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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Snyder Administration Still Screwing Over Farmers

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 at 04:28:43 PM EST
    Tags: Feral Administration, Rick SNyder, One Term Nerd, Tyranny, Michigan, Invasive Species, Pigs, Swine, Bakers, Small Farms, Hormel, DNR, Regulations, Orders, Paper Pushers (all tags)

    The title says it all.

    You can believe the well produced propaganda piece on Michigan's new-found prosperity, OR you can observe what has been happening to the men and women and families that feed us.  No amount of Rah-Rah for right to work (which I support tremendously) and budgets done on time can take away the rotten stink of tyranny that comes through our state's administrative efforts. As far as the bureaucratic 'rule makers' are concerned, the peasantry is far to pitiful to fear, except for a few trouble makers.

    A few troublemakers, merely following tradition by doing what generations have done to make the country healthy and prosperous. Farmers, who like any other business that must inevitably deal with an onslaught of government intrusion into their affairs, making a mockery of presumed prophylactic and protective measures for the public good. Family Farmers, like other mom and pop business ventures who have had the oxygen sucked out of their existence by expansive government till they fall one by one.

    Veteran Mark Baker of Baker's Green Acres is the equivalent of today's canary-in-the-coal-mine that is Michigan.  Except THIS bird isn't dying to tell you the oxygen has left the premises.

    His words are straight up and easy to understand.

    Snyder inherited this issue from the former governor.  When he was elected by a minority of Republicans, and faced a loonytunes SOB in the general "hired", there was a clear warning that this could hurt Michigan families, yet he ignored it.

    Rick Snyder's office needs daily calls, and to be sure, he needs to be a One Term Nerd.

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    A Real, Viable Solution (none / 0) (#1)
    by TiredIronTim on Sun Oct 13, 2013 at 07:02:57 PM EST
    Rick Snyder, for all intents and purposes- is the problem. Not just in the case of family farmers being singled out for attack and persecution the way Mark Baker is, but the other 10 million citizens of Michigan as well.

    So how do we stop this ego maniac?

    In less than 1 yr, primary elections for both parties will be paid for by the citizens, and some of them will even participate in them. Incumbents are most vulnerable during primary elections due to low voter turnout, and no amount of money can completely prevent that.

    In the case of Rick Snyder, he's especially vulnerable because of his lack of popularity with Democrats upset about FTW, and both Conservatives AND moderates disgusted with him about Medicaid expansion and a host of other issues, and most importantly, the fact that Democrats can cross over and vote for a Republican in the primaries.

    And so, anyone who wanted to dethrone King Snyder has to simply challenge him- as a Republican, in the GOP primary, get the Conservative grass roots support, and let the Democrats do the rest.

    Most assuredly, they will gladly accept the King's head on a platter, make sure his well-funded incumbent ass is soundly defeated by their Democrat minions crossing over to vote for his challenger, and then assume with high likelihood their front runner wins the general election.

    Who's willing to take one for the team?

    I would strongly consider it, but I'm currently investigating a primary challenge to an especially slimy sitting state senator.

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