So, it was about creating the ordained all along.
Have to thank the Millennial midwit and now, Laura Cox, for reminding me why long ago I stopped contributing to the MI-GOP. It’s nothing other than pouring money into a political swamp- always donate directly to the candidate. Why you ask? Well, as observed across the nation👇
Notice how the Whitmer kidnapping story disappeared after we found out the perps were ANTIFA and BLM anarchists?
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) October 13, 2020
That’s right, nobody is buying this bullshit story. I mean absolutely nobody with a normal functioning brain is buying it. And, anyone thinking these bastards on The Left aren’t milking it here locally for all its worth before the election has rocks in their head. As if this dickhead wasn’t part of the Hutaree farce, right? GMAFB. You see, a rational minded person is willing to weigh all evidence and opinion BEFORE passing judgement.
Well, not so in the new Cancel Culture MI-GOP.
It should come as no surprise to any conservative that the SWAMP is looming over the MIGOP State Convention scheduled to take place Friday and Saturday at the Lansing Center. While we tell voters we are going to drain the swamp, typically the swamp is coronated at these kind of affairs. It’s part of the immense hypocrisy that stains our party.
The swamp has its chosen candidates picked out. At the top of the ticket is former State Rep. Laura Cox, who lost a winnable State Senate seat to a completely unknown Democrat no-name challenger last year. After demonstrating her inability to connect with the public, she is going to be rewarded with the biggest leadership position in the party. It doesn’t get much more swampy than that.
Making matters worse, Cox is running a gutter campaign against her opponent Gina Barr, who was Director of Women and Urban Engagement for the Republican National Committee and worked as a regional field director helping win elections for Republicans across the country. The special interests are deluging delegates with false information urging them to vote for Cox, whose record of supporting tax hikes, spending increases, and crony capitalism in the state legislature is well-known.
Well, yesterday’s, as I just noticed today but, it is noteworthy: Click here.
You see, once one moves past what I call Chuck’s cutesy outhouse-genius mentality of telling wondering tales, it all comes down to the $116,000,000.00 baked into Proposal 1 that Chuck & Co. would like to get their hands on for Rick Snyder’s perpetual Detroit bailout and his Utopian moving of chattel schemes.
There are many viable Plan B options in the works, and we all know that. The end.
Ps. we all should thank our lucky stars for term limits. Moving to a part time legislature is way past its needing, too.
Pps. does one wonder why Chuck is so sensitive about protecting the insurance lobby sitting on $18 Billion without ever opening up their books for audit?
“Fitch downgraded $203 million in building authority bonds, $186 million in limited general obligation bonds and $51 million in stadium refunding bonds. … jail boondoggle that wasted $130 million and counting.
Wayne County has a structural debt of $50 million and $40 million more is needed each year to bring its pension system back – the underfunding accounts for about 70 percent of the long-term debt of $2.9 billion.”
Hmmm… bond issues, huh?