EVERYTHING’S JUST FINE
IN GOP LAND — OR IS IT?
I recently drove over to another county to attend a dinner at which candidates for the Michigan GOP gubernatorial nomination introduced themselves, laid out their programs, and made their pitches for support.
It was an interesting affair, with good food and a surprisingly tight band composed of party activists (musical talent is where you find it).
For whatever reason, one candidate didn’t show up. But the other four men and one woman competing in the primary were impressive: excellent credentials, fine public delivery. And the audience of party stalwarts received their appeals with enthusiasm.