Radio host Jay Weber interviewed Rep. Glenn Grothman about the upcoming congressional campaign. Grothman lamented that “… a lot of people don’t realize this is the toughest race of my political career.” Why? In his own words, Rep. Grothman admits he is a career politician. So, it’s all about him staying in the seat — our seat — until he decides he’s ready to retire… like Tom Petri. Rep. Grothman is concerned he has only $325,000 as of September, over a full year before the actual election? He’s upset his socialist, rich Democrat opponent has more money? So, everyone, forget about what your problems are; Glenn Grothman needs to get re-elected! There is only one reason Rep. Grothman, a savvy career politician, would deliberately advertise weakness: as a fundraising gimmick. He hopes to scare conservatives into sending him more cash. Rep. Grothman, running for office is not mandatory; there are other things you can do. Getting re-elected is your problem. Our problem is that despite your party being in the majority, they still can’t eliminate Obamacare, end the IRS or the tax on incomes, stop deficit spending, and end chain migration/sanctuary cities.
Andrew Zuelke, Ripon (Dodge/Fond du Lac Constitution Party Chairman)