Robocalls falsely telling petition signers they don't have to vote
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KEN wrote:You`re correct Deb.
Much of the damage and hatred caused by walker will be with Wisconsin for a long time.
He`s an evil little man, and his evil ways will linger like a stench over our great state and it`s people.
neup99 wrote:Walker is as much to blame for citizens arguing with each other as a sports team is when their fans riot.
XYZ1 wrote:Wrong. Walker is THE reason Wisconsin is an absolute mess right now. Was it like this before he was Governor? No.
tooten wrote: Did he send flyers out directing that people refer to each other as "Libtards" and "Teabaggers"? Again, people need to be responsible for thier own actions.
tooten wrote:XYZ1, I know that you obviously pull some of your thoughts out of your behind, so muddled thinking is excusable, but please don't misquote me. Thanks.
Well put... anyways, I still don't understand what you're saying. You're saying that Walker is not responsible for any of the aftermath of his actions?
tooten wrote:XYZ1 I'm certain that I don't write as well as either of the Mr. Tobins on this board, but I try to keep it simple. Apparently that "muddled thinking" is interfering with your reading comprehension as well. Quit whining, nobody likes a poor loser and Wisconsin certainly has seen enough of poor losers already. Give it a week or two and you can start back up crying about Romney making to much money in his lifetime.
Hogsback wrote:I am truthfully sick to death of all of this complaining. Something I was taught at an early age was don't complain or dwell on something either you don't have control over or can't offer a logical solution to the issue. Are you going to run for office and make the change? Are you going to lend a helping hand when you see someone struggling to make ends meet? What are you going to do to make a difference? We can complain all day long and fight with each other over "what's right" political issues and legislature effect each person differently. Stop attacking each other and start attacking the issues. Help someone with their resume, point someone towards a place where they can find food and shelter, clean up a park instead of whining about it's future plans whether true or not. Frankly, start acting like adults, role models to our children, and supporters of our community.
I am off the soapbox now.
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