Tuesday, September 18, 2007

I Demand that You Demand Mike Huckabee to come to Michigan!

First I will include the email from the campaign then speak to you.

  • This week we launched a new grassroots tool on our campaign website designed to build support for Governor Huckabee in Michigan.
  • I would like you try it. Visit our blog and read about how to use the interactive map of Michigan to build support across the state for a potential campaign swing through Michigan.
  • All you need to do is demand Governor Huckabee in your hometown and email your friends, family members and co-workers across the state and ask them to do the same.
  • If you don't see your hometown be the first to demand Governor Huckabee. We will add your hometown to our Michigan Map after at least three people Demand the Governor.
  • Our campaign is trying new ways to reachout to voters and build support for Governor Huckabee.
  • Michigan is a critical state and one where polls indicate we are gaining support. Help us increase that level of support today.
  • Click here to get started.
  • Chip Saltsman National
  • Campaign Manager

Well obviously we all know Mike is coming up to Mac Isle, Saturday to speak. I wish he was going to be here Friday too, to attend the barbecues and parties. But I guess he will be in DC. Oh well, I am going to the barbecues and parties. I will definitely be talking up Mike to everyone willing to listen. Dang, I feel like Elly May Clampett dressed like Scarlett O'Hara (movie was good, but book was full of racism and anti-Republican lies). I got so many invites to parties.

All kidding aside, click on the links for the Demand Map and demand that Mike come to your town. Let's be honest here. Even though Mike Huckabee will be on the island, it is "Michigan's playground for the rich." Not there's anything wrong with that. I just think that Mike's best audience would be the blue collar working class, the backbone of America. When ya see the map you will see that most of the demands for Mike Huckabee are concentrated in the Detroit, Flint, Lansing and Saginaw areas. These are where the factories are. I tell you one thing. If Mike comes to Flint I will be visiting family and take the whole Wells' family with me, aunts, uncles, cousins and even distant relatives. I doubt grandpa will go. He likes his Yellow Dog Democrats.

If you live in the northern area, DEMAND that Mike come back to the area. There is only three towns north of Midland demanding Mike. It makes the rest of the country think we are nothing but country bumpkins without access to computers. I want to end saying that I think Mike might have a Michigan endorsement, by weekend's end. That's all I am saying. I don't want to put my foot in my mouth, in case I am wrong, which is rare.


Educator-To-Be said...

Great website. I love it. Amy

Ryan @ grandrapids4huckabee.com said...

This site is great! I wish I could join you on the porch at the Grand Hotel this weekend. Enjoy Mackinac!

Michigan Redneck said...

Thank You!

I will be posting details as current as possible, this weekend. There will be a media room w/ access to computers so keep looking for my updates starting Friday and Saturday.
I am glad to see another Huckabee supporter from Michigan. Keep up the good work! I wish more Huckabee supporters could come to the island.

Anonymous said...

Does the latest Michigan poll by Rossman OMIT Huckabee? The question was worded as follows:

“If the Republican Primary for U.S. President were held today, which candidate do you think you would vote for: Senator Sam Brownback, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Senator John McCain, Governor Mitt Romney, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, or actor and former Senator Fred Thompson?”

MIRS reported this wording, no wonder Mike got 0%

Michigan Redneck said...

Thank you Anon for the info. That's messed up. Where can I find more info about this poll?