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1gobluedem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-12-11 12:47 PM
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5. I use my brain enough to know the difference between know and no
And Snyder is stacking his administration with old Engler-ites whose "solutions" are tax breaks for corporations and billionaires, crushing unions, contributing to the homeless problem by closing mental facilities, cutting funds for municipalities and schools, and slashing services. I know that didn't work before and it won't work now.

Michigan needs to diversify its economy, yes. But with strong corporations, a return to manufacturing (diversified), and good paying jobs for the middle class. Snyder encourages 'entreprenuers,' i.e. small, privately-owned businesses that employ very few and pay them less, by recommending that the SBT tax be eliminated and regulations relaxed. Sounds like disaster to me -- just like the Engler administration. John Engler raped and plundered Michigan then ran away to Virginia with the spoils (coward wouldn't even live in the state after he sold us down the river), leaving Governor Granholm a nearly impossible rebuilding job. Now Snyder will benefit from the changes she began and won't be dealing with an obstructionist Senate Leader either.
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