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Wisconsin State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald Calls Out Minority Fleebagger Leader Mark Miller

I received via email from O and M this evening:

Sent: Mon, Mar 7, 2011 4:13 pm
Subject: Letter from WI Senate Majority Leader

March 7, 2011

Sen. Mark Miller
Parts Unknown, IL

Dear Senator Miller,

Thank you for your hand-delivered letter with an offer to meet, in Illinois, about the business and future direction of Wisconsin.

Let’s set aside how bizarre that is for a moment.

As you know, this legislation is designed to finally balance the state budget, prevent layoffs and create jobs in the real world. There are hundreds of thousands of unemployed or underemployed Wisconsinites, and at least 1,500 more whose jobs are in the balance because of your media stunt. We all deserve better than this.

In the meantime, members of your caucus have been meeting with the governor’s staff, talking to the media, trying to find a way back to Madison, and contradicting your message in public. In case you don’t remember, you were present yourself at one of those meetings with the governor’s staff. Your grasp of reality, and control of your caucus as minority leader, continues to amaze me.

As you know, your opportunity to compromise and amend the bill was on the floor of the state Senate. As you know, you forfeited that right and opportunity when you decided to flee the state instead of doing your job.

Your stubbornness in trying to ignore the last election and protect the broken status quo is truly shameful. While we wait for you and your colleagues to finally show up, Senate Republicans continue to stand ready to do the job we were elected to do, here in Wisconsin. I hope you are enjoying your vacation, and your vacation from reality.

Sincerely,

(signed)

Scott Fitzgerald
Senate Majority Leader

CC: Governor Scott Walker

Hey Fleebaggers you can run but you can’t divide!

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UPDATE: Is UALR Liberally Educating Students With Derogatory Sexual Term Lectures On The Taxpayer Dollar?

This morning I received a portion of a forwarded email from a University of Arkansas Little Rock alumni that I just had to validate to be sure there was no mistake:

Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 7:33 am
Subject: UALR hosting seminar by tenured professor labeling conservatives as “teabaggers”

Interesting email, I received this from one of our members and it is a reminder of the liberal’s teaching our children in our state schools.
(Deleted for Privacy but is My TEA Party Leader)

Subject: UALR hosting seminar by tenured professor labeling conservatives as “teabaggers”

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I am an alumnus of the University of Arkansas-Little Rock,  and was disturbed to discover that the school is hosting a lecture by  one of its own professors to label you a “teabagger” (that is the actual  term used by the school on its website).  I am forwarding the site  address to you along with the text from the school’s official website so  that you may verify the information for yourself.  Please bear in mind  that this is a public university funded at taxpayer expense.

http://ualr.edu/cahss/index.php/2011/02/08/evenings-with-history-to-discuss-tea-party/

Copied directly from the University of Arkansas-Little Rock’s official webpage, link above:

UALR History Professor Johanna Miller Lewis will present a lecture at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 1, exploring the events of the Boston Tea Party and the current Tea Party movement.
The lecture, at the Ottenheimer Auditorium in the Historic Arkansas Museum at 200 E. Third St., is part of UALR’s History Institute’s series, “Evenings with History.”
The event begins at 7 p.m. with refreshments, followed by Lewis’s lecture, “Teabaggers and the American Revolution.”
From television personality Glenn Beck to Representative Michelle Bachmann and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the conservative right has embraced the Boston Tea Party as a symbol of rebellion against taxation and government  intervention that led directly to the American Revolution. However, a close reading of the events leading up to the American Revolution suggests otherwise. This lecture will examine the numerous interpretations of the tax revolts and struggle for political power that really led the colonies to rebel against Great Britain.
The Evenings with History series is sponsored by the University History Institute, which is a nonprofit organization of private citizens interested in history and supporting UALR.
An individual can subscribe to the series for $50 annually, which includes admission to all six lectures. A joint subscription to the series, at $90 annually, offers savings of $10 to couples and friends. At $250 annually, a Fellow of the Institute receives the previous benefits, plus an invitation to special presentations for fellows exclusively, including private events with noted authors. The Institute also offers a life membership at $1,000 that can be paid in installments.
Subscriptions and donations to the Institute are tax deductible as allowed by law. Subscribers to the series help support historical research. Presenters donate their time, and the University History Institute uses all proceeds from the series to encourage research at UALR.
In recent years, annual institute grants, made possible by the Evenings with History series, have made major purchases of historical research materials for UALR.
For more information, contact the UALR Department of History at 501-569-3235.

The screen capture 12 minutes later, offensive title highlighted:

The highlighted derogatory sexual term paired with Patriotism:

No… clearly there was no mistake. It is clearly posted on UALR’s website. There is a Liberal spin with a blatant agenda provided for by taxpayer dollars. Is this how taxpayer dollars should be wasted? Is this how your taxpayer dollars should be used?

Updated at 1:10 p.m.

UALR 12:11pm via TweetDeck

@bobbi85710 We sincerely apologize for any offense caused by the term. It was certainly unintended and has been corrected on our website.

Looks like UALR has a conscience and I commend the correction and screen captured here:

Pelosi Does Not Speak For All Women on Planet Earth

Princess
Nancy Pelosi has finally displayed her total and complete ignorance with her statements in Copenhagen. The following is my favorite idiot line.

“Women have the most to gain and the most to lose in the climate crisis,” she said. “The impacts are not gender-neutral; as the primary users, managers, and stewards of natural resources, women feel the consequences first.”

Well that clears everything up? huh?

Just a tip Princess, most women will ask to turn up the heat, when men will turn on the air conditioning. Human Physiology 101 and Human Biology 101.

Has Princess of the Planet Pelosi’s staff been reflecting their master’s poor ethics in Copenhagen? Funny how the Democratic leadership from the United States always sets the worst example. What an embarrassment! Revolting behaviors! Nothing like constantly airing Liberal dirty laundry on the world stage.

Even as children, in the United States, we were taught by our good parents how to behave at another’s home. hmm? Values, morals, scruples, and ethics for Liberals are extremely low. And the always – later – apologies are stale.

The only crisis appears to be with Princess Pelosi, her staff, and how she directs the U.S. House of Representatives!

Dennis Miller gets it right:

***Also forwarded to The 912 Project Fan Site for use.