Monday, September 20, 2010

Feingold reminds voters GOP candidate Ron Johnson thinks Wisconsin job losses simply part of "creative distruction."

Sen. Russ Feingold's surreal election battle with an out of touch, and basically unknown Republican candidate millionaire Ron Johnson, is made worse by the latest tea party ploy of NOT debating the issues before an election. Feingold has to wait until the second week in October. In a "down the rabbit hole" way, the less a consevative says, the better voters feel about them.

Despite the pass "fact checkers" have given conservative candidates on clearly insinuated positions, Feingold isn't about to let them off the hook.

On Upfront with Mike Gousha (goo-shay), Feingold reminded voters that Johnson supports NAFTA, CAFTA and GATT, trade with China, and the loss of Wisconsin jobs as "creative distruction." Another words, sh*t happens.

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