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GOP Whistling Past the End of America

Chuck Martel Wrote: May 31, 2012 12:58 PM
Anyone from Wisconsin who can report on the general feeling on the ground there?
Susanswerphone Wrote: May 31, 2012 1:48 PM
Reporting from Wisconsin: We are cautiously optimistic about keeping Gov Walker. Almost all of the noise is coming from the opposition. The rest of us are easily identifyable by our quiet resolution. A perfect example would be the front page of today's local paper: a picture of people holding recall signs, mouths open, teeth showing, arms waving and, opposite that, a picture of people holding "Stand With Walker" signs, mouths closed, eyes focused, chins firm.
We will stand at the bullwarks letting the chaos wash over us until we can vote our duly elected Governor into office again on June 05.
shubi_ Wrote: May 31, 2012 1:06 PM
WI is a lot like IL. Madison and Milwaukee are where most of the commies reside.
My relatives who live in a conservative area are fairly confident Walker will be retained by a large margin.
Georgetwin now residing in PA Wrote: May 31, 2012 1:00 PM
The DNC pulled out last week:

An election almost as important as the presidential election will be held next Tuesday, and conservatives aren't making a big deal of it, just as they didn't make a fuss over the 2008 Minnesota Senate election as Al Franken stole it from under their noses. (Gov. Tim Pawlenty: "Minnesota has a reputation for clean and fair and good elections. We've got 4,100 precincts run by volunteers. They do a good job, and we thank them.")

The public sector unions are trying to oust Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker from office for impinging on their princely, taxpayer-supported lifestyles. If Walker goes down, no...