Debbie Dingell, and Lon Johnson say, “Thanks for the taxpayer funded campaign publicity, Rick!”
Like a bad horror movie called a Nightmare on Christmas Eve this script features questionable characters. Starring in this production is Ebenwiser Scrooge a man with millions of unscrupulous ways to buy political seats.
Co-Starring is the clumsy overweight not too bright fella “Bad Santa.” This con-man known as “Bad Santa” looks like he’s been hanging out at a Fat Fellas BBQ convention.
As the movie unfolds it turns out this real “Bad Santa” is a radio show co-host on the poorly rated, small market and very undesirable RINO Supporters Broadcasting Network (RSBN).
Karen Braun posts Common Core expert Melanie Kurdys’ thoughtful commentary on the issue, and current candidates.
Today, I received intel that both Weiser and Calley are claiming to be against Common Core. This is news to me. In the 2 1/2 years I have been fighting this issue, I have never seen evidence of either of them even being sufficiently informed of the issue, let alone standing up to try to stop it from coming into Michigan.
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— Chief Kewanoquat (@Sedenquist) August 18, 2014
When considering the many consequences of a term limited Governerd, and his unfettered ability to implement a Progressive agenda due to his reliable Generation X underling presiding over the Senate, the Tweet above links to a worthy reminder of what happens when the alleged Conservative facade of Brian Calley is removed.
Not to mention Calley’s recent “toss ’em a bone” smugness on display in Jim Thienel’s manufactured Oakland County debacle, as if he’s already got the nomination in the bag.
That’s a fact, folks.
Out falls from the closet another hired bone…
— Richard Anderson (@theNorthVision) August 16, 2014
A $1,000 to Slow-Joe for president in ’07, and now calls it “a tracker“? Good one. I suppose that, Bobby Schostak can now make the same claim about his $666 to Nancy Pelosi in ’07, and the Thousand$ to Jennifer Granholm, too. I also suppose there are some dupes out there that are actually gullible enough to buy that crap they’re being fed.
Nice try with the silencing spin, and so “strategic”…
How freakin’ desperate can a person get? Well, check out exactly how desperate.
See, this is exactly the problem with all this ingrained, union-type mentality that exists within the Party apparatchik. The best and brightest to the front of the line? Nope. The Party power brokers stand fast with playing the tired old seniority, and pay your dues game (nothing directed at you Dan, but you just happen to state the obvious). What serves to exacerbate this problem? Every damn time an out-of-stater comes to town, and lends credence to those who they may or may not be completely aware of who they really are lending their good name to for some $peaking engagement *wink-wink-nudge-nudge, Johnny*.
More whitewashing from the “Take a vote, not a vacation” files.
— Lauren Fink (@lgfink) August 13, 2014
Not much to figure out about this insider propaganda piece above, especially, when one looks to the Nerd’s U of M Ann Arbor alumni ties, and this *coincidence* when rolling through Mrs. Fink’s Twitter timeline.