Sunday, March 14, 2010

That Good Old-Timey Politics

The GOP faithful showed up in The Dells to work on their Southern Strategy with the loud people of AFP. AFP is a political wing of The Koch Company and works to reduce taxes on Koch's energy, chemical and cattle businesses. Founder Fred Koch was a founding member of the John Birch Society. It also has been active in the so-called "grassroots" tea party movement.

Let's just take a look and see what kind of hollabacks and throwbacks the GOPers came up with.

JB van Goodhair showed that he knows the code.
“We need to preserve America for Americans,” Van Hollen said.
Tim Nerenz showed he knows the code, too.
“And what does a good master do when a cabana boy doesn’t know his place?” Nerenz, a Llibertarian running against Dem U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin of Madison, asked the crowd. “That’s right. He fires him."

And count on Not-Really-Joe, the Make-Believe Plumber to rail against socialized garbage collection and police-for-all.
"I demand less taxes. I demand less involvement in my personal life," Wurzelbacher said, drawing applause.
The AFP shindig was a collection of speechifying against clean air regulations, healthcare reform and tolerance.
Nerenz declared, “We are not the party of no. We are the party of hell no.”

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