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Topics: Jesus, Tax

Thursday, 14 October 2010

Madison, WI-- Ron Johnson who is the republican nominee for the senate seat currently held by Russ Feingold came out and made some bold statements.

"I believe Jesus is to blame for the large burden of Social Security, Medicare and taxes on the rich, because Jesus is the one that said what is Caesar's is Caesar's and that we should help the poor and needy." Ron Johnson said to reporters.

This isn't Ron Johnson's first statement that really showed his warped grasp of what is going on in this country, because in the past he blamed global warming on sunspots, blamed Jimmy Carter for this recession, and blamed government spending for not creating job, even though he took government money to expand his company. He did mention that unemployed people are lazy that are collecting unemployment checks.

"I think government that doesn't see the problem of helping the elderly and poor doesn't get the fact we can't afford to take care of all these people. It isn't my fault that I exploit my workers and leave them with nothing after they retire." Ron Johnson added later.

It seems that Ron Johnson is grasping for anything right now, and for a man that is ahead in the polls, well, he sure doesn't seem to think so. His opinions are just a little outside the box.

Russ Feingold couldn't stop laughing after heard Ron Johnson's comments had nothing to say about the subject.

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