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Michigan Democrats Dance on McCotter’s Political Grave

It’s been more than a year since ex-Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, R-Mich., was obliged to quit Congress amidst a career implosion that called into question the incumbent’s ability to do simple paperwork.

Still, Democratic operatives in the Wolverine State can’t help but keep rehashing the past in hope of undermining Republican hopeful Terri Lynn Land’s bid for the seat being vacated by Democratic Sen. Carl Levin.

Whereas they at least put together a somewhat clever ditty about McCotter’s re-election woes the last time around, the grudge match against Land features some of the least entertaining (some are downright boring) e-cards we’ve ever seen:

(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)
(Courtesy Michigan Democratic Party)

We get that it’s a full-contact sport, guys.

But at least try to have some fun with it.

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