Grosse Pointe Farms had an election. Candidates said that they wanted to represent taxpayers. Winners raised their hand and swore to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America Ñ to defend representative government.
Then came the first important council vote. Five of the seven council members became social engineers. They voted to spend $50,000 of taxpayer money for their social interest groups. This vote must not stand. It's socialism. It must be reversed.
It's an honor to represent the taxpayers of Grosse Pointe Farms. If council members are not going to represent taxpayers, they really don't belong on the council.