2012-07-29 — mfi-miami.com
Up until last month, she's had a pretty lackluster career as a state representative over the past four years. So, she can't run on her accomplishments. She can't run using abortion and other gender issues because they're all irrelevant in this race. She also has no background being an administrator. As one county worker told me, "Lisa Brown would find the job as clerk boring because it's one of the few elected positions in Michigan that requires you to be an actual administrator."
She can't run on a platform of combating foreclosures because her brother, Randall S. Miller runs a multi-state foreclosure mill in suburban Detroit and he has also given her money.
Bullard's political accomplishments in the Michigan Legislature (he has served in both houses) was actually quite impressive. He also has one thing in his resume that Brown lacks, another elected position that requires you to be hands on. From 1978-1982, Bullard served as Highland Township Supervisor.
In my opinion, his skills as an administrator are obvious for anyone who has to deal with the Oakland County Register of Deeds office like I do. In 18 months, he has streamlined operations and made it more user friendly. It is a definite improvement from the Helter-Skelter chaos that was left behind by Ruth Johnson.
I was all set to fully and enthusiastically endorse Bill Bullard until I saw his latest campaign finance report. Bullard reports he received $4000 from Michigan's King of the Foreclosure Mills, David Trott, from the Trott &Trott law firm. He also took money from Peter Schneiderman, Neil Sherman, Linda Orlans and Brian Potestivo. All of whom operate multi-state foreclosure mills.
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