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Dancing a Little Jig on Progressive’s Shattered Dreams

Original2 Wrote: Jun 10, 2012 9:21 AM
One of the reasons is unions can hire as many "union political workers" as they please, and all the wages and supporting costs (like busses from Chicago and hotel rooms in Madison) are considered private, inner-union workings and non-reportable. Only when the union writes an official check to the John Q Democrat Campaign is the money "counted" as a reportable campaign contribution. The unions cut checks for a couple million in cash directly to Barrett, but the bulk of their spending came in the form of the warm bodies for the protests in Madison, the recall signature drive (with all those unverified signatures) and Get Out the Vote stuff.. Never reported as political contributions at all.

What a week!

It won’t end up being a week where people ask you “Where were you when…” as you drink beers 20 years from now. But the recall election results in Wisconsin were like Christmas in June. There’s something about tears of disappointment from liberal progressives that makes my liberty-loving heart smile.

How awesome was that? And by awesome I mean hilarious. Any time you make a guy wearing a Boston Red Sox hat cry by voting against a Democrat union stooge it’s a good day. There was one bright spot for Leftists on election night…MSNBC,...

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