Be a part of this change
What more can one say about Obama. I do not need Congress anymore (Obama), so why even have a Congress when you have a dictator.
So much for the loser.
State Sen. Tom Casperson R-Escanaba and fellow U.P. Legislators Reps. Scoot Dianda, D-Calumet, John Kivela, D-Marquette and Rep. Ed McBroom ,R-Vulcan will hold a series of town halls across the Upper Peninsula .
Members of the Michigan Legislature will be at Bay College West today, July 30, at 6 p.m. in Iron Mountain. This will be a great time to address issues and concerns you may have.
I will be there to meet with Tom and Ed to update them on my progress with the new Steering Committee that I’m forming to reform Michigan No-Fault Insurance. In addition to that Tom and Ed will receive the Tenth Amendment Resolution that was approved by the Dickinson County Republican Committee from me that evening.
The two members of the Michigan Legislature can not be in the committee with me, but they can represent the state of Michigan ‘s point of view and the difficulties they are up against when it comes to positive changes in Michigan’s No-Fault law. I have a book now and many hours of research on the subject on Michigan No-Fault and it is quite a mess to say the least.
If you would like to be a part of this change, and something that we as citizens can do by working with our Michigan Legislature I would really like to have you come on board with me to be a part of this movement.
I will be more than happy to share information with you that evening.
Please forward this to friends and family that may be interested in this commission.
The Daily News printed up an article for me last week titled; Michigan ‘No-Fault’ Committee to start in Dickinson County.
Let’s make some real change in the county and not the hog wash we have been hearing in Washington DC for the last six years. Change will start now and we will keep into 2016 when “We The People” take back America.
Blessing to you and yours I look forward in meeting all of you this Wednesday.
Please forward to 10 more people.
Karl (Ben) Weber
Steering Committee Chairman
Reform Michigan’s No-Fault