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Michigans Votes won't count anyway

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Jerbear, Jan 9, 2008.

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  1. Jerbear

    Jerbear TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Typical democraps, can't get their sh!t together. Vote for who you want as long as it's Billary or uncommitted.(That's all that is on the ballot, (NO WRITE IN'S) That will void your ballot but if you think you may have done something wrong you can get a new ballot... Humm

    Dingell and her buddies thought they could get Michigan primary bumped up without penalties. HA!

    You need to committed to vote democrap anyways so go ahead. The delegates for the Democraps won't count as of now. ha ha what a joke.

    Republicans are at least going to get 1/2 of their delegates counted as of now.

    Why bother to vote on the 15th. If your a Democrap the committee gets to use your uncommitted votes as they see fit...NOT YOU... as of now. Who knows what will happen.

    ah politics in Michigan... you gotta love it.

    Now we have 2 a$$hole {Republicans I might add} that want to make this a "Rite to Work State"


    "Representatives Jacob Hoogendyk, Jr. (R-Portage) and Kevin Elsenheimer (R-Bellaire) have introduced a two bill legislative package that would make Michigan a right-to-work (for less) state. Hoogendyk's bill (HB 4454) would impact private sector workers. Elsenheimer's bill (HB 4455) would impact public employees. These bills have been referred to the House Labor Committee.

    These bills increase corporate profits by destroying unions, cutting worker pay and eliminating benefits"

    Vote them out or throw them out. Last one out of Michigan turn out the light...hell leave it on let Grandmole to turn off.

    Sorry, Rant is over, just needed to vent.

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