As Scott Walker likes to travel the country and use the same stale lines of a few “union bosses” running the state and how do we want them deciding what happens in WI or the taxpayers of Wisconsin deciding our future. Presumably, Walker is aligning himself with the taxpayers of WI and attempting to paint himself as the victim of big money trying to oppose him. Since the press will not report and he will not divulge such things, I thought we should occassionally take a look at the people who are donating big money to Scott Walker. Let’s see if his donors have the best interests of the Wisconsin taxpayer in mind, or they are giving big money to Walker for different reasons….hmmmmmmm

The first major donor we are going to spotlight is Wisconsin’s own Foster Friess. The Rice Lake native, who could not leave Wisconsin fast enough, and now resides in AZ, first popped on the national scene by being the main sponsor of the presidential campaign of Rick Santorum. Being the boss, and not content with sitting on the sidelines and funding, Friess sought out the spotlight himself. Foster proved to not be ready for prime time and was known for this unfortunate quote:

“You know, back in my days, they’d use Bayer aspirin for contraceptives,” Friess said on MSNBC. “The gals put it between their knees, and it wasn’t that costly.”

Yes Friess believes that if the girls would just keep their legs closed we would not have the need for birth control. I guess he learned that when he was “born again”. Then, Friess was caught unprepared for what we all knew was coming, the end of the Rick Santorum campaign for president. This upset Friess so much that he issued his own Ted Nugent proclamation:

“There are a lot of things that haven’t been hammered at because Rick and Mitt have been going at each other,” Friess said during an interview on Fox Business News. “Now that they have trained their barrels on President Obama, I hope his teleprompters are bulletproof.”

Now that you have been introduced to Foster Friess, lets see what his ties are to Wisconsin. Mr. Friess gave $1000 to Hitler admirerer Dane Deutsch, $500 to the former bipartisan compromiser who recently has called for violence against walker's opponents, Tommy Thompson and finally has donated(so far) $104,600.00 !

I wonder why a retired businessman living in AZ would want to donate such a huge sum of money to the governor of WI? Is he just showing his support for the children of WI or could he have ulterior motives? of course we already know that Scott Walker and tommy thompson will take money from anyone!

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