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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
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I can't wait for the Biden debates.
Midwestern values, and a plan already presented to deal with the debt and deficit, Ryan is a pretty solid pick with little negatives for the left to pick apart. There will be detractors of both sides, and folks like myself would have preferred an Allen West pick, but this is not an overall bad move for team Romney.
I watched this live a couple of years ago, and was very impressed.
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The lib's at the Detroit Free Press (Detroit's liberal news paper) is making a big issue over a simple question on Michigan's August primary ballot.
Apparently many people (Democrats) are confused by this question:
"Are you a United States Citizen?"
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Ow. - ED
"Climate change is very real," she confessed as she embraced cap and trade's massive tax increase on Michigan industry - at the same time claiming, against all the evidence, that it would not lead to an increase in manufacturing costs or energy prices. "Global warming creates volatility. I feel it when I'm flying. The storms are more volatile. We are paying the price in more hurricanes and tornadoes."
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Update [2012-5-28 20:17:12 by JGillman]: Taps in Traverse City below the fold
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Some bathroom reading material for us.
Huh, I don't think Mary Sue Coleman's salary (a bit over $730,000.00 total package) is high enough, so you better up that $268,000,000.00 a few million more.
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What a great ad.
Credit where due.
Pass the Twinkies.
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+ Michigan disabled vets could see property tax relief
+ White House insists Obama was not involved in IRS
+ Obama to speak on legality of drone program
+ Tea party looks to take advantage of moment
+ Emails show Snyder aides aware of 'skunk works' group
+ Mich. Rep. Camp: IRS lied, must clean house
+ Military to re-train leaders on sexual assault prevention
+ Organic food companies gain Washington clout
+ GOP hopes IRS scandal will snag health care law
+ Obama talks jobs, says politics misplace focus
+ Audit questions use of Mich. petroleum tax revenues
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