I am sick of those members of my generation who are leaving an environmental mess for our children – while claiming to care about their future.
Rossway is also a member of the party whose top health chief in Michigan is accused of felonies for literally killing taxpayers – and the governor doesn’t have the guts to remove the environmental simpleton.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Nick Lyon has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly killing Michigan residents during the Flint water crime spree – yet still holds his job thanks to Republicans. is no longer “someplace special” – from the absolute destruction of the U. deer herd to the overall neglect of nature including no longer getting estimates of the partridge (ruffed grouse) population.
With deer season approaching, we are the only media to point out that the U. deer herd is small and pitiful – both in population and individual size. Even our once famous namesake “Triple A” road is now a remote super highway to the acid mine and that’s not enough for the greedy – they want to plow another highway through the middle of natural areas that haven’t yet been tainted. Media – for the most part – are lapdogs not watchdogs. Back to my real point today, Rich Rossway is one of those guys who goes along with the next guy – a good pole boy with no original ideas.
We love you Rich, but today’s political bosses have enough “yes men.” Just because he’s a “nice guy”doesn’t mean he is watching out for the poor and those without power.
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
state representative candidate Rich Rossway approved in a recent TV political ad – in which he made it seem bad that his opponent wants to protect the declining natural beauty in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
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