Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Where are you, Senator Feingold?

Hat Tip Charlie Sykes

It appears that we have lost Senator Feingold again. Every time President Obama comes to the state of Wisconsin, Senator Feingold gets lost.

This time, the President is appearing on behalf of the senator and Feingold still cannot bother to show up. Hopefully Mayor Barrett will be there to soften the blow for the President.

My Way News
Democratic Party Chairman Timothy Kaine says he sees no slight in Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold skipping a campaign rally tonight where President Barack Obama is appearing on his behalf.

Kaine tells CBS's "The Early Show" that candidates "make their own decisions about these things." And Kaine, a former Virginia governor, says Feingold understands that Obama can energize the party's base.

Well, Mr. President, Senator Feingold stood against the people of Wisconsin, and supported your massive failure of a stimulus boondoggle and the job killing government takeover of our very lives in health care "reform". It appears that it will cost the Senator his job.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Thanks for admitting it, Senator Feingold

It sure helps an opponent's campaign a ton when a candidate actually admits to voting for the most unpopular legislation in years.

Senator Feingold, thanks for admitting that you voted for the highly unpopular and complete waste of almost a trillion dollars known as the stimulus bill.

Just as unpopular, maybe more...thanks for admitting that you voted for the health care boondoggle.


Speaking in front of state AFL-CIO unionists meeting here at their state convention, U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) defended his votes for extending unemployment compensation, approving the health-care and economic stimulus bills, and opposing trade agreements.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Red Carpet needed!

Looking for a swath of red carpet to roll out for President Obama, welcoming him back to Wisconsin.

I mean, come on...Senator Feingold and Mayor Barrett really need your help right now Mr. President.

Mr. President, just ignore the lowest approval ratings of your presidency and the idea that most Americans are less likely to support a candidate that you support.

See CNN poll:

A solid majority of all Americans -- 56 percent -- say that Obama has fallen short of their expectations. As a result, the president is not in a position to help struggling Democratic candidates; only 37 percent of likely voters say they are more likely to vote for a congressional candidate backed by Obama.

Come to Wisconsin anyway, Mr. President! I am certain we can rustle up some red carpet from somewhere!

...or better yet...perhaps you can give us some more of the useless stimulus money and we can buy you a new red carpet!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

It is hammerhead time!

Yes, this video has gone viral. Here is the website. Keep passing it on!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Can you feel it?

Something is happening here:

Election 2010: Wisconsin Senate

Ron Johnson (R) 51%

Russ Feingold (D) 44%

Some Other Candidate 1%

Not Sure 4%

Don't get too excited.
There is a lot of work to be done in the next few weeks.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Always remember

Thank you to the College Republicans around the state who have reminded us that the attacks on 9/11 are never to be forgotten.

A special thanks to Catherine Lambrechts, President of the UW-Parkside College Republicans, who took the initiative and got 2976 flags planted in the ground to remember each victim of the 9/11 attacks.

Always remember!