Saturday, March 08, 2008

To My Too Buddies

Comments posted on March 3rd,


Anonymous said...
You see, once again you have proven your lack of credibility and inability to put forth any amount of effort to research before you post. Kagen's allergy clinics are a business, which he does not own. Yet Steve Kagen the man is still a doctor. Doctor refers to the degree he has. When he ran for Congress, he didn't burn his medical degree, nor did he
contact the University of Wisconsin and ask them to destroy all records of his least I would assume he didn't.

By your logic, any MD that works for an HMO or any other business that he or she does not own is not a doctor. Instead of focusing on Kagen so much, maybe you should be out there exposing all these quacks for misrepresenting themselves.

It's time for someone to start doing their homework.

6:57 PM

Blue Revolution said...
This guy is a joke. He must be John Gard's
cousin because he only knows bullshit. He can't even write a solid conservative opinion. If you're going to smear, at least learn how to do it properly.

8:21 PM
I m sew sowwy guyz n galz, i didnt get too tank yu fur yur communts. Furst you donnut lik me spellen an now yu queztion me crudablity. wat gives, i taught yu taught i waz o k. I wood bee glade to giv yu sume crudit, butt yu hav too ern dat.

Bloo rev, du yu waurk fur stevie Kagen? I sean you tied to his name. No omm knot eny rlation to John Gard, butt I herd he will win da nex alection! Are yu inn da big citi of Warshinton. Az Gomer wood say, SHHHHHAAAAZZZAM.
Did i doo dat propor enuff fur yu?

Oh Anobmenus, i wood knote furget yu. Tanks fur wat yu sade. Nex tim iall tri too do som butter homewerk. yu gout mee on dat one.

Caw mee enetime an weed can tawk.
You guyz kepe dem communusts cummin an i well tri tu dobutter on me posts. I still liik yu too.

Yur bud, berrry lakr,

O buy da whey, Uncle Jed saz mr kagen has to go bak too da big citi an start his doctrs offic agen. Hez ben snezin somtin bad lately. Ken yu hav Doc Kagen tak ann see em?

To My Oldest Son

From Pine River World News

[The following joke is from the Sofia News Agency,
Bulgaria, newswire.]- - -
Just a Joke - - -- Reaching the end of a job interview, the human resources person asked a young engineer fresh out of MIT, "And what starting salary were you looking for?"- The engineer said, "In the neighborhood of $125,000 a year,
depending on the benefits package."- The interviewer said, "Well, what would you say to a package of 5-weeks vacation, 14 paid holidays, full medical and dental, company matching retirement fund to 50% of salary, and a company car leased
every 2 years - say, a red Corvette?"- The engineer sat up straight and said, "Wow! Are you kidding?"- The interviewer replied, "Yeah, but you started it."
Son, did you understand the joke?

Badger Basketball

Not in sharing mood
Landry aims to help Badgers claim outright title
Marcus Landry, like the rest of his teammates, understands that the job isn't done. A loss at 2 p.m. today to Northwestern would jeopardize the Badgers' chance for a No. 1 seeding in the conference tournament next week and open the door for a three-way tie for the Big Ten championship. Go to Story »

Wisconsin vs. Northwestern
2:00 p m
Big Ten Network

Go Badgers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The "Iron Lady"

From Bloomberg News

Margaret Thatcher Scheduled to Leave Hospital After Tests
By Hamish Risk
March 8 (Bloomberg) -- Former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was scheduled to leave a London hospital today after falling ill at a House of Lords dinner yesterday and undergoing medical tests, her spokesman Mark Worthington said.

Thatcher helped end the Cold War and was known as the ``Iron Lady'' for her dominance of British politics during the 1980s. She led the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990, and was prime minister from 1979 to 1990..

We wish Lady Thatcher a speedy recovery. What a GREAT and GRAND lady. I need to make some comments which relate to Lady Thatcher and our political spotlight in the United States

With all our election talk , "can Hillary be president", "we have to vote for Hillary, she's a women", "you just don't want a women president"! "You have to vote for Obama, he would be our first African American President"! "Are you a racist"? How small and simple minded the left and young voters are.

We vote for president every four years to put in place someone to serve and protect the citizens of this great country.

If Hillary was like Margret Thatcher, or like Condi Rice. I would have no problem voting for her. J. C. Watts Jr., when will you run for president?

The bar is set very high on my expectations for president. I see no gender, I see no color, I see no special religion, I only see someone who will advance my ideas. At times, todays elections may be a struggle but as Ronald Reagen said;

The ultimate determinant in the struggle now going on for the world will not be bombs and rockets but a test of wills and ideas-a trial of spiritual resolve:
the values we hold, the beliefs we cherish and the ideals to which we are dedicated. Ronald Reagan 40th president of US (1911 - 2004)

Gender, race, religion or political affiliation should have no bearing on who we elect. We elect the best person to lead this GREAT country.

