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    Tag: Representative

    My Platform

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Dec 13, 2011 at 01:08:05 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Platform, Nightmare to Progressives, Governor, Senate, Representative, Legislature, Lansing, Detroit, Schools, Taxes, Immigration, Republicans, Welfare, Manufacturing, ObamacareLight Rail (all tags)

    Steal it.

    I have decided to state my election platform for 2014 if I run for anything at all.

    I am not exactly sure which office I should seek, but there is certainly enough here to encourage from our current elected officials.  Talk is really cheap it seems, but if we can move the levers we'll be better for it, and substantive change cannot come from a legislature or governor that has somehow embraced so much of what they despised under the previous Governor. Unless they continue to despise it.

    It seems that a crap sandwich tastes better when prepared by Republicans, if one was to look through such things as raised taxes on Gas, Obamacare exchanges, Light Rail, or DRIC/NICT issues.

    Below the line you can take it or leave it.  That is what I am about.

    (8 comments, 760 words in story) Full Story

    Senator, would you please remove the knife from my back?

    By tdemott, Section News
    Posted on Tue Nov 15, 2011 at 12:32:12 AM EST
    Tags: Activism, Legislature, Michigan, Senate, Representative (all tags)

    Deception, betrayal, and dishonesty.

    These are the traits displayed by a majority of Senate Republicans who voted to implement ObamaCare in Michigan.

    On Tuesday, the Senate Health Policy committee passed legislation necessary to bring ObamaCare to Michigan--the so-called "Health Insurance Exchange."  On Thursday, they passed it out of the Senate.

    (2 comments, 248 words in story) Full Story

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