Michigan gloomy for Incumbents too

Another election day and the list of incumbents on the unemployment line is still growing. We love every Tuesday as each one brings more gloom for the lifetime pols. Every time you think of all the backroom deals and the climate of Washington it is a refreshing change that new blood is on the way. Michigan takes care of business by ousting Representative Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick. She had won seven straight terms, but will be denied an eighth. If you are keeping score and we are that is the sixth, the fourth in the House. We cannot wait for more primaries over the next two months. The balance in Washington will change if not democrat to republican at least by those who believe they are owed favors. Imagine all the pork and expectations lost, the war chest of fund raising, and the plain beauty of it all. Political newcomer Rick Snyder is the Republican nominee against Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero in the Michigan race to succeed outgoing Democratic Governor Jennifer Granholm. Michigan has the nation’s second-highest unemployment rate at 13.2 percent. This has only been the case for a couple of months as Nevada is now leading the way with 14.2 Percent with the last numbers from June.

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