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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Richardville A Republican?

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Thu Mar 29, 2012 at 09:48:36 PM EST
    Tags: Richardville, Majority Leader, Democrats, Republicans, Tea Party (all tags)

    A lot of folks would prefer we spend our time hitting the Democrats for their foibles, wrongness, and socially retarded ideals.

    We do.  We really do.

    Can we help that they spend so much time pretending to be Republicans?

    Randy Richardville is the perfect example.  He is such a lousy Republican leader, the senate had to override him to make SB1018 a reality last week.  He refuses to get on board with the best legislation the Republicans can get behind: RTW.  And his push for that very strange DRIC/NICT project would make governor Granholm proud.

    IF she was still here.

    And whether you like the tactics involved with some who have pushed for stronger conservatism in the party or not, you must see the alliances and support system he has, as questionable.

     Below ~

    Its one thing, the senate majority leader has shown his allegiance to the union types by entertaining only watered down initiatives. Amazing it might seem, the relatively small donations to his campaign coffers really have reeled him in.  He might well be the veritable iceberg, with only a little of his pursuits visible and above water, but the depths of his whole being quite well hidden otherwise.

    Some of that is being alleged in the writings and talking points elsewhere, but for our purposes, what we see in policy failure, and a knee-jerk speed-dial to Matlock, is sufficient to call him out.

    Go home to the hundred acre wood, Eeyore.

    The braying you exhibit upon those who want to tell your story for you is not befitting of one who ought to support free speech, like it or not.  To send the paid suits in an attempt to stifle what may or may not be wholly accurate belies a sympathy for suppression, the likes of which comes from the darkest thoughts of the left.  As an elected schmuck, we (yes myself included) are pretty much exposed to whatever thoughts, rantings, and opinions are allowed to hit the press, air, etc.  My own local editorial board straight out calling me out as a bigot, without understanding the multi-racial, multi cultural, environment that is under my control.  

    They do it, and we brush it off if it isn't true. Big whup.

    Lawsuits from a politician is a lefty game. And giving a hard core leftist ideologue 'reporter' the meat to bash the Tea folks with doesn't help your cred.

    Seriously..  Demas?

    Find a true conservative to go that far for you.  Oh right..

    One of the crappiest things we have had to do here is put the truth to the case with regard to politics and the party we would prefer to align with.  Between the unbecoming underhanded tricks in the party, and a spectacularly thin skinned crybaby attitude towards those who want you gone?

    Eeyore, Arlen, .. whatever.

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    The Arlen spectre (none / 0) (#1)
    by Pogo on Fri Mar 30, 2012 at 07:14:29 AM EST
    Everyone assumes that Richardville is invulnerable because he won't be running for re-election. Jack McHugh says that career politicians will always be running for something else in a year or two. This would be a good occasion to test that theory; a little bit of long-term memory, or record keeping, might go a long way.

    Richardville who? (none / 0) (#2)
    by wctaxpayer on Fri Mar 30, 2012 at 08:01:00 PM EST
    The fact that Demas is defending him should say boatloads. Maybe our legislators have learned something by electing him senator in chief. I sure hope so.
    Rose Bogaert, Chair Wayne County Taxpayers Association, Inc.
    A quick note for the record (none / 0) (#3)
    by Pogo on Mon Apr 23, 2012 at 04:18:35 AM EST
         I attended a Saturday precinct delegate event at which State Rep./Speaker Pro Tempore John Walsh (R*) spoke. On being asked a question about Right to Work, he stated that he didn't want to see a bill introduced this year, it would be "better next year". His excuse was that he needed the financial support of the (State?) Chamber of Commerce, and they weren't ready to get behind it.

         I'll leave the measure of that double-talking lameness to the reader.

    * Nominally

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