You may recall Uber Millionaire Herb Kohl represented the State in the Senate during the collapse of the Country into a pile of concentrated wealth. Yea, I know, surprise!

What really ticks me off is at the time of Herb calling it quits he proudly proclaimed that he represented ALL Americans during his tenure. Even though every indication under the sun clearly indicated that the interests of 1% to 10% of those Americans and their Corporations didn’t need one more iota of listening to for quite sometime now! The Country was out of balance in favor of the 1% to 10% for years and Kohl (and apparently Barrett) was still giving their interests’ ample voice in his decisions.

Kohl listened to ALL Americans all right, even when doing so propelled the Countries Economy further and further out of balance! He should have given the voice of his Uber rich friends less wieght and the 99% more weight in his decisions. But that wasn’t what Kohl did and now Kohl wants Tom Barrett to be Governor of Wisconsin. I say….GOOD GOD NO!!

Vote Kathleen Falk

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