Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Gov. Molotov wades into foreign policy, wins "Pants on Fire" rating

Gov. Molotov strikes again, but this time, when conjuring documents that do not exist, he can't claim his error was due to a typo or an intern's proof reading.

Get used to it, America. We've seen it here for years - - both the results of briefings by talk radio: and Walker's penchant for false speaking. PolitiFact finds "False" is Walker's most frequent rating.
Pants on Fire!
"Documents released from the Soviet Union" show "the Soviet Union started treating" President Ronald Reagan more seriously after Reagan fired the air traffic controllers.
— Scott Walker on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 in an interview


Anonymous said...

Only Walker can produce a steaming pile of you know what and step in it with both feet and consider it the most important foreign policy decision in our lifetime and live in this fantasy of his own creation. This supposed leader is so wrapped up in his own falsehoods that he is incapable of separating fact from fiction. How is he going to blame this on Doyle. ALONG THE BLAMING DOYLE LINE CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHY WHEN THE POTOWATOMI TRIBE HELD BACK THEIR $25 MILLION GAMING FEE OVER THE KENOSHA CASINO WHY WALKER DIDN'T FIND THAT THEY HAD VOIDED THE DOYLE COMPACT AND CREATE A NEW COMPACT THAT WOULD HAVE ALLOWED THE KENOSHA CASINO?

Anonymous said...

The Beloit City Manager Arft actually thinks this will help Beloit procure their very own Indian casino. Arft and the rest of Rock County who believes that should stop smoking the peace pipes and deal with the reality of being just another Walkerville in Wisconsin.