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    Tag: DyNASTY

    No Respect

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Wed Mar 13, 2013 at 12:28:02 PM EST
    Tags: Gotta be a joke, DyNASTY, GOPe, Senate, 2014, Bobby Schostak, SB-992, Sharon Wise, Saul Anuzis, ex post facto rules changes, memory holes, 11th District Republican Star Chamber, Michigan Banana Republican Party, Wayne County Business Development Corporation, John Rakolta Jr (all tags)

    "I looked up my family tree and found three dogs using it" - Rodney Dangerfield

    Here we go again in Michigan.

    Ronna Romney McDaniel, granddaughter of former Michigan Gov. George Romney, said she's "looking at" a Republican run for Senate after Democrat Carl Levin announced he's not going to seek re-election. She was an active campaigner for her uncle Mitt Romney last year.

    "It's something I'm going to consider (after) what I saw around the state with how frustrated people were with what's happening in D.C.," Romney McDaniel, 39, told The Detroit News Tuesday night. "Maybe this is a time where we can bring a new voice and get a Republican senator from our state."

    What's happening in DC?  Career hack politicos getting by, or surviving on last name recognition, and a disinterested electorate because we know both sides of the Ruling Class are lying to us.  

    Her father, Scott Romney, Mitt's older brother, told The News that after initially considering a run he has decided against a bid for the seat held for more than three decades by Levin, D-Detroit.

    "I decided it just wasn't right for me at this time," Scott Romney [at age 71] said.

    Instead, he phoned his daughter Tuesday to urge her to consider.

    Wait for it...  {yawn}

    Is this the 52-48 ShowStak Brand rearing its ugly head?  Maybe the CD-11 Star Chamber making their move, again?  Frankly, I could care less about either - MiGOP record of Romney failure: Lenore (1970), Ronna née Rakolta (94 & 96), G. Scott (AG '98), and Willard (08 & 12).  Some folks just can't seem to take a hint.   Sure, Ronna Romney McDaniel (I hate that weird progressive last name thing) may be a nice person, but is one whose only accomplishments to date is being a Northville mother of 2, and managing her uncle's campaign that abandoned Michigan, but equipped with genitalia for the Politically Correct bogus War on Wimmin's.

    Between the Bush dynasty, and Romney wannabes, the Team R interlopers are beginning to make the Kennedy clan look like pikers among the last name entitlement leeches.

    Good luck with that.

    (3 comments) Comments >>


    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sat Mar 09, 2013 at 07:17:17 AM EST
    Tags: DyNASTY, Gotta be a joke, Senate, 2014, Bobby Schostak, Sharon Wise, Saul Anuzis, ex post facto rules changes, memory holes, Karma runs over ones own Dogma?, Mmmm .. Coooouuuuld be, One Term Nerd (all tags)

    As in, oldtimer magic underpants.

    The older brother of presidential candidate Mitt Romney is interested in running for the Michigan Senate seat being vacated by Carl Levin in 2014.

    A state GOP official said Friday that Scott Romney, 71, is exploring his options with potential supporters. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to speak publicly about specific candidates.

    An attorney, Scott Romney lost the 1998 nomination for attorney general at the Michigan Republican Party's convention. One of his ex-wives, Ronna, ran for the Senate in 1996 but lost to Levin.

    Just like that damn Bush dynasty with Jeb now flitting about, these clowns living on last name entitlement just can't take a hint.  Romney = Still trying in Michigan ever since daddy George created the State Income Tax

    Um, no.  No to everything seen the above.

    (4 comments) Comments >>

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