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WZZM Grand Rapids

Michigan's Governor, Lt. Governor Endorse Obama

More taxes and bigger government ahead, yup real good for Michigan, real good.  (Jun 7, 2008 | post #1)

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Dick DeVos seeks $2M in tax credits for Grand Rapids project

Cmon now Arctic, not everyone can be the boss. If employees think their employers are using them or not paying them appropriately they are free to seek out another employer. Anyone can start a company, but they have to be ready to work hard and sacrifice much to make it last. The ones that treat their employees poorly will have a hard time retaining them. Capitalism at it's best, encourages self improvement to excel.  (Jun 4, 2008 | post #55)

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Dick DeVos seeks $2M in tax credits for Grand Rapids project

More sad than amazing, I am sure he/she actually believes in that statement. As far as Obama getting elected I don't know what to think. At this point I think it may be better to let him in and screw things up like I know he will. It took Carter virtually destroying us to make the nation realize via Reagan that big government is the problem, not the solution. McCain is not much better with the exception being I am sure the judges he appoints wont be as terrible as the socialists Obama appoints. Either way were screwed big time, at least if Obama wins the Dems will take the blame for the mess he will make of this country and our economy. He should pick Granholm as his running mate, they could be socialist wonder twins. Form of a giant tax hike, shape of a bridge card, wonder twins activate.  (Jun 4, 2008 | post #53)

WZZM Grand Rapids

Dick DeVos seeks $2M in tax credits for Grand Rapids project

I'd like to see you back that up with factual information aka not some blog or someones opinion.  (Jun 4, 2008 | post #52)

WZZM Grand Rapids

Dick DeVos seeks $2M in tax credits for Grand Rapids project

He's already paid 10000 times more taxes than you will pay in 10 lifetimes. The wealthy pay virtually all of the taxes in this country ignorant one.  (Jun 4, 2008 | post #45)

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Quote of the Day

Not to nit pick, but it's actually; "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." Excellent quote...  (Jun 3, 2008 | post #391)

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WZZM13 WATER COOLER - Eagle attacks boy in Manistee Count...

It's coming right for us...  (Jun 1, 2008 | post #15)

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Railroads gain work as truckers struggle

Prove he owns an oil company, or shut up and move on. I don't love Bush, go ahead and vote for Obama or Clinton and see what happens.  (Jun 1, 2008 | post #44)

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Mayor Kilpatrick vetoes his own removal effort

Add being gainfully employed AKA not living on welfare... Yes, I can imagine and hope. Why should anyone not contributing to the tax base have a decision on how our money is spent?  (May 30, 2008 | post #62)

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Mayor Kilpatrick vetoes his own removal effort

Sorry, I'm still laughing at the ridiculousness of your last statement. When I stop, if ever, I'll answer this one.  (May 30, 2008 | post #47)

WZZM Grand Rapids

Mayor Kilpatrick vetoes his own removal effort

OMG HA HA Positive Turnaround......  (May 30, 2008 | post #39)

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Granholm is doing a wonderful job!

Source: http://www.mackina c.org/article.aspx ... For his achievement of a balanced budget without tax hikes, Governor Engler earns our highest marks. In a year when some 30 states legislated a record $17 billion in new taxes, Governor Engler opted instead to reduce spending. That, plus the Governor's pursuit of a ballot initiative to cut property taxes – coming on top of a legislated property tax "freeze" – shows that so far, he is not content to simply stop the growth of government in Michigan. He wants to reverse it – a long overdue objective we sincerely hope he doesn't abandon.  (May 29, 2008 | post #5)

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Granholm is doing a wonderful job!

Blown Away..... Fiscal experts say Michigan could have $434 million less than expected to spend on K-12 schools and other government services in the next budget year. The financial trouble is here despite last year's increases in the state's personal income and business taxes to balance a budget deficit. Reasons include the national economic slowdown's effect on Michigan's economy and fewer people purchasing cigarettes and buying and selling homes. The revenue forecast comes from the House Fiscal Agency. Another will come Wednesday afternoon when a legislative committee hears from Senate analysts. Fiscal experts and Governor Jennifer Granholm's administration will meet Friday to agree on how much tax revenue state government can expect to collect. ////////// Should read; Reasons include a moronic socialist governor who raises taxes for our core manufacturing businesses in a declining economy. So, as I understand the state after enacting her huge business tax increase is actually collecting a full 1/3 less than expected AT THIS POINT. Taxing an already dying economy even more has had the obvious (to all but her) effect of further stifling our economy and failing to balance our budget as she in her infinite genius would have us believe. One would think that after this failure she would realize we need to reduce spending and taxes on business to get this state out of the toilet. I'm NOT going to give her the benefit of the doubt. I am predicting, she will raise our taxes again in an effort to balance our bloating budget once again. You heard it here first......  (May 29, 2008 | post #3)

WZZM Grand Rapids

Granholms tax increase resulting in $434 million short. T...

Fiscal experts say Michigan could have $434 million less than expected to spend on K-12 schools and other government services in the next budget year. The financial trouble is here despite last year's increases in the state's personal income and business taxes to balance a budget deficit. Reasons include the national economic slowdown's effect on Michigan's economy and fewer people purchasing cigarettes and buying and selling homes. The revenue forecast comes from the House Fiscal Agency. Another will come Wednesday afternoon when a legislative committee hears from Senate analysts. Fiscal experts and Governor Jennifer Granholm's administration will meet Friday to agree on how much tax revenue state government can expect to collect. ////////////////// ////////////////// //////////////// Should read; Reasons include a moronic socialist governor who raises taxes for our core manufacturing businesses in a declining economy. So, as I understand the state after enacting her huge business tax increase is actually collecting a full 1/3 less than expected AT THIS POINT. Taxing an already dying economy even more has had the obvious (to all but her) effect of further stifling our economy and failing to balance our budget as she in her infinite genius would have us believe. One would think that after this failure she would realize we need to reduce spending and taxes on business to get this state out of the toilet. I'm NOT going to give her the benefit of the doubt. I am predicting, she will raise our taxes again in an effort to balance our bloating budget once again. You heard it here first......  (May 28, 2008 | post #1)

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Stocks rise as oil falls

wow you can not say t o w e l  (May 27, 2008 | post #5)