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There is this thing called the rule of law. And whether it is a small font designation as we have discussed recently, or something so major as an ability to be seated on the supreme court, we must try to follow as best we can. When we KNOW the law, it shall be our guide. And when we do not, and find it by coincidence of our situation, we ought to consider a way to rectify our mistakes and mitigate the effect.
Shall I be the first to cast stones?
Not in the classic sense. God has made me but one man among many. Many men who have differing opinions, but come together at points to agree on how best we serve each other in fairness and recognizing the natural born rights we all share. Part of those agreements make up the law to be followed by all the citizens. I must atone personally for my own mistakes, and must also follow rules previously established, else I pay a price in some manner.
I make no claim to be technically or morally superior. But I will announce when I see something that is wrong. Especially when there still is time for it to be fixed.
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As many of you know, we have determined the source of the signature gathering, and set up of "The Tea Party" of Michigan political party. As it was expected by most political observers, Mark Brewer's gang of liars cheats and thieves was found to be complicit, and without question the origin of the fraudulent placement of the party on the ballot through the signature process. The question of course, is what to do about it.
Lansing, MI--Challenges on the Steffek Tea Party were filed this week on behalf of Republican candidates across the state.
Initiated, and achieved.. More below.
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