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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    by Republican Michigander on Sun May 06, 2012 at 01:45:50 PM EST
    I didn't expect you to agree.

    1. I do not see NPV passing and I strongly oppose it. I also expect if it passes to be heavily tied up in court. I don't think it impacts the RNC Committeeman position. In Michigan, it's DOA on a party level from a previous resolution.

    2. His opposition to MCRI was due to worry from the DeVos camp about a massive turnout in the city of Detroit, which is 93-97% democrat. I don't agree with it, but I understood the reasoning, especially in that period after the whole knock and drag operations from 2000 that caught people offguard and was fresh in everyone's minds.

    3. This one I take big issue with. I don't blame Saul for that. I blame McCain's campaign. McCain not only bailed, but announced that he bailed. When you announce that you bail, you demoralize the whole ticket, and that cost us down the board. Saul didn't announce it. McCain's staffers did. It killed us.

    4. Not excusing delegate. I think Saul really believed (incorrectly once I saw the results) that democrat crossovers were helping Santorum based on the exit polls. I do think Saul should be off the credentials committee, as should all people with close ties to a campaign, as Saul is to Sterling/Romney, of it clients of mine were affected if I was on there. If this was for re-appointment to delegate committee, I'd oppose it.

    I will say this. In 07 with the Granholm tax increase fights - when state reps were looking to cave, Saul kicked them in the arse and caused a big controversy with it. It was needed sorely at that time.

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