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First, let's have some facts, shall we? There are 12,385,000 more people of working age (16-64, inclusive) today than there were in September of 2008. America is not suffering from a contracting workforce.
It has crossed my mind. If growing government is considered "a success" by an alleged Republican dominated state with every lever of power in Lansing, then WhyTF would I want to remain here just to be fleeced?
Michigan's population is slowly rebounding, but millionaires may not be sticking around for the state's revival. [Where is the "revival"?]
Despite encouraging economic trends and a booming stock market, the state had 10,000 fewer millionaire households in 2013 than 2012, the Phoenix Global Wealth Monitor estimated in a report released this week.
Yannow, after watching George W and John McRINO get trounced three times in '07 when they were pushing their McCain-Kennedy scAmnesty vote, this will seem par for the GOP course to most RM readers.
Nearly a hundred top Republican donors and Bush administration officials sent a letter to the House GOP on Tuesday urging lawmakers to pass a bill that legalizes illegal immigrants, arguing that the current system is already allowing them to stay and so it makes sense to register them and bring them into the system.
The donors, led by former Bush administration Cabinet officials Carlos Gutierrez and Spencer Abraham, also said that immigrants are potential Republican voters who can be won over - if the party can be seen as welcoming to immigrants.
Is it really any wonder why Michigan's La Raza Award recipient and Muhammadan pandering fool lost his Senate seat to Debbie Stabenow? No. Democrat trumps Democrat-lite every time. Matter of fact, Democrat-lite always paves the way for electing a Democrat. Fact. See Ford, Read My Lips Bush, Dubya (yes, he built that Obama), Reach Across the Aisle McCain, and Willard. Another fact? Hispandering has never won over undocumented Democrats to the GOP. Yes, unfortunate as it is, even St. Ronald got that wrong. Face it, Ron was only human. That's the trouble with idolaters today <cough>PaulTards</cough>.
Besides Rick Snyder, same 'ol same old... Amnesty for gatecrashers.
The immigration overhaul passed by the U.S. Senate could put a big squeeze on the budgets of state and local governments.
The proposal does not help states pay for costs incurred by required policy changes, including ramped up English classes and greater access to public hospitals and health clinics.
"Potentially, we are going to create a financial catastrophe for states and localities," said Sheri Steisel, senior federal affairs counsel and a human services expert at the National Conference of State Legislatures. "The states will end up with the cost and consequences of the federal decision-making, with very little resources to rely on to make up the difference."
Michiganders must really enjoy being little more than Debt Slaves. Wolverines - do not. Frankly, I don't see a snowball's chance in Hell that Snyder will be a second term anything in this state, but go ahead "liberty-minded network" with squandering your time and resources on Calley.
Good God, if they break the Law, we break the Law, too? Just beyond stupid, anymore. Stale, really. The only thing that changes in the District of Corruption, is the day. The House has held, what, 30? 40? (I quit counting) Repeal Obummercare votes, and yet, the Historic Scam 1/2 of the 1/3 of government blunders on.
Yes John, Harry Reid will be all over your two bills from the House, like a hobo on a ham sandwich - passing them. GMAFB, already.
Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI), the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, tweeted Wednesday evening that the Senate's immigration bill is unconstitutional because it raises revenues and originated in the Senate instead of the House.
"Chairman Camp: Senate immigration bill a revenue bill; unconstitutional and cannot be taken up by the House," the official House and Ways Means Committee Twitter account sent out Wednesday evening.
As of this writing, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has not sent the immigration bill that passed the Senate 68-32 to the House of Representatives. Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) announced that news in a late Wednesday statement, after circulating a "dear colleague" letter arguing the Senate immigration bill was unconstitutional because it raised revenue and did not originate in the House.
Language in the U.S. Constitution requires any bill that raises revenue, also known as a tax, must originate in the House of Representatives, not the Senate. America's founders included that language because they believed the House was more accountable to the people of the country than the Senate, which was elected at that time by state legislators rather than through a direct vote. That clause of the Constitution is called the "origination clause" and reads as such: "All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives."
When such a revenue-raising bill comes out of the Senate, the Speaker of the House, currently Rep. John Boehner (R-OH), can use a procedure called a "blue slip resolution" to automatically kill it on the grounds that it is unconstitutional. Stockman has been promising to attempt to kill the Senate's bill that way and, as such, Reid has refused to send it to the House, thereby protecting the bill from being "blue slipped." The term "blue slip," Stockman's office noted in a release, comes from the blue color of the paper on which a resolution is printed that returns a Senate bill back to the Senate in these situations. MORE