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Standing with Rebecca Kleefisch

Standing with Rebecca Kleefisch

Thanks to Charlie Sykes for reminding us that Scott Walker is not the only target in the June 5 Wisconsin recall elections:

Other conservative moms have been subjected sexist attacks, but few have had to endure the volume of vile epithets raw hate directed at Becky. She has had to put up with the most despicable personal slurs – about her fight with cancer, her children, and her gender— knowing that liberals and the media will simply look the other way.

Despite that, Rebecca is standing strong.

And it’s time to stand with her.

Take a moment to think about what is at stake here.

Rebecca Kleefisch is a powerful, independent professional woman, a compelling champion of conservative values and a tireless supporter of Governor Walker’s efforts to run Wisconsin around. Her efforts to bring business here have been single-minded, dogged, and have already begun to bear fruit.

And yet she faces the very real possibility of being recalled.

Democrats have figured out something that Republicans need to understand: Rebecca Kleefisch is a rising conservative star and they want to destroy her now, so they can get back to talking about the GOP’s “War on Women” without being distracted by effective and articulate conservative women like Becky.

This is a fight worth having.  It’s one we have to win.

John Nolte notes Media Silent as Left Attacks Kids of WI Lt. Gov.:

Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch is a wife, mother, and a cancer survivor. She’s currently being targeted for recall and by some of the ugliest personal attacks you’ll hear — at least until the left launches the next one.

Here’s a sample of the noxious insults being hurled at Kleefisch (language warning):

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LukeHandCool | April 14, 2012 at 4:16 pm

Mr. Sylvester,

Let me tweek an old saying.

Give up your day job.

    quiznilo in reply to LukeHandCool. | April 14, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    What is wrong with these people? I believe this is going far beyond some careful narrative massaging by the MSM and Soros-funded groups. There is no other word for it, they’re “unhinged”.

    Are they subconsciously aware of an imminent sea-change in the attitudes of the American electorate. Can it be that their world is collapsing about their ears?

DINORightMarie | April 14, 2012 at 4:17 pm

Michelle Malkin also did a good write-up on the whole WI mess, and focused on Ms. Kleefisch in her column from March 28, 2012.

Just a bit more information and exposure to enlighten others on what she’s up against, as the professor has documented well here and in prior posts.

This can’t be right! I mean, come on, she’s not one of those “never worked a day in her life”, stay-at-home moms. What? There’s more required than being a career woman with children? Duh. Never mind.

BannedbytheGuardian | April 14, 2012 at 4:39 pm

She may have some old colostomy bags from her treatment. Is it an offense to go put them over his head to shut him up?

It is Wisconsin & anything goes if the State Supremes are any indication.

I think the general strategy is to recall Walker and as many of the senators as possible.

This predates the Republican war on women.

We just want them outta there.

    alan markus in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    This predates the Republican war on women.

    Right, that was during the “Democratic War On Republican Women”, which predates the “Republican War On Women”. Thanks for the validating what conservatives have been saying lately, you betcha! Good to see Democratic tactics come back to bite them in the ass. Praise Alinsky!

      Holgaram in reply to alan markus. | April 14, 2012 at 5:31 pm

      Well not really, but enjoy your little fictions.

      And if you are talking about Palin, which you apparently are, need I point you to all the things conservatives have also said about her? The Republicans from the McCain campaign, who had to work closely with her, and had little good to say?

      Palin exudes vitrol and bile, and then plays the victim when she gets back what she puts out.

        BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 5:37 pm

        No Holo.

        Keep it local. Howzabout your middle aged lady Supreme judge hitting up the nice old man.

        Then she screams …& runs for daddy .

        Sarah on the other hand faced your mob on a freezing Madison venue -unprotected & unintimidated.

          Are you talking about that incident where the judge choked the other judge?

          Yeah, not really a ‘nice old man’ sorry.

          Much as you may love Palin, people saying nasty things about her is not the same ‘war’ as Republicans attacking women’s rights.

          And like I said, Palin brings on most of that herself. And recall that people saying unpleasant things about Palin is not limited to liberals, much as you like to pretend otherwise.

          In any case, she’s a laughingstock now, largely of her own doing.

          alan markus in reply to BannedbytheGuardian. | April 14, 2012 at 6:44 pm

          Hologram lies – Justice Prosser did not choke Justice Bradley. That’s the fact, Jack!

          Talk about fictions. Every word of Hologram’s comment is a lie, including “and” and “the”. Prosser defends himself against an enraged attack by an insane bitch and suddenly he’s not a nice old man. And what has Palin done to bring anything on herself?

        Ragspierre in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 6:23 pm

        Note the now trite, but utterly predictable, resort to attacking Palin when he/she/it cannot contrive a defense for the Collectivist harpy on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

        Bolstered with the “resort to authority” fallacy in referring to what others have said.

        We really need some trolls with original material.

        Milhouse in reply to Holgaram. | April 15, 2012 at 5:23 pm

        Give one example, please, of this “vitriol and bile”. You’re in no position to talk about “fictions” when your entire comment is one big lie. The entire “Republican war on women” is a fiction. If a few McCain people want to blame their own incompetence on Palin, that’s understandable, but they don’t speak for Republicans or for anyone but themselves.

