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    9 Out Of 10 And No Sunshine

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Sat Sep 07, 2013 at 11:04:58 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, 90%, Saul Anuzis, Cranial-Rectal-Inversion, RINO, OTR, Republicans, Principle, 25x25, NPV, Surgeons, Plumbers (all tags)

    Aside from selling out the country on 25x25, and a particular take on the national popular vote that would leave most states ENTIRELY powerless in the presidential election process, Saul can be pretty accurate on political issues.

    He notes that our governor is NO conservative, and his words make the argument that Snyder is a 'republican of convenience'. He argues a couple of other points however that I must disagree/partially disagree with.  Like many who aren't even as 'conservative' as he, he argues that the "RINOs" out there are the tea types who would bolt from the party if they don't get their way. I have seen it, and I don't like it either. The trouble is, that they are the ones who still hold 'republican values'.  And backing it up with the statement of "we agree 9 out of ten times .."?  

    Watch this OTR overtime (or not) with Saul then go below the fold

    (1 comment, 825 words in story) Full Story

    Q: How Can You Say You're Not Supporting It [NPV]?

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Fri May 18, 2012 at 11:00:34 AM EST
    Tags: Saul Abuse-us, Liar liar Pants on Fire, Deceitful slime, Still promoting NPV, Alinski tactics used on Rep McMillin, What Saul Brings to the GOP, NPV (all tags)

    *Language advisement for authors video description.

    Precinct Delegate Meeting May 10 2012 in Kalamazoo Caught on Camera!

    Published on May 12, 2012 by OURpage0o

    Start @ 2:20 to hear Saul Anuzis bullshit the audience. That was us shaking our heads he was talking about. Then the lady in the back calls him out on his bullshit. Now they're gonna have TSA at the state convention in Detriot. We got an email later saying "The party says "anyone who wants to be a state delegate is subject to search. Sickening--but no worse than what we put up with when we fly.
    Be calm, be patient, and be silent toward the state party. They've made it abundantly clear that they intend to violate every standard of impartiality."
    Stay calm while the TSA hand rapes you or violates you, THIS IS BULLSHIT, NOT RIGHT, NOT CONSTITUTIONAL!!!!!!!!!!

    Saul even said that he would vote for Ron Paul if he was winning, but according to him Romney's winning so that's who he's voting for. What does that say about him?

    Res ipsa loquitur

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    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Peace After This weekend?

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Thu May 17, 2012 at 10:38:34 AM EST
    Tags: NPV, "Dele-Gate" Saul Anuzis, National Committeeman, Dave Agema, Emails, Technology, Republicans, Discourse, Convention, Detroit (all tags)

    I haven't had a lot to say about Saul Anuzis other than that which needed to be said about the "Dele-Gate" scam.

    For that reason, and the NPV issue, I have decided I do not care much for Mr. Anuzis all that much.  The NPV thing, I have known about and did not consider it too awful until realizing how close it is to screwing over our country, (ever-vigilant, check) and leaving the decision of who our commander in chief will be to NY, and California voters pretty much by themselves.  The "Dele-Gate" thing was/is far worse in my view, and demonstrated the worst level of politics, and frankly makes the Mi GOP look simply corrupt going into the most important election of our lifetime.

    "Just a few bad apples," as they say.

    Yeah, we (this forum for the most part) supported Saul for the NRC top spot. And at the time for all we knew, we were right.  He is a likeable guy, understands the use of technology better than most, and knows the players.  After looking at Priebus and the NRC position on NPV, we should be thanking God for a solid denial of that goal.

    Elections matter as they say.  Even those inter party ones.

    And the convention events beginning tomorrow are bringing out Saul's 'tech' talents.  Perhaps even his true character? ~ Below the fold

    (8 comments, 1849 words in story) Full Story

    Later, Dick

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Tue May 08, 2012 at 09:16:40 PM EST
    Tags: TEA Party Movement, National Committeeman, Dave Agema, Jen Gratz, MCRI, Right, Conservatives must vote, MI-GOP Overhaul Required, Rockefeller Republicans, NPV, Soros, Saul Anuzis (all tags)

    Indiana TEA Partiers flush their career Senate RINO.

    via USA Today

    Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana was defeated in the state's Republican primary Tuesday, ending the 36-year career of a GOP elder statesman and handing the Tea Party movement its biggest upset victory so far in the 2012 elections.

    Lugar was ousted by State Treasurer Richard Mourdock, whose campaign against the veteran lawmaker was backed by conservative groups including the Tea Party Express, the anti-tax Club for Growth, the National Rifle Association, the Tea Party-aligned Freedom Works, and former Republican Alaska governor Sarah Palin.

    Rest here

    Love it.

