Via the Wisconsin AFL-CIO.

Jessie Rodriguez - the $64,000 candidate

On November 19, voters in the 21st Assembly District will have an opportunity to elect a candidate who isn’t bought and paid for by special interests, and that candidate is Elizabeth Coppola.

7 Responses to Jessie Rodriguez: the bought and paid for candidate

  1. ® Steve says:

    LOL. Elizabeth Coppola was implanted into this district just a few weeks before the electoin to put a far left liberal in the assembly. It failed. Standing on your head and telling the rest of the world it’s upside down, yeah you guys are good at that here.

    • And yet you didn’t really refute the fact that Jessie Rodriguez was bought and paid for by outside special interests.

      But I suppose you’re okay with that when it benefits a candidate who shares your ideology.

      • ® Steve says:

        You guys are so cute when you play the ad hominem/straw-man game. I can play it too.
        You didn’t refute Elizabeth was planted in a district she didn’t live in, hasn’t worked in over 5 years and has no other purpose than to be a pawn for the far left, something that doesn’t represent her implanted to district.

        But I suppose you’re okay with that when it benefits a candidate who shares your ideology.

  2. John Casper says:

    “You guys are so cute…”

    Trademark, is there something about marriage equality that you want to tell us?

    OT, where do you work?

    If you were remotely conservative you’d know that most kids her age aren’t working.–en/index.htm

    If you were remotely conservative, you’d know that the real job creators are CONSUMERS with money to spend.

    Billionaire Nick Hanauer:

    “Raise Taxes on Rich to Reward True Job Creators”

    “……When businesspeople take credit for creating jobs, it is like squirrels taking credit for creating evolution. In fact, it’s the other way around.
    It is unquestionably true that without entrepreneurs and investors, you can’t have a dynamic and growing capitalist economy. But it’s equally true that without consumers, you can’t have entrepreneurs and investors. And the more we have happy customers with lots of disposable income, the better our businesses will do.
    That’s why our current policies are so upside down. When the American middle class defends a tax system in which the lion’s share of benefits accrues to the richest, all in the name of job creation, all that happens is that the rich get richer.
    And that’s what has been happening in the U.S. for the last 30 years. ….”

    If you don’t want to tax the rich, you have to INCREASE federal spending. Pick one.

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