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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Well folks, I just received my first Robo-call from the Soros' Moveon.org connected K Street operative Tom Matzzie, who fronts the Accountable America shell org, which is now waging an attack on my CD-1 Representative Dan Benishek, with utter factitious propaganda.
First, a moment with Anderson Cooper exposing Barack Obama's War on Women.
Now, the Robo-call with blocked number is below.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
It was barely middle morning when my power was restored, ya, those things happen in the rugged Northern lifestyle from time to time, and I really don't mind the hyperactive info world of our modern society going dormant for a spell. The power lines that get knocked down occasionally is of no concern to me as I had the foresight to procure 14k of natural gas standby electricity for such instances, however, nine times out of ten the cable TV and internet service is taken out with the power.
Frankly, our electronically connected interweb world never sleeps, mankind must, which conflicts with required sleep and the addicted news junkie within. The internet outage has really been a welcomed reprieve. It freshens the soul and serves to remind me why I abandoned the city with choosing the friendlier neighborly Northern lifestyle similar to my rural Oakland County childhood. That might be a bore to others seeking all the trappings of citified communal living arrangements of convenience, but my little Mayberry-esque plot of Gods' creation I truly do hold precious.
Well, thus far today has already been a snap return to reality only to reap the rewards of my assumption it being just the first robocall attacking my Rep. Dan Benishek, for his "promoting" what Rush says on the airwaves broadcast by a private business. The robocall was from this unheard of by me "group" calling themselves "The Women of the 99%." Really? Dan is promoting any such thing? That is one wildly outrageous accusation to make by an unidentified "group" who, by the way, is now intruding into the privacy of my home. Hmmm... no number shows on the caller ID, and *69 only prompts the phone company's recorded message that they are unable to determine the phone number used. No surprise there as the unrelenting onslaught of robocalls from the Romney campaign and his Restore Our Future PAC used the same tactic.
And, we're just getting warmed up, folks...
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(Autobots and Decepticons are magic words. Anytime anyone works them into any blogpost you'll automatically get front-paged. Just so we're clear. --Nick) Cross-posted at theblogprof
Decepticons working with autobots. Vorlons with shadows. Harkonnen with Atreides. Romulans with Klingons. Cats with dogs. I don't know - doesn't sound right. But such is the suggestion from the Macomb Daily. In the opinion piece, the MD says
Granholm outlined some very bold and aggressive projects she would like the state to embark on as she painted a bright future for Michigan in her recent State of the State speech.Bold and aggressive? Did I miss something? I'm pretty sure I just wrote a few pieces recently about Granholm and, with good reason, I would describe her projects as timid and passive. In fact, I just wrote a piece yesterday entitled Granholm, 'no-brainers' and leadership, where I drew comparisons between her leadership and that of Bobby Jindal of Louisiana. It was not pretty. In yet another prior post, I pointed out this opinion by Scott Stoecker on his blog:
Aunt Jenny, working harder than she's ever worked to balance the budget, announces cuts to her beloved education system. Then, shazaam! President B. Hussein Obama's stimulus plan forbid cuts to education.Of course. Sound bold and aggressive now? How about the fact that the structural budgetary problems simply don't get fixed. Like - at all! A big chunk of the budget hole this year will simply be plugged with stimulus bondo. That's about it. Next year too. So whoever takes over after 2010 is going to be in a world of hurt because of the kick-the-can mentality of the current administration. Not good. Not bold. Not aggressive.
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