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Find Out Who Gave Big Money To Scott Walker Campaign

February 17, 2011


Car dealers in Wisconsin..names and  contacts.

Sentry Foods, Tim Metcalfe

Lets cut to the core.  I am making this easy for my fellow citizens tonight….see specialized areas below for researching.  Let us see who spent money on Scott Walker to get him elected.  This is all thanks to Wisconsin Democracy!

Lets see who gave $10,000 without blinking an eye to Scott Walker.    Lets see who spent $200.00.  

All this for Walker, a man I need to state again who never finished college.  A governor who is now wanting to end collective bargaining for all state and public employess….except for the ones that endorsed him in his election.

Lets look at the names and businesses….and start to use our money accordingly.   

How much did those in the medical services ante up in money for Walker?

How about real estate?

How about the tourism industry in Wisconsin? 

How about businesses across the state?…This is a good one!

How about agriculture?

How about transportation?

I hear someone ask about banking….here it is.


Lawyers who thought Scott Walker should be governor.


There is no reason that we should buy gas from large chains that helped Walker be elected.  There  is no reason to buy a car from a large company that thought it more important to elect a Republican than an educated candidate.

Wisconsin voters now have their eyes open.

Keep them open and read this…….it is startling.

And informative.

Question is what will you now do with the information.

  1. April 17, 2011 6:42 PM

    Yeah I am not for this guy but I doubt a lot of these people knew he was going to do this.

  2. point girl permalink
    April 17, 2011 2:20 PM

    mad milker…Couldn’t add any more….thanks

  3. thewall permalink
    March 16, 2011 6:06 PM

    Those who supported Walker brought a contamination to Wisconsin Politics, and we are done with those who backed Walker.

    Boycott with no end.

    Change your company name? You will be followed Novo1, Flsconnect.
    Leave the company? Company still gets boycotted – Alllen Edmonds.
    Associate too closely? Company gets boycotted – Metcalfe.
    Also Donated to Barret? Company gets boycotted. Lubar
    Join a new company? Boycott will follow you to your new organization.
    Denounce Walker? Boycott continues.
    It will not end – Wisconsin is done with you forever.

    Walker struck at the livelihood of too many to not have a blow struck against his allies livelihood.

  4. blackandblueinwi permalink
    February 27, 2011 8:23 AM

    Not sure how business owners (supporters of Walker) think, guess they hired him to do that for them. When John Q Public has less money they spend it on daily necessities, rent, food, medicine. They stop going to the movies, out to dinner and purchasing the additional pair of pants or shoes they like. They make the older vehicle last longer instead of buying a different one. Less purchases, less state taxes taken in. It will all come back to hurt their business and the state in the long run. 144 pages = things that the citizens of the state of WI would not have voted in favor of if they were put before them alone. There are a lot of things in this bill that will hurt people more than it help the state’s budget.

    Another thing that makes me wonder. Governor Walker claims we need a Budget Repair Bill. Yet he has not shared the budget with us. How do we know what we’re repairing. No matter how much money the state has it’s never enough. The legislatures never quit spending. There will always be a defict. Even for the future generations Walker claims he’s protecting. If he’s so worried about those childrens future why is he cutting their education chances? By not have good benefits to attract good educators (teachers) he’s also harming them. The ACT/SAT numbers prove right to work states have lower ACT/SAT scores.

    Only a week before Scott Walker was voted into office the Koch Brothers (Walkers prime supporters) opened an office just a block away from Walkers office. Yet they claim they’re not interested in the electric plants Walker is putting on the chopping block. You don’t go to the bother and expense of opening an office (in a prime, expensive location) and hire additional office staff if you’re not intersted in doing business in the state. Seems the only business Scott Walker is in favor of is business for the Koch Brothers. If you doubt this listen to the recoding of Scott Walker talking to the faux Koch Brother. In his discusion he makes reference to another legislature by saying “he’s not one of us.”

  5. February 26, 2011 7:14 AM

    Diners-out might also want to learn about the membership and political activity of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association.

  6. madmilker permalink
    February 21, 2011 10:56 PM

    “It is the aim of good government to stimulate production, of bad government to encourage consumption.” – Jean Baptiste Say

    If Retail makes NOTHING….and Government makes only MORE DEBT….the only thing that can have a positive effect on communities is Small Business and companies that make stuff.

    The picture of George Washington can float around a town six to eight times before leaving the community but if that dollar is spent inside of a big box store it will leave the same day that it entered.

    Big Box stores like Wal*Mart can take in 200,000 George Washington’s a day and that be a lot of “Liberty” “Pride” “Freedom” leaving town each day.

    And when one figures into the equation America has a six to one trade deficit with China which means five out of every six George Washington’s that go there will never come back unless the US Government sells bonds(debt) this is what those on Jenkins Hill and Wall Street don’t understand when it comes to local banks not having any George Washington’s to loan out in their communities.

    Why is it that people ain’t writing articles about those fifteen cargo ships that pollute as much as 760 million automobiles, T Boone Pickens owning a Texas Water District, Nestle draining the Great Lakes, the disconnect between Coca-Cola and the people of India, Wal*Mart putting less than 5% foreign in their stores in China and Warren Buffett buying a Choo Choo train a few years after Wal*Mart makes a deal on a port in Mexico.

    In 1960 U.S. goods manufacturing produced a $5 billion trade surplus – – 2006 merchandise trade had a $836 billion deficit. Today, for some reason, the world thinks the American consumer needs to support what they make….well, it doesn’t work like that even a fifth grader can figure that out.

    So-call cheaper items only breed cheaper wages and this will go on until the rich of the world carry out the manufacturing of ignorance through out the 182 or so counties that will have a chance to make something.

    I’m just an O’fart with very little book learning but from what I’ve seen over the past sixty five years in this great union of fifty states has shown me that common sense left in the year 63′ and “my sh!! don’t stink” sense as been here every since.

    Sad, those few fat farmers with penmanship of poets holding feather quill goose pens and writing the American dream has today become nothing more than a page within a history book that a bunch of asinine dipsticks are to lazy and ignorant to teach.

    Over the past 100 years the Federal Debt has gone from $2.6 billion in 1910 to over $14 trillion today….In that time there has only been one 10 year period that the debt has gone down 1920-1930.

    All done by a bunch of elephants and jack@sses acting like turnips. People today still think Clinton balance the budget but anyone knows if they think with an open mind that if the budgets of the Clinton years had been balance the debt would had not gone up.

    America is over $57 trillion in debt and it didn’t get there by people using common sense. If the American people don’t wake-up to that fact within another twenty years they will witness Lady Liberty kneeling to her knees in the Hudson and someone in Tiananmen Square holding that tablet from under her left arm celebrating what is written upon it.

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