Meanwhile in the party of Kimberlin…

by Datechguy | June 4th, 2012

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Meanwhile in the party of Kimberlin...

It’s a Trap!

Admi­ral Akbar: Return of the Jedi & Shel­don Cooper The Big Bang Theory

With a house­guest, my son’s grad­u­a­tion and Robert Stacy McCain I have been behind in my posts on Brett Kim­ber­lin and friends.

lucky for us Stacy McCain doesn’t cur­rently have a home and in between sight­ings all over he hasn’t missed a beat:

The Pro­foundly Dis­hon­est Brett Kim­ber­lin

While research­ing fur­ther back­ground mate­r­ial, I hap­pened upon a Novem­ber 2011 post at DFQ2 in which Seth Allen dis­cussed Brett Kimberlin’s ties to the left-​wing news site Raw Story. Allen was par­tic­u­larly inter­ested in Lar­isa Alexan­drovna, a for­mer Raw Story reporter who is an inde­fa­tiguable defender — or per­haps we should say, idol­a­tor — of Kimberlin.

It’s amaz­ing what you can find when you go into the archives of Demo­c­rat sites and it’s even more amaz­ing how they duck when word gets out:

Raw Story Dis­avows Ties to Kimberlin

And of course he hasn’t con­fined him­self to the star of the show

The ”Twit­ter­Gate” story was a brief blip in the blo­gos­pheric con­scious­ness: An ugly online spat between Left and Right that seemed rather silly to those who did not grasp two key facts:

Rauhauser was a paid con­sul­tant with the Pro­gres­sive PST firm, pro­vid­ing “social media” ser­vices to Demo­c­rat can­di­dates; and
Rauhauser has described him­self as a “hacker.”

Fact 2 could be dis­missed as mere boast­ing — Rauhauser may have exag­ger­ated his hack­ing skills — yet it is nonethe­less rel­e­vant in light of Fact 1: Why would can­di­dates for pub­lic office hire some­one who bragged of his abil­ity to engage in decep­tive and poten­tially crim­i­nal activ­ity? What ser­vices did Rauhauser’s clients expect him to deliver?

The full post goes deep, VERY deep, and as Ladd Ehlinger com­ments:

Exactly so. If you want clues as to what a lib­eral thug is up to, look to what he’s accused oth­ers of doing.

The accu­sa­tions are long, var­ied, and fright­en­ing: crim­i­nal con­spir­a­cies! Libel! Slan­der! Smears! Stalk­ing! Lies! Dis­tor­tions! Racism! Fas­cism! Total­i­tar­i­an­ism! Voter fraud! Denial of the Vote! Vio­lence! Denial of free speech!

And any­one who isn’t a team-​playing pro­gres­sive thug is out­right evil, and must be stopped no mat­ter what the cost. And if you think of your oppo­si­tion as pure evil, then there’s no tac­tic that’s out of bounds.

Because as Pat­terico reminds us we are the real vil­lains if only the rest of the world was smart enough to see it:

Since Wein­er­gate, we have learned that key Kim­ber­lin asso­ciates and sup­port­ers Neal Rauhauser and Occu­pyRe­bel­lion have been absolutely obsessed with Wein­er­gate since it hap­pened — as has Ron Brynaert.

Shortly after Weiner sent out the Wein­er­tweet, Rauhauser wrote an email to the FBI blam­ing Stack for hav­ing “hacked” Weiner. Three days after my swat­ting, in a post titled “Patterico’s Penal­iza­tion,” Rauhauser tried to impli­cate me and a man named Seth Allen in the alleged plot to bring down Weiner. (Rauhauser also asked for pic­tures of my wife and sug­gested that pri­vate detec­tives should stake out Seth Allen’s residence.)

The inclu­sion of Seth Allen in the post was a red flag to peo­ple who had writ­ten about Kim­ber­lin, since Seth Allen was a very low-​traffic blog­ger whose prin­ci­pal claim to fame was that he had fought a one-​man war to draw atten­tion to Kimberlin’s past, as well as Kimberlin’s part­ner­ship with blog­ger and radio per­son­al­ity Brad Friedman.

Ever since then, Rauhauser and anony­mous Kim­ber­lin sup­porter Occu­pyRe­bel­lion, along with other anony­mous Kim­ber­lin sup­port­ers, have pushed a ver­sion of “Weiner Trutherism” that argued Weiner didn’t actu­ally send out the Wein­er­tweet. The peo­ple they have blamed have included Mike Stack and var­i­ous ene­mies of Kim­ber­lin, includ­ing myself.

