The first Congressional District needs to reconsider inappropriate action.

There are people within the Republican party that still don’t get it.

It is one thing to privately support candidates they like.  It is fully yet another to officially endorse a candidate while the party itself is still determining the outcome.

An official endorsement implies many things, among which is the suggestion that anyone else who wishes to participate within the process is really no longer welcome.  That the efforts made to support a party committee will be diverted to represent interests that the contributor does not want.

Is the 1st CD cte trying to lessen overall involvement by those who might disagree with pet choices in a primary?

When a general election arrives it is all hands on deck as implied with membership of the party.  However, in a primary or pre-convention contest, the suggestion that all members have coalesced to agree that a single candidate is preferable over another is ludicrous and irresponsible.

I am a member of the 1st congressional district, and as a Republican delegate I was never consulted, nor asked for an opinion on the letter you see to the right.  Are we to conclude that duly elected delegates are to be ignored by the 1st congressional district executive board in the acts of favoritism?

There was no vote that we were allowed to participate in on this, and unilateral decision making is apparently the new rule.  While I had no horse in this contest, it is troubling that those who do would pretend to know my favor.

The first congressional district should rescind its endorsement until after the convention has selected its candidate.



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  1. Corinthian Scales
    August 21, 2018 at 7:55 pm

    Maybe, Jesse Osmer hates Trump Latinos?

    Either way, the two last name broad is doubtful to receive my vote.

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    • Corinthian Scales
      August 21, 2018 at 8:07 pm

      I should add, *if* the MIGOP nominates the two last name white broad who is a Snyder crony.

      Thanks but, no thanks.

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  2. August 22, 2018 at 10:51 am

    With Stan Grot's withdrawal, I was debating how I was going to vote. This heavy-handed stunt just settled the question for me.

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    • Corinthian Scales
      August 22, 2018 at 9:12 pm

      Not everything appears to be as it is once the curtains fall off the gamed vagina, does it Department of the Navy?

      Dr. Guzman, is the right man, in the right place, at the right time.

      I hope the MIGOP circus doesn’t fuck this up.

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      • August 23, 2018 at 7:01 am

        Oh, assume that the MIGOP will screw this up if they're given a chance to. That's the history for as far back as I can remember.

        The problem that I was having, and that I suspect that many delegates will have, is that Guzman hasn't done any delegate contact work . . . at all. No mailers, no e-mail, no phone, nothing . . . bupkus. Treder-Lang, on the other hand, has been sending out weekly e-mail blasts since she got into the race, and making delegate contact calls.

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        • Corinthian Scales
          August 24, 2018 at 12:11 pm

          So, Treder-Lang is running the same type of silly games her crony buddy Slick Rick ran?

          Perhaps, MIGOP delegates need to get the lead out of their asses, seek information themselves, and stop relying on being spoon-fed a bunch of Astroturf bullshit from a CrAzY-eYeD vagina?

          Just a passing thought...

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  3. Sue Schwartz
    August 23, 2018 at 7:49 am

    Jason, you hit the nail on the head with this. Nicely stated. I see much worse here--firstly, the cancelling of district caucuses by MI GOP.. These caucuses are important in that it allows opened process and discussion. Also, changes to bylaws require a vote of the delegates. Obviously, there's been a change in the bylaws making endorsements pre-primary and now before the convention. No caucus no vote. Secondly, The 1st Congressional District was instrumental in Trump winning MI. Logically, a continued draining of the swamp should be taking place. The powers that be in the state GOP, consider delegates an annoyance and their arrogance requires "group thinkers" targeting the CD1, as if to punish up for giving them a great @POTUS. They cannot think beyond their noses and we're right back to where we started. There are nine dangerous to conservative proposals on the ballot which will bring out whiny equines en mass. I see voters staying home in disgust having no exciting candidates to choose from yet this is probably the most important election in our lifetimes. WHAT ARE THEY THINKING!!!!?

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    • Jason
      August 23, 2018 at 7:53 am

      Re: Proposals.

      Its a post on its own.

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      • Sue Schwartz
        August 23, 2018 at 2:14 pm

        Another new proposal was ordered on the ballot by the court--minimum wage--yesterday.

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        • Corinthian Scales
          August 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm

          Mrs. Schwartz, want to know why the Michigan Court of Appeals voted 2-1?

          Jennifer Granholm.


          The MoleRattler™ remains a plague on the Great State of Michigan.

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