CORRECTION/UPDATE: I misread the story and attributed the "lunatic" agreement to Kleefisch, when it was actually Litjens. The description of Kleefisch stands.
Lest you think these people are going away, our LtGov and US Senator spent the eve of 9/11 stoking up the Tea Party at an Oshkosh rally:
Kleefisch garnered roars when she said Republicans were responsible for instituting concealed carry laws, photo ID voting requirements and a business-friendly environment to Wisconsin while [State Rep. Michelle] Litjens elicited laughs when she jokingly “thanked” President Barack Obama for uniting the Tea Party, and responded with a “you’re right” when an attendee shouted “he’s a lunatic!”
Gee, and we thought Kleefisch and Litjens (that's Kleefisch pictured, in her new mascara) were the lunatics. Go figure. (Ron Johnson is not smart enough to be a lunatic.)
Johnson, who made his political debut at a Tea Party rally, was back for more.
“First of all, we haven’t solved the problems yet, we’ve barely begun addressing the problems, quite honestly,” said Johnson, R-Oshkosh. “I’m glad the level of enthusiasm continues to be high. This isn’t just a flash in the pan type of movement, these are people out here that love this country, realize we’re bankrupting it, and are willing to step up to the plate and get involved.”