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Tag: Take Richardville with you TOO!
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
I be lovin' the 'ol rumor mill today. Oh, what fun... via detroitnews.com
Could Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder be a vice presidential pick?
Ya right, don't bust your arm patting yourself on the back, Rick. 5th worst.
"There is that perception that Michigan still has a ways to go," said J.P. Donlon, editor in chief at Chief Executive Group. "We haven't received much in the way of feedback that evidences the changes are yet significant for them at this stage."
Actually, Snyder makes a lot of sense for Romney, especially when the Obamneycare debates start in the general election. Snyder is the only governor pushing hard for the Health Insurance Exchange. That should be a huge clue that the GOP heir apparent will merely tinker with retooling the ACA. Wanna bet $10,000 on that? LOL
Now, the ultimate upside for Conservatives in Michigan? It gets governor milquetoast the hell out of our hair so Right-To-Work can be pursued without Snyder's obstruction. Calley expanded government with pushing his pet insurance coverage mandate through, so it'd clearly be to his advantage to work towards the R-T-W goal. If not, then Calley has made himself an easy primary target in 2014. The possible Win-Win outcomes presented are limitless.
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