Who do you support for Attorney Gener...

“Come and get it! ”

Since: Jan 09

Traverse City

#75 Jan 4, 2011
Beats me wrote:
I don't really know that much, but I suppose doing some research won't hurt.
How about WHO THE HELL CARES? The election was two months ago...

Why don't you people move on?

Bradenton, FL

#76 Jan 5, 2011
Wait until Bill Daley, Co-author of NAFTA, becomes Obama's chief of staff. Now the entire country can feel the terror of mob control the way Chicagoan's have for decades.

Kent City, MI

#77 Jan 5, 2011
What the hell does the co-author of NAFTA have to do with "Who do you support for Attorney General in Michigan in 2010?" These postings illustrate how people who believe they are politically endowed easily sway from the POINT being made or the question being asked.

“O__o ?”

Since: May 08


#78 Jan 5, 2011
I can't even remember who was elected AG, anyone want to tell me? Shows how much I pay attention to politics!

Since: Jan 11

Paragould, AR

#79 Jan 6, 2011

Troy, MI

#80 Jan 6, 2011
we support panafrican. Go panny!
Michigan Mom

Cornell, MI

#81 Jan 14, 2011
Marti from Michigan...Bill Schuette was elected Attorney General. Prior to that, he was a judge on the MI Ct. of Appeals. Pretty solid record.

The race for AG inside the MI-GOP was between Bill Schuette and Mike Bishop. I met both candidates. Bill was absolutely genuine, not at all prideful. The other one didn't even look me in the eye when he spoke. Their presentations at the GOP convention were quite telling, as well.

I would submit to all of you...that, prior to elections, it is a wise endeavor to try and meet your candidates - as well as their opponents - whenever possible. You will get a much better idea of what they are really like, if you can zero in on factors like eye contact, responsiveness to questions, body language, etc. I'm not saying there aren't candidates out there who can't pull the wool over your eyes, but, you will feel far more confident about your choice if you can meet the candidate in person.

Alpena, MI

#83 Jan 22, 2011
Raymond Burr

United States

#85 Jan 27, 2011
It was the butler in the kitchen.
word girl

Kansas City, KS

#87 Feb 25, 2011
Is our new AG using the 62,000 dollar gym that Cox had built? It's projects like this, and we all know every state enjoys spending this way, that can be cut therefor lessen the wounds of where they are taking the hatchet to now. And how about making Congress and the State Reps pay for their own health care? No more perks at the tax payer expense. Let them pay for the luxuries they wallow in. To be of compromise, they could write some off at tax time. I thought we were supposed to see gov't spending cuts? I'm referring to what they spend on themselves with our tax monies.

Allendale, MI

#88 Feb 28, 2011
Say what you may... Mr. Cox wasn't as bad as some of our previous AG's. Had an issue with a West Michigan Bank a few years ago. With precise (software) timing, the federally insured institution set my daughter in arrears to which Dad had to take care of. In opposition to the "Uniform Banking Code", which made any transaction (as they performed it) illegal. I dropped the dime (as did many others). I contacted Mr. Coxs' office... and within 2 days, a certain bank manager was more than sickingly nice (has been for 2 yrs. now). Imagine that. The same financial institution may owe you money. Yet, they only are required to go back 3 years if my info is correct (even though they played an illegal game for 7 years+). Oh well, better a little something than nothing at all.
Get Back To What Matters

United States

#89 Feb 28, 2011

“Pleasantly Deranged”

Since: Apr 08

West Michigan

#97 Mar 19, 2011
Willie Nelson!

“Fight for what is right”

Since: Feb 11

Farmington, Michigan

#98 Mar 22, 2011
So, did you get your wish? Bill Schuette was the first AG of the 14 medical marijuana states to say that the registry, which is protected by state law, should be given over to the DEA because they requested it. All other states turned down this request because they respect the people rights and their will. If B.S. believes that is right, then let him pay $42,000 in fines and let him spend the next 21 years in jail as that is our state law. He is in direct opposition to the will of 63% of our voters and by this opposition is, in fact, going to cost us, the taxpayers, much money paying out the wrongful lawsuits and arrests. But don't worry because it looks like Oakland County will be paying out the most money thanks to Sheriff Bouchard and his 'stomp on citizens rights campaign. I read in the 2008 election that there were 1.1 million more votes for medical marijuana than Rick Snyder and 1.5 million more votes for medical marijuana than for Bill S. Hopefully this will mean something down the road. Certainly with all of the financial woes we can regulate and tax medical marijuana. Remember marijuana is the 22nd most dangerous drug right behind aspirin.

“I yam what I yam”

Since: Mar 11

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#101 Mar 30, 2011
Jesco White

Bradenton, FL

#102 Mar 30, 2011
Jen Ward wrote:
Jesco White
who is that?

