Sunday, July 23, 2017

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Who would you vote for?  Awesome rocker?  

Or up tight church lady?


"Stop that right now young man! And wash that filthy hair!


8 comments:

  1. I live in MI, and I have been praying for ANYONE to run against Debbie Stab us in the back. She toes the party line perfectly, every time. I have written to her on many occasions, and gotten the form letter, every time. Kid Rock at least cares about the state, and would listen to the people. I have never given money to a candidate yet, but to him, I would actually give money and campaign.

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  2. ROCK ON KID. End the establishment pukes.

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  3. ROCK ON KID. End the establishment pukes.

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  4. It would depend on her ACTUAL voting record.

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  5. I read an article yesterday about all the opposition research that would be used to torpedo Ritchie/Rock. I'm calling BS on that: oppo research is only effective when carefully doled out at specific times. The guy made a career out of exposing his life, so nothing is going to surprise anyone. Like Trump, Rock will cross traditional party and ideological lines (the dude did duets with both Snoop and Waylon...who can't love that).

    Besides, anyone who bedded Pam Anderson and then kicked her to the curb because she's a dingbat gets my vote.

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  6. I have written to Debbie Stabenow about gun control several times. Each time,I get the same canned form letter, telling me that she comes from a hunting family and that she is a strong supporter of the 2nd amendment, blah, blah, blah, but that common sense gun laws to keep us safe are needed etc. Never addressing what I have written, of course. I wrote to Carl Levin, before, and while he disagreed with me, he answered my letter personally, and told me why he felt the way he did, and voted the way he did. I wrote back and told him that I disagreed with him, but that I would support him,as I wanted a stand up guy in office, and not someone afraid to support his position and to speak to his people. He was a politician, but a gentleman. That is what I hope we get to replace Stabenow, no matter who it is.

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