Ron Johnson was right about Greenland

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson:There’s a reason Greenland was called Greenland,” he said. “It was actually green at one point in time.

Ron Johnson was actually right; Greenland was green…sometime between 450,000 and 800,000 years ago. Never in recorded history has Greenland been “green,” and what’s more, it’s commonly accepted that Greenland was given its name by Viking Eric the Red, who gave it the name Greenland in order to make it sound more attractive to potential settlers.


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10 thoughts on “Ron Johnson was right about Greenland

  1. Zach,

    Do you feel the walls closing in on you?

    So sad that Obama did not live up to your progressive dreams.

    Did you see the housing numbers this week, 27% in existing home sales (worse recorded drop ever in one month), 12.7 drop in new home starts (also a record). Maybe another stimulus bill will fix everything?

    1. Kent, I know you have a hard time staying on topic, but you’ll be glad to know there aren’t any walls closing in here.

    1. Why wouldn’t I be in good spirits? I know you cling to those Republican Rasmussen polling numbers as proof that Ron Johnson’s going to win, but there’s only one poll that matters.

      1. Zach,

        Who cares if Rasmussen leans conservative. If you don’t get the polling correct then no one will respect your work. I agree that anyone can make polls look good in their favor.

        That said no other polling institution has a better accuracy rate than the Rasmussen group. So keep dreaming and we will see what happens in November. Just think 70 some days of worsening financial news before Feingold is retired.

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