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SCOTT WALKER; A Classless Exit

George Lujack

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On September 22, 2015, not long after signing the republican pledge to support the eventual 2016 GOP presidential nominee for president – which could very well be Donald Trump, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker bowed out of the GOP presidential race due to declining and dismal poll numbers. As Walker exited the republican presidential race, he said the following:

Today, I believe I am being called to lead by helping to clear the field in this race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field. With this in mind, I will suspend my campaign, immediately…
-Scott Walker, 09/22/2015

NEWSFLASH TO SCOTT WALKER: There already is a positive conservative message coming from the top of the field. It is a conservative message being stated with conviction, which is why Donald Trump has risen way above you, and the other candidates, to the top of the field and has remained there.

George Lujack serves as the Managing Editor for Cowger Nation. Lujack is an independent Messianic Minister, an opinionated conservative political and religious writer, and a retired NY City police officer.

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  1. Susan Wynalda

    September 23, 2015 8:12 pm at 8:12 pm

    George, this portrayal of Gov. Scott Walker is way over the line of decency for this site. I may not be able to continue being a contributor here if this is what Cowger Nation is going to stand for. Since you’re the managing editor why don’t you let me know how it’s going to be here. Soon!

    • George Lujack

      George Lujack

      September 23, 2015 8:51 pm at 8:51 pm

      Susan, I’m sure if this were a negative article and caricature of Donald Trump, you’d be perfectly fine with it. There is nothing indecent about the article or the illustration. Governor Walker is not naked or uttering any profanity in it. It is called ‘political satire’ and images such as this are made of all politicians all the time. I realize that you have some inner distaste for Donald Trump, and it is your right to have whatever view that you do, but please write about them in your own articles and don’t come onto my article’s comment section with feigned outrage over “decency.”

      • Susan Wynalda

        September 24, 2015 6:31 am at 6:31 am

        I write the truth without stooping to demeaning caricatures. Scott Walker is without a doubt a fine conservative governor, and your ridiculous image of him is beneath what I thought this site was standing for. Trump is what he is, and I have only ever written the truth about him. I will withdraw as a columnist on the Cowger Nation as of today.

        • George Lujack

          George Lujack

          September 24, 2015 1:27 pm at 1:27 pm

          Sorry to see you go Susan. I have a general respect for Gov. Scott Walker. He stood up to the unions that were bankrupting his state, but that seems as far as he was willing to go as a “conservative.”
          The negative caricature of him was a reflection of him at the moment, of his (IMO) classless exit from the 2016 GOP presidential race, taking a cheap shot at the current frontrunner on his way out. The illustration is political satire and it is a common thing for writer to use such illustrations to emphasize the points of their articles.

          • Dawn Sweet

            September 24, 2015 8:31 pm at 8:31 pm

            The “because everyone does it” argument does not in itself justify any act. It should be below us to stoop to these kinds of portrayals of anyone, regardless of how we feel about their decisions. Truth tellers rely on reason or logic, not silly insults. Be very wary of laughter at someone else’s expense…it that really who you want to be?

            • George Lujack

              George Lujack

              September 24, 2015 8:41 pm at 8:41 pm

              Ya know, Donald Trump made a good point when he said, “We don’t have time for political correctness.”
              This is America and political satirical illustrations are protected under free speech.
              So if you don’t like it, TOO BAD.

        • Josh

          October 3, 2015 5:08 am at 5:08 am

          Scott Walker is a liar. He SIGNED a pledge to support the GOP nominee. On his exit, he completely went against his signed pledge. As far as Mr. Trump, an American hero putting himself out there for president. The easy thing for a multi-billionaire to do, would keep what is his and watch the country go in the dumps. Trump has decided to do what our Founding Fathers wanted, to SERVE his country.

          By the way, guys like Walker should have a little respect, if Trump wanted to be vindictive, he could have run independent and DESTROYED the entire GOP.

