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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Scott Walker Doesn’t Mince Words

Now who sounds like the adult?
Scott walker sounds pretty "boned" up on
foreign policy to me. He is also well spoken
and sounds presidential to me,not like he
jumped out of a "clown car".

63 comments:

  1. Poll finds Clinton slipping in Colorado and Iowa !!

    Uh oh! Maybe time for democrats to think about ,Pocahontas, or Elmer Fudd !

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    1. Or maybe Hugo Chavez, Bill Ayers, or Raúl Castro?

      Or maybe even Al Sharpton?

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  2. Chaffee is considering 2016.

    The repubs have Elmer Fudd in Louie Gohmert.

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    1. Oh! Ha ha! Your so funny ! What a great comment! I can't stop laughing!

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    2. The Left has Hillary and Liz, hippie chick commune rejects from the 60's who couldn't even get laid back THEN!

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  3. How about those Clowns, Gary Johnson and Jim Gray, or are they still under contract with Barnum and Bailey!

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  4. yeah he talks funny right RN?

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  5. That and other issues too many to mention.

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    1. yeah so many issues so little time unlike the current admin

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  6. Scott Walker is one of my favorites so far.

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    1. What can he to for you if you're an average middle class American besides take shit away and have you pay more for the tax cuts he will give the rich?

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    2. That platform probably sounds good to kid.

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    3. It sounds good to a lot of Americans, Ducky; this is where you make your fatal mistake on the blogs.
      Some of us even value the human rights of others enough that we've been happy to have sanctions on Cuba...meanwhile, your president is making nice/nice with Raoul....I guess values don't REALLY matter to some of you?
      Sad

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    4. It sounds good to a lot of Americans, Ducky; this is where you make your fatal mistake on the blogs.
      Some of us even value the human rights of others enough that we've been happy to have sanctions on Cuba...meanwhile, your president is making nice/nice with Raoul....I guess values don't REALLY matter to some of you?
      Sad

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    5. It is a shame this Koch tool wasn't successfully recalled. The Koch money helped him retain his governorship, despite his disgraceful attack on public sector unions. Hopefully more Koch money won't buy him the presidency. A Walker presidency would be good for the very wealthy, but very bad for the rest of us.

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  7. what the hell has Obama done for the average middle class? Middle class family income has dropped $4,000 per year since the he took office.

    You need to get off the white house web site and media matters. makes you sound foolish.

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    1. So by your math my income should be $24k less than 6 years ago? Wow you're stupid.

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  8. Thanks Rusty. Obama haS done nothing but made middle class people more miserable.
    These idiots still worship this false prophet. They think because he mentions the words middle class that he really cares about them.
    Hillary already has the same narrative .
    I guess some people aren't miserable enough yet

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  9. Yesssir, Good 'ol Clown Car Scott would revoke ANY agreement with Iran, regardless. Negotiations are not an option. The only option is putting on the kneepads in fornt of Nuttyyahoo.

    This is the type of Teabag panderer you want to elect?
    Please stop.

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    1. "Better to keep your mouth shut and let others think you're a fool than to open it and let them know it for sure."

      So in your case, Canardo, by all means keep talking. It's vastly amusing to witness your repeated attempts to utter pejorative epithets and make baseless accusations with your foot crammed down your throat all the up to the ankle.

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    2. Baseless?
      The moron's statement is that he would reject ANY agreemement with Iran.

      The content doesn't matter to these pathological morons.

      I'll give you this, child. Your retort was filled with relevent content.

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    3. Your president, on the other hand, is both perfect and your one black friend... and we can't say anything bad about him.

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  10. Oh poor ducky.....Obie and Kerry got a Persian ass fuckin.....Bibi was right all along.

    Lurch and the Jig got bent over........again...

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  11. Lets see now, Obama said that the talks with Iran will lead to "a future in which we can verify that Iran's nuclear program is peaceful and that it cannot build a nuclear weapon."

