Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Michigan: Draining the Swamp, Eliminating Blood Sucking Insects

Here’s all you need to know about Michigan primary results: the two candidates endorsed by President Trump won.

It’s not his fault that Attorney General Bill Schuette - who launched his political career 34 years ago with election to the U.S. House – is a RINO. His only viable rival in the race, Brian Calley, was an even bigger RINO. I loved Patrick Colbeck, my state senator, rocket scientist and certifiable conservative who was also running for governor, but he had no money, no campaign and sadly no talent for politics (something all RINOs have). So with Schuette as our candidate I’d say odds are better than good that the Democrats will re-take the governorship in November with their candidate Gretchen Whitmer – who is just a brunette version of Jennifer Granholm, for anyone who remembers that Michigan disaster:

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Better news, John James won his primary and will be the Republican candidate running against the hated Debbie Stabenow (D) in the fall. JJ has a better chance of unseating this old Hag than anyone else. As Biden once said about his famous-for-being-famous running mate:

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that's a storybook, man.”

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Except that, unlike Obama, James really is all that; and he has the accomplishments to prove it:

A husband, father, combat veteran, and businessman, John James is a conservative Republican. The former Army Captain and West Point graduate is President of James Group International, a supply-chain logistics company in Detroit.

So maybe, just maybe, Michigan can do it’s bit in November to drain the swamp.

And speaking of swamps and bloodsucking insects:  I see that the BBC blames global warming for the death of…mosquitoes: Summer heat kills off Finland's mosquitoes. Only two problems: 1) it’s not true; if it were malaria and dengue fever probably wouldn’t be a problem in sub-tropic Africa, and 2) even if it was, what’s the downside? I mean, they’re sort of like ISIS in that respect.

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