Republican Representative “Scrubs” Constituents “Factual” Comments

When the “truth” and the “facts” come out they don’t like it. My current State Representative and current candidate for State Senate Dale Zorn (R) Monroe, not only removed my “truthful” comment on his facebook Ad he has “blocked” me from making any further comments! Hmmm…  Zorn failed we the people are michigan ad

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference. I guess Mr. Zorn doesn’t believe in this amendment!

Mr. Zorn’s facebook Ad shows him sitting with a group of seniors listening to their concerns. I posted two comments showing where he in “fact” voted in favor of taxing their Pensions with legislative links showing as much. So while he claims to be concerned with the seniors well being he is not being truthful with them.

The lion’s share of the burden bestowed on retiree’s, seniors and lower income citizens with Mr. Zorn’s “yes” vote on this legislation falls directly on them. By his “yes” vote the wealthy and politically well connected businesses get tax breaks that effect them very much . Tax increases on retirement income from pensions is hurting retiree’s and seniors in a graying state still recovering from the recession.

The links below will clearly show that Dale Zorn does not represent his constituents but the political Party Bosses he answers to. By putting Party politics interest over the very citizens he is supposed to represent is unconscionable!  Zorn Advocates Tax Pensions

Representative Dale Zorn voted in favor to “Eliminate” Retirement “Tax Exemption” for Pensions
2011 House Bill 4480: Repeal pension income tax exemption (House Roll Call 91)

This Legislative Analysis shows a complete breakdown on the effects of this Legislative action
2011 Michigan House Fiscal Agency Analysis on Pension Tax…/htm/2011-HLA-4361-8.HTM

Legislative Analysis Pension Tax

2011 House Bill 4361: Replace MBT, raise income tax, trim credits (House Roll Call 126)
Zorn voted “yes” in favor of taxing tax Seniors Pensions while giving big corporate tax breaks.

Voted “YES” on a mortgage bill tailored for MIGOP Chairman Bobby Schostak’s brother and family business interest and signed by Gov. Rick Snyder that overturned a $2.4-million judgment against the brother and business partner of Michigan Republican Party Chairman Bobby Schostak.

Voted “YES” on above Mortgage Bill for Chairman Schostak’s brother and business partner
2012 Senate Bill 992: Clarify mortgage loan contract “non-recourse” provision rules (House Roll Call 125)  Zorn Votes SnyderCaid

Voted “YES” on Medicaid Expansion aka SnyderCaid Medicaid Expansion here in Michigan (Healthy Michigan) is an important tenet of Obamacare.

Campaign Finance Contributions to Dale Zorn
Big Corporate Business interest, Party Bosses and corporations looking for welfare from the taxpaying citizens of Michigan have donated.*%26doc_type_code%3DP1%26caller%3Dcf_online

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  4 comments for “Republican Representative “Scrubs” Constituents “Factual” Comments

  1. Phillip Hofmeister
    September 12, 2014 at 2:49 pm

    Forgive me if I restate your concern incorrectly: you made a comment on the Facebook post of a private person/their campaign ran with their privately generated money, and you are trying to call foul on first amendment grounds?

    The first amendment protects you against actions of the government, not private individuals.

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    • Corinthian Scales
      September 12, 2014 at 6:21 pm

      Indeed. However, I do believe the thrust of the matter is that Rep. Zorn, is a duplicitous bastard. You know, kinda like a Party chair, and its governor on 2A issues?

      Anyhoo, good to see you, Mr. Hofmeister.

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      • Phillip Hofmeister
        September 14, 2014 at 12:38 pm

        Never claimed the man was a saint. I'm inclined to believe the poster that he isn't a good Rep/candidate. I only refuted the claim that this is a first amendment issue. It isn't.

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  2. KG One
    September 13, 2014 at 8:55 am

    This actually isn't anything new.

    Marty Knollenberg threw a hissy fit at a Troy Area Tea Party meeting a while back when someone reminded him about his votes on Snyder's pension and income tax hikes.

    He tried to spin/deny his votes that night, even after being reminded that they are on public record.

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