Thanks A Lot Republicans…You Suck As Usual!

For those of you not paying attention, Judge Michael Screnock lost the Wisconsin Supreme Court election to Rebecca Dallet, a radical leftist. So who is really to blame?

Of course the Republicans will whine about how much money was spent by the other side, and how they were out spent. While that may be true, it’s always the case. The conservative base was energized in the past by the Republican Party actually standing for something, fighting for their beliefs, and doing what they said.

But what did we have this legislative session? Idiot Republicans proposing tax increases and toll roads. Idiot Republicans content with having power, and not doing anything with the power. Idiot Republicans obstructing good legislation from being passed. I don’t know how long we have to hear about them being worried about the next election cycle, afraid to do anything for fear of future losses. The reality is they ensure their future loss when they don’t continue fighting and passing legislation to undo all of the liberal democratic policies.

We have come to the conclusion along time ago that most of the Republicans are lazy, weak, and stupid. Say what you want about president Donald Trump, while very much an imperfect person, you cannot say he is not a fighter. The Republicans, however, have no problem being in the minority, because they can whine and complain, but they don’t have to do anything.

So where does the blame lie for the loss of the Wisconsin Supreme Court race? In our view, it can be easily laying at the foot of the Republican Party leadership in the State of Wisconsin. You guys suck!  And shame on you Conservative and Christian voters that did not vote and understand the importance of the Wisconsin Supreme Court election!

Attention WI Republicans: If you really want to turn the ship around, call for a special session, and pass all of the reforms bills that did not get done in the regular session. There is no excuse for you not to work through the spring and summer like all of the other working families in WI.

Be bold, call for a special session, and turn this ship around…Or expect significant losses in November!

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Speaker Vos Wants Toll Roads In Wisconsin…THEY ARE A BAD IDEA!!!

“Wisconsin has a major funding shortage for its road building and repair needs. The state’s assembly speaker says he prefers using toll roads if necessary.”
 
“That’s my preferred option,” Speaker Robin Vos (R-Burlington) told WTMJ’s “Wisconsin’s Afternoon News” Thursday.

Speaker Vos wants toll roads in Wisconsin….This article (link below) spells out some of the problems when Michigan looked at having toll roads for transportation funding.

Questions about the toll roads:

1. The proposed toll between the Stateline to Milwaukee on I-94 is a federal interstate. The federal government just spent millions to redo much of that stretch. Under current federal law, most or all of that aid would have to be paid back to the feds. How is this being paid for? Long term debt? Has this been factored into the toll solution?
2. Future federal aid will no longer be available for projects related to that stretch. Generally, only 10% is funded by the state. With tolls, the state is on the hook for 100%. Has this 10 fold increase in expense been factored into the toll solution?
3. Any revenue generated by the tolls used for other projects will eliminate any federal funding for those projects. Has this been factored into the toll solution?
4. Tolls will include new infrastructure costs that will be funded solely by the state. Has the increase in new infrastructure been factored into the toll solution?
This idea has been floating around in other states. They have come to the conclusion that the cons far outweigh the pros. One only needs to look at Texas Tollways 130, which was privately funded and constructed, as is being proposed in Wisconsin. They went bankrupt in March 2016, 10 years after being awarded the contract.
A crisis scenario is being presented for our state roads and that there is not enough revenue to support our roads. Then why is the legislature taking on new costs that will eliminate a revenue source? How is funding 10% considered a problem but 100% not? What will the toll solution do to our long term debt?