    Everybody pretty much knows that the silly farce of a "nuclear deal" with Iran, is a fake. Iran has no more intention of keeping any promises than the Obama administration does. And everybody knows it. Unless one believes in Unicorns and other fantasies. Haven’t we been down this road before??...Only fools trust Obama or the Iranians except Obama apparently.
    Didn’t Obama once say that Iran was a terrorist state that should never and will never, under his watch, obtain nuclear weapons. Did he say these things just to get elected knowing all along what he was really going to do?
    What has changed?
    Why the change of heart? Sorry, but I have to say that Obama and Kerry are both fools..

    As for Scott Walker, I am very impressed with him as a candidate! He has proven himself time and time again. He's high up on my short list.. I like Cruz too! In fact I like anyone that the Progressives don’t like. I find it to be very enjoyable to sit back and watch the commie/liberals get their assholes all puckered up. That noise you hear is the lefty loon's heads spinning and exploding, and it’s getting louder and louder every day.

    Where are all the Hillary Clinton Butt Kissers now that all these scandals are coming into sight? ? Funny right? She is totally washed up now! You can still wish if you want? I see a Republican taken over the White House in 2016! Damn does that piss you Radicals off?

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    1. Hillary the hag. Her and Jeb should just throw in the towel. America is ready for fresh ideas and common sense people who are more concerned about country before popularity.
      Obama was the worst choice they could have made.

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    2. "Her and Jeb?" Really? Lol, goober!

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  12. Unlike old George Herbert Walker
    Wisconsin's Scott's a right good talker.

    I'd like to him get 'nough traction
    To put his brave words into action.


    ~ FreeThinke

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  13. A rat-a-tat-tat and boom-boon-boom
    Ole Scott Walker a singing that tune.

    When the bombs start a dropping and real lives start a falling
    Ole Scott Walker will still be a talking

    Bulls*it.

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  14. I bet Walker will listen to his advisers instead of worrying about his BS Legacy like Barry does.
    You can't negotiate with ideologues like Iran. They are as much indoctrinated as Obama supporters. The hate trumps any sort of logical reasoning.

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    1. Wisconsin's Governor Walker is articulate, clear thinking, thoroughly prepared without appearing either coached, scripted or stilted, and speaks proper English in a quiet, well-modulated tone.

      He's quite presentable, not bad looking, but has nothing flashy, bombastic or theatrical about his demeanor. Hardly charismatic, not particularly exciting, but strikes me as both serious and solid.

      Even if he is a mite stolid, his record of accomplishment in consistently winning battles against powerful, well-organized leftist blocs makes him the most credible contender so far to throw his hat into the ring.

      I listened carefully to the entire interview again, and feel comfortable with what l what I saw -- with one notable exception: SEAN HANNITY!

      Poor loudmouthed, pea-brained Sean has no more talent for conducting an interview than Hillary Clinton and John Kerry have for directing foreign policy. Instead of asking pertinent questions and letting the interviewee answer them, he makes the near-fatal mistake of trying to give the answers he wants to hear in lengthy speeches before the person being interviewed can get a word in edgewise. Also, he repeatedly READS –– in tedious singsong fashion –- from long LISTS –– on CAMERA with his head down, which is very unprofessional.

      Clearly, Sean Hannity is a detriment to the Conservative Cause. He seems to think it's all about him. If it wee up to me, I'd have him taken off the air. He's an embarrassment to his profession.

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    2. Right Lisa, keep telling yourself that. OVER, and OVER, and OVER again.

      Fact is with the possible exception of George Washington, Dwight Eisenhower, and Harry Truman ALL presidents have worried abo their legacy. So will Walker I'm sure, should the country be so foolhardy as to elect him. If they do one or both of the houses of congress better turn blue.

      Even you and FT would be worried about your legacy were it come to pass. Thankfully it won't.

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    3. But most legacies have been PRO AMERICAN. Most legacies desired by past presidents have not put us in jeopardy. Most legacies have been for ALL the people.
      Big difference.

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    4. Thank You Z that is the point,good call

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  15. Those who can do. Those who can't ought to have enough sense to keep quiet.

    Better to keep your mouth shut and let others think you're a fool than to open it and let them know it for sure.

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  16. FT , you should know by now, to can't teach an OLD FOOL like RN anything that may make sense .
    So why bother?

