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Rep. Thaddeus McCotter just ended his write-in campaign. I think he’s decided to join The Avengers’ sequel.
To hear the MIGOP trying to sell this idea of “write-in,” I wonder why they’re selling you empty promises. Follow along, folks. This is what Michigan law actually says: MCL 168.541 District primary elections; not held when no opposition; certification of candidates; notice to city and township clerks. “If upon the expiration of the time for … Continue Reading →
It’s just a shame to see that Thad McCotter’s run for president has left him in the lurch. For the newly redistricted 11th, however, the door opens for another of the MIGOP to take his place. After a quick blip in the presidential GOP primary, one should wonder why Thad didn’t do his homework. In … Continue Reading →
The GOP may have the cure for what ails them, or perhaps they’re finally coming to terms with the nominee they most certainly have now. For a long time, a nutritious red-meat diet of political rhetoric kept the base healthy, even as the real ailment still hasn’t been cured, but tucked away from sight. So … Continue Reading →