Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Gov. Snyder Gets Involved in Rep. Scott Recall

Governor Rick Snyder and Attorney General Bill Schutte have filed a motion with the Michigan Supreme Court asking that the court delay the recall election on November 8 against Rep. Paul Scott.  If you had any doubts about Gov. Snyder's feelings towards education, teachers, or the MEA, this should make it very clear.  He is not pro education.  He is not pro teacher and he certainly is not ambivalent towards the MEA.  He has no basis to become involved in the recall of Rep. Paul Scott.  This is pure partisan politics at its worst!  In fact, he has plans to go to Grand Blanc this November and campaign for Scott!

Even the Detroit Free Press ran an editorial condemning the gov's action.

"Clumsy and nakedly partisan hasn't been Gov. Rick Snyder's M.O. so far, but his recent decision, with Attorney General Bill Schuette, to interfere in the Nov. 8 recall election targeting Rep. Paul Scott of Grand Blanc has us reconsidering the limits of his good judgment.

Shame on Gov. Snyder and AD Bill Shuette.

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