I usually don’t take on Community Columnists at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. I was one once. But the one in Thursday’s paper is useful for a point, because it reflects what I see in liberal thought toward conservatives.
The 2010 election saw a full 50% of the electorate sit on their hands and do nothing. Among those who did vote, one has to wonder just how much effort was put into understanding the issues, the proposed solutions and the historical performance of the candidates.
I’ve written about apathy before, even as a member of the Community Columnists. However, Mr. Bell is not really writing about apathy.
The Republicans got elected promising jobs and have pulled a fast one on all of us. Behind the foible of “budget,” they used the issue to drive home every bit of longed for right-wing goodies – and now, some who voted for them feel duped.
Yes, this is another screed about those no good Republicans.
What was that whole brown bag lunch that the liberals liked to ridicule so much, all about anyway?
That’s right. The budget.
How soon they forget.
But that seems to be the liberal tactic, that somehow the Republicans pulled a bait and switch on the people of Wisconsin.
“Jobs was what the Republicans promised.”
Well, yeah and the brown bag lunch. Living within your means.
Hmmm, I wonder if Mr. Bell was truly “duped?” Because the article sure didn’t give the feel of one who had been duped.
So who’s doing the duping?
As usual, what it comes down to is that the GOP lied and stupid people voted for them.
Same ol’ same ol’.