Will you support Gov. Rick Snyder should he run for re-election?


Mark Brooky

Gov. Snyder has all but declared his re-election bid in 2014. To read the story, CLICK HERE.


Keep the progress rolling in Michigan!! Great news!!


Anyone who would vote to re-elect Governor Snyder has got rocks for brains.


Agree 110%.


@atomicRooster . . . I guess you just need to call me Rocky.


I think BLOCKHEAD is more appropriate for you.


OK ... that will be fine @atomicRooster . . . by the way, I love the name . . . where did that come from?


I'm talking out of turn here, but I'm guessing he's named after the 70's era British progressive rock band.



But...I could be wrong.


Considering how highly concentrated the Republican constituary are in this area, the closeness of the voting on here (although heavily leaning now away from the first two answers) obviously shows more liberals really do know how to operate computers now. Or maybe the majority of the people are just not happy with THE GEEK and his cronies.


It's not so much the Nerd, it's those craven congresscritters.....


The Guv has been busy in China, trying to sell Michigan and Detroit - reel cheep! 'Debt trailed Governor Rick Snyder to China last week, where he tried to entice cash-rich Chinese to invest in his state, Michigan, and its tarnished jewel, the bankrupt city of Detroit.'

Too bad China has it's own problems - 'Instead, Chinese reporters wanted the governor’s advice on how China should handle its own municipal debt, the scale of which is unknown but may be large — perhaps unmanageably large in some areas. Earlier this year, a former finance minister, Xiang Huaicheng, said local government debt might total as much as 20 trillion renminbi, or about $3.3 trillion, according to Reuters.'



Love his new ad--NOT! Are you kidding? Seriously, he grew up in a 900 square foot house? Too bad he doesn't remember how those times were for the normal Joe instead of his deep pockets. He needs to be taken out with the trash.

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