Tuesday, June 15, 2010

George Bush, Scott Walker Seen In Appleton Wisconsin

This must be Steve Kagen Day at Berry Laker. Story # 3.

Is Congressman Steve Kagen getting jumpy, worried about the election or is he losing it?

From the Green Bay Press. 

"U.S. Rep. Steve Kagen calls Appleton police over photographers in driveway

Gannett Wisconsin Media • June 15, 2010

APPLETON — Appreciation of some homes on the city’s south side earned a couple of exchange students contact with police after they unwittingly took a photo of U.S. Rep. Steve Kagen’s home.

Kagen told police Sunday afternoon that two people he didn’t recognize had walked up his driveway – described as a “long private driveway” in the police report – and taken photos of his home.

An officer found two people walking a dog in the neighborhood, and the two – a 22-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman – said they were German citizens who were at a local company as business exchange students.

The officer said the man readily showed him photos on his digital camera and said he was taking photos of various homes and had no knowledge of a politician’s home.

The photos showed street views of various “character homes” in the area that also would be available on the city’s website, the officer said." U.S. Rep. Steve Kagen calls Appleton police over photographers in driveway | greenbaypressgazette.com | Green Bay Press Gazette
Were they really tea party activists? You know those right wing kooks Kagen seen at last years listening sessions? Steve was thinking, "My God, they're coming for me"

No, it was not a part of the right wing conspiracy it was, it was........

It was George Bush and Scott Walker walking around Kagen's house in Appleton. Kagen just said last week it's Bush's fault on almost everything. I thought I would throw Scott's name in there since most democrats blame Walker for everything else.

Will Kagen apologize to the two students from Germany? What for, he's a democrat, he doesn't have to.

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