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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Twitiot of the day.
How do you like them apples, Wes Nakagiri? TEA folk? Yessirree, 'ol constitutional Justin just face-wedgied all those opposing Snyder's Obamacare Medicaid Expansion by palling around with the deciding vote.
Yannow, I had planned on doing a flattering writeup on the 5 U.S. Reps from Michigan, who signed a commitment to defund Obamacare but, with this loosely wrapped clown from CD-3 working with the Snyder administration to backdoor Obamacare entanglements in this state - screw Justin. At least I know Camp, Miller, Rogers, and Upton, will never be Conservative, unlike that all over the map Amash Liberaltarian Bee-esS.
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Jack Hoogendyk like many others, is trying to make sure there is no expansion of the welfare medicaid entitlement in Michigan.
Also like many, he is trying to identify where the weak sisters in the Republican caucus might be. He writes:
This week the Senate comes back to Lansing. Number one on the agenda is expansion of Medicaid. Governor Snyder and Lt. Governor Brian Calley are putting on a full-court press.Worth a look.
Until we get a solid "NO" pledge from any State Senator, its best to assume they are possible sellouts. And as Jack said "We know what Brian Calley will do in the case of a tie. " Call Robertson.
Thanks for the update Jack.
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