Monday, May 17, 2010

GOP Candidate Runs on his Wealth, George Will says Republicans will make life hell to win in 2012. Jobs?

Here are two golden moments of honesty from the Republican Party. The first is an admission that money buys a senate seat and not ideas, and the second, is George Will admitting that by 2012 the GOP will made things so bad the Democrats wouldn't stand a chance. You gotta love the abundance of arrogance.

WLUK: On Monday, Ron Johnson became the fourth candidate to enter the race. The 55-year-old owns Pacur, a plastics manufacturing company in Oshkosh.
What qualifies Johnson for a shot at solving the energy, the economy and job growth?

Johnson hopes to capitalize on the fact he has no prior political experience.

"I was sitting at home watching FOX News when Dick Morris came on and said 'Feingold is vulnerable. If you're a rich guy from Wisconsin, step up to the plate.' I kind of looked at (my wife) Jane and said 'is he talking to me?'," said Johnson. "This is not me buying a Senate race.
And guess what, he's a tea bagger:
Johnson has been active at tea party rallies across the state. He says his main goal is to repeal the recently passed health care reform legislation. Johnson says he's willing to spend millions of his own dollars to make it happen.
Can you really trust a guy to manage government when he wants to throw his money away making insurance companies richer with higher premiums for you and me? He's a genius.

Here's George Will on Upfront with Mike Gousha (goo-shay), simply telling it like it is; Republicans will make things so bad for Americans, intentionally, the public will want to throw... the Democrats out of congress. Thanks for the heads up...

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