The bot­tom line is this: Rauhauser and Occu­pyRe­bel­lion were early and vig­or­ous advo­cates of Weiner Trutherism, and blamed two of the SWAT­ting vic­tims, me and Mike Stack, for being behind a plot against Anthony Weiner. Since then, Rauhauser’s close asso­ci­a­tion with Brett Kim­ber­lin has become quite clear — and a long-​running cam­paign of cyber­stalk­ing and harass­ment of Kim­ber­lin crit­ics by Rauhauser, Kim­ber­lin, Bry­naert, and Occu­pyRe­bel­lion has been quite evident.

Given my involve­ment in the Weiner story I’m shocked I haven’t had any issue with them myself, then again per­haps they don’t like going after Sicilians.

As for all these weird moves I had a con­ver­sa­tion with Ladd Ehlinger on the sub­ject, I talked about how odd it was that the left was stick­ing with these peo­ple, he com­mented that we would see this and more as they got more and more des­per­ate and on cue in Wis­con­sin we have this:

I obscured names and addresses, but be assured, this was a list of real names and addresses of peo­ple who live near me, with the infor­ma­tion about whether they voted in the last 2 elec­tions. This is an effort to shame and pres­sure peo­ple about vot­ing, and it is truly despi­ca­ble. Your vote is pri­vate, you have a right not to vote, and any­one who tries to shame and an harass you about it is vio­lat­ing your pri­vacy, and the assump­tion that I will become active in sham­ing and pres­sur­ing my neigh­bors is repugnant.

and this:

The sur­veil­lance effect! It’s impor­tant for peo­ple to know when polit­i­cal orga­ni­za­tions, like the Greater Wis­con­sin Polit­i­cal Fund, are delib­er­ately using a psy­cho­log­i­cal manip­u­la­tion that has been tested and stud­ied. Please, get out the word that mail­ers like this are try­ing to mobilize…

this:

ADDED: In the Com­ments, The Drill SGT points to this arti­cle, from a cou­ple days ago, in The Chron­i­cle of Higher Edu­ca­tion: “Hey, Here’s Who Your Neigh­bors Gave Money to. Sin­cerely, Harvard.”

and now this:

There’s a lot of des­per­a­tion and maybe all the des­per­a­dos went there at once. Well, this is the link, if it works. The arti­cle is called some­thing like Legal Cloud Gath­ers Over Scott Walker, and it pur­ports to have sources that say that Walker is the tar­get of a crim­i­nal investigation.

and a last minute col­lege “love child” accu­sa­tion already adamantly denied by the woman in ques­tion when spo­ken to by an actual reporter

Why such last minute hail marys and some on the left are jump­ing all over? Per­haps because of this:

When I tweeted the photo above of the “Team­ster for Walker,” sev­eral peo­ple responded that they too were Team­sters who would vote for Walker. The out-​of-​state union bosses will leave Wis­con­sin after Tues­day, but the res­i­dents will be left to repair rela­tion­ships with their neigh­bors. Show­ing that this is a bat­tle for all Wis­con­sin and that the divid­ing line is one between oper­a­tives and cit­i­zens, and not against union mem­bers, is step one to mak­ing Wis­con­sin that light on the hill.

And this isn’t even count­ing the arrest of a lone pro­tester to pro­tect a small crowd from pro-​walker opinions.

I think the panic is really not unex­pected, after all if you have Mau­reen Down cry­ing for a change it can’t be good for DaLeft but it’s really more than this.

Nor­mally a national party like the Demo­c­rat party would restrain things so far over the top that they threaten the brand but the big red wave of 2010 fright­ened them. When the folks went nuts in Madi­son last year the party and their friends in the media embraced it. When the occu­pod move­ment (a move­ment as organic as meat glue) raised their col­ors the Democ­rats and the Media were at their sides fig­ur­ing this would be the thing that changed the equation.

With Wis­con­sin look­ing hor­ri­ble and the National elec­tion start­ing to show signs of the cracks that have been obvi­ous for a year the party has to go all in to keep 2012 from being a rout that shat­ters them on both a national and a state level.

The prob­lem You can’t go “all in ” with­out the activists, and with the party as far left as it now is the activists are the peo­ple doing the very things that make the democ­rats unelectable.

