Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Let Us Not Forget When It Started

February 19, 2009

Let us also remember the man that started it! This needs to be replayed again and again and again! From You Tube

Rick Santelli and the "Rant of the Year"

Thank you Rick Santelli

Steve Kagen Campaign Plans For 2010

Will this be Congressman Steve Kagen campaign plans for 2010  We look forward to having his closet friends campaign for him in 2010. Can you just see the TV ads!
The winning team in Wisconsin for Steve Kagen.

We can't wait till Queen Nancy Pelosi flies into Green Bay to campaign for Steve Kagen. Her leadership is what we need in Wisconsin.

Picture from AP.
Let us welcome to Appleton President Obama campaigning for Steve Kagen. Let's see, Virginia, New Jersey, the Olympics, and now in Massachusetts. A winning combination.

Attn Allison Jaslow

It's 7:51 p m, so far from Drudge.


Allison, are you going to have a long talk with your boss tomorrow?

Update 9:25 p m

52% SCOTT BROWN (R) 1,127,561
47% MARTHA COAKLEY (D)D: 1,013,451

Allison, take two of these and call us in the morning.

Right Wing, Tea Party, Conservatives Only

The Green Bay Press gets in bed with democrats to silence freedom of speech for elections. You democrats, liberals, lefties, move on , this is not meant for you.

"Editorial: Accountability a must in election ads
January 19, 2010

The Wisconsin Senate is scheduled to vote today on the single most useful way to clean up the election campaign process: Drag mudslingers kicking and screaming into the sunshine.

Senate Bill 43 would place disclosure requirements on special-interest groups and individuals that run independent campaigns for or against candidates — usually against. These groups are a major contributor to the increasingly nasty tone of recent elections.

The candidates themselves must prepare reports that list who has contributed money and services to their campaigns. Independent expenditure groups currently have no such obligation.

As a result individuals and these shadowy organizations are free to pump untold dollars into advertising that distorts records, attacks integrity and generally makes watching television during the campaign season an unpleasant chore — all without identifying themselves or their supporters.

Defenders of these ad makers liken them to freedom fighters like Tom Paine, who published "Common Sense" anonymously and advanced the cause of liberty and the American Revolution. But the majority of the ads are more like hateful graffiti, which advances only disgust and should be painted over as quickly as possible.

"Voters have a right to know who is behind all these ads, where the groups get their money and how much they are spending to influence the outcome of elections," said Mike McCabe, executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, in a memo urging senators to approve the bill today.

SB 43 would impose registration and reporting requirements similar to those for the candidates themselves. This is simply an effort to make sure everyone plays by the same rules. That's not the case under the existing system — in fact, special interests have greater power to spend and attempt to influence the election than the actual candidates.

Late last year the Legislature passed a new law that will provide public funding of campaigns for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. It was never clear how that will clean up the nasty tone that has infected the last few statewide judicial elections. SB 43, however, has the potential to be an effective tonic based on some old-fashioned premises: People have a right to confront their attackers. And attackers are less likely to spread lies and distortions if they have to identify themselves as the source of the falsehoods.

Requiring disclosure of campaign contributors means that donors will have to own up to enabling these attack ads. And placing limits on contributions means a single individual or small group will not have the ability to influence the election disproportionately.

Senators should approve SB 43 today, and the Assembly should schedule a vote as soon as possible so this measure can go to the governor to be signed into law." Editorial: Accountability a must in election ads | greenbaypressgazette.com | Green Bay Press-Gazette
Why doesn't the Wisconsin Senate pass a bill for voter ID?

Does this cover bloggers?

If you blog and contribute to a candidate, can they come after you?

Holy Cow

From Charlie Sykes

By Charlie Sykes

Oconomowoc)-Former TV news anchor Rebecca Kleefisch announces her candidacy for Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor today. After being encouraged by many of Wisconsin’s business and political leaders, Rebecca announced she will seek the state’s second highest office on an agenda of “kitchen table common sense.”"
REBECCA KLEEFISCH ANNOUNCES | Newsradio 620 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin News, Talk, Sports, Weather | Charlie Sykes

Polls Closed

Questions About The Compound

A Great Wisconsin Blogger has asked about the compound,
Soapbox Jill said...

Bunkers and compounds are cool, but are you gonna try and grow anything up north? That seems to be a down-side to the north. Also, what about the companions up north, wolf packs and the like? You mention coyote, but there are more critters the further north you go. You care?

Well Soapbox Jill, let me fill you in on some of your questions.

Mrs Berry Laker is looking to grow a garden with tomatoes, green beans, sweet corn. etc, etc. We need to fence it in with deer and other critters eating the food supplies. Working on plans for constructing of a root cellar. Also Mrs B wants to have me plant apple and pear trees and start fresh asparagus.

The deer we heard go crazy over pumpkins, apples, carrots, turnips and potatoes. The WDNR has rules on baiting  so the garden will have security cameras and high fencing. We have enough open space to start a small garden.

People have told me we will see more bear then deer. As far as black bears, stay away from the  momma bear with cubs, coyotes, not worried, wolves, hope I don't find one close. I will be learning new lessons in life and nature up there and I look forward to it.

You didn't ask but I thought I would fill you in on something of interest. The armory has a lot of space for the vehicle I am searching for. I found this bad boy on You Tube and is made by the liberals buddies in Russia. The GAZ 39371-K16 Vodnik. This baby is small enough to fit in the terminal and plenty of power for what ever you need. Here it is in action.

Voennoe delo: GAZ VODNIK, New Russian Military Vehicle for General Purpose JEEP

Owen and Jed, what do you think? Something like this in the north woods? Not Russian but American made.

Jill you posed some great questions and will try to keep you informed of my progress.

I will say, you cannot believe how close you get to God's Own creations deep in the woods in Northern Wisconsin. Deer turkey, birds, millions of stars on a clear crisp January night. It can take your breath away. A dream come true.

I will close for now and pass along what a wise blogger Dad 29 has been telling me,


Monday, January 18, 2010

Back From The Compound

Went to the northern compound and did some recon work along with some personal USO work for the Berry Laker birth descendants. Wood is waiting to be split. Heard a coyote pack off in the distance Sunday night and moved more bunker furnishing into lower level.

Drank Miller Lite, Bud Light and
"Heineken Keg, 1pk Can 5L

Heineken is a Dutch 5% ABV pale lager, made by Heineken International since 1873. It is the flagship product of the company and is made of purified water, malted barley, hops, and yeast. Heineken state that no animal products are used as ingredients or as part of the filtration process. "
Heineken Keg, 1pk Can 5L - UpCounty Fine Wine & Beer (Montgomery County Maryland Wine & Beer Online Store)
Ate Mrs Berry Lakers recipe for pulled pork. In case your looking for a recipe here's one from Amy over at Fox 11.
"Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork" Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork

Past the time with cards.
"Players and Cards
500 Rummy is played with a standard 52 card deck plus two jokers, 54 cards in all. The game is possible for any number of players from 2 to about 8. When 5 or more people play, two decks shuffled together (108 cards) should be used.

Rules of Card Games: 500 Rum

Watched NFL football on Saturday and Sunday. Channel 5 and 11 kept going out. Digital TV from Green Bay is not good from 11:00 am to after dark. Happy just to get some shows during the time there.

Did I miss anything?

Back at the southern bunker for a few days for career assignments and that will give me a chance to catch up on current events.