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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Buyer Beware

    By RNC Chairman Michael Steele, Section News
    Posted on Fri Jun 04, 2010 at 12:13:35 PM EST
    Tags: Michael Steele, economy, Obama, Michigan, unemployment, stimulus, Joe Biden, jobs, Virg Bernero, Andy Dillon, Mark Schauer, Gary Peters (all tags)

    Let's get Michigan's economy back on track!

    Wednesday, we watched President Obama in Pennsylvania peddle expansive government programs as the solution to our nation's economic woes.  As Michigan's unemployment hovers around 14.0%, the highest in the nation, I wanted to take a moment and give the President a sobering reminder what thousands across Michigan already know:  48 out of 50 states have lost jobs since the failed was signed into law.

    Estimates on job growth in the month of May are predicted to be somewhere between 500,000 and 600,000 jobs gained, and Vice President Biden hasn't been shy about using those statistics as a fundraising tool.  While I will welcome job growth any day, week or month of the year, this month needs to be stamped with "Buyer Beware."

    It has been widely reported that over 400,000 jobs will only be for temporary workers hired by the government to help conduct the once-a-decade Census.  So while Democrats across Michigan such as Virg Bernero, Andy Dillon, Mark Schauer, and Gary Peters will be lining up to do an endzone dance touting their tax and spend policies:  Michiganders beware.

    History shows us that these workers will be laid off again in only a matter of months, so while job growth is always a good thing, temporary government jobs are not what Michigan needs to get the economy back on the right track.  This government's unprecedented growth, with little to show for it, is staggering.  

    The national debt has reached an astounding $13 trillion. To reach that first trillion dollars, it took the federal government 206 years - to go from $12 trillion to $13 trillion under the Obama administration, it took only 6 months.

    Michigan needs leaders from the bottom of the ballot all the way to the top that will fight for lower taxes and less wasteful spending to get Michigan's economy back on track.  

    --RNC Chairman Michael Steele

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    Indeed.. as the report now out (none / 0) (#1)
    by JGillman on Fri Jun 04, 2010 at 01:20:26 PM EST
    says 431K growth, but only 40K of them in the private sector.

    The remainder?  Census workers.

    Hey Mikey (none / 0) (#2)
    by LookingforReagan on Fri Jun 04, 2010 at 06:55:03 PM EST
    Here's a clue. If the RNC and the Republican Senate Campaign Committee and the one in the House would STOP wanting to nominate and elect RINO's maybe Michigan would have a chance. McCain was a freaking disaster as we all knew he would be. What did he do for Michigan? Tucked tail and ran as fast as he could because it looked like it might be to hard. He took the easy way out, right to defeat. Until Repulicans EMBRACE CONSERVATIVES and stop going after Reagan Democrats like McCain and Lindsey Grahmn the party and this state are sunk. As it is the national party seems to be happy they are going to stick us with Paul Kirk in Illinois and Mike Castle in Delaware. Not to mention Dan Coats in Indiana. All three of these clowns are Moderates who have voted many times in the past with Democrats. Therefore they are totally unreliable. Coats is even anti-second amendment. Until the Republican party elders get it into their heads they are losers and we don't want losers nothing will change. Mr. Steele if you and those you surround yourself with snatch defeat from the jaws of victory as you have in years past, there will be a new party formed in this country and it will be a CONSERVATIVE party and no Republicans need apply. We are heartily sick of the RINO'S, Country Club types and the Rockefeller Blue Bloods. Their time has come and gone. It is time for the Reagan Revolution to be taken to the next level and we intend to do just that. So my best advice to you and your party of foul ups is to get the hell out of the way and let the smart people run this show. We want to win and win we shall in spite of the incompetance at the top of the Republican Party.

    They all need to go (none / 0) (#3)
    by Corinthian Scales on Sat Jun 05, 2010 at 10:24:24 AM EST
    Anymore I really don't care what they call themselves.  Republican?  Dimocrat?  It matters little to me.  Anyone who is an incumbent in office, at any level, be it local, state or federal... they need to go.  These elected positions were not intended to be lifelong careers for fossilized creeps of legacy politicians that exempt themselves from nearly every law that applies to their serfs, err, constituents.

    Who should be gone first?  This psycho.

    Although, Speaker Blinky's informed electorate will prolly relect her.


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