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Tag: Robert's Rules of Order
By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
Considering the massive amounts of very, damning evidence, will the republican Sheeple go baahahahaha? Some folk already have their white T-shirt on.
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By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
As I published in June of last year, what the combined grassroots effort accomplished at the May Convention was impressive, but only the first battle of a much longer campaign that will be necessary in order to purge the Republican Party in Michigan (at every level) of the blueblood elites that have taken over the party establishment. At the time, I mentioned that the reach of the broom needed to extend all the way down to the county executive committees where necessary, and I provided at strategic overview of what would need to be done to effect the end goal. At this point, regardless of how it worked out, phases 1 through 4 are complete. Since we only have four weeks to work with, we need to stay tightly focused on phase 5 of the plan, and we must use our time wisely.
So with that in mind, grab a pot of coffee and a snack plate, and let's go below the fold.
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