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In case you missed this... Media trackers has tracked down one of the more obnoxious protestors from last Friday and finds that he works with our old friends at Citizen Action. You might recall that Citizen Action was the front group that dumped big money into the recall against Alberta Darling, only to have it turn out that her opponents, Sandy Pasch, was on the group's board of directors.
Politico and others are reporting that former Congressman Mark Neumann will announce his entrance into the race for US senate on my show this morning. he joins me live in-studio at 8:45. Tommy Thompson's campaign is ready with a response.
It's hard to say if this is a turning point, but it surely marks a new milestone is the ongoing unionista tantrum in Wisconsin. While the protests and street theater in the State Capitol may have had a certain entertainment value, I suspect that taking their act on the road -- to Greenfield, New Berlin, and to schools like Messmer will generate a far different reaction, especially as the protests become more boorish and obnoxious. The juxtaposition of the respectful behavior of the children and the boorishness of the protestors is just classic.
A classic tale in so many ways. Senator Ron Johnson reads a children's book to some children in Madison... and lefties make a controversy out of it... even getting the author of the book to complain. How dare those conservative Republicans read...boooks...to....children. Aren't they supposed to hate them?
Stephen Moore suggests a new way to make liberal's heads explode. "If you really want to light the fuse of a liberal Democrat, compare Barack Obama's economic performance after 30 months in office with that of Ronald Reagan. It's not at all flattering for Mr. Obama."