Saturday, May 05, 2012

Green Bay Cabela's, A Win For Walker

Cabela’s sporting goods superstore coming to Ashwaubenon

Outfitters to open store nearLambeau Field in 2013
12:42 AM, May. 5, 2012
ASHWAUBENON — Sporting goods superstore chain Cabela’s will anchor the gateway site to the Lambeau Development District in a move expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the area. Construction on the store is expected to begin within 60 days, and the store is set to open by July 2013.
The addition of the Nebraska-based retailer to the 21-acre site on the southeast corner of the Lombardi Avenue/U.S. 41 intersection was announced Friday morning in front of nearly 50 people, mostly business leaders and local leaders.
“We won Green Bay!” Cabela’s CEO Tommy Millner said, referencing previous talks ofBass Pro Shops possibly building a store at the site owned by the Green Bay Packers.

Read more at the Green Bay Press Gazette.
WUPN: “We have to wonder why the paper didn’t talk to any democrats like Bob Jauch or Dale Schultz on this? Did anyone talk to Dave Hansen? A win for jobs, for Ashwaubenon, the Packers, the people of the area and a win for Scott Walker and the republicans in Wisconsin.
This should be a commercial in the upcoming election.
Remember this letter from the four dems last January from Wis Politics.”

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Seals Tell Different Story On Gutsy Call

SEALs slam Obama for using them as 'ammunition' in bid to take credit for bin Laden killing during election campaign 
By TOBY HARNDEN PUBLISHED: 18:35 EST, 30 April 2012 | UPDATED: 19:34 EST, 30 April 2012
Serving and former US Navy SEALs have slammed President Barack Obama for taking the credit for killing Osama bin Laden and accused him of using Special Forces operators as ‘ammunition’ for his re-election campaign.
The SEALs spoke out to MailOnline after the Obama campaign released an ad entitled ‘One Chance’.
In it President Bill Clinton is featured saying that Mr Obama took ‘the harder and the more honourable path’ in ordering that bin Laden be killed. The words ‘Which path would Mitt Romney have taken?’ are then displayed.
 Besides the ad, the White House is marking the first anniversary of the SEAL Team Six raid that killed bin Laden inside his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan with a series of briefings and an NBC interview in the Situation Room designed to highlight the ‘gutsy call’ made by the President. 

 Read more at The Mail Online.

Oh brother, who made the gutsy call? Seems someone wants to take credit for everything.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Falk Wants Stepp Fired

Falk trying to look important from Appleton Post Crescent. 

Falk made the demand Monday at a news conference after the Wisconsin State Journal reported that the number of DNR environmental permit violation notices dropped to a 12-year low in 2011. DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp told the newspaper she wants the agency to focus on customer service and not be so intimidating.

Funny, the Wisconsin State Journal all of a sudden just came out with a DNR report?