I had not stopped by my favorite comedy progressive site,BB, in a few weeks so I popped in this morning to see how our unstable group of progressives are getting along. They have their usual hysterical rants against the Second Amendment, and the Milwaukee County Sheriff and most everything the governor does, but the one post that did surprise me was that some of them were going after one of their own, Brett Hulsey.
Its odd that they would complain when normally bad taste and stupid ideas rain down from the disturbed left, for example the Solidarity singers that annoyed decent people who tried to visit the capitol with their childish songs and immature antics. Its funny how the DPW are still fighting among themselves, they have a candidate running for governor who is part of the 1% and the progressives can’t stand her as she is not far left enough and then you have a far left kook who thinks kkk hats are funny and the middle road dems are offended.
This should be one of the easiest election cycles for Scott Walker, with Mike Tate in charge and the circus acts they have running 4 more years of Governor Walker are almost chiseled in stone.
Ever since Scott Walker became Governor the progressives and unions in this state have been trying their best to destroy him. After a recall election where he won by a bigger margin than the general election, one would have thought they would have gotten the message
But not these people, they then started a three year witch hunt or as they called it a John Doe investigation trying to find dirt on the Governor.
“The John Doe is closed and the results of the John Doe speak for themselves in terms of who has allegedly committed a crime, who has been charged with a crime and who has been convicted of a crime,” former Appeals Court Judge Neal Nettesheim told Wisconsin Reporter on Wednesday.
Not on that conviction list, much to the dismay of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin and like-minded liberals, was Gov. Scott Walker.
Maybe the left will now grow up and stop acting like children in this state but I somehow doubt it.
The Democrat party is now saying they need to raise $150,000 by Friday Dec 16. Graeme Zielinski said they need to raise the cash to keep offices open otherwise “they are going to have to make tough choices, which would effectively mean the end to the recall.”
Now one has to wonder a couple of things here, first, is this money JUST to pay for the offices or do they need a new influx to pay off the out-of-state hired help? Or is this just a ploy because after the initial push from the union membership has the pool of people willing to sign dried up?
This sounds like there is trouble in the recall world, are the unions finding out that they just don’t have the state support like they thought they did?