We are making an inappropraite commenter famous, and now you know his name

Last night, someone had the nerve of accusing the North Shore Exponent of having what this person called “a hard on towards Mike Tate.”  This person commented:

“Can you explain why you have such a hard-on for Mike Tate? You’ve managed to mention him in almost every single post written on this blog. What is your relationship with this guy?”

Excuse me, there is no hard on and not every post is on Mike Tate.  I have written on the blog since 2008.  The North Shore Exponent is holding Mike Tate accountable because no one in Wisconsin’s mainstream media is holding the most extreme left-wing Democrat Party leader in Wisconsin’s history to account.  Mike Tate so far has only offered cheap talk and when he has been asked to deliver, Tate engages in rude, vile conduct.   The Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chairman who may be the youngest in the nation at age 30 is sort of like Creigh Deeds of Virginia and Jon Corzine of New Jersey who are acting their shoe size rather than their age because they can’t win the fight on the issues.

Mike Tate’s rude and vile language before and after the Milwaukee Tea Party has proven he has embarrassed his state and the Democrats nationally.  Now as we are approaching the Virginia and New Jersey Governor’s elections two weeks from now, we are seeing the Democrats engage in vile conduct that is embarrassing the DNC as it was fair game to put Mike Tate in the same category as Creigh Deeds and Jon Corzine as national embarrassments.  Now, with the Milwaukee County budget battle at its height, Tate is trying to smear Scott Walker because his party does not have a message or a vision.  People across Wisconsin have rejected Tate’s dirty messaging when he was the leader of Fair Wisconsin during the 2006 marriage proposition in Wisconsin.  Now as the leader of a major political party, Tate has not learned his lesson from 2006 and now the voters next year will remember this and send a message that Wisconsin does not tolerate gutter politics.

Lastly, the North Shore Exponent is serving a purpose to hold accountable those who are not held accountable to the mainstream media.  Because the right is picking up on the blogs, many on the left will engage in conduct like what this person did to try to discredit hard work.  However, any person who makes inappropriate comments on this blog will have their comments publicly admonished and like John McCain said: “I will make ’em famous and you will all know their names.”

Kyle Maichle
The North Shore Exponent.

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19 Responses to We are making an inappropraite commenter famous, and now you know his name

  1. alexhiggins732 says:

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  2. blogger1 says:

    I dont know. Still seems like your a little obsessed with Mike Tate. Your constant bringing him up does seem rather personal.

  3. Zach W. says:

    Kyle, why exactly do you care if Mike Tate embarrasses Wisconsin’s Democrats? What’s more, a quick search of your blog turns up 90 blog entries that you mention Mike Tate, going back to October of 2008.

    You certainly seem to have an unhealthy fixation with Mike Tate.

    • Kyle Maichle says:

      Zach, you seem to not accept that right now Mike Tate’s comments after the Milwaukee Tea Party after when used the KKK reference is a fund-raising e-mail is the reason I am putting him in the latter with Creigh Deeds in Virginia and his shameful attacks towards Bob McDonnell. Second, the Journal-Sentinel wouldn’t report this incident so that is where bloggers come in. Third, you are just not used to center right bloggers using their blogs to hold accountable people in your party that are using rude and vile language and racial slurs towards Wisconsin’s taxpayers. The Tate KKK Reference and the Lee Holloway KKK reference are the reasons why your party is becoming an embarrassment to Wisconsin and to the DNC. Instead of you trying to accuse me of all these things, why not you hold your party accountablle in the mean team.

      • grumps says:

        [snip] you seem to not accept that right now Mike Tate’s comments after the Milwaukee Tea Party after when used the KKK reference is a fund-raising e-mail is the reason I am putting him in the latter with [snip]

        Dude, is that even in English? What do you and Steve talk about there at Blogger Camp?

      • Kyle Maichle says:

        What you are missing the point was that Reince Priebus the RPW (Republican Party Chairman) asked for Gov. Doyle at Lt. Gov. Lawton to call out on Tate’s conduct. It was picked up by 620 WTMJ radio, but JSOnline would not pick it up nor the drive by media in Madison.

