At the Michigan Supreme Court in Lansing, it's real "na, na, na, na, nah," time where normally staid justices are acting like out-of-control high schoolers in the cafeteria.
The Great Lakes state is sliding down a slippery slope with auto and supplier plants closing and with the positive attitude about a negative ten.
The Detroit News records the whole sordid affair on the court that makes us look like some country struggling with the practice of democracy.
The state of Michigan is in need of some real leadership. It's not getting it now.