Tag: Tom Barrett

I think America really needs more sheriffs like this guy

I just love folks who cut the BS and speak the unvarnished truth, it drives the Left batty!


A duty to protect yourself? Absolutely! And of course, the bed-wetting quickly followed

The spot has quickly earned criticism, including from the Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.

Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association president Roy Felber told the Associated Press it sounds like a call to vigilantism, while Barrett’s spokeswoman said it sounded like Clarke was “auditioning for the next Dirty Harry movie.”

No, he sounds like a man who is not afraid of common sense. And like a man who trusts the PEOPLE to responsibly exercise their God-given rights! Like I said we could use a lot sheriffs like him, and surely a lot more politicians like him,


Remember when I said that this election season would be violent?

This is what I meant

The homeowner would not support Democrat judicial candidate Ernestina R. Cruz in Taos.
So they beat him bloody.

Officials with the Taos Police Department say they are still working to get to the bottom of the alleged beating of a Taos landowner over the removal of political signs from in front of his property.

In an interview with The Taos News Friday (May 25), property owner Roy Cunnyngham and his wife Joni recounted the events when they returned home, across from Casa los Córdovas May 1.

“I don’t know how many people hit me,” Cunnyngham said of the incident.

According to the police report filed the same day, Eighth Judicial District Court judge candidate Ernestina Cruz was having a “meet and greet” event at Plaza de Colores. At the same time, across the street, Cunnyngham and his wife were returning home from dinner to find several of Cruz’ campaign signs in front of his property.

As in the police report, Cunnyngham confirmed that three men approached him and demanded that he replace the signs where they’d been staked. Cunnyngham said he resisted.

“We were setting them in the car and we’d planned to call whoever they belonged to,” Cunnyngham said. “I told them I thought it was very distasteful to put these signs in front of my property.”

At that point, a younger man came across the street and again told Cunnyngham to put the signs back. When Cunnyngham refused, the man “pounded me in the chest,” Cunnyngham said.

While Cunnyngham says he knows a few of the people involved, The Taos News’ policy is not to identify alleged offenders until they have been charged or implicated by law enforcement.

At the time of the incident, Cruz denied having any knowledge of anyone involved in the incident, saying that it was “unfortunate” that Cunnyngham removed signs that “did not belong to him.”

What followed was far from a fair fight, the Cunnynghams say. Cunnyngham was later checked out by a doctor who treated him for cuts and bruises, injuries to his mouth and a concussion, Cunnyngham said.

“They just attacked him, all three of them,” Joni Cunnyngham said. “Someone was keeping me and my son from getting to them.”

Get ready, be careful, be smart, and understand that some on the Left ARE desperate enough to get violent

Some posts just write themselves

The man challenging Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, has accused Walker of waging a war against women, but he does not mind having a thug rapper belting out sexist lyrics at a campaign stop. H/T Weasel Zippers

Via Beltway Confidential:

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has accused Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis., of waging a “war on women,” but he yieled his spot on stage at a Wisconsin rally to a rapper who sang a misogynistic song even as Barrett greeted voters.

Barrett wrote a column Wednesday alleging that “under Walker, a war on women has been waged that has weakened protections for equal pay for equal work, and jeopardized women’s health and reproductive freedom.”

He took that message, more generally, to a rally organized on his behalf by Van Jones — President Obama’s former green czar — and his organization Rebuild the Dream.

“This is for our state, our values,” Barrett said last weekend, after telling Milwaukee voters that “We don’t need a governor who is going to listen to the billionaires and not listen to us.”

In Barrett, voters get a governor who has listened to “Sucka MC” by the rapper “Prophetic.” Described as “pretty dope” by the Rebuild the Dream representative who introduced him, “Proph” performed the first song on his new album. The video of the rally shows Tom Barrett shaking hands and talking to voters as Proph prepares to sing a couple songs.

The song includes lyrics such as “b**ches who ride me, I want to see how far I can take her.” It appears that Proph self-censored at least part of the word “b**ches,” though he completed the rest of the phrase.

In the recorded song (the video of the rally ends before this part of the song, Proph also declares that “cash makes the women shake their [derrières].”

Of course most Feminists do not care about this. They care about their Left Wing political goals, not women or how women are treated. In the demented minds of the Left, Sexism is protecting unborn babies, while a rapper singing nasty songs that objectify women as mere sex objects somehow champions women’s “rights”.

Democrat Nominee For Governor Endorses Wisconsin Senate Vote: Assembly Declared Unsafe For Members

Democrat Nominee For Governor Endorses Wisconsin Senate Vote: Assembly Declared Unsafe For Members – Pajamas Media

Not just any Democrat: The Democrat who was defeated by Gov. Scott Walker last fall. Tom Barrett, the Democratic nominee for Wisconsin governor in 2012, made the comments on the Charlie Sykes radio show.

BARRETT: You could vote on those without those missing senators. You could vote on those tomorrow morning. You don’t need 20 senators to vote on those changes to the collective bargaining. Again, if someone really wanted to end this standoff, the way you would end it is simply have a separate vote.

SYKES: Would you favor that?

BARRETT: I would certainly favor that.

With protesters storming the capitol and police having to drag them out, the WI Assembly speaker has told members to stay away because the building isn’t safe for them.

Let that sink in a second. A state assembly isn’t safe for the elected representatives to do their job. Does it sound like some bullying is going on?

I don’t use this word often at all, but what’s happening in Wisconsin is on the verge of becoming un-American. You don’t storm buildings to shut down state governments in order to prevent votes that you expect won’t go your way. You just don’t. Unless, that is, you’re a union member or a Democrat.

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Unions Storm Madison, Break Windows: Capital In Chaos – Big Government

From Big Government correspondent on the scene:

We have almost completely lost control of the Capitol building. We now only control the 3rd and 4th floors.

Teachers Unions are sending out robo calls and emails to all their members, asking them to get to the capitol NOW. We know this as a fact.

Democrat Senators are opening windows and letting protesters in. Door’s have been ripped off their hinges.

Next 6-8 hours will determine who controls the capitol. If we lose control, the assembly can’t meet tomorrow.

Quasi-military forces are the only option to win back control of building. They are very close to being called in.

Law enforcement are leaking legislators whereabouts to protesters. No one is safe.

Today they escorted State Senators across the street via an underground tunnel. It’s top secret, but protesters were waiting for them.

National Guard may be called in… plans have been set. We are running out of options.

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Irony: Wisconsin Lawmakers Getting Death Threats From Union Goons While Obama Warns Of Bullying – JammieWearingFool

Obama has pulled himself away from watching basketball long enough to lecture America on bullying today.

“Bullying can have destructive consequences for our young people,” Obama will tell about 150 students, parents, teachers and nonprofit leaders, according to an advance text of his remarks released by the White House. “And it’s not something we have to accept.”

Such words ring a bit hollow when his union supporters are threatening to kill people.

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