Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Ron Johnson's odd attack against "career politician"

Ron Johnson has been calling Russ Feingold "a career politician."

On the Charlie Sykes WTMJ-AM radio talk show a few minutes ago Tuesday morning, Johnson repeated the attack, alleging also that Feingold is running to reclaim the Senate seat he lost to Johnson in 2010 because Feingold wants a big title to serve his ego.

Has Johnson been following the career and campaigning of a certain Scott Walker?


my5cents said...

And Johnson doesn't want a big title to serve HIS ego? Right!! This is going to be a very interesting race. Hang onto your seats.

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Or Paul Ryan. But then again, you know the 21st Century GOP motto:

"Our rules don't apply to us."

my5cents said...

Saw an interesting story on MSNBC.com this afternoon. http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/gop-senator-might-trust-ayatollah-over-obama?cid=sm_fb_maddow

And, people in Wisconsin actually trust this man to make decisions for them?

Jake formerly of the LP said...

I'm not sure it will be interesting, other than to see if the GOPs tell (mo)Ron not to run and/or encourage a primary because he has no chance.

Betsy said...

I thought he (Job Creator Johnson) did not want to engage in a personal attack kind of campaign....Also, for what its worth Johnson says: "He (Feingold) was going to get big money out of politics, right? Well that didn't work out quite that way. ... It did the exact opposite of what it intended to do." I wonder if he (Johnson) has heard of Citizens United!

Anonymous said...

Dumb ron johnson needs to go back to daddy-in-laws business and pretend to be a successful executive again.

my5cents said...

Ron Johnson can only have one thought at a time. Give him a break. NOT!!! That's why so much of what he says ends up to be nonsense. You have to put thoughts together to make a cohesive statement.

Anonymous said...

Lol. Johnson should know that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. Johnson married his money, schmoozed her father into backing Johnson in a plastics business. Johnson is only wealthy due to hand-outs from his wife's family. Further Johnson backs Scott "career politician"
Walker. Johnson would be entertaining is he weren't so darn hypocritical.

Anonymous said...

I see that Ronnie has been shown to be the most vulnerable Repub. up for reelection in the entire Senate by Larry Sabato.

Gee, Ronnie...help me out here...what have you done for the state? It may be a news flash, but most folks expect their senator to actually DO SOMETHING HELPFUL for their constituents. What you have done, besides waste taxpayer time and $ on stupid-ass anti-Obamacare and other meaningless legislation?

It's time for you to go.