the Motor City.

    The newspaper reports: "Portland came in first; Phoenix was No. 32, dropping 10 places from its ranking just two years ago. Adding more insult to injury: Detroit has topped Phoenix as the more "sustainable" municipality, having jumped 12 places to claim the 31st spot." Jeez, the Arizona Cardinals open the season at 2-1 and the folks out there apparently get a chip on their shoulder.
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