Dear Kock brothers and Democratic party,
It’s funny how Wisconsin doesn’t have money for education and Medicaid.  However, the Republicans, aka the Kock brothers, and the Democratic party are wasting millions of dollars on negative political TV commercials trying to persuade voters to vote for them.  This happens every election with Republicans and Democrats thrashing each other begging from us to mud sling.  The governor accuses Mary Burke of plagiarism.  What does that have to do with the real issues facing Wisconsin, like cutting education and Medicaid?  Nothing?  Walker would’t know what plagiarism is!  He probably can’t write a sentence even though he has a book.  That’s another matter.  My point is that we, as Americans, need to demand that political candidates stick to the issues. The nation needs to find solutions.  Until we do that money will be wasted on nonsense.  Politicians tend to forget they serve the people not themselves or a few, like the Kock brothers.  Now that’s what America is about! 

October 13, 2014

Governor Walker says that Wisconsin’s economy has improved due to an investment in education creating employment growth.  I recall a couple of years ago when Governor Walker wanted to close down Madison College during the $133 million expansion project.  Does this make sense?  Wisconsin’s economy has improved as the national economy’s has slowly recovered.  The Governor keeps reducing funding to education.  What do you expect from a governor without a college degree?  It’s typical Walker.  Let’s get rid of this uneducated tea party Governor.  Then he will have plenty of time to write a second book for real.  I will be his editor making him rewrite it five times before we send out to publishers.

Walker’s Plan

October 7, 2014

The only positive thing that Governor Walker has done in the last four years is to create an employment program for the disabled.  Governor Walker wants to use four hundred million dollars to create jobs for the disabled. Here’s how the revenue should be spent according to a CP author’s opinion. One hundred million should be used to establish community workshops for the cognitively disabled in every county seat in Wisconsin.  Another one hundred million dollars should go to the people with learning disabilities for adaptive aides.  One and fifty million dollars should be given to the Waisman Center for adaptive technologies for the physically disabled to help make the physically disabled able to work.  Fifty million dollars should be given to college-educated, talented physically disabled people to pursue their careers.  This is a noble deed by Governor Walker.  I admire him for it.  I can’t believe that I said that.  Will the governor listen to me?  No!