Would you vote for Walker for Dog Cat...

Would you vote for Walker for Dog Catcher?

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Fitzwalkerstan Puppets

Eau Claire, WI

#1 Sep 9, 2015
Does he have the chops and smarts to catch a smart canine?
Tad Pole

Thorp, WI

#2 Dec 11, 2015
Fitzwalkerstan Puppets wrote:
Does he have the chops and smarts to catch a smart canine?
scott is the king !!!!!!!!
Eitzwalkerstan

Alma Center, WI

#12 Aug 18, 2017
Teabag them all wrote:
Here you are again on my my discussion forum.
Scooter licks the sack
Smegma smegma ,,,,, lick a sack,,,,, lick a sack,,,All nuts to my chin get in line I'm here to service all.
Wine E Zipp

Galesville, WI

#14 Aug 24, 2017
fitzwalkerstan survivor wrote:
<quoted text>

I'm a horny little man,I'll do anything I can do to help.
Anyone else? Join the line. I just can't service twenty at a time anymore.. I know what I will get my sister \ mom to help
Sicko to the bone,,,,, with no skills or education,,,, so sad.
Soul brother

Cadott, WI

#16 Aug 29, 2017
Just what is the deal with dog catcher?????
In Charge

Eau Claire, WI

#19 Sep 14, 2017
Eitzwalkerstan wrote:
<quoted text> Smegma smegma ,,,,, lick a sack,,,,, lick a sack,,,All nuts to my chin get in line I'm here to service all.
You are a sexy little knob gobbler. Here have my nuts to your chin
In Charge

Eau Claire, WI

#20 Sep 14, 2017
"Who bagger wrote"
Here you are again on my my discussion forum.
Scooter licks the sack

No your mom does
Rita

Fall Creek, WI

#21 Sep 24, 2017
In Charge wrote:
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No
reduced to zero
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#22 Sep 24, 2017
Soul brother wrote:
Just what is the deal with dog catcher?????
It's a job Scooter is not qualified for,or any of his followers
KaTee Vineout

Melrose, WI

#23 Sep 24, 2017
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[/QUOTE] Pumpkin and spice
KaTee Vineout

Melrose, WI

#24 Sep 24, 2017
Think like a conservatard wrote:
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Fitzwalkerstan Survivor

Eau Claire, WI

#25 Sep 25, 2017
"All Americans R granted rights 2 peaceful protests Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable-JFK"
Deleted

Cadott, WI

#27 Oct 2, 2017
Fitzwalkerstan S wrote:
"im JFK"
Wiped with your face.
Lock Him Up

Eau Claire, WI

#28 Oct 2, 2017


Ron Johnson, Wisconsin's Dumb Senator, went to New Berlin West High School in Southeastern Wisconsin, to terrorize some students.

In a rare town hall type of meeting, a student asked Johnson if he thought healthcare was a right. His reply was jaw-dropping in its cruelty, ignorance and hypocrisy:

Wisconsin's junior senator did not hesitate: "I think it's probably more of a privilege."

He continued:

"Do you consider food a right? Do you consider clothing a right? Do you consider shelter a right? What we have as rights is life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Past that point, we have the right to freedom. Past that point is a limited resource that we have to use our opportunities given to us to afford those things."

Johnson then referred to comments made by Sen. Rand Paul more than six years ago when Paul compared the "right to health care" to slavery.

He said the task of public officials is to create an environment that grows the economy so that more people can enjoy the "privilege" of food, shelter and health care.

The obvious follow up question would be how can someone live, much less be happy, without food, clothing, shelter or while very sick?

What RoJo omitted is the next couple of lines of the Declaration of Independence, which is where the "life, liberty and pursuit of happiness" were named to be "inalienable rights":

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.— That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,— That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

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What RoJo ignores is the very same document put the onus on the government to secure these rights, meaning to make sure that people do have food, shelter and healthcare.

Furthermore, if the government fails to provide or prevents people from having those rights, it is our right to abolish or change things to get a government that will do this job.

That would mean that RoJo, in his repeated votes to abolish Obamacare and his continued desire to do so, is actually violating our rights.

Is it any wonder he's such a full-blown Trumpkin? Any more, he'd be dyeing his skin orange and wearing a crappy looking toupee.
Lock him up

Trego, WI

#29 Oct 4, 2017
Lock Him Up wrote:


Ron Johnson, Wisconsin's Dumb Senator, went to New Berlin West High School in Southeastern Wisconsin, to terrorize some students.

In a rare town hall type of meeting, a student asked Johnson if he thought healthcare was a right. His reply was jaw-dropping in its cruelty, ignorance and hypocrisy:

Wisconsin's junior senator did not hesitate: "I think it's probably more of a privilege."

He continued:

"Do you consider food a right? Do you consider clothing a right? Do you consider shelter a right? What we have as rights is life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Past that point, we have the right to freedom. Past that point is a limited resource that we have to use our opportunities given to us to afford those things."

Johnson then referred to comments made by Sen. Rand Paul more than six years ago when Paul compared the "right to health care" to slavery.

He said the task of public officials is to create an environment that grows the economy so that more people can enjoy the "privilege" of food, shelter and health care.

The obvious follow up question would be how can someone live, much less be happy, without food, clothing, shelter or while very sick?

