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Tag: Free Press
By JGillman, Section News
The Ivory Tower this morning has one of the most complete pieces on the Fake Tea Party Fiasco to date.
More information, more interviews, and an easier to follow trail to the Democrats. Including the following:
The Free Press found:
The article mentions reporters getting tossed from Mark Steffek's property, the multiple fraudulently filled out affidavits, and an ongoing grand jury investigation. Add to this a complete and utter denial by Democrat party puppeteer Mark Brewer and would be ballot guard Jocelyn Benson, that they had any connection to the entire attempted vote stealing affair.
Kudos to the Ivo.. umm Free Press and its crack reporting on this.
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By conservativefox, Section News
The Detroit Free Press had a very interesting bio piece on Rick Snyder this morning. I'm surprised I'm the first commenting on it (my guess is the Snyder's camp will not be sending this story around).
Below is a passage every conservative needs to read, it's from the bottom of the story so I cut/pasted it below:
"He [Rick Snyder] supports using human embryos to create stem cells for medical research. He favors government recognition of rights for gay and lesbian couples much like those accorded married couples. He opposed the ban on race and gender preferences approved by Michigan voters in 2006."
After reading that, begs to question.... what party is Rick Snyder a part of, because those are NOT the ideals of the Republican Party.
Full story: Ex-Gateway CEO weighs a run for governor
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