when they reported the bill did exactly that. Gillman, you can't even vote for a First District candidate, so your cheerleading for a moderate/liberal like Allen (and I'm not the only one saying so)is really weird.
I guess I forgot that if I oppose Cox or Allen, I'm not welcome to state my views here. I know you don't see it, Gillman, but you are coming off as a party-liner shill for those two.
I disagree that Allen has "served his constituency well" or at least, Michigan politics as usual has no place in DC where every decision made affects the whole nation.
Or, have you been asleep in class?
I'm at least not calling Allen a RINO, and to be sure, I'm actually a sweet voice compared to what he has going against him in the district. Many are calling him a RINO.
So, you can stow your condescension, your platitudes, your party-line defense of Republicans, and I will continue to point out who is legit for the current attitude of the country, and who isn't.
I have already posted a couple of pieces about Dr. Dan Benishek, a surgeon from Crystal Falls, who is a conservative from the Upper Peninsula, and was thrust into the spotlight of American Politics minutes after Stupak made his decision to vote for Obamacare because he got a worthless EO.
This piece I posted was a telephone interview I had with Dan, and I continue to be impressed with him.
Exclusive Interview With Dan Benishek
If you live in Traverse City, you can't vote for either Allen or Benishek, so I don't see how you are the clearing house. Which also begs the question, if Allen has such a loyal following in TC, why didn't he choose to run for Congress where he has been living his whole life.