Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Blogger Endorses Ron Johnson by Comparing him to George Washington

Talk about expectations ...

We already noted that a Brookfield blogger had endorsed Johnson before he even jumped into the race and now Kyle Prast is back with a new Hosanna:
I don't know Mr. Johnson personally, but I have spoken to him on the phone and emailed him a few times. I have found him to be thoughtful, measured, responsive, and conservative.

In some respects, he reminds me of our first President, George Washington. Like Washington, Johnson is not seeking to be a career politician. Instead he is answering a call to serve as a Citizen Legislator. Being a Citizen Legislator was one theme Johnson touched on in his speech at the Madison Tea Party in April.
George Washington? Let's try not to get carried away here, folks...

Also jumping on the endorsement wagon is the Maritime Sentry, a Green Bay area blogger known for cutting and pasting always lurid Catholic League press releases in between assorted vitriolic rantings. TMS urges all true conservatives to ante up:
Even though it has been well reported that Johnson can self-finance, this race affects us all; let's not selfishly sit on our wallets. Campaigns receive positive press on the amount of money that is donated to them and the number of volunteers they sign up. Let's flood his campaign with so many donations and volunteers that even the mainstream media has to report on it. All of us have been complaining we want true citizen representatives; in Johnson we have a chance to elect one.
Last, but certainly not least, Johnson won the endorsement of our favorite subliterate conservative blogger here at The Chief, Kyle Maichle.
Johnson can now expect grammatically challenged peons to his awesomeness, homoerotic viral videos that look like they were made by a 5th grader and unintelligibly worded hockey metaphors from someone who can barely create a sentence, much less a complex thought.

1 comment:

Jim said...

Kyle with the crush on Mike has some real gems up today: "Maybe you call us delusional because this is blunt and honest and refreshing. We may see that on your blog tomorrow."