Four (D) bozos:
On Thursday, Democrat Reps. Brett Hulsey (Madison), Louis Molepske (Stevens Point), Chris Danou (Trempeleau), and Nick Milroy (South Ridge) wrote a letter to the founder and CEO of Bass Pro Shops, Inc., urging them to keep their store and their hundreds of jobs out of Wisconsin.
These are the people to whom Wisconsin owes its in-the-tank 'business friendly' ranking.
These are the people who are, in fact, the enemies of the State and its people--who want to WORK. They prefer frogs and pretend-swamps.
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So what was Bass Pro Shops mortal sin?
Wasn't Bass pro
The site-developer offered to rehab 7.75 acres of swamp AND change the shape of the building. He would use 1.7 acres for the development.
But the frog-butt-suckers and their legislative assassins (above) weren't satisfied with that, so they threatened Bass Pro--who was the tenant.
If the deal dies, the invasive species already IN the swamp will destroy the swamp in about 2-3 years.
So the assassins won, and have lost the 9.5 acres of wetland, AND a few hundred jobs, AND a nice construction project, too.
Ah. I should have known it was the envirowienies...
Hmmm... Perhaps you should read the letter to Bass Pro Shops. There was no absolutely no threat. Bass Pro Shops has a stellar reputation for not damaging wetlands. The four Dems writing the letter encouraged Bass Pro Shops to build in Wisconsin, just not by destroying the wetlands. The business agreed.
"Gee, that's a nice store you have there. It would be too bad if this State found that it's sitting on top of a dead frog."
Four Potentially Powerful Legislators.
Why don't you get off the frog-hating fetish and do something productive, like get one of the 250,000 new jobs we will have in WI in the next 4 years.
And while you are at it, take some introductory classes in wetland biology and navigability. They you could criticize with a little bit of credence. As it is now you are just another blogger that wears their ignorance on their chest like a badge.
Have a good one.
Frogs forever !
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