Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Kagen's Bus Out Of Town

From the Green Bay Press.

"Jobs are still available with Census Bureau
Kagen in Allouez to recruit for Northeastern Wisconsin

By MIKE HOEFT • mhoeft@greenbaypressgazette.com • March 9, 2010

Looking for a temporary job? The Census Bureau is still hiring."
Jobs are still available with Census Bureau | greenbaypressgazette.com | Green Bay Press-Gazette

Weisrock and U.S. Rep. Steve Kagen, D-Appleton, met Monday with news media in Allouez in front of a Green Bay Transit bus outfitted with the Census logo to make a pitch for people to get involved in the effort.

Isn't it fitting Steve Kagen stands in front of a bus. The hope is Congressman Kagen will be run of a town and a bus is just what he needs.

"One person can make a difference, not only in voting but in counting," Kagen said.

Kagen relates counting votes like counting people, With all the democrat voter fraud, do they go and count heads at cemeteries?

If you go to the PG article you see the wasted money Kagen is spending on the side of the bus. Talk about a waste of tax dollars!
Jobs include census takers, clerks, crew leaders and assistants, and recruiting assistants. The jobs also pay 50 cents a mile for travel. The positions are for 20 to 40 hours a week and can extend from three weeks to three months, Weisrock said.

Congressman Kagen, jobs for only three weeks? Where are the real jobs he promised with the stimulus?

Steve Kagen should be run out of town on a rail in November but since trains are all but gone, he can take a bus.

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