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Tag: Closed Primary
Because they are afraid of a Cain, a Palin, a Perry, Bachmann, or heaven forbid Ron Paul. The pre-ordained method of supporting a milquetoast Romney for Michigan's selection has been made official.
Let the Democrat operation chaos begin. Now all those lefties who have no primary can jump on over and destroy the health care mandate debate by helping us nominate someone who's contrast of idea possibility is destroyed by that which he has already done.
Bad play Republican policy folks. You continue to pretend that a moderate can beat this guy. The moderate's inability to clearly define what they stand for muddies the differences. Remember McCain in the debates trying to out socialize housing? Yeah like that.
What might Romney say when his Mass Health care boondoggle is challenged as being the same? we know he has used the 10th argument, but where else has he enforced that belief?
Nowhere. Then he is done.
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By JGillman, Section News
MICHIGAN FAITH & FREEDOM COALITION
MICHIGAN GOP PRESIDENTIAL SELECTION TOWN HALLS
Concerned Citizens, MI GOP State Committee Members & Grassroots Activists Invited to Voice Opinion in a Transparent Series of Forums
The Michigan Republican Party's State Committee is scheduled to choose a method of selecting the Republican Presidential Nominee for Michigan on Saturday, August 13, 2011. Additionally, the Michigan GOP's State Committee's Policy Committee is slated to make a decision on Tuesday, July 12th. Their vote will recommend to the full State Committee which process should be followed in Michigan regarding selecting the GOP's nominee by Michigan Republicans and possibly the general public. However, many feel that we have not yet had an open and transparent process to solicit the opinions of grassroots activists and concerned Republicans across the state. Please join us as we have an open discussion about the options to determine the next GOP Presidential nominee. We have invited elected Michigan Republican State Committee Members, party leaders, grassroots activists and concerned citizens to listen to each other so that the Michigan Republican State Committee can make an informed decision on this critical topic for our important state and nation.
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