We’re going on a few years now talking about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Mr. Rick Snyder is still Governor; the water is still a poison brown in color—and apparently still causing rashes (according to citizens) when used to bathe in.
I recently read an article by Lucy Tiven that talks about Governor Snyder blocking free water coming to Flint. My questions are: Why is he still governor? And Why is Flint still Flint?
In my opinion, this water situation should have been over, done and finished no more than a month after it was discovered to be a problem. Flint should not still be known for the city with the disastrous water problem. By now, it should have been Read More