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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Gov. Walker Goes to Washington

Kucinich nails it. Special guest appearance and roadblocks by Darrell Issa.

More Wisconsin news; Palin draws only 6500 to rally in Madison, most of them protesters against Walker.

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Anonymous the blacks said:

Scott Walker is not a good man.

April 16, 2011 11:55 PM  

Anonymous the blacks said:

He is a pasty-faced little wiener.

April 16, 2011 11:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:55pm, Saturday night = Joe B.

11:58pm, Saturday night = Joe B.

Joe, you're really out of touch with the country. Obama has been a collossal failure. He is not going to be re-elected.

The reason why Wisconsin elected Scott Walker is because they, like most of the country, didn't get the change that Obama promised.

DENNIS KUCINICH reminds me of our own David Hernandez. That is, they're both really nice guys, who are usually on the right side of things, but who never win. They never get things done.

I fear that you're going to give yourself a nervous breakdown trying to explain away all of Obama's fumbles.

Give yourself a break.

Come to the dark side.

Come over to the Tea Party.

The water's warm, and we've got room for everyone. It's where the winning is going to continue. The Dems have bigger problems than just Sarah Palin. The whole country is turning Tea Party. Don't be caught being a Dem in 2012.

April 17, 2011 4:12 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I hate to break it to you, but Darrell Issa is one of the most powerful Congressman in D.C.

He is smart.
He is tough.
And people are recognizing it.

The problem for Liberals like yourself is that you put up mamby-pambies like Dennis Kucinich against tough "real men" like Darrell Issa.

It's why you guys like your grip on the House, and critical seats like the Ted Kennedy Senate seat.

Personally I LOVE what Scottie Walker is doing in Wisconsin. Unions got the state and the country into trouble, and it'll take strong, tough guys like Darrell Issa and Scott Brown to get us out of it.

I think it'll be generations before the Liberals have such a grip on DC, if they ever have it again.

April 17, 2011 7:30 AM  

Blogger Bill Haller said:

Great clip, Joe. Kucinich stood up for transparency, fiscal common sense and the working man. That Issa in his role as chair chose to go on the defensive and squabble with a committee member indicates he is anything but powerful. Powerful chairs go on the offensive. Issa made his declaration silly and personal.

It's obvious that Gov. Walker will be "one and done" in Wisconsin, but his actions also serve to warn the rest of the U.S. that removing all of one's faith in government only to place all of one's faith in corporations is a mistake of epic proportions. Because of this, Gov. Walker will lead a long line of Tea Partyers out the political door in the next four years.

April 17, 2011 9:13 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


People who supported Walker didn't want the change that Obama sought. Not then. Not now.

April 17, 2011 10:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Walker and Issa should be the face of the GOP - hypocrisy has never had better faces for corporate whores.

And 4:12, keep pissing in the wind - Obama wins and his 2nd term will set the future of America - just the way Bush's 2nd term of lies destroyed it.

April 17, 2011 1:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I will never get over that dumbass deer in the headlights look that Republicans get when they get their ass handed to them -

April 17, 2011 4:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I challenge you on the statement that "most of the protestors were against Walker."

State your source, and provide a link. You're verging on the credibility level of Red Spot.

April 17, 2011 10:08 PM  

Blogger Unknown said:

10:08, Oh my. Ya got me on this one.
I have no source and have provided no link. Dammit, it sucks to get caught like this!

April 17, 2011 10:20 PM  

Anonymous g said:


April 20, 2011 3:11 PM  

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