(Eric Odom/The Union Label) – After watching Megan Kelly take Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach (D) to the woodshed this morning I started digging around and found quite a bit about his agenda.
Erpenbach is one of the fleebaggers currently hiding out in Chicago, refusing to go back and do his job in the Wisconsin legislature.
As Kelly and Erpenbach approached a hard break (Fox News) Kelly asked him if he could stick around to continue the conversation after the break. Erpenbach said he didn’t have time to stay on the line and would have to go.
That’s interesting… especially considering the fact that he had a whole hell of a lot of time to call in to a Common Cause Wisconsin Forum and give them all the time they needed. In this video, Erpenbach (in answer to a question about the voter ID vote) says the GP agenda amounts to a “takeover” of the political process in Wisconsin.
This is an interesting assertion coming from Erpenbach, especially considering the fact that his biggest donors are… wait for it… UNIONS!
The top industries donated to Erpenbach are as follows:
Please note this is from his 2008 campaign…
General Trade Unions $3,600
Food & Beverage $3,254
Health Professionals $2,370
Telecom Services & Equipment $2,350
Hospitals & Nursing Homes $2,325
Civil Servants/Public Officials $1,580
Real Estate $1,285
Total included in the report is $39,678, meaning approximately HALF of his campaign funds came from these industries.
So, Jon, who exactly has “taken over” the political process in Wisconsin?
And another important question… why is Erpenbach associating with a group like Common Cause, a leftist group that has people like Van Jones speak at their events?
I wonder if Jon Erbenbach approves of the crowd portrayed in the video recorded at a Common Cause event?
Sorry, Jon, but the GOP in Wisconsin is trying to stop a “takeover” while there is still time.
You, sir, are defending the takeover and you aren’t fooling anyone.