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This episode of Skoop's overtime speaks for itself.
Too bad one walked off and GAVE that additional 10 minutes away.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
I'm truly amazed the liberal old coot still has a following.
Let's say you're a parent with four kids. You talk a lot to two of them and basically ignore the other siblings.
So Tim, what Democrat agenda has changed one iota since the disastrous reign of Granholm? Besides that fact, every self-respecting decent parent knows that you don't reward spoiled brat temper-tantrum behavior with attention.
Dragging pandering grandpa Bill into this isn't going to help you either.
Now Tim, you and Gretchen go to your rooms, think about it, and come back out when you can act like adults.
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Damn straight mister.
Relentless Positive Action is a sissified way of saying "I don't want confrontation with labor" by Mr Snyder.
No one expected Rick Snyder, the left of center Republican governor to EMBRACE Right To Work, but at some points, in order to continue getting support for his other pet projects he has said [privately] he will "sign if it comes to his desk." The outward warning now, is to make sure that doesn't happen, or at least to buy him some time until this years election removes a Republican majority from the state house. A loss NOT due to conservative action, but that which has capitulated to the non conservative participation with the governor's agenda. Skubick opines:
"Some Republicans are taking the risk and ignoring their governor's pleas to leave this alone because they can't help it. Now that they have hefty majorities in both the House and Senate, some believe it will help to cement their own re-elections with conservative voters back home. Plus they've been itching for years to do it."
Yes, and Yes.
The majorities exist now, and may not again, unless the Republicans embrace that which brought them there. A strong conservative message coupled by bold action that will help workers in this state face down the liberal leftist labor elements that handicap it in the global marketplace. Snyder's reinvention of picking winners can hardly match the strength of policy that encourages naturally, the strong development of vibrant business in Michigan.
One needs to remember that much of the success and wealth accumulated by this executive office holder was done so as the result of government-business partnerships.
He knows no other way. More below
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