Skip to comments.Wisconsin cheesehead CARTOON: "The death threats will continue until voting improves"...
Posted on 03/18/2011 12:39:48 AM PDT by IPWGOP
toon ping :)
Lib writer Lee Stranahan says: “My experience in the last few months tells me what I would not have believed possible; on any number of issues I’ve seen liberals act much nastier and with less factual honesty than the conservatives... and this includes on issues where I disagree with conservatives.”
Why is he surprised? Unions/libs have a history of physical vioklence when they aren’t getting what they want. Now they are threatening Republican representatives families—they are on par with radical islamists who beat and murder those who disagree with them. I sure hope the rest of America wakes up to these terrorists soon.
“The death threats will continue until voting GOES OUR WAY!”
(another way to put it)
Kenosha County WISCONSIN lures Illinois company - and up to 105 jobs
By Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel
March 17, 2011
A company moving from northern Illinois to Kenosha County was attracted by the opportunity to operate in a more efficient building and by Wisconsin’s improved business climate, a company executive says.
BYE BYE TO THE SCUM IN 2012!
Lefties, the rest of us are finally on to you.
Better start making cardboard signs:
“Will snark for food”
“A company moving from northern Illinois to Kenosha County was attracted by the opportunity to operate in a more efficient building and by Wisconsins improved business climate, a company executive says.”
And from the link...
“Catalyst Exhibits will be relocating to a 144 sq ft. empty building (providing 105 jobs).”
While we’re into leaving a small footprint in the world, there are limits. Perhaps it’s not a good idea for Fox6 not to use “Tami” on a story that involves numbers.
So the floor space is a thousand times more than stated?
Tami, Tami, Tami....
IT PAYS TO BE IGNORANT
“So the floor space is a thousand times more than stated?
Tami, Tami, Tami....”
Yep, I figured 144,000 square feet. She could at least have a guy (or a woman who’s a bit more butch) take a look at the copy before she runs with it.
Chicago Breaking News
Wis. judge to rule today on blocking union law
8:55 AM CDT, March 18, 2011
A Wisconsin judge plans to decide today whether to block the state’s new and contentious collective bargaining law from taking effect.
Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi has set aside nearly five hours for a hearing this morning and indicated she was willing to go beyond that time to ensure she had enough evidence to make a decision.