Thursday, August 28, 2014

Crazy, But Thats How It Goes;

By Jeff Simpson

 Crazy, but that's how it goes
Millions of people living as foes
Maybe. it's not too late
To learn how to love, and forget how to hate  

  MacIver has had a chance to go through the emails that Wisconsinites sent to Senator John Erpenbach in support of his fight against ACT10.   Now they plan on using that information to attack and harass anyone who had the gall to contact their elected representative in our representative democracy.   

Mental wounds not healing
Life's a bitter shame
I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train
I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train

No one cares about crazy people!

 I've listened to preachers,
I've listened to fools
I've watched all the dropouts
Who make their own rules
One person conditioned to rule and control
The media sells it and you live the role

You can not make this stuff up!

Gov. Scott Walker offered his suggestion nearly two years ago for reducing the impact of campaign money on politics.
“One of the biggest things is transparency,” Walker told the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism in December 2012. “The more transparency involved, the more people could hold folks accountable, for whether it’s $5 or $500, or whatever the amount may be.”  

 Mental wounds still screaming
Driving me insane
I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train
I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train

You really can not make this stuff up:

Revisiting a piece from April, this is the next congressman from Wisconsin.
Grothman has made a name for himself championing conservative causes. He sponsored legislation that repealed the state’s Equal Pay Enforcement Act, fought for a seven-day work week, proposed a bill that would have considered single parenthood “a contributing factor to child abuse and neglect” and argued that public employees should have to work on MLK Day
Last year, he said Kwanzaa is a fake holiday that “almost no black people today care about

 I know that things are going wrong for me
You gotta listen to my words, yeah, yeah

Governors should be defined not just by what they do and say, but who they surround themselves with, making sure to have the smartest person for a particular task or to head a specific agency. They should be judged on that basis and who they take advice from.”  Scott Walker

Heirs of a cold war,
that's what we've become
Inheriting troubles,
I'm mentally numb
Crazy, I just cannot bear
I'm living with something that just isn't fair

 A controversial bill that would allow high-income parents to avoid paying tens of thousands of dollars a year in child support was written with the help of a wealthy donor to the bill’s author, Rep. Joel Kleefisch.

Mental wounds not healing
Who and what's to blame
I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train

But the first-term Republican governor has not always been so pro-mining.
In fact, he helped block a proposal to construct another major mine in northern Wisconsin years ago.
In 1998 — as a member of the Assembly — Walker voted in favor of a mining moratorium that put the brakes on a proposed copper and zinc mine near Crandon. The measure passed in the Assembly on a 91-6 vote and was signed into law by Gov. Tommy Thompson.
The mine was never built.

I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train

1 comment:

  1. I used to think that "Crazy Train" was the most appropriate theme song for the Tea bag movement but I have come to believe that the best theme song for them comes from the movie Horse Feathers featuring Groucho Marx with the song "I'm Against It." I believe that this song truely captures the essence of the Tea bag. No matter how reasonable your proposal is I'm against it! That is true Tea Bag.