Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Tommy Thompson's Doddering Old Guard

Hmmmm.

...According to several people I’ve spoken to on the ground there, the Wisconsin GOP is getting ready to disqualify hundreds of tea party activists as delegates to the state convention.

...the GOP “Credentials Committee” met and tried to disqualify new delegates who signed up after county caucuses (signing up after the county caucuses is permissible under Article XIII, Section 4 of the Wisconsin GOP’s constitution). The motion was defeated 7 to 5 with 4 absences. Now the state GOP wants to re-fight this fight tonight and get the 4 absentee committeemen to show up.

Tommy can ram his ballpark up his butt--not to mention his 100% increase in State employees.

16 comments:

Tim Morrissey said...

I'm so confused. Is Tommy a tea person or not?

jimspice said...

What, no veiled ammo threat for WI-GOP?

Anonymous said...

I can’t think of anything that would re-energize the TEA party nationwide more than “the establishment” successfully locking them out in Wisconsin in the middle of a pitched battle with the socialists in Madison. There’s already rumors of the old-boy network bending or re-writing the rules to lock out newcomers, and this would solidify the misgivings.

If this becomes a fait acompli, expect the TEA party to become a true third party in the next cycle. And if that happens, the Republican party will join the Whigs in the dustbin of history (who’s going to vote for “democrat-lite” when they have real democrats and real conservatives to vote for?)

Anonymous said...

Big Gov't Liberal Posing as a Republican in Wisconsin

http://www.conservativedailynews.com/2012/01/big-govt-liberal-posing-as-a-republican-in-wisconsin/

RINO hunting season is in.

Anonymous said...

So, anonys, I expect you both not to vote for Romney, correct? After all, he is the epitome of a RINO, aina?

Dad29 said...

Tim, TT is almost the antithesis of TEA Party folks.

Anonymous said...

holy crap, can this guy spend or what????????

read:

Cream Puffery:Tommy Thompson Whitewashes Big-Spending Ways; Doubled the Size of Government

http://www.politiscoop.com/us-politics/wisconsin-politics/768-tommy-thompson-whitewashes-big-spending-ways-doubled-the-size-of-government.html

jimspice said...

Yeah, saw it somewhere today. You done been treaded on.

Capt. Karl said...

Thompson is NOT a Constitutionalist and does not believe that the U.S. Government should be compelled to obey the 9th or especially the 10th Amendment that primarily refers to Article I Section 8 of The Constitution eighteen ONLY enumerated powers, size, scope and spending that We The People granted them for the privilege to serve us.

In fact, according to him, he believes in implanting all of us with RFID Chips so that the U.S. Government can track us and have all of our Bank Account, insurance, Medical, and all records ever entered into any computer on us at all times. Also when the dollar collapses they are going to replace the dollar with the total control of the monetary system with the RFID chip. http://youtu.be/H5og95fgCzE

http://youtu.be/S4lHvIvcW7k

http://youtu.be/hq7kBhts9a8

http://youtu.be/-P9xs2yyv8Q

Do you still want to vote for RFID Implant Tommygun Thompson?

Anonymous said...

Tea Party says "Hell No!" to Tommy (Video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJHDrrQlOdQ

Anonymous said...

Big Government loving Thompson has a long history of supporting Monsanto and biotechnology.

Before the genetically engineered bovine growth hormone was approved, Wisconsin's dairy farmers protested its approval and seeked a moratorium for its use.

Statist Thompson lifted that moratorium, despite the fact that 90% of the calls to his office voiced support for the moratorium.

Thompson as govenor received a $50,000 gift from the biotechnology industry. While governor, he passed through legislation that got $317 million in state funds to build a "silicon-valley-style" biotechnology zone.

That's Thompson's vision for Wisconsin. The "Biotechnology State." That too, may be his vision for America.

Pharmaceutical companies helped fund the Republican Party's bid for the presidency.

