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Hometown: West Allis, WI
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Republican Theme Song in 2018

Posted by TheRealNorth | Wed Jul 4, 2018, 12:00 AM (3 replies)

Things that piss me off

I realize that people who write articles don't always make the titles. But seriously, any Democrat who agrees with the premise needs to go. This is Mitt Romney-47% bad.


In a statewide election, do candidates really need to bother with Greater Minnesota?

https://www.minnpost.com/politics-policy/2018/06/statewide-election-do-candidates-really-need-bother-greater-minnesota

This Fourth of July, Boycott Johnsonville Foods (bratwursts, sausages, etc)

These SOB's are big supporters of Scott Walker which is reason enough to boycott them, but they also are supporting Trump and his tariffs.

So while farmer's are struggling with declining prices and manufacturers close down & lay off workers, these un-American jerk-wads are laughing with their tax cuts to the bank. So this Fourth of July, avoid purchasing Johnsonville. (I would recommend Klement's if it is available in your area). At the very least, it helps Wisconsin Democrats by cutting into one of their Republican donors.


article excerpt-
Michael Stayer-Suprick, who leads the company’s international business division, says he’s concerned about trade wars.
“However, for where we need to be as a country with our trading partners, to me this is a short-term hurdle that’s well worth us trying to overcome,” he said. “I think this will be short-term pain for, hopefully,a long-term gain

https://www.jsonline.com/story/money/business/2018/06/08/tariffs-take-toll-wisconsin-manufacturers/682029002/

Because It's Friday night and I feel like posting uplifting music


Beware Big Wind (sarcasm)

This is an ad that popped for me on YouTube yesterday that I mentioned in another post. Apparently they are making the argument that MN "politicians" (Democrats) are in the pocket of "Big Windpower". Lots of misleading crap in there.

I especially liked the chart that tried to suggest an increase in use of wind power caused a lower decrease in CO2 emissions, like there isn't anything else that affects CO2 emissions (like a stronger economy), presuming their numbers are even legitimate. Someone will have to explain to me how a wind turbine causes an increase in CO2 emissions.





MSNBC Talking Head Description of Michael Cohen

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