Life at “inception”

Get a load of this smear job (No, I’m not giving links to Finley for any advertising hits).

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So, basically, slimy nincompoop Nolan wants an amoral society of worker-bees funding a big bifarceisan government or, debt slaves. Well, the bald bastard has just that in the Snyder/Calley administration. It sucks only in other fashion from the prior big spenders.

Nevertheless, there is the ugly truth about what the MI-GOP has become. For those who will be voting next month, when you look around the room at everybody, and you don’t see who “the mark” is – it is you. Tho, I’m rather confident the Party apparatchik will double-down on stupid.

History proves it has again and again!

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  3 comments for “Life at “inception”

  1. 10x25MM
    April 5, 2015 at 7:45 am

    Think Nolan hung out with the 'Wicked Witch of West Bloomfield', Debbie Dingell, on public broadcasting for too long. Probably also peeved that Proposal 15-1 isn't doing particularly well, even after his 'memo from God' endorsement.

    Irrelevance is a fate worse than death in the mind of the modern journalist.

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  2. KG One
    April 5, 2015 at 9:32 am

    Ohhhh, the "only mainstream candidates are viable"- argument.

    Mr. Finley's sorry grasp of history is appalling.

    Can anyone tell me about the runaway successes of the McCain and Willard administrations?

    Or, the Posthumous and Devos'?

    On the plus side, there will be a reckoning coming very soon at The Detroit News.

    Stay tuned...

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  3. 10x25MM
    April 5, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    Nolan may also be sensing his own mortality. From Crain's Detroit business:

    Report: Fate of The Detroit News could soon be decided

    http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20150403/BLOG003/150409932/report-fate-of-the-detroit-news-could-soon-be-decided

    A new report from the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University raises questions about the fate of The Detroit News. Newspaper industry analyst Ken Doctor wrote Thursday that New York-based private-equity firm Apollo Global Management is “nearing completion” of its $400 million acquisition of The News’ owner, Digital First Media — a deal that will not include The News.....

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