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    Tag: Positions

    While we are at it..

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Thu Apr 28, 2011 at 10:24:42 PM EST
    Tags: State Representatives, Senate, Michigan, Labor, Right-To-Work, RTW, Contact, Positions, Tea Party, polling (all tags)

    While I work on some background information, I thought I would touch base with those of you who hide the computer for the weekends.  I really have a bit of a major writing project coming up that will put our new found conservative majority's will to a test.  To do so, I still need to hear from a bunch of you.

    Catch your Michigan State Rep or Michigan State Senator during their local office hours, and ask them whether they are For neutral or against RTW.

    As I mentioned in another post,I want to know who we will be beating over the head with TRUE conservative love going forward.

    Right now, I have a small request.

    Call (Or Email, Write) your Michigan State Representative, AND your Michigan State Senator.  Ask them if they support Right-To Work, Are Neutral, Oppose it, or 'other'.  Calling may be the quickest way, and the assistants, and legislative aides often have their positions available.  Be sure to offer your support for the record too!  Of course be courteous if they disagree, but do not be afraid to strongly assert your position of support for FULL RTW legislation (no Zones)for Michigan.  Let them know they could be heroes rather than zeroes.

    THEN email me the results to: This particular email account  I want to get an idea of who in Lansing is willing to put the state's welfare over a perceived political hot button issue.

    The emails I have received so far, show the left as unrepentant and out of touch as always, but Republicans overall are a mix of support and uncertainty. Unfortunately, it seems there are some Reps who are "not certain its the right time."

    "When would be the right time?" I would have to ask.  Under what circumstance would the stars be so aligned, that the squishy souls of our REPUBLICANs in power are willing to step out from their protective cages?

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