These Guys

Have sold Michigan down the river.

I will let the reader look up the origin, but the meaning is clear.  Michigan has been betrayed by these “representatives.”

Allow me to begin by presenting Michigan’s “esteemed” US Senators.

First we have the “you can’t replace me, cause Michigan will lose all that seniority” Carl (the Marx) Levin. Serving in the US Senate Has been Tough on Carl.  His net worth? Carl Levin’s net worth was between $1,396,019 and $3,091,000 in 2007, according to Levin’s mandated financial disclosure statements. Carl has done well for himself and has graciously accepted any PAC money that comes along to pad his overly abundant war chest.  Carl is a “rank and File Democrat, who voted for Bailouts, Health Care, and Carbon initiatives that have cost this state its manufacturing base.

Next, we have Debbie (I can feel global warming when I fly) Stabenow, who has the hand of leftist interest so far up her backside, you can see a ring finger when she opens her mouth to speak.  Even the cookie monster’s puppetry is more subtle.  The cookie monster is also smarter.  Stabenow’s net worth was between $-50,000 and $-15,001 in 2007, according to Stabenow’s mandated financial disclosure statements. Nuff said.

But hey, I get only two Senators to pick on.  Thank you, God.  The remainder of Michigan woes owes a great deal to the following Representatives.

In the “guess what I am going to do” category, is Michigan’s 1st Congressional district is Bart (Campaign aborted) Stupak. Bart went along with the shenanigans like the rest of them, but since he decided to bail, I won’t say much else. Stupak’s net worth was between $-1,675,982 and $29,996 in 2007, according to Stupak’s mandated financial disclosure statements. A wide range?

81 year old Dale Kildee (Still uses E-Harmony.com picture as official photo here) From Michigan’s 5th Congressional District, is moderate on Abortion, but joined with Stupak voting for Obamacare. Dale Kildee’s net worth was between $198,010 and $496,000 in 2007, according to Kildee’s mandated financial disclosure statements.

Michigan’s 7th district Mark Schauer, voted YES on enforcing limits on CO2 global warming pollution,  damaging Michigan’s industrial manufacturing base.  He sided with Stupak on the Health care. Mark Schauer’s net worth was between $218,023 and $746,000 in 2007, according to Schauer’s mandated financial disclosure statements.

Gary Peters, the 9th District Michigan Representative, Straight up Lefty, full of support for any individual liberty killing measure.  Carbon caps, Obamacare, etc..  Peters is so desperate, he has recently produced harsh lies about his opponent to keep his cherished seat.  Gary Peters’s net worth was between $47,020 and $356,000 in 2007.

Enjoying the fruits of the family business, Michigans 12th District Representative Sander Levin enjoys a perfect pro abort record and quite heartily endorses the dream of Margaret Sanger and the elimination of Blacks from our civilization.  Sander Levin’s net worth was between $-154,978 and $1,249,998 in 2007, according to Levin’s mandated financial disclosure statements.

Where would we be without Carolyn ‘Cheeks’ (not my son) Kilpatrick? Maybe a little better off. Thankfully, she is going. Pro abort, Pro Obamacare, Pro Carbon caps, Anti Michigan. Carolyn Kilpatrick’s net worth was between $102,019 and $481,000 in 2007, according to Kilpatrick’s mandated financial disclosure statements.

Read the bill, READ THE BILL? John Conyers of Michigan’s 14th Congressional District has failed Michigan for 45 years.  It is reported he actually READ A BILL in 1972 before signing it.  About as far left as you can go without falling off the flat earth he resides, John Conyers’s net worth was between $-14,999 and $30,000 in 2007, according to Conyers’s mandated financial disclosure statements. Riiiight…  Oh yeah, his wife is a convicted felon, for misusing public money. Of course I am SURE he knew nothing about that.

Last but not least, is 400 year old ‘Methuselah’ John Dingell Adamms of the 15th Congressional District for Michigan. It is said he can light a CFL bulb by screwing it into his dentures.  But that is all he can do.  His votes follow the progressive agenda in a rank and file manner, and have cost this state its once magnificent industrial base.  Yes on CO2 caps, limits etc..  A small deposit of $10 in a small bank when Dingell first joined congress now has John Dingell’s net worth between $2,357,088 and $6,134,000 in 2007, according to Dingell’s mandated financial disclosure statements.

Thanks to the wonderful Representatives above Michigan is a thriving… um.. oh yeah right.  Is a blighted state, replete with unemployment woes, business interests leaving, and high taxes.  Not because they voted in our local legislature, but rather because they did not act as representatives in the nation’s capitol.  they did NOT represent the best interests of our state which relies so heavily on its industrial base, and sound moral foundation for strong families.

