I was reminded recently about how our dear Senator Debbie Stabenow has been at odds with the pharmaceutical companies for years now, threatening to go after them (remember the highly-publicized excursion where she took bus-loads of seniors over to Windsor to get their medications?). You don't think maybe, just maybe the subject of Ms. Stabenow and her anti-drug company crusade came up at high-level meetings where Pfizer execs decided where and in what states they were going to maintain facilities, do you? In the end they voted with their dollars, just like we all do and I don't blame them. Why should they continue to do business in a state where one of it's top elected officials' publicly stated goals is to punish them?
Nice going Debbie. Thanks a lot. Now do us big favor, will you? Don't do anything the rest of your current term in office. Nothing. Just go to your office everyday, collect your fat government paycheck and try not to mess anything else up, okay?
How that woman's constituents find her worthy of being re-elected over and over again is beyond me.
Attack on drug companies will send jobs out of state
For some strange reason I don't think this is quite what Governor Granholm had in mind when it comes to attracting businesses to and keeping businesses in the State if Michigan.
Yep, Michigan Democrats are doing a bang-up job, aren't they?