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Devil Baby Attack!

Tax Day in Michigan

Michigan taxpayers take their anger out on Gov. Rick Snyder
http://www.freep.com/article/20130415/NEWS15/304150087/Michigan-taxpayer...
Quote:
But this year, Gov. Rick Snyder is getting much of the blowback as tax changes he pushed through the Legislature in early 2011 -- such as taxes on pension income and reductions in the Homestead Property Tax Credit -- are affecting Michigan tax returns for the first time.

Rick Snyder's right-to-work poll crash

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's right-to-work poll crash
http://www.politico.com/story/2012/12/rick-snyders-right-to-work-poll-cr...
From article:
"Snyder’s approval rating is at 38 percent while his disapproval rating clocks in at 56 percent. Last month, his approval rating was 47 percent, according to a PPP poll, with a disapproval rating of 37 percent, resulting in a net-28 point drop this month."

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2012/12/rick-snyders-right-to-work-poll-cr...

Union fails in Wisconsin

Not only did the union backed candidate fail to win the Dem primary, the union members themselves failed to vote. Story below says it all.
The numbers don’t lie, do they? That all depends, I guess, on which numbers you mean.

After a year of protesting and fighting to recall Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, an interesting number peered its way into the public yesterday—the primary vote tally. The total number of votes cast in the Democratic Party primary for Governor was only 650,725.

Why is this number so interesting?

My Final Word on SB 5

I had a chance to discuss SB 5 with some friends of mine the other day. They are non-union teachers, public non-union occupations, and others. As a result, I've had a slight change of heart about about SB 5.

First off, Ohioans on balance are not an extreme bunch. We are neither a red or blue state. If anything, Ohio is a tic right of center...a tad more blue in our purple.

American Heartland Presidential Power Rankings

2012 Presidential Power Rankings (note: this is not who I think is going to win. This is who I think would be the strongest candidate)

1. NJ Gov. Chris Christie (R)- I know, not running, was never going to run. But in these tumultuous times and economic uncertainty, Obama would have had a hard time winning against Christie.

Dem party Chairman Chris Redfern speaks out against Former Fox News Host John Kasich

Dems cite Kasich ties to Murdoch
Party to ask governor to give Fox pay to charity

"I wish it weren't true," Mr. Redfern wrote. "I wish that Ohio did not have a governor who was so closely tied to the slimeballs at News Corp. who engaged in despicable practices. I wish our governor didn't have such a close relationship with a man who makes a fortune off of lying to the American people." (MORE)

http://www.toledoblade.com/Politics/2011/07/20/Dems-cite-Kasich-ties-to-...

Live Stream: Governor John Kasich @ Toledo Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Toledo and the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce are proud to be hosting Governor John Kasich on Monday, February 7, 2011, beginning at 12:00 p.m. The Governor will discuss "Restoring Ohio’s Competiveness". WGTE Public Media will stream the public meeting live on the Knowledge Stream Website (http://www.knowledgestream.org.)

Citizens may attend the meeting virtually and provide feedback by posting comments live during the event.

What: Live, online streaming of Governor John Kasich @ Toledo Rotary Club

When: Monday, February 7, 2011, at 12:00 p.m.

California Supreme Court Justice Carlos Moreno to Step Down as He Urges the Governor to Replace him with a "Latino"

California Supreme Court Justice Carlos Moreno has announded today that he will step down from the bench at the end of Febrauary, 2011.

In a statment to the press, Moreno, 62, stated that "the time was ripe" for him to "seek a new direction."

Additionaly, Moreno, in a written statment stated:

"It has been a truly unique honor and privilege to have served the people of California as a judge for over 24 years and, together with my great colleagues on the court, to have played a modest role in shaping California jurisprudence."

Ohio's new governor ready for a fight over his changes

The Toledo Blade
Article published January 02, 2011
Ohio's new governor ready for a fight over his changes

By JIM PROVANCE and TOM TROY
BLADE STAFF WRITERS

COLUMBUS — There's been no doubt that there will be budget cuts after Governor-elect John Kasich takes office, and he was warning even before the election that there would be protests over some of what he plans. (MORE) http://www.toledoblade.com/article/20110102/NEWS16/110109954#rfocus

Quote from article:
Mr. Kasich said he will seek "equity" through civil service reform.

2012 Republican Presidential Power Rankings- Updated

2012 Presidential Power Rankings (note: this is not who I think is going to run. This is who I think would be the strongest candidate)

**note: I knew I forgot someone...Daniels.

1. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie

2. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer

3. Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels

4. General David Petraeus

5. Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin

Future Michigan Governor Virg Bernero supports American auto workers. Rich Iott would vote against auto worker bailout.

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Robert Ekas ensures the freedom of American society

GOVERNOR APPOINTS CHRIS MYERS AS CHAIRMAN OD LCRP !!!

In an unprecedented move, Governor Terry Shankland stepped into the fray and settled the dispute in Lucas County concerning Chairmanship of the Lucas County Republican Party.

Neither Jon Stainbrook or Jeff Simpson was appointed. In his search for the best and the brightest in Lucas County, Governor Shankland appointed CHRIS MYERS as head of the local Republican Party.

Acknowledgeing Myers' dismal political failures in his previous attempts to become elected to Toledo School Board, Governor Shankland laughed, and said " It's nowhere but up for that boy, y'all heah me ?"

Say it aint so.....

Is it true? Was it clever editing? Did she really have her thoughts on her hand?

Representative Terry Boose Reacts to Governor’s State of the State

Governor gives lip service to job creation but has no plan to reform Ohio’s Government or support job creation.

Columbus – Following Governor Strickland’s State of the State address, Representative Terry Boose (R-Norwalk) delivered the following remarks:

Strickland’s Address Leaves Many With Questions

House Republicans fill in the blanks of the governor’s State of the State address

Columbus—Following Gov. Strickland’s State of the State address, Rep. Barbara Sears (R-Sylvania) delivered the following remarks:

Ohio Jobless Rate Soars Under Democrat Leadership

Increased unemployment and business exodus plagues state

Columbus—With Ohio’s unemployment at 10.9 percent, Governor Strickland and House Democrats have had more than a year to demonstrate how little their majority has accomplished. Since Governor Strickland took office in 2007, more than 330,000 jobs were lost and 25 major employers abandoned Ohio for better business environments. Among these businesses are DHL of Wilmington, which took 8,000 jobs out of state, and NCR of Dayton, which accounted for 1,200 job losses.

Strickland, House Democrats Gamble With Education Schools Targeted As Political Pawns Throughout 2009

COLUMBUS— One year to the day House Democrats took the majority, State Representatives Jarrod Martin (R-Beavercreek), Seth Morgan, CPA, (R-Huber Heights), and Gerald Stebelton (R-Lancaster) summarized the 2009 legislative year as time of unfunded mandates on schools and damaging funding cuts to poorer districts, charter schools, e-schools and Catholic schools.

House Dems Tax & Spend Policies Cost Jobs 200,000 Ohio jobs lost in 2009

COLUMBUS— One year to the day House Democrats took the majority, State Representatives Todd Snitchler (R-Uniontown) Lynn Wachtmann and characterized 2009 as a year of devastating job loss and industry deterioration. With Democrat control, true economic reforms have failed to be established to further benefit Ohio’s national competitiveness and job climate.

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