Oakland County Republican Party's Facebook Wall - db01b505eaba452ca3c305f0898bd8ef - 2014-08-20-05-00-02
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Today, the Michigan Republican Party announced former Mayor @[189581364416481:274:Mia Love] and candidate for Congress from Utah will be featured at their Women’s Forum on Friday, August 22, 2014. The event will jumpstart the 2014 Michigan Republican State Convention weekend in Southeast Michigan. Read more: http://www.migop.org/news/mayor-mia-love-featured-at-migop-womens-forum

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Oakland County Republican Party's Facebook Wall - bf85a8e49e79285129ce1b936565fe8e - 2014-08-19-17-00-02
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On Friday, Aug. 22, all Elected Republican Precinct Delegates are invited to a FREE Pre-State Convention bash at @[101995246669:274:Paradise Park Novi] beginning at 7:00 pm. You do not need to be a State Convention delegate or alternate. One guest per person allowed. Entertainment under the big tent includes Detroit's own Jill Jack beginning at 7:30 pm and Nashville rising star Paulina Jayne at 9:00 pm. Free food, beverages and other celebrity guests. Free mini golf and go cart racing will provided. Hope to see you there!!

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For many people it always seems easier to find fault then to look for what is good and use positive reinforcement. Can anyone imagine a man (or woman) coming home from work complaining about dinner and pointing out all his (or her) wife’s (or husband’s) flaws and two hours later expect (hope for?) stress relief cooperation. It would almost never happen.

There is a political analogy here if you look for it.

Society seems to believe never ending negative criticism will change people the way you want. It does not work that way and is destructive to getting good people to run for office let alone to volunteer their time at OCRP H.Q. We have two choices, The Golden Rule or slinging mud. I do slip sometimes, as we all do, When I do, I acknowledge it quickly, accept responsibility and try to be more golden then muddy. It does feel lonely sometimes being just a target; I often wonder how candidates do it.
For many people it always seems easier to find fault then to look for what is go...

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