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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Sold Down The River

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Thu Oct 07, 2010 at 11:25:44 AM EST
    Tags: Bart Stupak, Carl Levin, Carolyn Kilpatrick, collaborators, Congree, Dale Kildee, Debbie Stabenow, gary peters, John Conyers, John Dingell, Mark Schauer, Michigan, Sander Levin, US Senate (all tags)

    ~ Reposted from MTTM ~

    I will let the reader look up the origin of the term, but the meaning is clear.  Michigan has been betrayed by these "representatives."

    Allow me to begin by presenting Michigan's "esteemed" US Senators.

    First we have the "you can't replace me, cause Michigan will lose all that seniority" Carl (the Marx) Levin. Serving in the US Senate Has been Tough on Carl.  His net worth? Carl Levin's net worth was between $1,396,019 and $3,091,000 in 2007, according to Levin's mandated financial disclosure statements. Carl has done well for himself and has graciously accepted any PAC money that comes along to pad his overly abundant war chest.  Carl is a "rank and File Democrat, who voted for Bailouts, Health Care, and Carbon initiatives that have cost this state its manufacturing base.

    Next, we have Debbie (I can feel global warming when I fly) Stabenow, who has the hand of leftist interest so far up her backside, you can see a ring finger when she opens her mouth to speak.  Even the cookie monster's puppetry is more subtle.  The cookie monster is also smarter.  Stabenow's net worth was between $-50,000 and $-15,001 in 2007, according to Stabenow's mandated financial disclosure statements. Nuff said.

    But hey, I get only two Senators to pick on.  Thank you, God.  The remainder of Michigan woes owes a great deal to the following Representatives.

    More below..

    In the "guess what I am going to do category, is Michigan's 1st Congressional district is Bart (Campaign aborted) Stupak.  Bart went along with the shenanigans like the rest of them, but since he decided to bail, I won't say much else. Stupak's net worth was between $-1,675,982 and $29,996 in 2007, according to Stupak's mandated financial disclosure statements. A wide range?

    81 year old Dale Kildee (Still uses E-Harmony.com picture as official photo here) From Michigan's 5th Congressional District, is moderate on Abortion, but joined with Stupak voting for Obamacare. Dale Kildee's net worth was between $198,010 and $496,000 in 2007, according to Kildee's mandated financial disclosure statements.

    Michigan's 7th district Mark Schauer, voted YES on enforcing limits on CO2 global warming pollution,  damaging Michigan's industrial manufacturing base.  He sided with Stupak on the Health care. Mark Schauer's net worth was between $218,023 and $746,000 in 2007, according to Schauer's mandated financial disclosure statements.

    Gary Peters, the 9th District Michigan Representative, Straight up Lefty, full of support for any individual liberty killing measure.  Carbon caps, Obamacare, etc..  Peters is so desperate, he has recently produced harsh lies about his opponent to keep his cherished seat.  Gary Peters's net worth was between $47,020 and $356,000 in 2007.

    Enjoying the fruits of the family business, Michigans 12th District Representative Sander Levin enjoys a perfect pro abort record and quite heartily endorses the dream of Margaret Sanger and the elimination of Blacks from our civilization.  Sander Levin's net worth was between $-154,978 and $1,249,998 in 2007, according to Levin's mandated financial disclosure statements.

    Where would we be without Carolyn 'Cheeks' (not my son) Kilpatrick? Maybe a little better off. Thankfully, she is going. Pro abort, Pro Obamacare, Pro Carbon caps, Anti Michigan. Carolyn Kilpatrick's net worth was between $102,019 and $481,000 in 2007, according to Kilpatrick's mandated financial disclosure statements.

    Read the bill, READ THE BILL? John Conyers of Michigan's 14th Congressional District has failed Michigan for 45 years.  It is reported he actually READ A BILL in 1972 before signing it.  About as far left as you can go without falling off the flat earth he resides, John Conyers's net worth was between $-14,999 and $30,000 in 2007, according to Conyers's mandated financial disclosure statements. Riiiight...  Oh yeah, his wife is a convicted felon for misusing public money. Of course I am SURE he knew nothing about that.

