“I thought about Malia and Sasha. “One of the things I want them to do as they get older is to engage in issues they care about, even ones I may not agree with them on. I want them to be able to speak their mind in a civil and thoughtful way, and I don’t want them attacked or called horrible names because they’re being good citizens,”
That quote is from President Obama, when asked about the vile sexist and misogynist attack when a conservative radio show host called a liberal activist a slut. Compare that top his reaction when a liberal talk show host said of conservative Wisconsin LG Rebecca Kleefisch, “I’m Rebecca Kleefisch. I perform fellatio on all the talk show hosts in Milwaukee…I got colon cancer and I ran around the state [garbled] people,” and even went so far as to attack her children…
I know! His silence is deafinging, and it’s shocking that a liberal is a total hypocrite, right? And that’s not even dealing with the disgust of using your children as an excuse to launch a political attack against a citizen who has a different opinion than you. Maybe President Obama was too busy counting the million dollars prominent Democrat Bill Maher donated to his campaign to denounce the misogynist attacks from his own party, but considering all the attention the media was paying to Wisconsin when they thought they could recall Governor walker, and the tens of millions of dollars of union dues is benefactors in Big Labor spent on the effort, I would be shocked that he didn’t hear what happened.
The reason I bring that up is because the Wisconsin recall election is next Tuesday, and while liberal look like they are giving up on Gov. Walker, word on the street they’re going to spend the next week attacking Lt. Gov. Kleefisch. She’s going to need our help, and the best way to help is with a donation to her campaign.
Conservatives are launching a money bomb for Rebecca Kleefisch today. Give what you can. Or, retweet anything blog posts you see today on the Lt. Gov., and some of the hopey changey leftist attacks to name and shame them.
We’re seven days away from a major victory, not only for the taxpayers of Wisconsin, but for all taxpayers as their state legislatures are empowered to stand up to leftist bullies all throughout the country.
And if we can make a few of them cry as a result, that’s an added bonus.