Now, back to work kiddies as you’ve got a lot of new welfare to pay for.
Folks, let’s begin by refreshing our memories with example of what a Pennsylvania Republican did for Obamacare by clicking HERE. Got it? Good. Now, let’s refresh our memories with looking at a career of being fed from the taxpayer’s wallet produces with this Lefty fear-mongering creep Bill Rustem, by clicking HERE. Got it? Good.
Snyder’s strategy director, Bill Rustem, said the state may try to follow a road funding game plan that was recently executed in Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled state government.
In November, lawmakers in the Keystone State boosted annual road funding by $2.3 billion through a gas-tax hike and gradual increase in vehicle license fees, said Bradley Mallory, deputy secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
“The price of doing nothing is higher than the price of not addressing the problem, including delay, detours, safety and including death,” Mallory said. “Doing nothing is not free. It is, in fact, enormously expensive.”
Pennsylvania’s success “gives us hope,” Rustem said, and “gives us a game plan for seeing this achieved sometime this year.”
Ah, the smell of Hopium™ and fear fills the atmosphere in Lansing, as the Obama and Milliken-esque is strong in this one guiding Dear Leader, the Progressive Nerd. Finding $200M of “shared sacrifice” with repealing Prevailing Wage from the union brotherhood to fix our roads?
Benishek, Camp, Rogers, and Upton, you all own Obamacare.
Now, why aren’t these good folks banging on their doors too?
Outside of the Johnny one note RTW whining that’s getting real old (didn’t address Public Sector), nonetheless, it is true that Rick Snyder did lie to his Democrat base that elected him.
Oh, joy… today makes it “official”.
via Crain’s Detroit
Belle Isle in Detroit is set to officially become Michigan’s newest state park.
The state is taking over the city-owned park under a 30–year lease deal with Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr.
On Oct. 1, Orr and Gov. Rick Snyder signed a proposed lease of the island to turn it into a state park; Detroit City Council counter-offered with a 10-year lease proposal, which was ultimately rejected by a state panel.
Included in the announcement of the proposed lease was the promise that the state would invest $10 million to $20 million in the park within the next three years.
The move goes into effect today; it’s expected to
save the bankrupt city[cost all state taxpayers] between $4 million and $6 million a year.
Bud Denker of Bloomfield Hills is senior vice president of Penske Corporation and executive vice president of Penske Automotive Group and Penske Performance. Denker joined the Penske enterprise after many years with several Fortune 100 companies including Eastman Kodak Company where he served as vice president of brand and marketing development. Since 2006, he has served as chairman of the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix and is also active in many Detroit-based organizations including the Downtown Detroit Partnership and The Parade Company.
It sure doesn’t take long for the dregs of the Third world voting MI-GOP to reveal what is their next scheme. For example? OK, take a full-time wannabe somebody in Oakland County, who used to be a staffer for ousted Joe “it’s not your money” Knollenberg, now working the crony nepotism angle for filling the opening of the National Committeewoman spot. Skip to 20:57 in the podbean.
Yippie. It’s the “Big Ronna” and “Little Ronna” show.
Oh, and old brother “arithmetic” Romney, 24 + 4 = 30
Michigan’s Gang Of Polyps. These people making up the state Party apparatchik truly are sociopaths.
“You’ve heard of the bridge to nowhere? Welcome to the jail for no one.”
Told ya. You’re getting warmer, Ross. However, that jail for no one will be gobbled up by Dan Gilbert for pennies on the dollar.
And, you’ve got a whole gaggle of MI-GOP bootlickers who watched Rakolta line his pockets, main one being, the State AG. Next question would reasonably be, what did the wife of former State AG (Commissioner Laura Cox) know, and when did she know it?
Will the FBI turn up improprieties surrounding Mitt’s National Finance Co-Chairmen, John Rakolta?
Sure are some strange bedfellows though…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Romney Press Office
September 8, 2011
857-288-3610MITT ROMNEY ANNOUNCES SUPPORT OF MICHIGAN SENATE MAJORITY LEADER RANDY RICHARDVILLE, BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS
Boston, MA – Mitt Romney today welcomed the support of Michigan Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville (R-Monroe), who will serve as a Co-Chair of the Romney campaign in Michigan.
“Michigan will be a critical state during the Republican nomination process, as well as the General Election, and I’m honored to have Majority Leader Richardville join my team,” said Mitt Romney.
“I am pleased to support Mitt Romney for president. I’ve had the opportunity to talk with Mitt specifically about Michigan and he clearly understands the challenges our state faces and his personal connections to our state will ensure that Michigan will be on his mind in the White House,” said Richardville. “Mitt’s background as a conservative businessman and successful Governor will make him a president we can count on to help Michigan get back on track.”
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, chairman of the Michigan Romney campaign, welcomed the addition of Majority Leader Richardville saying, “We are assembling a leadership team here in Michigan for Governor Romney that is second-to-none. Randy has exhibited strong leadership in the State Senate, sharing Governor Romney’s focus on jobs and the economy, and he will be a valuable asset as we win Michigan for Mitt Romney.”
In addition, the Romney campaign announced the support of the following Michigan business and community leaders:
National Finance Co-Chairmen
John Rakolta, Jr.
G. Scott Romney
Michigan Finance Co-Chairmen
Greg Schwartz, Sr.
Michigan Finance Committee Members – Southeast Michigan
John Rakolta III
Gregory Schwartz, Jr.
Michigan Finance Committee Members – West Michigan
Marge Byington Potter
John Van Fossen
Carol Van Andel
David Van Andel
Background On Senator Majority Leader Randy Richardville:
Randy Richardville was elected to the Michigan Senate in November, 2006. Upon re-election in 2010, he was selected as Senate Majority Leader. Prior to his election to the Senate, Randy spent three terms in the Michigan House of Representatives from 1999-2004. He held a leadership position in the House in each of his terms.
Prior to being elected to office, Randy worked in the business community – with 20 years of experience in Fortune 500 companies.
Hmmmm, and it was just on October 18 we all went through this.
“People expect the FBI to step in and do their job, but I would also say it’s possibly a missed opportunity for this state government and for us in Lansing to have shown that there is something that is there in our state that needs some looking in to, that we be willing to do it,” said Olumba.
Indeed Rep. Olumba. Hey, you know something Rep. Olumba, I was just thinking that maybe what happened to your request is…
No. Not saying. Just saying… what if?