Top GOP lawmaker raising money for Rep. Walsh

Apr 10, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Chicago Tribune

U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill., walks back to his office in Washington, D.C., after a vote on Capitol Hill last month.

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Carl Roppel

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Thank God for Joe Walsh. Illinois has hardly any one who represents productive citizens and their families.
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Carl Roppel wrote:
Thank God for Joe Walsh. Illinois has hardly any one who represents productive citizens and their families.
LOL!!! Enjoy Walsh while you got him!

He's about to get his hind quarters kicked by an Iraq war veteran who lost both her legs in combat. Six more months, then Walsh will be an UNEMPLOYED deadbeat dad, just like 2 years ago.
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Where's Vera Baker?
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I am proud and honored to be recognized by the Family Research Council as the only member from Illinois with a 100 percent pro-family voting record,” Walsh said in a news release.“Defending American values have always been one of my top priorities, and this reward reaffirms my dedication to that fight.”

In July, the press learned that Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL), a Tea Party freshman in Congress, owed $117,000 in unpaid child support to his ex-wife. Walsh, despite earning a hefty salary as a member of Congress, has continued to refuse to pay his ex-wife to support his children. Now, it appears, an influential Christian right lobbying group is lending some support to the deadbeat congressman.

The Sun-Times reports that the Family Research Council, a social conservative advocacy nonprofit headed by CNN pundit Tony Perkins, has awarded Walsh a 100 percent rating as a “True Blue” member of Congress. The FRC said it gave the honor to Walsh because of his “unwavering support of the family".

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poo poo splatter = fake marine = caribou barnie = chicago guy = ex gop con = 10 other idiotic aliases.


You're an ignorant moron. Enjoy.


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LOL!!! Enjoy Walsh while you got him!
He's about to get his hind quarters kicked by an Iraq war veteran who lost both her legs in combat. Six more months, then Walsh will be an UNEMPLOYED deadbeat dad, just like 2 years ago.

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Obama: I'm not trying to 'redistribute wealth,': Really?

by Joel Gehrke
April 10, 2012


President Obama, who famously called for tax increases on the wealthy to "spread the wealth around," denied today that his tax increases on the rich are an attempt to "redistribute wealth."

"So these investments -- in things like education and research and health care -- they haven't been made as some grand scheme to redistribute wealth from one group to another," the president said today at Florida Atlantic University. "This is not some socialist dream," Obama added, as he called for tax increases on millionaires today to pay for those investments.

When he advocated the same plan in 2008, though, Obama described this "spread the wealth around" policy.




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Don Joe

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And from just where are they raising this money? I bet they would not be above just taking it from the Federal Treasury. We need to find out where this money is coming from.
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Yeah, we need to check where all the money being spent in Government is going. However, this money for Welch is coming from people in his district. He is not my Congressman, but we will attend his fund raiser with the $50. tickets, my parents, my husband and I. Didn't Duckworth run in the last election as well? That is why the Democrats had to redistrict. Shame, shame, so frightened of Republicans in Illinois.

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