The left acted in haste and will repent at leisure because they wouldn’t lis­ten to me last Octo­ber either here or at the Conservatory:

I keep expect­ing some elder states­man of the left to play Admi­ral Akbar, and shout to the Democ­rats who are jump­ing on the Occupy band­wagon: “It’s a trap!” But it looks like there aren’t any adults left to do so.

Now begs the ques­tion: Will the democ­rats be forced to stand by the side of the Kim­ber­lins by the occupods? by the des­per­ate folks at the Wis­con­sin Cit­i­zens media group, and how will they react if thrown under the bus?

A smart party would boot them soon and begin the rebuild­ing process but with a party built from dif­fer­ent parts all want­ing dif­fer­ent things one can’t sim­ply dump one part or another.

Nor­mally I’d enjoy their trou­ble, but the more I see the more I’m con­vinced that Ladd Ehlinger is right, we haven’t seen any­thing near just how far these peo­ple will go in a last ditch effort to keep power.

I sus­pect it won’t be pretty or clean but it will be bet­ter then them actu­ally keep­ing power.

Update: Pat­terico gives us the lat­est exam­ple of what the left does when …it thinks it’s win­ning:

After Aaron Walker went to court to get a peace order based on the site, Rauhauser sent me and oth­ers an email titled “Aaron Walker murder/​suicide risk” that said, among other things:

Given Walker’s state of mind I would say his wife might find him hang­ing in the garage tonight when she gets home from work. Another pos­si­ble out­come would be a two digit body count from some mosque in Vir­ginia after Aaron goes full tilt Jared Lough­ner on the con­gre­ga­tion. Some­one who knows his wife or real world asso­ciates in Vir­ginia should take steps to get him hos­pi­tal­ized before some­thing grim happens.

My empha­sis. Note the ref­er­ence to Aaron’s wife. Bring­ing spouses into the harass­ment is a com­mon tac­tic with this crowd.

and Stacy fol­lows up:

Rauhauser (who has boasted of being armed with a Glock 9-​mm pis­tol) was mak­ing omi­nous threats online, Kim­ber­lin was pur­su­ing a ruth­lessly vin­dic­tive strat­egy of legal and work­place harass­ment against Walker, and when Walker tried to put a stop to it, Rauhauser sug­gested that Walker was con­tem­plat­ing some act of des­per­ate violence.

Mean­while in a Fitch­burg far away Scott Walker reacts to all of this:

This is an exam­ple of how incred­i­bly des­per­ate the oppo­si­tion is,” Walker said. “It is sick­en­ing… I think this will back­fire, and I think there are a lot of Democ­rats across the state that will say that this is what is exactly what is fun­da­men­tally wrong about pol­i­tics in Amer­ica today.”

They are so des­per­ate, they can’t stand by their record, they can­not stand by the issues , they have to make crap up that is fun­da­men­tally untrue, and I think this is why it’s going to turn,” Walker said. He added that because of the types of per­sonal attacks he is receiv­ing, vot­ers are “not only likely to see us win, they’re likely to see us win by a large mar­gin, because I think vot­ers have had it — they’re dis­gusted and they’re ready to move on.” empha­sis mine

This is the exact sit­u­a­tion as the national elec­tion so expect this squared as the true scale of the Demo­c­rat party’s upcom­ing dis­as­ter becomes clear.

Update 2: Fixed a tag and via Ed Driscoll word is Wash­ing­ton is begin­ning to see it

it’s fair to say that Wash­ing­ton insid­ers are read­ing the tea leaves and increas­ingly prepar­ing for a Rom­ney vic­tory — espe­cially fol­low­ing Friday’s bad eco­nomic news. The dan­ger for Obama is that in polit­i­cal cam­paigns per­cep­tion can quickly become real­ity. If influ­en­tial lib­er­als such as Dowd sud­denly have no prob­lem say­ing Obama appears to be in over his head, pretty soon every­one will be point­ing out the obvi­ous. Thus far, Obama’s mete­oric rise has been largely depen­dent on a press that went straight from beat sweet­en­ers to beat­i­fi­ca­tion. If the press turns on the pres­i­dent, the Obama cam­paign may not know what to do.

I don’t think these peo­ple are just fig­ur­ing it out, I think, they just fig­ured they can’t hide it anymore.

