Thursday, January 31, 2013

Michigan Dems in No Hurry to Challenge Snyder

Well, well, well. It looks as if voters respond favorably to politicians who take an aggressive, principled stand in favor of freedom.

As John Fund at National Review explains, Michigan Democrats are shying away from challenging Governor Snyder when just a few weeks ago the polls were showing him weakened by the Right to Work legislation recently enacted in Michigan.

What happened?
"Internal polls taken by both parties show the governor’s numbers recovering as newspapers report increased interest by companies in relocating or expanding in Michigan."
Unfortunately, Michigan's gain may be to Ohio's detriment. And as we reported earlier, Pennsylvania is looking to join the ranks of the Workplace Freedom States.

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