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Tag: First Congressional District Republicans: you're being played a fool
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Was just perusing the "all the views fit to distort" section of The Detroit News, and happened to come across an item that needs to be filed away in the "keep your friends close - your enemies closer" folder, with a copy of same in the "campuscrat indoctrinated are dense" folder too.
Romney Republicans needed
Ya, that's the ticket. All Hail the Squishy Democrat-lite! Yes, Dennis, push the father of the EPA, or the father of the State Income Tax. Pray tell, Mr. "Republican consultant," exactly how many Democrats do you wish to elect with every establishment-gamed safe Moderate that's run up the flagpole to only receive the one-fingered salute? Winning stratagem, kid. And another thing, exactly how stupid do you think We the People are with those on the alleged Right now using The Left's terminology? Extremist = TEA movement. Concerned folks aren't stupid enough to not notice this.
Good Lord! Milliken, and Romney, are the Liberal Rockefeller Extremists of the GOP. That's why the Republicans lose to Democrats. Bill Milliken, was such an abject failure as governor that Jim Blanchard, actually appealed to voters as a good idea. George Romney, instead of trimming waste from the state budget, he pushed the State Income Tax through, and the expansion of Lansing government has never stopped. Then, George went on to be a national tool of The Left with mocking then Gov. Reagan, and aiding with the defeat of Barry Goldwater, of which, was always the goal of the Rockefeller Family.
OABTW - meet the real, Leonard Page...
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