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Tag: Prop 3
There has been a tremendous amount of soul-searching in conservative circles about the election yesterday. I guess I'm a little late posting.
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CPMC has an easy question for the FAILED gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero.
"How Will Virg Bernero Pay for Annual Increased $1.6 Billion Costs Per Year for Proposal 2?"Uhh yeah..
Maybe he is also counting on Prop 3 to pass. The voted-in magic unicorns will be ALL OVER Lansing along with their Leprechaun riders to spring gold and fairy dust all over the town. Yeah, that will work.
CPMC is all over Virg's inability to touch base with reality on this issue:"
"Newspapers across Michigan have reported that Proposal 2 will increase costs to taxpayers by $1.6 billion a year. Last month, Virg Bernero appointed a financial advisory team in Lansing to deal with his cities burgeoning deficit, making this the worst possible time to raise costs on taxpayers and local governments.Or else.
No Unicorns this year.. We can't afford them.
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CPMC not letting up with delivery of its BAD FOR Michigan ad series.
This Not-For-Sale ad continues the message that our constitution is not for sale to the leftist interests which will bankrupt Michigan. Particularly with proposals Two, Three, and 4.
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