Speaking of those that “shriek,” once again Kenny is right on cue with another hatchet piece directed at those who support Natural marriage.
To hear Michigan’s social authoritarian Republican fringe speak of it, the Great Lakes Education Project is the epitome of “RINO” advocacy – the dreaded “Republican In Name Only” pejorative.
Which, that is precisely what the GLEP is when its ringleaders (Board included) finance Democrats under the guise of “choice”. Care to discuss Common Core, too?
This year, GLEP is involved in many GOP primaries, but those on its bad side are now howling about a supposed anti-conservative agenda.
See what Kenny did there? Natural marriage = bad side. Ghey “marriage” = good side. These folks remind me of listening to the dysfunction that is Barack Obama.
What are the lengths this bitter clique of McNeilly, Braun, Hoekstra, and Drolet (what the Hell? Toss in there the alleged world’s oldest virgin, yannow, Bigot Bullets, too), will go to carry the water for their agenda of normalizing perverts?
The definition of “RINO” sure has changed. More than a dozen years ago, with a school-choice supporting Republican governor (Engler) and [snip]
There is the answer. Engler DID NOT support vouchers and, Barracuda Betsy threw a hissy-fit, grabbed her Alticor purse, and quit as MI-GOP chair. Anything else is just revisionist history and writing bald face lies.
There you go, folks. Progressivism is a mental disorder that Harry Hay and The Left revel in. Dick and Betsy bankrolling it all? Well, their “stealth agenda” is no secret either. As long as the Wooden Shoe Mafia’s globalist Bush clan ties can keep their fingers on the curriculum and testing standards, they will have an abundant supply of useful idiots. Some of which, a fringe 2.3% like to think that it all started with Adam and Steve.
After finding this site in 2008, I used to come somewhat regularly to learn and grow in my conservative beliefs. This site used to inspire discourse and help spread a Conservative message. I'm truly saddened by what it has become. This article is a new low. I don't think I'll be back.
I wince sometimes too.
Then I look at the damage the people referenced above have done to our state and its political process, and regain my composure. CS doesn't always put it in the ways that make you feel comfortable, but he is correct in his assessments more often than not.
So join the four other 'saddened' individuals who cannot see the destruction of the this nation's traditions, and the Republican party and its platform from within as the problem that it is. No one will notice.
Well, Jim, I reckon that's just the way the mop flops. If you want to predicate what you consider "to inspire discourse and help spread a Conservative message" based upon cowering from bold faced lies by those with agenda, then you're right - this place isn't for you.
Then again, I couldn't imagine wanting to be around a cowering representative of Holy Cross Council #2739, either.
Thanks for your comment, and adios, Jim.