    Last but not least, is 400 year old 'Methuselah' John Dingell Adamms of the 15th Congressional District for Michigan. It is said he can light a CFL bulb by screwing it into his dentures.  But that is all he can do.  His votes follow the progressive agenda in a rank and file manner, and have cost this state its once magnificent industrial base.  Yes on CO2 caps, limits etc..  A small deposit of $10 in a small bank when Dingell first joined congress now has John Dingell's net worth between $2,357,088 and $6,134,000 in 2007, according to Dingell's mandated financial disclosure statements.

    Thanks to the wonderful Representatives above, Michigan is a thriving... um.. oh yeah right. Correction..   Is a blighted state, replete with unemployment woes, business interests leaving, and high taxes.  Not because they voted in our local legislature, but rather because they did not act as representatives in the nation's capitol.  they did NOT represent the best interests of our state which relies so heavily on its industrial base, and sound moral foundation for strong families.

    We have been sold down the river to interests that are contrary to our own.  We are nearly completely "owned" by the masters in Washington DC, because of these collaborators with the enemies of Michigan's best interest.   They are enemies of OUR STATE.

    Two are already gone..  Its now time to clean house.

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    Don't stop there! (none / 0) (#1)
    by Corinthian Scales on Thu Oct 07, 2010 at 11:39:35 AM EST
    There's a whole sh!tload of RINO's in Kent County that needs to be placed under the microscope too.

    Did you have to... (none / 0) (#3)
    by Crippy on Thu Oct 07, 2010 at 01:03:43 PM EST
    post a picture of Debbie The Heat Miser Stabenow?

    How much are we supposed to take?  :-)

    Any word yet on why... (none / 0) (#5)
    by KG One on Thu Oct 07, 2010 at 01:42:44 PM EST
    ...a Maryland Resident is allowed to run for a Michigan Congressional Seat?

    Article 1, Section 2 is pretty clear regarding that.

    I would've thought that the MI-GOP would be on that issue, toot sweet?

    More reason (none / 0) (#7)
    by LookingforReagan on Thu Oct 07, 2010 at 03:02:15 PM EST
    Stabs-us-now and Comrade Lenin are both good reasons to repeal the 17th Amendment. That would in effect allow each state Government to choose it's own Ambassador to Washington and make that Senator beholden to the wishes of the state that sent them to the District of Corruption or be recalled by the Governor. This is the way the FOUNDERS set things up. Now thanks to some corrupt idiots in Illinois (imagine that) around the turn of the last Century the 17th Amendment was passed that allowed for direct election by popular vote. The result was Senators like the two aforementioned hacks became tools of the party apparachaks and beholden not to the citizens of their state but of the party bosses. The states have no representation in Washington. The members of the House were supposed to be the representitives of the people. But that too has been perverted by laws and regulations meant to protect the political class. McAmnesty/ Fiengold comes to mind most recently.
    When it comes to Conyers, Dingell and Kildee, they are the best batch of poster children for term limits one could come up with. That will put an end to the political class becoming an aristocracy such as we have now. Repeal of the 16th Amendment takes away their power to confiscate unlimited amounts of money from WE THE PEOPLE and slows the agenda of the big government Socialists.
    Much work to be done. But Nov. 2 we will begin. The states themselves have it within their power to call for a convention to amend the Constitution. I doubt that either side would want that but the mere threat could be enough to start some of the roll back that many seek.

    Got one too! The 26th!!! (none / 0) (#11)
    by Corinthian Scales on Thu Oct 07, 2010 at 06:28:20 PM EST

    We haven't had a draft since Vietnam and prolly never will again, so, Amendment XXVI (1971) needs to go.

    Yes, I know, some F-Bombs are dropped in the video.  However, not as many as I dropped watching this and thinking to myself that these kids do vote or soon can vote.

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