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  17. You're absolute right Billc, old fools like you most certainly cannot teach me a damn thing.

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  18. .....what a blistering whit on the bald headed goofball..... he's a devotee of the Al Gore school of comedy....

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  19. Other than being deloused
    There's nothing of a more unpleasant kind
    Than being forced to joust
    With a fiercely feeble mind.

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  20. Unfortunately there does not exist as yet the ability to travel back in time eh FreeThinke? Back to the time when everything made sense for you and everyone knew his or her place. The time before Marx f*cked the world with his social economic philosophy. Back to the dats when there was real tyranny to fight and men were brave.

    Yes sir Massa FreeThinke, back to the good olde days of your romantic dreams.

    What a shame...

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  21. PS: Fiercely "feeble mind" FreeThinke? A free functioning "feeble mind" must certainly be better than a mind locked in the past.

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    1. Feeble Mind?
      FT has more brains in his pinky then you'll ever have in that thing YOU call mind.

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  22. A mind that is anchored on a particular day is in every way superior to the one that is forever adrift in the Rationalizations of the new day. For the anchored mind has a basis for comparison, the drifting mind has "none".

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    1. Have I disagreed? It is only when the mind is anchored so firmly hat no possibility for change exists. I'm quite sure you understand this.

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    2. On the contrary, it's the only form of mind in which a change would ever be even noticed, analyzed and then understood. But I wouldn't be surprised if you don't understand this. Acceptance of changes that aren't in your best interest seems to be something you desire. :)

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    3. Quite the contrary Thersites, quite the contrary.

      Rational Self Interest. I'm not at all interested in what either collective tribe is selling. :-) :-) :-)

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    4. Then you are all alone. Good luck with that. I may not like what both sides are selling. But at least I have one to work on changing. :)

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    1. Social and political commentary[edit]

      Difference and Repetition does on rare occasion depart from the realm of pure philosophy to make explicitly sociopolitical statements. These have a generally leftist bent. They include:

      "We claim that there are two ways to appeal to 'necessary destructions': that of the poet, who speaks in the name of a creative power, capable of overturning all orders and representations in order to affirm Difference in the state of permanent revolution which characterizes eternal return; and that of the politician, who is above all concerned to deny that which 'differs,' so as to conserve or prolong an established historical order" (53).

      "Real revolutions have the atmosphere of fêtes. Contradiction is not the weapon of the proletariat but, rather, the manner in which the bourgeoisie defends and preserves itself, the shadow behind which it maintains its claim to decide what the problems are" (268).

      "The more our daily life appears standardised, stereotyped, and subject to an accelerated reproduction of objects of consumption, the more art must be injected into it in order to extract from it that little difference which plays simultaneously between other levels of repetition, and even in order to make the two extremes resonate—namely, the habitual series of consumption and the instinctual series of destruction and death" (293).


      Interesting link. Thanks Thersites.

      If Kant leaning certainly more left than not.

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  24. The current Obama adminstration in power demand tax cuts that will add aother trillion more to our national debt. Are they too stupid to see this connection? Sure over spending is a problem, but you would have to be a moron not to see that. So what differance does it matter at this point?

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  25. I will be back soon everyobe,spending some time with a very sick friend

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    1. Remove the letter "R." and you'll have it right.

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  27. Oh lookie, the puppets are out and about.

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  28. The GOP will do everything it can to destroy Scott Walker (I like him and I'm a Democrat). Until the GOP tosses out every tassled loafer milquetoast ( like Illinois Senator Marque Kirque) and grows a pair enough to call idiots in the media exactly what they happen to be - Hillary is unbeatable, unless Walker gets the nod.

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  29. Probably right Pat. this is a problem for them. They need to rally behind someone who is electable .......for once
    Thanks for the comment

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  30. Scott Wackeroo has been bought so long ago it is pathetic....they only articulate answers he can give are spoon fed him...as much as I hate to....FT understands this. The guy is a joke. http://www.forbes.com/sites/rickungar/2015/02/02/scott-walker-presidential-bid-self-destructs-on-abcs-this-week/

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