          Walker is a pure liar, fraud on his signed pledge. Very clear.

  2. Paula

    September 23, 2015 8:30 pm at 8:30 pm

    I thought it was very well stated myself!

  3. Jackie

    September 24, 2015 10:44 am at 10:44 am

    I’m a conservative activist from Wisconsin, and you’re absolutely right about Walker. I’d add that not only did he make a classless exit, but that he’s a liar, a panderer, and a GOPe candidate who tries to portray himself as a conservative. He’s burned bridges here in Wisconsin, and I doubt he’d win a third term, the base here is so tired of his BS. He does have support, though, among his goons in the GOP machine here, who try above all else to suppress the voice and power of the rank-and-file in the party. The Walker GOP machine in Wisconsin is every bit as corrupt as the RNC national machine in DC.

  4. LuAnn VanBuskirk

    September 25, 2015 7:28 am at 7:28 am

    I find in this progressive day, a lack of class in upholding pristine principles of Godly Character of conservatism only by the very persons speaking out ‘liberally’ against them. For while pointing out the flaws of others, the one doing the pointing has lost respect. A particular person that I do admire with up most respect and admiration, is Susan. She is honest, forthright, and truthful. She is armored with style and class. A lady. She’s a leader who leads by serving. Perhaps propaganda, slander, and mud slinging may be your style George; and though it be humorous and prideful to some of your audience, it demeans you to the rest of us. I may suggest critiquing your delivery as a journalist so as not to sound like a buffoon. In our progression as a society, have we so digressed kind manners? A kind gentleman is to be respected by his hearers. Those of us hearing will listen to such a man. As we would a lady.

    • George Lujack

      George Lujack

      September 25, 2015 9:42 am at 9:42 am

      As Donald Trump would say, “I don’t have time for total political correctness.”
      As if I am the ONLY person speaking out against the republican conservative establishment!
      And you, LuAnn, do you prefer to maintain the status quo GOP establishment, who for a pretense campaigns to the conservative religious right, but once in office do not act and offer mere lip service to thwart the liberal godless agenda of liberal democrats?
      If every “conservative” republican acted like Ted Cruz, we would have stopped Obama. But instead of taking a stand against Obama, they funded Obamacare and did nothing at all to stop his other liberal initiatives.
      And then Susan asks you to come on here to defend her, and you want to limit my free speech as a political commenter / writer, to KIND WORDS ONLY?
      Sorry hon, kind words are not going to project any message at all, other than weakness.
      I have been truthful in this article and didn’t spread “propaganda and slander.”
      I am pretty sure Susan is a good woman with a high moral character, but a character flaw she obviously has is in her sensitivities and her judgmental attitude.
      And if you think Jesus only spoke kind words, I have news for you… He called people blind guides, vipers, den of vipers, hypocrites, and compared the scribes and Pharisees of his day to whitewashed tombs full of dead man’s bones and uncleanness, among other things.
      I am acting like Jesus in calling out conservatives who are acting inappropriately.
      And you LuAnn are a hypocrite as well, coming on here at the bequest of Susan, telling me to write only kind words, then calling me a buffoon in your comments.
      As for my audience, yes, it is substantial, but not because I merely sling mud, but because there is depth and substance to my articles and people appreciate that and learn something.
      I do not believe that Susan has written an article for Cowger Nation that has reached double digits in likes from the readers.
      Oh well, she’s gotta be her and I gotta be me.
      Scott Walker’s comments when getting out of the 2016 GOP race were a classless act. I stand by those words. It was “cheesy” of Walker to make such comments as he exited the race and the caricature of him as mouse among cheese, from his appropriate home state of Wisconsin, is fitting. If you think that is “slander, propaganda and mud slinging,” I guess your morality is just too superior to mine and my audience. So be it.

