Bill Schuette is immediately ready to face down the failed ideas of the left.
The left is bereft of ideas.
Well, maybe not ‘bereft’, but the ideas they have are generally failed attempts at creating equal outcomes instead of promoting equal opportunity. Socialism, a well documented catastrophe of civilization’s epoch is now the new norm for the Democrat party. The tragedy of the ‘best intentions’ has no equal in ways of starving and inciting misery in otherwise viable populations.
Venezuela is easily offered up as the latest misadventure of re-distribution. Million Plus percentage inflation, pets on plates, and political corruption that would make the bolsheviks of old blush with envy.
Yet there are people in Michigan who still idealize such ‘planned society’. They exist primarily in the Democrat party, and their newest flag bearer is not shy about pandering to the promises-that-can-never-be-kept in order to gain power.
Bill Schuette, having earned the nomination of the Republican party is wasting no time challenging the nominee of the Democrats. In a press release today he appears confident that a comparison of her record and rhetoric will expose the regressive policies of those who once upon a time preferred to be called ‘progressive.’ He proposed a minimum of three televised debates with State Senator Gretchen Whitmer.
Schuette, the Republican nominee for governor who won a four-way primary contest with more than 50% of the vote, says ensuring multiple debates take place is the best-case scenario for Michigan voters, especially the wider general election audience of voters who are now presented with a clear choice of moving forward or going back.
“Michigan families deserve to know the records of the candidates for governor and have a true sense of where the candidates are likely to steer Michigan in the future,” said Schuette. “I am sure Senator Whitmer agrees that conducting at least three debates is the right thing to do and I am looking forward to it.”
The Schuette campaign has contacted the Whitmer camp to initiate the debate negotiation process. Schuette’s proposal is to conduct a minimum of three televised debates, with at least one in the Detroit media market, one in the Grand Rapids media market, and additional debates in the Flint, Lansing and/or Traverse City media markets.
Three debates minimum.
There is much to crush in the platform of the Democrat party. But effectively doing so means their leftist pablum must be continually repudiated until the low information voters can understand.
We hope to see the gloves come off guv.
Early and often.