      BannedbytheGuardian in reply to alan markus. | April 14, 2012 at 5:33 pm

      Kudos. That was a deft pick up.
      Liking it.

    jasond in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    Walkers’ plan is working, but he’s Kryptonite because he is not a Progressive. Kleefisch too. That probably makes sense in Detroit where unions have sucked the life out of the city.
    Only the lefty hordes find it preferable to harm themselves in order to prove a point. Yeah, stick to the Pinko Playbook, it’s worked so well in the past.

We need to always remember that most of the leftists will laugh at this and see nothing wrong with it at all. Some will protest, but most of them are only covering themselves because they are still sane enough to realize how bad it sounds.

We need to get past the idea we can rationally discuss anything with the Left; we cannot: they are incapable of reason and are fanatically and slavishly devoted to their foul ideology like some sort of cult.

They must be crushed, defeated, vanquished, and banished.

    Milwaukee in reply to Estragon. | April 14, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    They must be crushed, defeated, vanquished, and banished.

    Perhaps the expression “cured, caged or killed” works better here, besides having the benefit of alliteration? I don’t remember who coined that, but being progressive-socialist-liberal-marxist-Democrat almost seems to be an incurable personality/mental disorder.

I took a keen interest in what was happening in Wisconsin just over a year ago–public sector union revolt.

Started streaming Charlie Sykes radio show-

He’s good.

Gives Rush a run for his money, in my book.

620 am, mornings

I have sent California dollars to both the governor and lt. governor for their respective campaigns, and I appreciate the Prof keeping this front and center for us.

    Holgaram in reply to Rick. | April 14, 2012 at 5:34 pm

    No need…the Koch brothers got it covered. Walker’s their pet.

      Ragspierre in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 5:40 pm


      I don’t need some fool republishing moonbattery from the Lie-0-Tron.

      Hell, I could write better lies than you guys (having studied your delusions for years), and we ALLLLLLLllllll have heard them SO many times before.

      Peddle your hackneyed papers elsewhere, Collectivist.

        Holgaram in reply to Ragspierre. | April 14, 2012 at 5:45 pm

        Descending into namecalling, are we?

        The Koch brothers and one of their organizations, Americans For Prosperity, will be spending millions, and already have, to try to keep Scott Walker’s job.

        Moderator, this poster is descending into namecalling, which as I just read on the front page, is a banning offense!

          Ragspierre in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 5:51 pm

          Identifying you as both a fool and a Collectivist is not name-calling.

          Shoot, it isn’t even particularly astute observation. A bright child could call you out.

          Well…AND recognize that you are possessed of the deep pathology that haunts trolls.

          (OMG…I just observed he/she/it is a troll. “Name-calling”? I think not!)

          Holgaram in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 5:58 pm

          Uh-huh….namecalling. Silly boy.

          BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 6:20 pm

          This is the problem replying to oneself. Who dat be namecalling.

          LukeHandCool in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 6:26 pm


          Gentlemens’ political blogosphere commenting agreement:

          Don’t pee in our righty swimming pool and we won’t swim in your lefty toilet.

          Ragspierre in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 6:27 pm

          Objectively, this is a…

          1. Collectivist

          2. Acting as a troll

          3. Which is what a fool does

          Objectively, conversely, I am neither “silly” or a “boy”.

          Always happy to help with these demonstrations!

          Holgaram in reply to Holgaram. | April 15, 2012 at 6:59 am

          Objectively, you are a silly boy and a namecaller.

          However, I don’t mind playing games with you, Rags-boy.

          LukeHandCool, it’s impossible to make a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ with you, since you are not a gentleman.

          If you want to stay out of the liberals’ swimming pool and prefer the scent of the conservative toilet, that’s up to you.

      BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 5:41 pm

      Remember when you are wearing your crotch lycra shortsz around Madison they are made of Lycra . Dupont owns the patent & koch owns Dupont’s technology. Also your sox & undies if you have any.

      Plus plenty of other petroleum by products.

      Uncle Samuel in reply to Holgaram. | April 14, 2012 at 9:40 pm

      Walker has done an excellent job. Most of the people of Wisconsin are delighted to come out from under the plague of leftism and union oppression and have a stable, healthy economy for a change. They are especially glad not to suffer the plight of their neighbor states still being choked to death by the beasts of socialist insanity.

      Milhouse in reply to Holgaram. | April 15, 2012 at 5:33 pm

      Liar. How much did they give him for his election campaign? As I recall it was some pretty small sum. He’d never met them, and when some prankster called him pretending to be David Koch he fell for it because he’d never spoken to the man before. If they’re helping him now then that’s wonderful, but it doesn’t exempt other people from doing their bit.

    tsr in reply to Rick. | April 14, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    I have sent CA money to WI as well, and intend to send more. This is about as crucial of a race that there is, at this this moment in time. If Walker can get through the crazed gauntlet of garbage being thrown at him by unions, it will be an important foothold in tempering the power they have over this country’s workforce.

The Left is totally scared of Real women. This is a very good sign.

