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    Tag: State Senator Tom Casperson

    Redundancy & regulation: Why Michigan Republicans are really the problem and not the solution.

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Sun Dec 08, 2013 at 06:00:01 AM EST
    Tags: Gov. Rick Snyder, State Senator Tom Casperson, SB-909, P.A. 387 of 2012, House Appropriations Chairman Joe Haveman, Senate Appropriations Chairman Roger Kahn, The check is in the mail, SMART, D-DOT, Regional Transit Authority, RTA Chairman Paul Hillegonds, SMART GM John Hertel, RTA CEO John Hertel, Hey how can he hold two jobs simultaneously? (all tags)

    I just finished watching John Stossel's "War on the Little Guy" I DVR'd from last night. For those of you who haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend doing so.

    Did you know that magicians "needed" to be licensed?

    Or, that the government can take your property under the guise of protecting a frog that hasn't been seen in your state for decades? The agency that took the property even said so itself. I'll forewarn you, the spokesman/lawyer from the agency defending that practice is more annoying than Sheldon on Season One's "Big Bang Theory". I recommend removing any large and heavy objects from within your reach when watching that segment.

    Or, that the biggest proponents of new government regulations are existing businesses who use it as a tool to crush competition and free enterprise here in America?

    No, he didn't have any specific examples from here Michigan. Although given the actions of late by "conservative" republicans in Lansing, he just as easily could have.

    Borrowing a page from Pres. B.O.'s playbook, "Do as I say and not as I do", is becoming their M.O. as well.

    {More sordid details after the fold}

    (1 comment, 964 words in story) Full Story

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