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Rick Santorum greets the crowd at the St. William Dad Club 23rd Annual Lenter Fish Fry at St. William Catholic Parish in Walled Lake on Friday, February 24, 2012
Michigan, USA – U.S. Presidential candidates see Michigan as a game changer as they try to persuade voters for their support. “Mitt Romney, a former teen resident of Michigan, thought he all but had Michigan in his wallet. Quite an elitist and entitled mentality if you ask me,” says Calvin Denha. “Romney is in the pocket of politicians and really not for the people,” Denha adds.
Chaldeans are overwhelmingly turning towards Rick Santorum as their favored candidate. Chaldean community leaders and Chaldeans politically knowledgeable favor Santorum’s consistency, ability to work with both parties, and experience in government. Chaldean conservatives love Santorum for his values and integrity. Chaldean independents and entrepreneurs appreciate Santorum’s understanding of small business challenges and government overreach. The minority of Chaldean liberals even like Santorum for his fairness, statesmanship, and willingness to listen.
California, USA – “Chaldeans fortunate enough to make it to the land of milk and honey are getting a genuine swig of sour milk and crusty honey,” says Joseph Badoun. California, El Cajon officials have been in debate on how to deal with Chaldean senior citizens gathering to play cards. “This whole ordeal is a joke. These are men in their final years, many of who are church elders, and community fathers playing cards in a community center.”
Badoun may laugh-off the ordeal, but to Chaldean seniors the issue has been unsettling and stressful. El Cajon officials have launched aggressive crackdowns targeting Chaldeans and there gathering places. Calls to the Mayor’s office initially went unanswered as to the reason or motive behind the crackdowns.