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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Krisanne Hall reaches mediation in court case

Update: Read the comments section from Skip Jarvis, which I confirmed via email that he wrote it. Kris turned out to quit her job after resenting being asked to cease in Tea Party politics, but deceived us all to gather support for her twisted agenda and gain media publicity.

The infamous teabagger and Sarah Palin clone from Florida, Krisanne Hall, has finally ended her case against the state of Florida. Last year, Krisanne Hall got fired from her job because she got her wish. Being a public speaker for the Tea Party who preaches hatred against the government and demands a smaller government, the state of Florida granted her wish and justifiably fired her.

The case came to an end in July 2011 when both sides agreed to mediation. The case would not go any further and no further ruling would be made, so Krisanne did not win. The defendant, Skip Jarvis and the state of Florida, will pay for some of Krisanne's legal costs, as an effort to save taxpayer dollars on a frivolous lawsuit that has financially drained her.

A limited loss for Krisanne Hall and the Tea Party, but still a loss, which makes it a victory for America.

Agreement reached in Hall vs. Jarvis lawsuit

State Republican jailbirds - Randy Hopper (WI) and Curry Todd (TN)

October hasn't been a stellar month for Democrats, but when it comes for the Republicans, the bad news continuously gets worse.


1) Former Wisconsin State Senator Randy Hopper arrested on DUI charges

Former Wisconsin State Sen. Randy Hopper (R), who lost his seat in August from the recall elections, was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sunday after someone complained to the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department that his black Suburban was “all over the road.”

When deputies caught up with Hopper in the Festival Foods parking lot, there was a single passenger car, 25-year-old mistress Valerie Cass, a former lobbyist who was given a job by Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) administration under suspicious circumstances.

“The person who called it in followed (the SUV) into the parking lot because they obviously wanted something done since he (Hopper) was all over the road,” Chief Deputy Mark Strand told FDLReporter.

Hopper was arrested after failing field sobriety tests. He refused to take a breath test.

Hours later, the former state senator did take a preliminary breath test (PBT) while cooling his heels on a 12-hold in a jail cell. Strand would only say that the results were over .08 legal blood alcohol limit.


2) Tennessee Republican state Rep. Curry Todd arrested for DUI and illegal handgun possession

Tennessee Republican state Rep. Curry Todd, who once compared undocumented immigrants to "rats" was arrested in Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday night and charged with drunken driving and possession of a handgun under the influence.

At around 11:15 Tuesday night, Rep. Todd was stopped in his GMC Envoy in Nashville. The AP reports that he allegedly failed a roadside sobriety test and refused to take a breathalyzer. A loaded Smith & Wesson 38 Special was also allegedly found in his vehicle.

The AP adds that Todd is also a lead sponsor of a bill that would allow handgun carry permit holders to bring guns into bars.

Sunday, October 02, 2011

Obama's troubles going into 2012 - Small donors aren't donating

President Obama is surely having troubles. After nearly three years as President, he is turning out to be a Republican puppet who is too weak and stupid to end the disastrously failed Bush and Republcan policies that got us into this recession and financial ruin. Last June I pointed out his troubles and they are still continuing.

Now the millions of small donors who donated to Obama's 2008 campaign are abandoning Obama, just as Obama failed to carry out his campaign promises and abandoned us.

NYT: Small donors slow to return to Obama's fold
They were once among President Obama’s most loyal supporters and a potent symbol of his political brand: voters of moderate means who dug deep for the candidate and his message of hope and change, sending him $10 or $25 or $50 every few weeks or months.

But in recent months, the frustration and disillusionment that have dragged down Mr. Obama’s approval ratings have crept into the ranks of his vaunted small-donor army, underscoring the challenges he faces as he seeks to rekindle grass-roots enthusiasm for his re-election bid.

In interviews with dozens of low-dollar contributors in the past two weeks, some said they were unhappy with what they viewed as Mr. Obama’s overly conciliatory approach to Congressional Republicans. Others cited what they saw as a lack of passion in the president, or said the sour economy had drained both their enthusiasm and their pocketbooks.

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I am in this camp of the millions of small time donors who is not planning to donate to Obama's 2012 campaign until Obama produces results, not broken campaign promises. Obama will likely win the 2012 election, but it should be a weak victory, not so much for Obama, but because he is the lesser of two evils and the GOP and their candidates are so much worse and disastrous for the country.

So the Republlicans are the party of evil, crime, and corruption. However, Obama is defining the Democrats as weak and stupid the way he's (non)-running things. The Democrats are still the lesser of two evils, but Mr. President, get with it.