Uhm… …yea… …well… …I don’t think so.

How you say “Barrett lacks a sufficient body of personal experience upon which to make a value judgment” about Women’s issues. But hey, that hardly stops many of today’s democrats.

In reality, I think Barrett has so much money coming in from today’s democratic party that he has to dream crap up just to fill up all the TV spots he can afford. Barrett is a special interest group darling$$$. And I for one am fed up with Monied politicians.

VOTE KATHLEEN FALK FOR GOVERNOR OF WISCONSIN !!

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