By Nebu Ganesh
|Nebu Ganesh, PhD.|
In Michigan politics, personal integrity is
clearly not required.
|Jesus will understand. We'll get right back to|
the Judeo-Christian values thing once we have
|What's next, swirlies?|
It's our self respect that's going down the
|"I know you are, but what am I?"|
Bully, plagiarist and all around fat f**k Jim Stamas
believes in Machiavellianism, but has to cheat off of his
neighbor's paper to know how to spell it.
Freshman Democrat and Marine Corp veteran David Knezek from Dearborn Heights submitted bill HJR L on February 28th of this year in the Michigan House. Its purpose was to give returning veterans resident status for college tuition. Everyone loved the idea; so much so that Republican Representative Jim Stamas from Midland decided to plagiarize it. He told Knezek to pull his bill because he was taking it. And sure enough, one week later House Joint Resolution N was introduced by Stamas. He didn't even bother to change anything. HJR N was identical word-for-word to Knezek's bill.
|Two-time Iraq War veteran David Knezek|
is an advocate for veteran rights. After Stamas ripped
off his homework, he graciously said he was happy to
see the bill passed, even if it wasn't his. What a sissy.
I'm not sure how low politicians will go to win, but it seems 2014 elections will reveal the answer. Old school baby-kissers are reaching farther down into the bag of dirty political tricks than they have since the post Civil War era. It's hard to know what embarrassingly low and crap-encrusted thing they may come up with next. I will just send out a warning to the good people of Michigan; don't carry your lunch money out to the playground. Your elected officials are also looking at fundraising schemes.
|"So's yer old man!"|
Republicans in the trenches have a different Growth
and Opportunity Project in mind. Stand back Preibus.
Let real men like Jim Stamas show you how to work