Update 3: Time mag­a­zine has its “media cred­i­bil­ity day

Walker has surfed a con­tro­versy of his own mak­ing to the cen­ter of the national stage. Fel­low gov­er­nors have flocked to Wis­con­sin to cam­paign along­side him, lash­ing their rep­u­ta­tions to his. Mitt Rom­ney called him a “hero.” In the final days before the June 5 recall elec­tion, he has shat­tered fundrais­ing records, befud­dled his oppo­nents and pulled ahead in the polls. The ref­er­en­dum has trans­formed a rookie gov­er­nor into a con­ser­v­a­tive superstar.…

Mean­while accord­ing to Time, Madi­son con­tin­ues as it was

Every week­day since the bill was signed, oppo­nents have gath­ered at the capi­tol at high noon for an hour-​long protest. “No mat­ter what hap­pens, this doesn’t end here,” says Chris Reeder, 41.

But Walk­ers fans are unimpressed

They can protest,” Wis­con­sin GOP spokesman Ben Sparks says of Walker’s oppo­nents. “They’ve got us beat on that. But that’s about all they’ve got us beat on.”

Even as Time acknowl­edges what already exists the ques­tion comes: What do they mean by “it doesn’t end here” and will the Democ­rats go along for the: all protest (or worse) all the time.

Update 4: Stacy gives even more back­story on the Wein­er­gate connection

There is wide­spread sus­pi­cion that Brett Kim­ber­lin is behind the “Bre­it­bar­tUn­masked” site, which has access to infor­ma­tion that could only have come from Kim­ber­lin, and which is fix­ated on Kimberlin’s ene­mies to the exclu­sion of nearly every­thing else.

As Stacy con­tin­ues to chan­nel his inner Don­key I sus­pect Kim­ber­lin & Com­pany are think­ing of that famous line from Shrek:

Yeah, it’s get­ting him to shut up that’s the trick!

Stacy McCain ain’t shut­ting up any­time soon.

Update 5: Michelle is still fight­ing mad

It’s a Trap!

Admiral Akbar: Return of the Jedi & Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory

With a houseguest, my son’s graduation and Robert Stacy McCain I have been behind in my posts on Brett Kimberlin and friends.

lucky for us Stacy McCain doesn’t currently have a home and in between sightings all over he hasn’t missed a beat:

The Profoundly Dishonest Brett Kimberlin

While researching further background material, I happened upon a November 2011 post at DFQ2 in which Seth Allen discussed Brett Kimberlin’s ties to the left-wing news site Raw Story. Allen was particularly interested in Larisa Alexandrovna, a former Raw Story reporter who is an indefatiguable defender — or perhaps we should say, idolator — of Kimberlin.

It’s amazing what you can find when you go into the archives of Democrat sites and it’s even more amazing how they duck when word gets out:

Raw Story Disavows Ties to Kimberlin

And of course he hasn’t confined himself to the star of the show

The ”TwitterGate” story was a brief blip in the blogospheric consciousness: An ugly online spat between Left and Right that seemed rather silly to those who did not grasp two key facts:

Rauhauser was a paid consultant with the Progressive PST firm, providing “social media” services to Democrat candidates; and
Rauhauser has described himself as a “hacker.”

Fact 2 could be dismissed as mere boasting — Rauhauser may have exaggerated his hacking skills — yet it is nonetheless relevant in light of Fact 1: Why would candidates for public office hire someone who bragged of his ability to engage in deceptive and potentially criminal activity? What services did Rauhauser’s clients expect him to deliver?

The full post goes deep, VERY deep, and as Ladd Ehlinger comments:

Exactly so. If you want clues as to what a liberal thug is up to, look to what he’s accused others of doing.

The accusations are long, varied, and frightening: criminal conspiracies! Libel! Slander! Smears! Stalking! Lies! Distortions! Racism! Fascism! Totalitarianism! Voter fraud! Denial of the Vote! Violence! Denial of free speech!

And anyone who isn’t a team-playing progressive thug is outright evil, and must be stopped no matter what the cost. And if you think of your opposition as pure evil, then there’s no tactic that’s out of bounds.

Because as Patterico reminds us we are the real villains if only the rest of the world was smart enough to see it:

Since Weinergate, we have learned that key Kimberlin associates and supporters Neal Rauhauser and OccupyRebellion have been absolutely obsessed with Weinergate since it happened — as has Ron Brynaert.

Shortly after Weiner sent out the Weinertweet, Rauhauser wrote an email to the FBI blaming Stack for having “hacked” Weiner. Three days after my swatting, in a post titled “Patterico’s Penalization,” Rauhauser tried to implicate me and a man named Seth Allen in the alleged plot to bring down Weiner. (Rauhauser also asked for pictures of my wife and suggested that private detectives should stake out Seth Allen’s residence.)

