Discussion in 'Touchy Subjects' started by Boltfan of Oz, Feb 24, 2011.
God Bless You.
Walker said simple to understand shit but if one relies on TV or talk radio (maybe worried it's too difficult to understand) to get an expert opinion, it's funny what comes out at the water cooler
"He's just repeating on the phone what he says in public".
"There's nothing wrong with talking to a donor"
"Where's the outrage over Dems taking money from Soros"?
Aside from suggesting that he's looked into planting fake protesters to cause trouble, he explains his plans for firing 6000 workers if the other party doesn't show up from their walk-out. This goes beyond the corrupt Supreme Court keeping the trough open for the likes of Koch to legally hand money directly to elected politicians. AND NO fucking way would the guy have said that shit in public....Wisconsin may be half full of fuckwits gladly giving up their rights to organize, but as far as state governments go, they are relatively above the others when it comes to legal and ethical violations like this.
and fuck Soros, so what?
in a related story...this one is good because the guy is a chargers fan (look at his avatar on twitter). Hey Jeff! You in here? lol
I think that guy follows us on Twitter.
does he like practice tailgates? Jeff, you like smores?
I don't think so. There has to be a camp out coming soon, no?
this could go into the other threads too but if a piece of shit like this can't get scraped from the bottom of our shoe, the class war should be visible to everyone....anyways, best mic-check ever!
This was 6 days ago and I can find no AP story or mainstream coverage of it at all....isn't that neat?
A Chippewa Falls man who repeatedly tried to block his estranged wife from driving to the polls Tuesday was hospitalized with head, neck and back injuries when she struck him with her sport utilityvehicle.Jeffrey Radle, a Gov. Scott Walker supporter, was on foot.Amanda Radle, a recall proponent, was in a Dodge Durango.The pair had been arguing early Tuesday afternoon over who she was going to vote for in the gubernatorial recall election primary, said Chippewa Falls Police Chief Wendy L. Stelter."She was planning on voting for a certain candidate, and it wasn't the candidate he wanted her to vote for," Stelter said.When Amanda Radle, 30, attempted to pull out, Jeffrey Radle, 36, stood in front of her, according to a police department statement. She nudged him with the vehicle several times.Each time he would "retreat and re-establish his ground," the release said. "At one point he climbed onto the hood."When she finally attempted to drive around him, Jeffrey Radle jumped in front of the vehicle and was hit. Aman da Radle left the scene and went to the police department to report the incident, the release said."These crazy liberal nuts are always pulling this crap," said Radle's brother, Mike Radle, describing himself and his brother as firm supporters of Walker, the subject of the recall. Mike Radle said his brother was in stable condition but had suffered serious injuries and was still unconscious Tuesday afternoon."He'll be in the hospital at least overnight," he said.Stelter would not confirm whether Jeffrey Radle was still being treated.Police have been called to the residence several times in the past, and the couple was believed to be separated, Stelter said.Stelter did not know what candidate Amanda Radle wanted to vote for or whether she planned on voting in the Democratic or Republican primary. Mike Radle said it was "one of the women candidates" - either former Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk or state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout of Alma.Until Tuesday, the worst election day dispute Stelter had seen was a stolen bumper sticker or a damaged lawn sign."This certainly raises it to another level," the 27-year law enforcement veteran said in a telephone interview Tuesday afternoon.The matter has been referred to the Chippewa County district attorney's office for possible charges."To think that people would become that distraught over an election is very concerning," the chief said.
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