I want to hear your thoughts. Especially if you are from Michigan

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  1. jedwil

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    Sounds like a typical fence sitter, changes opinions depending on the political climate at the moment. I'd give him a lukewarm ...maybe.
     
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    I haven't looked into "Kid Rock". I know he's pro gun and pro military that's about all I know of his views. Not enough for me to judge him one way or another when it comes to running for a public office higher than a mayor of a small town.

    That being said, if he's even the slightest ferther to the right than a socialist liberal he'd have my vote over said liberal if that was the two choices. These so called pro politicians have killed this Country, I'm almost willing to "bet the farm" on any outsider at this point.
     
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    "Kid Rock" hangs with Ted Nugent, I'm pretty sure most of his political political leanings are to the right rather not the left.

    As I said earlier in this post I'd vote for him for as my senator but not for my pastor.
     
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    Sadly, in may elections, one no longer votes for someone but against the worst of the two candidates. As an example, Trump was not my first choice. I don't dislike the man and do really like a lot of the things he is doing. I especially like his attitude toward the media and how easily he can jerk their chain, sending them into apoplexy. However, at the time of the election one didn't have a choice. Hillary or Trump? That was a no-brainer.

    Kid Rock? He wouldn't be my first choice but given what the choice is I would have to vote for the lesser of two evils, thus proving my opening statement. I wouldn't be voting for someone but against the other. Sad situation but, unfortunately true.
     
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    I think people are off track because your question seemed rhetorical.
    Do you really think anybody here would like any state to keep it's long term, liberal moonbat senators over trying someone new?
     
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    I'm not from Michigan, by my ancestry is. If I lived there I'd vote for "Kid Rock" over ANY Democrat. Michigan is another state that is almost totally ruined because of unbridled Democrat rule.
     
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    Kind of a silly question on a right leaning website isn't it? I have a cat that has ruined three window screens... she would be a better choice than a liberal...
     
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    Compared to a liberal he's a lot more than lukewarm (my opinion of course) McCain would be lukewarm,,,Collins might almost be lukewarm (closer to cold though)
     
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    Well Jesse Ventura got elected Governor of Minnesota a couple of years back..I don't know how well he did..
     
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