The inclusion of Seth Allen in the post was a red flag to people who had written about Kimberlin, since Seth Allen was a very low-traffic blogger whose principal claim to fame was that he had fought a one-man war to draw attention to Kimberlin’s past, as well as Kimberlin’s partnership with blogger and radio personality Brad Friedman.

Ever since then, Rauhauser and anonymous Kimberlin supporter OccupyRebellion, along with other anonymous Kimberlin supporters, have pushed a version of “Weiner Trutherism” that argued Weiner didn’t actually send out the Weinertweet. The people they have blamed have included Mike Stack and various enemies of Kimberlin, including myself.

The bottom line is this: Rauhauser and OccupyRebellion were early and vigorous advocates of Weiner Trutherism, and blamed two of the SWATting victims, me and Mike Stack, for being behind a plot against Anthony Weiner. Since then, Rauhauser’s close association with Brett Kimberlin has become quite clear — and a long-running campaign of cyberstalking and harassment of Kimberlin critics by Rauhauser, Kimberlin, Brynaert, and OccupyRebellion has been quite evident.

Given my involvement in the Weiner story I’m shocked I haven’t had any issue with them myself, then again perhaps they don’t like going after Sicilians.

As for all these weird moves I had a conversation with Ladd Ehlinger on the subject, I talked about how odd it was that the left was sticking with these people, he commented that we would see this and more as they got more and more desperate and on cue in Wisconsin we have this:

I obscured names and addresses, but be assured, this was a list of real names and addresses of people who live near me, with the information about whether they voted in the last 2 elections. This is an effort to shame and pressure people about voting, and it is truly despicable. Your vote is private, you have a right not to vote, and anyone who tries to shame and an harass you about it is violating your privacy, and the assumption that I will become active in shaming and pressuring my neighbors is repugnant.

and this:

The surveillance effect! It’s important for people to know when political organizations, like the Greater Wisconsin Political Fund, are deliberately using a psychological manipulation that has been tested and studied. Please, get out the word that mailers like this are trying to mobilize…

this:

ADDED: In the Comments, The Drill SGT points to this article, from a couple days ago, in The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Hey, Here’s Who Your Neighbors Gave Money to. Sincerely, Harvard.”

and now this:

There’s a lot of desperation and maybe all the desperados went there at once. Well, this is the link, if it works. The article is called something like Legal Cloud Gathers Over Scott Walker, and it purports to have sources that say that Walker is the target of a criminal investigation.

and a last minute college “love child” accusation already adamantly denied by the woman in question when spoken to by an actual reporter

Why such last minute hail marys and some on the left are jumping all over? Perhaps because of this:

When I tweeted the photo above of the “Teamster for Walker,” several people responded that they too were Teamsters who would vote for Walker. The out-of-state union bosses will leave Wisconsin after Tuesday, but the residents will be left to repair relationships with their neighbors. Showing that this is a battle for all Wisconsin and that the dividing line is one between operatives and citizens, and not against union members, is step one to making Wisconsin that light on the hill.

And this isn’t even counting the arrest of a lone protester to protect a small crowd from pro-walker opinions.

I think the panic is really not unexpected, after all if you have Maureen Down crying for a change it can’t be good for DaLeft but it’s really more than this.

Normally a national party like the Democrat party would restrain things so far over the top that they threaten the brand but the big red wave of 2010 frightened them. When the folks went nuts in Madison last year the party and their friends in the media embraced it. When the occupod movement (a movement as organic as meat glue) raised their colors the Democrats and the Media were at their sides figuring this would be the thing that changed the equation.

With Wisconsin looking horrible and the National election starting to show signs of the cracks that have been obvious for a year the party has to go all in to keep 2012 from being a rout that shatters them on both a national and a state level.

The problem You can’t go “all in ” without the activists, and with the party as far left as it now is the activists are the people doing the very things that make the democrats unelectable.

The left acted in haste and will repent at leisure because they wouldn’t listen to me last October either here or at the Conservatory:

I keep expecting some elder statesman of the left to play Admiral Akbar, and shout to the Democrats who are jumping on the Occupy bandwagon: “It’s a trap!” But it looks like there aren’t any adults left to do so.

Now begs the question: Will the democrats be forced to stand by the side of the Kimberlins by the occupods? by the desperate folks at the Wisconsin Citizens media group, and how will they react if thrown under the bus?