We have been sold down the river to interests that are contrary to our own.  We are nearly completely “owned” by the masters in Washington DC, because of these collaborators with the enemies of Michigan’s best interest.   They are enemies of OUR STATE.

Two are already gone..  Its now time to clean house.

6 comments for “These Guys

  1. AynsGrandkid
    October 7, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    You get rid of them by supporting their opponents…and that means getting off the couch, finding who can beat them, actually putting some money in the game and volunteering. Dr. Rob Steele is running against Dingell, and is polling very close. Dingell has the money and no scruples…he’ll happily ruin the reputation of a fine cardiologist and constituent just to keep His Rightful Seat. All hands on deck folks or no complaining when the ship sinks. http://www.robsteeleforcongress.com

  2. JGillman
    October 7, 2010 at 12:14 pm

    Rob Steele would be a GREAT replacement!

  3. John Doe
    October 13, 2010 at 6:54 am

    What utter crap! There isn’t a single piece of objective information in the entire posting. The fact that it immediately starts off with callow name-calling e.g. “Carl (Marx) Levin” clearly indicates the totally misinformed bias. The current situation of debt in this country was predicted by the Congressional Budget Office before George Bush left office. Without the stimulus spending, things would be a lot worse and what we almost certainly need is massive investment in infrastructure spending to get the economy back on the rails. If we could reduce health care per head spending to the level of Europe and Canada, then the deficit problems predicted for the future would disappear, really! Just by fixing that one issue! Obama health care has many basic good things in it that it would be lunacy to repeal yet the right wing simply want to trash it because it was Obama’s, regardless of whether that moves the USA backwards in terms of health care.

    My main complaint about the current Democratic incumbents up to and including Obama is that they have not been vocal enough in calling out the outrageous partisanship of the Republicans who vote right down party lines thus blocking any progress. R’s are also prepared to lie to the electorate without any regard to the possibility that such gross irresponsibility will ruin the country; as long as they get elected, they don’t care.

    The biggest lesson that could be learned from reading the history books about the Great Depression is that reducing deficits by stopping Government spending does not restart an economy, it puts many, many, more out of a job; this reduces government income (more paid out, less tax income in) which reduces employment (governmet layoffs), and so on.

    If the deficit hawks get control in 2012, I truly fear for the USA.

    • JGillman
      October 13, 2010 at 10:41 am

      Objective reporting is not my goal.

      You are completely off-the-hook wrong however, on your assessment that there is a need for further spending. “Progressive” spending and inflationary goals are not at all healthy in ANY environment. And reducing health care spending artificially by government edict does not promote better health.

      Markets produce. Government takes away. Fact. The more government takes away, the less markets produce. Fact

      The great depression was made worse by government’s interference, and now we face even more obstacles to the little guy getting a leg up, by the government’s capitulation with the corporate cronies’ like GE, and Sachs.

      You defend what you decry. Look deeper.

    • Corinthian Scales
      October 13, 2010 at 11:08 pm

      Huh? Are you serious John Doe?

      “My main complaint about the current Democratic incumbents up to and including Obama is that they have not been vocal enough in calling out the outrageous partisanship of the Republicans who vote right down party lines thus blocking any progress.”

      The Dimocrat Party has controlled the House and Senate since 2007. They are the ones that passed the budgets that created the debt while Boooosh was in Office. I do however, squarely blame Boooosh for not vetoing the out of control pork and social program Dimocrat budgets.

      Now, tell me… How many Republican votes were needed to pass Obummercare? How many Republican votes were needed to pass the $787 billion Porkulus Bill? How many Republican votes were needed to pass the auto takeovers, err, UAW payola?

      A hint… the answer is NONE were needed. Now, how many did vote for them? The RINO’s like Arlen Sphincter who’s now back on your Dimocrat Party team of wealth spreading Marxists. Enjoy.

      “The biggest lesson that could be learned from reading the history books about the Great Depression is that reducing deficits by stopping Government spending does not restart an economy, it puts many, many, more out of a job; this reduces government income (more paid out, less tax income in) which reduces employment (governmet layoffs), and so on.”

      Jesus H Christ! John, take your blinders off and look around Michigan. It is thee example of a government that has spent its way to unemployment and poverty. Lansing is run by Tax and Spend Dimocrats in the House and governors Office. The Senate is loaded with Dimocrat leaning RINO’s. Theoretically, you have what you call a model for success right there in Lansing.

      So John, how many times do you need failed results before you learn, or are you just insane?

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