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By JGillman, Section News
The Michigan Democrat party chief Mark Brewer has demonstrated early on, that real issues have no place in the Democrat platform. The biggest donkey in the state, is jealous of none other than poor Mr. Perks and filing a complaint to boot. Desperate? From the Ivory tower:
Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Mark Brewer -- in a fit of pique or boredom, it was hard to tell which -- announced last week that he had filed a campaign finance complaint against Leon Drolet, the Macomb County anti-tax activist and former Republican legislator now running for state Senate.
I should remind folks about the Michigan Democrats trucking in a live donkey to Traverse City in support of Obamacare. The donkey was led up the crowded sidewalk before its handlers were cited for having farm animals downtown without a permit. I don't recall the disclaimer "Bar-X'd" on it's backside, though I can imagine that brand exists on Mr. Brewers'.
Hey Mark? You have some of the biggest donkeys in the country in the Michigan Democrat party. Just have them run around on a trailer to balance it out.
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