A smart party would boot them soon and begin the rebuilding process but with a party built from different parts all wanting different things one can’t simply dump one part or another.

Normally I’d enjoy their trouble, but the more I see the more I’m convinced that Ladd Ehlinger is right, we haven’t seen anything near just how far these people will go in a last ditch effort to keep power.

I suspect it won’t be pretty or clean but it will be better then them actually keeping power.

Update: Patterico gives us the latest example of what the left does when …it thinks it’s winning:

After Aaron Walker went to court to get a peace order based on the site, Rauhauser sent me and others an email titled “Aaron Walker murder/suicide risk” that said, among other things:

Given Walker’s state of mind I would say his wife might find him hanging in the garage tonight when she gets home from work. Another possible outcome would be a two digit body count from some mosque in Virginia after Aaron goes full tilt Jared Loughner on the congregation. Someone who knows his wife or real world associates in Virginia should take steps to get him hospitalized before something grim happens.

My emphasis. Note the reference to Aaron’s wife. Bringing spouses into the harassment is a common tactic with this crowd.

and Stacy follows up:

Rauhauser (who has boasted of being armed with a Glock 9-mm pistol) was making ominous threats online, Kimberlin was pursuing a ruthlessly vindictive strategy of legal and workplace harassment against Walker, and when Walker tried to put a stop to it, Rauhauser suggested that Walker was contemplating some act of desperate violence.

Meanwhile in a Fitchburg far away Scott Walker reacts to all of this:

“This is an example of how incredibly desperate the opposition is,” Walker said. “It is sickening… I think this will backfire, and I think there are a lot of Democrats across the state that will say that this is what is exactly what is fundamentally wrong about politics in America today.”

“They are so desperate, they can’t stand by their record, they cannot stand by the issues , they have to make crap up that is fundamentally untrue, and I think this is why it’s going to turn,” Walker said. He added that because of the types of personal attacks he is receiving, voters are “not only likely to see us win, they’re likely to see us win by a large margin, because I think voters have had it — they’re disgusted and they’re ready to move on.” emphasis mine

This is the exact situation as the national election so expect this squared as the true scale of the Democrat party’s upcoming disaster becomes clear.

Update 2: Fixed a tag and via Ed Driscoll word is Washington is beginning to see it

it’s fair to say that Washington insiders are reading the tea leaves and increasingly preparing for a Romney victory — especially following Friday’s bad economic news. The danger for Obama is that in political campaigns perception can quickly become reality. If influential liberals such as Dowd suddenly have no problem saying Obama appears to be in over his head, pretty soon everyone will be pointing out the obvious. Thus far, Obama’s meteoric rise has been largely dependent on a press that went straight from beat sweeteners to beatification. If the press turns on the president, the Obama campaign may not know what to do.

I don’t think these people are just figuring it out, I think, they just figured they can’t hide it anymore.

Update 3: Time magazine has its “media credibility day

Walker has surfed a controversy of his own making to the center of the national stage. Fellow governors have flocked to Wisconsin to campaign alongside him, lashing their reputations to his. Mitt Romney called him a “hero.” In the final days before the June 5 recall election, he has shattered fundraising records, befuddled his opponents and pulled ahead in the polls. The referendum has transformed a rookie governor into a conservative superstar….

Meanwhile according to Time, Madison continues as it was

Every weekday since the bill was signed, opponents have gathered at the capitol at high noon for an hour-long protest. “No matter what happens, this doesn’t end here,” says Chris Reeder, 41.

But Walkers fans are unimpressed

“They can protest,” Wisconsin GOP spokesman Ben Sparks says of Walker’s opponents. “They’ve got us beat on that. But that’s about all they’ve got us beat on.”

Even as Time acknowledges what already exists the question comes: What do they mean by “it doesn’t end here” and will the Democrats go along for the: all protest (or worse) all the time.

Update 4: Stacy gives even more backstory on the Weinergate connection

There is widespread suspicion that Brett Kimberlin is behind the “BreitbartUnmasked” site, which has access to information that could only have come from Kimberlin, and which is fixated on Kimberlin’s enemies to the exclusion of nearly everything else.

As Stacy continues to channel his inner Donkey I suspect Kimberlin & Company are thinking of that famous line from Shrek:

Yeah, it’s getting him to shut up that’s the trick!

Stacy McCain ain’t shutting up anytime soon.

Update 5: Michelle is still fighting mad

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