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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Congratulations Scott Walker-Congratulations America

Well we all know how that senseless waste of time and money recall went in Wisconsin. The tax payers have spoken and America is catching on. People are getting it that government is not the answer for a robust economy. All it can do is hinder it and man has Obama and the democrats been doing just that.
America is tired of identity politics that the democrats use for votes. People are not stupid. They have budgets and bills unlike Obama and the democrats do. Can you imagine not having a budget in you house or you business for 1100 days?
Well we are now finding out what happen when the government doesn't.
This is a referendum on Obama and those anarchists of the OWS movement.
People came,they saw and they are disgusted with government over spending and the entitlement mentality of all those I-pod using cry babies without a plan just stomping their feet.
I am thankful for the Tea Party. It's what America needed to get back to responsible government. Unlike the OWS that Nancy Pelosi praised. The Tea Party is organized ,focused,educated and energized.
I am going to do my part like  did in the 2010 elections. This November election is going to motivate people more than it did in 2010.
It's a great day for Liberty and Freedom. God Bless America!

18 comments:

  1. May I be the first here (after you, of course, Lisa) to say HOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!

    I am ONE happy girl and am glad you are, too.

    Congratulations, America!

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  2. It really sends a message doesn't it Z?
    We have to come to our senses that his is not about Obama and his hob knobbing with celebrities like he's some kind of rock star. This is about getting serious about the country.
    Speaking of Rock Star,did you hear that Obama gave Jon Bon Jovi a ride in Air Force One? Such a fun guy,isn't he?
    Good Lord!

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  3. Last night was a start, now they know we mean business.

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  4. Democrats retook the Wisconsin senate.

    Little more complicated than you think.

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    1. I don't know about that, I read somewhere that with the planned redistricting later on this year, that the Republicans will retain control of the state senate. This Democrat may not even get to serve one day.

      Just saying.

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  5. For America, a big win

    For Obama, another nail in his coffin

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    1. Sarge and hopefully a stake through his heart(figuratively of course for you hyper sensitive liberals)
      Thanks for stopping by

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  6. My congrats to Scott Walker, well done.

    BTW, Did this President forget that today was D Day?

    Or was this another one of Obama’s failures?
    Not to recolonize D-Day is both a shame and a really big political mistake. But C'est la Vie!

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    1. He's worried about his own D-Day

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  7. The tide is starting to turn. The children may lose their turn at being in control

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  8. DDW, at least clinton flew over and tossed a wreath on the beach before heading on to Paris for some strange.

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    1. Respect is a great thing that has been lost. I have seen that one before. Imagine that, an ex actor acting like a true statesman, and now we have a president hanging with actors acting like a celebrity?

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  9. I won't be happy until the Kenyan and the Moocher move back to the trailer that they came from.

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  10. I think that some of the votes for Walker might have been votes against the recall. I think that a lot of people think that a recall should strictly be reserved for corruption or criminal behavior.

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