That ought a help tourism! And here I thought I pooped my pants when I went outside to get the mail!

But then again, metaphorically speaking it is what Obama has been doing to the entire country ever since he started campaigning for the ’08 election.

In other news, Barrett is already running television ads promising taxpayer funded incentives$$$ to business owners who create what will surely be low paying, nano-benefit bearing "jobs". I can't wait until Wall Street's Infrastructure Trust departments start helping us out!

OCCUPY !

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telliottmbamsc 3 years 38 weeks ago
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Seriously though, in substance I see no real difference between what Walker is allowing with the Human Crap Special Interest Group and what Obama is permitting with Fracking, Monsanto, the Oil and Gas Industry, etc., etc,. etc., etc., ALL politicians do what ALEC wants. The threat posed by unlimited corporate funding of campaigns under Citizens United is just to great for most politicians.

A corporate decision regarding political campaign expenditures is equivalent to a Fire or Re-Hire determination for a Politician. And Special Interest groups are using this fact to extract profit making concessions that are simply awful for the 99% Both republicans and democrats are equally susceptible.

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