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Scott Walker, An American Hero

Joshua170 Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 12:05 PM
A number of conservative writers here and elsewhere have indicated that they hope what happened in Wisconsin spreads to California. That would be great, but am I the only person who thinks it's naive and that they're jumping too far ahead? (I don't live in California.) Figure out how to elect a conservative Republican governor in California (not that I know how blue Wisconsin managed to do it), and then we should talk about bringing the public employee unions to heel there. The Californians had a chance to elect some sort of Republican governor (I mean Meg Whitman, of course), and chose to dig up a 1970s relic instead. This suggests that they're light-years away from wanting to save themselves in the first place...
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 12:19 PM
Ever hear of MIRACLES? That's how we managed it. Actually, the bluest part of my adopted state are the areas in and around MAD CITY and MIlwaukee. As long as I've lived here, having moved decades ago after my marriage to a WI native those two areas (and some other outlying cities/towns) have been where the cheating always can be counted on to go DemonRAT. Every so often my district has a brain phart and votes DemonRAT but within at least two cycles, sanity returns and they go Repub.
Maybe it's a blue state because of all the cow pharts that causes the insanity of voting DemonRAT state wide : ()
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 12:21 PM
I do believe in MIracles and me and mine look on this double win for Scott Walker as a blessing from God and an indication he is not done with the USA yet. We have only started, He's giving us another chance and we must be wise enough to stand with HIM if we want our Republic ( NOT A DEMOCRACY), back.
Joshua170 Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 12:08 PM
...and I have the impression that there aren't many Californians who might think the unions are out of control, because most such people have fled the state.

The battle is over for now, but the war has just begun. Scott Walker has responsibly and successfully led duly-elected officials in an historic effort to permanently change this nation’s course. You don’t need a PhD. in math to understand that our government is headed toward fiscal Armageddon, principally because elected officials have made reckless decisions and promises whose effects on future generations were never considered. At last, we now have a genuine hope to regain America’s future.

In 1958, New York Mayor Robert F. Wagner Jr. signed an executive order allowing the formation of public-employee unions. This was duplicated at...