Thursday, May 10, 2018

That sassy Leah Vukmir gets on board the scumbag train

Leah Vukmir stands by news release picturing Tammy Baldwin as member of 'Team Terrorists'.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 5/10/2018)

The first known use of 'scumbag', a dirty or despicable person as defined by Merriam Webster, occured in 1957.

Other coinages from the same year:
  1. bitchin'
  2. doggie bag
  3. dummy variable
  4. herky-jerky
  5. overkill
  6. raunch
  7. snakebit
  8. weaponize

Other Sassy Leah posts:
Actually, Sassy Leah Vukmir stands against freedom of speech and local control.  (4/3/2018)
As it turns out, that sassy Leah Vukmir is a bit of a wacko.  (3/20/2018)
UPDATE. Don't Know holds commanding lead in WI U.S. Senate GOP primary poll.  (3/6/2018)

UPDATE: Sassy Leah subscribes to Paul Ryan-endorsed plutocrat credo: Let the little people suffer.  (12/31/2017)
Sweet and sassy Leah Vukmir boards the Trump train too late.  (11/25/2017)
Lock them up again: Leah Vukmir wants to spend millions more on incarceration.  (11/19/2017)
UPDATE. Sorry, Leah, you'll be fundraising from now until at least August 2018.  (10/18/2017)
GOP legislator dubious about Scott Walker budget proposal to cut Elections Commission staff.  (3/29/2017)

Dear Mark, You need one of these. Best, Retiring Guy.  (5/19/2016)
Giddy over voter ID, Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield) is also a big fan of redistricting.  (5/17/2016)
Meet Wisconsin's version of the Freedom Caucus crazies.  (3/17/2016)

While Wisconsin residents demand safe drinking water, Sen. Vukmir and Rep. Kooyenga propose Iran business sanctions.  (11/16/2015)
State Senator Leah Vukmir picks Scott Walker's former running mate as her choice for President.  (10/24/2015)

ALEC tools Leah Vukmir and Alberta Darling go off the deep end.  (9/22/2014)
Reality sandwiched between two slices of Leah Vukmir white bread.  (9/15/2014)
Let's connect the dots from Leah Vukmir to the American Legislative Exchange Council.  (7/21/2014)
Leah Vukmir's rally line falls flat.  (3/7/2014)
What planet was Leah on yesterday?  (3/7/2014)

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