Anf, the only Barbies I see being trotted out are the ones captioned in the minds of the Totalitarian Ken wannabes.

Just ignore the trolls. Otherwise you breed more of them. They don’t care what you think and their minds cannot be changed.

Oh interesting. It seems that this is the same guy who called Condi Rice “Aunt Jemima.” And *we’re* the sexist, racist bigots? On what planet?

commenters on this thread at breitbart are calling for a secondary boycott of this guy. I’m all for that!

If that despicable son of a bitch said that about my wife, I would deck his sorry ass and make sure it was videotaped.
And Obama said what about this son of a bitch? And which sponsors have left him in the dirt?
Son of a bitch.

Wow! Is this another attempt to slander the good name of all Democrat Party followers? Wow. how trite, eh!

Ok, I give up, it’s really an attempt to get all the trolls, American style, on the intertubes gathered in one place and then shame ’em. Ah shucks, can’t shame ’em because they have no shame! Yep, got ’em there, don’t we. Old Holo must be creaming in his genes right about now.

Just one question, is there really just one Democrat Party troll, or is it a semi-secret club? Why do all of them have just one IP address?

Ah, yes, Old Holo, just another clown dressed up in a street suit. Why oh why do we really bother going after them, it just encourages those nasty idiot followers of Saul’s!

    Ragspierre in reply to Doug Wright. | April 14, 2012 at 7:00 pm

    In Breitbart fashion, I have for years been compiling a folder with some of the more…revealing…examples of the true nature of the Collective.

    I whup it out around election time, as I educate my family, friends, neighbors, etc. as to who these folks really are.

    Quite effective, as you may imagine.

      quiznilo in reply to Ragspierre. | April 14, 2012 at 8:06 pm

      Have you ever thought of making your dossier public? For awhile now, I’ve toyed with the idea of cataloging liberal hypocrisies and misdeeds. I can’t seem to remember my best material until long after some debate, when it’s too late to get in some zingers.

    quiznilo in reply to Doug Wright. | April 14, 2012 at 8:12 pm

    I dub this the ‘Year of the Democrat Troll’.

Looked up WTDY to see what kind of an organization would employ such a gutter mouth and permit the broadcast of such filth and personal attacks in the tone of a pimple-faced whiner screaming out the window of his mother’s car as it drives away from the big kids. Apparently, WTDY is one of 28 stations in a self-deceiving organization that bills itself as Mid-West Family Broadcasting”

A copy o f mid-West’s recent EEO Public Report can be found here

The cover contains the mail address and phone and fax numbers for this stellar organization; the report lists what are apparently key managers including one Tom Walker, president; a Bill Mann, senior advisor; and a Zack Stein, news director. Be interesting to know if Rush, Laura, Sean, Mike, or any other decent folks are affiliated with any of this shabby crowd’s stations, wouldn’t it? Just a thought.

Here’s a list of their stations by city from Wikipedia (copy before they take it down?)
Madison, Wisconsin
• 1480 AM WLMV (Latin Pop)
• 1550 AM WHIT (Oldies)
• 1670 AM WTDY (News/Talk)
• 93.1 FM WJQM (Hip hop)
• 94.1 FM WJJO (Active Rock)
• 98.1 FM WMGN (Adult Contemporary)
• 106.3 FM WWQM-FM (Country music)
• 106.7 FM WTDY-FM (News/Talk, simulcast of WTDY)
La Crosse, Wisconsin
• 580 AM WKTY (Sports)
• 1410 AM WIZM (News/Talk)
• 93.3 FM WIZM-FM (Top 40)
• 94.7 FM KCLH (Classic Hits)
• 95.7 FM WRQT (Active Rock)
• 98.3 FM KQYB (Country)
St. Joseph/Benton Harbor/South Haven, Michigan
• 1400 AM WSJM (News/Talk)
• 94.9 FM WSJM-FM (News/Talk)
• 97.5 FM WYTZ (Country)
• 98.3 FM WCXT (Hot Adult Contemporary)
• 103.7 FM WCSY-FM (Adult Contemporary)
• 107.1 FM WIRX (Mainstream Rock)
Springfield, Illinois
• 970 AM WMAY (News/Talk)
• 92.7 FM WQLZ (Active Rock)
• 97.7 FM WLCE (AAA)
• 98.7 FM WNNS (Adult Contemporary)
Springfield, Missouri
• 92.9 FM KOMG (Classic Country)
• 102.1 FM KQRA (Modern Rock)
• 104.7 FM KKLH (Classic Rock)
• 105.1 FM KOSP (Oldies)

BannedbytheGuardian | April 14, 2012 at 10:50 pm

Wisconsin is a very rich agricultural state. I get the impression it is a pretty efficient industry there & actually exporting.

Seems to me the cities have bred an indulgent lifestyle on the back of agriculture. What does Madison actually produce? Milwaukee sounds more industrial – but is it post industrial welfare ?

I remember the Anti walker rally where the teachers got their early retired public services hubbies ‘ & their pet tractors to venture in from their hobby farms & go around in a circle or two.

ooohh impressive ! choooga choog choog. choogie choog.

Ah memories.

Thanks, Professor – donation sent.