  5. David H.

    September 26, 2015 12:25 pm at 12:25 pm

    Susan,
    I have to agree with George, that this is tame compared to what I have seen out there, and you are over reacting. The Latest one I saw is Donald Trump depicted as a pile of feces, complete with flies buzzing around him. We are not Muslims here. We do not put death threats on people who do caricatures we disagree with.

    George,
    I have found that numbers of folllowers on social media do not matter. What matters is a post that touches the heart of the reader. Susan’s writings have that appeal. I am sorry to see that she is not going to post here. Follow the example of Scripture, when David tried to number his men. Or the example of Gideon and his army. Its not how many followers, but how committed those people are To the Lord. Jesus did the same, when he fed thousands, the numbers of his disciples grew. He then would say something controversial, like “I am the bread of Life…” and his numbers of followers would diminish, thus separating the wheat from the chaff. The closer you get to the will of God, the lower your numbers will get….Kind of counter intuitive but the world hates those who do the will of God. We are not in the world to win a popularity contest.

    God bless both of you.

    • George Lujack

      George Lujack

      September 28, 2015 12:09 pm at 12:09 pm

      Susan is free to post articles here if she wishes too. I was defending myself and my audience, not looking to demean her articles. So Susan, you might not agree with everything I or another writer posts here; good people have differences of opinion after all.
      So Susan, if you are reading this, I extend an olive branch to you and I hope that you reconsider and return and post your Christian-themed articles and other articles that you wish to write about.

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WATCH: Roy Moore releases statement, still not willing to give up on Alabama U.S. Senate race.

Caiden Cowger

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MONTGOMERY, AL — Judge Roy Moore is still not giving up on his Alabama senate race. The Republican candidate expressed on Wednesday that he is still waiting on the military ballots, to see if the election will be close enough for a recount.

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ROY MOORE, STANDING STRONG

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Despite repeated calls from Democrats, establishment Republicans, the mainstream media, and other leftist political operatives demanding Judge Roy Moore withdraw his nomination from the upcoming U.S. Senate election in Alabama, he has stood strong and has refused to step down. Moore’s refusal has his political opponents in a panicked frenzy not seen since the nomination and election of President Donald J. Trump.

What have Moore’s opponents accused him of? A crime? No. Moore is accused of initiating contact, termed “a sexual encounter,” with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32. Likewise, he is accused of similar such events as dating an assortment of 16, 17, and 19 year old women. DATING! That’s right, dating and with parental consent. Oh, but he may have “touched” or “kissed” one of them, so say his accusers! These events allegedly occurred 38-years ago, when Moore, now 70, was 32! Talk about due process and stretching the statute of limitations to new limits!

Moore, a former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, has vowed to stay in the race and has called many of the accusations against him “completely false.”

Even if these allegations were true, they are not crimes. The Alabama legal Age of Consent for sexual contact is 16 years old. Thirty-one states have set their age of consent at 16, the lowest age of consent in any state. Are we going to make up laws to lock up men, if while on a date with women, a man “inappropriately touches” a young woman, but she rejects his advances and he stops? Is this attempted rape according to feminists? Does the same standard apply if a woman touches a man’s chest or lap? Can this then be reported as unwanted “inappropriate touching,” which can irreparably destroy a man’s life going forward?

You may as well lock up all the men in the country and / or disqualify them from running from public office if making the slightest physical advance towards a woman, or the accusation of doing so, becomes an unforgivable crime. Oh, I suppose it is, but only if they are Christian-values Republicans. More, no pun intended, on that later…

Ivanka Trump told the Associated Press that she believes the stories of the women who have accused Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of pursuing them as teenagers. Ivanka said, “There’s a ‘special place’ in hell for people who prey on children,” regarding the Moore accusations, and further stated,”I’ve yet to see a valid explanation and I have no reason to doubt the victims’ accounts.”