“I yam what I yam”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#103 Mar 30, 2011
Google him. He can represent.

Allen, TX

#104 Mar 31, 2011
Jen Ward wrote:
Google him. He can represent.
ha..ha..ha.. that's too funny

Gwinn, MI

#105 Mar 31, 2011
Akmed Sirkir wrote:
Why vote? Voting in this country is a scam. The communist's rule.
The Fascists rule They are all crooks If the powers that be don,t want someone found, they will not be found http://www.youtube.com/watch ... http://www.youtube.com/watch ... http://www.youtube.com/watch ... http://www.youtube.com/watch ... http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
What bound all so-called “America First” movements prior to World War II was their common hatred for labor unions, Communists and Socialists, Jews, and most definitely, the administration of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Vereide’s Prayer Breakfast Movement, pro-Nazi German groups like the Bund, and a resurgent Ku Klux Klan had more than propaganda in common – they had an interlocking leadership and a coordinated political agenda.
Not only was Vereide pro-Hitler, he was the only Norwegian of note, who was not officially a Nazi, who never condemned Norwegian Nazi leader Vidkun Quisling, a man whose name has become synonymous with traitor and who was executed in 1945. Vereide and Quisling were almost the same age, Vereide was born in 1886, Quisling in 1887. They both shared a link with the clergy, Vereide was a Methodist minister and Quisling was the son of a Lutheran minister. The Norwegian link to the Fellowship continues to this day but more on that later.
Another pro-Nazi Christian fundamentalist group that arose in the pre-Second World War years was the Moral Rearmament Movement. One recommendation of the Fraser Committee went unheeded by the incoming Reagan administration: a White House Task Force to investigate Moon and his operations. George H. W. Bush’s hat trick with the Iranian hostage takers ensured that Moon would not have to worry about White House interference.

http://www.insider-magazine.com/christianmafi ... EXPOSÉ: THE “CHRISTIAN” MAFIA

Where Those Who Now Run the U.S. Government Came From and Where They Are Taking Us
By Wayne Madsen

Junior Bush’s time in San Diego at a Christian drug and alcohol rehabilitation center is where the future President of the United States would first be given large doses of Jesus indoctrination. With Nixon’s resignation in disgrace and the Republicans taking a beating in the 1974 elections, little did the Fellowship realize what a huge catch they had made in George W. Bush. Gerald Ford’s administration vainly tried to salvage the Republican cause – but Ford would be defeated in the 1976 race against a born-again Christian, nuclear submarine commander, and former peanut farmer from Georgia named Jimmy Carter. True,
Frank Olson was an American citizen, born in 1910 and murdered in New York City in 1953 by the CIA. Here's an outline of the case:

Following the end of World War II the U.S. conducted "Operation Paperclip", which scoured Germany for Nazi scientists who could be useful. It found some who had conducted experiments on prisoners in Dachau and other Nazi concentration camps, including one Kurt Blome. He was among the defendants in the Nuremberg War Trials, and would have been convicted and hanged but for American intervention. In return for agreeing to provide information to the Americans about his experiments in Dachau, and advice in the development of their own germ warfare program, an acquittal was arranged, and he escaped the gallows.

The fact that Frank Olson had died shortly after being given LSD in a CIA experiment came out in 1975 as a consequence of President Ford's Rockefeller Commission further investigation was suppressed and the whole matter covered up. The names of those White House advisers were Dick Cheney, current U.S. Vice-President, and Donald Rumsfeld, current Secretary of Defense. They have never been questioned as to what they knew about Olson's death.


Gwinn, MI

#106 Mar 31, 2011
A California history professor, Kathryn Olmstead, has discovered documents at the Gerald Ford library which were written by Cheney and Rumsfeld.

They show how far the White House went to conceal information about Olson's death — and his role in preparing anthrax and other biological weapons....
Cheney and Rumsfeld were given the task of covering up the details of Frank Olson's death. At the time, Rumsfeld was White House Chief of Staff to President Gerald Ford. Dick Cheney was a senior White House assistant.

The documents uncovered by Professor Olmstead include one that states "Dr Olson's job was so sensitive that it is highly unlikely that we would submit relevant evidence".

In another memo, Cheney acknowledges that "the Olson lawyers will seek to explore all the circumstances of Dr Olson's employment, as well as those concerning his death. In any trial, it may become apparent that we are concealing evidence for national security reasons and any settlement or judgement reached thereafter could be perceived as money paid to cover up the activities of the CIA".

Frank Olson's family received US$750,000 to settle their claims against the US government.

— US Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld Linked to "Murder of CIA Scientist

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