June 28, 2010

Quite the weekend...

A Milwaukee County Supervisor and Democrat Party leader gets national attention for being stupid...

The Vice President comes to town and calls a local business manager a smart ass for the crime of asking for his taxes to be lowered... Which is worse, Biden calling a hard working taxpayer a smart ass or someone on General McChrystal's staff calling Joe Biden Joe Biteme?

Bucyrus loses out on up to 1,000 jobs because of Obama's radical environmental policies...

Meanwhile, Obama, who could use a geography refresher himself, is coming to Racine to talk the economy and jobs where local liberals will ignore all of this and fawn over him like the Obamazombies they are.

By the way, I bet Obama picked Racine because he has a check for KRM, something that will be a further drain on the taxpayers.

6 comments:

Real Debate said...

Since when is Peggy West a Democratic (note spelling) Party leader?  What positions does she hold within the party?  When was the last time she spoke at or attended a party meeting?  Are you sure she's even a Democrat?

Real Debate said...

She serves on the Executive Committee of the Democratic Party of Milwaukee County Jay.

I might have thought you would have known that.

Amazing, still all you can do is try to play gotcha. (badly)

You have absolutely no comment about your leadership, you party policies and how they are costing actual jobs.

Real Debate said...

When her paid-for-by-the-taxpayers page says she is on the Executive Committee of the Milwaukee Democrat(ic) Party, it's safe to say she's a Democrat.

Say, isn't County Supervisor supposed to be a non-partisan office?

Real Debate said...

and he teaches kids in MPS... Wonder what the reading scores are....

Real Debate said...

Not a word on Folkbum's joint about any of this just more pleas for deficit spending.

All he has is a failed attempt at gotcha.

Real Debate said...

Peggy West should get herself an international program like MPS - there are lots of taxpayer dollars to be spent shipping brochures to Hungary and Mongolia.