Ivanka, darling, now that your daddy is president, I am sure it is your wish to be loved by the establishment who hate both you and your father. I’m sure you think a great way for you to do this is for you to join them in condemning Moore. Ivanka, speaking of your daddy President Donald J. Trump, did you know that the same kind of accusers vilified your father, but you asked us to trust you, because you knew your father loved women? Ivanka, did you know that your daddy Donald is 71, is on his third marriage, and his current wife Melania is 47-years-old and Donald Trump is 24 years older than her? Did you know the age difference between a 32-year-old man and a 16-year-old woman is 16-years, which is less of an age discrepancy than Donald and Melania have? Ivanka, did you know that your daddy Donald was caught on tape bragging about “grabbing women’s pussies?”

Ivanka, you claim that you see no reason to ever disbelieve a woman who accused Judge Roy Moore of sexual misconduct / inappropriate touching. Can you really be that dumb and naive? I have a viable reason and explanation for you. Politics. Lying liberal women used by Democrat operatives to bring down the candidacy of a Republican U.S. Senate candidate who they loathe, Judge Roy Moore.

The National Republican Committee and National Republican Senatorial Committee have pulled their financial support from Moore’s campaign. As the Republican establishment turned its back on Moore, the people have risen up and donations have poured in for Roy Moore. Many Senate Republicans have urged Moore to drop his bid, whether or not he is guilty of anything. Moore and his campaign have made it clear that this isn’t what he intends to do, and have questioned the legitimacy of his signature in his accusers’ high school yearbook. Moore has called the allegations fake news in an attempt to dismantle his campaign.

Democrat operatives love using forgeries, such as the seemingly obvious forgery of Roy Moore’s signature in his accuser’s yearbook. Liberals vehemently defend such forgeries, such as was the case with Obama’s forged birth certificate, then tactically vilify anyone who would question the authenticity of the forgery, as with Obama’s birth certificate, as a “birther.” In this case of Roy Moore, liberals rail against anyone who would question the integrity of young (now old) women who would never lie about allegations of sexual misconduct. Many on the political left have been quick to say that Moore’s young accusers (now old and some openly Democrat supporters) would never lie. The dangerous belief that young women would never fabricate a lie once led to the execution of 20 persons, five additional deaths, and hundreds of arrests and imprisonments in the Salem witch trials of Massachusetts in 1692-1693. Roy Moore is likewise facing a Washington establishment witch hunt.

Bill Clinton had oral sex performed on him by an intern during his presidency, but liberals and the mainstream media saw no reason to disqualify him and remove him from office. Republicans were roundly criticized for impeaching a sitting president, who not only took advantage of an impressionable young intern, but then lied under oath about it. Furthermore, the mainstream media routinely turned a deaf ear to the numerous groping and rape accusations made against Bill Clinton.

This brings us to the real reason Judge Roy Moore is under attack. No one cares about tales of Roy Moore dating, kissing, and touching legal aged young women. Moore is a Christian-values candidate who unashamedly governs and legislates according to his conscious and faith. He has stood against the U.S. Supreme Court, defending Alabama’s Constitution and laws against the imposition of gay marriage imposed upon the people of Alabama. The pro-homosexual establishment government and mainstream media, who are at war with traditional Judeo-Christian morality, will use any means necessary to try to destroy Roy Moore, an honorable candidate for U.S. Senate who stands for the values that they abhor, as they continue on their maddening self-destructive quest to transform America into a atheistic secular society, ridding the nation of all its Judeo-Christian values and foundations.

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The Lynching Of Judge Roy Moore– What The Heck Happened To Due Process?

Joe Dan Gorman

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40 year old allegations and no due process. What country is this?  And this is being allowed to impact the balance of OUR US Senate?

This is EXACTLY why DUE PROCESS -and not MOB JUSTICE- was put in the US Constitution by our Founding Fathers.

I’m not at all surprised by Swamp creatures – BUT SEAN HANNITY?  Shame on Sean for giving the Judge Moore a 24 hour ultimatum.
We cannot let them win.

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