Tuesday, February 02, 2010

The State of the Citizen is Here



Tomorrow February 3, 2010, the people of Michigan will hear the real condition of the State of Michigan as understood and felt by it's citizens. We hope you will join us at 6:30 - 8:30pm outside the Capitol Building. It will be interesting to see if any of our legislators show to listen to their constituents.

The governor will be speaking inside the building at the same time. It is not unusual for the taxpayers to be left out in the cold. Our politicians need to understand that we will not go away and given the severity of the issues we can not give up because the stakes are to high.

6 comments:

Communications guru said...

Since you know so little about government, perhaps someone should tell you that the House and Senate are actually in session during the state of the state. I would think Mr. Drolet would know that, but perhaps he’s preoccupied defending the fraud you used in the recall of Andy Dillon. It would also be disrespectful not to be there, but since you teabaggers thrive on disrespect, that’s not a concern to you.

WCTaxpayers said...

Dear guru,you are not going to pretend that they have never missed a session before are you? If there was any fraud in the Dillon recall it was not knowingly done by us. Maybe it was a setup by the thugs he or his friends sent out to harrass and intimedate us.

The tone of your comment proves my point. Nasty is as nasty does.

Communications guru said...

Are you going to post my comments from a few days ago where I debunked your lie about thugs?

WCTaxpayers said...

You will have to resend it. I tried to post it but I got a reply that it was already moderated. That was even nastier than the first one.

Communications guru said...

Wow, what a copout. I have no idea who sent a nasty comment because none of my comments were nasty, unless you consider the truth nasty.

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