I would definitely nix Thompson.
Here is some information that is pretty damning of his ideas:
Cultivating Green Tieranny: RootsMore on that from the WI 912 Project:
Written by Kirsten Monday, 06 August 2012 22:32
The first in-depth article in this series dealt with a significant but little-known Agenda 21-based agreement established in 1998 by Governor Tommy Thompson between the State of Wisconsin and the German state of Bavaria. That agreement would become a refining fire for dangerous ideas already percolating in Wisconsin. In 1999 those ideas would take more definitive shape in an elaborate proposal for the Green Tier program.
Did Governor Thompson know what he was signing? Remarks made by both Thompson and Schnappauf on the occasion of the MOU's signing make it nearly impossible to believe Thompson was anything but fully informed as to the content and nature of the agreement. Both men refer to the aims spelled out in the agreement. They refer to globalist aims and socialist approaches. In fact, Thompson asserted: "It's government's job to help others do what's right," thereby granting verbal as well as written consent to the agreement's purpose and signaling fully considered participation in its aims.Seems to me like the conservative thing to do is find out as much about each candidate as possible (which is what you are doing), then pull the lever.
Thanks for your input!
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