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Tag: what Your Taxes are Funding
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
via The Detroit News
Fay Beydoun's parents speak Arabic at home, and she's learning the language at Riverside Academy West.
Ah, got it. My tax dollars are going towards funding a colonizing people and their madrasas. Oh joy... All hail multiculturalism! And, down the road, I also look forward to reading all about how much of our U.S. tax dollars were funneled off to the Brotherhood in durka-durkastan too. Say walla, bro.
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The Democratic Party is like a mule, it has neither pride of ancestry nor hope of posterity. - Ignatius Donnelly
Yes, and so it goes with Governor Snyders' alleged reinvention of Michigan vision that clearly is choosing 'winners' and 'losers' in where Snyders' picked 'winners' will be using the Home Team for their doormat. That's not reinventing anything new that the congresscritters in DC have been doing to us American Citizens for decades. Folks, we've got 44 million of our fellow Americans on food stamps and a national unemployment level at 9.1%. Michigan remains 10.2% unemployed. So, where does Governor Snyder look for answers? Unemployed Foreign Nationals of course.
"He has long been interested in this topic and sees the value foreign nationals can play in the new economy," said Amy Cell, senior vice president of talent enhancement, at the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Ain't that a b!tch? Governor Snyder is still chasing after failed Granholm policy, just without the overseas trips.
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