March 07, 2012

Don't Get Mad... Get MOTIVATED.

First:   After about a month of neglecting a bunch of other obligations, we have achieved a goal. 

The Verify The Recall Database is live.

I've had difficulty getting on, either through legitimate traffic or DDoS, but that won't last forever.  Then the commie hunt begins.  I hope a bunch of corrupt bastards end up suffering the consequence of their fraud. 

I'm happy to have seen the effort through, and I'm proud of the effort of the volunteers.  I spent nearly every night since the petition release entering data... I could have done more.

Second:  "We have danced and danced with Wisconsin politicians.  We don't like to dance and we are now done dancing in Wisconsin.  Forever." - an Unnamed Mining Company Representative.

The State Mining Bill went down today. 

I'd like to stipulate that Senator Tim Carpenter is a weak-kneed, limp-wristed, commie bitch.

The contemptible piece of shit Dale Schultz (RINO-Richland Center) sided with the commies to shoot down the State Senate mining bill compromise.  The bill was not to approve the proposed iron mine (in the State's most economically depressed area), but to allow a process in which there was a tangible endpoint.  The mine proposal would still have had to wade through the alphabet soup of departments, bureaus, and agencies in order to obtain a permit, but the mother fucking commies (including Dale Schultz) pretended all the while that everybody would glow in the dark and have three-eyed babies if a mine were allowed to APPLY to operate.  Who cares there are mines operating in harmonic compliance with EPA regs less than a quarter tank of gas away... And who cares that the average family income in the area of the proposed mine is $23,000 per year. 

The State Senator currently holding office in the district in which I live is a commie.  You may remember Jessica King from her love-fest with the "Fuck The Troops" blogger Ian Murphy.  Senator King the commie won our district Senate seat in a recall against Randy Hopper by a margin of about 1,200 votes (around 1% IIRC) in a district that trends 56% conservative.  In my eyes, she was the deciding vote against the mining permit application process streamlining... and therefore it was her vote which prevented a $1.5 billion dollar job-creating endeavor in an economically-depressed area.  She and she alone is responsible for strangling these jobs before they could ever leave the crib.

Rick GudexThe good news:  She Has A Challenger.  Meet Rick Gudex.  His website currently stinks, but that can be fixed.  What the guy DOES have on his side is organization, drive, goals, an articulate message, and a weak, gaffe-prone communist opponent who barely managed to win office despite a highly-motivated base against a flawed incumbent.  I'm going balls-deep on the Gudex campaign, and I believe that with hard work he will win.

Jessica King:  Hope you've had fun.  Get the fuck out.

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1 Go Bot Go!!!

Have you seen Kathleen Falks ad paid for by the Teachers Union, staring teachers who are LYING!!!!!

Posted by: Lizard at March 11, 2012 09:55 PM (kAaY/)

2 Hey Liz.
Sorry, but I don't believe I have.  If it's as bad as the United Wisconsin ad claiming "45 kids forced to sit on the floor because they don't have furniture", then I don't want to see it... I'll end up throwing a brick through the teevee.  I've been trying to steer clear of the evening news... I get too pissed off. 
Apparently, there's some real dissention taking place within the ranks of the commie party over the failure to pass the "mining bill".  Damned right there should be.  The whole episode had me so pissed I had to take a break.  Belling was saying the people in Jauch's district were fucking PISSED.

Posted by: the botnet at March 13, 2012 06:04 PM (6PDiu)

3 It was bad, 3000 laid off.  They neglected to say how it was the union who forced the lay offs by refusing to make 1% contribution to pension.

There is also some problems occurring because the teachers union forgot to take a vote before declaring that they were supporting good old Kathleen.

Apparently a few teachers took exception to that......shocking.

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