    (1 comment) Comments >>

    Even The Regulars Can Be Wrong

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Sun May 06, 2012 at 01:12:05 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, MCRI, McCain, NPV (all tags)


    Fact is, Saul Anuzis once in a while used this forum to broadcast his theme of the day.  Most of us here have understood him to be at least moderately conservative, but the NPV issue, and the recent "dele-gate" scheme which casts a pall on his loyalties.  Is it conservatism, rule of law or the self serving allure of power and money which drives him?  I don't live in his head, so I'll make no absolute statement as to what motivates him, but I've seen enough to know I wouldn't keep him around influencing our party beyond the term he now serves.

    But in all fairness, it seems one of our community members and regular poster ought to have his say, right?:

    "Part of it is loyalty. Saul and I go back years, long before I had the blog. His brother took me under his wing when I was a rookie in politics back when he was county chair, and IMO one of the best we've had. However the biggest thing is when push comes to shove, Saul will do what he thinks is right."
    What is "right?" What he THINKS is right?

    That's an easy out.  Its like saying "he believes what he thinks."

    Sorry RM, if you want to say "he taught me everything I know", I get it.  Maybe even "I like him."

    What I would like however, is if you are going to talk about what he thinks is right, then perhaps I would ask, "do you agree?"

    More below.

    (3 comments, 594 words in story) Full Story

    Anuzis The Core Of The Problem?

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Fri Mar 02, 2012 at 10:33:49 AM EST
    Tags: "DELE-GATE", Michigan, Schostak, Primary, Presidential, Saul Anuzis, Credentials Committee, Corruption, NPV (all tags)

    One thing that has not gone unnoticed by the grassroots Republicans and conservatives is that Saul Anuzis is the GOP guy who seems to be solely responding to the questions about the DeleGATE Change in Michigan.

    Mike Cox, the CHAIR of the credentials committee isn't doing it.  In fact, the former attorney general of Michigan has been pretty clear where he stands on the issue.

    "I supported Mitt, but the vote was clearly wrong. It's kind of like Third World voting. We published rules and then we voted to change the rules."
    And even more quotes are available essentially saying the same thing.

    Mr Cox an attorney, also joined by Eric Doster, the Counsel for the Michigan GOP voted NO to changing the rules on Wednesday night, with regard to delegate assignment.  Even Holly Hughes is reported as saying she disagrees with the rules change.

    Those who voted FOR?  Bobby Schostak, Sharon Wise, and Bill Runco all voting for the change appear to have more of a silence following them.  The last of the "gang of four", Saul Anuzis is the most heard, and continues to defend it as if it is a matter of life and death.  Its as if it is his baby.  His creation.  HIS work.

    I believe it is.

    In fact, one Tea Party leader I have spoken to says it is a "test case" for NPV.  A way that Saul can see if reassigning delegates can be done through further "weighting" of population heavy counties like Oakland.

    Continued below.

    (5 comments, 454 words in story) Full Story

    NPV Whackjobs Still At It.

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Thu Nov 03, 2011 at 02:00:05 PM EST
    Tags: NPV, National Popular Vote, Stupid Ideas, Electoral College, Republicans, Elections Committee, Soros, Progressives, Socialists, Constitution (all tags)

    The price of liberty as has been said, is "eternal vigilance."

    Never turn your back on the enemy.  Especially if the end result of all their efforts is to relieve you of your part in the decision making process.  The electoral college, as well as the establishment of the Senate was designed to protect state's interests in the face of ever wavering "POPULAR OPINION".  The masses as we see all too often with reactionary effect respond to media driven impulses.

    And media as we have known it can no longer be trusted.

    It has become heavily manipulated by leftists with wads of cash. Like JON SOROS (George Soro's Son):

    "The Constitution is no longer in line with our expectations regarding the role of the people in selecting the president.  ... Under the proposed National Popular Vote compact, state legislatures would agree to choose electors who promise to support the winner of the nationwide popular vote."

    Which would have meant Al Gore in 2000.

    Soros has bankrolled the NPV movement, and we have Republicans in this state who actually think its a good idea.

    That AlGore should have won?

    Let that sink in, and go below.

    (34 comments, 671 words in story) Full Story

    No NPV

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Aug 29, 2011 at 08:51:09 AM EST
    Tags: NPV, Governors, Perry, Boehner, McConnell, Anuzis, National Popular Vote, Electoral College, Presidential Selection (all tags)

    Republican leadership in the United States house and the Senate and apparently Rick Perry have drafted a letter to the governors regarding popular vote.

    The letter is very clear about the protections afforded smaller states with regard to the electoral college.  It also touches on the spawning of the recent movement trying to advance NPV. The letter is in support of the electoral college as it is.  In fact as it concludes:

    "It Underscores the importance of federalism to the founders and it embodies the balance they aimed to achieve through deference to states with smaller populations and by insuring that the interest of these states be reflected in national decision-making."

    Sorry Saul, and/or any others who wish to join with the progressive left on such a reckless abuse of our presidential selection process.

    Ain't gonna happen.

    Image of the document below the line.

    (5 comments, 149 words in story) Full Story

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