Lady Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, what great leaders.

Get well Mrs. Thatcher.

Thursday, March 06, 2008

How About Them Badgers

From J S Online

"2008, Big Ten Champions."

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

From the Left

Received this from a lefty friend of mine.
Don't you people have better things to do?
Resist in March

March 19 marks the 5th Anniversary of the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Peace and justice organizations will hold actions around the country and in Washington, DC to demand an end to the funding of the occupation, along with the impeachment of the president and vice president who launched it. For the full range of activities, see

Come on, your pulling my leg, your going to impeach the president and vice president. Pssst, don't tell anyone but there gone by January. I won't tell anyone if you don't.

The timing of these efforts could not be better, with Congress considering another $105 billion for the occupation of Iraq, with Nobel laureate Joseph
Stiglitz putting the true costs of the occupation over $3 trillion, and with awareness growing that Congress can simply stop voting on additional funds. Here's what we want our Representatives to do: ttp://

Oh, I could almost pe my pants, a nobel laureate ran the numbers. He must really be a smart guy. Youser!

They must have nothing to do.

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

In Thirty Years

Heres my prediction.

In 30 YEARS Britney Farve will have a son and he will take the Green Bay Packers to the next Super Bowl in 2038

There will never be another.

To my two sons, I hope in your life time you will have a hero like ours Brett Farve.

The Next Super Bowl

As I was talking to my boys last night, Brett Favre's name came up. My older son said he wished Brett would retire. It's OK, he young and a Rogers fan. Well it happened today.

As we discussed his Rogers rant I told them if Brett retires you will wait, maybe if your lucky, you will wait 25 to 30 years before Green Bay comes back to glory.

Thats 2033 or 2038 and I will be 70 to 80 years old.


Something you cannot put into any words.
Speechless and Priceless!
He made us all feel like a kid again.
Thanks for the memories.
Green Bay will never be the same.

Thank you Brett, we will never forget you in Wisconsin.

Monday, March 03, 2008

New Page Paper Mill

Time will tell if the people from Niagara see it happen. Lets hope things go well for the mill workers.

From Pine River World News
NewPage would assist in sale of mill for non-coated
[Excerpt:] - NewPage committed Monday to assist in the sale or re-use of the Niagara Mill for the production of pulp or non-coated paper, according to a joint news release from U.S. Reps. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., Steve Kagen, D-Wis., and Thomas Petri, R-Wis. People on both sides of the border have been hoping that NewPage, one of the nation's largest papermakers, would agree to sell the mill to a non-competing company. The meeting in Washington, D.C.,was a virtualwho's who for state and congressional leaders from Wisconsin and Michigan. Along with Stupak,Kagen and Petri, the roster included NewPage chairman and CEO Mark Suwyn, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle, and U.S. Sens. Carl Levin, D-Mich., Russ Feingold, D-Wis., Herb Kohl, D-Wis., and Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich.

Gasoline Moratorium

Time 3;54 p m
Nymex Crude Future 102.49 up .65
Nymex RBOB Gasoline Future 267.25 up .26

Ok, when is someone going to tell our President to put a moratorium on all blended gasoline for summer use. I could just see the price of gasoline drop like a lead balloon.

Wouldn't it be GREAT to pay 2.49 gal. fuel.

That would sure show the ethanol whore's a lesson.

Did I Miss Something

With all the doom gloom, what happened?

From the
Green Bay Press Gazette

Posted March 3, 2008
Despite snow, frigid weather, heating costs are about normal WPS spokesman says winter has been abnormally normal
Richard Ryman
Heat this winter will cost about as much as expected. "Based on normal temperatures, the price is pretty close to what we estimated when winter began," said Kerry Spees, spokesman for Wisconsin Public Service Corp.

Spees said the typical customer using 900 therms of natural gas annually will pay $742. That compares with about $740 last year and $830 for the 2005-2006 heating season, when natural gas prices were significantly higher.

I thought the sky is falling! I thought everyone spent all their money on heating costs. I thought this was the highest heating costs ever! What happened in 2005 - 2006?

The MSM keeps telling the doom and gloom stories and people just suck it in! When will people wake up and not believe everything they hear!

Go have a Pepsi Max and, "Wake Up People"

Sunday, March 02, 2008

UGLY But Good

Associated Press espn Link

Martin earns Junior first win after causing wreck between Edwards, Keselowski LAS VEGAS -- Mark Martin took Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Victory Lane by winning the Nationwide Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, then immediately apologized for an accident he started in the closing laps. Martin, the winningest driver in NASCAR's No. 2 series, raced to the 48th victory of his career Saturday in a car owned by Earnhardt's JR Motorsports. But the win came at the expense of Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski, who races full-time for Earnhardt.