MIRS: Hoekstra Changes Course, Opts to Run ...

There are 7 comments on the WNWN-FM Battle Creek story from Jul 19, 2011, titled MIRS: Hoekstra Changes Course, Opts to Run .... In it, WNWN-FM Battle Creek reports that:

It seems to be a course change for the Lakeshore's former Congressman. Pete Hoekstra, who had decided this past spring not to make a run for the US Senate, has apparently changed his mind, and will vie for the Republican nomination that will challenge two-term incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow of Lansing in the fall of 2012.

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Art Deco

Waukegan, IL

#1 Jul 20, 2011
<yawn> A career politician trying to get back on the public teat. Must be that private sector isn't working out to well for him.

Since: Aug 09

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#2 Jul 20, 2011
Art Deco wrote:
<yawn> A career politician trying to get back on the public teat. Must be that private sector isn't working out to well for him.
and hopefully kicking ANOTHER career politician out of her job. the one that keeps 1,000's on the gov't teat....
imaginaryfriend

Westland, MI

#3 Jul 25, 2011
We don't want anymore repigs in our state. Repeal them all.
Glad Im Not A Liberal

Grand Rapids, MI

#5 Jul 26, 2011
imaginaryfriend wrote:
We don't want anymore repigs in our state. Repeal them all.
And yet ANOTHER fckng idiot who thinks Democrats want to help him. Open your eyes you stupid assgoblin, and see they are all crooks and liars.

Unless we have a politician who believes in the Constitution AND GOVERNS BY IT; that politician is a fckng liar and thief.
Disco Stu

Holland, MI

#6 Jul 26, 2011
Run Pete.
When you get shut down, you can go back to Washington lobbying or whatever else you do then actually getting a "real" job.
Glad Im Not A Liberal

Grand Rapids, MI

#7 Jul 26, 2011
Disco, did you mean?;

"...whatever else you do, THAN actually getting a "real" job"

People who don't use THEN and THAN correctly sound like dumbfcks.
WordOfTheDay

Flint, MI

#8 Jul 26, 2011
Boorishness

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/booris ...

boor·ish

–adjective
of or like a boor; unmannered; crude; insensitive.

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Origin:
1555–65; boor +-ish1

—Related forms
boor·ish·ly, adverb

boor·ish·ness, noun

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Describes persons, acts, manners, or mannerisms that violate in some way the generally accepted canons of polite, considerate behavior. Boorish, originally referring to behavior characteristic of an unlettered rustic or peasant, now implies a coarse and blatant lack of sensitivity to the feelings or values of others. Rude has the widest scope of meaning; it suggests either purposefully impudent discourtesy or, less frequently, a rough crudity of appearance or manner: a rude remark. Uncouth stresses most strongly in modern use a lack of good manners, whether arising from ignorance or brashness.

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