Party of pander...
Republican lawmakers are pandering to their theocratic base. While Dave Camp was voting to usurp the rights of family, no one bothered to look that Preznit G. Dub signed a law that allowed doctors and hospitals decide on your right to die.
Of course, this week in the Michigan State Congress, our elected leaders are debating a bill to allow the Ten Commandments to be displayed on public property. A call to Rep. Bill Caul found he's does not support this bill. Paul from Sen. Cropsey basically gave me a mealy-mouthed answer of "these bills have a lot of changes", "he wants to make sure that it's neither too strong or too weak". So Cropsey's flip flopping...call him and let your voice be heard.
Also, don't forget Dave Camp is corrupted and stands behind criminals.