Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Primary Election Results Encouraging

In 2002, a good year for Republicans in Michigan, Carl Levin received 67% of the primary votes cast for Senator, while the unopposed Republican received 33%. In Tuesday's primary, Carl Levin received 53% of votes cast for Senator, Jack Hoogendyk received 47%. And they say this is a good year for Democrats?

Could it be that voters really are looking for "change?" Have they finally figured out that the big government, spend-us-into bankrupcy policies of Carl Levin are not working?

I am here to offer positive alternatives: less government, lower taxes, balanced budgets. Seems like the taxpayers are ready for it. We have a long way to go, but my advice to Mr. Levin is the same as that often given by the immortal baseball great Satchel Paige, "Don't look back, something might be gaining on you."

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