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Tag: Macomb Community College
Breaking! Breaking! President Obama is going to visit Macomb County today and will be holding a Town Hall meeting where he will hear directly from Michigan residents!
No, wait, scratch that. Too much access for the average Michigander. Change of plans from the White House.
Breaking! Breaking! President Obama is going to visit Macomb County today and will be holding an open forum where Michigan moms and dads, while not permitted to speak, will have a chance to attend and hear what the President has to say in person.
Nah. White House thinks that, too, amounts to too much face time with normal folks. Try this one...
Breaking! Breaking! President Obama is going to visit Macomb County today and will hold a glorified press conference in front of a sycophantic press corps and select invite-only Democratic Party big-wigs?
There's the ticket. And the only ticket. No duckets for Michigan's working or unemployed. Which is a shame. Even if he isn't inclined to speak to us "normal folks," there's a lot the average Michigander could and very likely would communicate to the man who has injected the federal deficit with anabolic steroids.
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