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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
My friend Denny, has an ongoing weekly selection of trophy winners. Rightmichigan now has its first Officially declared trophy winner selection. Unfortunately, in Michigan, it goes to someone allegedly on The Right who habitually demonstrates when a politician outlives his usefulness.
Yes, let's steer the conversation as to "not offend" the Fiegers, and the Levins of Michigan, because you were, yet again, Above the Law. Congratulations, Babbling Brooksie. You are A$$hole Of The Week.
Ps. Brooksie, you're also reason #5,962.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
I have yet to figure out how/if Oakland Co plans to spin their way out of not issuing Patterson, and his chauffeur, a retired double-dipping State Trooper tickets for not wearing their seat belts, via The Detroit News
The Oakland County executive and the two drivers involved weren't wearing seat belts, police said Monday.
Could face traffic citation? WTF? It's either Rule of Law, or call the whole system in Oakland Co a Wild West free for all. At this point, all I know is that if I were the driver of the Passat, I'd be on the horn with one of the legalese merchants that's well versed in modified comparative negligence seeing that the prosecutor and the police involved still have their collective thumb up their ass on a cut-n-dry seat belt matter involving their Dear Leader.
Hmmm, as an aside let's see now... pushing the DIA Tax .. targeting the only Republican on the CD-11 ballot with a costly primary, Big Government "write-in" smearing crony...
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