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The Grand Old Pretenders

Posted by Chris Liebenthal on August 28, 2010

WISGOP is apparently going with a make believe platform this election year. Quite a number of their candidates aren’t quite what they would like to present themselves to be.

Their Senate hopeful, Ron Johnson, is having a problem getting his identity straightened out. A prime example would be the way he presents himself as a self-made millionaire, but in reality, he made his money by marrying into it. He has also been having problems getting himself caught up in trying to figure out what his positions is on most topics, whether it be his stock in BP or sunspots.

Perpetual gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker has also been proven to be a fraud many times over. He claims to drive an old Saturn around, but in actually is chauffeured in a big, black SUV. He claims to be so frugal he uses a bag lunch, yet spends thousands of dollars at Ruth’s Chris. He claims to spend our money like it was his own, but he gives himself a $50,000 boost in pay and then buys a new house with a big pool, while we get crumbling buildings and insufficient services.

The latest of the Grand Old Pretenders is Rebecca Kleefisch. She is just getting her name out there, but is already showing great pretending potential. She is portraying her as some sort of Jane Common Woman who understands how tough times are because she is also struggling.

But the evidence seems to contradict those claims. First there is the question if she really owns an iPhone or not. A la Walker, she claims to drive an old beat up minivan everywhere, but as we can see in this video, this is no minivan:


And for someone who has to cut coupons and cut down on her groceries because she is so heavily taxed, she sure has a nice home with hard wood floors and granite counter tops in the kitchen:

While I won’t give out her address, let’s just say a house by Okauchee Lake can run over a third of a million.

Is it any wonder that the GOP is having problems getting their messages out in a clear fashion, when they can’t even decide on who they really are? It is amazing that anyone would be able to support people that aren’t even honest on who they are.

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