Governor Walker Speaks

by Little Miss Attila on February 22, 2011

From the comments at the AltHouse: “JayC said…
‘I just hope this thing in Wisconsin ends peacefully. Wisconsin has long been a valuable ally of the United States.'”

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February 22, 2011 at 5:52 pm

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ponce February 22, 2011 at 6:27 pm

Poor Mr. Walker must have seen the polls showing his plummeting approval rating.

I doubt this will help.

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Darrell February 23, 2011 at 6:30 am

Yeah. Taxpayers really hate the guy.
I know you are projecting Obama’s latest Rasmussen daily prez poll numbers, ponce,
but do you sometimes check your nose when you lie like that?

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John February 23, 2011 at 8:02 am

He could get really bold and introduce legislation stating that the refusal of a senator to attend any session constitutes resignation.

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ponce February 23, 2011 at 10:53 am

Yes they do, according to the latest polls, Purrel,

Walker’s approval rating is dropping towards Nixonian levels.

Wisconsin is the Tea Party’s Waterloo…

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Darrell February 23, 2011 at 12:08 pm

That must be why the Left is self-destructing, then, ponce-the-lyin.’
You will let us know when you are shovel ready, won’t you?
Rather than polling teachers what they think about Walker, they should ask voters what they think of their kids’ teachers now.
I mean after the horror wears off, of course. And too bad those stolen poster boards and Magic Markers don’t come with SpellCheck.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RURE8pdIL00&feature=player_embedded

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ponce February 23, 2011 at 12:21 pm

Yeah, Purrel,

61% of registered voters are siding with the unions in Wisconsin.

Walker, college dropout and lifetime government employee surprisingly is only getting support in the 30% range for his self-hatred driven anti-union tantrum.

Why do the loudest and craziest wingnuts always turn out to be exactly what they claim to be against?

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pajama momma February 27, 2011 at 9:28 pm

I googled, “governor walker approval rating” and your blog was the third link.

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Darrell February 27, 2011 at 9:52 pm

90% of taxpayers support Walker’s efforts.
It’s not unions versus big corporations, it’s unions versus the taxpayer.
The unions can go Cloward–Piven themselves.
You can too.

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ponce February 27, 2011 at 10:49 pm

Purrel,

As long as you’re engaging in a one-handed fantasy about the popularity of your fringe right beliefs, why not claim 100% of taxpayers support the life long government sponge Scotty Walker?

Some small cluster of honest brain cells remain in your skull that remind you of what your thought processes were like before you started drinking the rich are always right koolaid forcing you to admit there may actually be some opposition to the Koch Whores’ attempt to destroy working class Americans?

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Darrell February 28, 2011 at 6:45 am

Peter, Peter
Union id’git
Had a job
And never did’git
One day he died and went to Hell
And no one at the State could tell

You finally listened about “Koch” being pronounced as “Coke.” That is a good first step. How long did it take the JournolisterII
crowd to come up with “whore?” Too bad you guys couldn’t come up with something original to substitute for our “Kool Aid” slur, though.
Don’t feel bad, your union teachers didn’t prepare you for original thought on the real world.
Famous Commie Democrat Jim Jones gave us that one. You know, the “spiritual” leader of a lot of Democrats. Wasn’t he perfecting
the Democrats’ health plan’s final solution? No matter. But aren’t you a little worrried about calling Walker a “life long government sponge”
when that describes almost every Democrat? And every public-sector union member? Don’t tax your atrophied brain trying to respond to that. Just call me
“Purrel” or something. I wouldn’t want you to see a doctor and pass that cost on to taxpayers.

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ponce February 28, 2011 at 9:38 am

Purrel,

I just assume from your self-loathing that you’re living off a regular government payment…and you probably worked a government job or two in your career.

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Darrell February 28, 2011 at 10:25 am

Wrong as always.
Not one penny from the Gov’t now.
If I was a contractor for the government, they got what they paid for and then some.
Is that supposed to make me want to pay toward some public employee making six figures now or after they retire?
Is taking a government penny supposed to make one a permanent co-conspirator to public thievery?
Who agreed to those pensions? Who agreed to offer them without funding them?
The shit is hitting the fan now.
Unsustainable.
It is over.
No iron ricebowl.
They should try the private sector. Their skill sets are in high demand over there. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
I’ll even help them—volunteer that your parachute is black because it’s easier to nap when the light doesn’t wake you.
Then launch into all the creative ways you’ve sabotaged equipment because you were pissed at the “man,” or wanted to make work for yourself or your union brothers, or you
just wanted the afternoon off. Private business eats stuff like that right up. Make sure you tell them that you want to receive your whole paycheck check forever when you retire.

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ponce February 28, 2011 at 1:33 pm

“Is that supposed to make me want to pay toward some public employee making six figures now or after they retire?”

Nope.

It’s just the lifelong government employees, like brave little Scotty Walker and Box Wine Althouse, tend to try to overcompensate by being stridently anti-government worker.

Perfectly understandable…

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