Monsanto's genetically engineered bovine growth hormone caused cancer in laboratory animals. That is why I am here, doing what I do. Had it not been for Monsanto, I would probably still be eating cheese and ice cream. I never would have learned what I now know about milk................

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VERICHIP - Catholic Tommy Thompson Supports FDA Approved RFID chip in humans

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A1_Y_psZTA

Anonymous said...

OLD GUARD HEADACHES & WHY YOU CHEDDAR HEADS NEED TO DEFEAT TOMMY THOMPSON

Lets look at nine articles about RINO Republican Battles against Tea Party and anti Romney movements across the USA

1.
"RNC to NV GOP: Don’t let R.P. delegates take over national convention slots or don’t bother coming to Tampa

http://www.lasvegassun.com/blogs/ralstons-flash/2012/may/02/rnc-nv-gop-dont-let-ron-paul-delegates-take-over-n/

2.
Maine GOP Head Warns Against Ron Paulians.....Is the National GOP an atrophied top heavy organization?

http://www.lewrockwell.com/politicaltheatre/2012/05/maine-gop-head-warns-against-ron-paulians/

3.
Will sparks fly at Maine GOP’s weekend convention?

http://bangordailynews.com/2012/05/01/news/state/will-sparks-fly-at-maine-gops-weekend-convention/

4.
R.P. backers' election to state GOP committee sends message: Loyalists hope for nomination at GOP convention

http://www.desmoinesregister.com/article/20120422/NEWS09/304220055/Paul-backers-election-to-state-GOP-committee-sends-message?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|News

5.
R.P.'s Alaska payback.......there just aren't enough old-guard Republicans to elect a president?

http://www.politico.com/blogs/charlie-mahtesian/2012/04/ron-pauls-alaska-payback-121953.html

6.
R.P. Wins Massachusetts Delegates in District Caucuses

http://www.policymic.com/articles/7650/ron-paul-wins-massachusetts-delegates-in-district-caucuses

7.
R.P. Wins Minnesota Delegates by a Landslide

http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2012/04/23/ron_paul_wins_minnesota_delegates_by_a_landslide.html

8.
R.P. supporters dominate Louisiana's Republican presidential caucuses

http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2012/04/ron_paul_supporters_dominate_l.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

9.
R.P.’s Winning Weekend Causing GOP Headaches

http://ivn.us/2012/04/30/ron-pauls-winning-weekend-causing-gop-headaches/

Anonymous said...

......and the Democrats publication of record are smelling blood too. If you guys can't take out Tommy Thompson for a valid Tea Party candidate then you deserve what you get...... I'm not pro ron paul, i'm anti establishment, anti old guard

Ron Paul Racks Up Delegates, Putting GOP Establishment On Edge

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/03/ron-paul-delegates_n_1473035.html?ref=elections-2012

Anonymous said...

Monsanto loves politicians like Tommy Thompson (a Monsanto Whore) .
It is fair to say they are pretty much joined at the hip.

Now Monsanto hates what is happening in California and Vermont right now.

Please read:

.........Stroller-pushing mothers delivered nearly a million signatures in Sacramento on Wednesday, for an initiative to put to populist vote The California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act.......

........Vermont, another state now undergoing an agricultural renaissance, does not have this freedom, so the GMO-food label bill passed by the legislature will not be enacted, as Governor Shumlin (another Monsanto Whore) has advised he will veto it............

Please read:
California public to vote on GMO Label Act; Biotech lies begin

http://foodfreedomgroup.com/2012/05/03/502-ca-gmo/

We are sick and tired of bought and paid for Big Government old guard statist like Tommy Thompson and Governor Shumlin. We are sick of business as usual.

Unknown said...

Flatly denied by Republican Vice Chari this morning on WISN.

Anonymous said...

And I'm sure that the so-called "conservatives" here will display the requisite restraint by NOT voting for Thompson if he secures the (R) nomination for U.S. Senate in the general election, right?