What RoJo omitted is the next couple of lines of the Declaration of Independence, which is where the "life, liberty and pursuit of happiness" were named to be "inalienable rights":

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.— That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,— That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

&#8595; Story continues below &#8595;
What RoJo ignores is the very same document put the onus on the government to secure these rights, meaning to make sure that people do have food, shelter and healthcare.

Furthermore, if the government fails to provide or prevents people from having those rights, it is our right to abolish or change things to get a government that will do this job.

That would mean that RoJo, in his repeated votes to abolish Obamacare and his continued desire to do so, is actually violating our rights.

Is it any wonder he's such a full-blown Trumpkin? Any more, he'd be dyeing his skin orange and wearing a crappy looking toupee.
I like to sniff the farts out of my dogs butt.
Lock him up

Trego, WI

#30 Oct 4, 2017
Lock Him Up wrote:


Ron Johnson, Wisconsin's Dumb Senator, went to New Berlin West High School in Southeastern Wisconsin, to terrorize some students.

In a rare town hall type of meeting, a student asked Johnson if he thought healthcare was a right. His reply was jaw-dropping in its cruelty, ignorance and hypocrisy:

Wisconsin's junior senator did not hesitate: "I think it's probably more of a privilege."

He continued:

"Do you consider food a right? Do you consider clothing a right? Do you consider shelter a right? What we have as rights is life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Past that point, we have the right to freedom. Past that point is a limited resource that we have to use our opportunities given to us to afford those things."

Johnson then referred to comments made by Sen. Rand Paul more than six years ago when Paul compared the "right to health care" to slavery.

He said the task of public officials is to create an environment that grows the economy so that more people can enjoy the "privilege" of food, shelter and health care.

The obvious follow up question would be how can someone live, much less be happy, without food, clothing, shelter or while very sick?

What RoJo omitted is the next couple of lines of the Declaration of Independence, which is where the "life, liberty and pursuit of happiness" were named to be "inalienable rights":

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.— That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,— That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

&#8595; Story continues below &#8595;
What RoJo ignores is the very same document put the onus on the government to secure these rights, meaning to make sure that people do have food, shelter and healthcare.

Furthermore, if the government fails to provide or prevents people from having those rights, it is our right to abolish or change things to get a government that will do this job.

That would mean that RoJo, in his repeated votes to abolish Obamacare and his continued desire to do so, is actually violating our rights.

Is it any wonder he's such a full-blown Trumpkin? Any more, he'd be dyeing his skin orange and wearing a crappy looking toupee.
My wife is as ugly as a dogs butt.
Lock Him Up

Eau Claire, WI

#31 Oct 5, 2017
Lock him up wrote:
<quoted text> My wife is as ugly as a dogs butt.
Well look at the gene pool your working with.
Lock Him Up

Eau Claire, WI

#32 Oct 5, 2017
New Document Shows Trump’s Election Commission May Be on Shaky Legal Ground

Communication logs reveal internal and external discussions that could violate the law.

PEMA LEVY OCT. 3, 2017 12:31 PM

A new court document has provided a rare view into the workings of Donald Trump’s controversial election integrity commission, which has operated in almost complete secrecy. The document, an index of communications to and from commission members and staff, casts further doubt on the legality of the commission’s work and its requests for voter data.

The index was produced in response to a lawsuit alleging that the commission has failed to comply with public disclosure laws. It is not a comprehensive list of every email, text, or note written by the commission, but it provides enough of an outline to raise serious questions about the commission’s activities. The index reveals that the commission’s most ideologically extreme members were involved in crafting its June 28 request for reams of information on every registered voter—a request that nearly every state rejected at least in part. It shows that the commission has been in contact with the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration, suggesting that the commission may be seeking additional data on Americans in its quest to produce evidence of voter fraud.

The commission has also been in contact with what the index described as “third-party data analysis entities,” indicating that the commission may seek to outsource its analysis of voter data to a private company....“The information released by the so-called Commission on Election Integrity as a result of our lawsuit paints an incomplete but alarming record about the Commission’s work and intentions,” said Kristen Clarke, the president of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, whose lawsuit against the commission resulted in the document’s release.

The commission is chaired by Vice President Mike Pence, but it’s clear from the communications records that it is being run by its vice chairman, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, and staff from Pence’s office. While some commission members have reported not knowing exactly what the commission is working on, Kobach has been communicating for months with two of his staunchest ideological allies on the commission: Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation, who was previously the most prominent advocate for tighter voting restrictions in the Justice Department under George W. Bush, and J. Christian Adams, another former Bush Justice Department official who has spent the last several years to attempting to purge voter rolls around the country. Before von Spakovsky and Adams joined the commission in July, the three corresponded about who should be on the commission, and von Spakovsky wrote a letter requesting that no Democrats be included.(Several Democratic members were ultimately appointed.) In the week leading up to the June 28 letter requesting detailed personal information on every registered voter, the three corresponded about the request.
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Lock

Eau Claire, WI

#33 Oct 7, 2017
Lock Him Up wrote:
New Legal Ground
activities. The index revea
....
Oh look trump isn't really the potus. Oh look its the easter bunny... now lets go catch him.
Lock Him Up

Eau Claire, WI

#34 Oct 7, 2017
Oh look a fascist trying to change the narrative. Squirrel!

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