        However, Lt. Gov. Lawton stood up for Tate’s vile conduct.

        Also, a lot of good things get talked about at bloggers conferences. The news when Jim Doyle is not running for a third term broke when Steve and I were in Pittsburgh for RightOnline 2009 which was across the street from the nerdy, lefty Netroots Conference. Besides, the conference was just by Heinz Field.

  4. Zach W. says:

    By the way….you said you’d make that commenter famous and we’d know his name.

    Well, what’s his name?

  5. Fred says:

    Kyle,

    Thank you for keepting a focus on Tate.

    Seeing as hyper-partisans like Zach here have no interest in the ethical standards of their own leadership it falls to others to shine the light of truth what the Democratic Party has become.

    • Kyle Maichle says:

      Thank you Fred. Mike Tate since his election has only got his mouth to fall on. I am making sure the DPW State Chairman is not going to get a free pass when his party is constantly involved in unethical actions. I have now made Zach and some of SE Wisconsin’s liberal elite bloggers nervous now. That’s what happens when I get trained at bloggers conferences across the nation and bring these tricks back to Wisconsin.

      Mike Tate who is big on social networking is not putting his mouth where is money is.

  6. Zach W. says:

    Fred knows a thing or two about hyper-partisans, and I hear he’s got some great jokes involving President Obama and watermelons. Ask him to tell you some jokes sometime; I’m sure you two can share a laugh.

    As for you making me nervous, you’ve not said a thing on this blog that makes me the least bit nervous. You’re a partisan, the same as me, but unlike you, I don’t have a fixation with one individual.

    • Kyle Maichle says:

      Zach, you are not used to conservatives using the Saul alinsky playbook as the old rule is pick a target and freeze it. I don’t go to conservative bloggers conferences across the nation for nothing. I go to them to be better. Steve Eggleston goes to some of the conferences I do.

  7. Fred says:

    Come on Zach you can do better than that.

  8. Zach W. says:

    Kyle, am I supposed to be impressed that you go to blogger conferences?

    And Fred, you’re right…I can do better, however I learned long ago you’re not worth wasting much effort on. The fact that you’re attacking me for being hyper-partisan is ironic, given the fact that you’re hardly any less partisan than I.

  9. Fred says:

    Ah Zach, as clueless as ever I see.

    You miss the point as usual.

    It is ok to be partisan.

    It is not ok to defend someone like Mike Tate in a leadership position.

    This is where the left has been losing it of late.

    You don’t give a damn about ethics, any cost it worth it. And your party leaving someone like Mike Tate in a position of leadership proves it.

    Keep it up though, the middle loves that kind of over the top rhetoric,

  10. Personally says:

    Personally, I don’t read this blog very often as I find it poorly written, in general, and seriously devoid of any legitimate news or educated commentary.

    That said, I do find Zach’s comments to be spot-on, as well as the observations of whoever it is you’re “calling out” in this post. It seems as though you mention Mike Tate more often on your blog than any other political figure or topic. Given all the major issues playing out on the local, state, and national stages, one would think you’d have a few things to say that don’t involve the Democratic Party Chair.

    But alas, you go to great pains to tie each and every issue to the Democrats’ Chairman, and never seem to let your nonsensical stretches of the facts get in the way of drawing lines.

    It’s odd, to be sure – and indicates a pretty serious personal connection and/or conflict of interest in your posts. A professional might even call it an unhealthy obsession.

    You may want to seek help.

    • Kyle Maichle says:

      I am going to call you out for this nonsensical comment. I am reporting the truth the sock-puppet media in Madison does not want to report on. I am also reporting on the Virginia and New Jersey Governor’s races as its a hot topic too, so therefore you are out of line man. You don’t give a damn about ethics in the DPW but Chicago-style corruption is rampant in Wisconsin in the party you think you support. I may get attacked for reporting news the hard way, but for you get a grip.

  11. the bystander says:

    It boggles the mind to consider how bad you must have been at blogging BEFORE you attended blogcamp!

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