Friday, July 28, 2006

Bush may stump for Schwarz

Political rumor has it that President George W. Bush may fly to Michigan this week to campaign for U.S. Rep. Joe Schwarz, the embattled incumbent facing a difficult Aug. 8 GOP re-election.
Andy Roth of Club for Growth, the organization backing challenger Tim Walberg, reported today in his blog that Bush may come because "Joe Schwarz is so desperate for help."
"Tell President Bush NOT to go to Michigan. Tell him enough is enough," Roth says in the blog, followed by this message: "Call the White House at 202-456-1414 and Tell President Bush to Stay in DC"

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unbelievable. The man who claims to be the only true conservative is telling the President to stay away?

Only a megolmaniac would think Bush would give a rip about his sorry campaign of irrelevance.

If Bush is coming here, it's because he sees a leader in Schwarz. Right now, Bush needs Schwarz a lot more than we need Walberg. If there is anyone who is desperate, it's Walberg.

On August 9th Club for Growth better open the checkbook and pay Wally's bills. He'll have a lot of them.

11:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Schwarz is so desperate for help, why are Walberg's buddies begging people to stop the President from showing up?

11:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where does Club for Growth get off trying to bully the President around? They are so lame. Republicans in the 7th would love to see the President again. The last time he was here, Joe Schwarz's campaign helped put a rally together in Battle Creek. Bush needed Schwarz's help in 2004 and he got it. For Walberg and his backers to attack the president like that is proof they have their priorities wrong.

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.chronwatch.com/content/contentDisplay.asp?aid=22769&catcode=13

Walberg Leads Schwarz: Michigan Incumbent Suffers from Liberal Voting Record

-- No good news for incumbent in Michigan-7 Survey.

Walberg leads Schwarz, 37-34

Incumbent Congressman Joe Schwarz trails his GOP primary opponent by 3 points in a new survey released today by Minuteman PAC, the political arm of the grassroots volunteer border security movement patrolling the US Borders.

Tim Walberg, a former State Representative who narrowly lost to Schwarz in 2004, leads the embattled incumbent by 37-34—a lead that expands to 41-34 with those definitely coming to the polls.

4:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Walberg leads Schwarz....

The poll is a few weeks old... It was a snapshot of the race, but from all the signs, and letters in the paper, I'd say Schwarz is out front. The poll was before the debate (which Schwarz owned) and before the FEC issue. Walberg can't keep his books straight, how could he be a congessman...

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Walberg leads Schwarz....

The poll is a few weeks old... It was a snapshot of the race, but from all the signs, and letters in the paper, I'd say Schwarz is out front. The poll was before the debate (which Schwarz owned) and before the FEC issue. Walberg can't keep his books straight, how could he be a congessman...

10:47 PM  

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