A new poll by veteran pollster Steve Mitchell seems to confirm the first term congressman’s vulnerability.
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The idea that the government can choke the ammo market is ironic given Republicans” blind faith in free markets.
I hate thinking that Detroit must go down more to come up again. When I talk to my many friends in recovery they remind me that it was not the millions of times that someone told them to change, but the fact that they had nowhere else to go that made them change. It was … Continue Reading →
“No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate. They know that this is the place that we were born and raised.” – Mitt Romney, at a campaign stop in his home state of Michigan Yeah, Romney said it. It got a good chuckle, and I hope he says it again. Unlike fellow blogger Libby … Continue Reading →
It wasn’t the safest choice, or the most opportunistic choice. But it certainly was a fighting choice. Using the perfect metaphorical backdrop of the battleship USS Wisconsin, Mitt Romney threw a solid punch at Democrats by announcing Paul Ryan as his VP running mate. Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan is a stellar line in … Continue Reading →
Gary Peters looks white. I never heard him say he was. Hansen Clarke has said he’s black. Does it matter? Some say he’s Latino, others said they know he’s Arab, but both men are running for a national office from a city that is minority-majority black, a city that has been the “black and proud” … Continue Reading →
“Better to burn out than to fade away,” goes the great rock lyric. And like one of the hedonistic rockers that Thad McCotter loved to quote on the House floor , the guitar-wielding Michigan rep imploded in career-ending self-destruction this weekend when he abruptly resigned from Congress – leaving his fans puzzled and his Republican … Continue Reading →
There are people that claim to be devoted Christians that work hard at taking the sure black vote from the Democratic Party. The Democrats have been able to count on the black vote since John Kennedy. They haven’t had to promise blacks anything or do very little that benefited blacks in any way. Black voters … Continue Reading →